forever604
forever604:

Bethyl Game: My Favourite Bethyl Pic.

I wasn’t tagged but I really want to play!

It was really hard for me to choose because I love all the Bethyl pictures but this is definitely my favourite. This was when I went from tentatively shipping them to full on, hardcore shipping them. The way she takes his hand and leans on him and he doesn’t even flinch. A far cry from that first hug! I love how he’s looking down at their joined hands. He doesn’t even look puzzled or surprised. It’s like he just accepts it.  Their fingers are intertwined which I believe is the most intimate form of hand holding.

I just love it and I love them!

forever604:

Bethyl Game: My Favourite Bethyl Pic.

I wasn’t tagged but I really want to play!

It was really hard for me to choose because I love all the Bethyl pictures but this is definitely my favourite. This was when I went from tentatively shipping them to full on, hardcore shipping them. The way she takes his hand and leans on him and he doesn’t even flinch. A far cry from that first hug! I love how he’s looking down at their joined hands. He doesn’t even look puzzled or surprised. It’s like he just accepts it. Their fingers are intertwined which I believe is the most intimate form of hand holding.

I just love it and I love them!

livinweird

cubrone:

cubrone:

knightscrest:

dating an identical twin scares me bc what if i get them confused

i read a book once where this girl was romantically involved with this guy who had a twin and they would punk her all the time and be like which one is your boyfriend you have to kiss the right one and then it turned out one of them was evil and trapped her in a dungeon with a bunch of rats or some shit

but that’s like, worst case scenario

saltymangos
maarnayeri:

noor3amoor:

If these font sizes don’t speak to the relative value of Palestinian life, I don’t know what does.

In addition to the font size, its also the language surrounding the deaths.
Not only do we know of the two Israelis, but also their occupation (they were soldiers sent to kill) and where they were killed.
Over 300 Palestinians are just referred to as deaths. Anything that was once alive could die. Animals, foliage, etc. They couldn’t even say Palestinians. Even acknowledging the identity of the colonized and allotting them basic humanity is too provocative. No location, no root of cause (because then it’d have to be understood that Israeli aggression is indeed at fault). Just 330 deaths. It all exists in a detached vacuum.
But it does refer back to Hamas. No matter what happens to Palestinians, its implicitly suggested that Hamas is to blame. Everything Israel does is reactionary under the normalization of Zionist brutality. To someone who doesn’t understand the nature of Israeli settler colonialist violence, this could very well be understood as Hamas killing Palestinians. The only mention of Israel is through a victim narrative.

maarnayeri:

noor3amoor:

If these font sizes don’t speak to the relative value of Palestinian life, I don’t know what does.

In addition to the font size, its also the language surrounding the deaths.

Not only do we know of the two Israelis, but also their occupation (they were soldiers sent to kill) and where they were killed.

Over 300 Palestinians are just referred to as deaths. Anything that was once alive could die. Animals, foliage, etc. They couldn’t even say Palestinians. Even acknowledging the identity of the colonized and allotting them basic humanity is too provocative. No location, no root of cause (because then it’d have to be understood that Israeli aggression is indeed at fault). Just 330 deaths. It all exists in a detached vacuum.

But it does refer back to Hamas. No matter what happens to Palestinians, its implicitly suggested that Hamas is to blame. Everything Israel does is reactionary under the normalization of Zionist brutality. To someone who doesn’t understand the nature of Israeli settler colonialist violence, this could very well be understood as Hamas killing Palestinians. The only mention of Israel is through a victim narrative.