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Introduction Post: Yuzuru Hanyu

I am a bit confused as to why I was asked to do this since I thought there are quite a lot of posts out there already, but… ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

So sit down, grab a blanket, and have some popcorn; this is going to be long.

‘Cause we’ll be talking about this nerd:

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Sherlock HLV-S4 (aka EMP) vs House M.D.

First of all, it’s worth mentioning that House MD was inspired by ACD stories therefore it wouldn’t be odd for Mofftiss to take inspiration from the series. Also, it’s the only modern Sherlock series except for their own.

Gregory House - Sherlock Holmes, James Wilson - John Watson, Amber (aka Wilson’s dead gf) - Mary (aka Watson’s dead wife). 

Ok let’s start with S4E15 ‘’House’s head’’

Summary: House has a short disjointed vision and presumes that “somebody’s going to die”. Back at Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital, House is diagnosed with a concussion and post-traumatic retrograde amnesia. Chase performs a medical hypnosis on House to stimulate his memory. While the team investigates several pathologies to fit the bus driver’s condition, House overdoses on his Vicodin and starts to hallucinate. In a renewed attempt to retrieve his memory, House has his team reenact the bus crash. House overdoses on physostigmine, a medication against Alzheimer’s disease, and his mind flashes back to the bus scene before the accident. “The answer” reminds House that since he values reason above everything else, there must be one for her presence in his mind. She keeps asking House what her necklace is made from, until House realizes that it’s made of amber. “The answer” transforms into Amber Volakis, and when Wilson and Cuddy manage to resuscitate House from his overdose-induced cardiac arrest, House immediately informs Wilson that Amber’s life is in danger as he now remembers the crash.

This one is going to be pretty messy because this episode parallels HLV, TAB, and T6T. The most important thing is that Sherlock/House overdoses to solve a case in his mind, turns out it has to do with James’/John’s wife.

S4E16  “Wilson’s Heart

Summary/highlights:  In an attempt to remember exactly what he saw that caused his initial concern and help definitively diagnosis her (Amber), House decides to undergo deep brain stimulation with Wilson’s urging. The crash caused such extensive anatomical and physiological trauma to Amber that she ended up suffering acute renal failure. This damage to her kidneys made them unable to adequately filter out the amantadine, causing her to overdose, and thus causing all her unexplained symptoms. Wilson suggests dialysis as a treatment, however House tells him during the memory of the moments leading up to the bus crash that when unfiltered, amantadine binds to proteins in the kidneys, and therefore dialysis is unable to clear it from the blood, and ultimately there is no treatment for Amber. House and Wilson begin to cry, and House goes into a seizure while still connected to the Deep Brain Stimulation equipment. The seizure causes the equipment to shift, thus causing House’s brain to bleed, leading to him falling into a coma. An unconscious House has a vision of Amber who persuades him not to give up on life and die, telling him that he “can’t always get what he wants”. Wilson returns home and finds the note Amber left him in their bedroom saying she went to pick up House and would return home soon, causing him to breakdown in tears.

S5E01  “Dying Changes Everything

Highlights:  House then enters Wilson’s office and offers an apology in a final attempt to make him stay. Wilson tells House that he does not blame him for Amber’s death, as much as he wanted to, and tried hard to. However, when House starts to assume that everything is fine, Wilson tells House that Amber was never the real reason why he was leaving. Wilson says that he has realized that House is rude and malicious to everybody he knows, including him, and throughout their entire friendship, he’s been enabling his behavior. Wilson claims that as long as the two remain friends, he will always continue this negative atmosphere. He then begins to say that he should have been on the bus that crashed, but then pauses and says that House should have been on it alone. “We’re not friends any more, House; I’m not sure we ever were,” Wilson says as he leaves his office and leaves House in the room alone.

(cont. Wilson: I don’t blame you. I wanted to-)

S5E23  “Under My Skin

Summary: […] House must solve this daunting puzzle, even while going to extreme measures to rid himself of his continuing hallucinations of Amber.  House confides in Wilson about his problem, and they create a list of potential diagnoses, ranging from MS to schizophrenia. While House tests for and eliminates diagnosis after diagnosis, Wilson consults on House’s case, serving as a monitor to make sure House does nothing that goes beyond “House-radical” to “House-out-of-his-head-radical”. Meanwhile, House eliminates all possible diagnoses but severe mental illness and Vicodin addiction—both prognoses bleak, as House would be unable to practice medicine if taking anti-psychotics, or if in continuous pain after detox. In desperation, House gives himself insulin shock as an alternative to anti-psych drugs or ECT. After recovering from the insulin-induced coma, House finds himself free of his hallucination and eagerly returns to the diagnosis of his patient. Returning to the case, House finds Penelope’s boyfriend’s devotion suspicious, and believing it to be guilt-induced, tells his team to test him for gonorrhea. The test returns positive, but it becomes evident that the boyfriend was shocked by this, and that Penelope had been cheating on him, not the other way around. As House realizes that he reached the correct conclusion by accident rather than through accurate observation, he once again starts to have hallucinations of Amber.This leaves House’s Vicodin addiction as the final diagnosis for his hallucinations. Rather than go to a clinic or check into the hospital under a pseudonym, House reveals his situation to Cuddy and asks her to personally help him. Cuddy spends the night at House’s home, destroying any caches of Vicodin and monitoring him as he detoxes, with Amber eventually disappearing. The episode ends with House and Cuddy kissing passionately and disrobing.

S5E24  “Both Sides Now

I’d rec reading the summary, i know it’s long but it’ll make you realise how similar to TLD the ep is. And if i’d have to rec you one episode of house to watch from this list, it’d be this one. 

Summary:  House wakes up at his apartment after spending the night with Cuddy. He discovers that she has left her lipstick on his bathroom counter, as well as on his cheek. House pockets the lipstick, and goes to work in a cheerful mood and a remarkable lack of pain.  Meanwhile, Cuddy tells House that their relationship must be that of employer and employee. House tells Wilson that he kicked his drug habit and had sex with Cuddy; Wilson advises that he talk to her, advice which House ignores. Instead he begins a campaign to annoy and provoke her, an attempt to break through her composure. In a final attempt to provoke Cuddy into examining her true feelings for him, House announces to everyone in the main lobby of the hospital that he had sexual relations with Cuddy. Cuddy responds by confronting him in a hallway, and then firing him after he suggests that they move in together. Cuddy storms off but before House can do anything else. House then goes to talk to Cuddy in her office, and asks her if she could possibly be overreacting to the previous night. She finally admits that maybe she is, since he’s “said plenty of lousy things to [her] before.” House seems confused, as he assumed that she was overreacting to her and House having sex and what it could mean to their employer-employee relationship.  But he realizes that Cuddy’s reactions all day have been consistent, and in fact it is his own memory of the situation that is faulty. He turns his attention to the lipstick Cuddy let at his apartment, which he has been playing with all day, and is troubled that Cuddy’s coffee cup shows no lipstick smears; his memory of the prior evening included smears of lipstick on his face from kissing Cuddy, so he expects her lipstick is the sort that smears. He asks Cuddy whether she has another type of lipstick, one with a “sealing agent”, that might explain the discrepancy between his memory of the smeared kiss and the reality that now confronts him of the unsmeared coffee cup. House then has a flashback to the night (from the episode “Under My Skin”) before when he thought he told Cuddy that he needed her help with his addiction. He suddenly sees the reality of what has happened: he never told Cuddy he was having hallucinations that night. His final words of the evening were: “you can go suckle the little bastard child if that makes you feel good about yourself.” Upset by this remark, she left the office and went home, never accompanying him to his apartment.House snaps back to reality and tries to explain to Cuddy that that’s not what actually happened, saying “I told you I needed you, and you helped me.” He reaches into his pocket to remove the lipstick, but, to his shock, he discovers that it is actually a bottle of Oxycodone which states ‘not to exceed’. He drops the bottle on the floor and gingerly backs away from it. Cuddy, now realizing House is not joking, rushes to him and asks if he is okay. He doesn’t respond, but then has another flashback, and realizes what happened. The whole previous night was a complete hallucination, beginning from him telling Cuddy that he needed her to help him detox and her accompanying him home. His memory of Cuddy staying by his side at his apartment was not real, and, in fact, he spent the night popping pills by himself. Hallucinations of Amber and Kutner then appear and tell House that while the story he invented about himself is nice, it’s not true. House finally looks at Cuddy and is able to fearfully tell her that he is not okay.

S6E2  “Broken

Highlights:  House awakens in the Mayfield Psychiatric Hospital after suffering through the painful effects of Vicodin withdrawal. Dr. Nolan tells House he cannot possibly treat someone so uncooperative. As Nolan leaves, however, House softly calls him back and says, “I need help.” He begins therapy with Nolan and House says, “I want to get better.” House apologizes to Steve, and as he wheels him away, Steve breaks his silence and gives the silent Annie the music box he was holding. For the first time, she speaks to say 'thank you’. Lydia arrives and House takes her in to see the group watching her sister-in-law playing “Bach’s Cello Suite No. 1” on the cello.

Ah, I’ve forgotten to add this. It’s from the beginning of season six. House finds out that Lisa didn’t break up with her bf. = Sherlock didn’t ‘’break up’’ with the woman. Parallels the 221B scene in TLD.

(House: they didnt break up. Wilson: and youre ok with that? House: it is what it is)

So @fictograph asked for book recs so here’s a LIST. With LINKS: 

Adult SFF


YA Contemporary 

Things I Tend to Rec Less in lists simply because my mere existence is a recommendation to read them:

† Adult/YA crossover 
** standalone 

Meet Cloudcharm, aka Cirrus!

Cirrus is a 5 year old Haflinger mare, and the newest addition to Z’s family. This golden beauty is spunky, and full of sass. She can be hard to control sometimes, but when she’s behaving, she’s almost a push-button ride. The other horses soon learned not to judge her by her size - she’s small, but she pack quite a punch!

Despite being a sturdy horse fit more for the winter, Cirrus enjoys the bustle of life in New Hillcrest above any other place in Jorvik. 

Myshka (Bard the Bowman x Reader one shot)

Title: Myshka

Rating: PG

Word Count: 6537 ( I know, I  know, it’s a long one!)

Notes/Summary:  So I had a request over on deviantart to write a one shot about Bard the Bowman rescuing the reader form the lake, and it turned into this.  I also realised it kind of fits in with this imagine over at imaginexhobbit and they are always looking for more Bard.  So here we go!

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Gintama- On the Outside Looking In

Sometimes I look at Gintama stuff and have serious thoughts about watching it. But then I’m stuck with this dilemma…

On the one hand, it looks like a super awesome samurai action show full of epic battle scenes and drama, with super amazing animation and Wow…!

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But on the other hand…it looks like a wacky parody show written by some person high on 50 different kinds of crack…!!

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I guess the conclusion is….it’s all of the above!???!!!


How do you write original fiction when you can’t stop writing fan fiction? Here’s what I think.

So you write fan fiction but you’ve always wanted to try some original fiction? Or maybe you started with original fiction but lately you’ve been wrapped up in fan fics (reading or writing)? How do you ever get over the tug of the fic world and write your original ideas? 

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“Why do you hate me?” (Ashton)

requested: yes

pairing: reader&Ashton

warnings: swearing and smut

word count: 4,017

summary: For an unknown reason to you, Ashton seems to just hate everything about you. And you could probably say the same thing about him. Until one day when you decide to finally get the truth out of him and then things take a really unexpected turn, leading to some of Ashton’s most well hidden secrets.

if you’ve been following me for a long time, you know i am the worst at summaries lol

Art class has always been one of your favorites. You like painting and drawing, it’s one of your biggest passions. Although, since the beginning of high school, it hasn’t been at the top of your list of favorite things to attend. There is only one person that can actually take away the passion you have for art from you, and that is none other than Ashton Irwin. You two have never liked each other. Thinking about it, you don’t really have a clue why, he just always throws you these dirty looks and rude remarks every time he gets the chance, so to say he doesn’t like you is pretty obvious.

You share only one class together and it so happens that the teacher seated you two next to each other. And lucky you, it’s art class, one of the only ones you actually enjoy attending. But ever since you had to share a seat next to Ashton, all of the fun in art kind of faded away. He never does anything the teacher asks him to, never even touches a pencil or a brush. He is a really weird kid, going against the rules probably thinking he’s cool, but he really isn’t. He is going to fail at something as easy as art, only because he’s being stubborn.

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Frozen AUThe Past That Never Happened and the Future They Didn’t Have

This is the story of Queen Elsa of Arrendale and Prince Hans of the Southern Isles. Like any romance, they fall in love, and go through their own trials and tribulations together. Maybe they even had a happily ever after.


Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared Theory (Episode 6)

(Just to say that if you haven’t seen this YouTube series it is very clever but also EXTREMELY disturbing in terms of gore/psychological horror/unreality and so do not watch unless you are okay with that)

What I take from it is that Yellow Guy represents children/childhood/innocence/vulnerability.

Red Guy represents teenagers/the next generation up.

Duck Guy represents the elderly or the oldest generation.

Roy represents the age group which holds the most power (so around middle age).

I think the series is about the mixed messages we give our children growing up and how in trying to recreate our own childhoods and repeating the messages we were once taught, we inadvertently harm them because we don’t move forwards.

In my theory, Roy was once in the position of Yellow Guy who is his son. If we see him as a father he can be both a bad and a ‘good’ character. He seems sinister to us because he has control over the characters and seems to be lurking/judging/observing them. But if we see him as both a father (who believes he is bringing his child up the correct way, the way he was brought up, such as following the ‘correct’ religion), and a metaphor for society/media/the views of the people in charge, it makes more sense.

If we look at Episode 6, Duck Guy is absent (except in holographic form), which I think is because as the older generation he is now dead. This marks a step up for everyone. With his death the generations change slightly and the balance of power shifts. The Red Guy, who was a bit of a moody teenager, escaped the DHMIS world as he became aware of the influence of media/society/the contradictions in what he was being taught. His leaving the fake world represented his escape from childhood and his appearance in the ‘real’ world shows us the (all too relatable) disillusionment he feels now he has grown up. The lessons he was taught are either irrelevant/unhelpful/or just plain inaccurate. (We see a photograph of him graduating in the Yellow Guy’s photo album which seems to confirm him as a young adult just stepping out of the world of childhood.)

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It’s time for the weekly mega-post with my feelings about Yuri on Ice, and this time it’s the turn of Episode 4!

Which is Kubo’s favorite, apparently. Will it also be my favorite? Let’s see! Now with extra juicy theories!

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Review: he will have power the dark lord knows not

Fandom: Harry Potter
Author: ink-splotch/dirgewithoutmusic
Post Date: 29/12/2015
Prompt: "What if Harry Potter, the chosen one, had turned out to be a squib, how do you think history would have turned out differently?“

Click here for the fic on tumblr or here for AO3

I read this fic on Tumblr when it came across my dash a few weeks ago, and I was absolutely enthralled. When I reblogged it I tagged it as “best Harry Potter fic I’ve read this year”, although I now have to revise that, because I’ve read ink-splotch’s other stuff :)

ink-splotch has a style of writing that I’ve never encountered anywhere in fanfic before; their stories read less like stories and more like tales. You can imagine sitting by the (common room) fire while a wise, respected storyteller takes you back across the years to events that happened long ago.

he will have power the dark lord knows not deftly weaves the tale of Harry Potter’s time at Hogwarts as it would have been if Harry had been born a Squib. What if the Boy Who Lived, one of the most famous wizards of all time, had had no magic of his own? It’s the story we know and love, but at the same time, very, very different. 

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I Don't Know Where I'm Going (But I Know It's Gonna Be a Long Time)

Summary: The Game was all anyone could ever talk about during this time of year. Even though Jemma thinks there are plenty of other things to talk about, she still she can’t help but overhear some of what is being said. Rumors are spreading like wildfire. Talk of the challenges. Talk of the prize money. It makes Jemma’s head spin to think about. (high school AU)

Chapter one is here!

I Don't Know Where I'm Going (But I Know It's Gonna Be a Long Time)

Summary: The Game was all anyone could ever talk about during this time of year. Even though Jemma thinks there are plenty of other things to talk about, she still she can’t help but overhear some of what is being said. Rumors are spreading like wildfire. Talk of the challenges. Talk of the prize money. It makes Jemma’s head spin to think about. (high school AU)

Chapter One    ff.net| AO3   Chapter Two   ff.net|AO3                                 Chapter Three ff.net|AO3    Chapter Four ff,net|AO3     Chapter Five ff.net|AO3          Chapter Six ff.net|AO3         Chapter Seven ff.net|AO3