cumaeansibyl:

wild-soulchiild:

hughhighlander:

Who needs a hairbrush when you’ve got momma.

ugh i love 

WEE TINY MOO

cumaeansibyl:

wild-soulchiild:

hughhighlander:

Who needs a hairbrush when you’ve got momma.

ugh i love 

WEE TINY MOO

(via iamabagfullofcats)

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7 Asks + 4 Fanfic Prompts To Go!

…but it’ll be tomorrow before I get to them XD

Sorry, folks — I’ll get to them as soon as I can :) Gotta sleep some before my presentation tomorrow, though!

And seriously! Anyone who wants to keep sending me asks or prompts feel free to do so! I’m super flattered by all the ones I have currently @_@

Thank you kindly 83

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Anonymous asked: lois lane + dogs

jonsei93:

renaroo:

Lois doesn’t have much time for pets herself, though she knows how much Clark enjoys them.

It’s why she does have a smidge of regret for how much she was just against welcoming Krypto into their home (though she will never be sorry she saved her kitchen tile or the upholstery from a truly tragic fate).

But there is one night, Thanksgiving weekend, when she and Clark are at Ma and Pa’s, and the wind picked up too much causing the cable an internet to go down, she gets on the roof outside of Clark’s room’s window.

She’s sitting, waiting for the wireless on her iPad to pick up so she can let Perry know she will meet that next deadline if she has to crawl back to Metropolis, when Krypto returns from a fly around Smallville and decides to land next to her.

He’s a lot more restrained now — having been trained by Clark, Connor, and the Kents by this point. He wags his tail still hard enough to dent the tin of the roof, but he only crawls toward her. He doesn’t lunge at her or bark loud enough to knock her off the roof. And Lois is beginning to realize this might be the first time she’s seen Krypto since the last time he ruined something in their apartment.

"What? Are you a good boy now?" she snarks.

That’s apparently all the encouragement needed, because Krypto closes the space between them and lays his head on her lap. Wags his tail and just looks at her.

She feels obligated to rub his head and scratch his ears. “You’re pretty good for a bad dog,” she admits and then swears that Clark will never know they get along.

I love you, Rena <3

Baww thank you!

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Anonymous asked: wonder woman + sexuality

Diana’s love is all encompassing, but personal love is something else entirely. A different beast. And for all of her grace, wisdom, and status of a goddess, she is ultimately lost in the art of love for herself.

Ultimately, Diana is pansexual, I believe. She’s attracted to a certain inner strength — a personality, and her love doesn’t know any sexual or physical boundaries. She doesn’t really see ugliness outside of actions that pain others, and likewise she doesn’t see beauty outside of someone’s goodness and actions.

I had a very close friend whose unfortunate lot in life seemed to be that she constantly fell in love with the idea of her love for this person, when ultimately it seems as though her love for this one aspect of a person blinded her to the fact that there was far more of them that needed to weigh in her love of them just as much. I sometimes wonder if this is a problem Diana falls into — if her ideal of what she loves about her partner sometimes doesn’t overlap as much with the reality of what she loves about them as much.

My personal preference for Diana’s partner is always going to be the Amazonian blacksmith, Io, if anyone’s interested btw.

Anonymous asked: lois lane + dogs

Lois doesn’t have much time for pets herself, though she knows how much Clark enjoys them.

It’s why she does have a smidge of regret for how much she was just against welcoming Krypto into their home (though she will never be sorry she saved her kitchen tile or the upholstery from a truly tragic fate).

But there is one night, Thanksgiving weekend, when she and Clark are at Ma and Pa’s, and the wind picked up too much causing the cable an internet to go down, she gets on the roof outside of Clark’s room’s window.

She’s sitting, waiting for the wireless on her iPad to pick up so she can let Perry know she will meet that next deadline if she has to crawl back to Metropolis, when Krypto returns from a fly around Smallville and decides to land next to her.

He’s a lot more restrained now — having been trained by Clark, Connor, and the Kents by this point. He wags his tail still hard enough to dent the tin of the roof, but he only crawls toward her. He doesn’t lunge at her or bark loud enough to knock her off the roof. And Lois is beginning to realize this might be the first time she’s seen Krypto since the last time he ruined something in their apartment.

"What? Are you a good boy now?" she snarks.

That’s apparently all the encouragement needed, because Krypto closes the space between them and lays his head on her lap. Wags his tail and just looks at her.

She feels obligated to rub his head and scratch his ears. “You’re pretty good for a bad dog,” she admits and then swears that Clark will never know they get along.

Anonymous asked: Cassandra Cain + cartoons

((Headcanon so I can tweak canon this one time. Yes? Yes. Let’s.))

Cass never really could get adjusted when it came to television. Something about the artificiality that came across on screen, the lack of active involvement of the characters on the set was hard to adjust to.

It’s hard to concentrate on the stories on television when the body language of the actors doesn’t match up.

It was Steph who introduced her to something wonderful on television, though: cartoons.

Everything is bright, it’s beautiful, it’s crazy, it’s real — cartoons make things possible beyond motion and bodies and words and stories. It’s fun and Cass, for the first time, understands what everyone means when they say that mindless entertainment keeps you from thinking too hard.

That is what she does. She enjoys cartoons and they remain the only television she fully enjoys herself.

But she couldn’t tell you character names or plots.

Anonymous asked: connor hawk + t.v.

((Okay one before I take a short break))

Connor doesn’t really take to television at first. Not that he doesn’t think it’s fine, but it seems very… materialistic for lack of a better description.

It feels far less like he doesn’t need TV in the way it seems so many others do in the modern age. He grew up with it, sure, but he learned that personal experience is far more rewarding than any the screen had to offer him. Which is, of course, a lesson and a half for most people.

That being said… Connor is susceptible to guilty pleasures as any man is. And it’s all Roy’s fault for bringing it to Connor’s attention to begin with.

Wrestling might be the fakest, most overblown sport he has ever bore witness to. As a worldclass martial artist he should should be offended by its presence.

Instead he knows every concocted and contrived story, every “personal history” of every wrestler, and he might actually (under cover) go with Roy to watch a match in the near future.

And pray no one ever sees or hears he’s there.

I’m taking a break from answering these to fix my hair for tomorrow — but I’ll get back to them!

Also tonight is apparently Cass’ Tiny Dancer AU come back with a vengeance night

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Good :) ‘Cause there might (MIGHT) be more coming from me XD
LOL I welcome it!
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Anonymous asked: mary marvel + fighting

Mary gets upset at the prospect of harm being a final resort. She doesn’t like the idea that perpetual violence is some sort of key to what they do — that heroes should represent more than that if they have the powers to do so.

But she becomes… uncomfortably familiar with the adrenaline of the fight. And it helps.

It helps her not feel as worried and victimized as she used to about how her parents were murdered when she couldn’t save them despite being right there, about how she was kept from Billy when he needed her, or how she was taken away from a normal life because of the greed and evil of other people.

These sides of her battle, and she keeps them mostly to herself. Because she’s afraid. She’s afraid that this conflict takes her peace and that makes her unworthy of the blessings of Shazam and Captain Marvel. That she doesn’t deserve Billy’s respect and admiration if she can’t honestly see herself as embodying all those parts of a superhero she believes are the most important.

But Mary Marvel — she is all about overcoming these doubts. She’s about resilience and reliability — she needs to be there for Billy now. She can stop others from losing their parents. And her morals will overcome that greed by being the hero other people aspire to be.

She fights, but she will pursue kindness as much as possible.

Until Morrison decides to fuck her up again

Don’t you love/hate it when I keep bringing up Hwan? XD
lol I embrace it
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This is cracking me up.  &#8212; HAHAHA more just came in in the time it took to post this.
I may have gone too far in some places

This is cracking me up.  — HAHAHA more just came in in the time it took to post this.

I may have gone too far in some places

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Anonymous asked: terry mcginnis+ animals

fjaoifauauoi TERRY IN MY ASK heart be still

Terry is the penultimate city boy. The kid is a rough street kid, wants to tumble at heart, but put him outside of city limits and he’s got issues with everything from the lack of Starbucks to that “weird fresh air smell.”

Thing is, growing up, he always wanted a pet. A dog, a cat — he wasn’t picky. He was just always asking for a pet when he was little. A companion of sorts (before Matt came around, who Terry insists practically counts as a pet). His parents were never keen on the idea, but it was more of the fact that their apartments were small when Terry was younger that kept them from ever obliging him.

He would get a goldfish that died and that pretty much kicked his desire to have another pet for a long time. Flushing Goldie the Goldfish was an experience for Mary McGinnis, lemme tell ya.

Pretty much he had no residual desires for a pet until he became Batman. And even then, he swears up and down that Ace adopted him.

And you could not get Terry to say it outside of on-his-deathbed moments, but he loves that dog with every fiber of his being. Ace is a part of the Bat Family, damn it — he’s a good, bad dog. And is pretty much single paw-ed-ly responsible for completely changing Terry’s mind on pets after years of repressed trauma from Goldie.

The funny thing is, outside of interference from supervillains disturbing animals’ natural behavior? He’s actually fantastic at dealing with animals.

They detect something in him. Or, like Max hints constantly, after a long and arduous patrol the suit makes him smell like an animal. Either way, animals tend to like Terry in normal circumstances.

… wow I’m getting loopy in these responses.

jonsei93 asked: Wow, that was a pretty poigant (< spelled wrong) headcanon for Cass :) Though, I wonder, why not tag her as "Cassandra Wayne" also? I mean, like you kinda said, Cass is definitely more of a Wayne than a Cain (like her father...)

Well, as much as I wish it were true, and I know there are definitely a number of people who do tag “Cassandra Wayne,” I try my best to tag things canonically when I can.

I could tag both, of course, but I already tend to “over tag” my posts XD My tagging system is re-donc-ulous.

… so I guess the actual answer to your question is laziness.

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jonsei93 asked: Here's a funny one: Hwan + hobbies? XD (sorry if this might make you upset, though....)

Buhhh Hwan <3

Hwan kind of lives and breathes dancing — and he’d definitely consider it his hobby, but the rest of the world tends to more or less classify it as life’s pursuit with his concentration on it.

Other than spending time in the studio or with Cass, though, he does enjoy going to international cinema presentations in some of the more artsy theaters in Gotham. It’s one of the few expenses he’ll let Cass take for him without much fuss.

It’s comforting to hear the language of his birth country after years and years of living and becoming naturalized in America.

He also has a habit of really liking checkers. A disappointment to the Waynes who were hoping to judge him based on his chess matches.

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