loving the moustache


“Who are you? Sarge, there’s some French gent at the door.”


During Jack and Shitty’s first year, there were a couple of drunken making out sessions. As in Shitty was drunk and once in a while, surprised kissed Jack to be sure- reeeaaaaaally sure he wasn’t a little bit queer. Because if you’re not gay for Jack Zimmermann, you’re not gay at all. 

(Jack came back from that year with amazing reflexes and a love/hate relationship for moustached kisses.)

had to take a quick break from commissions/requests to sketch out a rough design for a new d&d character for a campaign my friend is dm’ing for his birthday! he suggested the concept to me because i am, in fact, a bird person (a pigeon whisperer) so this dude is a weird kind of odin. can you tell i kind of based his design off the vagabond, lol

“Poirot understands the frailty of people, their passions, their hopes and their dreams. It’s a characteristic which I think is recognized and admired by viewers the world over.”
- David Suchet, Being Poirot documentary 


Kenneth Branagh explains Poirot’s moustache in Murder on the Orient Express

“I spent months getting that moustache right, that massive piece of face furniture.”
Q: “Was it real?”
“I can’t tell you or I’d have to kill you. *smiles* It wasn’t real. It wasn’t real, I did try growing one but Agatha Christie says that Poirot has the most magnificent moustaches in England. So, we created this kind of double-layer twirly moustaches which in itself took so much taking care of, that we got really well ahead of the game with that one, same with the accent.”


“It is the brain, the little grey cells on which one must rely. One must seek the truth within – not without.” - Hercule Poirot

“Aw,” he croons into Dorian’s hair, “listen to you, all happy. Damn. How’d I get so lucky, huh? Pretty little Vint in my bed, kissing me awake.”

“Can I kiss you again?”

“Hell yeah, you can.”

@pieceofkaffas, because woah did I love your beautiful piece of writing that is “Lucky”.