does it make a difference

anonymous asked:

Who are some of your favorite blogs and which ones remind you of the twins?

This is such a loaded question because I love everyone here equally. I love everyone who writes and makes edits and does amazing things. Everyone’s blog is different. There are so many people doing such amazing things. I’m gonna list some people and I KNOW FOR A FACT IM GOING TO ACCIDENTALLY LEAVE PEOPLE OUT. I’m just so bad at remembering. Let’s see if I can do this.

Dolans Horny Lil Pancakes:

@dolansanonymous
@scuteedolans
@dolansanonymous
@riverdaledolan
@sincerelydolan
@delusionaldolan

People I’m obsessed with:

@dolandreaming
@dolantwinsgifs
@dolan-twin-trash
@vincentvangrayson
@grayson-dolans-dangly-earring
@thedolantea
@dangly-feather-earring-dolan
@artdolan
@avacadolan
@lockscreeandgdolan
@edjjr0401
@ohkiggyjc
@clubgoingupwiththedolans
@lane-switch-dolan
@majesticdolans
@graysonsgucci
@dolantwinsimagines
@dolans-making-me-crazy
@whyarethedolanssoattractive
@wonderfuldolans
@dolantreehisser
@dolanmoan
@grethan-is-real
@grethan-is-kinda-real
@peacelovedolan
@grethanscudi
@dolantwinsbabe
@baileysdolan
@grayson-ethan-4ou
@dolanslildarling
@poeticallydolan
@alexishiser
@dolan-twins-fics
@prettybabyhazza
@thedolangifs
@dolanfics
@danglydolan
@dolantwinsaus
@boyfriendethan

I think I got almost everyone…
Probably not though.

I also want to say something important: I have formed a bond with every single one of these people. These are not faceless, nameless blogs to me. I love all of these people as if they were my own siblings. I love you guys. I know I’ve been pretty absent lately and my life is upside down, but I just wanted to say thank you for every kind thing you’ve ever said to or about me. It means the world to me. 

anonymous asked:

Hi! So I think I'm bi. But I'm not 100% sure. Plus I just don't like labels. I'm only 15 so I don't know if I'm bi. I've only liked one girl. Please help!

Hey there! 

Firstly, age does not make a difference when it comes to discovering your orientation! It doesn’t matter how young or old you are, or if you have a lot of experience or no experience at all! 

The only thing that determines your orientation is who you feel attracted to. You say you’ve liked one girl before. If you felt attracted to her, whether that’s romantically or sexually, that’s really all it takes in order to know if you are bi or not. (For instance, I’m 18 and I only recently discovered that I like girls, and in that time period, I’ve ‘only’ liked one girl, too.)

Lastly, regarding labels, it’s totally okay to not want to be associated with a label. It’s all about how you feel, anyways! =) You do you.

- Mod Elena 🌻

anonymous asked:

"you shouldn't be upset at bullydog because there's a lot of incest art in the furry community already" that makes no difference and does not make any of what bullydog did okay. it's disgusting.

Maybe bullydog is just that redneck

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hc that Preston and Nerf’s egg never ran away but rather… Jasper was watching all this unfold from afar and decided that now was as good a time as any for ghostly intervention

50 Tips for Tarot Novices and Masters Alike!

  1. Always make sure your deck is shuffled and cleansed.
  2. There is no one way to shuffle, find what works for you.
  3. Cards that fall out when you’re shuffling may hold extra important meaning.
  4. Learning from books is good, but use your own intuition as well. 
  5. Thank your deck after a reading.
  6. Be sure to charge your cards and be nice to them.
  7. Using a cheat sheet or a book is not a bad thing.
  8. Biddytarot is great for learning basic card meanings.
  9. If you don’t have a tarot deck, you can use regular cards or make your own.
  10. Tarot and Oracle are NOT the same thing.
  11. There are a few tarot apps to help you learn (golden threat, galaxy, etc)
  12. Watch for multiple cards from one suit.
  13. Pay attention when a card follows you through multiple readings, it is usually trying to tell you something.
  14. Find the card that matches with your birth-date/you feel a significant connection to. Use it in personal readings to help strengthen them.
  15. Always be sure you’re using a deck that works for you!
  16. Pay attention to the symbolism and art of the cards.
  17. Interview spreads are great for getting to know a new or old deck.
  18. Divination is not specifically witchcraft and is not always tied to it.
  19. Don’t let anyone but you touch your cards unless doing a reading and you want them to touch them- messes with energy.
  20. If someone besides you does touch them, make sure to cleanse.
  21. Decks have different personalities, don’t be bummed if one doesn’t work out for you.
  22. Be prepared for a deck to get sarcastic and give out riddles.
  23. Keep a journal/notebook/google doc of different spreads. You can even organise them by type. 
  24. Daily draws are great, but don’t knock yourself if you can’t do them every day.
  25. Meditating before a reading can help gain clarity. 
  26. An easy way to cleanse your deck is to put them all in order then shuffle them again. 
  27. Flash cards are good to memorise meanings.
  28. Bonding with your deck can help readings be more accurate. An easy way to do this is sleep with them under your pillow.
  29. Cleansing/charging your deck can be as easy as leaving them in a windowsill, or as intricate as a ritual.
  30. You can have as many or as few decks as you want. 
  31. Making your own cards does NOT make you less of a diviner.
  32. Readings are not set in stone, take them with a grain of salt.
  33. Reversals are not always bad.
  34. Upright is not always good.
  35. The death card does not mean death. 
  36. Keep a journal to record your readings.
  37. Try to remember one keyword/idea for each card to help you learn.
  38. Make sure your deck fits in your hands comfortably.
  39. If you’re just starting out, use simpler spreads. 
  40. Past/present/future is great for beginners.
  41. Amethyst is a good stone to have around.
  42. But, letting your deck choose it’s favourite crystal is also important.
  43. Using a tarot cloth can help keep unwanted energy off of your deck, especially if divining in a public place. 
  44. Tarot bags are easy to make, just find a drawstring bag tutorial and edit the measurements to fit your deck. 
  45. Playing music while doing readings can help you focus. 
  46. It’s okay to redo a reading if you don’t feel it’s right, but keep the first one in mind. 
  47. If you practice witchcraft, you can use tarot in various spells. 
  48. You don’t have to read reversals!
  49. If tarot doesn’t work out for you but you still want to use divination, try other forms such as oracle, scrying, pendulums, cartomancy, and more. 
  50. Practice!!!
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friendly reminders:

- it is not practical to revolve your life around one thing, one person, one problem, etc.
- understand that it is NOT ALWAYS about your grades; most of the time, it is the things that you have learned and kept inside your heart.
- sometimes, all you need is passion, love, and perseverance in order to harvest good outcomes.
- it is alright not to feel okay!!
- there are some things and people in your life that are not meant to be yours forever
- let go of toxic people because instead of helping you grow, they might be the ones who will bring you down
- crying over certain things when you’re vulnerable does not make you weak.
- there’s a huge difference between falling in love with the thought of falling in love and falling in love with the person
- non-conformity is not ‘weird’ and it’s true that being ‘normal’ gets exhausting sometimes
- always find time to contact and leave messages to important people in your life
- do not permit the opinion of one person to alter your entire life
- do not change for people who are not willing to move forward with you
- nothing beats being the most genuine version of yourself
- failure is part of becoming a better person.
- do not permit anger to rule over your permanent decisions in life
- try to be kinder in everything that you do
- you cannot please everyone!!
- do NOT apologize for being yourself
- things do get better. you will heal and get better.
- this probably wouldn’t matter in ten years

so lemme get this straight

you’ve got grown-ass men drawing loli porn and hypersexualizing young female characters (maybe not in this particular fandom, but my point still stands), and yet the people you choose to shit on are the (mostly) younger girls who enjoy a cute shark guy?? bc its ‘cringey’ or whatever the fuck???

miss me w/ that garbage lmao

on that note, instead of complaining that there’s more pics of sidon than female characters (which is a little sad but a lot of people mostly like drawing characters they personally find attractive), why not:

1). draw it yourself or

2). commission one of your favorite artists to do it

because both of those options are much better and more productive than pretending you have some sort of superiority over other people just because you don’t like a character

All About Writing Fight Scenes

@galaxies-are-my-ink asked,

“Do you have any advice on writing fight scenes? The type of scene I’m writing is mostly hand to hand combat between two experts. I’m definitely not an expert so when I try to write it, the scene ends up sounding repetitive and dull.”

Fore note: This post is coauthored by myself and one of my amazing critique partners, Barik S. Smith, who both writes fantastic fight scenes and teaches mixed martial arts, various artistic martial arts, and weapons classes.

I (Bryn) will tell you a secret: I trained MMA for seven years, and when I write authentic hand to hand fight scenes, they sound dull too. 

The problem with fight scenes in books is that trying to describe each punch and kick and movement (especially if it’s the only thing you’re describing) creates a fight that feels like it’s in slow motion. 

I write…

Lowering her center of gravity, she held her right hand tight to her face and threw a jab towards his chin. He shifted his weight, ducking under her punch. His hair brushed against her fist, and he stepped forward, launching a shovel hook into her exposed side.

But your brain can only read so fast. In real life that series of events would take an instant, but I needed a full eight seconds to read and comprehend it, which gave it an inherent lethargic feel. 

So, we have two primary problems:

  1. How do we describe this fight in a way the reader can understand and keep track of? 
  2. How do we maintain a fast paced, interesting fight once we’ve broken down the fight far enough for readers to understand it? 

(We will get back to these, I promise.) But for now, let’s look at…

Different types of “fight scenes:”

Keep reading

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fox does a free for all: @ilithiyas moodboard for vilas from slavic mythology

vilas were the slavic version of nymphs. they were beautiful women who whenever shifted would only shift into the most beautiful creatures. often said to either live in the clouds or in the vast wilderness. powerful warriors who shook the earth when they fought.

idk what anyone says sticking ur phone in the air to get signal is a science and that extra two feet DOES make a difference…my phone is taller than all the other phones and the weird space waves will see her first!!!!