last edit for the day haha

Fanart 2nd edition! Dedicated to all the wonderful Undertale fandom artists and AU creators! Make sure to check them out~

Here’s the 1st edition~

Credits under the cut:

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Eustace the Endragoned moodboard. White.

If she was a boy she’d have to be knighted, wouldn’t she, Sire?


Ereri Week 2015 - June 6: Storm - Levi deals with his own inner turmoil. Is Eren really that oblivious to how much he torments Levi?

kawaiiusagichansan  asked:

Hello! I've been thinking on possible imagine to fill you wonderful gif use needs and came up with a few option for the first one *Newt is still loopy after a dental procedure were antithesis was used *Newt's face hurting after laughing and smiling so much so he's rubbing at his face to relieve the delightful ache *or Newt just being tired from working on his book so long that he starts to rub at his face doing random silly stuff to get the active again Hope ones of these helps/works!

Haha, this is cute!

Last one of the night!

Master list

Imagine: Newt becoming tired and trying to keep himself awake.

Newt laid his quill down, leaning back in his seat and stretching. He had been editing his manuscript all day, and he was becoming exhausted. But, he was never the type to just give up and quit. He resorted to even drinking coffee to keep awake…which only ended with him making some tea instead.

“Bugger…” The wizard sighed, rubbing at his tired eyes. He could feel the heaviness of sleep taking over, and to keep himself awake he started rubbing and slapping at his face.

“What on earth are you doing, Scamander?”

Newt looked up to see his girlfriend standing at the door, eyebrows raised in a questioning manner. Newt’s hands were on his face, and he just stayed like that while speaking.

“I’m rather tired…”

Originally posted by thatedd


Have an Eddie Edit.
Because it’s beautiful and I want you to at least see it, and you said people are allowed to share creations with you.
I promise this is the last one for today. I promise.

NO. NEVER STOP. I WILL NEVER OBJECT TO MORE EDDIE IN MY INBOX. And I am being 100% honest when I say I wanna see your creations! They lighten my day! (and night, haha!) GUH. Such a handsome man! 

And if you break the promise of last one for the day, I am okay with that. Just sayin’……. *wink wink*

// Hi guys! Coco’s trainer here!

First of all thanks a lot for all the cute messages, ask and share I’m so happy (af)!
Second, only to make it clear this point, I will post once or twice at day (maybe more maybe less depends on the day, collage and shit) and last… as I wrote before, there will be two new friends on this blog very soon,Wait for them!.

Thanks for your attention♥.  

Note: there will be days when I can not post anything, so be patient Coco will answer♥  
edit funnynote: Coco is looking up, so tell me if something funny happens haha 



day 7 (last day :O) - flowers/stars

( @klanceweek I feel really bad for tagging you guys but can this be reblogged please? Thank you so so much <3 it’s okay if you don’t though haha)

EDIT: psst I have a redbubble now! ^W^


owaseraweek: Day 5 || Vampire Attack
Favorite Vampire: Ferid Bathory > Seventh Progenitor!  


They can’t be stopped; just like before,
you understand how he felt
and that’s why you couldn’t stop him.


Fashion wives Violet Chachki and Miss Fame during New York Fashion Week, February 2016

Know Better - The Mun

Rules: Tag 10 ( or not 10 ) followers you want to get to know better.

● Birthday: 19th of September 1985
● Gender: Female
● Relationship status: Single
● Favourite color: Pink, pink, pink! Also teal, pastel green, yellow, all the happy colors! 
● Pets: None. I’m sad alletgic bean. :c
● Wake up time: Usually 8AM
● Love or lust?: Both! 
● Favourite food: Give me spaghetti bolognese and I’ll be a happy bean.
● Met a celebrity?: Nope! Maybe one day I will!
● Last song listened to: … I, I was listening to Eurovision. I’m not sure if this will scare you or amuse you!
● First kiss: 23 haha, I was saving myself for someone. 
● Tall or short: 169cm!

Tagged by: @aymeric-the-blue thank you!
Tagging: @nightmaze @tidusyumemiru @cynicaldjinn @hanisakkuru @aptapugilis @sultana-dreaming  @romidant-diarmi @dodos-and-coeurls @burmecianblackmage  @lokiofishgard ya all who want to do this! \o/ 


joshler-squad YOU CALLED?

I actually made two other versions because I couldn’t decide how I wanted Tyler to look lmao so here you go: Blurryface TBP, and Tyler with white hair.

Anyway this was, like
horrifyingly great fun to draw

And I really love the idea of two of my faves being as huge MCR fans as me, so 
this was great :’)

Also I went with Famous Last Words style TBP outfit because #1 Famous Last Words is one of my favourite music videos and Gerard’s makeup/styling was amazing, and #2 didn’t Tyler say he liked that video? So it seemed appropriate haha. 

I’ve no idea if anyone would want to buy this so I haven’t put it up on Redbubble, let me know if you’re interested though! 

Edit: a few people showed interest, so here you go! You can get it from Redbubble here :)

“Actually, I came to see if you were okay about Jean. It’s hit us all pretty hard, but you and she had something special…”

Femslash February (1/?) - Jean Grey/Ororo Munroe


Future: Noun. A period of time following the moment of speaking or writing; time regarded as still to come. Effulgence: Noun. A brilliant radiance.

anonymous asked:

do you have any tips/advice about writing essays? I seem to always get stuck and discouraged

*puts on nerd glasses* okay, this is going to be a pretty lengthy help/advice (??) post (⌒▽⌒) basically, I outlined the general essay writing process, tips on coming up and collecting ideas + links to some posts. hopefully, that’ll help you on your essays (cmon let’s do this anON I’M CHEERING FOR YOU)


1. keep a working inventory of articles/sources: it’s hard to figure out how you want to tackle a certain topic, but it helps if you’ve already got some inspiration

  • I do a lot of readings over the school break (for fun, but we usually have 2-3 research-intensive essays over the school year so I have a general idea of what I need), so every time I find an interesting bit, I upload the article in my Pocket app
  • if I have time, I do index cards — each card has a citation and a summary of the source, then I organize them based on how cool/useful the topic seems; once the teacher tells us to write about so-and-so, I just flip back through the articles I’ve collected and handpick a few relevant ones that I think I can work with

2. write about something you’re PASSIONATE about: always try to relate the essay prompt to something you enjoy ヾ(*´∀`*)ノ you’ll sound fantastic bc you’re genuinely invested in the topic and it’ll be hard to run out of things to say

ex. movie lover + Austen essay due Monday? then maybe you can:

  • talk about the re-emergence of Austen fandom through Hollywood
  • use a comparison of Emma and Cher from Clueless to discuss the transformation of feminine achievement and class in 20th century America

3. LIMIT, LIMIT, LIMIT: if the topic of your essay’s too extensive (aka the meaning of life omG DON’T EVEN), it’ll be too hard to find a concrete answer

  • believe me, it gets unreasonably complicated once you’re going through the archives for something that dates farther back than the 1300s?? especially if there’s a page limit/word limit/‘not an official academic professor so they won’t let me check out these manuscripts’ limit


1. MAKE CONNECTIONS: find a way to connect the topic of your essay to other literary works, personal experiences or real world issues

  • like in english class, we had to write about the cultural losses that come with being raised in a foreign country (using Santha Rama Rau’s “On Learning to be an Indian” as a reference point), so our teacher suggested that we draw from our own experiences as third-gen immigrants
  • it's also a great way to increase word count and shows that you  have deeper insights into the material, other than classroom-based knowledge

2. make an outline: planning out the direction of your essay will give you a better idea on the progression of arguments and how to defend them

standard format:

introductory paragraph (hook + thesis statement)
3 body paragraphs (1 topic sentence + 2-3 evidences each)
conclusion (restatement of thesis + optional call for action)

  • your hook can be an anecdote or a surprising statistic — use of emotive/inclusive language is highly encouraged
  • don’t use encyclopedia or dictionary definitions that much (if you need to define something, use relevant words or quotes from well-known philosophers or something)


  • haha don’t do it the day before like me
  • you won’t have time to edit properly if you start late
  • if you find out most of your arguments/evidences are wrong (and biased) HAHA ALSO LIKE ME it’s really, really hard to change your thesis last minute


for EACH and EVERY claim you make, you HAVE to find credible evidence to prove that you have a valid argument (from non-biased sites):

  • find other academic/scientific papers on the topic
  • pencil in some quotes from the book (especially if it’s a literary analysis) and include interpretations from other recognized scholars who’ll back up YOUR interpretation
  • take quotes (said directly by the author) or pieces from the author’s other works
  • use passages from widely-distributed, official newspapers (especially if it concerns modern events)
  • contrary to popular opinion, I like Wikipedia and its ‘free-for-anyone-to-update’ feature, but I KNOW teachers hate that, so just double-check and get sources from the bibliography section of the page
  • GOOGLE BOOKS IS A BLESSING (that’s actually where I read ‘Romantic Austen: Sexual Politics and Literary Canon’ which you should really check out yAS I AM THAT WEIRD KID)

5. always remember to CREDIT your source

  • if you’re going to quote, don’t forget to say “according to Aristotle/Plato/random Greek dude”
  • always use your teacher’s preferred format for citations
  • RefMe is great, yeah? You can search book/journal articles, input websites, scan barcodes, etc. and it’ll just format the whole thing for you


1. you should read it. again.
2. let your friends read it.
3. let your family read it.
4. check your transitions. they must be smooth. like butter.


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