YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU’RE ASKING. I don’t ship this, so the only way to keep my interest in it is to make something really stupid and crazy.  HERE WE GO:


It’s the 23rd Budokai and though Chichi initially rejects Yamcha,


this is an AU where during Goku and Tien’s fight, Tien punches Goku a little lower, WHICH CHANGES HISTORY 4EVA…


The force of the punch effectively destroys Goku’s goods forever.  Already having a disinterest in emotional/romantic relationships, what little interest Goku has for even physical relationships is dramatically decreased. 

Chichi is concerned and conflicted, but that’s when Yamcha MAKES HIS MOVE.



This is da moment they both realize THERE IS SOMETHING BETWEEN THEM.  Chichi can sense Yamcha’s intense MANLINESS.  She feels like Yamcha is the type of guy who would NEVER leave her.  Yamcha realizes he’s touching a girl he doesn’t even know that well without freaking out!  IS THIS FATE?  IS IT DESTINY?  Whatever it is, the sexual tension is strong.  Even Krillin can feel it.  And he’s afraid.  Slowly, Yamcha and Chichi turn to look at each other, the blushes on their faces deepening.  Krillin stands silently in horror trying not to turn his head in fear of catching them making gross googoo eyes at each other, which will only make him feel even more 5eva alone than he already does. 

"Y-you!" Chichi whispers in shock and awe.  She had seen that scarred face before.  Yes, THIS WAS THE GREAT YAMYAM who had defeated the mighty Squirrel People of Planet 509X!  She had seen the destructive force Yamcha left in his wake.  For she was there when Yamcha emerged out of the fiery inferno of what was left of the mothership after Yamcha successfully piloted the destroyed ship back to Earth.  The ol Yamyam was like:


At the time, Chichi couldn’t believe that a man could still walk after breaking half the bones in his body.  But now she knows.  Yamcha is TOUGH.  HE IS EXTREME.  HE IS HER KIND OF MAN. 

Their ship name would either be Yamchi or Chicha.

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Everything about Nine was great




Everything he said was pure gold



And not just the funny and sass…


Literally everything


Even when he don’t say anything, tho




I love how he was always smiling


Even though he was the most damaged Doctor


The way he looked at Rose



image hells yeah



I want him back

This was not ok

imagined if he had stayed one more season tho we would have never let him go

(Source: isashi-nigami, via gullie-l-abeille)


You know what?

I don’t care if being a lesbian isn’t natural.

Its 2014. Oreos don’t have a single natural ingredient in them that isn’t distilled out of recognition. People get their vegetables from cans. They have made cruelty-free, lab-grown BACON. People fly around in big, metal machines.


Not natural. Is not bad.

Your rhetoric is no longer a valid excuse for hate.

(via spooky-little-fish)


All right.  I’ll give a little demonstration.  Imagine a couple.


They are two equal people.  Not completely the same, but equal.  They love each other, help each other, have their own individual strengths and weaknesses based on their own unique personalities, but neither feels overall stronger than the other in every way.

Someone comes along and asks me, “But who is “dominant” and who is “submissive” in this relationship?”  I don’t want to assign such a label on this couple (unless they actually ARE very obviously this way).  Why don’t I?  Let’s talk about what happens when we do. 

Upon shoving a couple’s relationship into “dominant” and “submissive” categories, suddenly assumptions are made about each person’s character, personality, and overall strength (physical and willpower).  No matter who you make dominant or submissive, suddenly you imagine this relationship as something where one person has more power over the other.  Often the “dominant” person will be labeled as the one having the most sexual aggression, having more power/strength, is always on the top during sex, assertive, more outgoing, extroverted, confident, and whoever initiates sex more often.  Even if the one being labeled “dominant” doesn’t have all those traits, you start shoving this character/person into that cookie cutter shape so they’d “fit the role”… or NEEDING to have all those traits in order to be a “true dominant.”

What’s left is needing to assign the other person as “submissive” (because relationships can only work if “a dominant” is with “a submissive”????).  Suddenly you assume all sorts of things about the “submissive” person.  Submissive is usually seen with traits such as being more reserved, less aggressive, more introverted, more emotional (and thus “sensitive” and “weak”), has less power/strength, self-conscious, is more apt to do whatever the aggressor wants (usually through being bullied, coerced, or forced because the submissive will always be overpowered), or is always on the bottom during sex.  Even if the second person in the relationship is nothing like this, they’re SHOVED and SQUEEZED into this role to suit this cookie cutter mold of how a relationship is “supposed” to work.

If both people in the couple is dominant, suddenly I’m not allowed to say that because “SOMEONE has to be submissive!”  By labeling two people who would otherwise be equal as “dominant” and “submissive,” there’s a POWER SHIFT.  Then at least one person in the pair is acting OOC because they’re being forced into specific molds and roles JUST to fit a VERY specific relationship model.

I see this a lot with Goku/Vegeta.  When Goku is labeled as the dominant, I’m USUALLY fine with how he’s portrayed, but Vegeta’s personality changes into someone who is OOC just so he can be squeezed into the “submissive” role.  You start seeing Vegeta with body language that suggests he’s self conscious, shrinking in on himself, and much shyer than he actually is.  His emotions (which he uses in the series in a very aggressive, dominant way) is used against him and he becomes this confused, hesitant, weeping mass of misunderstood tsundere.  Vegeta is THE PRINCE OF ALL SAIYANS who DEMANDS respect from everyone around him.  He is emotional, powerful, aggressive, and REFUSES to be tied down or shoved under someone’s feet.  He knows EXACTLY what he wants and he will KILL HIMSELF in the process to obtain it.  That is the ENTIRE POINT OF HIS CHARACTER.  He is constantly trying to rip out the throats of ANYONE who is better than him (Kiwi, Zarbon, Dodoria, Frieza, Goku) so there is no more competition on his climb to the top.

When I see Vegeta/Goku, Vegeta’s acting IC since he’s a very aggressive personality type, but since Goku is shoved into the “submissive” role, it’s THE SAME PROBLEM ALL OVER AGAIN and Goku’s the one acting OOC.  JUST.  NO.  Goku is JUST as aggressive as Vegeta in his INTENSE DESIRE to be the strongest.  Watch the few scenes where Vegeta and Goku interact one-on-one in the series.  Watch how they fight and how they speak to each other.  Do EITHER of them EVER back down, hesitate, or act submissive to the other in the middle of trying to beat the other down?  NO.  They are ALWAYS trying to one-up each other. 

I noticed most people tend to get Goku and Vegeta’s personalities IC as long as the two stay friends.  But once they’re in a relationship together, TIME TO START REARRANGING AND CHANGING PERSONALITIES.  Why can’t Goku and Vegeta be THEMSELVES without being shoved into relationship roles that are MUCH too small for their BIG personalities?  I see the same type of thing happening sometimes with Vegeta/Bulma and Goku/Chichi at times, and I REFUSE to assign dominant/submissive roles to ANY of these couples due to what assumptions begin to form whenever you do.  I find changing and tweaking character personalities just to fit some weird ideal of how a relationship works to be really silly (seriously, why is this “dominant” and “submissive” thing so prevalent??).  I mean, if you’re having fun with changing their personalities, that’s ok and you should have fun doing that, but to think that’s how relationships ALWAYS need to work and the ONLY way you can ship characters is this very specific, narrow way to the point where you have to change their personalities… I don’t get it and I refuse to play that game.




do action movies know they can have more than one female character

Someone should make an action movie with all girls except for one guy and have no explanation or mention of it in the movie and then pay all of the actors to act surprised like they’d never noticed when they get the inevitable storm of questions. 

This one male must have a shower scene, be saved by the protagonist at least once, and fall in love with a lead female.

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