Annabeth: Will you look at the size of this? It’s gotta be half a mile high, at least. It-It must have taken hundred- No, thousands of years to carve this thing. [Leo blows it up, and it falls down over a chasm] Leo: Hey, look, I made a bridge. It only took me like, what? Ten seconds? Eleven, tops.
Congrats Grace– and welcome back to the world of Crossed Swords as Thomas Bourbon-Condé! As you already know, you’ve captured the debauched side of Thomas to a ‘tee’! Perfect balance between ambition, cunning and of course the Thomas-centric parts of his persona. The app was a delight to read, as per usual and we look forward to seeing him back stirring up mischief in the courts and the streets of Paris. Please complete our checklist in the next 48 hours and we look forward to writing with you!
Just finished Dirty 30 and I genuinely laughed through out the movie. Also the message you can learn from the movie and “Kate’s speech” are the extra precious thing. It’s not just a comedy. Of course this is my personal opinion, so for you that haven’t watched it need to watch the movie and make your own opinion =P
CONGRATS HANNAH, MAMRIE AND GRACE!! We’ll be waiting for more movies from the three of you =D
this summer, i ignored all my responsibilities to binge watch a tv series in the course of a month, join its fandom 7 years too late, and become head over heels obsessed with said fandom’s top otp which, evidently, no one cares about anymore.
“ oh, to catch a thief !!! now wasn’t that a picture.” the monaco beauty, seductively lay across the sofa, the poise of a princess. her jewels draped across her neck, it has been some time since they had last met. a smirk etched across those flawless features. “ hello, gorgeous. ” she’s a tease. the monaco princess was regal, media was covered in filth. stained with the blood of those who worshipped her day in and day out. “ am i late to the party? ”
Title: Best Father-in-law Award Rating: PG-13 Pairings/Characters: Nyssa x Sara, mentions of Olicity, Thea x Roy, Laurel Lance, Quentin Lance Summary: Nyssa and Sara go on the run from the League and kind of get married; Quentin Lance gains the strength to accept the things he cannot change.
Notes: Takes place sometime between S2-3. In light of the premiere, I decided to finish this and get it posted today. I figure we deserve something sweet and fluffy.
“Um, so the short version,” Sara tells her dad, whilst she’s bleeding all over his kitchen table, “is that we’ve eloped.”
“ – what?” Quentin is pretty sure that he heard that wrong. He absolutely must have heard that wrong.
(Please god let him have heard that wrong).
“You’ve got a daughter-in-law,” Sara is shivering uncontrollably and her face is going grey but she still manages to smile, wide and warm, prodding his leg. “Congrats.”
Nyssa has the grace to look as close to sheepish as Quentin suspects she ever manages to look.
“You gotta be fucking kidding me,” he mutters, but they all have bigger problems – because Sara is bleeding to death.