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@yurarat LOOKIE WHAT I DREW LAST NIIIIIGHT–

Ara (In Korean): H-hey! You let me go right now you giant nerd!!

Friday: *chuckles* You know I can’t understand you when you talk like that, Ara…

(HECK MY SHIPPING HEART—)

Like, I can just imagine Friday fitting both his and Ara’s heads underneath his giant hat so then they’re just like really super close and that gets Ara all super duper flustered X33

Did Lily ever find out James scribbled her initials in his exam papers? Did the marauders tell her? Did she use this against him for the rest of their life? I hope so. 

cogane liked your post:how much do you wanna bet lance had a dumb ass…

team voltron’s favorite disney princess as follows 

  • Shiro: Cinderella, kind and good natured and self sacrifices for others. I feel like seeing how Shiro is as a person he’d appreciate that in a princess. 
  • Pidge: Belle, one of the more brainier princesses and like Pidge can have a sharp tongue. Pidge values brains a lot so I mean obvious choice ???
  • Lance: Ariel, bubbly and carefree plus the whole mermaid thing does wonders. 
  • Hunk: Tiana, hardworking caring and shares his love of cooking and food
  • Keith: Mulan, badass and determined. Will do anything to protect loved ones even if it’s not really the ‘honorable’ thing to do.   
  • Allura: Pocahontas, strong willed and adventurous. Will take charge when the time comes and other people aren’t doing what needs to be done. 
  • Coran: Rapunzel, he likes how lighthearted and creative she is. 

french is the language of love so i’ve learned how to call you a nerd in french parce que je t’aime, ringard

ok i drag greek a lot, we all do, but do you ever just get that romantic feeling while you are struggling through it? Like you are translating a dead language and you don’t know who is speaking but it is like catching whispers behind a curtain, the voices lost and indistinguishable but the words remain, a shadow play of light without heat from stars now dead and light years away, snatches of things in a language no one learns on their mother’s knees anymore, foreign phrases and idioms in strange orders that sound more and more natural the more they appear to you - “Truly, you speak?” “Why indeed?” “I do not understand what you say” “I suppose” “To be one, or two?” Watching these words drop like pebbles and pass through other centuries, other decades, other languages and transcriptions, as blurred as they are illuminated.

Is that why I am still studying this?

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In which our beloved monster ambassador fends off the attacks of the well-intentioned but misguided gym teacher.

I can’t seem to stop drawing them in stupid situations sorry X’D Also, I decided to give D-bag #3 a face–

BONUS:

BTW Frisk senpai’s popularity shot up even higher due to this incident–

With all these Mass Effect supposed
leaks, I’m still holding out hope that we can romance our salarian pilot because he and an engineer Ryder would be really cute together :3

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in which the marauders live together, based on this post

Tord: Dritt, dritt, dritt!

Matt: Shit, shit, shit!

Matt: Who is it?!

???: You know who it is you big nerd! Let me in!

Matt: You’re a big nerd!

Mark: C’mere! 

pp-phantomphoenix  asked:

I'm not entirely sure if you will be able to answer this or not, but I'll give it a shot. I'm planning to host a D&D campaign, and I want to use the Greek Pantheon instead of the typical D&D gods and goddesses. I'm trying to figure out how to organize the deities using the D&D alignment system, but I'm having trouble. Thanks in advance. If you need more information, please let me know.

Sorry about the wait!

This ask made the nerds among the Muses and Chorus giggle gleefully (and then promptly descend into debates). We aren’t sure which version you’re playing, so we didn’t know if you knew about Deities & Demigods–a manual for 3rd edition. If you want it quick with little to no work required on your part, this book has the D&D Pantheon, an Olympic Pantheon, an Egyptian Pantheon, an Asgardian Pantheon, and a couple extra deities you could toss in (in case you, or someone else, decides they’d like to use various gods in a D&D campaign).

That said, all of us found the way that Wizards of the Coast categorized the deities to be…problematic.

Truth be told, the entire D&D alignment system is flawed and overly simplistic (very few, if any, gods easily fit on the grid). So we’ll do our best to assign alignments to the Greek gods (or some of them, anyway) based on our understanding of the alignments.

Please see under the cut for our answer.

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