be dedicated to katy

i just wanna say for any of u that arent british the sun literally has zero credibility in the uk. like everybody knows it as a sleazy tabloid thats racist, sexist and full of shit. it has a section dedicated to pictures of topless women and one of it’s columnists is katie hopkins, literally the most hated woman in Britain. like its widely read and popular but it’s reputation is probably the lowest of the low


SuperCorp + Livewire Ships Them Too (and is Lena’s wingwoman)

Bonus (Earlier that Day):

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SuperCorp + A Sudden Vacation to Australia??? (at least Lena tried…) 


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Altean!Pidge - Goddes of the forest

My jc.drawings blog reched 201 followers!!!

Thank you so much for all the support and kind words people! Thanks to you all i have motivation to draw not only fanarts but my own pieces of art! I’d never thought that so many of you will like my drawings so everyday is a big surprise and joy when i see your interest!

I wish you great day and stay awesome guys!

Katie McGrath Week is a week of appreciating the beautiful and talented Katie McGrath. In anticipation for her upcoming movie King Arthur, KatieMcGrathNews and FyKatieMcGrath have decided to team up and celebrate this Irish beauty. So, starting on the 6th of May and going through til the 12th of May, King Arthur’s release date, every day will be dedicated to some aspect of Katie! The days will go as follows:

  • May 6th: Favourite Role
  • May 7th: Favourite Photoshoot
  • May 8th: Favourite Trait
  • May 9th: Favourite Friendship
  • May 10th: Favourite Quote
  • May 11th: Favourite Outfit
  • May 12th: Free Choice

Feel free to make photosets, gifsets, text posts, whatever! Make sure the tags #katiemcgrathweek and #katiemcgrathedit or #mcgrathedit are the first five tags so we can see your edits! Feel free to message either blog if you have questions! 

Scavenger Hunt

Summary: A bachelorette party scavenger hunt forces the reader to approach the hottest guy she sees at the mall…

warnings: none, just fluff

word count: ~1900

You walked quickly into the shopping mall, your giggling friends surrounding you.  Damn them and their bachelorette party games.

You were a bridesmaid for one of your best friends from college, Katie, who you were really glad hadn’t picked you to be her maid of honor because frankly, you weren’t one to plan a bachelorette party.  She’d chosen one of your other best friends Rachel to take the all-important position, and now you were seriously regretting it.

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The T & A room

Women have a special problem. Initially, when any man first sees a glamorous example of femininity, an instantaneous shift takes place. He enters his T & A room.
I don’t mean to say he turns and physically leaves. That would
be very odd; a girl perched prettily on a stool with men spotting her then madly scrambling out and physically diving into their T & A rooms. No.
It’s an event in the mind that crackles at the speed of light. He lays eyes on her and “Bam!” into the T & A room.
You might ask, “Well what exactly is the T & A room?” We’ll get to that.
Just please understand that when Charlie first stands there stunned into silence by the breathtaking beauty before him, he doesn’t really see her.

Oh, he takes an initial snapshot all right, but now he’s rummaging around looking through the shelves labeled “blonde hair”, “high cheekbones”, “very shapely legs” and other stuff, making instantaneous comparisons.
He’s reminiscing through his various recollections of the high school beauty queen, his sister, the girl, who liked him a lot, the girl who he dreamed about, and literally thousands of other loved and cherished memories.
The mound of Playboy and other trashy magazines he had read when younger are also included, of course and are used in making the comparison, this all happening instantaneously.
You have to get an idea of the size of the T & A room. It’s huge, as you might imagine, contains every memory he has ever had that would apply to this particular circumstance, the beauty in front of him.
Now, in a case one or two of you are still wondering what T & A means, let me enlighten you now; T & A stands for temptation and admiration so the T & A room is the Temptation and Admiration room.
If you don’t believe me, just ask anyone. They’ll tell you.
And typically, men spend a great deal of time here happily thumbing through their recollections, smiling and perusing the massive numbers of memories, the shelves and drawers looking for entertainment.
One more thing about the T & A room. It has a door at the far end with a sign which shouts in capital letters, “Restricted Area! Jungian Psychologists Only. All others, enter at your own risk!”
If you open the door it leads down rough stone steps and into darkness, the Collective Unconscious. This is where the Anima lives. This is where the feminine aspects of every man secretly reside. The Anima is, in short, the woman in a man, the archetype which rules over the relationship between men and women. It is a kind of innate guide that leads one through the ambiguous path of meeting the woman and interacting with her. Here we find the Mother archetype, Mother Earth, The Lover, The Sophia or the Wisdom of God from the Gnostic, living beyond the annoying light of the Ego.

The point is that physically attractive ladies have difficulty getting to know men because the men hold them in such high regard, and on such a high pedestal, that they (the men) become tongue-tied and choked on their own adrenaline, and it takes time for the Goddess Image to fade and the human being named Nancy or Katerina to replace it.
So please have patience ladies, he’ll come to his senses. Eventually.

My thanks to Kati Magoon whom I dedicate this paper to. Without her inspiration this effort would never have seen the light of day.
Jon Hassinger, astrological instructor and contributor to Astrolocherry.


SuperCorp + Text Posts from the Amazing SuperCorp Fandom (pt 1) 

Welcome to Katie McGrath Source. This blog is dedicated to irish actress Katherine Elizabeth McGrath, better known as Katie McGrath and for her role on the BBC Merlin television series, as Morgana Pendragon (2008-2012) and Supergirl, as Lena Luthor (2016-present).

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Jonsa S7 Summer Challenge Day 6: Music

Summary: A stranger startles Sansa on her morning run, and she thwacks him in the face and breaks his nose. Turns out he was only returning the wallet she’d dropped. She drives him to the ER, and they discover they have something in common. Written for Day 6 of @jonsa-creatives S7 Summer Challenge. 

A/N: Dedicated to @geekprincess26 and her wonderful first sentence prompt! Lyrics from Katy Perry’s song Roar.


Personally, Sansa blamed Katy Perry, for had she not been listening to “Roar” for the umpteenth time on her iPod, she might have thanked the dark-haired stranger for returning the wallet she had just dropped, rather than whipping around so furiously when he’d touched her arm to get her attention that she broke his nose and sent him straight to the emergency room.

And now here she was, nervously running her finger along the arm of the flimsy aluminum chair in the waiting room with its buzzing fluorescent lights, desperately wanting to know just how badly she’d hurt him.

Pretty badly, don’t you think, Sansa, since you broke his nose and the pain brought him to his knees? She’d driven him here, and wow, had there been a lot of blood.

She shuddered. She was thankful she’d had a towel from her Saturday morning yoga workout in the backseat that she could give him.  He held it to to his face until they pulled up to the hospital.

She was pretty sure she’d babbled “I’m so sorry” and “and “I promise, we’ll be there soon oh god you poor thing” and the worst, “are you okay?” like he could answer with a broken nose, as if they were passing the time of day.

He’d looked so sweet and concerned too, with beautiful brown eyes, as he held out the wallet. But that didn’t stop her self-defense class training from kicking in. She’d acted on instinct and turned smoothly, connecting her elbow squarely with his nose.

And this was the second time she’d sent a guy to the ER with a serious injury. 

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