malin residence

He’s a brave boy

Marinette: You don’t have to watch it Malin.

Malin: Marinette, I am the summoner of the dead. They come and answer all my whims-

Marinette: Don’t they not listen to you half the time?

Malin: Shush. Anyway. I work with creepy stuff all the time. I can handle a measly horror game. If anything, I’ll be here and ready when you’re scared.

Marinette: …Yeah, probably not going to happen. 

Malin: Play it! Play it!”

Marinette: Ok, ok. 

*gets horror game going, first horrific and intense jumpscare pops up*


Originally posted by jupiter2

anonymous asked:

What do you think are the key differences between a boudoir and a bachelor pad? I am writing about John Lautner, and bachelor pads by extension

A boudoir is a woman’s private sitting room or salon in a furnished accommodation usually between the dining room and the bedroom, but can also refer to a woman’s private bedroom. The man’s equivalent is the cabinet. Both exist in a dwelling where a woman and a man are married and living together. 

The bachelor pad was at its height the symbol of the 1960s cosmopolitan male, and in that respect Hollywood still uses some of John Lautner’s designs as the ultimate bachelor pad in movies. In this case the man is single and I guess lives a life of class and luxury. 

Here are some of John Lautner’s best known designs:

Goldstein House

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