is the dudes name

GOT S8
  • Jon: From now on, we're going to be using code names. You can address me as Eagle One.
  • Dany, code name -- Been There, Done That.
  • Sansa is -- Currently Doing That.
  • Missandei is -- It Happened Once in a Dream.
  • Gendry code name -- If I Had To Pick a Dude.
  • Tyrion is -- Eagle Two.
  • Tyrion: Oh thank God.

anonymous asked:

i just re-read all of ascendant and wanted to reach out. thank you for writing such a wonderful story. i can't wait to see where it goes. who IS that fade dude! roslyn is a great OC and i'll drop anyone who says otherwise on their head

MY DUDE.

I’m not sure what I did in the past week or so to get all of you lovely anonymous angels but thank you so much. It means so much to me that you are enjoying it, and that you’re kind enough to send me this message. 

While I’ve been working on this other fic (that I still feel weird talking about since I have a tendency to mention something on this blog and then have it immediately become impossible for me to finish) I’ve had a lot of time to reflect on my process, on what works for me and what doesn’t. I know I’m still new to this writing thing (I think I just past two years posting fic this week… I’m not totally sure but it was sometime in August 2015) and I have a long way to go, but Ascendant’s been a really weird thing to grapple with in my brain. I’ve had some time to think about how I wasn’t being kind enough to myself in terms of my skill level and productivity, and I feel like it’s been necessary to go silent for a while in terms of content. But I know that sucks, especially for the people who have been reading for a long time. 

Ascendant is a huge project, and in a lot of ways it was a mistake to start writing it as the first ever thing I tackled. Growing pains for this fic, and for all my other stuff, have been a bitch, and I know I have not been a reliable writer for you guys to follow, but it means so so much to me that other people connect with what I’m trying to do. I know it sounds silly, since it’s basically just a ridiculously long fix-it fic for Inquisition with an oc I’m obsessed with, but it’s important to me, and I’m still blown away that anyone else likes it besides me. 

I seriously started tearing up when I read this just now. I am so so so so grateful to you for having patience, and for being sweet enough to send this to me. I just. Yeah. You’re amazing. Thank you. 

I blame @imaginestuffandthangs for this, as well as @underratedcharactersimagines for their story! Lol😁

A cute idea that’s been going around in the Guardians/Yondu fandom about you and Yondu collecting and sharing your “cute little buggers” together. 💕

And yes, those are actually mine. The little skeleton dude is a gothic squeal you named Spooky. Some of my others include: plush Vishnu, a fanged unicorn, a gargoyle, a goblin, and a few others. Sadly I didn’t have room for my Monster High and Living Dead dolls. 🙁

Enjoy the cuteness!❤

anonymous asked:

stupid question is jay an unisex name or nah? bcs when i first followed the blog i got reminded of a fem character who had that name too but thrn i read you're actually a guy and like MY WHOLE LIFE IS A LIE 🤣

That’s ok! It’s not stupid, I promise. I’ve heard the name Jay used for both boys and girls. ^^ I just happen to be a dude named Jay. I picked the name myself anyhow. -Mod Jay

Referencing my previous post. Two people who refer to her as purely Veronica, right there. Even if you don’t know the actress, it says her name in the title my dudes like??

Mom Deals With Local Traffic

When I was a wee thing, my parents moved out the the Highly dubious condo in East Palo Alto and into a relatively nice suburban neighborhood, into a house immediately across the street from my new elementary school.  Immediate, as in, less than 40 feet from the traffic circle.   Mom would wave at me from the driveway sometimes while I was in class.  This should have made getting me to and from school easy, but there was an issue:

I still had to cross the street, and because I was living in the over-caffeinated heart of silicon valley at the time, that meant dodging the local commuters barreling through the school zone at upwards of 40 miles per hour with no regard for the stop signs.

The flashing “School Zone” signs were ignored.  
The city refused to put in speed bumps or devote extra patrol cars.
One of my classmates grandmother’s volunteered as crossing guard, and some jackass in a BMW ran over her foot on the first day.

Now, mom declared as we drove Mrs. Manchez to the hospital her foot in a beer cooler full of ice, Would be a good time to take the law into my own hands.

So after dropping Mrs. Manchez off at the hospital, we drove to the thrift store, where my mom found a navy blazer, aviator sunglasses, a pilot’s cap and an old, clunky-looking hair dryer.  

The next morning, mom went out to the sidewalk in her new “uniform”, with the hair dryer and a legal pad so she could write down the grocery list.  Every time a car would come roaring down the road, Mom would look up, point the hairdryer at them, and, and write something down.  

I remember listening to brakes squeal all day the first time she tried it, Mercedes and BMWs screeching to a crawl as they passed the school, glaring at her.   By that afternoon, cars were creeping along at an over-cautious 10mph, and I was able to get home without taking my life into my hands.

After that, Mom went out “in uniform” every couple of days, because intermittent re-enforcement is what REALLY gets a change in behavior going, and point the hair dryer at anyone speeding through the school zone, usually while writing down grocery lists or short stories, or drawing unflattering caricatures of the other PTA moms.

Eventually, however, one of the cars that came through was a patrol car, and he slowly pulled to a halt in front of mom, glaring at her though his own reflective glasses.

She smiled an waved the hair dryer.  “Good afternoon!”

“…What’re you doing?”  he groaned, 3 in the afternoon entirely too early for this shit.

“Writin’ a grocery list.”  She beamed, and when that failed to satisfy him, she explained about the speeding problem and that if they couldn’t send a partol car out here to ticket people regularly, she figured that a hair dryer would be the next best thing.  Working like a charm so far.  They didn’t even notice the little airplanes on the Pilot’s hat.

The officer stared at her for a moment longer before his face broke out into a slow grin.  “Y’know, when we’re out of a car, we usually wear visibility vests.  So more people see you and your… Phaser.”

And that’s the story of how Mom and Officer Brown met and started the neighborhood watch program.

Name Numerology

Every letter of the alphabet matches a number from 1-9. The number can be calculated by the digit sum equaling the place of the letter in the alphabet. E.g. ‘K’ is the 11th letter, the digit sum of 11 is 2, so ‘K’ equals the number of 2.

Alphabetical number table:

1      A      J      S

2      B      K      T

3      C      L      U

4      D      M     V

5      E      N      W

6      F      O      X

7      G      P      Y

8      H      Q      Z

9       I       R

For the calculation of your Name, Personality and Heart number use your complete name(s) with first, middle and last names as it is written on your birth certificate! (This will bring the most accurate results.)

Here’s an example of how to calculate the Name number:

                          J   E   F   F   R   E   Y         L   E   B   O   W   S   K   I

                          1   5   6   6    9   5   7         3   5   2   6    5    1   2  9

add together                     39                                          33

build digit sum                3+9=12                                 3+3=6

                                       1+2= 3                                  stays 6

add together                                           3+6=9

NAME NUMBER IS                                     9


What your Name number indicates:

(1)    A leadership personality with frontier spirit, strength, independence and determination.

(2)    A diplomat and peacemaker who is sensitive towards the own and other people’s emotions.

(3)    A master of words, always appearing to be youthful who is able to do many things at once and who becomes more self-confident in the process of getting older.

(4)    A practical person who works hard, is patient and possesses a sense of detail.

(5)    A freedom-loving traveller who appreciates diversity and change and who is able to do many things at once.

(6)    A harmonious person who loves a peaceful home, family and all things beautiful and who is responsible as well.

(7)    An analyst who is wise to use his time for reading and writing and moreover doesn’t miss the forest despite of all the trees.

(8)    An organiser who gains power and success when being in charge of one’s own fate.

(9)    A true humanist who loves art, music or voyages. You give generously and need recognition.



For calculating your Personality number you do the same as above only using the consonants of your name(s).

E.g.  J E F F R E Y     L E B O W S K I  —  J F F R Y    L B W K S                       Personality number: 6

Your Personality number indicates that the people surrounding you see you as:

(1)    daring, independent, original, strong-willed, competitive

(2)    receptive, sensitive, empathetic, cooperative, diplomatic

(3)    friendly, optimistic, eloquent, happy-go-lucky, entertaining

(4)    disciplined, practical, hardworking, reliable, loyal

(5)    astute, versatile, active, adventurous, modern

(6)    affectionate, adaptable, helpful, responsible, fair

(7)    restrained, self-confident, critical, analytical, trust-worthy

(8)    modest, disciplined, efficient, powerful, successful

(9)    gentle, generous, helpful, tolerant, influential



For calculating your Heart number you do the same as above only using the vowels of your name(s).

E.g.   J E F F R E Y     L E B O W S K I   —   E E     E O I   —   Heart number: 3

Your Heart number indicates that your deepest inner feelings, wishes and skills motivate you to:

(1)    use your own ideas to lead and guide others exemplary.

(2)    collaborate with others and to use your sensitivity and diplomatic skills to be a joy to the people around you.

(3)    express your optimism and creativity.

(4)    bring sacrifices to reach tangible results for all your hands-on plans.

(5)    seek adventures and to live life on the fast lane.

(6)    create harmony and a peaceful atmosphere.

(7)    spend time alone seeking for the truth and to reflect on the meaning of life.

(8)    take things in your own hands and to use your energy to gain money, power and success.

(9)    use your knowledge and compassion for the benefit of others.