i just really want a story about a supervillain family where the supervillain dad is so proud of both of his daughters even though one grows up to be a superhero and he encourages them both to do what they want to do and when he runs into his superhero daughter while he’s on a crime spree he’s all like “oh hun you did such a good job foiling my evil plans today!! are you gonna come visit me in solitary? tell your mother not to forget to buy milk!”
Mostly Teen Wolf, Percy Jackson and The Avengers;
with Doctor Who, Sherlock, Supernatural, and Merlin on the side! Slytherin and Erudite.
Currently Watching: Star Trek Movies
Currently reading: TMI, City of Lost Souls
Call me Niaz!
what if augustus and hazel’s couple quote was “Aight? Aight.”
i fell in love the way u fall asleep. slow then mad quick u feel
If lesbian Irene can fall for Sherlock
Why can’t hetero John fall for Sherlock?
that’s essentially what irene says in their scene in a scandal in belgravia, and the main reason why it’s one of my favorites in the series. ”if anyone out there still cares, i’m not actually gay.” “well i am. look at us both.”
and John’s immediate reaction to her statement
This fucking show.
What if…Frozen Theory
What if Hans still loves Anna?
What if when they trolls said “Get the fiancee out of the way” they meant it?
What if they cast a spell on Hans that replaced his feelings for her with greed?
What if Hans is stuck inside his own mind, screaming and crying, because the love of his life is slipping through his fingers, by his own hand?
What if the open door never closed?
He’s very talented. He’s charming.He mirrors everyone. And actually, the original story had a lot to do with mirrors, and in many iterations of the story we’d talk about mirrors and we’d bring them up and so I held on a little to that.
And he’s goofy with [Anna], he’s a little more bold and aggressive with the Duke, ‘cause the Duke’s a jerk so he’s a jerk back, and then, with Elsa he’s a hero.
What Hans is is a mirror, charming, but hollower, sociopathic. [Anna’s] so lonely, that it’s like she’s falling in love with her reflection in the pond. (x)
It’s important to note that in the original story the main “antagonist” (or really the thing that fucked shit up) was an evil mirror that froze people’s hearts
Benedict Cumberbatch (on a radio station in Toronto.)
"I’m surrounded by you."
I think that that journey was tough for Nico, being surrounded by water… surrounded by Percy…
Guess who tought it’d be a nice idea to do a "proper" paint ‘cause it’s been a while since I didn’t do this kind of drawing.
I even recorded it to you!
*I choose Changes and Let me be Myself to put in the video because I can hear Nico’s feelings while listening them……..
I made myself sad again D:
**There are five constellations in the sky: Ursa Major, Perseus, Hydra, Corvus and The Hunter (Zoë Nightshade); can you find them?
it’s so cute when you talk to someone a lot and you notice your phrases slowly slipping into their vocabulary
Elsa, the Pizza Queen
not pizza hut or papa joe’s
my pizzas are for the pros
i don’t care
what they’re going to pay
let the customers in
cheap tuesdays never bothered me anyway
I did not mean for this to go this far….
Walt Disney Pictures presents: Baked
re-think that title
I AM SO THROUGH WITH THIS FANDOM
I CRIED STOP
THEY LOOK LIKE PARENTS AND CHILDREN SHIT A+ CASTING
– I know you’re in there, Elsa.
– Go away, Anna.
holy i just thought of a really sad headcanon for frozen
so obv when Elsa is locked up in the dungeon you can see that she has cuffs covering her entire hands. it wouldn’t make any sense to put a normal, non-magic wielding person in cuffs like that and i don’t think it would have been possible to have a blacksmith fashion the cuffs in the, what, day or so that Hans went to go retrieve Elsa?? in fact, it looks like this entire dungeon area was specifically catered to holding Elsa. and it honestly seems like Hans couldn’t have had them fashioned anyway without a moral outcry from Arendelle considering at the time she hadn’t actually committed a crime yet, and there was still the possibility of them peacefully bringing Elsa back and having her change everything.
so what i’m saying is
what if her parents had that dungeon and cuffs fashioned specifically for the chance that Elsa went rogue? what if they eventually had the full intention of locking up their daughter?
reading this my face slowly twisted up in horror as i said ‘oh. oh. oh' out loud with steadily rising distress
I have the feeling that the king and queen actually feared their daughter at some point. When we first saw them barging into the hall, you can tell that they’re mad at Elsa and blame her instead of going “It’s okay, everything’s fine, it’s not your fault, you didn’t meant it,” like the majority of most Disney parents do. Like, they could just tell their kingdom that their daughter have ice powers so they could understand better instead of hiding her from the world like a monster. It’s like being Rapunzel locked up in the tower for being a menace, being gifted, being DIFFERENT, being more powerful than any of them combined. That’s why we didn’t really feel the loss of her parents and why Rapunzel’s parents managed to tear our hearts apart without saying a word. I think, from what I’ve seen, that they actually didn’t love Elsa FULLY. Besides, I think the King and Queen did this on purpose after knowing some part of what might happen in the future, should Elsa’s powers grow out of control. They love their daughter, but also fear her at the same time.
and maybe thats why elsa never felt true love which is why she could never control her power
Yes, exactly! The only act of true love is from Anna because she’s the only one who looks highly of Elsa and loves her for who she is. She LOVES Elsa’s gift and thinks it’s cool, not dangerous. Even with her memories of the magic taken away, she wasn’t afraid of her sister after what happened at the ball. You know how people always say that you can’t lock yourself in the past and move forward? I think that’s what Elsa did. There’s one other thing that I noticed too, is that her father taught her don’t let them in, don’t let them see, be the good girl you always HAVE to be. Treatment and expectations like that can really effect someone to always act perfect and proper, to make the best impression in front of everyone but had been taught that being herself, using her powers is considered a bad thing, which automatically made her a BAD person. Even from childhood she’s afraid to truly be herself and thinks that she’s cursed. She can’t thaw her frozen heart because she never saw a reason to love herself.
Yo but I got mad douchebag vibes from her parents. At the beginning they rush in putting all the blame on Elsa when (if they had taken the time to ask) it was due to Anna’s excitable ness that the accident happened. They race off to see the trolls and for all we know it’s to rid Elsa of her gifts or at the very least take Anna’s memories, as is done in the movie. All obviously planned out by the maps and various diagrams they have. The thing that troubles me most is when the GrandPapi troll asks “born with or cursed?” He hesitates. The dad hesitates as if he doesn’t know. It’s obvious it’s not to protect Elsa or a lapse in memory but (I think) because he views it so much as a curse (views Elsa adopts, evident in the “First time in forever reprise”) that he doesn’t think of it as part of her but rather something that is making her a monster and has no positive use or aspects.
Thanks, guys, I didn’t need my heart anyway.
I have a feeling Elsa and Kristoff ended up being such bros. They’d bond over ice and being realists and sass machines.