doesn't know how to age

last night the thought of kuro!neki visiting :re couldn’t let me go. some au ideas in the tags.

your faves are problematic: krem and the iron bull
  • why has krem never learned how to open a cask. why hasn’t bull taught him how to yet. who defaults to using axes when they can’t open something. i am Concerned.
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“if you’re capable.” the nonsense you speak.

Tabris finally accepting that she likes a human and trying to flirt with Leliana like, “Haha, your ears. They’re….great! Very round, like little spoons. I mean, not too little. Like normal sized spoons. And it’s great that you’re so tall! I mean, for a human you must be average height at least!”

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Happy Birthday, Christine Baranski! (May 2nd, 1952)

“If I never do another movie, I will have had the privilege of working on one of the big Hollywood movies with top people, creating a world that can only be described as totally cinematic.”

Lavellan freaking loves tiny cakes, they are the absolute best and it disgusts almost all the humans in Skyhold. Most who find many of the tiny cakes to be a nasty fashion statement. Yet every time there is a party, there absolutely must be tiny cakes.

The one time Josephine doesn’t have tiny cakes, Lavellan is complaining the entire time and throwing himself across all his friends to whine about the lack of tiny cakes. All the other food is just so rich, over-seasoned, and over-decorated. He just wants some tiny cakes.

And it’s not just normal flavors either, he totally loves chocolate, orange, and lavender tiny cakes; but he also likes the daring flavors. Tiny cakes with elfroot and blood lotus (PLEASE DO NOT EAT WITH AQUAE LUCIDIUS, YOU WILL BE FLOATING FOR MONTHS), deep mushroom with anise, and an even stranger, daring one that was blackberries with deathroot that caused half the party-goers to actually be sick and Assan to be just fine. 

The elven man needs his tiny cakes and not even Cassandra’s disgusted noises or Leliana’s giggles are going to stop him from enjoying them.

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David Tennant  as Romeo in The Royal Shakespeare Company’s 2000 production of Romeo and Juliet


He is 29 here. 

twenty. nine. 

I can’t be the only one who thinks he could be in his early 20’s here. Like, what even. 

DAVID TENNANT HOW COME YOU DON’T OBEY THE LAWS OF AGING? OR TIME?

I CAN FEEL THE IMMINENT TIME LORD JOKE LOOMING

BUT SERIOUSLY. 

YOU LOOK A DECADE TOO YOUNG

EVEN NOW

41 YEARS OLD MY ASS.