but i prefere when it's with another man

anonymous asked:

Headcanons or something with McCree and a cuddly/physically affectionate s/o (preferably fem)? It's all good if not! Love your blog!!

I live for this, love. Bless you

  • The man is PDA™
  • So when you wrap your arms around his waist or surprise him with a kiss on the cheek in public, McCree turns into a complete mess
  • McCree loves it when you sit on his lap and cuddle him on the couch in the common room
  • If one of you are sitting or standing alone or talking with another agent, the other would sneak up and try to surprise them with a kiss 
    • You often hear McCree trying to catch you off guard but you spin around and bring him in for a passionate kiss before he can realize what’s going on
  • The two of you are the annoyingly cute couple that everyone hates to love
  • Even though you think that you may be annoying McCree with your constant physical affection, you slowly grow to learn that he couldn’t give a single care in the world if someone walked in a makeout session
  • The only thing that the two of you would prefer to have no one walk in on are the things that goes on behind closed doors

Originally posted by lipeka

Tagging: @elise-the-assassin @chesswatchesclouds

​Since we’re on the subject of grimoires…

That a grimoire may contain high ritual magic or low (folk) magical operations or any degree of combination between the two is correct. The Grimoire of Arthur Gauntlet (Sloane MS 3851), a seventeenth century London cunning man’s book of practice, is another example which compiles both high magical rituals and conjurations alongside folk magical operations, spells, and charms. As a workbook it is rather diverse in application and, like Long Lost Friend or any number of svartkonstböcker, it makes no attempt to outline its own self-contained system of magic.

As a matter of personal preference when describing my own compiled works, I tend to be fairly low-key and simply use the word ‘journal’ when referring to one my various collections of notes, operations, spells, rites, and assorted miscellanea. A couple of these may be described as Black Books. Grimoire is a word I generally apply to those compendiums of magical instruction that address a single magical subject or theme, multiple yet closely related subjects or themes, or attempt to convey a set of unified magical processes – though not necessarily an entire magical system unto itself. Again, this is how I apply these terms to my own work; I don’t apply that standard to the work of others. If people are comfortable using the word ‘grimoire’ to describe their own books of magic, I see no reason they shouldn’t.

ajanamyth  asked:

Your Bond is heading into an identity crisis, am I right? I would guess he never considered a male lover before Q said that.

So, I hope you dont mind me rambling, lol because I have like very specific reasons as to why I firmly believe that not only has Bond considered a male lover, but that he has in fact had several and probably prefers them to women. 

First though, let me say that Bond is shocked by Qs words “too female” because he would assume that a man like Q (gorgeous but super nerd status) is probably super shy and there fore fairly uncomfortable around both men and women, but since his (and usually everyone else in the world tbh) default assumption is that Q is straight, he is surprised to find out that not only is Q not intimidated at all by the beautiful woman, but that he prefers men instead. 

Alright, now onto why I have always (even when I was youngerish) assumed Bond is bisexual. 

First– I tend to believe that with sexual prowess comes loads of confidence, and the way Bond approaches both men AND women confidently and easily tells me that he has seduced both into his bed at one time or another. I think in the movies especially, he seduces woman because most of the time they are the “weaker” half to a dangerous man, and its easier to seduce them than it would be a guard or something along those lines. But Bond is a beautiful man that travels to beautiful locales and I cant imagine that he doesnt f*ck the poolboy while waiting for whichever nameless mistress he is after to get home. 

And then of course, THIS SCENE in Skyfall, which made het- Bond lovers all over the world squirm uncomfortably, and those of use who already assumed Bond enjoyed men sort of squeal because its not very often we get canon confirmation (or almost confirmation) that one of our main characters is something other than perfectly straight. 

Third– and this is my own personal opinion, referencing older movies as well– the women Bond seduces are always heart stoppingly beautiful, but even with (most) female agents, he is dismissive and callous towards them,. Women are a means to an end to him, and other than the the few he has cared for, he tends to treat them like shit. I am aware that this is also because of the overwhelming misogyny that just runs rampant through these films, and the “male fantasy” of women with names like “plenty” and “pussy galore” but Bond just has zero patience for the women he comes into contact with, even the ones he’s trying to save. 

Moneypenney has always been an exception, even the moneypenney from the older films, because even though he flirted terribly with her, he was always considerate and sweet in their interactions. This new Moneypenney (Eve) is the same, for whatever reason even after she keeps a desk job he considers here an equal and worthy of his respect. 

Even Vesper, who was his love, he treated her like crap for a long while, and it wasnt until she showed up in a ridiculous dress and then broke down in front of him (casino royale) that he showed true tenderness to her. But once she betrayed him? He was ready to put a bullet in her heart. 

Compare that (and I suppose this is my fourth point, good lord forgive me for rambling on like this) to the way Bonds character so obviously grieves for Alec Trevelyan in Golden Eye, for Felix Leighter (even though he doesnt die) in License to Kill and Rene Mathis in Quantam of Solace, it seems to me that Bond is automatically more willing to care for the man he encounters versus the women. 

Now this might speak to the horrible view of the Bond films that women are disposable distractions that hardly matter, but it also speaks to Bonds preferences. He sleeps/is around women because the job requires it, but the friendships (for the most part) and deeper relationships center around men. 

All this to day, obvs its just my opinion, but I firmly believe James Bond is bisexual with perhaps a greater leaning towards men when he has the option to choose. 

Im sure you didnt want all of this when you mentioned that perhaps Bond will be having a crisis, but there it is anyway lol 

anonymous asked:

It's so nice to see another 15 year old who has sexual experience. Like I'm 15 and people are always so surprised when I know things like whether I prefer to top or bottom or which things turn me on. There's always this "well you wouldn't really know unless you'd tried.." and their shocked reaction when i say that i have. idk man it's just super nice to see positive and healthy attitudes to sex ☺️

I love seeing positive attitudes towards sex! I honestly hate the stigma around sex - at any age - so seeing it in a positive light makes me so happy 😊

Moulin Rouge sentence meme
  • "Diamonds are a girl's best friend."
  • "Never fall in love with a woman who sells herself."
  • "You don't have to lie to me."
  • "He/she wasn't trying to trick her/him."
  • "A love that will last forever."
  • "It's not that I'm not a jealous man/woman. I just don't like other people touching my things."
  • "I couldn't go through with it!"
  • "Honestly this is impossible!"
  • "Nothing funny, I just like talent."
  • "Virgin?"
  • "Leave all this to yesterday."
  • "I'm sorry, _____, I'm dying."
  • "Outside may be tragic."
  • "... a little frog."
  • "It'll mean that we love one another."
  • "Life's an awful bore."
  • "In here it's entertaining."
  • "Tell me the truth."
  • "It's quite long."
  • "This one's for you."
  • "A little supper? Maybe some champagne?"
  • "No!"
  • "We have to end it."
  • "It's nothing."
  • "They're trying to kill you!"
  • "The cat's out of the bag."
  • "I'm sure I will."
  • "When will I begin to live again?"
  • "I couldn't pretend anymore!"
  • "But I prefer a man/woman who lives... and gives expensive... jewels."
  • "You'll have fun."
  • "The greatest lesson you'll ever learn is to love and to be loved in return."
  • "Love is like oxygen!"
  • "A kiss may be grand, but it won't pay rental."
  • "Everyone go back to work."
  • "Outside it may be raining."
  • "He/she will fight for me."
  • "I hope you don't mind."
  • "Is this okay?"
  • "Tell our story."
  • "The ending's silly."
  • "He's got a huge... talent."
  • "This is my home."
  • "Generally I like it."
  • "Men grow cold as women grow old."
  • "In here we feel like magic."
  • "I was a fool to believe."
  • "How wonderful life is now that you're in the world."
  • "I don't like this ending."
  • "She's confessing!"
  • "I prefer to do it standing."
  • "You can tell everyone that this is your song."
  • "Is this what you want?"
  • "No!"
  • "That way I'll always be with you."
  • "Listen to my heart, can you hear it sing?"
  • "I didn't want to lie!"
  • "He/she knows!"
  • "I'm cold."
  • "Things aren't always as they seem."
  • "Things are exactly as they seem."
  • "Very well."
  • "You might enjoy it."
  • "See the difference between you and I is that you can leave anytime you choose."
  • "You're going to be bad for business."
  • "We'll leave tonight."
  • "I'd rather, um, just get it done and over."
  • "I don't have much money."
  • "Love lifts us where we belong."
  • "Never knew I could feel like this."
  • "When love is for the highest bidder, there can be no trust."
  • "You're a beautiful man/woman."
  • "I forgot my line."
  • "The woman/man I loved is... dead."
  • "Come down here and get it done and over with."
  • "You know it is."
  • "I love sex."
  • "You know, touched for the first time."
  • "Hold me."
  • "Without trust, there can be no love."
  • "Hurt him/her to save him/her."
  • "I can tell."
  • "You're a great actress."
  • "It always ends bad!"
  • "Being on the street, that's terrible."
  • "I know it isn't much."
  • "We can't afford to love."
  • "The show must go on."
  • "Why does my heart cry?"
  • "The truth?"
  • "Use your talent to save him/her!"
  • "Make him/her believe you don't love him/her."
  • "I don't need you anymore!"
  • "I owe you nothing."
  • "He/she loves me!"
  • "And that's worth everything."
  • "You've got to carry on without me."
  • "Ah, poetry."
  • "You're free to leave me but just don't deceive me."
  • "Come what may I will love you until my dying day."
  • "Jealousy, yes jealousy will drive you mad!"
  • "I've come to pay my bill."
  • "It's not important."
  • "My gift is my song."
  • "Love is a splendord thing!"
  • "All you need is love."
  • "A girl's got to eat."
  • "The only way of loving me baby is to pay a lovely fee."
  • "Come and get me, boys."
  • "I can't carry on without you."
  • "I've paid my whore."
  • "Forgive everything."
  • "The French are glad to die for love."
  • "Don't stop, don't stop."
  • "I saw you together!"
  • "Please believe me when I say I love you."
  • "The spectacular spectacular."
  • "You are nothing to me."
  • "You don't have to wear that dress tonight."
  • "Thank you for curing me of my ridiculous obsession with love."
  • "Only you can save him/her."
  • "That's real love."
  • "Because she/he doesn't love you!"
  • "All my life you made believe I was only worth what someone would pay for me!"
  • "We're going away from you."
  • "What's his/her type?"
  • "Dont worry, Shakespeare."
  • "I was sick."
  • "We'll work on it tomorrow."
  • "You'll get your ending."
  • "And in the end should someone die?"
  • "We'll make them laugh, we'll make them cry."
  • "Where were you last night?"
  • "So delighting."
  • "I told you."
  • "Everyone knows."
  • "It's a bit funny, this feeling inside."
  • "You're dying."
  • "The doctor told us."
  • "You don't have to sell your body to the night."
  • "It's just an infatuation."
  • "The infatuation will end."
  • "It's more than I can stand."
  • "It all ends tonight."
  • "He/she is spending a fortune on you."
  • "Tell him/her it's over."
  • "I can't fall in love with anyone."
  • "But, my dear, I've arranged a lovely supper for us."
  • "A life without love... that's terrible."
  • "What?"
  • "This is what I want."
  • "Naughty words."
  • "I know of art and love."
  • "I long for it with every fiber of my being."
  • "It's a city of sin."
  • "There is no other way."
  • "We are creatures of the underworld."
  • "Oh no."
  • "I'm in love."
  • "A kingdom of nighttime pleasures."
  • "She/he sold her/his love."
  • "I can't believe it."
  • "Love is just a game."
  • "I was made for loving you, baby."
  • "You were made for loving me."
  • "One day I'll fly away."
  • "She/he is mine."
  • "Everything's going so well."
  • "You expect me to believe that?"
  • "Everyday I'm loving you more and more."
  • "We have each other."
  • "Today's the day when dreaming ends."
  • "I'm paid to make men/women believe what they want to believe."
  • "I don't care."
  • "You'll die with wonderment!"
  • "You have so much to give."
  • "I love you."
  • "The end."