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If you could be a girl for twenty-four hours, what would you do?

San Siro, 28 June 2014

Vanessa Nadal and Lin Miranda

In the courtyard, where the students hung out on hierarchical red brick steps, Mr. Miranda always sat in the coolest spot. “Lin was in the center, at the top, with his boombox and his cool friends,” said Laura Weidman, a fellow Hunter student. She added: “He’s a dreamer, a ball of energy. Everything is fun and a joke.”

Still, throughout his senior year Mr. Miranda could never manage to talk to Vanessa Adriana Nadal, a Latino sophomore he admired. “She was gorgeous and I’m famously bad at talking to women I find attractive,” said Mr. Miranda, now 30. “I have a total lack of game.”

Ms. Nadal, who lived in Washington Heights, was mathematical, opinionated, a great dancer and independent. She did not sit in any particular spot on the red brick steps. “She was never looking to be popular,” Ms. Weidman said. “She danced her way through the hallways and studied like crazy for exams.” Ms. Nadal went to M.I.T., Mr. Miranda to Wesleyan University.

On Facebook, he learned that Ms. Nadal was working as a scientist at Johnson & Johnson in Skillman, N.J., developing anti-aging products. But more important, she listed hip-hop and salsa as interests. So he sent her an instant message inviting her to his next Freestyle Love Supreme show.

To his surprise, she showed up, and even joined him and several friends afterward for drinks. “It was a huge group so he didn’t talk to me the whole night,” said Ms. Nadal, now 28. “I didn’t think he was interested in me.”

But, he added, “if she’d just paid attention, she would have known from my darting, furtive glances.”

“I was so shy I asked a friend of mine to get her phone number,” he said.

Weeks later, he called and invited her to another show. “When he came onstage, I thought, I really like this guy,” Ms. Nadal recalled. “He was up there free-styling and weaving rhymes together. It’s pretty impressive. He’s really, really smart.”

Again, she went out afterward with Mr. Miranda and a big crowd of his friends, all rappers, artists and break dancers. She wasn’t intimidated or lost in the group, which impressed him. “She knows she’s dope,” he said. “She’s beautiful but not vain. She’s smart but not arrogant. It’s like, all killer, no filler.”

Two months later, at a big crowded party, he didn’t exactly say, “I love you” but almost. “At some point, we met up for a kiss and he said, ‘You love me,’ ” she recalled. “I was like: ‘How presumptuous!’ I was a little angry but I couldn’t deny it.”

Ms. Nadal added: “He gets me in a way that no one else does. I’m a scientist at heart. I try very hard not to let my emotions cloud my judgments and he’ll see through that and see what I’m really feeling.”

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Epic Movie (Re)Watch #186 - The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement

Spoilers Below

Have I seen it before: Yes

Did I like it then: I think so.

Do I remember it: Better than I did the 1st one, which isn’t saying much.

Did I see it in theaters: No

Format: Blu-ray

I nominated the recap for the first Princess Diaries to @princessofsunnydale because she nominated it for my (Re)Watch so I thought I’d do the same for this post. Thanks!

1) I think it was a wildly smart decision to move the setting of this film from San Francisco to Mia’s often spoke of but rarely seen dominion of Genovia. It’s an organic next step to her story. We saw her learn how to be a princess in San Fran, now we see how she actually adapts to her home country (which is a lively character in its own right). The decision to jump ahead five years ahead instead of three (the number of years between releases) I think also is nice. Mia is more comfortable in the agency she gained in the first film, the relationship with her beau Michael is not hanging over her head, it just allows the film to not be dogged down by some plot points from the first film.

2) Sir Fat Louie? Did they knight him? Can you knight a cat?

3) I didn’t remember this line before I put in the movie but I do now.

Originally posted by say-hi-or-die

4) Shonda Rhimes co-authored the story AND wrote the screenplay? Huh.

Originally posted by iliveforscandal

(I don’t actually watch any Shonda Rhimes shows, now that I think about it.)

5) Chris Pine as Nicholas.

Originally posted by scarlettjo

There is a strong initial chemistry Pine has with lead actress Hathaway, allowing the audience to grow invested in their relationship quickly. Even/especially when they’re not getting long, you can just fell the sexual chemistry in the air between them. It’s fun, making the film stronger because of it.

Chris Pine on his own is as charismatic and interesting as ever. In lesser hands the character of Nicholas could be an even bigger jerk and while there are antagonistic qualities to him the audience UNDERSTANDS his motivations. He is trying to honor what he believes his dead father wanted, he believes he’s trying to do what’s best for Genovia. And when he sees he was mistaken, he tries to step aside. There’s a nice honesty to Pine’s performance. He doesn’t play Nicholas as an over the top mustache twirling villain. All in all, Pine does a fine job in this film and helps support it.

6) Except for one black guy, Genovia’s parliament is made up of all white guys saying they don’t want a woman to rule unless she has a man by her side.

Originally posted by mulder-scully-gifs

I think Queen Clarisse has the perfect response to that.

Originally posted by classyncguy

The law is severely sexist and antiquated. One of the members of parliament claims it should be respected because it is 300 years old. Saying a law is that old is not an effective argument for it as much as it is AGAINST it. 300 years ago in 2004 that’s 1704. That’s slavery, that’s a fundamental lack of women’s rights across most countries. Don’t use the fact a law is old to argue for it. Laws should evolve as the world does.

7) John Rhys Davies is a wonderful character actor who plays Nicholas’ uncle as a holier than thou elitist arrogant jerk. I love to hate him in this, but I might need to watch Lord of the Rings or Raiders of the Lost Ark next to balance out my feelings.

8) Hey guys. Remember that time Catwoman stomped on Captain Kirk’s foot in front of Gimli and Mary Poppins?

Originally posted by its-a-new-sound-track

I’m sure someone has made this joke before, but still.

9) The last film was largely about Clarisse putting her duty as queen aside to be Mia’s grandmother, a relationship which is as strong in this film as ever.

Clarisse [after Mia stomped on Nicholas’ foot]: “As a grandma I say right on.”

10) Like the first film, this movie’s biggest flaw is definitely pacing. Many scenes serve no purpose for the larger plot and instead distract from the main conflict. But - like with the first film - these scenes are also some of the most memorable. So…I’m not sure what to say then. I’m just going to move on.

11) I dig this.

Matarazzo is a continued treat in this film as she was in the first, stealing a number of scenes and infusing some quality humor into the plot. The way she mixes with Genovian life and culture can lead to some nice fish out of water observations, and Matarazzo plays the role with as much commitment and heart as she did in the first film. God bless Lily.

12) The bachelor selection scene is - by far - one of my favorite moments in the film. It is directly related to the plot and has an incredible amount of humor to it. Also, it’s not nearly as long as I remember.

For those of you who didn’t watch the clip above (or even if you did), here is my favorite moment from the scene.

(GIFs originally posted by @ezrajamessharkington​)

I mean it’s small, but I appreciate that both this film and its predecessor acknowledge the LGBTQIA+ community more than other Disney films did at the time.

13) Callum Blue as Andrew Jacoby.

Much like Michael from the first film, Andrew is able to be a good guy while avoiding the trope of Nice Guy™. There is a respect he has for Mia, an understanding and a fondness. They clearly have a connection and appreciate each other’s company, but it is clear that neither of them love each other. And Andrew does not force this on Mia. He’s pretty much at her service, ready to respect her wishes without being a total pushover. He’s a good guy, someone who could have easily been a jerk or a bully but the fact Mia could plausibly end up with him just ups the stakes.

14) The fan scene is a nice moment of chemistry between Hathaway and Andrews, which (much like in the preceding film) is one of the strongest elements of this movie.

Originally posted by paintedprintedpaper

this film one of those moments is when she is reduced to tears because John Rhys Davies spooked her horse and revealed that - SHOCKER - women actually prefer to not ride side saddle. I suppose it’s better that she’s too hard on herself than not hard enough though, as she will be queen.

16) Damn, Joe is a badass.

Mabrey: “Sir, you will find that the word ‘fear’ is not in my vocabulary.”

Joe: “Perhaps. But it’s in your eyes.”

Originally posted by pitch-perfect-movie

17) Hey look! The foot pop!

Originally posted by idontwannamissyouthisway

18) Okay, Nicholas is being creepy with Mia at the fountain. Yes, they kiss. But then she says no to him. Multiple times, too. Yet he keeps groping at her and chasing her around the fountain until they both fall in. And MIA’S in trouble?

Originally posted by emilysurvivesgradschool

19) The parade.

By far the strongest moment in the film. It shows off not only the agency Mia gained in the first film (she has the confidence to stop a parade), but also her incredible heart. She shows off such kindness and care for the people of Genovia, accepts her role as a leader, and is able to create a positive change through the sheer depth of her heart. Also, little Abigail Breslin is very cute.

20) Holy crap, Paul Williams is in this movie.

What is this movie?

21) The bridal slumber party is another scene which doesn’t really add to the plot and it goes a little long. BUT - again - it is wildly memorable. Especially seeing Julie Andrews surf on a mattress after giving a wink to her most iconic character.

Originally posted by stydixa

Originally posted by tripps42

22) Julie Andrews’ song.

Julie Andrews underwent surgery in 1997 to treat what she referred to as a muscular striation on her vocal cords. She emerged from the surgery with permanent damage that hurt her singing voice and gave a rasp to her speaking voice (for which she sued the hospital for malpractice two years later). Julie Andrews basically lost her singing voice. Her song “Your Crowning Glory” was the first time she sang on screen since the surgery. Although it was set in a limited range to accommodate her voice, she was reported to have nailed it on the first take and brought tears to the eyes of crew members on set. Raven Symoné - who duets with Andrews on the song - was so moved when she told she’d be singing with the legend that she too was reportedly brought to tears. If for no other reason, I am grateful this movie exists for all of that.

23) Nicholas is very ready to step aside and let Mia rule.

Nicholas [after his uncle notes all their work would be for nothing]: “It wouldn’t be nothing. Genovia would in good hands.”

I love that. I love that he’s true to his beliefs about doing what’s right for Genovia, NOT himself.

24) So there’s a slight bit of foreshadowing here.

Nicholas [at Mia’s window]: “Rapunzel, Rapunzel…”

Originally posted by missdeev

Chris Pine would later go on to play Cinderella’s Prince in the 2014 film adaptation of Into the Woods, which also featured the characters of Rapunzel and her prince.

25) I’m surprised Paolo’s back. I mean, Larry Miller is great. But didn’t he totally betray the trust of the royal family in the first film? And also, why is he suddenly kinda bad at styling Mia?

Originally posted by siizzy

26) Bless whoever made this

(I just found this on google. If this is your’s and you want credit let me know and I’ll be happy to give it.)

27) Um, guys…

What the heck is Stan Lee doing in The Princess Diaries 2? Is Mia going to join The Avengers? Is Genovia a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe? What is happening!?

All humor aside, as I understand it Stan Lee will cameo in any movie asked as long as he gets his standard fee. I think he wants to have the record for most cameos ever.

28) I dig it, Andrew.

Andrew [after Mia calls off the wedding]: “Uh…thank you. Thank you for saving me from doing the proper thing for once in my life.”

29) Much like the first film, it is Mia who must take her own fate in her hands. She’s the one who argues against the marriage law, she’s the one who convinces the people and parliament to strike it down (although the Prime Minister is again incredibly supportive and I love that). It’s her taking charge of her life, which I think is absolutely great.

Originally posted by baku-babe

30) I 100% forgot that part of this film ended with Clarisse and Joe getting married. I am very okay with that.

31) OH MY GOD YES! PARLIAMENT IS MORE DIVERSE AT THE END! THERE ARE SO MANY WOMEN AND EVEN WOMEN OF COLOR AND IT’S JUST BEAUTIFUL AND DIVERSE AND I NEED MORE OF IT! THANK YOU!

Originally posted by ultraselfdeprecatingnarcissist


Like the first film, The Princess Diaries 2 held up surprisingly better than I was expecting. Obviously it’s aimed at a younger audience than me but it was pretty enjoyable. Anne Hathaway is strong as ever, as is Julie Andrews, while Chris Pine is a welcome and fitting addition to the cast. The themes are nicely feminist as is the ending. Overall I just find it an enjoyable film worth the watch.

Hey, guys, what do you think Hawkmoth’s range of power is?

I mean, we’ve never heard of akumas outside of Paris, and the most powerful akuma (or at least the one with the most widespread abilities) was Stormy Weather, who encompassed a great section of Paris in a giant storm.

(Climatika)

The storm looks super impressive, but you can see in the distance that there’s a stretch of blue.  Or white.  Whatever color you call that slip of space, it’s clear and devoid of storm.  And check out Stoneheart’s revival

(Origins pt 1)

The dummy Stonehearts are scattered all over the place, true, but usually in groups of one or two (or at least the sightings are).  There are no reports of a Stoneheart replica in arrondissements  19, 10, 20, 16, 13, or 14.  We have clusters of three in arrondissement 1 (where the Eiffel Tower is and all the tourist attractions are) and in arrondissement 12, which seems really out of the way in comparison to all of the other dummies.

(The Bubbler)

Also, if The Bubbler wanted to get rid of all of the adults in Paris, don’t you think there’d be more than 28 bubbles going up at once?  I think he had a range to work with, and given the size of Paris versus the number of bubbles in the air (and adequate amount of sunlight for the rest of the episode), it doesn’t seem completely implausible.

And in Lady Wifi, she blasts a HUGE screen up in the night sky while also streaming to a bunch of screens in the vicinity.  Why?  Why make a huge screen if she’s already got people who are addicted to their own watching?  She’s either got a sense for the dramatic or a limit on how far she can broadcast.  My money’s actually on both.

I think the most widespread villain was Monsieur Pidgeon.  We get footage of pigeons in a few streets as well as the subway.  So that might be a possible hole in my theory.

(M. Pigeon)

I think these are all the general ‘widespread attack everything in and out of sight’ akumas.  Everyone else either points and shoots or has an ability that deals with themselves rather than anything outside of themselves.

So what do you guys think?  Are Hawkmoth’s akumas weaker than we’ve been giving them credit for?  Are his akumas weak?  What’s his range of attack?  So many burning questions…

anonymous asked:

how old do you think yoon bum and sangwoo are?

I’m pretty sure everyone agrees that Sangwoo is near mid twenties and Bum is around late twenties/early thirties. I sort of did the calculations a while back and got that Sangwoo is 24 (like how the landlady guessed) and Bum is 29.

What Batfamily ages do you like?

There are so many choices. Golden Age, Silver Age, Bronze Age, Post-Crisis, New 52, Rebirth, and all the retcons contained therein. Then toss in the various cartoons.

While I’m variable, I much prefer Jason closer to Tim’s age than Dick’s and Barbara a few years older than Dick.   I also like Bruce to be a bit older by “present day” - old enough to no longer be a young man.

Please respond with you own ages.  Feel free to add/reduce family members according to the ones you like best/care about most/haven’t read/etc.

Alfred Pennyworth - Anywhere from 50 to 70.  A huge range, but I like both the latter post-Crisis/Batman Begins version where he raised Bruce and the Golden Age where he met Bruce when Bruce was an adult, and Dick already lived with him.  I both like it for Bruce not having that loving presence in his childhood and that parlaying nicely into his post-Crisis inability to get past his parents’ deaths and emotional isolation and for the idea that when Bruce took Dick in, he expected he would be the doing the raising and the work and no one else.

Bruce Wayne - 39-41. I tend to think of Batman as 26-28 when he took in a 12-year-old Dick Grayson within two years of becoming Batman). But I’m okay with Dick being as young as 8 becoming Robin and with Bruce still being 26-28 at that time, so he could be up to 45.

Dick Grayson - 25/26.   Because he was 7 years older than Jason in early post-Crisis appearances and that works well for me, and I *like* him growing up and I think it works well with him playing surrogate father to Damian for a bit.  His age gap with Jason is one of the more important ones if operating in post-Crisis continuity.  He needs to be at least 18 so he can leave home before Jason ever comes to Wayne manor.

Cassandra Cain - 19. I haven’t read much with her, but thought she was 2 years older than Tim.

Jason Todd - 18/19. Because before he was retconned to 15 when he died, it seemed quite likely he was 6 to 18 months older than Tim.

Tim Drake - 17. He was my base character to set relative ages by.

Damian Wayne - 10.  Because he seemed that around that age when he was introduced, and was still pre-pubescent in the little I’ve read with him.

Selina Kyle - 37-39.  Because that seemed a good age for her, relative to Batman, when she was introduced in the Golden Age.  She wasn’t a kid, and I have him 26 so made her a peer. Knocked her down a couple years from him because I’ve seen her younger than him in other versions.  Up to 45ish is okay if Bruce is, too.  I just need her be close to Bruce in age and definitely already and adult when Robin arrives on the scene (prefer Robin barely pre-dating her, as with Golden Age).

Barbara Gordon - 29-32.  1975 had Barbara 7 years older than Dick.  New 52 and a couple cartons made them the same age. I prefer her a few years older than Dick, them not dating in high school, but having a flirtation when he was in college (as they did in Batman Family comics in ‘70s), then dating when Dick is 23ish.  I didn’t really want them in high school at the same time. I prefer the Silver Age version where she is on more equal footing with Batman and Robin - they don’t know her secret identity and she doesn’t know theirs. She was not trained by Batman. She was not subordinate to Batman, but was her own hero. I like her being out of high school before she takes on the cowl so she and Batman interact as fellow adults, peers.

Stephanie Brown - 17.  Because she was the same as Tim throughout the bulk of the 6 years worth of Robin issues I read with her.

Helena Kyle - 1. Because I wish Selina’d never given her up for adoption, and she was talking by then, so 1.

Bonus:

Jim Gordon - I set him relative to Barbara, so anywhere from 24-35 years older than her.


Edit: Barbara 7 years older than Dick in Silver Age, not 7 years older than Bruce - oops.  :)

anonymous asked:

Hey im like. 90% sure that the reason a lot of people are calling Thomas sanders a pedophile (which I don't think he is) is because he's 28 but conducts his online personality as though he's in his late teens to early 20's, and enjoys a lot of things that are intended for a younger audience (atla, Steven universe, kingdom hearts, etc.)

None of that makes him a pedophile or predatory in any way tho

On Facebook, he learned that Ms. Nadal was working as a scientist at Johnson & Johnson in Skillman, N.J., developing anti-aging products. But more important, she listed hip-hop and salsa as interests. So he sent her an instant message inviting her to his next Freestyle Love Supreme show.

To his surprise, she showed up, and even joined him and several friends afterward for drinks. “It was a huge group so he didn’t talk to me the whole night,” said Ms. Nadal, now 28. “I didn’t think he was interested in me.”

But, he added, “if she’d just paid attention, she would have known from my darting, furtive glances.”

I was so shy I asked a friend of mine to get her phone number,” he said.

Weeks later, he called and invited her to another show. “When he came onstage, I thought, I really like this guy,” Ms. Nadal recalled. “He was up there free-styling and weaving rhymes together. It’s pretty impressive. He’s really, really smart.”

Again, she went out afterward with Mr. Miranda and a big crowd of his friends, all rappers, artists and break dancers. She wasn’t intimidated or lost in the group, which impressed him. “She knows she’s dope,” he said. “She’s beautiful but not vain. She’s smart but not arrogant. It’s like, all killer, no filler.”

Eventually, everyone else left and they ended up standing on the curb, wondering where to go next. As cars whizzed and swerved by them, she compared the scene with Grand Theft Auto, her favorite video game, which also happened to be his. “I very coolly said, ‘All right, you’re going to come over to my house tonight, and we’re going to play Grand Theft Auto and watch the Jay-Z movie and listen to Marc Anthony,’ ” he recalled.

The next day he texted her and the next weekend, they agreed to call each other boyfriend and girlfriend. “After that, we very quickly gave each other keys to our apartments,” Mr. Miranda said. He lived in Inwood with roommates; she lived in Brooklyn with roommates. Soon, she would arrive home from work to find him in her apartment, composing on his keyboard. “I look like a crazy person on the subway when I’m writing,” he said. “I sing and run around. I pace a lot. I need to move. But I wasn’t at all self-conscious around her.”

Like the characters in “In the Heights,” they began building a close-knit community. “He made a concerted effort to introduce me to every person who was important to him, which showed me I was important,” she said. “I love his friends and he loves my friends and our friends are starting to love each other.”

Two months later, at a big crowded party, he didn’t exactly say, “I love you” but almost. “At some point, we met up for a kiss and he said, ‘You love me,’ ” she recalled. “I was like: ‘How presumptuous!’ I was a little angry but I couldn’t deny it.”

(x)

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It is about why I broken the BD of TOZX.
Because the owner of Ufotable (こんどう ひかる),in the event of TOZX(2017/07/28),he said:
I think the female character is No one like her (mean Rose), and I think Reducing the status of certain characters is OK.“
WTF????? I am so angry!!!
Even more can’t believed is they(Ufotable’ Cafe’s staff) cursed TOZ(the game) with others!!! I can’t believe it!!! And I really want to know if you don’t like the game, why you went to there? So I think the Japan TOZ fans have a lot of Neuropathy people.

By the way, In fact ,many people don’t like the game of Japan Z circle, of course, on the other hand, many people still like the game, so I hope everyone can distinguish who is the game fans! Maybe He or She, their works are beautiful, but they Not necessarily like the game!

Oh, you can reblog the one, the owner of Ufotable is too absurd to forgive him.

anonymous asked:

How tf does Thomas Sanders churn out so many vines shot in a high school with hs students and teachers if he's 27 years old??? I thought he was like 18 because of that wow that's actually pretty creepy

same hes actually almost 30 (i think 28 or 29) and someone explained to me he might be an alumni which is understandable but dont they leave like at 25? like why stay there so long and pretend to be apart of the kiddies

Ages

So I’m rereading the RotE books in anticipation of Fool’s Quest, and I noticed something about the ages - everyone is so much younger than I pictured. Because:

August is two years Fitz’s junior when they begin skill-training - which means he’s ten years old. Which also means that he’s twelve when Verity accidentally blasts the Skill out of him, and thirteen when Fitz describes him as gone to Withywoods to live as a gentleman.

Regal is less than a decade older than Fitz. I kind of knew this, but I didn’t realise that that means at the beginning of Assassin’s Apprentice, when Regal’s looking at sleeping Fitz in the stall at Moonseye and nattering on about “my mother the queen”, he’s fifteen at the oldest, if not younger. Which is weirdly hilarious to me. Verity’s “oh” responses are kind of funnier now, because Regal’s still basically a teenager. It also means that Regal’s no older than me (24) when he has Fitz tortured :/ 

And if Verity is 33 when he marries Kettricken who is 18 (Fitz specifies both of these in AA), and Fitz is 14, then Regal is, at oldest, 23 - ten years younger than Verity, five years older than Kettricken. 

Kettricken is therefore approximately 21 when she tracks Verity down through the Mountains, making Verity around 36 when he dies. 

If Verity and Chivalry are two years apart (it says in Royal Assassin), and Chivalry dies when Fitz is about 10 (I think), Verity was 28 and Chivalry was 30. 

Chivalry abdicated when he was about 26, which means he lived for about four years afterwards. ish. 

Ages are weird. 

31 Days of Halloween Writting Challenge

Hey guys! So, since Halloween is my favourite time of the year, I decided to pull out some prompts I’ve been having in mind in order to a) celebrate Halloween and b) make you guys more active. 

Basically, I will list down below some short sentences and what you have to do is send me the number you like + the character you want + the kind of story you want it to be. It’s as simple as that! 

Example: #3 with Harry Potter, angst. 

Or you can try and be more specific. 

Example: #25 #47 #1, where the reader is Sam and Dean’s younger sister, Crowley x reader, fluff

 What are you waiting for? Read the list and send me an ask! I write about any character, fandom, celebrity, ship… 

1. Nice costume! It would look better on the floor, though
2. The man was dreaming all day.
3. Is that your blood or my blood?
4. Hurry! There will be no candy when we get there!
5. Shove it up your ass.
6. Is that my makeup you’re wearing?
7. What a witch!
8. I can’t believe you convinced me to go trick or treating with you.
9. I just need my fangs and I’ll be ready.
10. There’s no way you’re going out like that.
11. Are you drunk?
12. Madonna’s boobs were bigger.
13. I think I lost my arm.
14. Man up and put on your lipstick.
15. Why are you so obsessed with Halloween anyway?
16. Oh look, is the bitch in the witch costume.
17. Does he look like a clown to you?
18. It wasn’t me, I swear.
19. I told you the dinosaur costume fitted me better.
20. That’s not spooky at all.
21. You’re dead, literally.
22. Calm down, I’m sure no one noticed.
23. I just want to be normal again.
24. Do I look like a fairy?
25. You can’t just pervert every costume out there.
26. I wish everyday was Halloween.
27. Suck it, my costume is better.
28. I think he stole my dress.
29. It matches your… Personality.
30. You look fine!
31. Maybe if you hadn’t used so much slime…
32. Are you kidding me?
33. I think this place is haunted.
34. Are you sure this is the address?
35. No shit, Sherlock.
36. How many more fangs will we face tonight?
37. Is it just me or that dude was actually a girl?
38. C'mon! You can’t lock yourself in here, it’s Halloween!
39. Bite me.
40. Your food is moving, why is yourfood moving?
41. What kind of sick dimension is this?
42. Sorry, I don’t talk to assholes.
43. We can find a better use for that costume.
44. You look uglier without the mask, put it back on!
45. I think that’s too much candy corn.
46. Are you drinking blood?
47. This is disgusting.
48. I hate you for bringing me here.
49. Close your eyes and count to ten.
50. If anyone knocks the door, don’t open it. It’s probably a ghost.
51. That is such a clichè.
52. There’s a spider in your hair.
53. I can’t kiss you, I spend too much on my makeup.
54. Are you supposed to be scary?
55. I hate mediums.
56. Hold your hands.
57. A tarot reading? Are you serious?
58. Don’t you just hate when kids choose the treat and the trick?
59. There will be a lot of screaming tonight.
60. Slay, bitch!
61. Do it again, do it again!
62. What a pretty pair of black eyes you got.
63. I consider myself a licanthropus rather than a werewolf.
64. Mermaids aren’t that bad.
65. Just shake your nose and fix this!
66. That was evil.

 Good, you read it all, now pick your numbers and send me an ask! Also, if you’re a writer, feel free to use this list. Just give credit. :)

**The ones like this are the prompts that have already been asked. You can ask them again but this is just to have a little control.

Originally posted by thepumpkinqueenn