fairy. librarian


INFP: Dresses like a fairy princess librarian headed to Comic-Con.
INFJ: Owns seven pairs of the same exact black pants, all perfectly-pressed.

INFJ: YOU’RE HAVING FEELS! Wait. I’m also having feels. Cannot compute. I shall help you with your feels and ignore my own until they hopefully go away.

INFP: I LOVE HUMANITY! (volunteers, donates to charity in appreciation)
INFJ: I HATE HUMANITY! (volunteers, donates to charity anyway)

INFP: Always ridiculously late or inconveniently early.
INFJ: Always right on time.

INFP: Drinks hot cocoa with heaps of whipped cream and sprinkles. 
INFJ: Drinks black coffee by the gallon.

INFP: All-feeling.
INFJ: All-knowing.



@cataposa I was at the library today for like two seconds and was skimming the Tinkerbell comics and they were super gAY.


The Books that Inspired the Disney Classics

Grimm’s Fairy Tales (Snow White, The Princess and the Frog, Tangled)

Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi

Dumbo by Helen Aberson

Bambi by Felix Salten

The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault (Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty)

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll

Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie

Happy Dan, the Whistling Dog by Ward Greene (Lady and the Tramp)

101 Dalmatians by Dodie Smith

The Sword in the Stone by T. H. White

The Jungle Books by Rudyard Kipling

The Secret Origin of the Aristocats by Tom McGowan and Tom Rowe

Robin Hood as told by Paul Creswick

Winnie-the-Pooh & The House at Pooh Corner by A. A. Milne

The Rescuers & Miss Bianca by Margery Sharp

The Fox and the Hound by Daniel P. Mannix

The Chronicles of Prydain by Lloyd Alexander (The Black Cauldron)

Basil of Baker Street by Eve Titus (The Great Mouse Detective)

Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens (Oliver & Company)

The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen

Beauty and the Beast by Jeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont

Arabian Nights by Anonymous (Aladdin)

Hamlet by William Shakespeare (The Lion King)

Pocahontas: The Life And The Legend by Frances Mossiker

Notre Dame de Paris by Victor Hugo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

D'Aulaires’ Book of Greek Myths (Hercules)

Fa Mulan: The Story of a Woman Warrior by Robert D. San Souci

Tarzan of the Apes by Edgar Rice Burroughs

Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson (Treasure Planet)

Henny Penny by Paul Galdone (Chicken Little)

A Day with Wilbur Robinson by William Joyce (Meet the Robinsons)

The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen (Frozen)

Big Hero 6 by Chris Claremont, etc.

Myths and Legends of the Polynesians by Johannes C. Andersen (Moana)


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I’ve watched The Librarians’ fairy tale episode and I officially love this show. Not only is it funny and clever and engaging, but also, it’s casually lesbian and nobody makes a single comment about it. Even Eliot Stone was just irritated that he wasn’t getting attention from that girl he saved. 


The Librarians meme  ⇒ Five Episodes [3/5]
1x06 - and the Fables of Doom

F a i r y   t a l e s  are coming to life and attacking people.”

Papa Redfox

This does contain inappropriate language so read with caution.

Clank! For the fifteenth time that morning Gajeel dropped a wrench on his face.

“Shit,” Gajeel growled a little angry at where his mind is and not where it should be.

“Okay that’s it! Get out from under there!” Gajeel’s father growled out hoarsely due to his old age.

Gajeel pushed himself out thanks to his skateboard wedged beneath his broad muscled back.

“What is it pops?” Gajeel tried to play innocent but was now sporting a black eye-he looked horrible-grease smeared everywhere and thick black hair uncleanly sticking to his face.

Metalicana simply rolled his eyes, “you better tell me what’s wrong before you give yourself a brain injury that I can’t explain to a doctor other than: yeah I think he failed to work today because of the weakness in his hand-reckon he’s been overusing that hand to do other activities…but with a slightly smaller wrench,” Gajeel’s eyes narrowed as he stared down at the three inch wrench he was using to screw delicate bolts into an engine for a crappy Toyota.

Real Mature…

“Laugh it up old man, and besides you need me today.”

“I need a worker, not a nut missing its bolt. Wait-Are you…” this can’t be good no conversation ends well with this sentence starter, “perhaps frustrated…of the sexual kin-”

“No, geez, you Metal Ass-I’m just tired from school,” Gajeel emphasized hoping to end the ridiculous path that conversation could have headed.

“Why are you tired you’ve been going to that library down the road a lot…you get home early enough for dinner.”

At the reminder of the library Gajeel flushed a little.

“Oh no…the look.”

“What look?!” Gajeel defended.

“You know? The: I just thought of some chick look-”

“Nobody knows that look.”

“Denial isn’t attractive son. Your old man has seen many fine women and is still in his prime…”

“Well if you are so experienced then why am I your only son?” Adopted, by this Iron loving pain in the ass.

“Aww, don’t be mean-tell me about her.”

Gajeel sighed, Metalicana might not be an ideal father figure. He tends to insult Gajeel frequently but there was no hiding the truth that he did take Gajeel in when he was living on the streets as a kid.

“There isn’t much to say…”

“Bet there is-nice tits, for instance?”

Gajeel spluttered, “Shut your mouth, Perverted Grease Monkey!”

But yeah, that made Gajeel think back to his encounter with the Librarian Levy McGarden earlier today-tiny little thing. Not as well endowed as that Blonde haired bunny girl friend of hers but her personality made up for the lesser.

“There it is again! The look, you got it bad son,” the old man cackled with his grey hair smothered back.

“No,” Gajeel ground out trying to force all traces of lie from his voice.

“Girl must be pretty tough to put up with your ugly face.”

Gajeel snarled turning to toss his wrench.

“Levy isn’t like that!”

Gajeel shut his mouth at the mention of her name-damn! His arm going slack.

“Levy huh?” The old man raised his eyebrow.

“Is she, wife material?” Gajeel chocked on air.

“Wife material! Where did that come from?”

“Oh come on-never seen you so interested in a girl before-you were always a jackass to the opposite sex. Only Juvia could stand your shit but I heard she’s with some Gray guy…” Not with, but ‘obsessed with’ is a better term best describing her interest with one of the kids at Gajeel’s school.

Mind you there was never an interest between Juvia and Gajeel but he is right there has been no one of the female body that could stand Gajeel other than Juvia.

Until Levy came into his life.

“Can she cook?”

Gajeel shrugged- “I don’t know.” He shot Metalicana the 'Do I look like I’m her stalker?’ glare.

“Well you should, you gotta put up with her cooking after I die-” what an eccentric old man.

“Who said I can’t cook?!” Gajeel raged.

“Me and that charcoal rich diet you put on the table every Tuesday night.” Gajeel rolled his eyes seemingly that Tuesday nights dinner turns into take outs.

“I’ll make sure to put a double wallop of ash sprinkles in your desert tonight old man-” Gajeel threatened.

“I’ll just ask that Levy girl to come and make me something to eat-mind you with my devilishly handsome looks you might get kicked to the curb.”

“Don’t you dare!”

Knock knock knock.

“Hi, is Gajeel here. He left his spanner at the Library,” Gajeel eyes snapped to the door at the sound of a soft voice.

There she is, leg hugging jeans, tight blue blouse, red rimmed glasses and blue hair prettily arranged on her small face.

Oh no.

Metalicana might be old, but he sure is fast.

“Hi, you must be Levy! Gajeel has told me so much about you…would you like to stay forever-I mean dinner?” She was startled by Metalicana’s forwardness as he briskly tossed the spanner that was in her hand into the nearest tool box, “or even better…will you cook us dinner.”

Screwball Ninja, Rumbelle Marriage Counselor (Or, Why Belle’s Getting So Much Hate)

My inbox is full of lovely anons wondering what’s up with all the hate coming from within the Rumbelle fandom against everyone’s formerly favorite fictional fairy-tale librarian. I was thrown by it, too, until someone mentioned they felt like S6 Belle reminded them of Milah. After my brain exploded, I put it back together again and realized the following: what we’re dealing with are two drastically different ways of looking at the show:

  1. Canon Sympathy– Your sympathies are with the character the episodes focus on, usually the victims (e.g., Hansel and Gretel, Graham, Rumple and Regina during their origin episodes, Belle, etc.), based on the EVENTS that happen in the episode.
  2. Villain Sympathy– Your sympathies are with the villain and are based on the EMOTIONAL effect the episode has on said villain.

Canon almost always sides with the victim (i.e., the person being hurt during the episode), and never with the villain, unless the villain is also a victim (see: Young!Hook being sold into indentured servitude in the same episode Flashback!Hook kills his dad). Canon is also based on plot– Belle is upset because [Rumple imprisoned her/ Rumple threatened the baby/ Rumple put a tracking device on her/ Rumple threatened to speed up her pregnancy, etc.]. Belle’s emotional state is based on the actions of others, as opposed to things like word choice, tone, facial expressions, etc.

Originally posted by belle-gifs

Gee, why would Belle have a problem with prisons in canon?

Villain sympathy, however, revolves completely around the emotional life of a character regardless of their actions during the episode. You sympathize with the character so much that you take anything against them personally. When Belle calls Rumple “weak” it’s like she’s calling YOU weak; when Belle says she wants to run away it’s like she wants to run away from you; when the show presents Belle’s actions as being reasonable in the context of the episode it’s like the show is saying YOU don’t deserve True Love and a second chance at happiness. That’s a depressing message, and I believe the real reason people are so vicious on turning against Belle this season. Because the only way to get to compare Belle to Milah is if you focus solely on Belle’s actions against Rumple devoid of context: Belle yells at Rumple and leaves him … just like Milah.

Originally posted by onceuponadaily

Belle on this comparison

And the Villain Sympathy effect isn’t confined to Rumple. An Anon questioned an Evil Regal about some aspect of Regina’s redemption arc and the Evil Regal replied: “How DARE you imply the Evil Queen is a bad person?” I had to laugh because, you know, the pile of corpses and all– but if you feel deep empathy with Regina and feel that the Anon was questioning YOUR right to overcome a history of abuse and bad parenting and disappointed love, you’d get shirty too. Likewise, back in S2 an OUAT confession read: “Belle should apologize to Hook for saying his heart was rotten because it’s really Rumple who has the rotten heart.” And sure, if Hook is your emotional touchpoint you would feel offended if someone called your heart rotten– but that’s completely ignoring that this is the episode where Hook SHOT BELLE IN THE BACK.

And Regina will feel bad about herself later, so really it’s REGINA we should be sorry for

And that’s the big problem with the Villain Sympathy effect: it diminishes the importance of the villains’ actions to the extent that it ignores canon. Nothing wrong with ignoring canon when you’re kvetching with like-minded people or writing fic– but canon is the lingua franca that allows you to talk to people who aren’t your immediate tumblr family; canon is the list of events that become the SHARED experience for everyone watching the show. Without canon, you cannot have an intelligent conversation with different shippers or people with different interpretations within the ship. Without canon, you cannot talk to ANYONE who doesn’t love your fave like you do.

Originally posted by yourreactiongifs

I protest!

In the case of Belle in S6, you can feel sympathy and empathy for Rumple and wish him all sorts of good things in the future– but if you want to have a conversation with anyone who isn’t 1000% Rumple or Die you have to recognize that in the S6 episodes so far Rumple is hurting Belle. Rumple is the villain and Belle is the victim, and her actions are a direct result of Rumple being a Bad Husband. So no, Belle will not be apologizing to Rumple for calling him a bad word or shooting him dirty looks while he is trying to hurt their child, yes? Context matters.

So drag canon all you want over tea in your house, but when you get into town bow down; because canon is Queen– she has to be, otherwise there’s no such thing as an objective reality. Love your villain all you want, but please respect who is hurting whom in the context of the episodes and then we can all find a starting point for fic rewrites and head canons. *hugs to everyone*


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