the block/ignore function on here is way too weak like i need an option where the person i block can’t see any of my posts and can’t reblog any of my posts and when they attempt to reblog my shit a message pops up that says to go fuck themselves


Anonymous asked:

I'm just wondering, why is Hail Hydra a bad thing? I understand it's kind of annoying, but what do you think is wrong with it.


Well. For one thing. It’s literally implying both of the characters involved are nazis. And that’s gross, but at least twice it’s used characters who are Jewish, and/or Roma, and/or gay, and in one case, A LITERAL HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR to make these ‘jokes’ (the person who used Magneto has since apologized and taken down the meme.)

For two, it’s taking otherwise cute posts, like the bird one with Jeremy Renner and Anthony Mackie, and making them Nazi posts. And that was really upsetting to me.

For three, there was just an antisemitic shooting in which the gunman yelled Heil Hitler before killing people, right before Passover. A very important Jewish holiday. 

Also this

Do any other followers have input?




i really like the idea of a fantasy setting but in modern times. elves on smart phones and taking pictures for their instagram. dwarves getting into console wars and calling each other casual gamers. mages casting dangerous spells for the vine. i want it.

"Dude I dunno, necromancy is pretty fucked up." "Do it for the vine."

If any of you are wondering, this genere is called Urban Fantasy! It’s on the opposite end of the fantasy spectrum from High Fantasy. Where High Fantasy is set in completely original worlds that are usually in medieval time periods, Urban Fantasy takes place in the real world and can be set anytime after the Industrial Revolution.

Some of my favorite works in the genre are Teen Wolf, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, and the Shin Megami Tensei/ Persona series.

You can read more about it here and here.


My favourite plot element is corruption and decay.

My favourite thing is when you follow something or somebody through their entire canon, and you experience the whole story and its conclusion. And sooner or later you pick the story up again, and you find yourself back at the beginning, only this time you hold the knowledge of what will become of all of this at the end.

And at that point my favourite feeling is when you just have to stop for a moment, let a single scenic tear roll down your cheek and whisper:

Oh god, I am so sorry.