google helped me

It’s 11:30 and I’m probably going to hate this in the morning but whatever.
(So @keilattes inspired me to draw the Victuuri Lovechild™ and I was scrolling through a bunch of @zephyrine-gale ’s art earlier and then I was like RAINBOWS and I think I accidentally rather poorly drew your offspring by accident so yeah I’m sorry)

As a non-native English speaker, I’ve learnt a whole bunch of new British sayings and phrases from reading Agatha Christie, like:

  • “Quite off his crumpet” - he’s crazy
  • “All at sixes and sevens” - confused
  • “Looking after number one” - taking care of yourself first
  • “He gets my goat” - he annoys me
  • “As sure as eggs is eggs” - something is certain
  • “Dying duck in a thunderstorm” - feeling blue, woebegone
  • “Spinach and Gammon” - nonsense
  • “Quite another pair of shoes” - quite a different matter
  • “Nineteen to the dozen” - very fast
  • “In my eyes and Betty Martin” - complete nonsense
  • “Thin edge of the wedge” - the beginning of a harmful development
  • “Cross-grained” - a person who’s hard to deal with
  • “Keep your pecker up” - stay cheerful
  • “A goose is walking over my grave” - sudden feeling of chilliness
  • “The wind’s in the quarter” - something is suspicious
  • “That cat won’t jump” - that idea isn’t going to work
  • “Have a butcher’s” - have a look
  • “I’ll knock you up” - I’ll visit you

erengelion  asked:

Can i request a cute paramedic also named Yuuri Katsuki BECAUSE PIZZA BOY AU SLAYED ME

The ninth drink was Christophe’s idea.

(The first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth drink, of course, were Victor’s ideas. But that’s not the point.)

(And as for the loss of Victor’s clothes—he’s not sure whose idea that had been. But at the time, it had seemed like a good idea. Now, since he’s face-to-face with the most beautiful man he has ever seen, it… Well, it still seems like a good idea.)

“Am I dead?” Victor asks groggily, as he looks up into the stars. And by the stars, he means the paramedic’s eyes. The world spins. But that’s less of a romantic reaction to the man above him and more of a biological reaction to the alcohol.

“Um…” the paramedic starts, and his eyes are torn away from Victor’s as he starts to look over a clipboard. “No. You’re not.”

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white album explained (part 2)
  • birthday: paul's that guy who's like hey happy birthday and the other person is like ? it's not my birthday and paul is like oh haha i thought we had the same birthday weird :^)
  • yer blues: john wants drugs
  • mother nature's son: the most passively egotistical song a person could write (until let it be)
  • everybody's got something to hide: john takes paul's hello goodbye how to write a song advice but the end product wasn't as good
  • sexy sadie: even the instruments are dripping with sarcasm
  • helter skelter: PAULL IS!!!!! INTO SERIAL KILLERS!!!!!!!! (i bet your parent(s) said that at least once if they've heard this song)
  • long, long, long: is anything playing hang on *turns up volume* oh yeah it's just long, long, long
  • revolution 1: so weird bc it sounds like past john writing to future john complaining about like bagism, or like a song paul would write when he and john were doing that cute back and forth thing for a while
  • honey pie: when the beatles' time machine breaks down in the 1930's, they need to use the power of music to save the day. written + driected by paul mccartney, executive producer george martin
  • savoy truffle: proof that chocolate is both sexy and scary
  • cry baby cry: rich people doing casual rich people things like painting a painting and holding a seance
  • revolution 9: become naked *crowd chants*
  • good night: really cute but kinda awkward if you're listening to the album at like 1pm

7x09 | A Rock in the Road

Things I’m tired of hearing:

(Brought to you by Dean)

“Romance novels are bad for women”

“Romance novels perpetuate misogynistic ideals.”

“Romance novels are meant to placate women with silly fantasies.”


Romance novels support women, inspire women, and give them a voice.

Look there isn’t enough space in 100 posts to discuss all the ways in which romance novels are subversive as fuck in regards to the societal views of women. Luckily Maya Rodale and Sarah Wendell have me covered.


LadyNoir July Day 8: Ride-or-Die
  • Chat Noir: *Realizes he called Ladybug his Owner
  • Chat Noir: Y-Yeah. You take care of me and I love you in return. I-In a friendly way!
  • Ladybug: *Sees how flustered he got and can't help but tease him for it.
  • Ladybug: We'll need to get you some tags for that collar of yours. 'If found, return to Ladybug.'
  • Chat Noir: *Incredibly turned on by this
  • Chat Noir: My Lady...I...
  • Ladybug: *Enjoying the increased purring and being the one in control of the flirting for once
  • Ladybug: Don't worry, Kitty. I'm sure we can work through a few kinks.
The Nordic Five explained by me
  • Finland: mom friend and will fucking fight your weak ass
  • Sweden: gay gay gay canonly gay gay gay Finland (His "Wife") and Ikea and ABBA
  • Iceland: edgy teenager, doesn't call norway "Big bror" against what norway wants hates the ice jokes edgy fucker
  • Norway: butter and no emotions, chokes denmark with his tie by pulling it, love hate relationship with lego boy
  • Denmark: legos legos mermaids norway legos legos beer beer mermaids king of scandinavia