The most logical argument I’ve ever seen a hero use.
Gangsta Avengers AU
Wherein the avengers are a secret vigilante group that eventually find each other and go after criminals the hard way.
Some body write this who isn’t me.
*casually slips these in*
Literally just happened:
"is that an Avengers gangster AUOHMYGOD *screech*"
Let me just add this….
I’ll just leave this here..
I’m so down for this!!
Can somebody do the thing where they write the thing and then tag me in the thing?
WTF! I just came from reading this!
I feel much better now…
Original gif it’s not mine
It’s like a Michael Gambon sized weight has been lifted from my chest.
**All book readers nod in unison**
I knew Bonnie would show up […] I guess that’s just how you two show your love.
*sees a dog* *gasps loudly*
- be thin
- give birth
- cook for you
- have long hair
- wear makeup
- have sex with you
- be feminine
- be graceful
- be fashionable
- wear pink
- love men
- be the media’s idea of perfection
- listen to your bullshit
- have a vagina
This is very true, but it’s important to remember that if a woman is feminine, graceful, shaves, diets, wears make up, or does any of these things in the list, it doesn’t make her a slave to patriarchy or any less of a feminist than you.
"Whatcha got there?"
It was starting feel like the only time I could even get this was when I was reading fanfiction and now she’s happy and relaxed and just full of light and has an actual storyline, and it’s damn good so far! She doesn’t have to worry about friends needing her for a spell or physically harming herself to save everyone; she can tap into her inner child without having it have to be put on the back-burner for the needs of everyone else.Remember when there was a quote going around that fanfiction is more like “fix-it-fiction”? So many fanfictions that are Bonnie-Centric show more of this side of Bonnie. The Bonnie we were first introduced to in season one. And now we’re getting it back in Season Six. We’re seeing the things that many fanfictions have been writing about which is a multi-layered, complex Bonnie that isn’t servile. Who isn’t holding her tongue. Who’s actually prettygoddamn adorable (I mean who fusses at a homicidal vampire man-child that he’s actually her hell, snatches up her teddy-bear and marches out of the room with that same vampire pouting at her, feeling some sort of way, as she does? Who? Bonnie Bennett. And we were robbed of seeing her more like this for THREE seasons.) They (the writers) said they’re going back to the TVD roots: more character driven, less mythology. Look what they’ve accomplished. They showed more sides to Bonnie and oh my goodness! Your audience actually ends up LIKING this Bonnie more. THIS is what we mean by giving her more of a storyline. A storyline that gives us the opportunity to see this character who would put everything on the line for her friends be a human being. Not some deus ex machina who is EXPECTED to sacrifice herself for said friends time after time again and NOT be recognized for that appropriately. This girl here in the gifset. A simple teddy bear that she takes everywhere in this au these two find themselves in made her SO relatable to your audience. Her storming out only AFTER she grabbed it from the table made people laugh. Her stabbing her stack of pancakes exclaiming that she hates them made the audience amused at her quirks. And that is literally ALL we wanted. We knew she was a great character, we just wanted that to be shown so the rest of the fandom can see it too.