anyway i’m a huge fan of how bittersweet candy bowl deconstructs the tsundere trope
i feel so bad for my prof for forcing her to read anime meta …. i haven’t even gone into actual analysis and it’s already so much ajsbsnsn like i ? could have done drawing for this but tbh that would suck the fun out of it i’d much rather write
……. i have Thoughts. on the nat and adam dynamic.
My genuine, abject hatred for 90% of the CW vs. my sadness over Black Lightning being cancelled on fucking TWITTER vs. my extremely conflicted feelings on this whole Destiel mess vs. my, admittedly petty, hatred of the Vampire-Diaries verse vs. my never-ending love of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend which legit salvaged my entire mess of a life, FIGHT.
ne/xpo hinting at possibly covering catastrophe crow/crow 64 soon…………you love to see it
Okay gonna read more of my country music book so I can argue with both the shitty classist leftists who have never actually listened to the genre and know nothing abt its radical history AND with the no true Scotsman ‘being a redneck is woke actually’ leftists who flat out deny that racism, sexism, homophobia, xenophobia, etc. IS part of redneck culture now and the popular political views HAVE changed since the dust bowl migration.
Isn’t as innocent as people like to believe. He has a bad temper problem and had to go to anger management therapy.
Does that mean he’s perfect at controlling his anger? No. Yeah, he channels it into protective instinct, but he still has the anger and it can still come out even without the boys involved. Ik it’s not his fault he has a temper problem but again, its still there.
He can also be a lil overprotective too, not to the extent of Beakley (with how Webby had never left the mansion all her life), but definitely overprotective, which again while it’s understandable, it can also be a problem. I mean Beakley’s is understandable since it’s implied she lost someone she loved too and that webby is the light of her life, but people tend to overlook that and just call her a bad parent.
Being overprotective to a bad degree doesn’t make you a bad parent, it just makes you human - someone who makes mistakes, even as a parent.
So Donald isn’t as innocent as people make out, nor is he the perfect parent to the triplets.
He’s a good dad with a good heart, and he was broken up by losing his sister, and doesn’t wanna lose more. But he isn’t the ‘innocent angel twin’ or ‘perfect dad’ that the fandom likes to believe either.
you know what, I think the November 5th hysteria was the best thing that has happened to me in a long time because my god ???? it unlocked something in my brain and kicked it into gear and I’ve actually gotten so much shit done for my thesis and my buddies my pals I am Shooketh at the progress I’ve made
I would like to officially warn u all that i fully intend on regressing to my Clownsona for one night when the supernatural finale airs.
This blog began as a spn blog so it is only right i see it through yknow
Erets stream though…
I watched erets vod because i was skimming for that dream content, and jeez, the scene in the throne room? That was intense. You could feel the tension while dream was speaking
Dream casually diminishing erets power, picking apart his character and reminding him of his place in the smp, in dreams smp. The phrasing, the ultimatum, basically backing eret into a corner saying ‘you have no power without me, isnt that right? So you wouldnt want to cross me, right?’.
God, even the visual of eret, decked out in his armour, in a castle that he built, upon his throne and wearing a crown, being belittled and spoken down to by someone looking up at him
Like honestly, if you say dream cant roleplay, whats wrong with you?
i know it’s been a few hours since i made the posts but i think what i was trying to say on some level was like, let kids be angry at a public education system which p often aims to turn them into docile workers and citizens with an unquestioning obedience to authority. don’t sit on your high horse post-public education and tell them all the wonderful independent thinking they’re ‘actually’ learning, when you are not in the classroom with them, you do not know what kind of teachers they have or what kind of things they are in fact being taught. let them have anger and criticism of authority figures who they see as too controlling of, quite literally, their personal thoughts and interpretations of things like literature, bcos honestly the ability to even think criticism towards an authority figure was one of the most important lessons i ever learned, and it was not part of the standard curriculum in my high school.
why are we here? to suffer? every tma thursday i have to restrain myself from being a pretentious english major towards the tma fandom
wait ok I reblogged this post the other day and tagged it with something like “it’s moments like these that make me wonder about zuko’s perception of his uncle” and after turning it over in my head for a bit i still can’t come to a solid conclusion
because zuko clearly loves iroh, of course he does and for good reason. but also we never really see him reconcile with the fact that iroh was also a highly competent and revered general with a renowned military career who perpetuated the very same imperialistic regime that the two of them end up on the run from for the bulk of season 2 and ultimately turn against/ work to dismantle in season 3. in the post I linked above zuko explicitly mentions his uncle when sokka comments how “war seems to run in the family” in the context that Iroh’s not like that- and yet to us as the audience he undeniably is