The man’s voice spoke again: “Are you very tired?”

“Oh, tonight I gave you my soul and I am dead!” Christine replied.

“Your soul is a beautiful thing, child,” replied the grave man’s voice, “and I thank you. No emperor ever received so fair a gift.”

- Phantom of the Opera - Gaston Leroux

calonari replied to your post:

you have a certain power over people corseque, just like in got fandom.

I really hadn’t intended to affect anyone else; I’ve tried to be perfect at tagging everything so that anyone could opt out of OUAT if they wanted using Tumblr Savior. But I guess a lot of people don’t use Tumblr Savior, or they’re super patient with strange fandoms on their dash. Or they ran off long ago.

I like to think that the interest for another fantasy show would overlap for a lot of people. (I don’t expect everyone to enjoy my rapidly devolving Carlyle fascination, that is purely because I cannot help but angrily reblog.)

speaktruthful replied to your post

haahahaha, make that 22 people … :D

You are a sweet darling. My actual reaction to reading this:


Rules: In a text post, list ten meals, snacks, etc, you love. Don’t take but a few minutes, and don’t think too hard — they don’t have to be “right” or “great”, just some that you love to eat. Tag five friends, including me, so I’ll see your list. Make sure you let your friends know you’ve tagged them!

- Chocolate. Dove milk chocolate is my addiction. I keep a small jar of Dove Promises on my desk right next to my laptop. There’s not a day that goes by that I don’t enjoy at least one.

- Seafood. Just about anything that comes out of the water, I’ll eat. If it comes out of a shell, even better. Scallops, crab, and lobster are my nirvana foods, but I’ll never turn my nose up at a simple piece of cod, broiled and dressed with lemon and butter. On the rare occasion I’ll eat fried seafood, but I much prefer it naked and baked, broiled or steamed.

- Fresh, soft fruits, the kind you can only really get in warmer months. Melons, berries, peaches, nectarines, mangoes, that sort of stuff. The softer and juicer, the better. I buy a lot of packaged frozen fruit during the cold months.

- Cheese. Sometimes my dinner consists of nothing but cheese and crackers and fruit. Everything tastes better with cheese. And there is no such thing as too much cheese.

- Meatloaf, mashed potatoes and gravy and corn. The perfect comfort food meal.

- A thick slice of rare prime rib with a dollop of fresh horseradish, baked potato with butter and sour cream, and steamed asparagus. Yum!

- Soup. Any kind, cream or broth, veggie or loaded with meat or chicken. I practically live on soup during the colder months and generally make a big pot each weekend and eat from it during the week. Sunday’s pot was split pea with ham, carrots, onions and a generous splash of cream.

- Pasta. Any kind, any way. If it’s a noodle, I’ll eat it. 

 - I don’t eat them often, but every once and a while nothing hits the spot like a big order of french fries. Even better if they’re covered with a ladle of chili and a generous topping of shredded cheddar cheese.

- Liver and onions. If it’s prepared correctly, there’s nothing better. My grandma was the only person in my family who liked it besides me, so she would fix it for just the two of us every time I went to visit. I’ve been trying to replicate her recipe for years and haven’t had any success. I happened upon a restaurant about 30 miles from where I live that made it nearly as good as hers but they closed down a few years ago. I’ve been lacking in liver and onions lately. :(