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In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month I drew some of my favorite Hispanic/Latino characters from TV, movies, books and video games. Just wanted to share, please don’t steal my art.

Oh nice! I don’t know some of these characters, but they look cool. I also like how you interpreted how Manny would look if he were alive. Nice job!

anonymous asked:

What protagonist from a book or movie would make the worst roommate?

All of them.

The protagonist in books always have horrible things happen to them. Their lives are just total chaos. That’s why they are protagonists. You dont’ want to room with any of them or else your life would be a mess.

Like don’t room with me. I’m a protagonist in the story of my life and my life is a mess. 

The movie map book is coming this fall, October 24th - CINEMAPS: An Atlas of 35 Great Movies from Quirk Books! All the old movie maps, and lots of new ones, with truly amazing essays by A.D. Jameson. This book is the product of years of work for me so I’m pretty jazzed to see this come to fruition as a collection. And while I mention it in the Intro and Acks - I really want to say thanks to the people who supported this crazy ongoing movie map project over the past 6 (!?) years by reblogging, buying prints and paintings, and writing me emails. This whole thing was about as organic as it gets, and that’s pretty darn sweet. More info to come in the coming weeks! 

100 NON-SEXUAL WAYS TO MAKE HER FEEL LITTLE

Help me tie my shoes

Wash my hair in the bath

Pet me

Pick out my clothes

Pull me into your lap

Get my paci if you notice me chewing my lip

Cuddle me

Make me giggle

Use my little dishes for a meal

Bring me a drink in a sippy cup

Stick a crazy straw in my drink

Hold my hand in public

Order for me at a restaurant

Drive me places (and pick me up)

Go to my doctor’s appointments with me

Help me make tough choices

Let me fall asleep on you

Ask me to help you with things

Tell me when I’m a good girl

Tell me if I make you proud

Take care of me when I’m sick

Remind me to take my medicine

Suggest naptime, especially if I’m crabby

Read to me

Ask me about my favorite things; tell me about yours

Whisper secrets to me

Teach me new things

Remember my plushies’ names

Ask about my plushies and toys

Tuck me in at night

Remind me of bedtime

Ask if I remembered to do things

Kiss the top of my head or forehead

Color with me

Check for mean-monsters

Listen to my excited-babbles

Play pretend with me

Take me to a park

Push me on the swings

Let me pick the movie

Tell me I’m cute/adorable

Kiss my owies

Use awesome band-aids

Surprise me

Get me little gifts

Set up a bubble bath

Let me draw a tiny heart on you

Check on my planner

Make music with me

Pick my jammies

Cook with me

Take me to the zoo

Take me to the library

Plan and go on a picnic

Take a walk with me

Take me stargazing

Visit a museum with me

Paint my toenails

Make sure I have something to cuddle

Invite me to a tea party

Ask about my imaginary friends

Plan a themed date night

Play board games with me

Play video games with me (or watch me play them)

Do arts and crafts with me

Give me candy/sweets

Make me hot cocoa with marshmallows

Blanket. Forts.

Show me a place I’ve never seen before

Whisper “shhh” in my ear when I’m upset

Wipe away my tears

Take me to see a kiddy movie in the theatre

Sing with me when I break out into song

Call me “princess,” “little one,” “kitten,” “bunny,” “girl,” or “doll”

Appreciate little gifts I make/give you

Make a funny face at me in public

Scoop me up princess-style

Watch cartoons with me

Make me a healthy snack

Make a meal of special little foods

Give me an allowance

Have me complete chores

Remind me to wash my hands before I eat

Get things from places I can’t reach

Rub my tummy when it hurts

Start a pillow fight

Shoot me with a water gun or nerf gun

Quote from my favorite books and movies

Ask me silly questions

Try to win me a prize

Take me somewhere I need to dress up to go to

Ruffle my hair

Boop my nose if my emotions are getting too intense

Let me wear your t-shirt/hoodie

Write a note and leave it somewhere for me to find

Congratulate me for doing something difficult

Start my sleepy music at night

Take me to an amusement park

Take selfies/photobooth pictures with me

Make a pinky promise with me

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bother me with these please

1: What’s the most annoying thing about your best friend/s?
2: Least favorite TV shows?
3: Favorite moment with your best friend/s?
4: What’s one quality you would like to have?
5: Name three people of your same sex you would: marry,kiss and fuck
6: Do you like your full name?
7: Tell me your most embarrasing memory
8: Favorite color to wear?
9: Favorite restaurant?
10: What would be a good first date for you?
11: Are you a good wrestler?
12: Are you allergic to something?
13: Would you be a good singer?
14: Who’s the last person you told “I love you” to?
15: What car would you buy if you had enough money?
16: Favorite cover of a song?
17: What was your last conversation about?
18: Where were you born?
19: Least favorite app?
20: Tell me two facts about your country of birth
21: Do you like wearing sunglasses?
22: When it’s a good moment for a first kiss?
23: What are your nationalities?
24: What would make you drop college/university?
25: A crossover between two shows (any shows) you would like to see?
26: Long or short hair?
27:A character from a book/TV show/movie that shouldn’t have died?
28: Favorite movie scene?
29:Do you ship more fiction people or more real people?
30: Favorite country song?
31: Favorite John Green book?
32: Least favorite Ed Sheeran song?
33: Favorite ship?
34: How do you deal with sexual tension?
35: Name a celebrity who died that you miss
36: Favorite Harry Potter spell?
37: Something you are scared of losing?
38: Someone you regret meeting?
39: Have you ever been hurt by someone you thought he/she was your friend?
40: Do you easily open up to people?
41: What is a gift you love receiving?
42: What is something you could leave easily?
43: Rant about that’s eating you up
44: If you could make one phone call to anyone right now, who would it be and what would you say?
45:Are you easy to love?

🍰 Cake Shop Asks 🍰

Cheesecake: What is your favourite sweet treat?

Pound Cake: A picnic on a summer’s day with all your favourite treats or a rainy day in a cozy coffee shop with a book?

Chocolate Fudge Cake: What song can always make you dance/feel good?

Strawberry Shortcake: Name five of your favourite fictional characters.

Vanilla Cake: How do you spend a lazy, rainy day?

Coconut Cake: A lazy, beautiful tropical paradise or a busy, wondrous city?

Angelfood Cake: Tell us a cringey childhood story. 

Chocolate Cake: What was the last movie you saw? Did you enjoy it? Why?

Red Velvet Cake: Name your ultimate guilty pleasure. 

Ice-cream Cake: What is your go-to ice-cream order (toppings included!)?

Princess Cake: Name some of the things you wanted to be when you grew up. 

Fairy Cake: If you could live in one imaginative land (eg: from a book, movie, etc), where would it be and why?

Mooncake: What is your Chinese zodiac sign (eg: Year of the Rooster, etc)? 

Carrot Cake: What does someone have to do to get you to be their friend? 

Birthday Cake: What is on your birthday wishlist? 

Victorian Sponge Cake: You are at a shop that sells body lotions, soaps, shower gel, etc in lots of different smells. What scented lotion do you get?

Lemon Cake: What/who makes you smile the most? 

Coffee Cake: How do you usually take your coffee/tea? 

Italian Cream Cake: Name five of your top travel destinations.

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Snape Appreciation Month day 8: Hogwarts Years

One thing is for sure: Snape is intelligent. And I wanted to show it in two pictures: in the first he’s probably in his first or second year, while in the other one he’s in his seventh year.
A fact I remember from the books/movie is that he has the habit to hunch over books and papers (see the Owl exams), so maybe he always keeps this position when he studies and concentrates?

P.s. as usual, lineart was perfect and I butchered it with poor colouring skills, sigh

5 New ideas for outlining stories

Maybe you are tired of all outlining techniques out there… the snowflake, the skeletal, the summary, the visual map, you’ve tried them all. And, although they are great, nothing works anymore. Or never worked in the first place. Maybe, when you outline, you feel like the magic is gone, the story has already been told, you don’t need to write it anymore. Outlining makes your bored.

Then, you try going pantser, but you get lost to where your story should be going soon after the first plot point. Not outlining makes you lost.

Originally posted by murallamuerta

We need to jump outside the box of plotter and pantser. No one is 100% plotter, or 100% pantser. We are neither. In truth, we are explores, travelers, discoverers of beautiful stories, sometimes we have maps, sometimes we are following the unknown.

If we outline with fear and/or severity, we are doomed. Outlining is supposed to be on the creative side of the brain. It’s the whole picture of a drawing. Or the sketch of a sculpture. So, let’s try an artistic approach to outlining. 

1. TV Series:

For a moment, pretend that you are not writing a book, but a 15-episodes TV series. Write down a small paragraph to what should happen in each episode. Don’t worry about details, make it general. With 15 episodes planned out, you’ll have a clear view of the story. As you write, use the episodes as guidance.

This exercise helps you explore plot details.

2. Hours:

Think of your story as the hand of a clock, it has to run through twelves parts to close the circle. Draw a clock, but, instead of hours, write down plot points. Every hour should change the story somehow and guide the characters to a conclusion.

This exercise helps you keep track with the main plot.  

3. Branches

Picture your story as the branches of a tree. Better yet, grab a paper and draw your tree trunk. The trunk is the beginning of the story. Part the trunk into two big branches. These two branches are two different turns your story could take. From two big branches, create four smaller ones. At each split, create a new course for your story. At the end of the exercise, you’ll have many outlines to choose from.

This exercise helps you discover new possibilities.

4. Mixing

Mix the outline of two existing stories from books, movies or games to create your own. Very simple and easy. Write down one or more paragraphs on how these two stories would merge into one completely new.

This exercise helps you unravel new angles to old ideas. 

5. Tags

Make a list of 10 to 50 words of objects, colors, places, animals or even feelings. Pick three words randomly and try to incorporate them into your story.

This exercise helps you think outside the box.

You can try your favorite exercise, or all of them.

How to Steal: Good Writers Borrow

Originally posted by slytherin-bookworm-guy

Good writers borrow. Great writers steal. -T.S. Eliot *

This is great writing advice, but many people are wary about following it because they misunderstand what the terms “borrowing” and “stealing” mean in this context. 

I’m here to clarify. 

Borrowing is using something of someone else’s. Stealing is making something your own. 

This advice means two things:

1. Don’t be afraid of reusing elements from books you love.

I’ve spoken before about stealing in How to Steal: Know Your Tropes. When you see story elements** in a book you love, don’t think that they’re now off-limits to you forever. Just because you love The Great Gatsby and it’s set in 1920s New York doesn’t mean that you can now never write a story set in 1920s New York. Just because you love I Capture the Castle and it’s written as the protagonist’s journal, doesn’t mean you can never write a novel that takes the form of the protagonist’s journal. Just because Scooby-Doo… you get my point by now, don’t you? 

Take note of what you love in other stories.*** Remember those elements–the plot twists, character arcs, tropes, settings, etc.–and then use them to write a story full of things you love. 

2. Make the things you steal your own.

Borrowing, in this definition, would be writing about a 1920s bootlegger in love with the girl across the way, trying desperately to impress her with his wealth. You’re stealing from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby… and making it no less F. Scott Fitzgerald’s story. 

This example steals too much from one place. It’s too timid in it’s approach. it’s too afraid to take anything from the story, so it keeps everything the same. Anything that tries to be like Gatsby, but better is destined to fail. (Maybe a little like Gatsby himself. Just throw a bigger party, old sport! That’ll do the trick!) 

The key to stealing is stealing from multiple things at once until it looks like your very own thing. Stealing is writing a novel about a gang of mystery solving teenagers in 1920s New York, told in the form of a journal the group takes turns writing in. (Because we’re going to add a splash of Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants here.) 

Stealing is saying: these story elements are mine now and I’m going to use them the way I like, combined with my interests. And you know what? By stealing bits and pieces from all of the things you love, you’re creating something unique and new and wonderful

So go out there. And steal. Never borrow. 

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*This is commonly attributed to him at least. The internet tells me he definitely said something close to it. 

**Obviously, this doesn’t apply to the words themselves. Never steal somebody else’s words. Basically everything else is up for grabs, though. 

***You’re not limited to stealing from books. Steal from movies. From TV shows. From plays. From epic poetry. From that anecdote your neighbor told you last week. 

wordmage-girl  asked:

Why do you want to fight Nicholas Sparks? And how would you challenge him (thrown glove, e-vite, etc)?

Thrown glove, definitely. This has to be PERSONAL, even though my problem with him is really everything he represents.

I have talked before about how his brand of dreck has basically killed the romcom, but I don’t think I’ve talked about why I hate his brand of dreck, so gather around, chickadees, for “How do I hate thee, Nicholas Sparks? Let me count the ways.”

1. Tragedy porn. Look, honestly, I liked “A Walk to Remember.” Mostly because of “Only Hope” and Shane West’s face, but I liked it (if I watched it today, even divorced from the whole of Sparks’s canon, I would hate it, but that’s a separate issue). But as time went on and I watched a couple more of his movies and then heard about the others, it’s just … look. I know that we make stories to make people feel a certain way. We want to elicit an emotional response. And that’s a good thing, you know? And I know I rail about darkness and sadness a lot, but I’m not even saying that stories should only try to elicit good emotions. That feels shallow.

But with Nicholas Sparks and other tear-jerker-type stories (see: reasons I never got into Grey’s Anatomy, reasons I’m more likely to read straight-up darkfic than what people call “sads”), the emotional manipulation is incredibly blatant and formulaic and … I don’t know, is “cheap” the word I want? I don’t see the point in a story that says “Here’s a thing you love. Fate is going to take that thing you love from you. The main character is going to lift their chin like Scarlett O’Hara and say ‘tomorrow is another day!’“ I don’t feel like it’s something the creator is sharing with me, I feel like it’s something they’re trying to do to me, and I don’t take kindly to that.

2. White Cis Hets Touching Foreheads.

3. His whole brand is marketed to women, books and movies both, they’re chick flicks, date movies, stuff For the Women, but he sure is a dude. Not that men aren’t allowed to write romances, but it’s just that slimy feeling of “a wise man making money off all those silly weepy romantic women” rather than “a wise man showing that it’s okay for both women and men to cry over a love story where tragic things happen.” Like. Nora Roberts sure doesn’t have this kind of franchise. And I can’t say I enjoy reading Nora Roberts, but one could excise the sex from her books and make movies and market them to women, but somehow nobody got to be a romantic-book-adaptation juggernaut until Sparks. Partly because he’s a man and partly because

4. Happiness Isn’t Art. There seems to be this implication that because things end badly, because they’re sad, because they make you cry, it’s okay that they’re romantic. The sadness makes sure that they’re art. And fuck that, honestly? Tearjerkers are fine, whatever, they can (and should, I don’t want to stop people writing for the genres that appeal to them) exist in the world even if I don’t want to consume them, but nobody in this world gets to tell me that the unhappiness elevates them higher than the romcom. That it’s better than Nora Roberts not because he’s a man but because the sadness makes it somehow more worthy.

5. Look at that face. Tell me you don’t want to punch that smug face.

6. Sometimes you just read a book or watch a movie and know that the person behind the story is ideologically opposed to you in pretty much every possible way.

Just to sum up, I guess … I’m a person who loves reading and writing love stories. I always have been, since I was a little kid. If there’s tragedy and difficulty along the way, sure, I’m willing to go along with that, but when there’s someone who consistently says “no, this is only worthy if I take happiness away from you, because happiness isn’t art, because romance is only worth of attention if tragedy interrupts it,” then I get ready for a fight. And since he’s very much the trend leader there, I am pretty much ready to meet him in the pit at all times.

Branches of Spirit work

Spirit work is a broaaad term and there’s been many disputes about it so I decided to organize a list. If there’s a specific branch of spirit work that isn’t on the list, please do message me and some info on it! or correct me if I got some parts wrong!

RELIGIOUS: Working with an entity or figure associated with a specific religion. This can include the worship of a deity depending on the person. 
Some examples include the Abrahamic God, Joan of Arc, Greek Gods, etc. 

SPIRIT COMPANIONSHIP: Working with spirits bought from a companion store, usually binded to a vessel. Great for beginners because the vessels make it easier for the human companion to connect to their energy. 
This is NOT slavery nor is the spirit forced into it. It’s all consent. 

ANIMAL: Works with animals, living or dead. This could be for reconnecting to a once living being, deep appreciation for all animals and/or animal deities. Some examples are dogs, cats, birds, wolves, etc. 

POP CULTURE: Works with living entities from a fictional realm coming from a book, movie, anime, etc. They are conversed as energy being put into the idea of them, creating their own realm and able to access. 

ARS GOETIA DEMONS: Where the whole, demon summoning archetype came from. Works one or more of the 72 demons from the grimoire, Lesser Key of Solomon. Some may or may not consider this “Hell”. 

ANGELS: Works or worships angelic spirits. They are often described with large feathery wings or halos. Often works underneath God(or similarly) but does not have to be Abrahamic or religiously tied. Examples are Shinigami(death angels), Fallen. 

VAMPIRES: Works with vampires, usually Psy or Sanguine. Psy vampires feed off the energy of humans to sustain life while Sanguine vampires are the ‘dracula’ archetype. They do not need blood but some offer raw meat as an offering but does feed off the human when eating meat. 

FAE: Works or communicates with faes (also fay, fae; from faery, faerie, “realm of the fays”). Fae is a type of mythical being or legendary creature in European folklore, a form of spirit, often described as metaphysical, supernatural or preternatural. Usually known as an umbrella term that covers many species. 

DRAGONS: Works with dragons. Period. Usually known as a legendary creature,  typically scaled or fire-spewing; with serpentine, reptilian and avian traits, that features in the myths of many cultures. European and Chinese dragons are the most commonly known. 

ELF: Works with an elf or a community of elves. Elves are mythical creature of various origins that is usually regarded as a good being that helps to make trees and nature good. Described to a taller human with long, pointy ears. Also considered very beautiful creatures. 

ANCESTRAL: Works with spirits/those who have passed within their bloodline. Some may even work outside their bloodline with respect and permission from the ghost/human spirit. 

CULTURAL: Works with spirits within their own culture or tied to their religion. Example of cultural spirits are yokai, Japanese demons. 

HELL: Works with demons or spirits with relations to Hell. May or may not have relations to Goetia demons, depending on the individual spirit. Spirits may include hellhounds, lowborn demons, hellcats, etc.

DEATH: Works with the dead aka ghosts, those who have passed recently or awhile ago, helps the dead move on/guide them to dead. Also called a psychopomp. 

MEDIUMSHIP: While they do work with ghosts, they have more purposes than helping the dead move on. Some functions include relying a message to the living, helping reconnect loose ends, etc.
Thank you to @pathlesspagan

GUIDES/GUARDIANS: Works with their guardians/guides in this life. This may be a guardian angel, a spirit that has been with them for a long period of time or someone they trust to protect them or to guide them through a path.

ELEMENTAL: Works with spirits of the 4 elements: Water, Earth, Air, and Fire. It does not limit to those four but can also extend to celestial, storm, void, corruption, poison, etc elements. 

SUN: Works with spirits that works, worships, receives and/or contains energy from the sun. 

MOON:  Works with spirits that works, worships, receives and/or contains energy from the moon.

SHIFTERS/WERE: Works with spirits who have more than one form such as their ‘human’ form and ‘animal’ form but does not limit to those two and can have more than two forms. Examples include werewolf, werecat, werebird, kitsune.

Updated: 06/09/2016

Art journal ideas/inspiration part 2

1. What colors feel like/ reminds you of

2. A place you want to visit ( doesn’t have to be a real pace, could be something from a book/movie/dream )

3. Childhood scary stories/myths you told each other - you can also illustrate it

4. Unexplained/ weird stuff that happened to you

5. Create something new by destroying something old

6. Red roses, petals

7. A drawing of an eye and inside of it a drawing of a world/city/universe/whatever and writing “there’s a whole world inside of you”

8. Use your parfume and spray it on a few pages or put/glue cardboad soap package(idk if you have those) in your journal it will smell so nice everytime you open it

9. Take wet baby wipes and draw with watercolors on them then press them between the pages to make pretty background

10. Tell your friends to draw something for you and put it in your journal

11. Take a stick or rope, a plastic spoon, roll a piece of paper into a pen or bend it ( take whatever you have ), dip it in ink and make a drawing with it

12. Draw something, cut it/rip it, and then put it back together

13. Draw on top of a photograph with acrylics

14. Being underwater, sun rays shining through, sea weed tangled between your fingers, colorful plants and animals, slow motion, dream like

15. Old antiquity shop

Please tag me if you use any I’d love to see it 

 Here’s part one

My IT Review (May Contain Mild Spoilers)

Trying to record a video was just not going my way, so here is a post about my thoughts on IT. After reading some other people’s reviews, some of my opinions will definitely be in the minority, but it also looks as though many people had some of the same complaints as I did. But overall, IT WAS AMAZING.

PROS

  • It’s scarier than the trailer 
  • For some, IT looked too silly in the trailer and promotional stills, and I promise he makes up for it in the movie
  • The kids are totally motherfucking bad ass, especially during the rock fight scene and the end scene. 
  • Richie, Beverly, and Eddie stole the show. Richie is hilariously funny and had me laughing out loud. Richie and Eddie together are even better. And Beverly punches you right in the goddam gut with her emotional performance. 
  • Finn gets a mother fucking bat scene. 
  • The acting is amazing overall; these kids are so impressive. 
  • Although some things were changed, overall, it did a good job staying true to the book. 
  • No orgy scene for those of you worried, lol.

CONS

  • Although the Derry history was touched upon, I wish there was even more. 
  • The kid’s backstories and upbringings could have been fleshed out a lot more, and because they were limited, it was hard to emotionally connect with the characters, other than Beverly. 
  • Mike’s roll seems very random and awkward. For some reason they changed his entire backstory and his addition to the loser’s was just…out of place. I was highly disappointed in this; he deserved way more screen time as I find him sort of like a default leader if anything happened to Bill. Mike deserved better.
  • Henry and his gang are also just…an awkward addition. I felt there roles were simply added just because they were characters in the book, when in reality, their roles play a much larger part in the book and original TV adaptation. The entire end scene in the sewer is changed from the book and movie; I won’t say how but it for me, it was highly disappointing and they took away important things. Henry’s gang was painted as mere bullies when in the book Henry is much more sinister than that. 
  • Although Eddie’s leper was added, some IT incarnations are not. 
  • SPOILER: There is no “this is battery acid you slime!”, nor is there a dam building scene, nor is there Beverly kicking the boys’ asses with the slingshot. They don’t even bring the silver dollar slug down into the sewer in the end. 
  • I feel the emotional bond between the kids could have been stronger. I also feel like in the book/TV movie, we got the idea that these kids were chosen by fate to defeat IT. I feel like in this version, the burden sort of just…fell in their laps.
  • CGI. I really hated it, but I have a theory, haha. Some things looked too silly and fake to me, but if we are seeing it through a child’s perspective – a child who watches cartoons or reads comics – then what they see will somewhat reflect that. I don’t know if that theory is accurate, but it helps me feel better with all the CGI used on Pennywise. 
  • Literal floating dead kids. *rolls eyes*

Things You Wouldn’t Notice Unless You Read The Book/Saw TV Movie

  • The turtle. I am not 100% sure, but I’m pretty sure the lego set that Bill is holding from Georgie’s room is a turtle. If anyone else can confirm this or correct this, let me know. Also, a turtle is mentioned during the swim scene. 
  • You may see certain IT manifestations during the end scene; they are quick though, so if you blink, you will miss them. (Hint: Mummy)
  • The dead lights are shown, but not explained. 

Awesome Things I Fucking Loved

  • All the 80s throwbacks, especially Nightmare on Elm Street 5, Street Fighter, and New Kids on the Block!!!
  • Finn’s mother fucking bat scene!
  • The end scene is phenomenal and although I was in the theater by myself, I legit threw my arms up in the damn air and cheered like a nerd. 

Gore

  • For those wondering about gore, it’s not that bad. There are disturbing scenes, jump scares, and blood, but nothing that wouldn’t be shown on network cable like Walking Dead or American Horror Story.
  • EDIT: I said no animals die, but there is one on-screen death of a farm animal. Sorry!!!

And lastly,

  • SOME GUY SAW “CHAPTER ONE” AT THE END AND WAS LIKE, “WHATTTT, CHAPTER ONE????, AW HELL NO” LIKE HE DIDN’T KNOW THERE WAS A SECOND. LIKE IF YOU DON’T KNOW THERE IS A SECOND, YOU DON’T DESERVE IT. (Ok, just kidding, but really dude….omfg.)

anonymous asked:

One things that's bothered me a bit is how as a whole fandom we want the boys to be able to open up to us and be able to tell us anything but what everyone is forgetting is that Namjoon does that regardless. He's talked about his struggles more than any of the others, n even reccomends books n music to us that really give a huge insight into his personality. He's even gone as far to talk about the secpnd hand pleasure he's gotten from some movies/books which any idol rarely ever dares to mention

what hurts me is that people could yell and scream about wanting members to be more open n real with them but when namjoon does that they’re like ‘hmmm….anyways,’ like it doesn’t matter what he does !!!! he could be standing on his head trying to please everybody and people would still not even notice he exists gosh……i still remember how they took a popularity ranking ages back and namjoon ranked last and that there was an mcountdown individual fancam focus for every member and his focus had the least views, about a tenth of the highest members and all that just goes to show how he’s treated in the fandom. the fact that he’s made painfully aware of that fact all the time hurts even more, like that time in a fansign when a fan got to meet him first down the table before the others and he said ‘now that youve practiced on me, you can talk well to your bias’ like he’s so !!!!!!!! painfully aware !!!!!!!!!! of the fact that most people in this fandom don’t like him,,,,, do you know what that must be like ? to work equally as hard as everyone else, to be leader nothing less, to open up about taboo topics like depression, LGBTQ stands and ‘second hand pleasure’ from books and movies and despite all that, being ignored? this fandom doesn’t deserve namjoon’s open-mindedness, his dedication, his wonderful and accepting personality because they only like namjoon when they can call him ‘d*ddy’ on stage. 

A scene from a TV show/movie/book that made you cry. If you haven’t cried at one of those, maybe a song? If you haven’t ever cried at a song, or a scene from a book, movie, or TV show, then draw your black heart, you souless demon.

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It’s here! <3 The new video is out: a redraw of the “Can’t Help Falling In Love” scene from the Book of Life movie! Hope you all enjoy watching, thank you all for the 4000+ followers, I’m really appreciative that you’re here supporting me and my blog! <3 Thank you again and have a lovely weekend!

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Ask me: 

1). Favorite book:

2). Top 3 favorite movies.

3). Top 5 favorite songs.

4). Do you like storms?

5). What’s your favorite tv show?

6). What do you do for a living?

7). Coffee or tea? 

8). Do you like to read?

9). Tell me about 3 people who have changed your life.

10). Tell me about a hidden talent.

11). Introverted or extroverted?

12). Do you prefer texts or calling someone?

13). Biggest accomplishment?

14). 5 things you want to do before you die

15). Biggest fear and/or greatest dream?

16). Would you rather go to the beach or hike in the mountains?

17). Do you have any pets? If so, names? If not, do you want a pet?

18). Tell me a story.

19). How’s your heart doing?

20). Do you feel alone right now?

21). Favorite memory?

22). 3 things you hope that happen this year

23). What’s your favorite way to wind down at the end of the day?

24). Tell me a joke.

25). 5 things you wish you could tell a younger version of yourself?

26). How do you feel about roller coasters?

27). Scared of the dark?

28). Do you have a favorite number?

29). Any tattoos? Do you want one if you don’t have one?

30). Do you have any piercings?

 31). Tell me the craziest thing you’ve ever done.

32). Do you have a hard time accepting compliments?

33). What time is it, and what’s on your mind?

34). Are you looking forward to anything?

35). Biggest regret?

36). 3 things you want to learn

37). Do you remember your dreams in the morning?

38). Do you like the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade?

39). Favorite season? Why?

40). Do you write in pen or pencil more?

41). Do you like to make lists?

42). Name your top 5 favorite characters from a book, tv show, movie, play, etc.

43). Did you play outside a lot as a kid? Do you still?

44). How often do you take time for yourself?

45). Are you stressed? 

46). Have you ever done something you know you shouldn’t have?

47). What’s your #1 pet peeve?

48). Do you like to cook or bake?

49). Are you dating someone?

50). Do you like to write or draw?

51). Do you play an instrument?

52). 3 places you want to visit and why

53). What’s your best friend like?

54). You are able to re-live one day from someone else’s perspective. What day do you choose? Who’s perspective are you viewing it from?

55). Have you ever done something that someone didn’t believe you could do?

56). Favorite animal?

57). Favorite ice cream flavor?

58). Favorite smell?

59). What does the word family mean to you?

60). How often do attend social events? (Parties, hanging out with friends, etc).

61). You have unlimited money. What do you do with it? Why?

62). Do you prefer sugary or salty foods?

63). Do you like spicy food?

64). Tell me why you followed me.

65). Where do you want to be in a year?

66). Do you wear glasses or contacts?

67). Favorite outfit you own? Post a picture if you can.

68). Are you a dog or a cat person?

69). How do you feel about small talk?

70). Have you ever told someone you love them and then regretted it?

71). Story of your first kiss?

72). How many blankets do you sleep with?

73). Are you comfortable right now?

74). Have you ever been to a funeral?

75). Have you ever smoked?

76). How often do you tell someone you love them?

77). Pineapple on pizza: great or disgusting?

78). How often do you spend time outside? 

79). Have you ever gone camping?

80). Have you ever gone fishing?

81). Weirdest thing you’ve ever done?

82). You become your favorite animal. How do you spend your day?

83). Do you like your cookies chewy or crunchy?

84). Do you like bonfires?

85). Bugs and spiders: do they freak you out, or are they kind of cute?

86). You’re stranded on an island with someone. Who do you hope it is?

87). You wake up with a brand new skill mastered. What is it, and why?

88). Can you crochet/knit/sew?

89). What’s your favorite thing you’ve ever bought?

90). Do you have a favorite Christmas or birthday present that someone got you?

91). Do you like to exercise?

92). Candles or flowers?

93). What is your favorite food?

94). What’s your dream job?

95). Have you been to a different country?

96). Are you good at spelling?

97). Name 3 things you love about yourself.

98). Are you busy a lot?

99). 3 things you’re scared of.

100). Do you have any siblings?

101). Have you ever done karaoke?