Melo's Pants

Aug 17

Anonymous said: You all annoys me so much. You just talk about tacos and tacos, Emma and Killian having sex. But guess what. They story is about love, they don't think about sex. It's not important. They have feelings not animal atraction.

zumpie:

i-know-how-you-kiss:

doomsdayy:

 they don’t think about sex

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They have feelings not animal atraction

OH MY GOD THIS IS THE FUNNIEST SHIT I’V EVER READ I KID YOU NOT

I’m sorry.

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They don’t think

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about sex???

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Are you sure??

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ARE YOU REALLY SURE???

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LIKE ON A SCALE OF 1-10 HOW SURE ARE YOU THESE IDIOTS DON’T THINK ABOUT BANGING EACH OTHER UNTIL NEITHER OF THEM CAN WALK????

Don’t forget they’ll probably never have sex, because Emma probably is good with just one kid, anyway (yes, someone on IMDB really posted that)

Fact of life number 1:  People don’t have sex just to have babies.  

2: Humans are animals, we have animalistic desires


Aug 5

princessannaofarandelle:

searlait:

eatherstar:

thedoctorknows:

NO NO GUYS THIS WAS REALLY IMPORTANT BECAUSE IT WAS THE FIRST TIME ELSA SAW HER CREATE LIFE WITH HER POWERS

"Oh, god. I’m a mother."

So the gloves were like…

*shuts up*

*whispers*

condoms

Gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “no glove, no love”

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hooked-on-once:

captainswaan:

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They already have. The line: “To the dungeon,” has been already altered to, “To the (SEX) dungeon.” *eyeroll*

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omg we should pray for them. they need it. 

and we promote rape culture lol 

That’s cute :)  Pray for me and I’ll dance naked around a bonfire for you <3

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Aug 3

My favorite Disney princess is Elizabeth Swann because rather than becoming a princess, she was like “nah, fuck that” and became a king instead.

carry-on-my-otp:

hangthecode:

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a fucking pirate king at that

How can she be your favorite princess if she’s not a princess?

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zumpie:

allofthismatters:

advluv4life:

eevylynn:

sporklift:

well you know, 100 years in Neverland will do shit to you.

What the person above me said. Bae’s been through some insane shit and has probably had to do a lot of questionable things just to survive.

He had a paying job and he stole watches because the owner was ‘asking’ to get stolen from. He committed a crime and refused to own up to his actions, that is why he was living in a car, constantly.
He didn’t have to do that to survive. I mean I know being a janitor probably isn’t the most fun thing, but it’s not an excuse to steal.

Plus it’s Neal once again rationalizing his misdeeds and reassigning blame. He convinces himself that his conscious decision to steal property was somehow the owner’s fault, just like he later convinces himself that his conscious decision to let Emma go to jail and then never attempt to find her again was somehow completely August’s (and several others’) fault. I understand completely that things you go through as a child affect you later in life, but he was an adult when he did both of these things and should have behaved as one.

It’s precisely why, in many ways, I disliked Bagel more than August. August owned being a douche——Crocodummy, Jr did bad shit and always deflected blame on someone else

I&#8217;m not necessarily choosing sides here, but he did have to raise himself.  Pretty sure he didn&#8217;t have a responsible adult around to teach him that kind of shit.  Look at how he grew up.  Evil begets evil.  Nobody should really be surprised at how he turned out.

zumpie:

allofthismatters:

advluv4life:

eevylynn:

sporklift:

well you know, 100 years in Neverland will do shit to you.

What the person above me said. Bae’s been through some insane shit and has probably had to do a lot of questionable things just to survive.

He had a paying job and he stole watches because the owner was ‘asking’ to get stolen from. He committed a crime and refused to own up to his actions, that is why he was living in a car, constantly.

He didn’t have to do that to survive. I mean I know being a janitor probably isn’t the most fun thing, but it’s not an excuse to steal.

Plus it’s Neal once again rationalizing his misdeeds and reassigning blame. He convinces himself that his conscious decision to steal property was somehow the owner’s fault, just like he later convinces himself that his conscious decision to let Emma go to jail and then never attempt to find her again was somehow completely August’s (and several others’) fault. I understand completely that things you go through as a child affect you later in life, but he was an adult when he did both of these things and should have behaved as one.

It’s precisely why, in many ways, I disliked Bagel more than August. August owned being a douche——Crocodummy, Jr did bad shit and always deflected blame on someone else

I’m not necessarily choosing sides here, but he did have to raise himself.  Pretty sure he didn’t have a responsible adult around to teach him that kind of shit.  Look at how he grew up.  Evil begets evil.  Nobody should really be surprised at how he turned out.

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Jul 31

nikocutie:

mermaidchan05:

Best. Line. 

IT TOOK ME 18 YEARS OF LIFE BUT I FINALLY UNDERSTAND. HE IS KING OF ALL THE LIGHT TOUCHES! OH MY GOSH WHY HAS IT TAKEN ME THIS LONG

Wow, you are thinking about that line WAY too deeply lol.  I’m pretty sure he just doesn’t want to wake up.

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Jul 12

Jun 20

thenotoriousscuttlecliff:

midget-banana:

hijackspace:

thehttydblog:

modern-hiccup:

Me and my sibling can go from

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to

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in like three seconds 

#MY LIFE

on a scale from disney to dreamworks what’s your sibling relationship

MARVEL

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I worry for anyone who says Game of Thrones 

Thanks for the the concern :/

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Jun 17
miss-watson-world:

Orange is the new Black

Dis picture is so cute it makes me blush.

miss-watson-world:

Orange is the new Black

Dis picture is so cute it makes me blush.



orangeitnblack:

What do you think love is?


Does anyone else find it absolutely adorable that Snow wears cat eyeliner and Emma wears kitten eyeliner?


Jun 11

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Jun 8
mickeysam:

maddiebonanafana:

mickeysam:

maddiebonanafana:

mickeysam:

maddiebonanafana:

mickeysam:

maddiebonanafana:

mickeysam:

maddiebonanafana:

mickeysam:

ariyah-v:

demonicrcrimson:

mickeysam:

justkillianthings:

When he makes warm love to the floor Justkillianthings

Yay, let’s all laugh and mock female on male violence! It’s not like he was hurt badly. Or like he was in a major car accident the day before.Hey, he totally loved being thrown into a book shelf so hard he was knocked out.

Cause it’s not like he was helping and working alongside established murderers or anything like that

Exactly. While I do not condone violence of any type (except in self-defense), Hook signed up to work with known murderers. He knew what could’ve gone wrong if he allied himself with such people. Boom, here are the consequences. And what about all the physical harm he caused to others? Did Emma love being shoved violently into a wall? Did Belle appreciate being victimized by him on at a least 4 occasions? Ha. Take your Hook love elsewhere. This is an anti blog.

Did Hook love being hit by a car? Having his hand chopped off? Being flung into walls? Being locked up with giants he thought would murder him, nearly being fed to an ogre? How about Emma purposefully hurting him in the hospital because she could?
Hook worked with those he had to, it’s simple as that.
He needed Cora to get to Storybrooke, needed Regina to stay safe and alive.
The moment it was safest he switched teams.
It’s not love, it’s common sense and a dislike of violence being mocked.
"He worked with them, he knew it would happen."
"He allied himself with a murderer, what did he expect?"
"Others had it worse"
It’s victim blaming and annoying.

victim blaming is you saying it’s ok that Hook shoved Emma into a wall because she “betrayed him.” Practice what you fucking preach. This Hook apologism is so gross, I can’t believe I actually have to defend his victims, it should be a given.

Victim blaming is saying he deserved it because of who he was with.
Common sense is saying that Emma being shoved into a wall is a less caustic act than what she did to him. I didn’t say it was okay, I said there was mutual assault. There’s a difference.

Hook didn’t *just* shove her into a wall though. He left her for dead, verbally taunted her, pinned her down with a weapon and made rape jokes, shoved her into a wall roughly, yeah I’m sorry but her leaving him with a giant because she had to get back to her SON is not worse than the things he did to her.

Pinned him down with a sword after she attacked him with a sword. Hmm.
Wait, didn’t that happen AFTER she locked him up with a giant?
Everything on your your list of insults happened after she tried to feed him to an ogre and locked him up with a giant. Interesting.

And? Your point is? Are you trying to say Emma had what was coming to her? Because if you are, like I said, please take your women abuse apologism somewhere else please. Hook was standing in her way of getting back to her son. Of course she’s gonna attack him. Emma is our protagonist, shouldn’t we be rooting for her? When the baddie pins her down and makes a threatening rape comment should we say “oh well she had it coming, karmas a bitch”? Hmmm. Interesting.

No, I’m saying Emma started a whole mess and you’re only blaming one side of it.
When the baddie pins down someone trying to kill him with a sword and makes a comment? We say ‘oh, wonder how they’ll get out of this’. Especially if they attacked first.
But nice job reading a rape joke into "But with my life on the line, you’ve left me no choice. Bit of advice: when I jab you with my sword, you’ll feel it. You might want to quit." ”Why? I’m winning?” *knocks him out painfully with a blow to the temple*
 

That was a sexual innuendo. Also the line “I prefer to do more enjoyable things with a woman on her back.” He had her pinned down, weapon against her, making perverted comments. This scene slightly triggers me, as I’ve been in a very similar situation. I can’t speak for all victims of sexual assault/rape, but if you’re gonna tell me his threatening comments while he had her in submission isn’t a very big deal, please don’t let the door hit you on the way out.

A lewd comment while he’s got her pinned with a sword is one thing but also giving her a way out of this, telling her she can stop and run so he isn’t forced - by Cora - to kill her lessens the impact.
As does the smirk she gives him.
That scene didn’t trigger me personally, but it may have other survivors, point.

"Lessens the impact"? Sorry, not to me. Maybe to you, but nothing lessens the impact of gross comments while you are forced into a submissive position in my opinion. What are you trying to get at here, that Hook isn’t as bad as we are all saying he is? I just don’t understand your point in dragging this all out on an anti-hook blog.

My point? Originally before you dragged Emma into it, my poin twas it’s disgusting to laugh at a man who was recently in a car accident being flung into a wall magically by two women in an attempt to hurt him even worse.
Then it was brought up that he deserved it which was just wrong enough I wanted to point out it wasn’t true but it’s impossible to prove someone wasn’t in the wrong when the person you’re trying to prove that to refuses to listen.
So you win. Hook completely and totally deserved to be gravely injured and then flung into a wall to be hurt more, even though the wall and car had absolutely nothing to do with Emma at all.

I&#8217;m sorry&#8230; warm love?

mickeysam:

maddiebonanafana:

mickeysam:

maddiebonanafana:

mickeysam:

maddiebonanafana:

mickeysam:

maddiebonanafana:

mickeysam:

maddiebonanafana:

mickeysam:

ariyah-v:

demonicrcrimson:

mickeysam:

justkillianthings:

When he makes warm love to the floor
Justkillianthings

Yay, let’s all laugh and mock female on male violence! It’s not like he was hurt badly. Or like he was in a major car accident the day before.
Hey, he totally loved being thrown into a book shelf so hard he was knocked out.

Cause it’s not like he was helping and working alongside established murderers or anything like that

Exactly. While I do not condone violence of any type (except in self-defense), Hook signed up to work with known murderers. He knew what could’ve gone wrong if he allied himself with such people. Boom, here are the consequences. And what about all the physical harm he caused to others? Did Emma love being shoved violently into a wall? Did Belle appreciate being victimized by him on at a least 4 occasions? Ha. Take your Hook love elsewhere. This is an anti blog.

Did Hook love being hit by a car? Having his hand chopped off? Being flung into walls? Being locked up with giants he thought would murder him, nearly being fed to an ogre? How about Emma purposefully hurting him in the hospital because she could?

Hook worked with those he had to, it’s simple as that.

He needed Cora to get to Storybrooke, needed Regina to stay safe and alive.

The moment it was safest he switched teams.

It’s not love, it’s common sense and a dislike of violence being mocked.

"He worked with them, he knew it would happen."

"He allied himself with a murderer, what did he expect?"

"Others had it worse"

It’s victim blaming and annoying.

victim blaming is you saying it’s ok that Hook shoved Emma into a wall because she “betrayed him.” Practice what you fucking preach. This Hook apologism is so gross, I can’t believe I actually have to defend his victims, it should be a given.

Victim blaming is saying he deserved it because of who he was with.

Common sense is saying that Emma being shoved into a wall is a less caustic act than what she did to him. I didn’t say it was okay, I said there was mutual assault. There’s a difference.

Hook didn’t *just* shove her into a wall though. He left her for dead, verbally taunted her, pinned her down with a weapon and made rape jokes, shoved her into a wall roughly, yeah I’m sorry but her leaving him with a giant because she had to get back to her SON is not worse than the things he did to her.

Pinned him down with a sword after she attacked him with a sword. Hmm.

Wait, didn’t that happen AFTER she locked him up with a giant?

Everything on your your list of insults happened after she tried to feed him to an ogre and locked him up with a giant. Interesting.

And? Your point is? Are you trying to say Emma had what was coming to her? Because if you are, like I said, please take your women abuse apologism somewhere else please. Hook was standing in her way of getting back to her son. Of course she’s gonna attack him. Emma is our protagonist, shouldn’t we be rooting for her? When the baddie pins her down and makes a threatening rape comment should we say “oh well she had it coming, karmas a bitch”? Hmmm. Interesting.

No, I’m saying Emma started a whole mess and you’re only blaming one side of it.

When the baddie pins down someone trying to kill him with a sword and makes a comment? We say ‘oh, wonder how they’ll get out of this’. Especially if they attacked first.


But nice job reading a rape joke into "But with my life on the line, you’ve left me no choice. Bit of advice: when I jab you with my sword, you’ll feel it. You might want to quit."
 ”Why? I’m winning?” *knocks him out painfully with a blow to the temple*

 

That was a sexual innuendo. Also the line “I prefer to do more enjoyable things with a woman on her back.” He had her pinned down, weapon against her, making perverted comments. This scene slightly triggers me, as I’ve been in a very similar situation. I can’t speak for all victims of sexual assault/rape, but if you’re gonna tell me his threatening comments while he had her in submission isn’t a very big deal, please don’t let the door hit you on the way out.

A lewd comment while he’s got her pinned with a sword is one thing but also giving her a way out of this, telling her she can stop and run so he isn’t forced - by Cora - to kill her lessens the impact.

As does the smirk she gives him.

That scene didn’t trigger me personally, but it may have other survivors, point.

"Lessens the impact"? Sorry, not to me. Maybe to you, but nothing lessens the impact of gross comments while you are forced into a submissive position in my opinion. What are you trying to get at here, that Hook isn’t as bad as we are all saying he is? I just don’t understand your point in dragging this all out on an anti-hook blog.

My point? Originally before you dragged Emma into it, my poin twas it’s disgusting to laugh at a man who was recently in a car accident being flung into a wall magically by two women in an attempt to hurt him even worse.

Then it was brought up that he deserved it which was just wrong enough I wanted to point out it wasn’t true but it’s impossible to prove someone wasn’t in the wrong when the person you’re trying to prove that to refuses to listen.

So you win. Hook completely and totally deserved to be gravely injured and then flung into a wall to be hurt more, even though the wall and car had absolutely nothing to do with Emma at all.

I’m sorry… warm love?


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