galaxy eyes and kinder surprise
whitepeoplefoundyourblogand:

whendaybreaks:

69machine:

starkinglyhandsome:

marioshinobi:

Oh wow, he actually glanced at her cleavage.
Good job, Nintendo.

this scene makes me laugh every single time

Link is the most precious baby

can you really blame him
the poor boy turned around and the first thing at his eye level was boobs

i always forget link is like, literally shorter than 80% of all the other people in the game

whitepeoplefoundyourblogand:

whendaybreaks:

69machine:

starkinglyhandsome:

marioshinobi:

Oh wow, he actually glanced at her cleavage.

Good job, Nintendo.

this scene makes me laugh every single time

Link is the most precious baby

can you really blame him

the poor boy turned around and the first thing at his eye level was boobs

i always forget link is like, literally shorter than 80% of all the other people in the game

meggannn:

sometimes i think i can write but then i see what other people write and

image

theworldendswith-you:

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tastyrepulsorboots:

devils-trap:

dear new trek fans,

a little bird told me you’re thinking about getting into star trek! great, that’s absolutely fantastic! no matter if you’re interested because a friend recommended it, or because the xii teaser trailer interested you, or, hell, you just like science fiction-y things.

you don’t actually need a reason to want to watch star trek!

nor do you have to be the biggest buff around, or even watch all the spin-offs. contrary to popular belief, you can be a star trek fan without ever watching any of the original trek shows and movies! you can just watch the reboots! or just watch the older ones! the newer ones! WATCH WHATEVER YOU WANT!

not a fan of over-dramatics and flawless blonde hair?
try watching tng! don’t like earl gray tea?

try ds9!

IT DOESN’T MATTER, THE WORLD IS YOUR OYSTER!!!!!

you can ship whatever you want, or nothing at all! you can read all the fan fiction you can get your greedy little hands on, or completely stay out of fandom! dislike some of the episodes in tos? dislike a popular pairing?

don’t be a dick about it and we’re all cool!

THE ONLY “RIGHT” WAY TO BE A TREK FAN IS TO BE A TREK FAN

bless u in your endeavors, live long and prosper (✿◡‿◡)

#p.s. and if someone tells you there’s a right way to be a fan #and their ‘right way’ isn’t to just like star trek #decline their acceptance into the vulcan science academy and sass them with your brows

spiffings:

so i said

romeo save me

i’ve been feeling so alone

i’m not kidding my dad is an abusive fucklord and my mother is powerless against her and the relationship between tybalt and i was never truly established as being either good or bad in the play but in any case i’m a prisoner here and i don’t want to marry paris at all and i just think that you and i could make a better couple because we compliment each other and i don’t care if we have to run i will run and i will bleed to get away from this awful place no one cares about me everyone wants me to conform to society’s expectations of what a woman should be and i don’t want to i want to be myself oh god i can’t do this anymore please romeo just take me away from here i am a strong female character and i know that in the future ninth graders will read this story and write me off as an idiot but they understand nothing ok please please i am living in the bloodsoaked nightmarish hellscape known as verona from which there is no escape save me please i hate this i hate my life i hate my life i hate my life

it’s a love story baby just say yes

welcometowonderland:

1116

I play the keyboard in a band called The Internet

adventuresofcomicbookgirl:

There’s a lot I really liked about the scene with Scar. As I’ve said before, it was the first indication to me that FMA was going to be more than the standard story for me, and it was mostly because Ed’s reaction to the whole thing was far more realistic than most shonen manga protags, or indeed adventure heroes in general.
Ed had spent most of the time in the manga up until then not really showing any fear, acting like the typical shonen hero- completely okay with danger and unafraid of dying- not really showing any childlike vulnerability in the face of doom.
But then Scar comes along. And Ed is completely terrified. He has never been confronted by someone who wants to kill him before and the manga emphasizes this instead of glossing over it. It’s not something he instantly adjusts to. He goes into shock. He doesn’t understand what’s happening. He freezes up in a very realistic matter. All he can think is “this is bad. I’m going to die. this is bad” He’s overwhelmed so completely that it takes a loud noise to jolt him into running. The manga instantly reminds you this is a fifteen year old kid. He may act tough, but he is young and he is scared and he’s not at all ready to deal with a situation like this.
And then there’s touches like the fact that once Ed loses his arm, his center of gravity is thrown off balance. He forgets he can’t use it, and he’s unable to really adjust in time to scramble backwards without it, so he ends up falling. Most works would forget details like that, but instead the detail is used really effectively, driving in how disoriented and helpless Ed is. 
And then we had stuff like Al calling Ed out for trying to sacrifice himself and Riza being awesome I knew this was going to be something interesting for me.

adventuresofcomicbookgirl:

There’s a lot I really liked about the scene with Scar. As I’ve said before, it was the first indication to me that FMA was going to be more than the standard story for me, and it was mostly because Ed’s reaction to the whole thing was far more realistic than most shonen manga protags, or indeed adventure heroes in general.

Ed had spent most of the time in the manga up until then not really showing any fear, acting like the typical shonen hero- completely okay with danger and unafraid of dying- not really showing any childlike vulnerability in the face of doom.

But then Scar comes along. And Ed is completely terrified. He has never been confronted by someone who wants to kill him before and the manga emphasizes this instead of glossing over it. It’s not something he instantly adjusts to. He goes into shock. He doesn’t understand what’s happening. He freezes up in a very realistic matter. All he can think is “this is bad. I’m going to die. this is bad” He’s overwhelmed so completely that it takes a loud noise to jolt him into running. The manga instantly reminds you this is a fifteen year old kid. He may act tough, but he is young and he is scared and he’s not at all ready to deal with a situation like this.

And then there’s touches like the fact that once Ed loses his arm, his center of gravity is thrown off balance. He forgets he can’t use it, and he’s unable to really adjust in time to scramble backwards without it, so he ends up falling. Most works would forget details like that, but instead the detail is used really effectively, driving in how disoriented and helpless Ed is. 

And then we had stuff like Al calling Ed out for trying to sacrifice himself and Riza being awesome I knew this was going to be something interesting for me.

ky-lan:

You are my Senpai

My only senpai

You give me dokis

And shades of grey

You’ll never notice me

But I still love you

You’re sugoi, kawaii desu ne