anonymous asked:

Ok , I mean this in the MOST respectful/curious way! What is it about OutlawQueen that makes you ship them , because you being a lesbian (respectfully asking I promise!) lol is actually so interesting! Like what is it that you so love about OQ , Cuz I absolutely adore them! For many reasons

How can I appreciate non-gay people in love because I’m gay???

I mean, you don’t have to identify a certain way to think two people are absolutely amazing together.


And I’m not trying to be snarky or rude, I just don’t get this mentality of ‘but….but you’re a lesbian and….and they’re hetero…’

I love the way Robin has not once wavered in how he feels about Regina. I love that he’s patient with her. I love that she wasn’t immediately sure of herself. I love that he gave her time and she found him when she was ready. I love that she didn’t let the tattoo mean she HAD to be with him, but rather let her know she was in control and she could tell him - or not - and had the ball in her court. I just really love a lot about it.

I don’t really understand why it’s so interesting that a lesbo appreciates all sorts of couples.


phantoms-lair asked:

Question about Ghosting in the Rain. How do they handle Lewis's costumes in the movies? Like, does he have an actual wardrobe, or does he change his projection to match what the script calls for? Did he do that once and the Wardrobe Dept got upset about them being obsolete and now he just vanishes his suit so he can wear the costumes? These are the things my brain wonders about. :P

Well I mean their department wouldn’t be COMPLETELY obsolete.  They’d still be making the costumes for the other characters.

But that is an adorable thought.  Like, maybe with the first film they didn’t realize he could change his appearance like that, and they made him a full costume and he felt guilty about just being able to create the appearance of one out of thin air.  So he graciously takes the costume, says “thank you,” and just like.  Steps into it.  Holds it up and walks right through the material until he’s wearing the suit.  And he alters the rest of his appearance to match.

The filming doesn’t go as smoothly as they’d hoped because now Lewis not only has to focus on actin and maintaining a projection but he also has to consciously hold up a physical form so the suit doesn’t just like crumple to the ground and leave his naked ghost butt projection exposed.  It’s a little distracting trying to focus on all this at once.

After the filming is done he asks Arthur to find some way to tell the costume department that he’ll be able to handle his own wardrobe from now on and they can just focus on the other characters.

anonymous asked:

So how do we know we are saved or not? I follow jesus ad his words, adore him and let him control my life. I take my sins to him and bed for forgiveness. But an I saved it am I fooling myself to believe I am? Would I still do all that and live like him but still be unsaved?

This is one of those topics that Christians love to argue about. Are we “once saved always saved”? Or is it possible to do something so bad that our salvation gets revoked? And if that happens, can we earn it back later by being good enough? So many things to debate, but what does the Bible say about how permanent salvation is? (NOTE: If you aren’t familiar with the term “salvation,” it might be helpful to read this article: What is salvation? What am I living my life for?)

Defining a “Christian”

First, let’s define what it really means to be a Christian. It might be helpful to list a few things that will NOT automatically make a person a Christian.

Being a Christian is NOT determined by:

…saying a special prayer.
…walking down an aisle when people are called to the front at church/youth group.
…being raised in a Christian family.
While all those things are fine and good, they are NOT what makes a Christian a Christian. The “salvation prayer” is not like a password into the Kingdom of Heaven. Being raised in a Christian home doesn’t mean that you become saved by osmosis. So what IS a Christian?

An honest to goodness Christian is a person who has, by faith, accepted and fully trusted in Jesus Christ as the one and only Savior for his or her sinful life (John 3:16; Acts 16:31; Ephesians 2:8-9). It’s as simple as that. God offers an amazing, undeserved gift, and then we choose to take it—even though we never did anything to earn it (Romans 5:8).

Defining “salvation”

Now that we’ve defined a Christian, let’s look at the truth about what salvation through Jesus Christ really is. According to the Bible, when you accept Jesus as your Savior, the following things become true about you:

You are “a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come” (2 Corinthians 5:17)!
You are “redeemed from the empty way of life handed down to you from your forefathers, but with the precious blood of Christ, a lamb without blemish or defect” (1 Peter 1:18-19).
You are “justified through faith” because “we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ” (Romans 3:22; Romans 5:1). To “justify” means to “declare righteous.” If you have received Jesus as your Savior, God says you are acceptable to Him.
You are promised eternal life in Heaven with God (John 3:16) and a perfect, glorified body when you get there (Romans 8:30).
Knowing that all of these things are true about salvation, what would it mean then if we were to lose it? What would the implications be?

If you could lose your salvation, then that would mean that God canceled and reversed you as a new creation; that God rejected the payment that was made for you with the blood of Christ; that God went back on His word to redeem you, give you eternal life, and to glorify you. Would God really do that? Can you be un-made as new? Can you be un-redeemed? Is eternity not really forever? Absolutely not!

God always keeps His promises (Numbers 23:19), and He is faithful to us even when we don’t deserve it (2 Timothy 2:13). There is nothing we can DO to make Him love us more or less (Romans 8:39); His love is unconditional (1 John 4:16). Salvation is a gift from God, not something we can earn or lose (Ephesians 2:8). So in case it isn’t clear:

Once you have been saved, NOTHING NOTHING NOTHING can take away your salvation!

No matter what sin you commit or what you do or don’t do in your lifetime, your salvation is secure. If you have believed that Christ is your Savior, you WILL be saved (Acts 16:31). But! Not to burst your bubble, but being saved doesn’t mean you get to do whatever you want now. ;-)

Salvation does NOT give us rights to sin all we want.

The apostle Paul talked about how just because God gives us grace, that doesn’t give us the right to take advantage of Him: “What shall we say, then? Shall we go on sinning so that grace may increase? By no means! We died to sin; how can we live in it any longer?” (Romans 6:1-2)

Just because you are guaranteed eternity in Heaven, that doesn’t mean that you get to sin as much as your little heart desires. God has given us an amazing gift, and our response ought to be obedience to Him (1 John 3:6). Think of it this way: just because you know your mom will (eventually) forgive you for breaking a window, that doesn’t mean you should.

If you have truly accepted Christ as your Savior, then you will no longer desire to continually live in sin (1 John 3:6-9). Yes, a Christian will still sin; we can’t help it because we are infused with it from birth (Galatians 5:17; Romans 3:23). But we will feel convicted by the Holy Spirit to correct that behavior (John 16:8). Because of God’s grace, we are no longer slaves to those sinful desires. Because of Jesus, we get to CHOOSE NOT TO SIN.

But what about Christians who love their sin and/or accept Christ only to deny or reject Him later in life?

Those are two of the big objections to the concept of eternal salvation that we can never lose. But remember when we defined what a “Christian” is at the beginning of this article? A true Christian doesn’t want to keep living in sin; there will always be conviction from the Holy Spirit (1 John 3:6). A true Christian would not completely deny Christ (1 John 2:19). We need to go out on a limb here and say that such a person may not have been saved in the first place.

Yes, sin is going to happen. Being tempted is going to happen. But a true Christian is always going to feel that little tug that says, “This is not a good idea.” The person who is a slave to sin doesn’t feel any sort of conviction and just goes forward without a second thought.

No, a Christian cannot lose salvation. Nothing on this earth can separate a Christian from the love God offers to us (Romans 8:38-39). Nothing will ever take God’s hand away from His children (John 10:28-29). Our Heavenly Father is both willing and able to keep His promise of salvation forever and ever.

"To Him who is able to keep you from falling and to present you before his glorious presence without fault and with great joy—to the only God our Savior be glory, majesty, power and authority, through Jesus Christ our Lord, before all ages, now and forevermore! Amen." —Jude 24-25  God bless you!!!  Maranatha!!!  :):)

anonymous asked:

Hey, Ruka-senpai how do you feel about being asked the same questions more than once? it must be quite tiring ㅠㅠ

AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA omg you adorable anon pfff… i feel sorry for my dash who has to continue READING the same thing.  I was in process of ranting a small rant (now i feel bad and embarrassed about posting it x.x;;) 

i think it’d be lovely if people just take their time to ‘google’ for source and fact check. Everyone learns this in school like at age 10-12 I think?. Just don’t jump into conclusion that “oh i heard from so and so, Narita said Shizaya is canon so it’s canon!” If I saw that on tumblr, I’d be like “Where did you hear this? Where did you read it? Was it a reliable source? Can you translate this?” etc? Why are people just posting half-truth and selected translations to twist it to mean what they want? x.x;;; 

That’s like someone who goes “Oh yes, there’s 9,999 sources that says vaccine doesn’t create autism but there’s ONE doctor of unreliable source without proper research that DID say it so yes, Vaccine = Autism! I’m not having my kids vaccinated!”  like… really?

And hey, if I’m incorrect, I’d love to be corrected. I don’t like to spread false rumors. I’d quickly apologize and rectify my mistakes.

I’d love you fandom more if you guys just… educate yourself and fact-check before asking me questions or even before posting random inaccurate rumors onto durarara and shizaya tags.  

Honestly, me and rinmatsuoka enjoy talking about cute fanfic ideas or headcanons and AU stories just like what everyone else seems to get in their ask boxes…. instead we get ‘hey what did the novel say about shizuo and izaya. I just want a cheat sheet’ x.x;  If people are asking this because they want to be better rper or fanfic writer or whatever, PLEASE READ THE NOVELS sob.

leadsyoutoyourfate replied to your post:Rise of the Guardians AU;


((I’M RIGHT THERE WITH YOU I WANT TO UTILIZE IT SO BAAAAD I mean Luna who can’t experience emotions due to her not having the hormones involved to really feel? Luna who low-key asks the witch lady if it would be possible for her to regain any of this feeling or even have a normal appearance once more? Luna seeing her real face for the first time in eighty years! Also having to deal with the awful realization that even her wee babies are gone now that she can grieve D: I’ve thought about this AU a ridiculous lot maaaan))

anonymous asked:

you've expressed that you watched once upon a time. who are your favorite characters and who are characters you're 'meh' about?

Just so you all know I’m not fully caught up yet, like I just finished the first episode for Season 4 and to be quite honest the show’s been pretty hard for me to watch since Season 3. WELL to answer your question (which I can).

I absolutely adore Regina to be honest. 

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persikute asked:

Hello love, I am absolutely infatuated with your writing! And I was wondering if you could write something similar to Revolutionary but based on J. Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" (the film adaptation where Keira Knightley is starring). Hope that I'm not asking too much ( I can only imagine how busy you are with everyone else asking the same thing) but it would mean the world. Once again - adore your writing, all love, A.

Very busy! hehe

Please don’t hate me, I would love to write this, but I have neither read nor seen Pride and Prejudice (I CAN’T READ OLD ENGLISH AND IT ACTUALLY PAYNES ME BECAUSE ITS ALL I WANT TO DO WITH MY LIFE IS READ CLASSICS but I unfortunately can’t read old English but I have tried.) I’m so sorry. If I watch or read it I will definitely write your request I promise. I’m so so so so so sorry that I’m not able to write it right now :( 

I appreciate your support and I feel so badly that I can’t show you how much I appreciate it! I’m so sorry! Feel free to request something else. Oh my God, I’m so so so so sorry! </3

I hope you have a lovely day/night!

anonymous asked:

your writing is amazing and i absolutely adore your clexa texting au its so perfect!! can I ask you how many parts you're planning on doing? and I know you just posted that last part, but I would just love to see another if you have time for it :)

thanks sunshine :) i honestly have no idea how many parts there will be to it - there are nine now and with what i have sort of planned out there could be a lot. i mean, they have to meet. and then there could be dates maybe. and i could work in other stuff like lexa being jealous that raven modelled for clarke (she modelled for the whole class, lexa, it wasn’t like it was just her and me in a small room) (still. it’s not fair) so lexa models for clarke and obviously they should kiss at least once and then i don’t know, maybe some other stuff

no update today, buddy, i have a headache and i need a nap. soon though x