and as anna says

lucyxnatsu1  asked:

I was wondering if you could color the NALU hug in chapter 545 of Fairy Tail and when Lucy gets embarrassed by Natsu sniffing her/saying that's why he likes Anna. Please color them! You don't have to though I just love your drawings so I would like you to draw that! ^^

I coloured one ill see about the other ^^ thank you!

anonymous asked:

Ouran HSHC personality swap strain? Mikoto as Tamaki (his bro XD), Yata (the short one) as Honey, Fushimi (Yata's partner) as Mori, Kusanagi as Kyoya (the scheming one) and Anna (the princess) as Haruhi. Couldn't decide on which character to get the personalities of the twins so it's up to you whether or not you want to include them!

I’m just imagining chaos everywhere, like Mikoto suddenly goes from barely talking to long energetic speeches and emotional mood swings (imagine Anna saying something blunt to him and suddenly Mikoto is cultivating mushrooms in a corner) and no one knows what’s going on with him at first. Meanwhile Yata’s suddenly extra energetic and his temper has gone down a few levels, he is now pure sunshine child and just wants to eat sweets and look cute. He also spends a lot of time being carried around by stoic silent Fushimi, who at first doesn’t seem to have changed much since it’s not like he was ever very chatty except now he’s also pretty gentle and doesn’t grimace and glare at everyone. Kusanagi has become twice as shrewd, but on the bright side he’s still Mom like always (and now please imagine Mikoto referring to himself as ‘Dad’ and Kusanagi as ‘Mom,’ later once the power wears off Mikoto’s pretty much done with people calling him 'Dad,’ thanks). Anna has become twice as blunt and suddenly is dressing more androgynous, she’s mostly being swept up in all the craziness around her and just letting it roll. For the twins…since we haven’t given them roles yet imagine Munakata and Totsuka, both of them being mischievous together while also possibly hitting on each other and plotting elaborate pranks. Totsuka would be totally into that part too, Munakata fits into it way too well and the both of them together are a pair of holy terrors. The rest of the cast probably just tries to stay away from them all until the power wears off, it’s too much craziness even for the usually unflappable members of Scepter 4.

Frozen is the first movie to show depressed charact-

Frozen is the first movie to be about an outcast-

Frozen is the first movie with magic-

Frozen is the first movie with a dysfunctional fam-

Frozen is the first to not have love at first sight-

Frozen is the first Disney movie to teach girls they don’t need to be saved by-

Frozen is the first movie where the princess isn’t only focused on marrying a prince-

Frozen is the first-

Pros of watching an anime after it ends:
-you can binge watch it

Cons of watching an anime after it ends:
-dead fandom
-no weekly excitement for the new episode
-everything blends together and you don’t remember which episode specific things happened in
-no suspense bc you can immediately watch the next episode
-you can’t speculate on other people’s theories bc they’ve already been proven/disproven
-if the fandom is still alive, spoilers fuckin everywhere


Looking for some YA books with queer main characters to read during pride month? Here’s a list of titles I’ve read and/or heard great things about. Most of these were published within the past year or so. Feel free to add on!

You Know Me Well by David Levithian and Nina LaCour

Two classmates, one gay and the other lesbian, meet during pride month in San Francisco and help each other through relationship problems.

 Tell me Again How a Crush Should Feel by Sara Farizan

Finally! A cute F/F novel where no lesbians die in the end! The main character is an Iranian American with traditional parents.

 Last Seen Leaving by Caleb Roehrig

Mystery/thriller about a closeted gay boy who’s girlfriend goes missing, and he becomes the focus of her disappearance. I can usually figure out what happened in mystery novels early on but this one had me guessing until the very last page.

The Abyss Surrounds Us and The Edge of the Abyss by Emily Skrutskie

Lesbian pirates and sea monsters. Need I say more?

When the Moon Was Ours by Anna-Marie McLemore

This one’s like reading a modern day fairy tell starring a trans boy named Sam, who’s family immigrated from Pakistan, and a Latina girl named Miel who grows flowers out of her wrists. And there’s a glass coffin. It’s super creepy.

Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde

Y’all, this is set at SupaCon (like Comic Con!). There are two narrators. Charlie, an Asian movie star who is bisexual, and Taylor, a blogger who has ASP.

Radical by E.M. Kokie

This one’s a little darker. It’s about a butch lesbian doomsday prepper who accidently gets involved in a dangerous plot that could get her and her family into some serious trouble. I liked this book because Bex’s views about guns are completely different than mine. But that’s why we read, right? To learn about people who are different from you.

 Of Fire and Stars by Audrey Coulthurst

This book was pitched to me as a fantasy book about a princess betrothed to a prince but she falls in love with his sister. It’s pretty good.

PS: Dear Mrs. Coulthurst, thank you for Chapter 34

 10 Things I Can See From Here by Carrie Mac

A f/f story set in Vancouver about a girl with anxiety who goes to live with her dad and falls in love with a musician.

 How to Make a Wish by Ashley Herring Blake

Like Sarah Dessen? You’ll love How to Make a Wish! It’s about a girl, who’s bisexual, who falls in love with a biracial dancer. It’s part love story, part mother-daughter story and super amazing and emotional!

 History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera

Keep your tissues close. You’ll need them. Griffin’s ex-boyfriend, Theo, drowns and he’s left devastated. He grows close to Theo’s boyfriend, Jackson, who is one of the few people who knows what he’s going through.

We Are Okay by Nina LaCour

Speaking of tissues, you’ll also need them for Nina LaCour’s latest YA/NA crossover. Marin is staying at school alone for Christmas holidays and her best friend Mabel comes to visit. It’s a tear jerker but also amazing and beautifully written.

The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli

I’m gonna cheat with this one because the main character isn’t queer. BUT she has two moms, they’re a biracial couple, her twin sister is a lesbian, and the sister’s girlfriend is pansexual. And her moms’ wedding is a big part of the plot. Great book to read during pride month!

Dreadnought by April Daniels

Superhero novel with a main character who’s transgender and a lesbian. I’ve read this and heard mixed reviews but for the most part, it’s a good book if you like superheroes.

The Better to Kiss You With by Michelle Osgood

This is a f/f story that I’m not entirely sure how to categorize. It’s part paranormal romance, part mystery/thriller, but could also be NA. The love interest is a butch lesbian who’s a werewolf!

Girl Mans Up by M-E Girard

Main character is a butch lesbian who comes from a traditional Portuguese family.

The Cursed Queen by Sarah Fine

If you’re a Clexa shipper, you’ll love The Cursed Queen. A fantasy novel with a bisexual main character who falls in love with her chieftain’s daughter. You can’t help but fall in love with Ansa and Thrya. And the best part? No dead queer girls!


There’s really no easy way to lose fat in a few weeks. You could lose body weight in a few weeks, you could lose water or maybe burn through some muscle. But if you wanna lose fat it will take you about four or five months. And that’s just cutting out the crap. No alcohol, no sugar, no salt. (x)


so my friend anna and I were discussing an oisuga howl!au and despite being 500% sure it’s been done before I decided to rewatch the movie and doodled out a bunch of my favorite scenes featuring the haikyuu!! cast

………this may have gotten slightly out of hand