Hi my name is Samantha Ebony Dark’ness Dementia Raven Manson and I have short ebony black hair (that’s how I got my name) and a short ponytail and startling purple eyes like rare amethysts and a lot of people tell me I look like Grey Delisle (AN: if u don’t know who she is get da hell out of here!). I’m not related to Marilyn Manson but I wish I was because he’s a major fucking hottie. I have pale white skin. I’m also not a witch, and I go to a high school called Casper High in Amity Park where I’m in the ninth year (I’m fourteen). I’m a goth (in case you couldn’t tell) and I wear mostly black. I love Hot Topic and I buy all my clothes from there. For example today I was wearing a black crop top with a purple oval on it and a black and green plaid miniskirt, purple tights and black combat boots. I was wearing purple lipstick and black eyeliner. I was walking outside Casper High. It was snowing and raining so there was no sun, which I was very happy about. Tucker stared at me. I put up my middle finger at him.


black panther trailer got me like

anonymous asked:

I've made it so the building blocks at the tables in my (art) school represent different sexualities. Like my table has purple, white, and black blocks (asexuality), the table beside me has pink, yellow, and blue blocks and so on. It's really fun to see people point it out and he so excited about it.

This is awesome!!

anonymous asked:

Imagine Mal and Evie not wanting to put effort into Halloween costumes so they dress as each other and try to act like each other too for Halloween

“…This is supposed to be your costume?” Jay frowned, raising an eyebrow at Evie.

Evie held her arms out to the side and twirled, showing off with a smile.

“You like? I’m Mal!” she giggled.

Carlos joined in, fighting back a disapproving grimace as he took in the purple shirt with black, frilled sleeves and the ripped green pants, dotted with zippers and studs.

“You’re…wearing Mal’s clothes,” he noted. “That’s not a Halloween costume, Evie. You’re her girlfriend, you do that every day.”

“Does that mean I can take this off?” Mal piped up, her hands in the pockets of Evie’s leather jacket and glancing down at the black and cerulean blue dress.

“No,” Evie shushed her, refusing to let the boys dampen her spirit.

She crossed the dorm room to go over to Mal, adjusting the crowned heart necklace of hers that was now around Mal.

“Look you guys, we’re not just dressed as each other. It’s Halloween, it’s Come as you Aren’t night, obviously we’re going to act like each other too,” Evie said.

“Obviously,” Jay chuckled.

Carlos shook his head, sitting down on the foot of Mal’s bed.

“That, I’d like to see,” he teased.

“Oh please, it is not that hard being Mal. All you have to do is scowl, and sneer, and say things like “Say it again and see if I don’t knock your lights out, freak.”

Mal’s face twisted like she’d just gotten a whiff of wet Dude.

“Hey, E, quick question; do you know me like, at all?” she chided.

“That sounded nothing like Mal!” Jay laughed, getting an almighty kick out of Evie’s failure.

“Man, that’s rough,” Carlos laughed along with Jay.

Evie wore a scowl that had nothing to do with an impersonation of Mal, staring down her girlfriend.

“I suppose you can do better, M?”

“An impression of you? Yeah.”

Mal flipped her hair back, stepped forward in Evie’s black heeled shoes, stood in the middle of the floor, commanded the entire room, dramatically cleared her throat…

And put her hands on her hips.

“That’s Evie!!” Jay bellowed.

“That is her!” Carlos pointed at Mal and then clapped, wholeheartedly approving.

“Seriously??” Evie demanded.

Mal gave a bow, grinning wickedly at Evie’s pout.

“…Fine, you win,” Evie conceded.

Mal kissed her on the cheek. It was enough to melt the pout from Evie’s face.

“Ready for trick or treating?” Evie asked.

“Candy?” Mal’s ears perked up.


“Let’s do this.”

🎃 Samhain 🎃

On Samhain, also known as Halloween, the veil between worlds is at its thinnest. This allows for easier communication with spirits and improved divination. Samhain also celebrates the last harvest of the year and the beginning of the “darker half” of the calendar. Some people call it the witch’s new year.


  • Eat an apple or drink apple cider.
  • Light incense or a candle.
  • Honor your ancestors and deceased love ones.
  • Take a bath.
  • Decorate your altar.
  • Carve a pumpkin.
  • Divination.
  • Spells for protection, honoring the dead, abundance, and clairvoyance.
  • Go trick-or-treating.
  • Make a besom.
  • Take a walk outside.
  • Collect fallen leaves and acorns.


  • All black stones (obsidian, onyx, jet, etc.), clear quartz, amber, turquoise, smoky quartz, amethyst, beryl, fluorite, moonstone, lapis lazuli, bloodstone, peridot, and tiger’s eye.


  • Orange, yellow, black, purple, silver, gold, and white. 


  • Fire, besoms, pumpkins, gourds, jack-o-lanterns, nuts (especially acorns), and apples.


  • Mugwort, mandrake, cinnamon, sage, black pepper, hazel, rosemary, allspice, and catnip. 


  • African violet, cactus, carnation, and dandelion.


  • Dragon’s blood, sandalwood, cinnamon, heliotrope, mint, nutmeg, myrrh, and patchouli.