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Super Silly Sportarobbie Headcanon...
  • There is one instance where Robbie loves sportscandy-related things…
  • Anything to do with baths.
    • Bath oils
    • Bath bombs
    • Bubble baths
  • Heck, drop some mint leaves into the water
  • He LOVES IT
  • He will come out smelling sweetly of apples or oranges
  • He will refute he used them at all
  • Sportacus loves this about him
    • Because he didn’t influence
    • Robbie already DID THIS
    • He already had ‘sportscandy’ scented stuff
  • Though he objects when Robbie puts actual sportscandy into the water
    • Like sliced lemons, grapefruits and oranges
    • “Tháts á wàsté øf Spörtscándy Røbbíé!” 
    • Whatever.”

“Trên cõi đời này, ước mơ và nỗi đau đời là chuyện chúng ta tự biết. Khi bạn kể với người khác, không biết chừng trong mắt họ, ước mơ của bạn là vớ vẩn, nỗi khổ tâm của bạn là thứ chẳng đáng nhắc tới. Bạn phải học cách dựa vào chính mình, bởi vì người đáng tin cậy nhất mãi mãi là bản thân.”

Ég Á Goðan Vin (English Translation)
Máni Svavarsson(English version by aleinnilatibae)
Ég Á Goðan Vin (English Translation)

so this is more of a Proof of Concept than anything else, I’m not the best singer (esp in this particular range) but I just…REALLY REALLY wanted to rewrite Ég Á Goðan Vin so it would fit in the show. 

Lyrics below the cut:

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Imperial Yellow 18th Century Fashion

I know, I’ve already made a yellow post before (you can check it HERE) but this very shade of yellow that came into fashion because of the Chinese influence became popular is just beautiful.

BTW I found a cotton velvet in this very shade and I think it would make a gorgeous riding habit!

Images from top:

  1. Back detail of a robe à l’anglaise (check out the buttons to wear it retroussée à la polonaise!!), ca. 1770s-1780s, Victoria & Albert Museum.
  2. French Brunswick jacket, 1765 - 1775, Victoria & Albert Museum.
  3. Dress, 1770s; men’s coat, 1790s, Fashion Institute of Technology.
  4. Dress made of 1740s Spitalfields fabric, 1770s, The Kyoto Costume Institute.
  5. Caitriona Balfe as Claire in Outlander, costume design by Terry Dresbach.
  6. French mitt, late 18th century-early 19th century, Museum of Fine Arts Boston.
  7. Floral robe á la polonaise, American, 1780-85, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
  8. Robe à la française, England, ca. 1760, LACMA.
  9. Embroidered vest, Norway, Nasjonalmuseet.
  10. Maternity outfit, mid 18th century, Sweden, Nordiskamuseet.