because you can't age

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Have you ever found yourself wanting a metric ton of DAI music? Have you ever thought to yourself, aw man, DAI’s soundtrack was 15 hours shorter than I wanted it to be? If that sounds like you, then this is a link for you.

I’ve ripped all the music from this game - that is, all the ambient snippets of music that you hear while running around in the world, and all the music that happens in cutscenes - and it turns out there’s 16 hours (1.6 gigs) of it.

(- here’s the download link -)

So if you’ve found yourself wishing you had the heaps of music that never made it to the official soundtrack, you can now roll around in hours of it. 

Trans men: never feel like you can't pass because of your height.

Today at work, a middle aged man approached me, excited. When we made eye contact, he said “about time I run into another short man! I swear, all I see on tv are men 6 ft tall!”

We laughed about clothes for a bit and had a little chat before he went on to shop. This isn’t the first time this sort of thing has happened to me.

I’m about 4'10, 4'11ish. Not once has anyone asked me if I’m trans. Everyone assumes I’m cishet (which has it’s pros, and cons).

What I’m telling you is this: don’t let your height make you feel any less of a man. People will see you and treat you as a man regardless of your height. Hang in there, you can transition if you choose to. You can be stealth if you choose to. Your height won’t stop you.

(Ps: You don’t have to ever medically transition to be male. You say you’re male? Then you are. End of discussion 😊)

An Actual Angel™ 

at some point I’ll learn how to properly draw her, meanwhile have a Linna

I really wanna finish all the da buttons before august because 1) convention but also I’m a little under 500 followers about from 10k and I wanna do a proper giveaway to thank y’all ;n;

Dr. Cranston: In case you hadn’t heard, that’s a really good desk.
Bishop: Yeah, I know. I mean, I heard. Did you know the agent who sat here before?
C: I knew both of them.
B: You don’t have to tell me. It’s pretty clear I’m looking at some gigantic shoes. Unfillable.
C: True. But I think both women who sat there would say the same thing: when it comes to growing, there’s no better place for a desk than next to these three.

I may not be happy that that desk needs to be filled in the first place, but I appreciate that the show acknowledges how weird it is and how it’s an adjustment for everyone, and doesn’t try to gloss over the impact of these people’s absence.

And I mean, we don’t know Bishop very well, but good on her for giving the space the respect it’s due. I’m almost at the point where I kind of feel badly for her for having to live in her predecessors’ shadows, like she knows she’s not really part of the team but she so wants to be and tries her best to help them all sort of heal in their own ways. 

But also, I miss Ziva. But Bishop can stay, too!

So, thank you, Show, for at least acknowledging that we’re still not over it, and it’s awkward, but we’re all dealing with it.

Very Mild Updates

Your girl is back in London after a whirlwind summer trip to Spain and Portugal (too hot), a whirlwind literary-festival trip to Hay-on-Wye (lovely place, met a curly-haired author who apparently wrote a book that’s now a critically-acclaimed TV series called American Gods, but festival far too white and posh), a whirlwind pretentious-English-major trip to Tintern Abbey (feeling sublime now), and a whirlwind beautiful-scenery-almost-slid-off-a-cliff trip to the Welsh coast (soiled my jeans—with mud, you idiots).

inventory commission (paid by a wonderful anon) for @xfreischutz‘s eremes lavellan! in an effort to make my death scrawl of a writing less Distracting, i’ve changed the format a bit lol

full view if you love bees (and me)

  • Pietro: You didn't see that coming? *dies*
  • Wanda: *screams in agony*
  • All the twins in the theater: *glance at each other and immediately begin to sob because THAT WAS TOO CLOSE TO HOME*