but it will be mostly crying

anonymous asked:

How did the kittens' point of view go when Zelena was in the shop?

Originally posted by cwunch

Momma went away and left us with Papa in a new place that has lots of interesting smells.  Papa didn’t want us to play in part of it, but mostly he stayed with us, so it was okay.  He has toys and bits of string and boxes to hide in.

Originally posted by thecatsmustbecrazy

But then a female human came in, and she smelled like wickedness.  We could tell Papa didn’t like her, so we decided to help

Originally posted by phantomintheshadows

Humans carry these weird pouches around because their teeth aren’t strong enough to carry things, so one of us bit her while another pooped in her pouch.  She made more noise than we do crying for food, which scared us, but she ran off and she never came back.

We think Papa was pleased, because he petted us and gave us nice food

Originally posted by elcascanueces

yo what up fam squad? it’s me, ryan or rae or rye or whatever… since there is another ryan up in here it could get confusing. i like late night trips to wawa and flowers. back home i have three cacti and a small garden on my balcony, plants are actually my children. i snap pics of people and post them on social media. mostly i can be found listening to kanye’s remix of this ain’t a scene or crying over midtown. hmu at hotsaucepackett on gh.

There’s always that one song. Where you’re mostly happy and everything is mostly okay and you’re listening to music and that one sing comes up and you just feel your world crash down around you. You feel like crying, or screaming, or just,, staring at the wall with wide, blank eyes. You can’t skip it cuz it’s hard to move and you just die for a moment until you come back to your senses and skip it, questioning why you ever had that song in your playlist, but you for some reason, don’t have the heart to get rid of it. So You’re just stuck.

jfmesq  asked:

I so agree with you! I watched all seasons of xxxholic recently, and when I finished (after crying my eyes out because there was no life anymore), I came in Tumblr searching for fanarts, comics, drawings... anything about it and got really upset. The content is reduced, mostly gifs about scenes of the anime, and you are the only one I follow (with notifications alert) that can feed me with beautiful material about something I love so much. Thank you a lot... like, A LOT! 😘

omg thank you so much for saying that! it makes me really happy that i could share the watanukis my love for the series with everyone else too! it’s always a lot of fun when there are others who accepts my dumb headcanons ahahaha

rei’s been on hiatus for a while now but i’m sure that if it ever gets out of that phase, there would be more content for us all to cry over… the misery never ends!

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someone asked how I did the tears in that Aoyama pic so here we go

get ur lil crying anime face ready

use a bright blue

lower that shit

do the same with a darker blue but UNDER the lineart layer 

duplicate the layer and use the aitbrush to kinda hollow it out mostly the middle section so u get smt like this

use white to outline uuuhhh all of the tears

use pink and kinda scribble on them with water color on a new layer

add it and lower the opacity

do the same with these colors

then add a saturation layer and u got it

The 3rd House of Ideas, Communication & Writing

Third House in Aries
~ Writing Style: Always an active voice, declarative statements, kernel sentences, strong verbs. Straightforwardness, creativity, imagination, challenges to be won and rules to be broken. Personal approach. Vivid imagery. 
~ Author who shares this placement: J.K. Rowling

Third House in Taurus
~ Writing Style: Observant. Realistic approach. Critical about the values around them. Focus on the tangible, physical, material. Lyrical writing. Consistent ideas, evocative characters, dealing with luxury/wealth/success/hedonism.
~ Author who shares this placement: F Scott Fitzgerald

Third House in Gemini
~Writing Style: Free verse, loose prose, accompanying & recording the self’s mind. Ambiguity. Dialects, slangs, colloquialisms- varied forms of speech. Intellectual exploration, mental bonding. Pluralist views.
~ Author who shares this placement: Walt Whitman

Third House in Cancer
~Writing Style: Inner thoughts, the Psyche. “Domestic drama”. Historical examination while sharing deep insights into human nature, almost like a psychological analysis. 
~Author who shares this placement: Leo Tolstoy

Third House in Leo
 ~Writing Style: Opinionated, straightforward, visionary. Tendency to exaggerate to make a point. Over-examination of relationships around them. Dynamic mind actively seeking to understand/explain the environment the self is inserted in.
~Author who shares this placement: Aldous Huxley

Third House in Virgo
~Writing Style: Carefully constructed string of thought. Philosophical digging accompanied by a sophisticated use of irony. Deadpan humor, factual information, methodical & long sentences.
~Author who shares this placement: Franz Kafka

Third House in Libra
~Writing Style: An emphasis on the female character. Chaste simplicity and the beauty of words stringing together. “Refined, educated, precise and intricate”. Use of interconnected ideas instead of short, simplified sentences.
~Author who shares this placement: Charlotte Bronte

Third House in Scorpio
~Writing Style: Exploration of human’s psychology- struggling, evolving, growing. The unsolved, the unknown, the unseen. Sharp remarks, a clever pace, and a focus on dark subjects such as death.
~Author who shares this placement: Agatha Christie

Third House in Sagittarius
~Writing Style: Philosophical. Mostly, rambling. Fast rhythm, with sentences rushing across the pages. Spontaneous prose. An ecstatic embrace of the world and every possibility. 
~Author who shares this placement: Jack Kerouac 

Third House in Capricorn
~Writing Style: Sad, tragic or dark themes. Structured sentences, serious tones, focusing on the struggles and challenges of life…and death. 
~Author who shares this placement: Allan Poe

Third House in Aquarius
~Writing Style: Peculiar and unique. Interesting and inventive. Odd construction of sentences. A humorous style, sometimes parodical, other times satirical. Great use of one’s ability to think outside the box.
~Author who shares this placement: Lewis Carrol

Third House in Pisces
~Writing Style: Free-flowing ideas and concepts, sometimes contradictory and confusing, other times ingenious and mind-blowing. Mostly confessions or bits of self-examination, or a cry out for the underdog.
~Author who shares this placement: Fyodor Dostoevsky

Find your 3rd house placement | by Crystal Melbourne | Within the Zodiac 

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Hiryuu doods as a warm up

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Inktober 2017 - 29 & 30 & 31 - United & Found & Mask

Finally.

#bnhainktober day 6: favorite episode? shoto todoroki: origin HANDS DOWN 🙌 

the list of prompts that i’m using: (x)

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a quick rick and morty fananimatic
just for fun and some practice.

if you’re too busy to watch the whole thing, skip to the morty parts! :0

PULP FICTION 📖 [ACT 1]

PAIRING: steve harrington x reader, billy hargrove x reader

summary: nancy breaks up with steve and he is a bit of a mess when you find him. being the new girl in hawkins you try to befriend and keep nancy off his mind. it backfires and now you have him falling in love with you, as you fight off the urge to fall in love with him, too. [THIS IS AN AU!]

warnings: swearing, sexual situations, violence

a/n: quentin tarantino is my favorite director and i really love old movies. so here’s this. lot’s of music in here. also, nothing too major happens now. just two characters meet. this is possibly the maybe first time i have such an independant/strong reader

if you like my stuff and want to support me, don’t forget to treat me to a KO-FI!

MASTERLIST.

[ACT 2.]

music.

“Hey, sorry to bother you. I wouldn’t be if… if you didn’t look like you could use some company.”

Your statement is met with silence as the unfamiliar guy in front of you lifts his eyes up to stare at you in bewilderment. Late autumn wind blows past and ruins your neat hairdo. Your hand grips the strap of your purse; you note tears glisten in his deep brown eyes and decide to look away so he’d have enough time to collect himself. The guy sniffles, rubs his eyes before giving you a tight smile; He opens his mouth to possibly dismiss you, but you beat him to it, “There’s no shame in crying. If you’re sad, you’re sad, right? Nothing you can do about it.” He sighs, “May I sit?” You inquire. After a moment of consideration, he gives a curt nod. And so you do.

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