i wonder to who

um hi so i’m (just under) 50 away from 2k and it’d be ya know kinda cool if i could get there sometime (soon)… and yeap that’s my story (thanks for listening reading) (*awkwardly shuffles off stage ur screen*) 

KD k-fandom is having their annual gathering now (this year it’s called KADI-ONE). They share lots of cute fanart (in the form of photocards)… I’m so jelly rn.

If you told me that the first (and hopefully not last) song sung by a Diamond would be a grandiose pep-talk to get someone to cheer up, I never would have believed you.

“An Agate terrifies, a Lapis terraforms” is a very interesting lyric. I guess Holly Blue Agate’s role was easy enough to identify, but now we know what Lapis Lazuli was doing on Earth! Perhaps she was the very one who carved out the Kindergartens?

But I’m wondering about those earlier lyrics: “What’s the use of feeling blue?” or “What’s the use of feeling, Blue?” Because both are wildly different and very powerful in meaning.

anonymous asked:

Is there an app or site for romantic asexuals who want to date? I usually do not care about this but damn holidays and people asking me if I have a partner yet is making me wonder who is out there

I am not aware of any, but I’ll reblog some answers if any have some

I always wonder if a Connor sequel were to be announced, who would score the soundtrack? I’m down to my personal three choices 

  • Jesper Kyd and Lorne Balfe (AC2-AC3)
  • Hans Zimmerman and Loren Balfe (Sons of Liberty OST has some AC3 DNA in it and its awesome!)
  • Austin Wintory (AC Syndicate)

Who would yall have or someone else in mind?

azureleon  asked:

thats gotta be one of the weakest episodes to date. at least it gave us rock people vs crystal gems commentary. I wonder what the allusion could be

“A gem who has tiny gem shards / dust running through their veins”

This is foreshadowing, screencap this.

carryontobakerstreetviatardis  asked:

Sorry if this isn't where I'm supposed to ask for things other than boards, but I was wondering who all the mods here are? I've seen like maybe four and the only consistent one has been Will, I think. It may have been that one reblogged post but anyway yeah I was wondering who all was here. Thanks! xox

I’m Mod Gabe, Creator of @lgbtqia-moodboards . I’m 15, Trans/Nonbinary and I’m currently dating Mod Joey.
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anonymous asked:

Hi I love all you cc of course who doest, but I was wondering if you could make or recolor a hair to have different color bangs ? I really want to make myself in the sims but I have black hair and grey bangs and I can't find anything like it in my cc ),: 💕

Have never thought of that before that’s a really cool idea :D ! I will try and come up with some designs for hairs like that Thankyou for the inspiration ❤️❤️❤️❤️

anonymous asked:

I wonder who came up with the name Seth Rollins I've always like Tyler black

He did an interview with Jericho a couple years ago and said he tried to keep Tyler Black. But at that time WWE had everyone change their names. Even successful Indy guys, with the exception of Punk. Rollins was a nod to a guy named Henry Rollins that he’s a fan of. Dusty Rhodes liked the name Seth for him, so that’s how Seth Rollins came to be. 

Out of Curiosity

I’ve been seeing posts circulating about white people not having the right to practice Vodou or Santeria and I have a question for those who practice either.

It would definitely be wrong for a person not of African descent to barge into one of those faiths and demand things from the Lwa or Orisha, though I doubt that the Lwa or Orisha would allow them to do things like that unchecked (I’ve heard the stories).
But I wonder what everyone’s opinion is on Lwa and Orisha who appear to people who are not of African descent, white or not? Of course, I’m not talking about false claims or attention seeking. I mean people who have genuinely been visited by one of them.
I once knew a white person (not a witch, but a magician of some sort) who was visited by Ezili Danto in a dream, and before then knew little about Vodou. They described her rather well, with a dark blue dress, red kerchief on her head, bloodshot eyes from tears, stern but caring appearance, dark skin, and a cut on the cheek. The way they spoke of how she looked and acted lead me to believe that this was legitimate.

As a traditional witch who has read and heard much about Vodou and Santeria from its practitioners, but does not practice either, I cannot give a definite answer on this, and am simply curious.