Sois Le Bienvenu Dans Mon Coeur Brisé

Helena, Hele is good. Hellcat also acceptable.

Bowie or GTFO.

This train perpetually derails into the salty tears of Rumbelle infested waters.
Swanthief and Nealfire are my babies.

If you have anything you wanna talk about, please feel free!

riskpig asked: Who is Jacko, and what is Zig Zag Love, because both names have caught my attention.

nothingeverlost:

See this adorable bastard right here?  This is Jacko (with his son) in Zig Zag Love

Jacko is the sort of parent that takes ‘irresponsible’ to a new level.  his teenage (underage) son is in the hospital (cancer) and depressed because a friend died, and his answer?  Bring his son beer and a prostitute.

No, really.

'Sorry I didn't gift wrap her, but I paid her for you'

And when his son is appalled Jacko sleeps with her (hey, why waste the money?

Bobby’s secondary in the movie, with the story between his son and Ziggy (another girl in the hospital) being the main focus.

And look, Ziggy’s father is Moe French:

Not really but it looks like him.  Also I just like to watch this gif on repeat.  It’s pretty much what Moe and Rum’s relationship would be if Belle/Bae was a thing.  They stayed up so late fighting with each other that they fell asleep.

Jacko loves his son.  He’s not a bad guy, just completely clueless and not grown up.  He starts to get things figured out, though, in the movie.

Oh, one last thing.  Bobby in shorts:

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nothingeverlost:

onceuponatime-confessions:

“I think whether Belle likes it or not she and Hook are on the same side now. They are both under threat from the Wicked Witch. They don’t have to be friends. I’d never expect them to be. Maybe it would be better if they were in a situation where Hook was trying to fight off a flying monkey and Belle accidentally shot him in the shoulder, because she was trying to shoot the monkey. Then they’d kinda be even. Though knowing Belle, she might still feel bad about it.”

I’m uncomfortable with this because it feels like it’s telling a victim they’re not allowed to have an issue with/dislike their abuser.  The fact that they are fighting the same enemy does not mean that Belle has to accept Hook, or like him, or forgive him.  This kind of thinking puts the blame on the victim.  It tells people who are abused that if their abuser changes they have to forgive the abuse.
No.  An abused person never has to forgive their abuser.  An abuser’s actions aren’t erased because they’ve changed.
Nor is there a point where they would ‘be even.’  Hook tried to kill her while she was chained to a wall after giving her false hope that she was going to be released after 4ish years of imprisonment.  Hook hid in her library and tried to kill her.  Hook held a gun to her chin on his ship and would have killed her.  Hook shot her in the back.  And for all of this all he’s said is ‘sorry?’ and only that because Emma was right there.
Belle is a good person.  She wouldn’t hurt Hook on purpose, and she wouldn’t want to hurt him on accident.  If she were to accidentally hurt him, like in the ‘shot in the shoulder’ idea, she would honestly apologize.
Belle and Hook have a common enemy.  That does not mean that they are ‘on the same side’ since Hook doesn’t give a damn about her.  She tried to point out what he’d done to her, it was basically ignored, and because finding Rum was more important she stopped talking and focused on the work.
I honestly hate that everyone left Belle alone with Hook after she pointed out that he tried to kill her.  It bothers me.  Granny is across the street with her crossbow.  Or Ruby.  Call in Grumpy with his pickax and brothers.  There’s literally no one else that could have stayed with Belle?  or at least been a second person there?

nothingeverlost:

onceuponatime-confessions:

I think whether Belle likes it or not she and Hook are on the same side now. They are both under threat from the Wicked Witch. They don’t have to be friends. I’d never expect them to be. Maybe it would be better if they were in a situation where Hook was trying to fight off a flying monkey and Belle accidentally shot him in the shoulder, because she was trying to shoot the monkey. Then they’d kinda be even. Though knowing Belle, she might still feel bad about it.”

I’m uncomfortable with this because it feels like it’s telling a victim they’re not allowed to have an issue with/dislike their abuser.  The fact that they are fighting the same enemy does not mean that Belle has to accept Hook, or like him, or forgive him.  This kind of thinking puts the blame on the victim.  It tells people who are abused that if their abuser changes they have to forgive the abuse.

No.  An abused person never has to forgive their abuser.  An abuser’s actions aren’t erased because they’ve changed.

Nor is there a point where they would ‘be even.’  Hook tried to kill her while she was chained to a wall after giving her false hope that she was going to be released after 4ish years of imprisonment.  Hook hid in her library and tried to kill her.  Hook held a gun to her chin on his ship and would have killed her.  Hook shot her in the back.  And for all of this all he’s said is ‘sorry?’ and only that because Emma was right there.

Belle is a good person.  She wouldn’t hurt Hook on purpose, and she wouldn’t want to hurt him on accident.  If she were to accidentally hurt him, like in the ‘shot in the shoulder’ idea, she would honestly apologize.

Belle and Hook have a common enemy.  That does not mean that they are ‘on the same side’ since Hook doesn’t give a damn about her.  She tried to point out what he’d done to her, it was basically ignored, and because finding Rum was more important she stopped talking and focused on the work.

I honestly hate that everyone left Belle alone with Hook after she pointed out that he tried to kill her.  It bothers me.  Granny is across the street with her crossbow.  Or Ruby.  Call in Grumpy with his pickax and brothers.  There’s literally no one else that could have stayed with Belle?  or at least been a second person there?

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riskpig:

mallymunestelledusk:

riskpig:

I have been commissioned by Straggle to write Art Thief!Sergei.

Gonna watch Human Trafficking for the first time.

Wish me luck…

Hun, you’re gonna need lots of Tea, and as many Rumbellers watching with you as possible

Jesus, is it…

If you aren’t prepared for it and try to take it all in in one go, it can seriously mess you up. I know that when I watched it I was not at all prepared, and there are some scenes in it that really screwed me up. It’s very, very heavy. And by the end of it, you will probably be very satisfied by where Sergei ends up and how.

nightowlwoman asked: Hi! I asked Straggle about this & she referred me to you. Re the "banned" Bobby characters (an earlier post was talking about this). Sergai & Hitler, of course - but I vaguely recall another & am trying to confirm. From the Cracker tv series-I think the character was named Albie? I've never seen this, don't know Why he would be banned-but I seem to remember mention made of kitten(s)? I've never seen fic for this Bobby, so I'm curious. Am I recalling this correctly or senior momenting? Thanks! <3

nothingeverlost:

petite-mendigotte:

nothingeverlost:

SPOILERS FOR CRACKER: TO BE A SOMEBODY

I actually just reblogged that Sergei post a little bit ago and added Albie as a ‘banned Bobby.’  

Albie is, indeed, from Cracker.  And he killed the Ninth Doctor so bad Albie, No Belle for you.

Okay, so it wasn’t really Nine, but it is Chris Eccleston.

Check out this creepy fucker, holding up pictures of a guy he killed.  In addition to being a creeper and a killer he’s a racist skinhead:

We see Albie kill two people and threaten a reporter.  And then there’s a creepy scene with Nine’s wife where he goes after her in a grocery store (Nine is a cop) and then there’s Nine’s death.  And another death.  And then a football match that doesn’t go well.  And the reveal that Albie’s trying to kill 96 cops (in retribution for the Hillsborough disaster)

Two of the bombs are found, but the third he sent to the reporter is opened and triggered.

Honestly, the kittens are the only ones that are safe.  he cares for the cats more than people (his daughter and possibly his ex being the only exceptions.)  He has almost no regard for human life and he’s a sociopath. And a creeper.   

Phallic much?

Just gonna pop in here and say that when I watched this ep (mind you, it was maybe a year or more ago), I thought for sure that they said that he wasn’t actually a racist/skinhead, but that was more just something that he put on. He shaves his head after he snaps (and holy shit was that a terrifying scene) because, as he tells his ex, he “looks how he feels on the inside” or something along those lines, and he doesn’t kill the shop clerk because he’s Pakistani but more because he was kind of an asshole to him in the beginning of the episode. I distinctly remember a character, maybe Chris Ecclestone’s actually, saying something about that. They assumed the murder of the site clerk was a skinhead hate crime because summertime saw some guy that looked like a skinhead, but they questioned that. He made himself look like a skinhead because it was easier to get away with violent crimes that way. It was easier to embrace all that anger and hatred that way, to make himself into a new person almost.

I personally love Albie as a character, not in a way that I’d want to have tea with him and cuddle him at all, but because he’s such a twisted, complicated, layered personality. He’s creepy as hell and really, really messed up, but it’s a credit to Bobby that there are moments when he opens up a bit that I really feel the guys pain, like the scenes with his daughter and when he talks about his dad. He’s a truly fascinating character. But hell no do I want to chill with the guy.

You’re probably right.  I need a rewatch of this one, but that skinhead part does ring a bell.

Albie was an amazing and layered character that was vivid and real.  Really a fantastic piece of acting because as creepy as he was there were times I agreed with what he was saying, and it was easy to see how he became what he did.  Not someone I want to know at all or would ever pair with a Belle or other character, but really an awesome character study.

He’s definitely a character I pity and am hugely fascinated by psychologically, but yeah, no way would he be healthy for anybody at all as he is. He’s creepy as hell and really rather terrifying at first glance, but the more you look at him, the more layers you see. He’s really a very sad character. Pitiable, I suppose is the right word. But a murdering bastard still. I love him as a character because even as he does go completely off his rocker and murders people, he’s got these moments where he says things and is very self aware, or like when he threatens the reporter and is disgusted when she assumes he wants sex, or how he made it a point to profusely apologize for having to grow C.E.’s wife in order to get his attention. He seems to have this set of morals and kind of twisted sense of respect. It’s strange. The idea of using a woman or disrespecting her is seemingly repellant to him, but he had no problem murdering people that he feels deserve it. He’s a strange chap that one. I could meta him all day.

delintthedarkone:

Leezordly Weezordly color extravaganza

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malittlebelle:

since we can’t get it in the actual show here’s more neal-being-traumatized-because-rumbelle-sex

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