mean queen

@lurkingcrow replied to your post “*sighs* I love Rogue One so much. I’m just so proud of my rebels, and…”

Oooh, does this mean we get a RO recap eventually ��������

Hell yes! Someday. I’m actually not sure which movie I’m gonna tackle on Snark Wars once I finally get through Episode 4, but Rogue One absolutely has many of the essential Star Wars ingredients I require. I would LOVE to recap Vader’s Lava Castle. I mean, I’m about 80% sure Lucasfilm put it in there JUST so I would write about someday anyways. ;) 

anonymous asked:

MUD ON YOUR FACE YA BIG DISGRACE!

Dorcas and James: KICKIN’ YOUR CAN ALL OVER THE PLACE SINGING’ WE WILL, WE WILL, ROCK YOU!
Regulus: Why would you put mud on your face? You guys aren’t disgraces either…
Dorcas: Do you not know about Queen?
Regulus: You mean the Queen of England?
Dorcas: You have so much to learn about muggle culture
Regulus: Normally I would object but since it’s you it’s okay
Remus *in the background*: *whispers* Ship

I just love the myth of Persephone, i mean the real, original version of it, because it’s not like she got kidnapped, no, this bitch was la-de-da-ing in a meadow and she just happened to find an entrance to the Underworld and she was like “Imma check this out”. And she just wanders into the Underworld and discovers that hey this place ain’t too bad.

Meanwhile Hades is in the background “????? UM??? PRETTY GIRL??? WHY ARE YOU HERE?????? YOU AREN’T DEAD???” 

And Persephone (who was originally called Kore just a little fyi) just looked at him and said “I like it here. I’m staying.”

And Hades kinda just went with it, until Demeter started throwing the temper tantrum of the millenium upstairs and Zeus had to intervene because this shit was getting out of hand and its actually his job to be admistrator of justice. Which considering the shit he gets up to is kinda histerical but that’s another story there. 

And basically Persephone wasn’t a prisoner or kidnap victim at all she just really loved the Underworld and her (eventual) husband, and the Greeks feared her arguably more than her husband because Hades could be reasoned with but Persephone was the one laying the smack down on sinners, and really, who wouldn’t be at least a little scared of someone who’s name means something along the lines of “the destroyer”

Basically, Persephone is amazing and everbody needs to get on her level

i can’t stop thinking about what kind of criers dan and phil would be. i feel like dan’s crying would be a slow build up. his eyes just get watery at first, and he tries so hard to keep it in, but eventually the tears start cascading down his cheeks. he’d get a runny nose and his forehead would crease out of frustration because he hates crying, but he does it all the time. when his crying hits its peak, he’d be a blubbering mess, wiping furiously at his tears and constantly blowing his nose. he doesn’t like to be comforted while he’s crying, but when he’s finished and all that’s left is tear stained cheeks, he’d cling to the closest thing, preferably another person that would play with his hair, rub his back, and comfort him quietly.

phil on the other hand is a quiet crier. it happens really suddenly because he’s not afraid to be emotional and soft. his tears build up and he doesn’t try to hold them back. his eyes get red and puffy, and he tries to wipe away the tears quickly with his sleeve. he gets sniffly, but hides it by taking deep breaths through his mouth. his eyes are glossy and doe-like when his crying reaches the climax. he likes to be held the whole way through, even if it’s just someone holding his hand or resting a hand on his knee. physical contact calms him down and helps him feel more real. his favorite thing is when people rub their fingers up and down his arm, it nearly lulls him to sleep, but it distracts him from whatever it is he’s crying about.