About the ship wars on this fandom (ღ˘⌣˘ღ) ♫・*:.。. .。.:*・

Seriously guys, why don’t you just use your energy and love to create content to your OWN ship(s) and characters you like instead of using it to HATE and talk shit about the others??!!! Please??!! Thank you!!!??

I’m not sure what’s going on here. I basically drew this for no apparent reason.


Two very different kind of evil.


NEW VIDEO: “Who Is My OTP?! - as always, I’m stalking people who reblog… if you ship the OTP I talk about in the video, reblog! ;]


sooo thanks to reading heartstrings by @taylordraws i was up til 3am doodling this garbage. god help my lost soul.

also i’d been talking to @littleblackchat all day about it and she was designing up what she imagined Mari’s dress from chapter 3 looked like, and I doodled this version based on her descriptions and early doodles of it xD so it’s a little different from the one she posted. Also I pointed out that the keyhole in the dress was perfect for Adrien in that scene, since he put his hand there and gyid7573943778hsjdfj IMAGINE IT GUYS imagine it


Hunk, you big, gassy genius!


#the writers really could not have been more CLEAR#as to what kind of man emma deserves and will end up with#killian is everything neal never was and of course never will be##so as an emma fan i am forever grateful she has killian#he’s so good for her and TO her#everything she needs#and deserves in her life


“To me, Troyler has never been about a romantic relationship - just an amazing friendship that I feel lucky to be in, and lucky to be able to share with all of you.” - Tyler Oakley

“I think we’re in a really really good place now, which is we are as in on it as our audience are. So regardless of how real Troyler is, it’s fun and we’re all enjoying it one-hundred percent. And I love Tyler. I really really genuinely do. He’s an amazing, amazing, amazing person, and I couldn’t be happier to have him a part of my online existence.” - Troye Sivan

Please. For the love of god, do not make Allison’s death about her ships.

  • Mourn the girl that called her mom on the first day of school after moving to a new town.
  • Mourn the girl that was so nervous, she didn’t have a pen to write with.
  • Mourn the girl that wouldn’t let her curiosity about her family history waver in the face of being stonewalled by her father.
  • Mourn the girl that wanted to be strong and go to prom.
  • Mourn the girl that wanted to feel powerful.
  • Mourn the girl that watched her aunt die and responded by setting her aunt’s killer on fire with her arrows.
  • Mourn the girl that cut her way out of the ropes that bound her put there by her own father.
  • Mourn the girl that wanted to save her friend against the forces determined to kill him.
  • Mourn the girl who’s family code killed her mother.
  • Mourn the girl who’s grandfather used that code to manipulate her.
  • Mourn the girl who was emotionally manipulated and used as a bargaining chip for her grandfather’s selfish needs.
  • Mourn the girl that couldn’t thread the needle.
  • Mourn the girl that found the strength to thread it after all.
  • Mourn the girl that invited darkness into her heart to save her family.
  • Mourn the girl that became the leader of her family and immediately decided to change their code.
  • Mourn the girl who wanted to protect those who couldn’t protect themselves.
  • Mourn the woman who died a hero.

Mourn Allison Argent, the woman, not Allison Argent, ½ of a ship.