My name is Marie. I love writing poetry, and thinking introspectively about fictional characters' lives. Some things to know about me: KuroFai is my OTP. I love Hayao Miyazaki movies. Spirited Away is my favorite movie. My favorite book is Pride and Prejudice. My favorite songs are Pieces by Red, Gravity by Sara Bareilles and Deathbed by Relient K.
Currently, I am watching No.6 and Ouran High School Host Club and reading Cat's Cradle and The Restaurant at the End of the Universe. : )

hynori:

When you find good merchandise of your favorite series

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and then you look at the price

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cyberunfamous:

trillow:

how much do islands cost i want one

Less than a college education

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magnacarterholygrail:

my personal style is called “i don’t have the money for my preferred aesthetic”

shingen012:

Popping someone’s bubble of ignorance and forcing them to deal with reality.

shingen012:

Popping someone’s bubble of ignorance and forcing them to deal with reality.

(Source: 90s90s90s)

thesylverlining:

Can I just say how cool it was that both of these superheroines’ personalities and powers were explored in this episode? And how well it was done?

Starfire was not shamed for being emotional. Her powers come from her emotions.

Raven was not shamed for suppressing her emotions. Her power requires amazing control.

They both. Work. They are both different kinds of strength, and they are both heroic and powerful and good. And they each learned from the other, and helped each other out by seeing from each others’ perspective, and finding the value in their differing approaches! Wow!

Fuck yes, this is how you write super-ladies, okay. There’s more than one way to be a “strong female character.” There’s all different kinds of strength. Why don’t more people GET this?

(Source: titans-tower)