You know you’ve watched too much Code Geass when...

1. You think it’s possible to take out your contact lens in a single swift hand movement.

2. You have a very poor understanding of how to actually play chess.

3. You sing “All Hail Britannia” in place of the English or American national anthem.

4. You can decipher the engrish of “All Hail Britannia”.

5. You try to predict everything someone else is going to say. You fail.

6. You take an orange with you everywhere you go so it can prove its loyalty.

7. You get suspicious of people with bloodshot eyes. The red rims might be Geass.

8. You no longer think “Carbon Copy” when you see the “cc” in an email.

9. When you get in a fight, the spinkick is the move you go for.

10. You think tiny hats are in fashion.

11. You take any opportunity to deliver a Lelouch-style monologue about how you will change the world. 

12. You spend your holidays abroad, searching for thought elevators.

13. You are confused as to why nobody uses Sakuradite.

14. You interchange the words “Nuclear missile” and “F.L.E.I.J.A.”

15. For you, the shower is the optimal place to angst.

16. When you get angry with someone, you straddle them and think that there is absolutely nothing weird about that.

17. You question whether past dictators were just playing a Lelouch gambit.

18. You’ve wanted to take over the world, at least once.

19. You think that a sword can easily combat a gun.


21. You are hyped to join a student council.

22. You are greatly disappointed upon discovering that real life student councils aren’t nearly as powerful as Ashford’s.

23. You endorse pizza hut wherever you go.

24. You inspect any overturned trucks in the hope of getting the Geass power.

25. You are shocked to find you can’t jump ten feet into the air like Sayoko.

26. You are wary of maids. They might be ninjas.

27. You are disappointed with real life’s narrow range of natural hair colors.

28. You consider the possibility that your memory has been rewritten, and you are actually the deceased anonymous freedom fighter on the news.

29. You think that your sibling might actually be an assassin pretending to be your sibling.

30. You’re jealous that experienced soldiers and freedom fighters don’t come to your school. Or do they?

anonymous asked:

Hey native one, which stereotypes aren't really offensive and they're more of a gigantic eyeroll?

Probably the ones that we can talk to animals and are ~super~connected~to~nature. As much as I would like to, I can’t talk to animals and I don’t have a little pet Raccoon following me around everywhere I go. 

Nor am I connected to nature. I’m a person, not some sort of fairy…I don’t have trees giving me advice, lmao

-The Native One

anonymous asked:

Hi, can you recommend me any books that aren't filled with cliches?

Welpppppp there are cliches everywhere you go. But I will do my best! :D

  • Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas—so many unconventional things, I love it.
  • I’ll Give You The Sun by Jandy Nelson—In a word, eccentric. Very different. I loved it.
  • Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
  • The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion—It’s a cute love story, unconventional and overall really sweet.
  • All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven—While there is a major cliche; boy meets girl, girl hates boy at first, then grows to appreciate/like/love him, it’s a very different way of going about it. The circumstances are not cliche, as books go. WARNING: It made me very upset, and triggered me a lot. So if you suffer from depression/suicidal thoughts/anxiety/or just don’t do well with mental illness talk, don’t read it until you think you can handle it. Look up spoilers, or something. Protect yourself if you are triggered.
  • Zodiac by Romina Russell—Yeah, there’s a teensy love triangle, and it’s a bit hard to get into at first, but it’s really interesting. Not many cliches that I saw (but I’m not always good at picking up on stuff like that)

So I hope those helped, Nonnie. Let me know what happens!

some jabroni reblogged my art, deleted the caption and self promoted by writing ‘barbietopia’ in katakana on it so I wrote ‘fuck off’ in katakana beneath it and now that versions going around everywhere nd im pretty sure ppl can’t/aren’t reading it n just assume we’re both saying something relevant alas many may nevr know abt our heated confrontation


Rules: Answer the following questions using only song titles by a single artist or group, try not to repeat songs. It’s harder than you think!

Artist/ Band : the beatles
What is your gender?: girl
Describe yourself: the fool on the hill
How do you feel?: getting better
Describe where you currently live: back in the ussr
If you could go anywhere where would you go?: here there and everywhere
Your fav form of transportation: magical mystery tour
Your best friend is: another girl
You & your best friend are: two of us
Favorite time of day: here comes the sun
If your life were a TV show, what would the title be: what goes on
What is life to you?: free as a bird
Your relationship: nowhere man
Your fear: maxwell’s silver hammer

i tag owiwa moonwild thetryforbabybutton thehighestmountains jimmywh0

I personally can’t keep up with my brainpower. I have these surprising ideas which overflows like I need to pick each parts of it since these are phenomenal and they won’t cross my mind ever again.

I do carry a notebook (even a single piece of paper) everywhere I go but that doesn’t seem enough to write it all down. Even my hands can’t catch up. 

anonymous asked:

Do you like sharing a bed? Which one of you is the morning person? What happens if you have a nightmare?

I’m going to answer this OOC :]

Caleb and Joshua are exactly the same person. I think what differentiates the two that Joshua is the real person underneath, and Caleb is just the illusion he wears to change other people’s perception of him, hopefully for the better. But overtime, when Joshua repeatedly pretends to be someone else that he isn’t, it became second nature to react how Caleb would react, talk to people how Caleb would talk, do what Caleb would do. Caleb exists with the exception of only when he is with a selected few others, when the facade is shed and Joshua comes through. In real life, I speak English everywhere I go, but as soon as I step into my parent’s house, I automatically speak Chinese without even thinking about it. I think that’s the same with Caleb, that whenever he’s with people he feels close to, whether that be Gerald, Vinca, or Briony, he automatically reverts back to Joshua. With that in mind, I will answer the questions.

Joshua wouldn’t enjoy sharing a bed, unless it’s with someone he emotionally feels close to, or else he would feel pressured to be Caleb. In that case, he would often face away from the person he’s sleeping next to, effectively creating a barrel to hide whatever imperfections he wants to hide. 

I think Joshua is an introverted person but with an outgoing personality in Caleb. After attending parties, socializing with banter and chatter, or even playing the piano for a ballroom dance, he needs to withdraw from the world for a little bit and just be by himself, and the best way to do that is either to wake up early or stay up late. Most of the time, it’s waking up early.

Were he to have a nightmare with someone in bed with him, and that person is Briony, he would cuddle up really close to her and fall asleep again. Were that person to be a stranger, he would only reach behind him trying to touch any part of this person’s body for the indication that he or she still sleeps on the other side of the bed. He just needs the assurance that he’s not alone, and that’s enough for him to slowly drift back to sleep. If he sleeps alone, he would wake up and pour himself a glass of scotch. He likely won’t go back to bed, preferring to fall asleep on the couch needing a change of scenery.



My series of paintings done for the Doctor Who comics series! (Well, the first three, at least… wink wink.) They are the covers of the #1 issues for each respective Doctor - Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth. It’s the first time I’ve released the artwork without the titles and whatnot - this was a MAJOR project for me this year, started all the way back in 2013 - I’m proud and honored to be so deeply involved with an official project like this. Here’s to more covers and Doctor Who in the future!


Nouveau Ancestors

Well, these took approximately a million years.  But hey, they’re done now, and I learned a lot long the way.  Unfortunately, I also lost the original order I wanted to put them in after they were paired up..  Oh well, first and last are still the same.