Actresses in Drag, Ranked
Ranking actresses in male drag because we can.

23. Amanda Bynes, She’s The Man.

22. Julie Andrews, Victor/Victoria.

21. Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore, Charlie’s Angels.

20. Rachel Stirling, Tipping The Velvet. (Recommend)

19. Anita Yuen, He’s A Woman, She’s A Man. 

18. Ossi Oswalda, I Don’t Want To Be A Man. 

17. Keira Knightley, Pirates of the Caribbean II. 

16. Alana Austin, Motocrossed.

15. Imogen Stubbs, Twelfth Night. 

14. Tilda Swinton, Orlando. (Recommend)

13. The Takarazuka Revue. 

12. Liselotte Pulver, The Spessart Inn.

11. Mulan, Mulan.

10. Park Shin-hye, You’re Beautiful. 

9. Milla Jovovich, The Messenger. 

8. Johanna Wokalek, Pope Joan.

7. Salma Hayek, Frida Kahlo.

6. Janet McTeer, Albert Nobbs. (Recommend)

5. Gwyneth Paltrow, Shakespeare in Love. 

4. Cate Blanchett, He’s Not There

3. Joyce Hyser, Just One Of The Guys. 

2. Katharine Hepburn, Sylvia Scarlett.

1. Katharine Moennig, Young Americans. 

She was too honest, too natural for this frightened man; too remote from his tidy laws. She was, after all, a country girl; disordered, hysterical, loving. She was muddled and mischievous as a chimney jackdaw, she made her nest of rags and jewels, was happy in the sunlight, squawked loudly at danger, pried and was insatiably curious, forgot when to eat or ate all day, and sang when sunsets were red. She lived by the easy laws of the hedgerow, loved the world, and made no plans, had a quick holy eye for natural wonders…
—  Laurie Lee, Cider with Rosie

Title: mouthful

Fandom: Haikyuu!!

Pairing: Kuroo Tetsurou/Tsukishima Kei

Prompt: Day 1- Visiting

“I’m gonna kill him.” Tsukishima grumbled, glaring at the door. Kuroo flopped onto Tsukishima’s bed, his face in his hands, laughing hyserically. “Why is he here now? He wasn’t supposed to come and visit until tomorrow.”

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