but it is from '81

johnandrasjaqobis  asked:

How about (for Jay obvs) 17: Scars

Thank you! :D

Jay has quite a few scars - there’s the feral scratch on his left cheek, the scratches from that time a deathclaw nearly gutted him, assorted bullet and knife scars, and so on, but the scars that he pays most attention and cares about the most are the molerat bites on his right arm from Vault 81. They aren’t very big, and they aren’t ugly, but they ARE right there on the forearm so he sees them frequently, and they ARE a constant reminder of his molerat disease even when he’s feeling good and it hasn’t flared up in a while. ;u; Like a constant little fuck youuuu right there on his arm.

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Guys I really dont think you understand how many podcasts I have saved
Im still finding more every day too

*Almost 100 direct instructions by Allah in the Quran for mankind*
—  1. Do not be rude in speech (3:159)
2. Restrain Anger (3:134)
3. Be good to others (4:36)
4. Do not be arrogant (7:13)
5. Forgive others for their mistakes (7:199)
6. Speak to people mildly (20:44)
7. Lower your voice (31:19)
8. Do not ridicule others (49:11)
9. Be dutiful to parents(17:23)
10. Do not say a word of disrespect to parents (17:23)
11. Do not enter parents’ private room without asking permission (24:58)
12. Write down the debt (2:282)
13. Do not follow anyone blindly (2:170)
14. Grant more time to repay if the debtor is in hard time (2:280)
15. Don’t consume interest (2:275)
16. Do not engage in bribery (2:188)
17. Do not break the promise (2:177)
18. Keep the trust (2:283)
19. Do not mix the truth with falsehood (2:42)
20. Judge with justice between people (4:58)
21. Stand out firmly for justice (4:135)
22. Wealth of the dead should be distributed among his family members (4:7)
23. Women also have the right for inheritance (4:7)
24. Do not devour the property of orphans (4:10)
25. Protect orphans (2:220)
26. Do not consume one another’s wealth unjustly (4:29)
27. Try for settlement between people (49:9)
28. Avoid suspicion (49:12)
29. Do not spy and backbite (2:283)
30. Do not spy or backbite (49:12)
31. Spend wealth in charity (57:7)
32. Encourage feeding poor (107:3)
33. Help those in need by finding them (2:273)
34. Do not spend money extravagantly (17:29)
35. Do not invalidate charity with reminders (2:264)
36. Honor guests (51:26)
37. Order righteousness to people only after practicing it yourself(2:44)
38. Do not commit abuse on the earth (2:60)
39. Do not prevent people from mosques (2:114)
40. Fight only with those who fight you (2:190)
41. Keep the etiquettes of war (2:191)
42. Do not turn back in battle (8:15)
43. No compulsion in religion (2:256)
44. Believe in all prophets (2:285)
45. Do not have sexual intercourse during menstrual period (2:222)
46. Breast feed your children for two complete years (2:233)
47. Do not even approach unlawful sexual intercourse (17:32)
48. Choose rulers by their merit (2:247)
49. Do not burden a person beyond his scope (2:286)
50. Do not become divided (3:103)
51. Think deeply about the wonders and creation of this universe (3:191)
52. Men and Women have equal rewards for their deeds (3:195)
53. Do not marry those in your blood relation (4:23)
54. Family should be led by men (4:34)
55. Do not be miserly (4:37)
56. Do not keep envy (4:54)
57. Do not kill each other (4:92)
58. Do not be an advocate for deceit (4:105)
59. Do not cooperate in sin and aggression (5:2)
60. Cooperate in righteousness (5:2)
61. ’Having majority’ is not a criterion of truth (6:116)
62. Be just (5:8)
63. Punish for crimes in an exemplary way (5:38)
64. Strive against sinful and unlawful acts (5:63)
65. Dead animals, blood, the flesh of swine are prohibited (5:3)
66. Avoid intoxicants and alcohol (5:90)
67. Do not gamble (5:90)
68. Do not insult others’ deities (6:108)
69. Don’t reduce weight or measure to cheat people (6:152)
70. Eat and Drink, But Be Not Excessive (7:31)
71. Wear good cloths during prayer times (7:31)
72. protect and help those who seek protection (9:6)
73. Keep Purity (9:108)
74. Never give up hope of Allah’s Mercy (12:87)
75. Allah will forgive those who have done wrong out of ignorance (16:119)
76. Invitation to God should be with wisdom and good instruction (16:125)
77. No one will bear others’ sins (17:15)
78. Do not kill your children for fear of poverty (17:31)
79. Do not pursue that of which you have no knowledge (17:36)
80. Keep aloof from what is vain (23:3)
81. Do not enter others’ houses without seeking permission (24:27)
82. Allah will provide security for those who believe only in Allah (24:55)
83. Walk on earth in humility (25:63)
84. Do not neglect your portion of this world (28:77)
85. Invoke not any other god along with Allah (28:88)
86. Do not engage in homosexuality (29:29)
87. Enjoin right, forbid wrong (31:17)
88. Do not walk in insolence through the earth (31:18)
89. Women should not display their finery (33:33)
90. Allah forgives all sins (39:53)
91. Do not despair of the mercy of Allah (39:53)
92. Repel evil by good (41:34)
93. Decide on affairs by consultation (42:38)
94. Most noble of you is the most righteous (49:13)
95. No Monasticism in religion (57:27)
96. Those who have knowledge will be given a higher degree by Allah (58:11)
97. Treat non-Muslims in a kind and fair manner (60:8)
98. Save yourself from covetousness (64:16)
99. Seek forgiveness of Allah. He is Forgiving and Merciful (73:20)
You are so lucky if you have someone with a broken heart, untouched for years, loving you.

Keep them safe.

—  excerpt from a book I will never write #81
100 direct instructions by Allah in the Quran for mankind

1. Do not be rude in speech (3:159)
2. Restrain Anger (3:134)
3. Be good to others (4:36)
4. Do not be arrogant (7:13)
5. Forgive others for their mistakes (7:199)
6. Speak to people mildly (20:44)
7. Lower your voice (31:19)
8. Do not ridicule others (49:11)
9. Be dutiful to parents(17:23)
10. Do not say a word of disrespect to parents (17:23)
11. Do not enter parents’ private room without asking permission (24:58)
12. Write down the debt (2:282)
13. Do not follow anyone blindly (2:170)
14. Grant more time to repay if the debtor is inhard time (2:280)
15. Don’t consume interest (2:275)
16. Do not engage in bribery (2:188)
17. Do not break the promise (2:177)
18. Keep the trust (2:283)
19. Do not mix the truth with falsehood (2:42)
20. Judge with justice between people (4:58)
21. Stand out firmly for justice (4:135)
22. Wealth of the dead should be distributed among his family members (4:7)
23. Women also have the right for inheritance (4:7)
24. Do not devour the property of orphans (4:10)
25. Protect orphans (2:220)
26. Do not consume one another’s wealth unjustly (4:29)
27. Try for settlement between people (49:9)
28. Avoid suspicion (49:12)
29. Do not spy and backbite (2:283)
30. Do not spy or backbite (49:12)
31. Spend wealth in charity (57:7)
32. Encourage feeding poor (107:3)
33. Help those in needby finding them (2:273)
34. Do not spend money extravagantly (17:29)
35. Do not invalidate charity with reminders (2:264)
36. Honor guests (51:26)
37. Order righteousness to people only after practicing it yourself(2:44)
38. Do not commit abuse on the earth (2:60)
39. Do not prevent people from mosques (2:114)
40. Fight only with those who fight you (2:190)41. Keep the etiquettes of war (2:191)
42. Do not turn back in battle (8:15)
43. No compulsion in religion (2:256)
44. Believe in all prophets (2:285)
45. Do not have sexual intercourse during menstrual period (2:222)
46. Breast feed your children for two complete years (2:233)
47. Do not even approach unlawful sexual intercourse (17:32)
48. Choose rulers by their merit (2:247)
49. Do not burden a person beyond his scope (2:286)
50. Do not become divided (3:103) 
51. Think deeply about the wonders and creation of this universe (3:191)
52. Men and Women have equal rewards for their deeds (3:195)
53. Do not marry those in your blood relation (4:23)
54. Family should be led by men (4:34)
55. Do not be miserly (4:37)
56.Do not keep envy (4:54)
57. Do not kill each other (4:92)
58. Do not be an advocate for deceit (4:105)
59. Do not cooperate in sin and aggression (5:2)
60. Cooperate in righteousness (5:2)
61. ’Having majority’ is not a criterion of truth (6:116)
62. Be just (5:8)
63. Punish for crimes in an exemplary way (5:38)
64. Strive against sinful and unlawful acts (5:63)
65. Dead animals, blood, the flesh of swine are prohibited (5:3)
66. Avoid intoxicants and alcohol (5:90)
67. Do not gamble (5:90)
68. Do not insult others’ deities (6:108)
69. Don’t reduce weight or measure to cheat people (6:152)
70. Eat and Drink, But Be Not Excessive (7:31)
71. Wear good cloths during prayer times (7:31)
72. protect and help those who seek protection (9:6)
73. Keep Purity (9:108)
74. Never give up hope of Allah’s Mercy (12:87)
75. Allah will forgive those who have done wrong out of ignorance (16:119)
76. Invitation to God should be with wisdom and good instruction (16:125)
77. No one will bear others’ sins (17:15)
78. Do not kill your children for fear of poverty (17:31)
79. Do not pursue that of which you have no knowledge (17:36)
80. Keep aloof from what is vain (23:3)
81. Do not enter others’ houses without seekingpermission (24:27)
82. Allah will provide security for those who believe only in Allah (24:55)
83. Walk on earth in humility (25:63)
84. Do not neglect your portion of this world (28:77)
85. Invoke not any other god along with Allah (28:88)
86. Do not engage in homosexuality (29:29)
87. Enjoin right, forbid wrong (31:17)
88. Do not walk in insolence through the earth (31:18)
89. Women should not display their finery (33:33)
90. Allah forgives all sins (39:53)
91. Do not despair of the mercy of Allah (39:53)
92. Repel evil by good (41:34)
93. Decide on affairs by consultation (42:38)
94. Most noble of you is the most righteous (49:13)
95. No Monasticism in religion (57:27)
96. Those who have knowledge will be given a higher degree by Allah (58:11)
97. Treat non-Muslims in a kind and fair manner (60:8)
98. Save yourself from covetousness (64:16)
99. Do not repel one who asks (93:10)
100. Seek forgiveness of Allah. He is Forgiving and Merciful (73:20)

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“Phil was nice to let you use his washing machine.” I didn’t ask. I literally *chuckles* ordered a cab, went across the city, just knocked on Phil’s door with a suitcase. And he was like “Have you dropped out? Are you moving in? Or like what the hell is happening? I could have been doing anything, like what is happening?” And I was just like “I have had a Day and I’m going to wash my socks in your washing machine.” So that’s good, if you struggle to function as a person..
— 

@danielhowell during his live show on the 19th of September 2017 (x)

Quotes from Dan (81/?)

Dan elaborating the story about going to wash his clothes at Phil’s after the laundromat incident described in his new video

historicaltimessoldier  asked:

Can you say how many sagas and eddas are there? And the name of these?

Velkominn, vinr minn!
(Welcome, my friend!)

I have done my best to list as many sagas as I could, but I am certain that I have not included them all. There are easily over 150 sagas to consider, and that is when we do not include Icelandic versions of continental romances, tales, and more.

All of the titles are in modern Icelandic, but the English translation is supplied in parentheses.


Íslendingasögur og þættir (Sagas and Tales of Icelanders):
*** A more detailed list, which includes where each of these sagas can be bought and/or read, can be found HERE or HERE. These sagas and tales are also not in alphabetical order, but rather in the same order that I have them in on the other list.

[1.] Brennu-Njáls saga (Burnt-Njal’s Saga)
[2.] Laxdæla saga (The Saga of the People of Laxardal)
[3.] Bolla þáttur (Bolli Bollason’s Tale)
[4.] Eiríks saga rauða (Eirik the Red’s Saga)
[5.] Grænlendinga saga (The Saga of the Greenlanders)
[6.] Egils saga Skallagrímssonar (Egil’s Saga)
[7.] Kormáks saga (Kormak’s Saga)
[8.] Hallfreðar saga vandræðaskálds (The Saga of Hallfred the Troublesome Poet)
[9.] Bjarnar saga Hítdælakappa (The Saga of Bjorn, Champion of the Hitardal People)
[10.] Gunnlaugs saga ormstungu (The Saga of Gunnlaug Serpent-Tongue)
[11.] Víga-Glúms saga (Killer-Glum’s Saga)
[12.] Ögmundar þáttur dytts (The Tale of Ogmund Bash)
[13.] Þorvalds þáttur tasalda (The Tale of Thorvald Tasaldi)
[14.] Fóstbræðra saga (The Saga of the Sword Brothers)
[15.] Þormóðar þáttur (Thormod’s Tale)
[16.] Þórarins þáttur ofsa (The Tale of Thorarin the Overbearing)
[17.] Víglundar saga (Viglund’s Saga)
[18] Arnórs þáttur jarlaskálds (The Tale of Arnor, the Poet of Earls)
[19.] Einars þáttur Skúlasonar (Einar Skulason’s Tale)
[20.] Mána þáttur skálds (The Tale of Mani the Poet)
[21.] Óttars þáttur svarta (The Tale of Ottar the Black)
[22.] Sneglu-Halla þáttur (The Tale of Sarcastic Halli)
[23.] Stúfs þáttur hinn skemmri (Stuf’s Tale)
[24.] Þórarins þáttur stuttfeldar (The Tale of Thorarin Short-Cloak)
[25.] Þorleifs þáttur jarlsskálds (The Tale of Thorleif, the Earl’s Poet)
[26.] Kumlbúa þáttur (The Tale of the Cairn-Dweller)
[27.] Bergbúa þáttur (The Tale of the Mountain-Dweller)
[28.] Stjörnu-Odda draumer (Star-Oddi’s Dream)
[29.] Þiðranda þáttur og Þórhalls (The Tale of Thidrandi and Thorhall)
[30.] Þórhalls þáttur knapps (The Tale of Thorhall Knapp)
[31.] Gísla saga Súrssonar (Gisli Surrson’s Saga)
[32.] Grettis saga (The Saga of Grettir the Strong)
[33.] Harðar saga og Hólmverja (The Saga of Hord and the People of Holm)
[34.] Bárðar saga Snæfellsáss (Bard’s Saga)
[35.] Finnboga saga ramma (The Saga of Finnbogi the Mighty)
[36.] Flóamanna saga (The Saga of the People of Floi)
[37.] Kjalnesinga saga (The Saga of the People of Kjalarnes)
[38.] Jökuls þáttur Búasonar (Jokul Buason’s Tale)
[39.] Gull-Þóris saga (Gold-Thorir’s Saga)
[40.] Þórðar saga hreðu (The Saga of Thord Menace)
[41.] Króka-Refs saga (The Saga of Ref the Sly)
[42.] Gunnars saga Keldugnúpsfífls (The Saga of Gunnar, the Fool of Keldugnup)
[43.] Gísls þáttur Illugasonar (Gisl Illugason’s Tale)
[44.] Gull-Ásu-Þórðar þáttur (The Tale of Gold-Asa’s Thord)
[45.] Hrafns þáttur Guðrúnarsonar (Hrafn Gudrunarson’s Tale)
[46.] Orms þáttur Stórólfssonar (Orm Storolfsson’s Tale)
[47.] Þorgríms þáttur Hallasonar (Thorgrim Hallason’s Tale)
[48.] Eyrbyggja saga (The Saga of the People of Eyri)
[49.] Halldórs þáttur Snorrasonar hinn fyrri (The Tale of Halldor Snorrason I)
[50.] Halldórs þáttur Snorrasonar hinn síðari (The Tale of Halldor Snorrason II)
[51.] Ölkofra saga (Olkofri’s Saga)
[52.] Hænsna-Þóris saga (Hen-Thorir’s Saga)
[53.] Hrafnkels saga Freysgoða (The Saga of Hrafnkel Frey’s Godi)
[54.] Bandamanna saga (The Saga of the Confederates)
[55.] Odds þáttur Ófeigssonar (Odd Ofeigsson’s Tale)
[56.] Hávarðar saga Ísfirðings (The Saga of Havard of Isafjord)
[57.] Vatnsdæla saga (The Saga of the People of Vatnsdal)
[58.] Heiðarvíga saga (The Saga of the Slayings on the Heath)
[59.] Valla-Ljóts saga (Valla-Ljot’s Saga)
[60.] Svarfdæla saga (The Saga of the People of Svarfadardal)
[61.] Ljósvetninga saga (The Saga of the People of Ljosavatn)
[62.] Reykdæla saga og Víga-Skútu (The Saga of the People of Rekjadal and of Killer-Skuta)
[63.] Þorsteins saga Hvíta (The Saga of Thorstein the White)
[64.] Vopnfirðinga saga (The Saga of the People of Vopnafjord)
[65.] Þorsteins þáttur stangarhöggs (The Tale of Thorstein Staff-Struck)
[66.] Þorsteins þáttur uxafóts (The Tale of Thorstein Bull’s-Leg)
[67.] Droplaugarsona saga (The Saga of Droplaug’s Sons)
[68.] Fljótsdæla saga (The Saga of the People of Fljotsdal)
[69.] Gunnars þáttur Þiðrandabana (The Tale of Gunnar, the Slayer of Thidrandi)
[70.] Brandkrossa þáttur (Brandkrossi’s Tale)
[71.] Þorsteins saga Síðu-Hallssonar (Thorstein Sidu-Hallsson’s Saga)
[72.] Þorsteins þáttur Síðu-Hallssonar (Thorstein Sidu-Hallsson’s Tale)
[73.] Draumur Þorsteins Síðu-Hallssonar (Thorstein Sidu-Hallsson’s Dream)
[74.] Egils þáttur Síðu-Hallssonar (Egil Sidu-Hallsson’s Tale)
[75.] Hrómundar þáttur halta (The Tale of Hromund the Lame)
[76.] Svaða þáttur og Arnórs kerlingarnefs (The Tale of Svadi and Arnor Crone’s-Nose)
[77.] Þorvalds þáttur víðförla (The Tale of Thorvald the Far-Travelled)
[78.] Þorsteins saga tjaldstæðings (The Tale of Thorstein Tent-Pitcher)
[79.] Grænlendinga þáttur (The Tale of the Greenlanders)
[80.] Auðunar þáttur vestfirska (The Tale of Audun from the West Fjords)
[81.] Brands þáttur örva (The Tale of Brand the Generous)
[82.] Hreiðars þáttur (Hreidar’s Tale)
[83.] Íslendings þáttur sögufróða (The Tale of the Story-Wise Icelander)
[84.] Ívars þáttur Ingimundarsonar (Ivar Ingimundarson’s Tale)
[85.] Þórarins þáttur Nefjólfssonar (Thorarin Nefjolfsson’s Tale)
[86.] Þorsteins þáttur Austfirðings (The Tale of Thorstein from the East Fjords)
[87.] Þorsteins þáttur forvitna (The Tale of Thorstein the Curious)
[88.] Þáttur Þorsteins skelks (The Tale of Thorstein Shiver)
[89.] Þorvarðar þáttur krákunefs (The Tale of Thorvard Crow’s-Beak)

Fornaldarsögur Norðurlanda (Sagas of the Ancient Age — Legendary Sagas):

[90.] Af Upplendinga konungum (About the Upplander kings)
[91.] Áns saga bogsveigis (The Aaga of An the Bow-Bender)
[92.] Ásmundar saga kappabana (The saga of Asmund the Champion-Killer)
[93.] Bósa saga ok Herrauðs (The Saga of Bosi and Herraud)
[94.] Egils saga einhenda ok Ásmundar berserkjabana (The Story of Egil One-Hand and Asmund Berserkers-Slayer)
[95.] Frá Fornjóti ok hans ættmönnum (Of Fornjot and His Kinsmen)
[96.] Friðþjófs saga ins frækna (Frithiof’s Saga)
[97.] Gautreks saga (Gautrek’s Saga)
[98.] Gríms saga loðinkinna (The Saga of Grim Shaggy-Cheek)
[99.] Göngu-Hrólfs saga (Gongu-Hrolf’s Saga)
[100.] Hálfdanar saga Brönufóstra (The Saga of Halfdan, Bran’s Foster-Son)
[101.] Hálfdanar saga Eysteinssonar (The Saga of Halfdan Eysteinsson)
[102.] Hálfs saga og Hálfsrekka (The Saga of Half and His Heroes)
[103.] Helga þáttr Þórissonar (The Tale of Helgi Thorisson)
[104.] Hervarar saga og Heiðreks (The Saga of Hervar and Heidrek)
[105.] Hjálmþés saga ok Ölvis (The Saga of Hjalmthes and Olvis)
[106.] Hrólfs saga Gautrekssonar (The Saga of Hrolf Gautreksson)
[107.] Hrólfs saga kraka ok kappa hans (The Saga of King Hrolf Kraki and his Champions)
[108.] Hrómundar saga Gripssonar (The Saga of Hromund Gripsson)
[109.] Illuga saga Gríðarfóstra (The Saga of Illugi, Grid’s Foster-Son)
[110.] Ketils saga hængs (Ketil’s Saga)
[111.] Norna-Gests þáttur (The Tale of Norna-Gest)
[112.] Ragnars saga loðbrókar (The Saga of Ragnar Lodbrok)
[113.] Sturlaugs saga starfsama (Sturlaug’s Saga)
[114.] Sögubrot af nokkrum fornkonungum í Dana ok Svíaveldi (Fragment of a Saga about Certain Ancient Kings)
[115.] Sörla saga sterka (The Saga of Sorli the Strong)
[116.] Sörla þáttur eða Héðins saga ok Högna (The Tale of Sorli, or the Saga of Hedin and Hogni)
[117.] Tóka þáttur Tókasonar (The Tale of Toka Tokason)
[118.] Völsunga saga (Saga of the Volsungs)
[119.] Yngvars saga víðförla (The Saga of Yngvar the Far-travelled)
[120.] Þáttur af Ragnars sonum (The Tale of Ragnar’s Sons)
[121.] Þorsteins saga Víkingssonar (The Saga of Thorstein Vikingsson)
[122.] Þorsteins þáttr bæjarmagns (The Tale of Thorstein House-Power)
[123.] Örvar-Odds saga (Arrow-Odd’s Saga)

HeimskringlaKonungasögur (The Sagas of the Kings of Norway):
*** All of these can be read online for free at the following links: Heimskringla vol. I, vol. II, and vol. III.

[124.] Ynglinga saga (Saga of the Ynglings)
[125.] Hálfdanar saga svarta (The Saga of Halfdan the Black)
[126.] Haraldar saga hárfagra (The Saga of King Harald Fair-Hair)
[127.] Hákonar saga Aðalsteinsfóstra (The Saga of King Harkon, Athalstein’s Foster-Son)
[128.] Haralds saga gráfeldar (The Saga of King Harald Greycloak)
[129.] Ólafs saga Tryggvasonar (The Saga of King Olaf Tryggvason)
[130.] Ólafs saga helga (The Saga of Saint Olaf)
[131.] Magnúss saga góða (The Saga of King Magnus the Good)
[132.] Haralds saga Sigurðarsonar (The Saga of King Harald Sigurdsson)
[133.] Ólafs saga kyrra (The Saga of King Olaf the Gentle)
[134.] Magnúss saga berfætts (The Saga of King Magnus Barefoot)
[135.] Magnússona saga (The Saga of Magnus’ Sons)
[136.] Magnúss saga blinda og Haralds gilla (The Saga of Magnus the Blind and Harald Gilli)
[137.] Saga Inga konungs og bræðra hans (The Saga of King Ingi and his Brothers)
[138.] Hákonar saga herðibreiðs (The Saga of King Hakon the Broad-shouldered)
[139.] Magnúss saga Erlingssonar (The Saga of King Magnus Erlingsson)

Biskupasögur (Sagas of Bishops):

[140.] Hungrvaka (The History of the First Five Bishops of Skálholt)
[141.] Þorláks saga helga (The Saga of Saint Thorlak)
[142.] Páls saga biskups (The Saga of Bishop Pal)
[143.] Árna saga biskups (The Saga of Bishop Arni)
[144.] Ísleifs þáttr biskups (The Saga of Bishop Isleif)
[145.] Jóns þáttr Halldórssonar (The Tale of Jon Halldorsson)
[146.] Jóns saga helga (The Saga of Saint Jon)
[147.] Guðmundar saga biskups (The Saga of Bishop Gudmund)
[148.] Lárentíus saga (The Saga of Bishop Laurentius Kalfsson)

Other Sagas and ‘Collections’:

[149+.] Sturlunga saga (Contains various sagas concerning thirteenth-century Iceland)
[150+.] Heilagra manna sögur (A genre of sagas about over 100 saints, but not only Icelandic saints — much of this material comes from Latin texts)
[151+.] Riddarasögur (A genre of sagas concerning knights and romances, but not only Icelandic or Norse tales — many are just translated tales from elsewhere)
[152.] Jómsvíkinga saga (Saga of the Jomsvikings)
[153.] Íslendingabók (The Book of the Icelanders)
[154.] Kristni saga (The Saga of Christ)

Eddas:

[155.] Prose Edda
[156.] Poetic Edda
[157+.] Other Old Norse Poems: It is also worth mentioning a collection of Old Norse, non-skaldic poems by Lee M. hollander, which includes sixteen poems relating to mythological and heroic material. This is no ‘Edda’, but it is relatable.
[158.] Uppsala Edda: Do not let this confuse you, for it is really just an academic version of the Prose Edda, in a sense (I believe). Regardless, it is worth mentioning for the sake of reading options and educational resources. You may read it online for free HERE.


I mentioned it a few times throughout the list, but a reasonable handful of these texts can be found to read for free online at the Viking Society for Northern Research. I highly recommend paying them a visit, for there is a great deal of freely accessible, academically reliable information to be read there.

For now, that is all that I can confidently rummage up for you. It is not the best list, not by any means, but it will give you quite a bit of material to consider. I plan to do with all these sagas what I have done for the Sagas and Tales of Icelanders, which is to locate where each saga can be found for reading in English (if available). Such projects take time, especially when I am working alone, but they will be done regardless. For now, I truly hope this list will suffice.

Með vinsemd og virðingu,
(With friendliness and respect,)
– Fjorn


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PLL UNANSWERED QUESTIONS

(Not in any particular order)

1. CeCe claims that she wasn’t the one to talk to Melissa (even though she told Emily that she talked to her to get the tapes and we saw a flashback) and that it was Bethany. So how is Melissa and Bethany talking if they don’t know each other and how did Jason know what Bethany looked like to mistake her for being CeCe?
2. The rooftop incident is one of the biggest plot holes from 6x10. First of all, why would a institution let patients on a rooftop WITHOUT supervision? No hospital does that. And how is Charles 12 years old when Marion died in 2007?yes I know you wanna kiss me.
3. Why did it say “prom queen” in the yearbook if cece didn’t go to school at rosewood high? Just sit on down so we can take your picture even though you don’t go to school here.
4. What was the point of bringing up that Mrs. D and Mr. Young (Bethany’s dad) had an affair if it’s never not going to be addressed again? Further more, who the fuck are Bethany’s parents and why did Mrs. D tell Bethany to call her “aunt Jessie”? Also we didn’t see Bethany’s face only when she was a child…
5. What does Sara Harvey have against Hanna? I recall seeing redcoat burning Hanna’s doll head off…
6. How did CeCe become an expert in the medical field?
7. Apparently CeCe found out that Ali was alive in 3x24 but yet weren’t Noel and CeCe helping Alison the whole time? I can’t remember if it was an assumption since Ali helped CeCe escape to Paris and we assumed it was because Cece helped Ali stay in hiding, too. So if someone can explain that to me that would be great.
8. Marlene confirmed in via interview that CeCe buried Mrs D so CeCe is just going to send a video of burying her mom and send it Alison even though she claimed that she loved her? but now we’re being told that Mary might been the one to bury her…. well what the fuck.
9. What the fuck happened to Eddie lamb?
10. Why did A need a tux rental if it was CeCe and Sara?
11. So did CeCe turn herself in at the end of 4x23? Or did someone else turn her in? It’s a plot hole until explained.
12. Why would CeCe dress as a male in the dollhouse if she identifies herself as female now? No one that is transgender wouldn’t do that because it would remind them of their past. You can say that she did it to make the girls think it’s a guy or whatever but a trans person wouldn’t do that.
13. In 6x06 Mona said that Leslie said that two patients snuck out that night CHARLES and Bethany, who the fuck is Charles? That would’ve been Charlotte by then.
14. Why did Barry help CeCe escape?
15. If Jessica was protecting CeCe, then why bother telling the girls that she didn’t want Ali and CeCe spending time together. If she was protecting CeCe, why cast any suspicious light on her at all?
16. Why didn’t Mrs. D show any emotion to CeCe being arrested? She just starred at her…
17. If she was a patient at Radley while attending U Penn, then how in the hell did she have a room mate when she went to U Penn? If the room mate was just a person she hired, then why have her tell the girls that she blamed them and Ali for her getting kicked out of U Penn.
18. Why did Wren make CeCe a visitors badge?
19. How was CeCe allowed to go to cape may if she was in radley? They’re not going to let you out for summer trips….
20. Spencer said she felt something familiar about the guy in the dollhouse, now before y'all say that it’s because CeCe and Spencer are sisters, this wasn’t planned back then and CeCe and Spencer barely had any interaction with each other. So how is the person going to feel familiar to you if you barely know them?
21. “One of you have been touch by the one Alison fears the most.” We can all assume that it was because Aria touched CeCe when she was about to fall in 4x12 but Alison never feared CeCe and I just don’t think so….
22. Why are the girls irrelevant to the mystery and are just being tortured for fun
23. Why was Mary at the blind school in 7x10?
24. Who was the blond girl in the window of Alison’s bedroom in 1x01?
25. When and where did CeCe and Sara meet?
26. Why did Sara help CeCe and what were her motives?
27. Marlene confirmed in via interview that Ian killed himself, okay why?
28. What was Alison talking about in 4x24 that she saw Ian walk out of the church after pushing him off? I recall Ian looking colorless on that rope….
29. Who was the person in 5x03 that was behind the glass with Mona while Hanna is getting her hair done?
30. Who the person in the black cap talking to Melissa on the security footage in 5x07?
31. Why would CeCe frame her sister for murder if she loved her so much?
32. Why would CeCe toss her fucking brother down an elevator shaft? “Oh Charlotte was angry.” Confirmed in via interview. um okay we need better answers than that marlene….
33. Who was the blond girl at the reptile place in 4x20? With our luck they’re probably going to say it was Sara…
34. Who exactly knew that Alison was alive? Because it seemed like a lot of people knew….
35. Who dug up Alison’s grave? Who exactly was there that night? You could say it was CeCe but it never came out of her mouth that she did it.
36. How did Maya die? Is she really dead? Why didn’t we get any closure? Lyndon was the one who supposedly killed her but yet he had no relevance to the story… and he didn’t even confirm that he killed her. “What do you think?” Isn’t confirmation.
37. Was Melissa really the other queen of hearts? We didn’t see her.
38. Who gave Ali the bloody lip?
39. Why was Noel helping CeCe in the dollhouse? What did CeCe have on him?
40. What is Melissa’s significance to the story? Why did Melissa take that photo of Wilden, Alison, and CeCe on the boat at cape may?
41. Why didn’t Eddie and Wren not like each other that much? “The minute that guy got here it wasn’t for the right reasons.” well what the fuck.
42. Who did Mona, Jenna, and Sydney meet at the park in 5x05?
43. Who was Wren talking to on the phone in 4x10? Why did he want
44. Was Bethany really the one who was writing to Alison or was it it CeCe?
45. Marlene said black widow was Endgame so is Sara Harvey endgame?
46. Why did Melissa want the NAT club videos so bad?
47. What were on the NAT club videos and what happened to them?
48. WHAT HAPPENED TO VARJACK?
49. What happened to Cyrus?
50. Why were 3 people wearing yellow tops that night?
51. What did Maya know? That Nate was in town? Because Nate isn’t relevant to the story
52. Why did Jason have stab wound on his side?
53. Who did Aria stab with the screwdriver?
54. Marlene confirmed in via interview that Wilden was acting alone but yet we heard two voices talking?
55. Who did Spencer hear scream in 1x01?
56. Who was the person in the black hoodie that Mona gave the pills to in 3x13?
57. Who hit Toby over the head that night and planted that lighter?
58. Jenna said that Wilden saw Alison that night, how come Alison never mentioned this when she came back? Was Jenna lying?
59. Why were Melissa and Ian in such a rush to get married? What did they need the alibi for?
60. What blond girl was Dr. Palmer talking about?
61. Why are there two different versions of the kissing rock video?
62. Who the fuck is Dr. Sullivan’s son? Mona was apparently threatening him in 2x25.
63. Why was Andrew being adopted brought up in the first place if it’s just going to be dropped?
64. Why were Jenna and Shana afraid of Melissa?
65. Why does 214 keep being brought up and what’s the significance of it?
66. Since it has been “confirmed” that Noel pushed the girl down the steps at the frat party, why did cece’s roommate say that Alison was the one to push the girl down the steps which resulted in getting cece kicked out?
67. What did Jenna give Shana at the park in 2x24?
68. Who did Jason give the 50,000 dollars to? And what kind of information did they give him in order for him to give them the money?
69. Why did Mona tell Wren “that’s before I knew where your loyalties lie.”?
70. Who attacked Alison on Halloween? We were led to believe that it was Lucas but it was never confirmed.
71. Who opened the door to that creepy house in 2x13? And why was there a radley car outside of the house?
72. What was the significance of the ghost girl and how come only Ashley saw her?
73. Who was the person in the redcoat Wren was coloring in?
74. What led Ezra to believe that Mrs. D was A?
75. What happened at Ali’s house when Alison came over to Spencer’s house. crying?
76. Who was that little boy at the doll shop referring to when he said “a man and woman with dark hair?”
77. Why did Mike have 18,000 followers in his bank account?
78. So Shana’s death was just forgotten about?
79. Where was Jason when he was suppose to be at rehab?
80. Did Cyrus really cut Alison’s leg? And if not where did it come from?
81. Why would Alison take pictures of Aria while sleeping?
82. Why did Melissa and Alison have masks made of themselves?
83. Who did Alison get in the car with outside of hectors?
84. What did the lawyer in 5x22 tell Ezra? He basically said that “If you don’t tell me then you can tell the police.” but yet he came out and said he wouldn’t tell him anything? What?
85. Who set up the A bullshit at the park in 5x01?
86. Who was the guy that knew Emily’s name?
87. What was up with the bloody bandages in Jason’s trash?
88. Why was Holbrook kissing Alison at the ice ball?
89. Why was CeCe on Ezra’s payroll?
90. Why was CeCe eavesdropping on aria and Ezra in 4x11?
91. What the fuck happened to Pepe and Tippy?
92. Why was Alison blackmailing people for money if she wasn’t planning on running away?
93. Who was Ali’s friends boyfriend that pulled the gun on her?
94. How is CeCe hanging out at a pub where Ezra and Ali met if she was suppose to be at radley?
95. What was Grunwald talking about when she said “Each one hated the other because each one feared the other because each one knew something about the other.”?
96. Who was hiding upstairs in the dilaurentis house?
97. Who was living under the crawlspace at the dilaurentis house? Was it Sara or CeCe?
98. Who was Bethany talking about on the tapes?
99. Why are there quotation marks around the word “Dr.” Kingston on the police board?
100. How did Alison’s ‘Jenna Thing’ bracelet get on Bethany’s body if she left it with Mona at the Lost Woods Resort?
101. What is the ‘plan’ Bethany is talking about on the tape?
102. Was the story Mona told Spencer about her seeing Alison as Vivian in Brookhaven in 2x25 true? Or did she just make it up? If it was true, who was Alison watching?
103. What was on page 5 of Alison’s autopsy report?
104. Who took the photo of Alison and the Liars in 4x13 that was given to Holbrook?
105. Who took the photograph of Alison with Spencer’s shadow in the background the night she disappeared?
106. Is Alison’s ghost story about the twins real? If so, who are the twins?
107. Why would CeCe let the Liars think Ali was A? She said she was mad at the liars for being glad that Ali was dead, but she actively let them hate her.
108. Why did Bethany have Melissa’s riding helmet?
109. Why did Melissa say she saw Toby in London when she didn’t?
110. Why did Wren misspell the word “diagnosis”?

Well that’s it. At least that’s all I put down… let’s see how all (or at least half) this is answered within the next 3 episodes. WE NEVER GOT CONFIRMED ANSWERS FOR THESE.

wonhotmonsta  asked:

Hi! For the writing prompt thing, could you do 81 with Min Yoongi from bts, please? Btw congrats on 4k!! Thats awesome!

Thank you!!~ 💖


81. “We’re in the middle of a thunderstorm and you want to stop and feel the rain?”


Min Yoongi (Suga) x Reader

Genre: Fluff

Word Count: 287

Originally posted by yoonmin

“No Y/N,” he said taking your hand and increasing his walking speed. “Are you stupid? We’re in the middle of a thunderstorm and you want to stop and feel the rain? You’re soaking wet as it is, we better find shelter soon.”

“But Yoongi, the little drops are so pretty,” you pouted, stopping anyway. 

“Yeah yeah but I don’t care about that right now,” he said taking his jacket off and putting it over your head. “Because I will have to be the one to take care of you when you get sick after this.”

“But it would be worth it,” you giggled and he just sighed, he could never win an argument against you whenever you looked at him like that. 

“Can you at least come with me till I find shelter and then you can go dance in the rain or whatever,” he asked and you nodded, getting hold of his hand again. You wondered how it’s possible for it to stay so warm in this rain. You quickly found a closed down souvenir shop, luckily it’s roof was wide enough for you two to stand under. You stayed there in silence, watching the rain pour down.

“What? Don’t want to feel the rain anymore?” he laughed.

“I decided that your hand is too warm to let go,” you said squeezing it. 

“Stop.”

“What did you say?”

“I said stop being so cute,” he answered, averting his gaze from you. 

“You’re the cute one. Blushing like that,” you chuckled.

“I blame you. You’re the source of all my heart problems,” he said, pulling you closer. “If you catch a cold, I will kill you myself.”

“Yeah, right,” you thought leaning your head on his shoulder.

Psalms 1: For removal of the ungodly from a group; for a safe pregnancy.
Psalms 2: To aid in disbanding and breaking up enemy conspiracies.
Psalms 3: For relief from a severe headache or from back pain.
Psalms 4: For restful and peaceful sleep; to change one’s luck from bad to good.
Psalms 5: For finding favor with authorities or superiors in business.
Psalms 6: For healing diseases of the eye; for protection in the dark.
Psalms 7: To stop conspiracies, enemy pursuit, for court cases.
Psalms 8: Business success through the good will of associates; blessing of oils.
Psalms 9: To punish enemies; to restore health to male children; for court cases.
Psalms 10: To cleanse off an unclean, restless, or intranquil spirit.
Psalms 11: To cast off fear; for righteous retribution against your foes.
Psalms 12: For protection against severe persecution or oppression.
Psalms 13: For safety from unnatural death; for curing painful eye diseases.
Psalms 14: To stop libel and slander from tarnishing the trust others have in you.
Psalms 15: To exorcise evil spirits and devils from a person; for mental peace.
Psalms 16: To identify a thief; to change sorrow to joy and heal to pain.
Psalms 17: For safe travel abroad and to help bring a loved one safely home.
Psalms 18: To drive off approaching robbers; for anointing the sick to cure them.
Psalms 19: For help in childbirth, for release from jail, to remove evil spirits.
Psalms 20: Protection from danger for a day; to be justified in a court case.
Psalms 21: To both calm a storm and to offer protection for seafarers and sailors.
Psalms 22: For travel protection from dangerous storms, pirates, beasts, and men.
Psalms 23: For prosperity, love, protection, wisdom, and guidance.
Psalms 24: For protection from floods and escape from rising waters.
Psalms 25: Forgiveness of the sins of youth; protection from capture.
Psalms 26: For the release of someone from confinement or from jail.
Psalms 27: For protection and hospitality while one is travelling abroad.
Psalms 28: To bring back estranged friends who have become hostile to you.
Psalms 29: To drive out devils and restore peace and tranquility to the home.
Psalms 30: For protection from enemies; for recovery from severe illnesses.
Psalms 31: For protection from conspiracies, back-biting, and gossip.
Psalms 32: To gain respect, love, grace, and blessings from Heaven.
Psalms 33: To protect, unite, and bless all of the members of a family.
Psalms 34: To destroy and reverse back evil; for protection while travelling.
Psalms 35: For justice to prevail in court cases and legal matters.
Psalms 36: For protection from slander and gossip and to expose liars.
Psalms 37: For protection against slander, gossip, lies, and evil-doers.
Psalms 38: To help in court cases where slander fouled up the proceedings.
Psalms 39: To turn around a court case when false testimony has been given.
Psalms 40: For protection against evil spirits and to cast them out.
Psalms 41: To restore a good name if slander and gossip have ruined a reputation.
Psalms 42: For spiritual guidance; for answers in dreams; for love reconciliation.
Psalms 43: To work against slander and wicked people; to turn back evil.
Psalms 44: To guard and protect against enemies, invading armies, or war.
Psalms 45: For peace between husband and wife; to calm an angry spouse.
Psalms 46: To help a struggling marriage; to soothe marital tensions.
Psalms 47: To gain favour from those in power; for mastery over people.
Psalms 48: To destroy hateful and envious enemies; to seize them with terror.
Psalms 49: To help heal and ease serious illnesses, diseases, and fevers.
Psalms 50: For healing; to overcome fevers and other forms of sickness.
Psalms 51: For cleansing and removing sin, especially after acts of revenge.
Psalms 52: To end all manner of gossip and calumny by poison-tongued people.
Psalms 53: To protect from enemies whose names are known or unknown.
Psalms 54: To give protection by reversing works of evil and malice.
Psalms 55: To call upon the Lord to bring down retribution against attackers.
Psalms 56: For intercession by the Almighty to remove temptation and bad habits.
Psalms 57: To turn around one’s luck, changing bad luck into good luck.
Psalms 58: For warding off snakes and wild beasts; to reverse evil unto enemies.
Psalms 59: To bring down the vengeance of the Lord against one’s enemies.
Psalms 60: For the Lord to march into battle and protect His soldiers.
Psalms 61: For a new home to be fixed with good fortune, happiness, and peace.
Psalms 62: For forgiveness of sins and to gain the blessing of the Lord.
Psalms 63: To protect from being victimized by business partners and investors.
Psalms 64: For protection, especially while at sea, and for a safe return.
Psalms 65: For road opening that breaks through barriers and leads to success.
Psalms 66: To remove evil spirits; to heal those possessed; for wishes to come true.
Psalms 67: Against illness and fever; to free one who has been imprisoned or bound.
Psalms 68: Recited while preparing baths that are used to exorcise evil spirits.
Psalms 69: To free one from slavery to addictions and unhealthy habits.
Psalms 70: To cast down and reverse the wickedness wrought by enemies.
Psalms 71: To release clients from prison, for acquittals in court cases.
Psalms 72: To craft charms and talismans that bring a client favour and grace.
Psalms 73: To protect travellers against religious persecution in foreign lands.
Psalms 74: For an end to persecution and to destroy oppressors and persecutors.
Psalms 75: Used along with specially prepared baths for the cleansing of sins.
Psalms 76: For the Lord’s intercession, to provide protection from all attacks.
Psalms 77: Used against danger, poverty, chronic illness, drought, and famine.
Psalms 78: To gain favors from kings, princes, and other government officials.
Psalms 79: To utterly destroy the wicked and also to cast fatal curses.
Psalms 80: To end spiritual doubts and to prevent people falling into unbelief.
Psalms 81: To save people from error and mistakes, for safety from accidents.
Psalms 82: To facilitate business deals and assist those making investments.
Psalms 83: To keep clients safe during times of war, persecution, and captivity.
Psalms 84: For healing, especially when the body has contracted unusual odors.
Psalms 85: To soften hearts and restore peace to friends who have become enemies.
Psalms 86: To bring goodness, spiritual peace, and happiness to the community.
Psalms 87: To cleanse the community before starting healing and blessing work.
Psalms 88: To remove evil and bring blessings; used with baths and talismans.
Psalms 89: To anoint the sick, to secure a release from prison, for psychic vision.
Psalms 90: Used with Psalms 91 for protection; also to bless the work of the hands.
Psalms 91: For protection from distress and harm; to exorcize evil spirits.
Psalms 92: Prayed over herbal baths used to bring good fortune and high honors.
Psalms 93: Against prosecution by unjust and oppressive men; to win in court.
Psalms 94: For protection and to turn all evil back onto your enemies.
Psalms 95: To cleanse sins; to pray for guidance and forgiveness for enemies.
Psalms 96: To bless a family and bring happiness, peace, and joy to them.
Psalms 97: Used with Psalms 96 for healing, blessing, and cleansing a family.
Psalms 98: To restore peace between two hostile families; to bless a home.
Psalms 99: For praise and devotion to God; to gain conversation with God.
Psalms 100: To bring victory against enemies by uplifting the client.
Psalms 101: For protection against enemies and to be rid of evil spirits.
Psalms 102: For assistance in matters of fertility and to be granted grace.
Psalms 103: For help in conceiving of a child and for the forgiveness of sins.
Psalms 104: To cleanse away evil; to bless natural curios and spiritual supplies.
Psalms 105: For healing illnesses, especially recurrent or periodic fevers.
Psalms 106: For healing and to restore one to health, especially from fevers.
Psalms 107: For remission or healing from periodic or recurrent fevers.
Psalms 108: Utilized in a spell for financial success in your place of business.
Psalms 109: Used in a powerful curse against oppressive, slanderous enemies.
Psalms 110: For victory; to cause enemies to bow before you and beg for mercy.
Psalms 111: Recited to acquire many friends, as well as respect, and admiration.
Psalms 112: To increase in might and power, for success, abundance, and blessings.
Psalms 113: Prayers and blessings for those in need; to stop infidelity and heresy.
Psalms 114: Used in a spell for success in matters of finance, business, and money.
Psalms 115: To foster truth-telling, for victory in debate over scoffers and mockers.
Psalms 116: Recited daily for protection from violent or sudden death or injury.
Psalms 117: For forgiveness of a failure to keep a vow or promise that you made.
Psalms 118: For protection against those who try to misguide or lead you astray.
Psalms 119: The longest Psalm, its 22 alphabetic divisions cover all human problems.
Psalms 120: For success in court and for protection against snakes and scorpions.
Psalms 121: For safety at night, both during sleep and while travelling in darkness.
Psalms 122: For peace within a city, and to gain the favour of those in high station.
Psalms 123: Employed in a spell to cause a servant, trainee, or employee to return.
Psalms 124: Cleansing of the soul, protection at sea and from being wronged.
Psalms 125: For protection in foreign lands and against those who work iniquity.
Psalms 126: After miscarriage or the death of a child; for the next child to live.
Psalms 127: Placed in a mojo for the protection and blessing of a newborn baby.
Psalms 128: For a fortunate, accident-free pregnancy; for uncomplicated childbirth.
Psalms 129: Recited daily to prepare one for a long life of virtue and good works.
Psalms 130: Recited to the four quarters when passing by sentries in a war zone.
Psalms 131: Recited three times a day to reduce one’s sin of pride and scornfulness.
Psalms 132: To remediate one’s unpunctuality and failure to perform duties on time.
Psalms 133: To retain the love and respect of friends and to gain many more friends.
Psalms 134: For altar work in matters of higher education and for success in school.
Psalms 135: For repentance, spirituality, and rededication of one’s life to God.
Psalms 136: Recited on behalf of those who wish to confess and be cleansed of sins.
Psalms 137: For cleansing of the heart and soul from hate, envy, evil, and vice.
Psalms 138: Recited daily to bring love and friendship from the Lord.
Psalms 139: To nurture and maintain love, especially within the context of marriage.
Psalms 140: To restore tranquility and to preserve and maintain relationships.
Psalms 141: To ward against terror and fear and against looming oppression.
Psalms 142: To heal the body, restore health, and alleviate pain and suffering.
Psalms 143: To heal bodily limbs, especially the arms and to alleviate pain.
Psalms 144: To speed up healing and to ensure the perfect mend of a broken arm.
Psalms 145: To cleanse and purify clients who are beset by ghosts or evil spirits.
Psalms 146: Used with altar work for healing and recovery after being wounded.
Psalms 147: For healing wounds and bites from snakes, insects, and other animals.
Psalms 148: Used with Psalms 149 to keep clients safe from accidents by fire.
Psalms 149: Used with altar work to protect against fire-related accidents.
Psalms 150: For the glory of the Lord and to give thanks for His intervention.