go-roar

SO THE GIRLS ARE ALL DEAD.
SO THE GIRLS ARE ALL MONSTERS.
OK. FINE. IF THE GIRL WHO LIKES KISSING
GIRLS MUST DIE, THEN FINE. I’LL SHOW YOU
A DEAD GIRL: SHE WILL BE DEAD
AND MERCILESS. GO AHEAD. BURY HER.
THIS TIME SHE WILL RISE. SHE WILL CLAW
HER WAY UP. GRAVE-DIRT UNDER
HER FINGERNAILS. DRIPPING AND DARK-HAIRED
FROM THE WATER. YOU WANTED A DEAD GIRL
AND YOU’RE GOING TO GET A DEAD GIRL.
YOU WANTED A MONSTER
AND YOU’RE GOING TO GET A MONSTER. 
IF THERE MUST BE BLOOD
THEN THERE WILL BE BLOODSHED,
DO YOU HEAR ME? 
IF SHE IS A MONSTER FOR LOVING GIRLS
THEN SHE IS A MONSTER, THIS TIME.
SHE WILL HAUNT THIS HOUSE YOU BUILT.
SHE WILL SHAKE THOSE BONES.
DON’T YOU KNOW YOU LEFT HER HUNGRY?
LISTEN TO ME. IF YOU WANT A HORROR SHOW
THEN I WILL GIVE YOU A HORROR SHOW.
DON’T KILL ANYTHING
YOU AREN’T PREPARED
TO MAKE A GHOST OF.
—  s.s., “bury your gays”

yesterday i watched the new german les mis production and highlights include:

  • wonderfully cute newly-wed marisette (cute marisette in general but shh)
  • the dialogue “but enjolras! i love her!” “and I love the republic!”
  • courfayrac, boussuet and marius drinking to celebrate his new appartment and singing “santé paris, we don’t have money! santé paris, we’re saving the world!” (it rhymes in german)
Because I don't think this gets enough attention...

‘I want to be alone - far away from everyone. Because when you lick me, Feyre,’ he said, pressing nipping kisses to my jaw, my neck, ‘I’m going to let myself roar loud enough to bring down a mountain.’
–Sarah J Maas, ACOMAF, chapter 48

'Rhys roared as he came, slamming in to the hilt. Outside, the mountain trembled, the remaining snow rushing from them in a cascade of glittering white, only to be swallowed up by the waiting night below.’
–Sarah J Maas, ACOMAF, chapter 55

And what business is it of yours if I am only a girl? Aravis Tarkheena.

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Later on in the evening, Cherry broke out some flash cards. Arden was already very talkative and well-spoken for a two year old, but she figured a bit of practice wouldn’t hurt anyone.

And it didn’t! Arden was very receptive to what Cherry was teaching her. The two talked for a while, Arden telling Cherry all about her favorite animals.

“Lions!! I love lions. They big an’ go roar!!!” Arden mimicked, raising her arms in the air and roaring out loud. 

Cherry couldn’t help but laugh at the child’s enthusiasm and spirit. She loved it. Cherry proceeded to ask Arden all sorts of questions, such as who her favorite prince or princess was, her favorite color, and what she liked to draw. 

Not that anyone asked for it, but I just kinda felt like talking about it, so here we go

on my profiles, I have age just listed as a number instead of elaborating as years or sweeps. I do that in case the person I’m rping with uses one or the other for age. an example of that would be if their muse is 23 sweeps old, but looks like someone who would be 23 years old. So, in that case, my muse would be however old they are in sweeps. Vice versa, if their muse is 9 sweeps but looks around 23, then my muses’s age will be the age listed, but in years, and I’ll have taht equal to however many sweeps it comes out as

Figured some people would appreciate the idea, if they feel like their muse is too old or something to interact with other muses! it’s a good work around to make them available to different kinds of people, I think!