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*sea foam green.
Your Pokemon hurt itself in confusion!
So THAT’S what happens
white boys who respond to criticism of racism and sexism by ominously saying that there are ‘bigger problems’ scare me. like what is this big secret problem and why won’t anyone tell me about it? are we going to be eaten alive by mutant sharks? are oranges secretly poisoning us? who knows. the white boys, apparently.
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#you just know later on #rose bought up the fact that #ten #was quoting #mary poppins #and he tugged his ear #and tried to deny it #but admitted he had a soft spot #for the movie #and julie andrews #and it had nothing to do with the fact that #one of his earlier regenerations #may have been behind the fact #mary poppins had a bigger on the inside bag #rose just giggles at him and drags him off to watch it with her this time (via fogsblue)
Persephone has always been my favorite Greek myth. I appreciate your appreciation of it.
SAME. It’s one of my favorites for a couple of reasons; there’s this ambiguity (not really moral because they’re not mortal and they don’t have the same laws?) to what’s happening, and there’s so many different versions… and Hades is so fascinating a character to me because he’s given the shitty end of the deck. Zeus gets to fucking rule in the fucking clouds and Poseidon the mortal plane in the seas, but Hades was given this shit hand even after being the first to be born and swallowed by Cronus. And after all of that he’s not even the boss of the gods, he’s pretty much shunted into the Underworld to care over the realm of the dead.
I mean there’s so many ways to read him too, whether or not he actually cares for Persephone is a HUGE one to me. He doesn’t have FAR as many lovers as either Zeus or Poseidon. Does his lack of outside affairs symbolize the trust and love for his wife, or is it just simply because as the God of the Underworld, most people would choose not to please themselves sexually with him?
And what about Persephone herself? Is she under Stockholm Syndrome? Does she care at all for Hades after being stolen by him? She’s become queen and goddess of the Underworld, and therefore also shares the rule of the realm. How does the power affect her? Does she even trust Hades at all? Is she happy as queen?
Plus Demeter as the mother who simply can’t let go is SO important so it’s not just about Hades and Persephone either. it’s about family as well. Winter being the two separated and Spring the return of Persephone as Kore to above ground.
Most importantly: you’re stronger than you think.
WHY DOES THIS NOT HAVE MORE NOTES
I show affection for my pets by holding them against me and whispering I love you repeatedly as they struggle to escape from my arms
If there are any notable steps up from season one, it’s both in the tension that mounts thanks to the great game played between Will and Hannibal and in the better use of the show’s supporting cast. Characters like Caroline Dhavernas’ Alana Bloom matter so much more now, and the series makes the most of a great performance it was often sidelining last year. (The rest of the acting, particularly from Dancy and Mikkelsen, is typically great.)