Step 1: Dominate the first two rounds to the point that you’re the only one the other team is worried about.
Step 2: Other team switches characters specifically to counter you and focuses fire on you (assisted by someone on the other team who *knows how you play* because we play together most of the time)
Step 3: Because the rest of your team can’t pick up the slack, get career bests in everything, but lose the match 3-2 anyway.


positive lady characters meme
catelyn stark + strengths and flaws (asked by holyathenas & anonymous)



“Ooh, my favorite. Now, let’s see…”

“This is off the record, you know.”

“Ugh. Fine. How about…” Piper drummed her fingernails on the empty Nuka-Cola bottle as she thought. A wicked grin spread over her face. “Are you…interested in anyone right now?”

“Really? You’ve never even heard of the game before, but you managed to ask the most cliche question possible?”

“Hey, that kind of gossip is always juicy. Now stop avoiding the question. Are you interested in anyone?”

Sole sighed and bit their lip, dragging it out for dramatic effect. “Well…yes.”

Piper grinned. “Who?”

Sole smiled innocently back. “Sorry, you only get one question, and you wasted it - no, stop pouting. It’s my turn now.” They grabbed the bottle away from her and set it spinning on the floor with a flick of their wrist. It finally wobbled to a stop pointing at Preston.

“Okay, truth or dare?”

“Uh…dare, I guess.”

Sole tilted their head in thought. They couldn’t be too mean this turn. Not to Preston. It’d be like kicking a puppy.

“I dare you to…switch hats with Hancock for the rest of the night.”

Hancock’s hand flew to his tricorn. “Hey, you leave me out of this.”

Preston shrugged helplessly. “Rules are rules.”

Hancock leaned away as Preston reached out his hand.

“Oh, for fuck’s sake,” Cait said, yanking the hat off of his head from behind and tossing it to Preston.

Hancock finally accepted Preston’s hat with a grumble and glared at Sole. They shrugged with an apologetic grin and handed the bottle over to Preston.

A few rounds later, Piper managed to land on Sole again. She smiled in triumph. “Finally. Truth or dare, Blue?”

Sole had picked truth every time so far, but the wicked glint in Piper’s eyes told them exactly what she was planning to ask.


Piper’s face fell. “Are you serious?”

They shrugged. “You leave me no choice.”

“Dammit. How about…I dare you to tell me who you’re interested in.”

“That’s not how it works, Piper.”

“Well, it should be.” As Sole watched her think, fuming at being thwarted, they began to wonder if it wouldn’t have been better to pick truth after all. Piper was probably trying to decide what would be the most traumatizing thing she could dare Sole to do without breaking the rules.

“Okay. I dare you…to kiss Hancock. On the lips.”

“Oh my god, that is the second biggest cliche in truth or dare. How are you doing this?”

“Don’t knock the classics. And stop stalling.”

Sole shook their head, suppressing a smile, and got to their feet. They didn’t appreciate the unspoken implication that kissing a ghoul was supposed to be unpleasant, but they were happy to take the excuse. They crossed the circle to where Hancock was sitting in the middle of the ripped couch, staring up at them with wide eyes.

“Is this okay?” Sole asked quietly.

Hancock swallowed hard, but nodded. Sole smiled and climbed onto the couch to straddle Hancock’s lap.

Sole heard a few gasps behind them, but their attention was focused on Hancock, carefully watching his face as they leaned in.

His lips were trembling as their mouths met. Sole kissed him slowly, gently, lingering until Hancock recovered from his shock and began to kiss back.

After a few seconds, his hands came up to rest on Sole’s waist. Sole took the touch as a cue to deepen the kiss, relishing Hancock’s startled moan against their lips.

“I think we get the point,” Nick said drily from the corner of the room where he’d been amusedly watching the others have their fun.

Reluctantly, Sole broke the kiss and leaned back, studying Hancock’s face again. They were relieved to find him looking dazed and disbelieving but clearly not unhappy. His hands hadn’t moved, still clutching tight to Sole’s waist. Even better, they could feel some pretty clear evidence that he had enjoyed the kiss beginning to arise where their hips met.

Sole turned to look at Piper without moving from Hancock’s lap.

“So,” they said with an almost smug smile as she gaped. “That answer your question?”


inevitably, my brain would take this route with a cat au.

aftermath of this cat day doodle.

Out of the top Art Ross candidates, Jamie Benn is the only one who was not a top 10 draft pick.

homoqueerjewhobbit  asked:

Hey, I'm writing a fight scene at a fancy restaurant. If my character had a choice of weapon between grabbing a fork or a butter knife (rounded point), which should they choose?

The fork.

It has pointy ends and it’s better for stabbing.

However, in a fight scene at a restaurant, it’s worth remembering all the other available pieces that will allow a character to smoothly transition between weapons. Most of the time, thought stops at the cutlery but a restaurant is full of makeshift weapons that will aid the characters in their fight if they’re clever enough to see them.


Heavy duty, ceramic plates are good for bashing, throwing if necessary. It’s usually a stage gag, but it works really well.

Wine. Water. Coffee.

Hot soup also works. Grab it off the table, throw it in their eyes to blind them to create opportunity for an attack.

Wine Bottles

If left at the table, the solid glass of the wine bottle can be useful for hitting. It’s not as heavy duty as a Jack Daniel’s bottle, but it’ll get the job done. This is even more true if the wine bottle has not yet been uncorked and is still full. Then, it functions as a makeshift club holding up against a great deal more abuse than an empty wine bottle which will break apart in your hands.


When dealing with multiple opponents, but if they’re light enough to be picked up and wielded then the chair’s legs can be used to deflect attackers and maintain distance while backing toward an exit.

If they are sitting at the table, a good basic combination would be:

-grab wine glass, throw wine into attackers face

-grab hold of their wrist, take fork, stab hand

-pick up plate, smash plate into face

-if it survives then possibly edge into throat or sharpened edge of now broken ceramic.

-exit hastily if enemy is no longer capable of fighting to avoid confrontation with local law enforcement.

Restaurants really are full of weapons, plenty of weapons, including many objects that the average person won’t regard as a weapon. You just have to sit down, adjust your perspective, think about it, and start getting creative.

This is all just in the main dining area, long before we move to even better areas like the food preparation and the kitchen. Remember, a lit cigarette can be a weapon. It’s all about how you think and how rough you’re willing to get.

The Ambush vs. The Preparation

Another thing to consider is whether or not this scene is planned out in advance by the characters rather than it being spur of the moment (such as them being ambushed or suddenly decide to attack). A character who is preparing to make their move can set themselves up with better options than a character who has to hit the “go!” button.

They can:

If there is a bar, they might order hot alcohol like a hot tottie which is a hot mixture of water, lemon juice, whiskey, and honey. The alcohol will burn when thrown into the face, the honey (or any kind of sugar) will ensure it sticks thus prolonging the burning. This is surprising thick for a beverage. Excellent for creating openings or tying up one attacker while moving in on their friend. (This is not an approach for kindly characters.)

Order any kind of red meat or food type that will ensure they have a steak knife. They may have come without weapons or been forced to leave their weapons at the door, but they can have some of them back with clever dinner pick.


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The New World shopping mall is a four storey former shopping mall in Bang Lamphu, Bangkok. After a fire it closed down in 1999 and not having a roof, the basement floor remains under several feet of water year round.
At some point in the early 2000′s neighbours began introducing a small population of exotic Koi and Catfish species apparently to control the spread of mosquitoes breeding in the stagnant water. The small group of fish began to thrive and the result is now a self-sustained population.

Pictures by Jesse Rockwell
From here and there

7th April 2016 - Evening, Fully Tracked

Ben Forster, Lisa-Anne Wood*, Nadim Naaman, Charlotte Vaughan*, Tim Morgan*, Christopher Dickens, Jacinta Mulcahy, John Ellis, Alicia Beck

All the swings were on because of all the understudies. I really like this cast, Ben and Nadim are good as always, Charlotte’s a fab Carlotta, Tim and Christopher had great chemistry and Tim had some fun ad libs, Lisa-Anne seems to be on so often and it shows in her confidence + her cadenza was lovely. It was a good show and one of the most respectful audiences I’ve experienced in Her Majesty’s. (If you list on your trading site please don’t copy paste this, listen and make your own comments or don’t put any notes next to it at all. I can’t stop you if you do, it just weirds me out a bit.)

Trade it, hoard it, play it for your dog, whatever, but gift it to anyone who asks. Download here.


I don’t recall the last time I’ve seen such a frantic Jun-kun looking so flusteredly cute before! (^_^)

Cr: Arashi ni Shiyagare 16.01.2016