Devoted to May and Clemont
He had been insisting he was my husband, I’ve been convincing him we weren’t married he wasn’t listening. He was too clingy. Everyone were like haha yeah.
He even fought with another kid because the other also wanted to be my husband. 
And now he’s acting like he doesn’t care about me, what a husband XD

He had been insisting he was my husband, I’ve been convincing him we weren’t married he wasn’t listening. He was too clingy. Everyone were like haha yeah.
He even fought with another kid because the other also wanted to be my husband.
And now he’s acting like he doesn’t care about me, what a husband XD

The BackstabbingShipping VS KittyShipping wars will tear the Haruka Draws AU Fandom apart.

kittastica:

purimpopoie:

madamepika:

purimpopoie:

dracoflarex:

purimpopoie:

madamepika:

strongly agree | agree | neutral | disagree | strongly disagree

I suppose that’s enough for me.  You’ve outlived your usefulness though.

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Well, it’s backstabbingshipping. What else would you expect.

I thought what we had was real…

Now I just feel like a real jerk…

Maybe you should.

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Wait does that mean BackstabbingShipping is over? Is it my fault?
PLEASE NO

Don’t be sorry, be proud. Bless you!

My real life husband doesn’t recognize my existence anymore.

gallifreyanconsultingdetective:

dianeraeb:

siriuus:

do action movies know they can have more than one female character

Someone should make an action movie with all girls except for one guy and have no explanation or mention of it in the movie and then pay all of the actors to act surprised like they’d never noticed when they get the inevitable storm of questions. 

This one male must have a shower scene, be saved by the protagonist at least once, and fall in love with a lead female.

Top 5 Villainous deeds, you have done.

madamepika:

1. Spreading Art Block and hitting Haruka (Temporally)  It’s not that hard either: creativity is sorely under rated despite the fact thinking outside the box is prized so much in doctors and CEOs.  In fact some school systems are still grasping at my ideas like staving mice clinging to cheese.

2. Stealing Haruka’s Side Kick.  Maybe not as useful a deed as I once had thought and I’m beginning to wonder if it’ll live up to it’s potential.

3. Convincing the Tumblr staff to NEVER update their video player.  Yep, that was me.  Everything I see a rant about it it’s music to my ears, well eyes… like seeing sheet music… not really… more like seeing Mary Blair style paintings but in real life.

4. On the note, you know ‘we heart it’… wha ha ha!

5. Stealing Haruka’s Spaghetti.  I didn’t think it would be worth it but I was kind of peckish and the only other option was the supermarket and urgh, that would simply not do for a villain of style like myself.  Her reaction though, sheet music to my eyes.

:/

Everytime I go shopping, I just end up buying a cute cup and a perfume.

nickiminajvevo:

gettin outta school on the last day like

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puellamagimickiemagica:

Everyone in the fandom gives Armin flack for crying all the time but you know who cries way more?

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Eren.

Most of the hate that Serena gets in the fandom is unfounded and based in personal prejudice, rather than legitimate criticisms of the character.

dracoflarex:

strongly agree | agree | neutral | disagree | strongly disagree

I am half in agreement on this. I know there are people who are disliking her character because of how different the writing style is and I also saw constant complaints from people right before the saga even aired. I do not care for the opinion of these people. BUT-

There are people who have legitimate criticism for her. She was somewhat passive, and boring. Like really, there’s nothing much to even hate on her at the moment. I can see that her involvement in the episodes is slowly growing and growing and personally I am optimistic. There’s a positive development here. But it doesn’t change the fact that she was indeed uninteresting in the first few episodes. So the criticism made then makes sense because entertainment is an ongoing thing. You can’t really expect people to wait till Serena gets interesting. People demand interesting main characters and want them interesting right from the start. It’s not unfair.

There’s also this whole female representation angle that a few people have pointed. Amourshipping is barely being touched upon in the canon (we haven’t seen much since episode 7 and frankly, that’s pretty good!), but at the same time I can see why the usage of Amourshipping for advertisement can be uncomfortable to some people.

This is what I have realized after repeated discussions lol. Quoting slipshodsilver: “This just my opinion and as always, disagreements, alternative viewpoints, and spotted inaccuracies are welcome.”

solos1s:

ハレト
If I can talk to you and not be judged, reblog this.

dragonpikachu:

shout out to that one pokemon you use as a meat shield while you heal the pokemon that actually stand a chance

likeitornur:

One aspect I particularly adore about Cabernet (and possibly why I didn’t mind her losing as much as she did) is how, it’s true she’s not a graceful loser, but she is to her Pokemon. 

Cabernet perpetually appreciates her Pokemon’s efforts, and seems close to most of them, actually, even going as far as hugging a soaking Stoutland, and complimenting him about the scent. if you’ve ever smelt “wet dog” you would know, it doesn’t smell amazing. at least my dogs never do  She may glare at her victor, declare revenge on them, and have a will for them to lose, but she has a deep loyalty to her Pokemon. 

I particularly enjoy the interaction between her and Dewott, as they are ostensibly her oldest Pokemon, and one of her vintages. I believe here, Dewott’s posture is disappointed, because he feels he has let her down. However, Cabernet does loom over him to return him to the Pokeball, as she could- she kneels down to his eye level and they share eye contact with another. Actually, in most cases, Cabernet usually moves quite close to her Pokemon before calling them back. 

Overall, I believe it portrays Cabernet’s hidden caring nature and her belief in her Pokemon despite their losses together.