john henry's

anonymous asked:

Just any character's really.


alright,   let me see…


@eucalyptos(  this one is a multimuse, but BOI, A FAVE OF MINE <3   @theloyalangel​, @fracturedsword​, @swcrdiisms


@helcl, @hellstopbitch, @morningstarnomore


@fatedvessel​, @brxr​, @apheliicn


@ofxrighteousness, @hunterofpie, @tobeblamed, @whiskcydreams, @deanmcn








@nevermeanttofall​, @brckenwarrior​, @castiellisms​, @fromsalvation


@thekingsparty​, @fellcrowned

+ angels + others ( or this list will be eternal )

lilith ( @primxs )   meg ( @thcrnypain, @painedpower )   ramsey ( @orignalhound )   jo harvelle ( @admiredhim )   amara ( @godssister )   abaddon ( @hcllqueen )   gabriel ( @mischiefsmessenger )   raphael ( @tempestatevolucre)

and those are the ones on the top of my head.  hope this works for you, anon!


Did you know that South Carolina technically had two PRESIDENTS and existed as its own country before the United States even existed as a country?

The royal colony of South Carolina declared its independence from Great Britain on March 15, 1776, almost 4 months before the colonies as a whole would declare its independence. South Carolina became an independent republic, called the Republic of South Carolina, the first such republic in America. Then on March 26, the newly formed Republic of South Carolina drafted its first Constitution and elected its first president, John Rutledge, and it’s first vice president, Henry Laurens.

John Rutledge (1739-1800) was the elder brother of Edward Rutledge, who signed the Declaration of Independence as a representative from South Carolina months after South Carolina’s declaration.

Rawlins Lowndes (1721-1800) was South Carolina’s second president, but he was apart of the committee to change the name of the office from president to governor.

John Rutledge would later go on to serve the state of South Carolina again as its leader, but this time under the title of governor after Lowndes term.

The Founders, Explained With Gifs

George Washington: 

John Adams:

Alexander Hamilton:

Thomas Jefferson:

James Madison:

Thomas Paine:

John Hancock:

John Jay:

Paul Revere

Patrick Henry

Abigail Adams:

Aaron Burr:

Richard Henry Lee:

Albert Gallatin

Sam Adams:

Benjamin Franklin:

About the Accents of the Founding Fathers and Other Ppl Related

Alexander Hamilton has a very strong New York accent w/ a lot of nasal sounds&a mouthful of slangs from Yiddish& Hebrew, just like any other New Yorker. However, when he’s in the company of Southerns, he sound rather Scottish than New-Yorker. One wonders why.

John Laurens has a not strong but very distinctive Southern draw in his voice, but he’s too cool&cuddly to be teased for it by anyone.

Lafayette’s French accent is just ADORED by everyone. His breathy r’s and sonorous vows are just absolutely captivating.

Hercules Mulligan has an awkward, mixed, Irish&New York, accent. His tone of speech is usually made by the Irish accent to sound kind of like singing. Everyone, including Mulligan himself, makes fun of his accent in a friendly way.

Henry Knox&John Adams have Boston accents so heavy that Southerners in the Congress hardly can understand them when they overhear the New Englanders talk amongst themselves. They say that, the two New Englanders drop so many r’s when they speak that they might as well just take the ‘r’ from their republic. (which is really a false idea, since Boston accents don’t drop r’s before vowels.)

Thomas Jefferson&James Madison have strong southern accents, and though they try to shorten the draw a bit when they’re in Washington, they are still often teased by the Federalists from up north, who would exaggerate, making every vowel about one-second long, doing hyper-correction pronunciations such as saying ‘earl’ instead of ‘oil’.

George Washington also has a southern accent, but he rarely lets it slip, and he refuses to acknowledge it when Hamilton brought it up in his nasal-sounding New York accent.

Aaron Burr has no accent. Sometimes ppl would think that he’s from the Great Plain, or specifically, Kansas.

Things I’ve learned from my reading so far:

-Abe Lincoln once suggested cow dung as a dueling weapon.

-James Madison is the only president to have honorary citizenship in another country. (it’s France)

-Ronald Reagan was the first president to ever be divorced.

-Dolley Madison is the longest serving First Lady or White House Hostess.

-The Kennedys met because Jackie was the camera girl interviewing JFK.

-Edith Wilson is known as “the presidentress” because of her role in making decision on behalf of her husband after he suffered a stoke.

-Grace Coolidge delivered a is the only first lady to give a speech at Gallaudet. (and yes, she did sign it)

-Lincoln was the first president to be born outside of the original 13 states.

-William Henry Harrison gave the longest Inaugural Speech, FDR gave the shortest. 

-Andrew Jackson was drunk when he was sworn in as Vice President.

-James Madison is the only president to ever lead troops from the battlefield.

-John Tyler had the nickname of “His Accidency”

-John Quincy Adams wore the same hat every day for 10 years.

-JFK was the first president to never wear a hat.

-Ulysses S Grant’s favorite horse was named Jeff Davis, to mock the president of the Confederacy. 

-James Madison once accused Benjamin Franklin of being a British spy.

-Robert Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln’s son, was present for three presidential assassinations.


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