adding tags really isn't my thing is it

You Teach Me How to Live

PIETRO MAXIMOFF x Plus Size Reader

Pietro has a big, elaborate speech. 

Content: Fluff, declarations of love, lots of character mentions

Pietro was always running around the facility, leaving a trail of blue mist in his wake and never pausing for a second. You thought it was fascinating the way he sped through life but still got to see all of it, the way the world moved around him from his point of view. He was here, and then there, all in the span of a nanosecond, but he could tell you exactly what he saw as he moved from space to space. You liked to watch him train, watch him speed past bullets and arrows and knock people off of their feet. 

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anonymous asked:

What's your art tag?

I’ve added a #SloppyArt tag to things for you Anon, but I’m also letting you know I have over 1300 posts and while mega-editing tags helps ease the pain I couldn’t be bothered to go through and find every single ask that has had art drawn in reply, so for now this tag just covers posts that are art without prompts. 

This blog is 90% my own content and the vast majority of the things I reblog from other people are posts related to my AUs. A decent chunk of my content is asks / headcanons /or fanfic. All of which I feel are as important to this blog’s archive as my art is. So I’d honestly rather you browse the full experience and just use the AU index and AU tags to sort through specific posts rather than just skipping to look at only the art. But if you really want to, there now a tag for that. You’ll miss some gems though that are in the ask answers.


So tumblr totally showed me my own post for their new ‘search’ feature. I really dislike this change a lot, btw.


There seems to be some mass confusion regarding my countdown edits: they are NOT official :) just from my brain. I just like giving things that “promo” look by adding the BBC tag on it/text effects (I always tag my work as mine).

But I’m EXTREMELY flattered that many of you think they are real. And thank you for your lovely comments!

The BBC really should just hire me ;)