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This Is How It Starts, Our Life Together / Act 1 / Various x MC

Week 1 

Thursday:  Act 1


The trouble is Lord Mitsuhide doesn’t feel sensible around you. Not when you’re pouring his tea and leaning over him, the smell of fresh green leaves in spring tickling his nose. Why Lord Nobunaga would think this a good idea, he’ll never know, only that he’s now stuck between a rock and a hard place working in close proximity with you. A thrill courses through him, but that’s to be expected after five consecutive days together.

“Milord, may I start collating these files?”

When you both look up he feels himself slipping. His gaze sinks to the papers in his hands. He can’t let you know. He’s a gentleman. The perfect gentleman.

“Of course. Thank you.”

But he’s not privy to your thoughts, and if he could comprehend the state you’re in, he would drop those files and run out the door. Or drop those files and run to you. A buzzing under your skin races along your nerves, slithering and swirling through your system, to make an odd, tingling warmth in your stomach. Watching him melts your brain to soup.

You want to slip your sandal off and trail your socked toes up and down his thigh, where his hands perch lazily atop, drumming absentmindedly. You want to slide your fingers under the crisp fabric of his kimono and run your fingers across the muscle and veins and feel the beating pulse under your thumb. But most of all, you want to drag his mouth down and kiss that soft, dissolute mouth senseless.

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dust spirits

to fell a nation (REVAMP. )

fandom: League of Legends
pairing: Yasuo/Riven ( will be appearances from miscellanious champions )
rating: T for blood, swearing, and violence, will jump up later
summary:  After years of seeking out his elder’s killer, Yasuo is finally put on the right path & is prepared for his enemy’s pleas. Too bad she’s not asking for forgiveness.

It is true, we shall be monsters cut off from all the world; but on that account we shall be more attached to one another. - Mary Shelly, Frankenstein

Fortune. Luck. Fate.  He doesn’t care what you call it; life, in the end, is nothing more than some clusterfuck of coincidences tangled up together, and no amount of card reading or palm-tracing can say how it’ll all play out. Fortune telling was for the fools.

…but on a warm Saturday evening like this, flush with plum wine and real food, taking advantage the desert’s supposed ‘authentic’ prophet was impossible to resist.

“So you’ve come around. I was hoping I didn’t have to wait long.”
Perhaps it was for the best that the Unforgiven was tipsy. Sobriety would have made the resonating tones and glowering eyes rather eerie. Unsettling, even.

“ That loud, was I?”

“Your steps are not the most graceful in this state.” If he squinted, he might’ve caught the way the Seer’s fabric twitched upward as a smirk fits his lips.

“Aren’t you observant. “ With disgruntled sigh, he sits opposite the prophet and tosses some coins into the box settled between them.  “Let’s just get this over with.”

"Get what over with?” Said with slight chuckle, “You’re telling me you want to know that which you cannot yet perceive, just like that? I’m afraid reading your future is just a bit more complicated than you’d like it to be. “

Lips part, though the protest dies on his lips. He already made it this far, didn’t he?

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anonymous asked:

Hello!! I am working on a comic about a girl who turns into a werewolf at random chance, but is mistaken for a big dog and is adopted by her soon-to-be best friend. I don't know how to start the story. Do you you can give me a few prompts to start with perhaps? Thank you so much!!

I can try!!! :D

1. “So, this is basically my luck.”

2. “Okay, I know you weren’t human when I left.”

3. “Most friendships don’t start with kidnapping-or would that be dog-napping-but I guess we were never normal.”

4. “People are supposed to be scared of me. Why is this person PETTING ME?”

5. “I refuse to eat these treats-never mind, these are delicious.”

6. “Did you just talk?” 

7. “You’re a really awful werewolf, you know that?”

I hope this helped! :D

anonymous asked:

Can you do a Soprano 1, Soprano 2, Alto 1, and Alto 2 stereotype post? Lmao

Soprano 1: Always trying to out sing each other, usually hated or loved by the rest of the choir, no in between
Soprano 2: “Excuse me you voiced me wrong I’m a Soprano 1??”
Alto 1: Pretty chill, usually taking choir as an elective or the rare mezzo who isn’t too obsessed over choir voicing
Alto 2: Wants to sing tenor

anonymous asked:

I have a question for you, Jon. For a long time, I couldn't stand my mom. I'd just escape to my room. I had the epiphany last week that it was because she was a negative person. Every time I've brought it up, she's lost her temper, so I've just resorted to escapism. While I'm 26, circumstances have me stuck living with her. Any tips on how to manage it?

Hey anon - Living with a person in a toxic relationship is so hard. Thankfully, I don’t have a whole lot of practical expierence to offer you. 

My first thought is there is probably no benefit in “poking the bear.” If you mom is a negative person, it probably won’t accomplish much by point it out. I am not saying avoid her completely but I might either: 

1.) Try to avoid confrontation and work on eventually transitioning to your own place. 

2.) Sincerely try to understand your mom’s motivations and drivers and try to break down the barriers eventually and improve your relationship. 

I had a very strained relationship with Bio dad and over time I have come to see and understand why he made the mistakes he did when I was younger. I am not excusing them but I understand he is human and that he deserves the same level of grace I want for my mistakes… You might be able to find the same kind of peace with your mom - even if you have to be the grownup. 

Does anyone else have any suggestions for anon? 

erotetica replied to your post:               berrysphase replied to your post:               …                

   It’s just that after a certain number of years it’s easier to explain all those they-existed-but-who-were-they female characters with rule 63 Maglor. Like Legolas’ mom.    

I think the other theory was like SPONTANEOUS GENERATION or smth.

Also, elves would be one of those species where a single female elf having five zillion kids by five zillion fathers would….actually be physically/temporally possible. Maybe dwarves aren’t the only species with a vast disparity between the biological sexes.

actualmermaid replied to your post:                    shovel talk?                

   “Just before the Last Alliance, while Gil-galad and Elendil are attempting to get their live-for-today-for-tomorrow-we-may-die mortal/immortal doomed-romance groove on” this is exactly the dynamic I love for them omg    

:D :D :D ahhhhhhhh this is beautiful now that I have an audience of at least 1, I have to try to see if I can write something for them

gurguliare replied to your post:                    shovel talk?                

   re: b): “if you hurt him, i’ll kill him”    

“…and don’t forget about that time he lost his home and had to lead his people off of a sinking continent okay, he’s had enough problems already without–”

“Uh, which one of us are you talking about now?”

“Which one do you *think* I’m - oh. yeah. right”

crocordile replied to your post:                 shovel talk?                

   letter A) though aw :((    

I just……really love the idea of Narvi being all *side-eye* about Annatar (and like, the dwarves in general being sort of side-eye about him, because he doesn’t quite ping as what they would expect of a maia of Aule…) even though my ideas about what time period Narvi lived during tends to be very multiple choice :)

thelioninmybed replied to your post: berrysphase replied to your post:                   thelioninmybed…”

  Maglor-As-Fairy-Bride would actually make my horrible ‘all the fellowship are related’ theory work much better so…great! I fully support female Maglor…as in her existence, not as in her murders and child abductions.       

Well, you know, if Maglor was a woman, we’d have absolutely ZERO issues with fans going “but but but, it’s so ~HEROIC of her to ~RESCUE those kids from the massacre she caused when she could have killed them instead!!!” It’d all be on the other extreme, with ppl shock-gasping about the horror of this selfish-kid-stealing-obsessed-wannabe-Other-Mother in denial stealing kids like those women on the news who get caught swiping babies out of hospitals, because women can’t have have complex or rational or non-emotion-driven motivations hahahaha lol whoever would think that

…………..no I didn’t just accidentally stumble into a particularly vile corner of the fandom just an hour ago why would you say that

1.trying to draw something cute
2.kay the sketch is cute enough,
3.allright draw lines over the sketch…
4.guesss it became little ugly but still not bad not bad..
5.and put some flat color…
6.and shade…
7. anddd……WTF??
8.?????wut the hell is this trash?????????????
9.*soundless screaming

anonymous asked:

While overall I think you have a great grasp of your muse, sometimes he's not cruel or manipulative enough.


// Not sure which interactions you’re referring to here but I actually have a couple of reasons why I play him less ‘in your face’ than I could.

1) I try to stay as close to canon as possible and while interacting with people outside of his schemes who are not opposing him/part of his plans (such as the Riku family), Doflamingo (in many cases) doesn’t actually get cruel unless they provoke him directly, for example: 

- he only slices Oars’ leg off after the giant tries to crush him

- he only threatens the government official after the guy tries to keep him in line/talks down to him

- he only threatens his henchmen after one of them laughs about Pica’s voice

- he only starts to fight Violet after she gets in his way

- he only fights Crocodile after he rejects his offer/attacks him

- he lets Baby 5 destroy the patio and only lifts a finger to stop/control her once he needs her for a mission (and that after she fires a frickin’ round straight at his face..)

While Doflamingo does undoubtedly have psychopathic/sadistic tendencies, he’s rarely seen going around torturing/manipulating people unless it’s part of a greater objective. He’s more strategic and methodical than outright bloodthirsty and many people don’t give him credit for that.

Sure, he enjoys toying with the marine soldiers while he’s waiting for the Shichibukai meeting to start but also stops almost immediately after Tsuru lectures him. 

Because inflicting harm isn’t as important to him as his agenda.

2) If I would let him destroy every muse he interacts with, things would get boring really quickly (for me at least)

APH Estonia Week: Day 02

Happy Monday. c: Here are your prompts for today:

1. Moon
2. Rain
3. Spring
4. Distance
Bonus historical prompt: Estonian national awakening

Need some AU ideas? Give these a try!

1. Magical Girl/Boy
2. Theatre
3. Mythology
4. Dystopian

Need that perfect ship for that perfect AU? Why not give these a go?

1. Belgium
2. Finland
3. Poland
4. Prussia

As always, these prompt lists are merely suggestions to help you get started. You’re free to make whatever you like!

When you’ve made something and you’re ready to post, don’t forget to use the fest tag, apheeweek, so we’ll all see it! I’ll be reblogging your posts throughout the day. Good luck and have fun!

  • <p> <b>What she says:</b> i'm fine<p/><b>What she means:</b> in the first season of Skam, Isak is told by his best friend that "he only knows gay songs", and then when we get to know him again in season 3 we find out he nowadays listens to music that makes him feel tough. That that's the specific reason for it. We get a deep insight into this image of heterosexuality he's trying to project, and that dissonance in characterization makes it clear that it's something he's forcefully constructed in the last year. There are many more explicit examples of his internalized homophobia, but this one strikes me as especially heartbreaking because it's a direct response to something that was meant to be a casual remark, but had a deep impact on shaping his self image.<p/></p>