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I’ve started a new photography project and this is just a sneak peak of it. Everyone thinks, by looking at my social media and the persona I choose to perpetuate, that I live a glamorous life full of adventure and travel. This is not true. My life is not always beautiful and exciting. Most of the time it is very boring and sometimes painful. I’ve started to document my life, the good and the bad, to show that we all have our battles to fight even if they aren’t visible. I usually don’t talk about my disease or this aspect of my life because I don’t want it to define me…but I think I can grow and become stronger from this and maybe others in similar situations can too. I hope to encourage people to be kind and compassionate and understanding…not to judge others because they may be going through a tough situation that you don’t know about. Please just be kind to each other.

Jet Set Radio Redesign Project 12/19: Clutch

The final GG and the second original GG for JSRF. I liked his design a lot in JSRF but hated him soon after when he STOLE MY GRAFFITI SOULS THE MEANIE PANTS! Still afterwords we were pretty tight. 

Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett’s DVD commentary on Blair Witch is so disheartening to listen to, though.

Not kidding, every other line is a remark about how poorly it did at the box office or the critics hating it.

Not that I expect them to say: “It did amazingly well and everyone loved it!” but, um, guys, maybe, as artists, you shouldn’t be shitting on your own work? 

Especially, like, if me, you thought it was quite a good and intriguing film that raises many questions. Hence why I bought the DVD. 

The sad thing is: They mention they are recording the commentary only two weeks after it came out.  How can you judge any film’s long-term impact after two frigging weeks? (And I could be wrong, but it was so low budget I’m fairly sure it will make a good profit when all is said and done.)

They were too harsh on themselves, IMO. Also, as they imply: Probably high.

Not a good commentary.

Lavellan: “I cannot bear to think of you alone.”
Solas: “I walk the dinan'shiral. There is only death on this journey. I would not have you see what I become.”
Lavellan: “I would see what you become, and stand by your side.”
Solas: “…Very well. Then let us defeat the old mage-kings once and for all.”


#7/30 - ritv’s Inquisitor Project  (a super headcanon!)
Alas'lin Lavellan belongs to @anieactuality ! 
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A Different Side of Him

Word Count: 2768

Released: 160307

Genre: idk? Schoolboy AU

A/N: I might make an alternate story line for this

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Jimin Ending | Yoongi Ending

Originally posted by jeonsshi

Standing in front of your mirror, you hold your textbooks a little tighter and furrow your eyebrows. You scan yourself, silently judging your school uniform’s skirt for being a little too short for your liking. Normally, you’d enjoy going to school and not pay your uniform any attention, but something happened to make you hate it.

Your teacher had assigned partners for your poetry project in English class. Most people would be okay working with a friend for a project, but you dreaded this particular project. You weren’t partnered with a friend of yours. You were partnered with the worst kid in school; Min Yoongi. How could your teacher partner you with someone who sleeps in class, fails at everything, and attends Saturday detention almost every week? Shaking your head in frustration, you grab your backpack and your keys.

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A Different Side of Him

Word Count: 2769

Released: RE-UPLOAD

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Jimin Ending | Yoongi Ending

Standing in front of your mirror, you hold your textbooks a little tighter and furrow your eyebrows. You scan yourself, silently judging your school uniform’s skirt for being a little too short for your liking. Normally, you’d enjoy going to school and not pay your uniform any attention, but something happened to make you hate it.

Your teacher had assigned partners for your poetry project in English class. Most people would be okay working with a friend for a project, but you dreaded this particular project. You weren’t partnered with a friend of yours. You were partnered with the worst kid in school; Min Yoongi. How could your teacher partner you with someone who sleeps in class, fails at everything, and attends Saturday detention almost every week? Shaking your head in frustration, you grab your backpack and your keys.

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Hunter hated this. It was her senior year of high school and her teachers had decided that it was a good idea for them to write letters to active duty military. It was something that she wouldn’t have even done if it didn’t count as a project grade, but it did and she desperately needed it. Besides, maybe she’d end up with a soldier that wouldn’t write her back. It would make her life a lot easier. Who even wrote letters anymore, anyway? All in all, Hunter had been dreading this project since it had been announced and now the time had finally come. They were to keep their pen pals for at least a month. It’s just for the holidays, they said. It would make them feel more connected to home, they said.

Hunter wasn’t so sure.

She took her piece of paper and got about as far as finishing the letterhead. What was she supposed to say to this man, this Jack? Why did he care about what she had to say?

Dear Jack,
This is going to be short since I have no idea what to say. You’re going to be hearing from me until Christmas, but feel free not to write back. God knows that’d make our lives easier. I still can’t believe they’re making us do this dumbass project… Anyway, happy early holidays, I guess.
Hunter W.

@theace-and-thequeen