Mrs Pettyfer

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floatinggoathead:

freemindfreebody:

swift-as-the-coursing-river:

jimcavill:

Because a man has to be a sociopath to love a woman with cellulite. Fuck this world. 

If all residents of hell look like Scarlett Johansson, I renounce my atheism and take up Satanism

whoever wrote this needs to be punched. a lot.

breaking news: man somehow isn’t repulsed at the sight of his beautiful, talented girlfriend because she has a bumpy texture on a bit of her legs

floatinggoathead:

freemindfreebody:

swift-as-the-coursing-river:

jimcavill:

Because a man has to be a sociopath to love a woman with cellulite. 
Fuck this world. 

If all residents of hell look like Scarlett Johansson, I renounce my atheism and take up Satanism

whoever wrote this needs to be punched. a lot.

breaking news: man somehow isn’t repulsed at the sight of his beautiful, talented girlfriend because she has a bumpy texture on a bit of her legs

(via loveschocolatefrogs)

baelor:

janet laying down the law

Lol okay Janet in the second gif: SHUT UP DAVID OMG SPOILER ALERT. Literally that’s what her face says to me.

Janet is so diplomatic and David is like screw it.

Anonymous asked: Why do you not like Allison and Scott as a pairing?

I didn’t care for the dynamics of Allison and Scott in general. And frankly, Scott got on my nerves in how he behaved regarding his feelings for Allison. It was a bit too..like he had Allison goggles on all the time.

I prefer Scott/Kira and Allison/Isaac in how these relationships were written and developed.

what-thehale:

i’m just having a lot of allison argent feels right now 

Like I’m still not over it.

Makorra next book

I think Korra will snap out of her depression on her own, but I think Mako might be the one that pushes her to it. 

I’ve been thinking about how he might act around her new behavior and I’ve concluded one of three things: 1) complete avoidance, where he buries himself in work because he can’t stand seeing her so broken. 2) Soft and gentle, bringing her soup and taking care of her. Or 3) Give her tough love, be the one person who doesn’t coddle her and pushes her forward.

He might do all three of these things, actually. Possibly in that order. Mako and Korra are known to have a very push-pull relationship, and he’s not afraid to argue with her or push her. But he’s also very loving and supportive of her, too. “Korra needs more tea!” lol

I’m interested to see how he handles it though. I can see it going all three ways.

Anonymous asked: So you think mako did care at the end right even though he didn't show it like usual?

Of course. I don’t think there’s any debate over that. We KNOW Mako cares and loves Korra. I don’t think it’s about Mako not caring—I just think they didn’t draw the scene very accurately.

I said it in an earlier post, but it IS possible to make the scene about Korra and Tonraq AND have Mako appear in character. 

Mako didn’t have to throw Tonraq out of the way or hold her in his arms. He could run forward and then stop himself, showing he’s trying to give Tonraq and Korra space. He could run and kneel on Korra’s other side.

Those two actions, to me, would have been more in character than having him stand back completely. And neither action would take away from Korra and Tonraq’s moment. 

That’s only part of the problem though. There’s also his facial reaction, which they also (in my opinion) could have drawn more consistently in terms of facial reactions we’ve seen of Mako when he’s worried over Korra. It’s not that it doesn’t convey worry; it just looks much more..subdued than usual.

I know it’s not my place to say the scene was slightly out of character, but to me it appeared that way, far more than Mako not showing enough care/acting just right.