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holydissent  asked:

So I have noticed on social media that a lot of french pages use adjectives like excellente, merveilleux, magnifique, etc, before a noun, and these adjectives are not a part of the short list of exclusive adjectives used before the noun. I was wondering why they do that. is it an informal way of speaking? The posts I saw this in, was on the official instagram page of musée de louvre.

I don’t quite follow you because it’s very correct for use these adjectives in particular before a noun. It’s very common and it’s most certainly not slang. Like: 

Je vous souhaite une excellente journée. 
Je vous souhaite une merveilleuse lune de miel. 
C’est un magnifique film de Tarantino. 

Long story short, adjectives about colours or shapes are the ones which never switch places, and are always after the noun, figuratively or literally. 

Une maison rouge 
Un gâteau rond 
Un visage bronzé

Une hiérarchie pyramidale
Un esprit carré 

There are many rules for adjectives, some which meaning changes when you place them before or after the noun etc, but as for the ones you mentioned, you’re totally free to use them as it pleases you. 

Most of us guessed that Navy would end up betraying everyone by the end of the episode. 

I don’t think most of us expected that having her go from this:

to this:

would be really good for Lapis’ mental health.

And despite certain people’s fears about certain story boarders… this was actually very much in character for her. I think it’s pretty safe to assume that Lapis has always been cynical, even in her pre mirror days. After she escaped she went from cynical to detached and apathetic. Not an unexpected defense mechanism for someone who was trapped in an inanimate object for 6,000 years. But she has made progress. She trusts Steven and Peridot. Enough not only to express her concerns, but to essentially make a confession.

Life on Earth is really confusing. It took me a long time to get use to it. I’m still getting use to it.

Given everything that’s happened to her on Earth, it’s only natural that she’s having a hard time adjusting. But she’s just confessed her biggest insecurity: she knows she’s having a hard time dealing with what she’s been through, while having to get use to to living a normal life on the planet where her greatest traumas happened. Before the rebellion she would have done her job and left for the next planet, Earth having been a distant memory by this time. But now she can never leave. Earth has to become home. 

She wants to move on, but feels guilty about how difficult actually doing that is.

So here comes this I-Insta-Love-All-Things-Earth ruby, who seems freakishly well adjusted from the moment she crashes face first into the planet. Never mind that she was lied to not once, but twice, by the crystal gems. Never mind that she was blasted out into space and abandoned while they stole her ship. All is instantly forgiven and she just wants to be a part of their happy family.

Worse yet? The people Lapis cares most about just buy it. They go right along with it as though Navy’s behavior is perfectly normal. It took time for Lapis to even begin to be okay with the idea of living in Earth and forgiving the crystal gems- she’s still working on it, and it’s painful. She’s worked so hard for every inch of progress she’s made, and here’s someone who’s seemingly able to move on the same day they got to Earth.

I just don’t get it. Why is it so easy for her when it was so hard for me? 

So when the perfectly well adjusted Navy turned out to be a gleeful sociopath  gleefully hell bent on revenge, everything fell into place.

Navy’s sudden but inevitable betrayal was the best thing to happen for Lapis’ mental health to date.

So what’s the take away from this? 1) People react differently to trauma. 2) Just because someone seems well adjusted doesn’t mean they are. 3) It’s okay to take a long time to heal from your traumas. It’s okay for it to be a constant work in progress. It’s okay not to be okay. 

And at the end of the day, that realization can almost feel like happiness. 

Purple Guy: Now I may not be the best dad.

Foxy: You literally killed me!

Purple Guy: Well, you killed your brother. You can’t say shit!

Golden Freddy: *Garbled noises*

Baby: Can’t someone shut him up.

Purple Guy: Be nice to your brother!

Foxy: I hate my family!


What your father did to you, the choices I had to make.


Leijonat Inside - Team Finland

I want an AU where Dean is a popular YouTuber who is married to Cas, but no one knows it. Cas is a high school teacher who is kind of awkward, but every once in a while he’ll mention a meme and all of his students are confused wonder how he knows that.

Then one day when he’s teaching he hears a group of girls giggling in the back of the class, so he walks back there and sees them watching one of Dean’s videos. It’s his “never have I ever” video, and right he’s talking about getting a speeding ticket. Right before the girls see Cas he hears one of them say “I wonder what kind of car he drives” so Cas responds, “Do not ever get Dean Winchester started on his car. He will never shut up.” as he takes the phone and walks away, leaving the girls dumbfounded.

Throne of Glass family tree - as of Queen of Shadows

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We call everything on the ice “love.”