HAVE A LOLLIPOP

Grounded

I have a feeling that Bones grounds the crew members. Like instead of telling them that they have to go on medical leave he would just shout, “You’re grounded!”

Like can you imagine Bones marching up to the bridge and dragging Jim or Spock back to Sickbay grumbling about how they had been grounded from bridge duty, and were now going to be staying in Sickbay where they would be watched.

Can you picture Bones having lollipops for his patients? I feel like it was the only way to get Jim to stop whining and to get Spock to shut up. Like Bones just shoving one into their mouths so he can work in peace, and when it works he just starts carrying them around with his wherever he goes.

But Bones won’t give them a lollipop if they don’t come to Sickbay when they are hurt. He will treat them either way, but whether or not they get a lollipop depends on whether or not they make him chase them down. And if they are “grounded” and get hurt, then they don’t get one. Even Spock starts to be more willing to go to Sickbay, as long as he receives a lollipop.

Robbie would probably just eat everything sweet while sleep walking then flop onto the counter and just stay there until he woke up, covered in frosting and having at least one lollipop stuck to his face.

Last night’s dinner :) Archer loooooves sushi. He is way less of a picky eater than I was when I was young. I made sure to expose him to a variety of textures and flavors when he started eating (keeping things with refined ingredients to a minimum), and now he eats pretty much anything I put in front of him! I have some lollipops I keep around for emergencies, but if I bring a mango out he’ll drop the candy in a heartbeat. 😂

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symphoniclolita  asked:

Hmm hmm how about some of the cast of part 2 or 3.. as children on a playground?

(i cheated for the background but i hope you still like it)

someone needs to give these kids a lesson on playground safety

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My Elyza Lex Headcanon
  • Combat boots and black leather jacket
  • Can ride motorcycle
  • Probs an orphan
  • Australian af
  • Gay af
  • Literally gives zero fucks
  • Jokes even when being serious or moral or making a point
  • Unless it’s about Alicia’s safety
  • Almost always has to have something in her mouth (lollipop, toothpick, unlit cigarette because she’s trying to quit, Alicia’s koochie, etc.)
  • Zombie killing weapon preferences: Pistol, something blunt to swing, maybe double barrel shotgun
  • Calls zombies Zombies and not Walkers
  • Has tattoos (at least 3)
  • Artistic af
  • Plays guitar
  • Absolutely in love with Alicia Clarke
  • Madison doesn’t like her around Alicia but secretly kind of likes her in general maybe? (not romantically obviously)
  • Calls Madison ‘Mamma Clark’

sunshine-lollipop-swirls  asked:

Hi there! I hope you are having a good day, I was wondering if you had any advice on how to use chapters correctly? I find many of my chapters, at least in my first draft, are very VERY short, like, under 1000 words short. I want to lengthen them but I'm not sure how. Do I just squish multiple chapters together? Add more description? Thank you for your time, and have a magical day! :D

Don’t add anything that shouldn’t be added. You can combine chapters and separate them with some marks, that way readers know the story, or characters, is moving in space and/or time, but the main idea presented in the chapter remains.

Not every book has the same chapter length, some of them only exist to let us know about characters who still have no impact on the story but will at some point, basically these chapters help to avoid deus ex machina. Don’t forget about quality vs quantity, some stories are better told with few words.

Since stories don’t exist in the void, you also have to keep in mind the genre of your story and the audience you’re looking for. A thriller that’s too long, if not well told, makes people lose interest, a fantasy book that’s way too short makes us feel cheated.

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