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just popping in with a friendly reminder that

“(Having a friend) means you have someone who accepts you for you.

I learned that from Moana” 

is an honest to god direct canon quote from Maui in one of the Disney Storybooks

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@pocpotterweekmarch 23rd: favorite ship

“Then she was kissing him as she had never kissed him before…and it was blissful oblivion, better than firewhisky; she was the only real thing in the world.”

Why ?

Why the hell do you tag a post that’s about you liking a singer with every custom content tag for the sims. I try to let the gameplay posts tagged improperly go, but this is just taking it to a whole new level.,.,

Originally posted by kehlani-updates

the update broke the sim teleporter

IM ABT TO START SWINGING I UPDATED MY GAME AND WENT TO TAKE SCREENSHOTS AND BOTH MC COMMAND CENTER aND THE TELEPORTER ARE BROKEN

anonymous asked:

i just noticed recently in chpt 3 that when yang was watching tv there's a shot of her looking at a stack of books.. i never gave it a second thought but now i realized that she was thinking about blake

More of that not-so-subtle subtext. Like Sun being angled in perfect shot as he stares at Yang and Blake holding hands at the end of V3

anonymous asked:

Hey Trista! Would you mind just briefly (and if you have time!) talking about your self publishing process? How did you go about it and how did you find the experience?

I worked with CreateSpace, had independent artists design the covers for my books, did a lot of Googling and looking at poetry books I own to get a feel for the interior formatting, and I’ve had a pretty positive experience. CreateSpace is super straightforward and almost any question you can have, someone’s already asked and had answered in the forums. Kindle formatting can be a little tricky if you have images in your books, but the print version is so super easy. CS is also owned by Amazon which I realize is a downside if you’re trying to be conscious about supporting small indie stores/etc instead of huge companies but it’s also the easiest way to get your book out to a lot of people for cheap. Costs you nothing upfront, so there’s no needing to buy in bulk and sell yourself. They ship almost everywhere. You also do have the option of buying your books for cheap in bulk and selling them yourself and you’ll see double the profit for this but it is way more time consuming and you should have a business license depending on your state, etc. If you come off anon, I can answer more specific questions you have about the process. 

Oh dang I completely forgot to mention my favorite part of medievalpocs cocaine mummy post which is that if you look at the books they cite one of them was written by some Mormons trying to prop up their racist theology that Native Americans are degenerated descendants of ancient Israelite colonists and the others like actually fucking contradict the point mpoc was trying to make lmfaoo what a terrible fake-historian 😂

  • Iemitsu: Tsuna, you need to do something about your Cloud guardian.
  • Tsuna: *raises one eyebrow without looking up from his book* Uh-uh.
  • Iemitsu: He destroyed over half of the East Wing at CEDEF headquarters! Over $3 million worth of damages.
  • Tsuna: *still not looking up from his book* Sounds like a 'you' sort of problem.

marathonmelissa  asked:

I need some beachy book recommendations if you could please! I'm going to Mexico next month and will be spending time at the beach. I want a couple of fiction books that would be good for the beach. Any suggestions? Thanks lady!!

Hey! I’m jealous! That sounds wonderful!! I always stress a little bit about recommending books because everyone has different tastes, but I cannot more highly recommend The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas.  It’s totally an addictive read, but also will really make you think!  Something cute and light I recently read was The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion. I will always recommend any Fredrick Backman book!  The Trespasser by Tana French and The Wolf Road by Beth Lewis were good, recent thrillers. I’ve only recently discovered Neil Gaiman and have enjoyed his writing so far. @sunisonmyside recently recommended The Unseen World by Liz Moore and that one was great!  SOOOO many great choices out there! :)

You can always look at the “read” books on my Goodreads, too! :)  Enjoy your trip, friend!!!! :)