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Male protagonist lives alone with one of his grandparents. He has a different being inside of him, capable of mind crushing others. One day his grandparent is kidnapped by a rich villain that is using a hologram duel game in his evil scheme

yu gi oh or dramatical murder?

BTS Ships as Sub-groups
  • Namjin: slow raps with soft vocals, release selcas everyday, Jin always sharing texts of Joonie being a dork, Joonie always sharing what he's working on and sleeping pics of Jin.
  • Yoonseok: the ultimate rapping duo, like popcorn, sometimes salty, sometimes sweet, light up the stage and constantly hype each other up, Yoongi never posts anything but J-Hope does more than enough for both.
  • Jikook: everybody is in love with them together even more than each of them separately, their songs are beautiful and heartbreaking and only ever post couple selcas.
  • Vhope: every other track is some kind of cypher and every other track is a conversation of the two of them being adorable idiots. Constantly uploading short clips of them doing literally anything.
  • Yoonmin: in case anyone ever doubt the legitimacy of these two, all is confirmed - Yoongi and Jimin will constantly exceed expectations, wreck everyone, and also be sweethearts at the same time, confusing everyone.
  • Vkook: they don't produce music so much as memes, start their own fashion line, are constantly rapping in bad English and posting videos of it, their music is soft and sweet, except when they try and be badass and it's kinda cute.
  • Minjoon: Namjoon raps and Jimin dances and whenever the other is doing their thing, the other is always watching and videoing them, super cheerleaders, nobody remembers that Namjoon is only a year older than Jimin.
  • 2Seok: they were supposed to release an album years ago, but so far have only managed to amass thousands of twitter followers for their tutorials on dance, cooking, exercise and how to be fabulous.

stefablit01  asked:

So sorry, but I never managed to see your original comic, I'm still sorry, but I'm curious please update about that (sorry for bad English)

I’ve never posted my original comic, if people want that to happen you know what to do*COUGH*support me on Patreon*COUGH*

Pregnancy Preferences: Assassins

Characters: Edward Kenway, Connor Kenway, Desmond Miles, and Ezio Auditore da Firenze

Warnings: female reader, descriptions of pregnancy 

Request: Hey! I just discovered your blog and read all your imagines, they were all lovelies <3 May I request preferences about pregnancy? And could it be both Team Assassin and Templar Boys (Shay and Haytham, specifically)! Sorry for the bad english ///

A/N: This post will be very long, probably. If whoever requested this, or whoever has read this would like me to include an Assassin that I had not, I would be willing to do so! Also, there will be a separate post for the Templar boys, no worries! Enjoy reading. 

Also, I haven’t played all the games-only AC3 and I just started the fourth one, so bear with me, I’m going off the wiki pages///

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Edward Kenway: How he deals with morning sickness

Younger Edward probably would have left you to your own devices; watching you from a far with his nose turned up as he tried not to grimace at the sounds you were making as you puked into the bucket he had “graciously” given you, or having left the room entirely. He loves you, that’s for certain, but he’s terrible at being a good partner, at least when it comes to domestic affairs. 

Older Edward would have stayed by your side, still a grimace on his face, but he respected you enough not to let you see how gross he thought this was. You’d tell him he was supposed to be used to seeing people throw up judging by how many times his crew has gotten sea sick. He’d make sure you were hydrated afterwards, bringing you a cup of water as he knelt down next to you, rubbing soothing circles onto your back as he watched you with guilty eyes.  

Ratonhnhake:ton-Connor Kenway: How he deals with mood swings

Connor apologizes profusely, only sparking your annoyance even further. He’s fully aware that he’s the one who did this to you, and is heeding to any request you give him. Time spent in his village has given him enough experience to know what to do when dealing with pregnant women. He’s such a sweetheart that you almost feel bad for the sheepish looks he gives you whenever he does something that sets you off. 

Other times, when you suddenly get upset or sad, he’s try to comfort you the best he can, confused why you were happy one second and in tears that next, but not questioning it. He tries to make sense of your ramblings, nodding sympathetically as he whispers terms of endearments into your ear in his native tongue, hoping to calm you down. His calm and relaxed voice usually does, and he’s grateful for that. 

Desmond Miles: How he deals with crankiness

Desmond Miles could be an asshole, but he was your asshole. When you were cranky he’d always try to lighten the mood, trying not to lose his temper when you would yell at him for getting you pregnant, telling you that it was a “team effort,” but that glare you shot at him would stop him short from saying anything else. 

Despite usually being gruff and often times wry, he’s quick to crack jokes whenever you’re miffed at him for some reason, hoping to lighten your mood so that you don’t try to strangle him in his sleep. 

Ezio Auditore da Firenze: How he deals with you when you’re in the mood

Ezio is a ladies man, no doubt about that, and he’s always up for a round in the sack with you whenever you’re in the mood, but he’s not going to take advantage of you now. He’s completely aware that your hormones are all over the place, making you feel certain things that you cannot control. 

He’ll usually try to joke with you about it, saying that you’re, “on FIREnze,” followed with a shit-eating grin and a, “get it, it’s funny, no?” All you can do is roll your eyes and turn away from him and wonder why he didn’t make that joke while you were on your honeymoon. 

Ex

Magnus: Everyone had a crazy ex-girlfriend or ex-boyfriend, who doesn’t cared about you or loved you but tried to ruin every relationship you’ve ever been.
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Magnus: Hey Camille, what’s good?

Various Ways to Say "Bad" in Spanish

Based on the 100 Ways to Say “Bad” (in English) post.

I can’t say that there are going to be 100 words here in Spanish, but I’ll do my best to include as many as I can directly translate, or think of to include.

Some of these verbs are very closely related and many are simply synonymous.

Note: malo/a means “bad” or potentially “evil” on its own.

Note 2: malo/a when placed in front of a masculine noun turns to mal while it's malo if put behind the noun. This should not be confused with the adverb mal meaning “wrong” or “badly”.

  • mal, malo/a = bad
  • malísimo/a = “the worst”, terrible, appalling 
  • malévolo/a = malevolent
  • maléfico/a = maleficent, evildoer
  • maleante = criminal, bad guy
  • malhechor(a) = evildoer
  • malicioso/a = malicious
  • maligno/a = malignant
  • malvado/a = evil, wicked
  • perverso/a = wicked, perverse, twisted
  • avieso/a = evil, wicked
  • travieso/a = naughty
  • pícaro/a = instigator, roguish
  • revoltoso/a = unruly, rebellious, troublemaker
  • infame = atrocious, awful / infamous
  • inicuo/a = unfair, cruel
  • injusto/a = unjust, unfair
  • vengativo/a = vengeful, spiteful
  • vil = vile, disgusting, wretched
  • canalla = swine, bastard, ruffian, contemptible
  • agresivo/a = aggressive
  • negativo/a = negative
  • abusivo/a = abusive
  • explotador(a) = exploitative
  • villano/a = villain
  • aborrecible = abhorrent
  • aberrante = aberrant / unnatural
  • abnormal = abnormal
  • abominable = abominable
  • la abominación = abomination
  • el anatema = anathema / abomination
  • abyecto/a = abject
  • molesto/a = annoying, bothersome, infuriating [more common]
  • molestoso/a = annoying [less common]
  • inaguantable = unbearable
  • insoportable = unbearable
  • inaceptable = unacceptable
  • insufrible = unbearable, insufferable
  • irritante = irritating
  • fastidioso/a = frustrating, annoying
  • atroz = atrocious, heinous
  • feroz = ferocious, savage
  • cruel = cruel
  • horrible = horrible
  • horroroso = horrendous, horrible
  • horripilante = frightening, hair-raising, causes the hair to go on end
  • espeluznante = scary, blood-curdling
  • escalofriante = chilling, causing goosebumps, causing chills
  • terrible = terrible
  • espantoso/a = frightening, awful
  • grotesco/a = grotesque, monstrous
  • fatal = terrible, disgusting, unappealing, ugly [used with estar; where ser fatal means “to be lethal”]
  • bárbaro/a = barbaric [note: bárbaro/a is sometimes a regionalism for “awesome” similar to English’s “wicked”]
  • brutal = brutal [same as above; brutal is sometimes a regionalism for “awesome”]
  • bruto/a = brutish, wild, rough / stupid, uncouth
  • bestial = beastly, brutish
  • salvaje = wild / savage
  • sanguinario/a = bloodthirsty
  • violento/a = violent
  • despiadado/a = ruthless, without mercy
  • catastrófico/a = catastrophic, disastrous
  • desastroso/a = disastrous, awful
  • funesto/a = ill-fated, terrible
  • calamitoso/a = calamitous
  • despreciable = despicable, unscrupulous, contemptible
  • despótico/a = despotic, tyrannical
  • tiránico/a = tyrannical
  • maldito/a = cursed / damned
  • horrendo/a = horrendous, monstrous
  • monstruoso/a = monstrous, inhumane, heinous
  • apestoso/a = repugnant, smelling horrible, stinky
  • asqueroso/a = disgusting
  • repugnante = revolting, disgusting, repugnant 
  • desdichado/a = unlucky, unfortunate
  • depravado/a = depraved
  • corrupto/a = corrupt
  • podrido/a = rotten, putrid
  • inhumano/a = inhumane
  • sin corazón = heartless
  • insensible = insensitive, uncaring
  • dañino/a = harmful, detrimental
  • diabólico/a = diabolic, devilish
  • infernal = infernal, hellish
  • serio/a = serious
  • grave = grave, heavy
  • nefasto/a = ominous, dreadful, dire
  • desagradable = unpleasant, disagreeable
  • antipático/a = mean, not nice, unkind
  • decepcionante = disappointing
  • desalentador(a) = discouraging
  • descorazonador(a) = disheartening
  • disgustado/a = upset, displeased, offended
  • ofendido/a = offended
  • enfadado/a = furious, upset
  • alterado/a = upset, worried, dismayed
  • inquieto/a = restless, worried, uneasy
  • ofensivo/a = offensive, distasteful, in bad taste
  • chocante = dismaying, upsetting, shocking
  • endemoniado/a = demonic, fiendish
  • sucio/a = dirty
  • sórdido/a = sordid
  • fétido/a = foul, smelling bad, stinky, smelly
  • feo/a = ugly, foul
  • vulgar = vulgar, in bad taste
  • lamentable = lamentable, saddening, woeful
  • triste = sad [when said of an event it is “miserable” or “pitiful”]
  • doloroso/a = painful, grievous
  • penoso/a = sorrowful
  • severo/a = severe, serious, grievous
  • repulsivo/a = loathsome, gross, repulsive
  • nocivo/a = noxious
  • venenoso/a = venomous, poisonous
  • tóxico/a = toxic, poisonous, harmful
  • descarado/a = shameless, brazen, flagrant
  • desvergonzado/a = without shame, shameless
  • sin vergüenza = without shame
  • el / la sinvergüenza = a terrible person, someone without remorse or pity, a shameful person
  • insolente = insolent
  • desfatachado/a = insolent, impudent, bratty
  • atrevido/a = daring, impudent
  • atorrante = good-for-nothing [Cono Sur]
  • inútil = useless
  • vándalo/a = vandal [or the Vandals in history]
  • obsceno/a = obscene, disgusting
  • ruin = nasty, cruel, monstrous, atrocious, ruinous
  • indecente = indecent
  • ignominoso/a = ignominious, shameful
  • deshonroso/a = dishonorable, shameful, disgraceful
  • desgraciado/a = hopeless, wretched, unfortunate [though it also means “idiot” or “dumbass” in some contexts]
  • nefario/a = nefarious
  • siniestro/a = sinister [in archaic Spanish siniestro/a means “the left”]
  • peyorativo/a = pejorative
  • escandaloso/a = scandalous / attracting attention, flagrant, brazen, showy, gaudy
  • ridículo/a = ridiculous
  • estúpido/a = stupid
  • idiótico/a = idiotic
  • nauseabundo/a = nauseating, sickening
  • pecaminoso/a = sinful
  • engañoso/a = deceitful
  • desleal = disloyal
  • infiel = unfaithful
  • traidor(a) = traitorous, treacherous
  • traicionero/a = treacherous, someone who betrays others
  • el traidor, la traidora = a traitor
  • mentiroso/a = lying, deceitful
  • el mentiroso, la mentirosa = a liar
  • indigno/a = unworthy
  • indignado/a = indignant
  • desdeñoso/a = disdainful
  • despreciativo/a = scornful
  • amenazante = threatening, menacing
  • torvo/a = grim, baleful
  • inmoral = immoral
  • amoral = amoral, lacking morality, heartless, soulless
  • vicioso/a = vicious, cruel
  • desalmado/a = soulless
  • detestable = detestable
  • odioso/a = hateful / odious
  • malcriado/a = a brat, spoiled / ill-tempered, lacking manners
  • miserable = miserable, pitiful
  • mísero/a = miserable, wretched 
  • de perros = not wonderful, unpleasant [un día de perros = a rough day / a bad day]
  • de mierda = shitty, terrible, awful, lousy, no good, junk, worthless, useless [can be strong to very strong; definitely vulgar]
My mental live tweeting or "what I was thinking as I watched Badass!Martin".


OH MY GOD, THIS SERIES IS VERY ADULT, HOW MANY WARNINGS, NOT EVEN PORN MOVIES HAVE MANY OF THESE.

  • A TREADMILL, MARTIN IS ON IT!.
  • MARTIN IS SWEATING
  • MARTIN IS VERY THIN.
  • OH! MARTIN’S NECK.
  • OH! MARTIN’S PANTENE HAIR .
  • MARTIN KNOWS HOW TO DRIVE AND IT’S SO IMPORTANT.

Scenes without Martin:

  • WHERE IS MARTIN?
  • OK, people having sex.
  • OK, MARTIN SEEING A PEEP SHOW.
  • MARTIN GIVES ME THE CHILLS.
  • MARTIN SAID “DICK”.
  • MARTIN’S CHARACTER IS CORRUPT.

(THERE WAS A PAUSE BECAUSE OF MY STUPID INTERNET STOPPED WORKING AND I WAS ON THE EDGE).

Scenes without Martin:

  • MORE SEX. IS THIS A SERIES MADE BY EPIGMENIO IBARRA (MEXICAN TV PRODUCER)?
  • I FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE WITH THE AMOUNT OF SEX (AND I SEE PORN).
  • I MISS MARTIN, BUT THIS IS A TIPICAL LATIN AMERICAN FAMILY: SCREAMING IN THE STREETS.
  • AFTER A FEW MINUTES, MARTIN RETURNS.


  • OH THAT WOMAN WITH MARTIN.
  • OH GOD, ANGRY SEX.
  • MARTIN HAVING ANGRY SEX.
  • THIS IS A NEW MENTAL IMAGE.
  • MARTIN EMULATES WHAT HE MAKES IN REAL LIFE.
  • I DO NOT SEE MARTIN BOOBS, BUT I SEE HERS, WHERE IS THE EQUALITY? #RenunciaEPN.
  • MARTIN FREEMAN, WHERE’S THAT FINGER?
  • THIS WOMAN IS SO OBVIOUS, OF COURSE SHE IS GONNA SAYS “YES” TO EVERYTHING.
  • OK, NO, SHE IS ALREADY ANGRY.
  • OH MARTIN’S WETBACK.
  • OH, MARTIN’S COLLARBONE.
  • MARTIN’S CHARACTER IS EVIL AND HANDLER.
  • OH, IN THE END, IT WAS BREAK UP SEX.

Scenes without Martin:

  • MORE SCENES WITHOUT MARTIN AND THER’S SO MUCH VIOLENCE, AND I LIVE IN MEXICO CITY, SOMEONE’S “BRAINS FLY” AND THIS LOOKS THE SPANISH INQUISITION 2016.
  • MORE SEX. 
  • MARTIN IS ANGRY.
  • MARTIN WITH WHITE SHIRT.
  • MARTIN HAS CUSTOMIZED SHIRTS .
  • OH GOD, MARTIN IS INTIMIDATING.
  • #IMSCARED.
  • #DEADED WITH THE WHITE SHIRT OF SEX.
  • OK, THE END.

*Sorry for my bad english*

I’m so in love with the episode 10 of Yuri on Ice. I didn’t sleep at all, I have to go to work in 2h, but I couldn’t talk about it with my co-workers. (And I already wrote a long post, but I lost it thanks to my web browser…)

I love when a story is already all written, and we can feel it during this ep 10. 

I want to talk about that.


[EDIT for a title] 

THE STORY OF VIKTUURI BEGINNING

Firstly, Victor and Yuri really met for the very first time in the hall of the Grand Prix place at Sochi, just after the end of the competition. Victor noticed that someone was watching him and he reconized one of the competitors and said him he’s ok for a commemorative photo. As we saw in the ep 10, Victor pays attention (even a little) to other competitors, and I think he did the same with the new Japanese skater. But Yuri refused and left Victor surprised by this reaction. The Russian man looked curious about it.

Then the banquet. Victor noticed Depressed Yuri, and didn’t stop to watch him during all the party. 

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Q: What ShikaIno means to me?

They mean happiness. Because, they make me happy. The idea of them being together, building a family and a life together, it’s really warm and makes me feel good. I always feel like my heart beat faster when I see their happy faces next to each other. 

Honestly, crack or not, canon or not, I’ll forever ship them. Because they’ll never stop making me the happiest fangirl in the world. (๑•◡-๑)♥

anonymous asked:

is it just me or isn't invading the acepositivity tag and going "A tag isn't a safe space :)" aphobe for being needlessly exclusive and going "grow up the real world isn't going to cater to you" (sorry for bad english)

Ace people: Stop posting in the positivity tags

Aphobes: Are you perhaps…triggered?