done and submitted


26/100 days of productivity
This is probably cheating, but sometimes it’s hard to take pictures every single day when I’m doing the same thing… but I was productive, kind of. My motivation recently has been very low but I’m doing my best, my first essay is done and submitted, I’m working on the second one, but the thought of coming exams and deadlines doesn’t really motivate me. Also, I’m loving my mildliners!


Jimon Week Day 1 → social media AU [Valentine’s Day edition]

Two months following their engagement, Jace Wayland and Simon Lewis spend a very special Valentine’s Day together as soon-to-be husbands.

funny story

in high school i truly wasn’t ever really interested in the party scene and drinking in general. so I was never really invited to many parties because they’d assume I wouldn’t go. keep in mind, i never knew what actually happened at these parties except the typical stereotype of what a high school party was depicted like in movies. well one day, an acquaintance of mine invited me to, in her own words: “a birthday thing at my place.” so I’m like oh my gosh this is my first real party!!! i’m extremely excited and i spend all day getting an outfit and picking the perfect gift for her. that night, i came dressed in heels and a brand new dress, hair curled with her present perfectly wrapped with a bow in my arms. i burst threw her front lawn gate when I realize …….
there’s no table for the gifts. there’s no tables of food or long tables for others to sit in. i just see everyone in the senior class wearing the normal clothes from earlier that school day, drinking coronas, all stopping to look at me.
it’s not an actually birthday “party”. it’s a kick back. 

i overly dressed … and brought a wrapped gift …. to a kickback……..

to this day, people still laugh when bringing it up and when they see me on the street. i still think it’s the most embarrassing/annoyingly innocent thing I’ve ever done.

“Jack,” Bitty whines, throwing his head back. “I am so tired. I can’t do this anymore.”

“Come on, Bits. You’re almost there,” Jack says encouragingly.

“But I’m so sleepy,” Bitty complains. “My arms are heavy. My fning—ah!” Bitty huffs. “My fingers hurt. Listen, I’m slurrin’ all my words.”

“Look at me.”

Bitty spins the desk chair to look at Jack, and pouts.

“You do look tired.” Jack gazes at him, eyes narrowing.

So tired,” Bitty professes. “I’ll finish up tomorrow.”

Jack sighs. “That essay is due at nine am.”

Bitty bites his lip. He’s well aware of that. “Sleep though, Jack. Sleep.”

“You hate waking up early,” Jack points out with a raised eyebrow.

“Once every now and then is fine.” Bitty tries to say it with conviction.

Jack puts his bookmark in his paperback. “How long until you’re finished?” Jack asks. “Referenced and proof-read finished, not first draft finished,” he adds before Bitty can reply.

Bitty shuts his mouth against his automatic response of twenty minutes.

“Uh… Maybe an hour?”

Jack checks the time on his watch, which he’d placed on the bedside table earlier.

“Alright.” Jack stands up and stretches, then gestures for Bitty to come over to him.

“Thank god,” Bitty mutters under his breath, saving his document and shutting the laptop without powering down.

He drags his body over to Jack’s and falls into him. He wraps his arms around his boyfriend and presses his face into Jack’s chest, breathing deeply. He loves how Jack smells. Like soap, and his deodorant, and a little bit of sweat.

Jack’s hands crawl up Bitty’s back, under his shirt, and he rocks Bitty gently side-to-side. Bitty swears he could fall asleep just like this.

Then Jack’s hands start to wander; down to Bitty’s ass, slipping under the elastic of his track pants. Bitty shivers as Jack’s nails scratch the skin, and when he leans back to ask Jack what he’s doing, Jack kisses him.

Normally, when Jack initiates, it’s soft—he appreciates a slow build up. Tonight is different. Jack pushes against Bitty immediately, leaning into him and over him so that Bitty’s body curves back harshly, and Jack seems even taller than normal.

Jack kisses and kisses, his lips moving and sucking on Bitty’s with fervour. Bitty matches him, suddenly wide-awake, and his hands move to bury themselves in Jack’s hair as he attempts to meld his lips to Bitty’s.

“Oh my god. Jack,” Bitty pants and Jack moves on, kissing harshly down his jawline. Bitty’s lips feel swollen and tender when he bites down on one.

Jack pulls back and smiles down, flushed, eyes alight. “How do you feel?”

“I don’t know,” Bitty confesses breathlessly, still reeling from the enthusiasm and spontaneity.

“Awake?” Jack asks.

Bitty nods frantically. “Oh yeah. Definitely. Yes.”

“Good.” Jack steps back from Bitty, and grabs his shoulders to turn him around. He leans in close, chest pressing against Bitty’s shoulders, and puts his lips against Bitty’s ear. “Now, go finish your essay.”

Jack shoves a speechless Bitty back toward the desk.

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Rayscent Crazyrabbit’s birthdaaaaaaaaay \( *w*)/ !! ~

“ yes…I love birthday parties ~ ”

huehuehueeee !
another maniacal birthday Party \( >w>)9 ! everyone hide -
or just give him some cappucino and creme pasta in order to make him truly happyyyy ~ (ᕗ ᐛ )ᕗ !!
uhhh yiiisss PizzaPastaPizzaMargheritaaa ayayayyyyyy ~

aaaahhhh I also wonder how he looks like without his rabbit-hat… !
his bootyful Vampire-Ikemen-eyes must be seeeeen ~
besides, his Illumination/TotalEclipse technique is so amaziinnngggggg *^*) !!

drawing the wrath subclasses is great af ,gotta draw them digitally too someday ò^ó)!

hope u like it :DDD !

au where everything is the same except im a responsible human being

  • (Lúcio knocks a cofee out of Soldier-76's hand while breakdancing)
  • Soldier-76: Hey be careful!
  • Lúcio: What are you gonna do?
  • (Tracer and D.Va walk in)
  • Tracer: Okay let's calm down
  • Soldier-76: No it's ok, besides you call that dancing?
  • Everybody else: Uuuuuuuuh
  • (Soldier-76 starts dancing)
  • Tracer: Oh, dancing 76, gotta capture the moment! Oh shoot my phone is dry
  • D.Va: Don't worry i got this!
  • (Pulls out her phone and it falls to the ground, Tracer dives and grabs it)
  • Tracer: Yes! Got it!
  • (Soldier-76 comes back and Lúcio looks defeated)
  • Soldier-76: Done
  • Tracer and D.Va: NO!
  • Submitted by Sagros1

anonymous asked:

Thoughts on Tchaikovsky?

I have lots of feelings about Tchaikovsky! His music, 10/10. His gayness, also 10/10. If you are interested in lgbt+ composers in general I would recommend my sideblog @lgbtcomposers which I dedicated entirely to the subject. This post is one talking about some of Tchaikovsky’s gay exploits (although I plan on adding more detail in a post of my own later.)

I have LOTS of favorite Tchaikovsky pieces… but to try to narrow it down a little bit… (in no particular order)

  • Souvenir de Florence - great piece for strings, each movement is very different from the next, it’s very exciting to play
  • Symphony no. 4 - nicknamed the “Fate” symphony. “Fate” described by Tchaikovsky as: “the fatal power which prevents one from attaining the goal of happiness … There is nothing to be done but to submit to it and lament in vain.” With this “fate,” Tchaikovsky said that “all life is an unbroken alternation of hard reality with swiftly passing dreams and visions of happiness,” and “No haven exists … Drift upon that sea until it engulfs and submerges you in its depths.” This “fate” very much seems like what would feel like the inevitable destruction of happiness in a homophobic society.
  • Symphony no. 5 - each movement is gorgeous but especially listen to the second movement (~17:20) which is very romantic and pining and has lots of gay angsty feelings and lyrical sweet passages and some very… climactic moments… shall we say
  • Violin Concerto - Tchaikovsky wrote this with Iosif Kotek, his male lover, in mind. However, he did not formally dedicate the piece to him, because he thought people would suspect something. This concerto is very romantic and has soaring themes that feel like they could only have been written by a man in love.
  • Romeo and Juliet - written thinking of a different male lover. I can’t get over the fact that the famous love theme here, supposedly describing Romeo and Juliet, the “epitome of straight romance,” is in fact, written by a gay man for his male lover.

Quick thing for @springtrap-trash! Happy birthday!