@thearcanagame , you can’t have one character say another is ‘afraid of commitment’ without context and not expect some kinda garbage like this. i’m callin it “asrian” and no one can take it from me
i guess this is julian being an apprentice before m/c and falling hopelessly and painfully into an unrequited crush and when asra leaves to train m/c (as he always seems to) it breaks julian’s heart. call it a stupid au or a worse headcanon idk i wanted to do smth with it and i love jumping to conclusions
yall mind if i…totally draw julian backward for a second. whats a snake
Pirates of the Caribbean Modern Police Procedural: Norrington x Syrena “You are different. You protect. But, James, who protects you?” “Watch yourself, James. That girl was born out of something dark.” →Decorated Detective James Norrington is the lead investigator on a horrific serial killer case. Recently dumped (publicly) by the governor’s daughter, and having made a risky decision that almost cost him his career, James does not hold out much hope for his future. Dr. Jules Bertrand (alias “Syrena”) is a smart young forensic psychologist with a past she hopes she never has to share with anyone. Partnered up, they team up with a group of rogues called the Black Pearl, and become friends. But when the case takes a surprising turn, Jules realizes she may have to reveal her past to make a break and stop this killer from striking again. Inspired by my favorite song. I’ve been feeling foolish; you should try it. She came and substituted for peace and quiet.
I have to say I think you guys are doing an amazing job and that I'm very excited for your beautiful game, thanks for being talented wonderful people. Also, Julian says he hasn't been called Dr. Jules in a while. Does that mean he was a certified doctor before the murderers brand? If you can't answer that can you at least tell me how his hair does the defying gravity thing?
1. It’s a nickname he wasn’t fond of, given to him by someone who died years ago.
everyone's reactions to being called "cute" by the mc?
There was another ask very similar to this one, so in order
to clear some space in the inbox I have merged the two😊
This guy is a cheeky boy, and would laugh at you for using that word on him.
Sure, he’s confident, but you calling him cute is cute too. He would return the
endearment (the way he says it is more teasing and leaves you red). He’ll
remember it fondly at random moments of the day and he’d have a huge smile on
His face would go red, you know the face. He can handle flirty conversation, but
you used the word in such an innocent context that he doesn’t know how to
react. Any genuine compliment is not sometime he is used to, so be prepared for
some flustered Dr. Jules 😉
“Cute” isn’t the usual compliment she receives on a daily basis. She might think
you are looking down at her, and her immediate rebuttal would be to call you
cute as well. After realizing this was meant to be praise, she would be
slightly embarrassed at calling you cute. But she will say she meant
what she said, with a slight blush on her cheeks and a smirk painted on her lips.
She will literally gush over the word, showering you with affectionate names. A
few would be “sweet pea”, “sugar”, and the occasional “cupcake”. If not at
work, she would make sure to cuddle you, whispering about how adorable you are
every few seconds.
One usually doesn’t say that Muriel is cute. One usually says nothing to him, in
fear of conflict. However, he likes you. He doesn’t quite understand the term
or the way you used it. So, you would have to explain. Tread carefully. His
heart might explode after realizing what you just said.
Cute? No, he gets drop dead gorgeous. Okay, but he might be a bit peeved at
your word choice. Though he would accept the compliment, and than return it loudly
for all to hear. He will make you regret calling him cute, and tease you until
nightfall (to really punish you lol)
Pictured above with her boyfriend is 17 year old Haley Smith, who spent 3 years of her life suffering from a severe case of Cotard’s syndrome and claims to have eventually been cured by therapy sessions and Disney movies.
Officially recognised by French neurologist Dr. Jules Cotard in 1880, Cotard’s syndrome involves a person experiencing an extreme state of delusion in which they believe that they are either missing internal organs, body parts, or are dead entirely. Many reported cases of Cotard’s syndrome have entailed the sufferer eventually dying of starvation, which occurs due to the individual not eating or drinking as they believe they are already dead and therefore consider the consumption of food and water unnecessary.
Haley Smith, from Alabama in the US, confided that she had become overwhelmed with the feeling that she had died while sitting in an English lesson at school. Following this, she recollected how she wanted to visit graveyards in order to feel close to the dead and felt a sense of relaxation during horror films, as she experienced familial connections to deceased characters. After confiding in her boyfriend, a close friend and her father, Haley summoned the need to visit a psychiatrist, where she was formally diagnosed with the relatively rare disorder years later. It was later discovered that watching animations was key to maintaining optimism, as she bizarrely recognised that Disney cartoons provided a warm and happy feeling which could not exist if she were actually dead.
Now recovering and thankful to be alive, Haley apparently hopes to one day get married and find a job at Disney World, a brand which she personally attributes her survival to.