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@friisans

I’ve been waiting to post this! A small pic of these two meme queens from Altertale and Undertwist. Honestly, Frii, you and your art are one of my many inspirations. Not to mention your amazing AT AU also had a big influence on my AU, too! You’re just so amazing. You keep being awesome! I love your blog!

…Also, sorry if this looks kind of bad. I sort of drew it at 4am. :>

Poland: Polish MEP Korwin-Mikke said “women must earn less than men because they are weaker, smaller, and less intelligent.” …. I’m pretty sure we have rules against this sort of bullshit.

Lithuania: Smaller…?

Poland: Don’t tell Russia.  

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minor season 2 spoilers! i used a few scenes from the trailer so, if you’re avoiding any spoilers at all costs, maybe don’t watch lmao

so ive been working on this since this song came out back in like??? october??? and i got quite a bit done when i first started working on it, but then i rly liked what i had so i stopped lol but then!! i realized that i could make this @dadliestwarrior‘s birthday gift so :D i finished it just for you, tori!! happy birthday!! :D i hope you get everything that you want and that you have a great day :D ilysm im so glad voltron brought us together!! ;w; lance bless (’: i hope you enjoy your video!! ♥

Ellsworld as kids drawing!

Sorry that Tamara’s hair isn’t the right color, I grabbed the wrong marker, and sorry that Tori looks kinda small and that her eyes are kinda close together haha.

That and the fact that it’s a bad-ish pic

Mostly I just couldn’t get these designs out of my head! Enjoy :>

tbfh Deaf West needs to revive every great musical of the 20th and 21st century and win hundreds of prestigious awards and receive abundant recognition and praise for the profoundly beautiful world-changing productions they create

(Post Terminal)

She had almost immediately asked the others if they had noticed anything about having bright blue eyes. Tory had developed a general hypothesis, but she needed to know that she wasn’t alone in the mystery.

With relatively positive answers, it was all she could think about during the school day, and it dragged on forever until she was alone with the boys and they could actually talk about what they guessed was happening.

(”Unless if we’re all just imagining it,” Hi had teasingly suggested.

He had elected not to respond to Ben’s even stare.)

With Coop nearby they had started experimenting to determine what all was happening with what they termed to be ‘icing’ as opposed to ‘flaring.’ It was more consistent, more connected, and arguably less obvious. Sure, it was going to take some adjusting to being able to communicate that much more quickly and in some respects they felt they weren’t as developed as with flaring, but the Virals weren’t over.

They’d been given a new start, Tory reflected as she and Coop played, and that meant everything.

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May’s speech shows how little Scotland means in her dangerous game of Brexit | Lesley Riddoch
The Brexit vote has changed everything, and independence is now a realistic option for many people who voted no to it just two years ago
By Lesley Riddoch

How did Theresa May’s Scottish Conservative party conference speech go down? Ah dear. It’s like shooting fish in a barrel.

“Government is not a platform from which to pursue constitutional obsessions,” said the Tory leader, even though she is presiding over the economic and social nightmare that is Brexit, brought on by her own party’s constitutional obsession with Europe.

Nicola Sturgeon should “get on with the day job”, said the prime minister currently presiding over an omnishambles in every aspect of domestic life. Of course, Scotland’s first minister has questions to answer about educational attainment and a fumbled farm payments system. But one benefit of watching network news these days is wall-to-wall coverage of the domestic difficulties of life in England under the Tories.

There’s a crisis in every aspect of civic society – prisons, hospitals, schools, you name it – and respected individuals are talking openly about crisis conditions within it. Yet May has the audacity to drift north and lecture Scots about the quality of governance? Conditions in many sectors are measurably worse south of the border, where the market runs key services such as health.

As for May’s claim that the Scottish government isn’t coming up with policies and is focused instead on criticising Brexit – what else would a Scottish government do when handed a mandate by its voters on a crucial subject such as Europe? Ignore the 62% of Scots who want to remain?

What has been roundly ignored to date has been the Scottish government’s options paper – still the greatest amount of ink on paper by any government relating to Brexit. It suggests ways to keep Scotland inside the single market, and was presented to the British government in December. To date there has been no official response: all there has been is backtracking.

After promising that powers returning from Europe would be devolved, it now looks as if control over agricultural and fishing subsidies will stay at Westminster when they return from Europe. Yet when SNP politicians seek clarification – as the SNP’s Westminster leader, Angus Robertson, did in prime minister’s questions this week – they are dismissed like stupid, unruly children.

“My way or the highway” is the standard British government response to pleas for opt-outs or flexibility. But behind the scenes, opt-outs aplenty are being considered for constituencies that matter to May – naturally Scotland is not among them.

Top of her priority list is the City of London whose powerful remain-voting bosses are thoroughly panicked by the prospect of banks leaving en masse once article 50 is triggered in March. UK government ministers insist the threat of banking departure is exaggerated, but there’s been much speculation in the financial press that Britain will offer to keep paying into EU coffers to retain “passporting” for the UK’s financial sector and persuade those “quivering” bosses to stay.

Likewise, the car manufacturer Nissan has apparently obtained some assurance from May, which means it can keep producing cars in the UK. If there is a Nissan opt-out from expected post-Brexit tariffs of 10% on car exports, will other car manufacturers stand quietly by? And if car manufacturers are given special treatment what about other industries?

The Spanish government says the only way citizens of Gibraltar can retain freedom of movement is joint sovereignty – so May is under pressure to devise an opt-out for the tiny enclave, where 96% voted to remain.

And of course there is the special and delicate problem of Ireland – both sides of the border voted to remain in the EU, mostly because membership removes the vexed problem of an internal border. If there is a bolder geographical fix offered to Northern Ireland, Scotland will be the only important player left out in the cold.

That’s why independence is becoming an option for many people who voted no two short years back – many on the back of a cast-iron assurance that the only way to stay in the EU was to stay in the UK.

Now it’s evident that precisely the opposite is the case. 

And while Europe isn’t necessarily the most powerful part of the constitutional debate, jobs, economic stability and trading prospects certainly are. There’s no doubt Brexit has created a massive material change to the case for Scotland staying in the union. It’s true there hasn’t been an equally large movement in the opinion polls yet – partly because folk fear more upheaval during a time of upheaval, and mostly because the Scottish government hasn’t actively begun campaigning for a second referendum yet. Of course, Sturgeon is rattling sabres, but for the last six months, she has been trying to find a solution within the union – to little avail.

The only people constantly talking about Scottish independence are the Tories – yet if interviewers ask if the UK government would grant a section 30 order (the mechanism to let the Scottish parliament run such a poll), Ruth Davidson and May suddenly turn coy and say they can’t discuss a request that hasn’t yet been made.

Quite.

May and the Scottish Conservatives are currently waging a phony war over Scottish independence because their own party’s record is woeful. The Scottish government will trigger another referendum when May has fully demonstrated how little Scotland means in the dangerous game of Brexit. 

We may not be waiting long.

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Late Soriel week prompt: #Family!

Okay, so I’ve had this idea knocking about in my head for awhile about how the kids’ would react to Soriel, and I thought it would fit perfectly well for this prompt B) So as you can see, even with the inevitable tensions and hesitations, I think they’d all be pretty accepting as long as Tori is happy Asriel takes it the hardest though, undoubtedly. They’d be VERY dysfunctional at first, but I think they’d be a super precious ragtag little family (Papyrus included too, of course)~ <3 Chara and Azzy would NEVER call Sans “dad”, though; eventually, Tori would forgive/accept Asgore in her life again (the fact that their first child and Chara is alive in this AU makes it easier to forgive him lmao), and he’d actually take up the father figure in their little group, because we all know Sans is more of a cool uncle kind of guy (and c'mon he’s lazy as heck PSSSH though for his own kids, who knows 8D).

Also honestly, the thought of kids being little butts to Sans for dating their mom is kinda hilarious c’mon B)

Okay context for this: on the Soriel discord chat we were talking about a Council of Toriels (they Get Shit Done and plan to mom the universe) and the topic came up at some point about one of them bringing their Sans with them to a meeting. This is more to archive my spur-of-the-moment inspiration than anything.

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I uploaded another video after 69 years because I am more active on IG than I am on tumblr so I am very sorry. But here I am, once again! HAHAHAHAH

PLOT:

COLLEGE A.U

 Jade moved in with Tori because she doesn’t want to be alone and it’s scary for her to live in a house with a dad who doesn’t even care about her. Tori hesitated even though she’s a friend with Jade but Jade isn’t to her. She had no choice but let her “friend” be and they slowly bond an intimate relationship.

If you wouldn’t mind, go check out my instagram account because yeah, I’m more active there HAHAHAHA: https://www.instagram.com/desiresvega/

anonymous asked:

I just found this place and HOLY HELLHOUNDS HIGH ON HELIUM IM HAPPY!!!!! Okay anyways, Tori; What do you think of Tamara? Tamara; What do you think of Tori! ::Drops Mic::

Tori: Um.. Tamara ain’t here, girl. She’s in detention. For doing the dumbest thing… 

Matilda: Didn’t she beat up some guy? 

Tori: I don’t wanna talk about it. 

Matilda: Alright… But what do you honestly think of her? 

Tori: She’s alright… Just kinda dumb sometimes and starts fights when she doesn’t need to. I’m not too sure why she has such a grudge against me, though. 

Tori: She’s not a bad person, she just doesn’t think is all…

Matilda: She did stab you with a pencil, though. That’s pretty bad.

Tori: Right… That… That really hurt.