Whistle-Ukelele Chocobo Theme Song
Robbie Daymond, Keythe Farley

Prompto whistling the Chocobo theme song with ukelele background music provided by the lovely voice director Keythe Farley. This was done on their live stream tonight (17/02/24). I’ve turned the mono-sound into stereo so it’ll come out of both left/right sides and edited the intro/end to make a more soothing entrance/exit. 

Feel free to use it as a ringtone/music/etc.!!!! Enjoy!


the world is a shatter-palace, 
and you consider yourself
king of broken windows 
and screams muffled
like murdered stars
in the night. 

here is a list of nothings:

  • blue unblinking eyes
  • lips chafed on massacre mouths
  • a mistake that you cannot seem to unmake 
  • an ocean that’s stealing all the heat you didn’t even know you had left to give
  • a boy whose bones are lies but whose skin is spring
  • a poem, a promise of “always, always, always” gasped between your storm-cellar bodies
  • the word “stay” carved into a gleaming key
  • the incendiary hum of traffic, cold air in the mornings
  • his fish-hook fingers entwined like summer vines with yours 
  • a smile reserved only for you and the night
  • a new city sprawling at your feet, cigarettes and drinks in between

nothing is a form of self-delusion & self-acceptance,
nothing is a secret kept from yourself and
biding your time before death

(nothing is the feel of his calloused
palms caressing your neck)

(nothing is a tear in your reality)

(nothing is forcing you to face your fear of
heights and the drop has never looked so fatal)

it is a static shock that festers like magma
beneath your skin and bleeding
in empty forgotten rooms 

his body is a temple and you get
your hands wet at the altar 

your body is a graveyard
and he raises your dead

he is the sky-high centre of 
your whole world and as
you fall and you fall, 
you are found. 


They Can’t Take That Away From Me (Steve Rogers x reader)

Request: Hi there can you please make a fluffy Steve x Reader based on the song “They Cant Take That Away From Me” by Jose James❤️❤️

“Woo!  Get in there, Cap!”

Steve turned and shot a mischievous yet warning glance over his shoulder to Sam, who was sitting with an equally inebriated Clint on one side and a sober yet eager to make trouble Bucky at his other.  The three men only continued to cheer their friend on, warning or none, but no matter how eager they were for him to claim his moment, none of them could compare to the look of unabashed excitement in Tony’s eyes as he held out your hand to Steve. He had been trying to set the two of you up since your first day working for him at Stark Industries, and he wouldn’t believe that his intuition was wrong.  It took moving your work to the Avengers tower and then reassigning you as Steve’s assistant to get his plan into action, and now that he was seeing his genius idea reach its pinnacle, of course all because of him, he was almost as proud as if he were your own father.

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Hoy les traigo un nuevo AU que se ha hecho muy popular en twitter💕🌸 llamado #/TwitterSail
O como los usuarios le decimos de cariño, #/twitterPiratasDelCaribe(????)
En este AU lo que tienes que hacer es dibujarte como un pirata, o un miembro de la nobleza (?), O un aventurero!
Tienes la libertad de escoger lo que tú quieras ser!
Aquí viene lo divertido,
Yo escogí ser un trapito, :>
Que cosas💕
So~ aquí les dejo Al capitán Keyth Collingwood
Dirige la Nave Black Rose Revenge~
Espero que les guste!

WW2 Recommendations

In my last post I recommended some of my favourite historical movies, and it ended up being much more popular than I thought that it would be. So this week, I decided that I would recommend some books, movies, and TV shows about my favourite time period to learn about- World War Two. This is an ongoing post, and I will be adding on to it later.

Atonement by Ian McEwan, movie directed by Joe Wright

I mentioned this movie in my historical movies post, but I love it so much I thought i would put it in here, too. Both the book and the movie are fabulous.

All the Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr

I actually just finished this book, and it was perfect. The story follows a young blind girl living in France during occupation and a German boy who is good with radios. It is almost impossible to describe this book without making it sound like a quaint French movie starring Audrey Tautou. Hopeful, suspenseful, and rich in detail.

Annexed, by Sharon Dogar

Based off of Anne Franks diary, this novel follows Peter Van Pels, the son of the family that hid with the Frank family. I loved how this book showed us Anne from a different perspective, one that we wouldn’t normally see. Beautifully written, incredibly sad.

Black Dove, White Raven by Elizabeth Wein

This book offers a different view of WW2. It talks about what happened in Africa through the war, and Italy’s brutal invasion of Ethiopia in the late 1930s.

The Book Thief, by Markus Zusak

Okay, I know that pretty much everyone has read this book, even if they aren’t interested in history, but i love this story so much, I figured it deserved a spot.

Between Shades of Grey, by Ruta Sepetys

No, this is not part of the 50 Shades of Grey series… A stunningly sad story about a Polish girl who is sent to a Siberian work camp during the second world war.

Code Name Verity, by Elizabeth Wein

A story about friendship, survival, and hope. This is probably one of my favourite books, and I have read it many, many times- remember to carry tissues around with you when you read it…

Front Lines, by Michael Grant

A alternate history about girls fighting at the front lines during world war two.  I couldn’t put his book down, and I am thrilled that it is going to be a series! Hopefully I don’t have to wait too long for the next one…

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows

Not set during WW2, but right after when the world was emerging from the shadows. Told through letters and telegrams, the story tells of a group of friends who created a society to prevent the members from being arrested by Germans. It is apparently being turned into a movie, if you would rather watch a movie than read a book.

Home Fires, created by Simon Block

A BBC series about a group of women in a small community during WW2. This show is beautifully filmed with gorgeous music and fabulous costumes.

Rose Under Fire, by Elizabeth Wein

Another Elizabeth Wein book! A companion novel, in a way, to Code Name Verity. The story revolves around a female pilot who is captured by the Nazis. Definitely would recommend.

The Scent of Secrets, by Jane Thynne

Set during 1938 about an actress named Clara Vine who has a hidden background. Set in Germany, the story follows her bravery in the time right before the war.

Violins of Autumn, by Amy McAuley

In 1944, 17 year old Betty  Sweeney lies about her age and joins the Special Operations Executive and finds herself parachuting over Nazi-occupied France. I found this book completely by chance, and I absolutely loved it.

X Company, created by Mark Ellis and Stephanie Morgenstern

About Canada’s secret facility on the shores of Lake Ontario, the TV show follows five agents behind enemy lines. One of my favourite shows, and I will be writing a post about it after season two ends.

Since I am losing steam, here are the names of some other great books, movies and TV shows. Trust me, they are all amazing

The Imitation Game

Almost a Great Escape by Tyler Trafford

Schindlers List (both the book and the movie are amazing)

The Bletchley Girls (non-fiction, about a group of women who worked at Bletchley Park during the war)

A Train in Winter by Caroline Moorehead (another non-fiction book. About women in the French Resistance who were sent to Auschwitz)

Agent Carter (a Marvel TV show set right after WW2)

Foyles War

The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender, by Leslye Walton

Saving Private Ryan

Band of Brothers

Land Girls

Bomb Girls

Resistance (a French drama)

Captain Corelli’s Mandolin (yes, Nicholas Cage is in it, but the rest of the actors and movie is really good, I swear. The book is better)

The Bletchley Circle (BBC series about a group of women who worked at Bletchley during the war who get together in the early 50s to solve crimes)

The Kings Speech

The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne (it is also a movie)

Sarah’s Key

The Book Thief (movie)

The Monuments Men


Suite Francais (book and movie- haven’t seen or read them, but they are apparently good)

Things we may have forgotten about Gravity Falls:
  • There is a real “Gobblewonker” monster in the lake
  • Wax Larry King is still inside the wall
  • Clones 3 and 4 biked into the woods and never actually came back
  • Dipper still has the president’s key
  • The “body-switching” carpet appears to be stored in the attic

me: wow all of these nice-message ppl sound super cool and great support for the fandom! im so happy theyve come into play!

nice-message____: haha sorry shaladins are disgusting and don’t deserve love or kind words even tho they can be going through the same things antis could be :)

me: wow nvm ://

Things I wish I knew before I got engaged

1.     Engagement periods can take over your life

At first the engagement period is the most exciting time, and it should be! (celebrate it), but pretty soon depending on how soon you decide you want your wedding this beautiful period of time can just become one big wedding conversation- with literally everybody (and anybody). It’s really important to carve time out for yourself and for you and your partner to have wedding free time.

2.     Fight to keep your wedding your own

Everyone thinks they’re a wedding planner when you get engaged. There’s plenty of people who are trying to do a nice thing and help you out with suggestions but its very easy to quickly get overwhelmed. Especially when weddings can bring out the “I know everything” mentality. Be select in who you allow to have an influence in your wedding and make sure you don’t allow yourself to get swallowed in their ideas of what your wedding should be rather than your ideas for your wedding.

3.     Communication is key

The part that makes wedding planning the most difficult is communication. Because depending on your partner’s and your family dynamics there’s often a bunch of people who have very differing opinions and expectations.  Chronic people pleases need to find a way to have hard conversations about their expectations for their wedding and family member’s roles in the lead up- the earlier the better, there’s nothing worse then ending up with a wedding that you don’t feel is your own at all.

4.     Research will make your budget happy

This one’s a balance. Some people will blow their budgets out with a longer time, because the idea they started with for their wedding was before they saw all the amazing glamorous weddings out there. And to a degree a shorter engagement period can help with that. But also research will save you a tonne of money. Finding the best vendor for your price point and style will take time. There’s no shame in going on some vendor stalking from some friends (if they’re happy to share) or hunting down the corners of the internet so you can find that great  photographer no one has ever found before. And sometimes this can take a tonne of time. if you time poor perhaps event organisers are going to be your saving grace.

5.     DIY -  be ready for some pinterest fails

Lets be real, the internet is full of some beautiful do it yourself wedding décor. And while that’s great there’s a level of these that are really making these things professional. What says it may only take 20 minutes may eventually take 3 hours, because well maybe you’re not as much the arty type as you would like to believe.  DIY can be time consuming and painful and can sometimes completely fail, be prepared for your idea to go sideways a few times, and make sure that you do a few practice ones.  After practice ones assemble and army, make a day of it and hang out with the girls to get it done. And dear lord absolutely do NOT leave it last minute – there is absolutely nothing that will make you more stressed then fiddling with craft and a hot glue gun while you cry at 11pm one week before your wedding. Be prepared and do it beforehand!


Royai Week ‘17 // Day 3: Catalyst

Back at it again with songs about Royai. Here’s my song for Day 3 of Royaiweek. I hope you all enjoy! <3


One shot ringing in the dark
A tiny flame lit from a spark
The first punch of a typewriter key
The discreet way you signal me

Your goal to be ruler of the land
The secret code, the slight of hand
With all your men, you are the king
A subtle gloat, a dial tone ring

Each one happening in a moment
A promise that need not be spoken
We are gonna make a move
In 4, 3, 2

Together, we are gonna light the flame
That’s gonna burn the shame
Away from this land
We are the catalysts
And we know it won’t be bliss
But it’s worth it
We know it’s worth it
Because nothing good worth having comes for free

All your men get split from you
You concentrate, organise a coup
We can’t speak without a code
I knock twice, you say you know

You care for those who’re close to you
Sent the girls away, blew the bar up too
We’ve all chosen to desert
The plans in motion, all on alert

Each one happening in a moment
A promise that need not be spoken
We are gonna make a move
In 4, 3, 2

Together, we are gonna light the flame
That’s gonna burn the shame
Away from this land
We are the catalysts
And we know it won’t be bliss
But it’s worth it
We know it’s worth it
Because nothing good worth having comes for free

We know that there’ll be risks
We know that there’ll be rain
We know that there’s no pleasure
Without a little pain

We know that there’ll be sparks
We know that there’ll be fire
But together we’re gonna take this country
High, high, higher
High, high, higher
High, high, high

We are gonna make a move
In 4, 3, 2

Together, we are gonna light the flame
That’s gonna burn the shame
Away from this land
We are the catalysts
And we know it won’t be bliss
But it’s worth it
We know it’s worth it
Because nothing good worth having comes for free

And I know we have to do this,
So I’m glad that you’re with me