'the RIGHT one obviously!'

A Woman's Personality

(Check your Venus Sign)

The Urban Sophisticate: LEO, SAGITTARIUS

Her strengths: This woman is funny, hot, and spontaneous. When you walk into a room with her, everyone stares at you in envy. Neil Strauss, the author of the best-selling dating memoir The Game, puts it simply, “This is the kind of girl everyone wants, and it makes you feel awesome when you’re the one who has her.“ 

Her weaknesses: "You need enormous confidence to date a woman like this,” Strauss says. “She gets off on attention, but you can’t get jealous.” If you’re independent, you’ll dig her ambition, but make sure she wants you–and not just the ego boost you provide. 


The Arty Hipster: PISCES, GEMINI

Her strengths: She knows where all the dive bars are and all the art shows with free wine. She’s exciting and stylish, but not as untouchable as the urban sophisticate. “She actually likes nerds and intellectuals,” says Ian Coburn, author of God Is a Woman: Dating Disasters. And she actually cares about culture. “She can be great for a guy who wants to learn more about art and music,” says Ian Kerner, Ph.D., a relationship therapist and the author of She Comes First. 

Her weaknesses: Do you keep going after her because you hope her cool will rub off on you? If your interests don’t match, don’t expect to just coast along on her taste. “Girls like this have opinions,” Kerner says. “And they want you to know the difference between Jonathan Adler and Jonathan Richman.”


The Vegan Yoga Gal: AQUARIUS, LIBRA

Her strengths: She’s got great skin and a long neck, and she gives you long back rubs with wacky oils. All that deep breathing means she rarely flies off the handle, and you value this perhaps even more than you value her amazing, high, tight rear, which is saying a lot. Strauss says, “This is a woman who really wants to make a deep connection with life, and a man who wants the same could be really into her.” Fisher says that independent, analytical, or creative guys could find her alternative view fascinating. 

Her weaknesses: Remember, Strauss notes, “These women are almost exclusively interested in men who are into the same stuff they are.” Love her, love her lifestyle.  


The Alpha Female: VIRGO, ARIES

Her strengths: She graduated from college in 3 years and went right to law school without taking a vacation. She’s hard to keep up with. Ironically, it’s not the alpha dog who should try dating her. “A scientist, artist, or teacher will do well with this woman,” says April Masini, author of Date Out of Your League. “If you’re not interested in power plays, she won’t fight you." 

Her weaknesses: She has a lot in common with alpha males, but these relationships are too intense. "They can’t make time for each other,” Fisher says. Coburn cautions that pushover types are often attracted to such women, and some alpha females – the sadistic ones – are attracted right back. “Obviously, if this is your dynamic, it isn’t good.”  


The Intimacy Junkie: CAPRICORN, SCORPIO

Her strengths: She goes to yoga, too, but it’s the easy kind that’s more about “connection to the self” than sculpting a smoking bod. So what if she’s a little in your face. The sex is amazing. Strauss likes women like this. “She is the best kisser in the world. Very intense, very into connecting.” Fisher says independent men will love such a deeply verbal gal, and Kerner thinks all men should date someone like this. “Most men need help learning to communicate, and she will help them." 

Her weaknesses: The intimacy junkie makes you feel great at first. She’s so into you and your feelings. Analytical men will find themselves easily ensnared in her macramé web. "He will be super into her at first, but there’s going to be a lot of talk about the ‘meaning’ of the relationship, which might cause it to implode,” Fisher says. 


The Happy Homemaker: CANCER, TAURUS

Her strengths: She’s no gold digger – all she wants is a Volvo wagon and a nice, cozy three-bedroom. She wants to have your kids, take care of them, and take care of you. “Some guys draw a great deal of ego satisfaction from providing for a family, and there is nothing wrong with that,” says Masini. A man who grew up in a very traditional household will love her, and, conversely, a guy who grew up with domestic chaos craves this woman for the stable home she provides. 

Her weaknesses: Remember that when she says she’s not going to work, she means it. Career-minded men could be happy with an arrangement that allows them to focus on their work while she manages his domestic life. But if the financial stress builds, you may not be able to convince her to get a job. 

Ok so all of Gotham knows that Timothy Drake-Wayne is dating the Red Hood. Vicki Vale knows it, WE employees know it, Richard Grayson even made a statement that was about three minutes of laughter and “yeah, of course, if that’s what you wanna call it.”

Timothy Drake-Wayne and Red Hood are totally dating.

And that’s why, when someone captures a photo of Tim on a date with a mysterious stranger, everyone wonders why the fuck Tim is cheating on Red Hood with this guy.

(It doesn’t help that this guy is devilishly handsome too)

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This looks like the missing scene we should of got where Stiles received his acceptance letter to George Washington University. Scott is obviously the first one to know. But right when Stiles opens it, he just throws it to Scott and starts running downstairs to tell his dad. I bet the Sheriff took Stiles and Scott to a high class- fancy dinner place that same night to celebrate.

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“Do you remember what I said to you when you told me you were a lesbian?”
“’Thank god you finally said it’?”
“After that.”
“…’You better find a girl who deserves you’.”
“Yes! That! And this might be so shocking to you, but a murderous vampire isn’t what I had in mind!!”

Carmilla + Favorite Familial Relationship: Laura Hollis+Dad (requested by @bi-dominusrex)

[Send me a fandom and a number]

“uggggh
“what’s up, carrots?”
“i just realized. she’s totally the villain, isn’t she? that’s gonna be the twist.”
“what, this little sheep? nah. i don’t see it.”
“willing to bet five bucks?”
“i’ll take that action, fluff.”

“what? no, no! that’s the fourth plot-twist villain in a row!”
“hah! assuming we don’t die in the next ten minutes you totally have to pay up!”

i don’t know how much y’all know about suicide and mental health and shit but please do not bash on how 13 reasons why portrayed it because they did everything right. not for one second was hannah’s death romanticized. obviously, that scene could be triggering for some people but please don’t say it encourages suicide? talking about suicide has never ever been proven to increase the chance of suicide, talking about it openly in the media or with a professional has decreased the chance of suicide. 

I will never hurt her. I will never hurt anybody intentionally, especially not you… anymore than I already have. And in return I ask: never take your eyes off me. Never trust me, and that is the best friend that you can be. You can like me, I would love that, but… and in fact, I hope that I can earn your like. I just never want to earn your trust.

opens mouth to yell, does not stop

Signs As Woman’s Personality

The Urban Sophisticate: LEO, SAGITTARIUS

Her strengths: This woman is funny, hot, and spontaneous. When you walk into a room with her, everyone stares at you in envy. Neil Strauss, the author of the best-selling dating memoir The Game, puts it simply, “This is the kind of girl everyone wants, and it makes you feel awesome when you’re the one who has her.“

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I’ve been thinking about how some bantering between Stephen Strange and Tony Stark would go. I hope they do that in the next movie and I imagine it would be hilarious. I am interested in how you think it would go. -Requested by @punken316


“… So.”

“So.”

The tension in the air was almost tangible. Maybe it was a bad idea to convince your new friend Stephen Strange to meet your good friend Tony Stark. But Stephen was a sorcerer, and could be a potential valuable member to the Avengers. After all, he already saved the world once. The only problem was getting past the awkward first-meeting stage.

Tony cleared his throat after a long, uncomfortable moment of silence. “… So you’re friends with (y/n), I see.”

Stephen kept his gaze even, like he was trying to stare into Tony’s soul. “Yes, that’s right.”

“That’s… cool.” Tony shifted in his chair. “And… how long did you say you knew each other for again?”

“A month.” 

“That’s… nice.” Tony turned to you. “And you trust this guy that you’ve met for a month, right?”

You nodded your head, “With my life. Stephen’s a good guy, Tony. You can trust me on that.”

“Mm.” He studied the sorcerer with contempt. It was all-too obvious that he didn’t like the guy. “So Stephen, tell me about yourself. (Y/n) mentioned you were a magician. Do you do, like, party tricks or something?”

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Maeve is a proven liar

Forget anything Maeve has said prior to EOS. Forget it. Its most likely bullshit.
Why?
Brannon tells Aelin in EOS when she ask about Maeve to be specific. This tells us the reader something big. He knows, or at least has an idea of what she is. But he cant say, unless the right questions are asked. Obviously Aelin ask the wrong one because his reply to whether or not she is Valg is “no, but cold as one” .
Not “No, shes Fae.” Or “No she’s the Fae Queen Maeve.” Its a flat out No. And more importantly Aelin has already figured out shes not fae or she wouldnt be asking. Food for thought.

mysilenceisamask  asked:

Supercat #18

Kara threw open the door to her apartment, barely remembering to slam it shut, stomping all the way to the dining room table. She sat down furiously, opening her laptop, hitting the call button, waiting impatiently as she chewed her lip until the video box popped up on screen.

“I’m coming,” she quickly spat before she could lose her nerve.

“You’re…what?” Cat looked at her like she had six heads.

“Wherever you are, whatever you’re doing, I’m coming,” she nodded, rocking a little as she crossed her arms. “To join you…in your new endeavor. Whatever that might be.”

“I see,” Cat exhaled, rubbing her temples. “And why, exactly…”

“I just can’t do it anymore,” the younger woman began to crack, eyelids filling, threatening to spill. “Alright?”

“Meaning?”

“Work for CatCo,” Kara admitted, looking anywhere but at the screen. “Be a reporter. Slave away for a person who will never give me the satisfaction of letting me know when I’ve done something right. Any of it.”

She failed to mention all of the non-work related reasons why she felt like her life was spiraling out of control.

Cat watched her closely, trying to gauge just how serious this quarter-life crisis was going to be.

“Okay,” she finally shrugged.

“That’s…wait, really?” she startled, not expecting that response. “You’re…really okay with…because you did say I would always have a job with you, wherever…”

“Yes, darling, I remember it well,” Cat replied familiarly. “I know exactly what I said, and I meant it.”

“Oh…okay. Good.”

“Except I don’t have a job for you just yet,” she continued. “My next endeavor currently consists of taking a road trip cross-country to visit with publishers, eating as many tacos as one human can reasonably consume, all while trying to write something that will be of interest to anyone other than myself and my teenage son.“ 

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have some sketches of pidge in an art school AU I’m thinking about

Too Right To Be Wrong [Chapter 8]

mood board by my love @memoiresofaneternaldreamer

Chapter 8 of Too Right To be Wrong

Prologue  Prologue 2  Prologue 3  Prologue 4  Ch1  Ch2  Ch3  Ch4  Ch5  Ch6  Ch7

Series Genre: Smut/Angst/Fluff


“What the fuck did you just say?” Mark shot back.

His heart was racing. Not only was he nervous that the massive repercussions of his actions were finally coming to a head, but he was pissed. You weren’t Jaebum’s girlfriend anymore, you were HIS girlfriend.

“You heard me,” Jaebum said, stumbling out of his chair.

He fought to keep his balance as he made his way towards Mark.

“You’re drunk, Jaebum,” Mark scoffed, trying to help him stand upright.

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anonymous asked:

Hello, Harry what is Draco's favourite book?

Draco: Um… I’m right here?

Harry: *laughs*

Draco: Well, I can’t name just one obviously, but right off the top of my head, let’s see… Great Expectations, David Copperfield - Dickens, absolutely brilliant.

Harry: *teasing* He loves Jane Austen.

Draco: Well, what’s not to love? The woman was brilliant. Yes, anything by Jane Austen.

Harry: And here I thought you’d be naming Shakespeare and… George Orwell and all.

Draco: *trying not to laugh* Baby, those two weren’t even contemporaries!

Harry: Whatever, did they write anything about Quidditch?

Draco: I don’t think so, no.

Harry: *grumpy* Right, so I don’t care.

Draco: God, I love you.

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So a lovely person bought me this ATTLG companion book called A Matter of Time and I’m kind of in love with the art (and the book obvs) so I wanted to share some of my favourite (so far) pics. The top two are from Alice’s side, the bottom three are in Tarrant’s. I haven’t gotten to Mirana or Iracebeth’s side yet so maybe more pics to come 

1 - Hatter shooing Alice from his house
2 - In the book, Alice and Tarrant took Time with them in the Chronosphere to stop the Queens (which is different from the movie but listen I love Time so YES)
3 - LITTLE EIGHT YEAR OLD TARRANT HAVING A MUD FIGHT.
4 - Hatter made a hat for Alice in the book (would have taken place right after the “it’s you!” hug)
5-  Tarrant and Zanik hugging but look at the onlookers (Alice!) in the back

This book isn’t 100% canon to the movie but I don’t mind the changes. There’s a lot of little detail too… some things I desperately wished were in the movie. Might post a few of those quotes later if anyone would be interested?