bo dy

my kink is having plans that literally no one knows about. not one person, not a couple people but no-bo-dy. secrets and surprises fuel me

So I got this for Christmas.

And my mom has a habit of judging books by their cover, so she thought it’s some sort of a philosophical autobiography.

She took it from me a few minutes ago, saying that she really wanted to read it.

Before I could explain what it was really about, she flips it to this page:

She just closed it, gave it back to me, and slowly left my room.

I’m dying.

Maggie’s Touch

we all witnessed this moment, Alex instantly relaxing at Maggie’s touch. 

She does recognize Maggie’s tenderness sure, but she is also in the DEO, with SO MANY people in there. She is not only recognizing that is Maggie, it is also the fact that literally No-bo-dy would dare to touch Alex in any way. It happened once, and the agent who did it, had to take couple of days/weeks off, as his wrist was twisted so badly it needed physiotherapy or something. Ever since the word was out instantly, and Pam had to call an new HR seminar, of how Agent Danvers is off limits in any way possible. It was after that Alex’s rep as the DEO badass started to spread. It was even before, Kara became supergirl. 

Mystery Twins Indeed

I’ve seen headcanons I’ve liked about Mabel being trans, and headcanons I’ve liked about Dipper being the twin who’s trans, and both have made sense because identical twins are biologically incapable of being different sexes. Fraternal twins are, of course, but not identical twins – and so far as the fandom is aware, all twins bearing the name Pines are, in fact, identical.

Which is to say that while I don’t know whether I like Dipper being trans or Mabel being trans better, I really like the idea of people in the Gravity Falls universe realizing that one of these supposedly “identical” twins must be trans and the other must still identify with the gender they were assigned at birth. I just love imagining the reactions the twins have when said people start asking rude, idiotic questions. “So, which one of you is the real/original twin?” “Are you actually supposed to be two girls, or two boys?” “Which one of you is faking your gender and which isn’t?” Etc. and so on, infinitely spiraling down the well of idiocy and transphobia as they go.

Mabel wiggles her arms dramatically and does a “spooky” voice, crab-walking in front of Dipper for extra effect. “No~bo~dy kno~w~s,” she extends each vowel for, like, three minutes to make sure this person feels uncomfortable for as long as possible. She’s very theatrical about the whole thing. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if she sometimes tells them to wait a second and runs off to get a sweater labeled “Mystery Twins” and then stands in front of them explaining that this wasn’t the sweater’s original purpose, but maybe now they get the idea that (and she extends the words even longer this time, just for good measure) “No~bo~dy kno~w~s! It’s a my~s~tery~!”

Dipper gets extremely defensive, taking his angry stance and practically shouting at the person to “Mind your own business, you creep!” in the most determined voice he can manage. He grabs Mabel by the hand and tells her they’re leaving, since they have better things to do than listen to ignorant creeps asking stupid questions. Mabel lets him, sticking her tongue out at the person who started interrogating them, trying to get the last word in as the twins exit the scene.

The person idly wonders whether Dipper getting defensive was because he’s the trans twin and he’s sensitive about it, or because he’s just that protective of Mabel. They never do figure it out, though; since Mabel and Dipper only talk about gender with people they actually trust – and even then, they try not to make a big deal about who’s trans and who isn’t. They’re just… they’re just Dipper and Mabel, and that should be good enough. And for almost everyone (except the occasional idiot who alerts the twins to their presence with painfully transphobic questions), it is.

Book of Shadows Binder

So, I am a HUGE planner addict. I have multiple kinds, sizes, etc. Most of them are super customizable too! It occurred to me the other day that since you can add or take out pages super easily, a planner binder would make a great Book of Shadows! 

This is my a5 planner. It’s a 6 ring binder, button snap closure and pockets on the left inner side. Can you imagine this as a BOS? Really, I am dying to try it. 

You can add so much stuff into these 

For instance, this is a plastic pocket I hole punched. I keep stickers in it. There are so many things you could add. Photos that represent the Goddess or God, cards from holidays, the wheel of the year, etc. 

I know that with bound books I was always afraid of the commitment because I tend to get annoyed and rip things out or I’m stuck hating how a page looks. This way I can take out and put in whatever I like! 


anonymous asked:

I'm confused to. Why do I want to cuddle and kiss you so much? I just wanna.

maybe I should start selling bo dy pillow s with my icon on it

x sometimes i see blogs i wanna follow, and sometimes will follow, but then they don’t tag g.ore, ho.rror or bo.dy h.orror, and i either have to unfollow, or just not follow in the first place

in this case, the reason i’m mentioning it now, it’s a blog i haven’t followed, and recently i had to unfollow a couple of people because of this, actually, and i feel guilty because some people get mad like “just ask them before you unfollow!” or people will pat me like “keep yourself safe!”

there’s so many mixed signals, and if i know the person, sometimes i’ll message them like “hey, could you maybe tag the thing?”, and it turns into negotiation sometimes where they’re like “what if i just use an umbrella tag”, which, i feel bad saying this, but umbrella tags make me uncomfortable, personally

because i’ve known people who’ve been confronted and attacked through umbrella tags like “(friend) don’t look” or “not for (friend)”, because putting a person’s name out there just feels like it’s going to put a target on someone’s head, and that terrifies me

maybe it’s just my paranoia, but it terrifies me that someone will know exactly what to send me to set off my ptsd, that someone might save the images, and e-mail them to me one day

the umbrella tag thing just makes me uncomfortable and scared, sof wheeze, bgyjhtgrfd