Listen. I firmly believe the Falconers play “the floor is lava”
After every practice, Georgia groups everyone up for announcements, and at the end she says calmly: “the floor is lava” and twenty grown men are clamoring to the nearest climbable object, shoving each other and kicking.
In a small gas station during a long roadie, someone from somewhere in the store shouts “the floor is lava!” and ten seconds later there’s two shelves down and Jack is apologizing to a tired manager while sitting on the cashier counter, not touching the floor
During lunch in the dining area, Jack sits with Tater, Snowy, Marty, Thirdy, Guy, and Poots. They’re talking idly and quietly, guy says “so, you hear about the floor?” Jack and Marty groan, Tater grins, Poots braces for it. “it’s apparently lava” guy finishes.
There’s food knocked to the floor as Guy just continues eating his lunch like nothing.
They’ve broken two chairs, a coffee table, Jacks wrist, and a lamp.
12x10 - “Pterodactyl Screeching into the void” - Part 1
My title is borrowed
from @postmodernmulticoloredcloak comment on my crazy blogging after first
watching this episode earlier. I feel like it is a fitting title for how this
episode made me feel. To clarify, these are very very happy pterodactyls.
Steve Yokey wrote this
episode and he appears to have well and truly taken up the gap left when Robbie
Thompson sadly left the show. In fact this episode to me channels the ghost of
Robbie in many different ways. From the fanfiction-esque moments of poor
suffering third wheel Sam, to the meta nod to Charlie Bradbury, there
is much of Robbie to be found here. Basically, it was bloody perfect.
I feel like there is so
much to talk about in this episode that fandom will be chewing on it for months
if not years to come. Yokey has picked up the characterisations brilliantly,
and seems to have an understanding of what the fandom desperately craves in
terms of Castiel, his character, his personality and his development. I adored
his sass in this episode. Some other writers *cough*bucklemming*cough* struggle
to really capture Castiel’s sass and humour. Showing their lack of
understanding of Castiel’s persona and his intelligence and instead writing him
in a way that is jarring and sometimes basically stupid. Castiel is far from
stupid. In this episode he was written perfectly, in a way I haven’t seen since
Edlund’s time. Is that a sweeping statement? Maybe. But I’m still riding my
high so let me have it this time.
This episode gave us
three of my favourite things. Badass and Sassy Castiel, Overprotective grumpy
husband Dean, and poor long suffering brother Sam. (baring in mind this is how
they are usually written in fanfiction nowadays this is exactly my jam and I am
so so happy to see it play out on screen. Seriously who sold their soul to
Crowley for this episode?)
This review will also be
in two parts. Because I have so freaking much to say about it.
The first part will
focus on destiel, the second on everything else including Castiel’s emotional
arc (as separate from destiel), his relationships with angels, angels and
gender and Lily Sunder’s character.
FROM THE OFFICIAL SITE: The bubble tea sleeping pack makes skin moisturized and elastic during the night with its compound of black tea gel and moisture capsule bubbles.
Green Tea- Clean and Clear Skin (Sebum control, pores)
MY SKIN TYPE: NORMAL/OILY
1. Using the spatula, dispense gel and 1-2 bubbles onto the palm.
2. Gently rupture the bubbles with the spatula onto the palm and rub with the fingers to mix the bubbles and pack.
3. Evenly apply on skin in a massaging motion to promote absorption into skin.
4. Leave it on overnight, and then wash off with lukewarm water the next morning.
Tips! Use only gel depending on the condition of skin. For better moisturizing effect, mix the gel with 1-2 bubbles
From me: A little goes a long way, so I would defiantly stick to ONE bubble each time you apply. One bubble is more than enough for your entire face, and honestly with how easily the gel spreads if you used anymore than that you’d run out too quick and be left with just a ton of gel.
First Impressions: The packaging is A LOT smaller than I thought it was going to be? It’s adorable af, but it kind of looses it’s bubble-tea cup shape because the bottle is weirdly long shaped… would have been nicer if it was a bit wider than long… but hey, I’m not a designer here. Otherwise it’s cute as hell and it looks nice sitting wherever you store it. You’ll feel good using it because the color of the product is pretty as well. It has a better than average smell but it’s very very faint/non-existent unless you put your nose to it.
It’s also important to note that it is a screw on/off lid and does come with a white plastic… thing… with a tab in between the product and the big lid.
Overall thoughts:This pack ISN’T STICKY, ISN’T GREASY, AND ACTUALLY DRY making it a breeze to sleep with them on unlike others. Just be careful not to rub the product into your eyes because I did my mistake (it dried on my face, forgot I had it on, touched my face and then rubbed my eye) and my eye itched for the next 30 minutes.
I’m going to officially say this product has no smell, but if you stick your nose to it it has that that smell of a high quality cream? It’s hard to explain and while 13 USD might be pricey for me for a thing Etude House is definitely a Korean DRUG STORE Brand so that’s nice?
It doesn’t REALLY do as it claims (sebum control, pore cleansing, etc) but instead it does pretty much EVERYTHING a little bit better than average? So in other words, it says it’s a sebum controlling/pore bettering sleeping pack. Is it an AMAZING sebum control pack? No! But does it control my sebum good enough for a 13 USD product, while BRIGHTENING my face, while PLUMPING my face, while giving my face a super GLOW after I wash it off, while minimizing discoloration/dark spots/blackheads? YES. And you can SEE results from all 5-6 things I listed that it does do AT THE SAME TIME. And honestly I love it so much more than if it left my face dry and sebum-controlled while looking blotchy as hell and I’m telling you, you do/would as well (:p!!)
tldr: it’s a sleeping pack that claims that it’s a sebum control/pore fixing type but in reality does that + brightens, + plumps, +adds glow, +minimizes dark spots/black heads/etc
Con:unlike the strawberry type, NO BURNING, ITCHING, OR IRRITATION FROM THIS TYPE!! :))))!!
Overall rating: 10/10
Would buy again: I Yes, but it’s so dang expensive!! I’m also not sure how long it keeps and I do like to try out new things so maybe? It’s not a staple in my collection of beauty products but it sure as hell WORKS (also I’m a cheap b!tch so).
06.07.17 | 19/100 hello! Aw man I haven’t been active in ages :(( Here’s my spread for June (which I was really not planning to make initially until I realized my life was out of sorts).
I don’t think I’ll make weeklies for June. I’ll just use it to track my study habits. I’m also liking the space theme and the brown paper trend I’ve got going. (Doodles were found on google images!)
important: pls MESSAGE me if you have any tips/tricks/shortcuts for solving math, chem, physics, or any other kind of problem (specifically for TESTS)!! THIS WOULD TOTALLY BE SUPER APPRECIATED! Plsplspls message me even if you think it’s a commonly known trick! thank you loads <3
me, sinking into the viscous pool of purple prose like a spoon dipped into honey, like a tear falling into a puddle, swimming through it like some nightmare fish of the deep who knows nothing except that it is darkness and mystery and strangeness and that it belongs here in the depths of the blue and violet sea, safe from the endless lapping waves above and the sunlight that sparks and flares on their tips, lighting the azure ocean into an endless expanse of jewels:
“Pure Heroine documented feelings of teenage ennui in a way that was both self-reflective and universal; Melodrama takes a similar approach to the early years of adulthood - following a narrative that could almost be one night at a house party - in all its gory detail.
Fuelled by a black humour that’s almost become her trademark, there’s heartbreak and ecstasy, desire, fear, uncertainty, acting on impulse, making mistakes and (maybe) learning from them. And those are tunes we can definitely dance to."
12x10 - Pterodactyl Screeching into the Void - Part 2
This is the second part
of my episode review for 12x10 “Lily Sunder has some Regrets”. The first part
mainly focusses on Destiel and its HUGE role in the episode. You can go check
that out first if you likehere.
This part of my review
is to talk about some of the other very interesting themes in the episode now
that I have screeched about Destiel to my heart’s content and will try to be a
more rational person (disclaimer: its not gonna work)
To be honest it is
practically impossible for me to talk about this episode without at least
referencing Destiel as the very principle theme of the episode is about angels
and their interactions with humans in different ways specifically where love is involved. But whether you see Dean
and Cas’s love for one another as romantic or platonic the one thing that
absolutely cannot be argued away after this episode is that the love between
them well and truly does exist in
canon. Therefore sorry Jensen but you seem to be confusing Supernatural with
another show when you make rash and ill-conceived statements at conventions to
appease hateful non-fans. Ahem. Anyway, Moving on…
The starting scene of
the episode introduces us to Benjamin. In a bar decorated with vintage video
game memorabilia the angel is obsessively playing a game that just makes me
think of Charlie. :( Though tbh the symbolism behind an angel controlling an
monster to destroy a city is certainly not lost on me and takes my mind right
back to the apocalypse where the angels were the ‘monsters’ who wanted to kick
start the apocalypse that would literally bring cities to the ground. So yeah,
that was an interesting choice of video game basically.
The fact that Benjamin
has been here every night obsessively playing this game gives us another
interesting insight into angels. One that is explored quite thoroughly in this
episode: They have an obsessive nature when it comes to human things.
This opening sequence
therefore shows us the most harmless version of this. Benjamin has got himself
hooked on video games. (kinda reminds me of Cas taking up Riverboat Gambling. I
wonder if Cas ever still sneaks off when the Winchesters are on hunts to feed
his gambling addiction? I know it hasn’t been mentioned since but it is
certainly within the realms of canon possibility that Cas has an addictive
personality, and now after this episode that has been applied to more angels
than just Cas.)
I’m now thinking of
Endverse!Cas and my heart is breaking because of course Castiel has an addictive personality. Oh and lets not
forget 11x04 – 11x06 and Cas’s newfound obsession with Netflix. Human things are shown to be dangerous to
angels. Ishim says this himself
later in the episode:
“You know why we’re meant to stay away from
humans? It’s not because we’re a danger to them, they’re are a danger to us.”
The thing is, as much of
a dick as Ishim was, he’s not wrong. Humans are a danger to angels because angels are not built to really
understand human things and emotions. Benjamin’s obsessive gaming is just the
start. He may be best case scenario, but Ishim is worst case scenario. An angel
who becomes completely enthralled by a human and claims to have ‘fallen in
love’ with her – though in Isham’s case it is doubtful he even understands the
concept of love. Lily becomes Isham’s obsession. To the point that he terrifies
her into calling on another angel to protect her from him.
“you were obsessed!” she cries.
“I was in love with you” he argues. But Ishim couldn’t have been in
love with her, because as Dean (aka poster boy for humanity) shows us later on,
love isn’t about causing your lover pain, it’s about being willing to risk
yourself to save them from any further harm.
This is one of the very
major points of the episode. Because Angels are not accustomed to deal with
Human things, for an angel, love itself becomes the killer. Condemning both the
angel and the object of the angel’s affection to a life of pain, tragedy and
death. To bring this back to Dean and Cas, it can very easily be argued that
much of what has happened to Castiel, and by association Dean, is because of
Castiel’s ‘unrequited’ love for Dean. Thinking back over their long tragic
history, if you remove that deep love that Castiel has felt for Dean since the
beginning where would we be now? Would we have had the leviathans? Would the
angels have the angel tablet? The angels probably wouldn’t have fallen, and
much of Castiel’s guilt that came from that wouldn’t have happened. On the
other hand if we had had canon destiel
since the end of season 5, it can also be argued that much of what Dean and Cas
and also Sam went through in seasons 6 and 7 wouldn’t have happened because
they would have found another way to stop Raphael together. But this is all
just speculation after all.
This episode does seem
to imply that when the angels love is requited, things don’t go quite so
terribly. Whatever kind of love it was that was shared between Lily and Akobel,
it worked. He cared for her and gave his life protecting her. Not so much an
obsession as a mutual respect and understanding. Then there is Benjamin and his
vessel. Not an obsession but a shared trust and care for each other. A devotion that kept them both safe for
So basically, we can
conclude that when an angel has a supportive human by their side to help them
through any potentially “obsessive” compulsions, it works out okay for both
parties. If the angel is shunned and left to its own completely inhuman
devices, it turns cold and monstrous. Gosh now this is making me think of that
destiel comic where Cas becomes an actual ‘weeping angel’ from Doctor Who. Cold
and monstrous indeed.
This is my random thoughts of the first part of “Requiem”. (Because Karai was there and last part was too hard for me to talk now.)
You know I’m Karai, Leorai fan. I wanted to talk about them in that part. (And I’m not native speaker, sorry for my odd English)
So finally Stockman finished making perfect mutagen and Shredder took in that.
The new mutagen made Shredder emotionless so that he could kill even Karai.I don’t want to say that, but he loved Karai in his way, and he decided to cut it for good to defeat Splinter… Now he became a heartless killer machine.
While it was happening, Splinter told Leo that “heart” was important for the leader.
It was an interesting comparison.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Review (SPOILERS INCLUDED)
Yesterday I went to the cinema and watched the fifth
movie of Disney’s Pirates
of the Caribbean. As I heard the subtitle Dead Men Tell No
Tales I was really exited - what a great title! And the trailer
was awesome and I wanted to watch this movie so badly, I have waited
ages for it to come out. So here is my review and again, this is just
my opinion on the movie (before you start: I’m really sorry if there
are any mistakes in this text, I’m just very tired and a mess :D).
The story itself was a good one. I liked the story
line but I think it was a little bit too much sometimes. Just finding
the trident to destroy Will’s the curse and getting rid of Salazar
at the same time would be enough. But there was a lot more going on
with the witch and the finding-my-fathers-legacy-thing with Carina
and later the wedding was just a little bit too much. What I don’t
get is why they involved the figurehead of the Silent Mary in
the fight scene of Jack and Salazar - I mean fighting against “just”
an undead Capitán is not easy at all. What I really liked is the
flashback to young Jack and how he trapped Salazar and his crew in
the Devil’s Triangle. In the end of the scene you could see how
Jack become the new captain and his crew gives him tributes; They
gave him some jewelry which he wears in his hair which was a pretty
cool idea to tell how Jack got them. Salazar told Barbossa in the end
of the scene why Jack’s surname is Sparrow which was another little
detail I reeeaally liked. You get to know Jack better and I liked
that a lot you have much more information.
The underwater scenes were
a cool idea but it took me a bit to find out where the water is, so
where the undead crew can be and where Carina, Jack and Henry could
stand - that was a little bit confused. The destroying of the trident
was very fast when you compare that scene to the On Stranger Tides
scene with the hole chalice-thing, it was very rushed. But the
underwater thing was really cool, the hole setting was awesome! I
expected more magic, you could see some but not that much as in the
last movie which made me a little bit sad. I nearly cried in the
end, as Barbossa jumped of the anchor and killed the human Salazar to
safe his daughter and her friends, that made me really sad.
reunion of Will and Elizabeth was very heart warming and as Jack said
the last sentence, I felt very happy and nearly cried again: “Now,
bring me that horizon!”
The jokes were funny, I laughed a lot. “Captain
Salamander” is going to be a running gag in my clique, I see it
coming :D. The donkey jokes were really cool too - the hole movie was
funny, the characters were just hilarious, the jokes were well
What I also don’t get is why they always change the
title in the countries. I watched it in Germany so the title is
Salazar’s Rache (engl. Salazar’s Revenge). Don’t
get me wrong the revenge-title still sounds cool (because Salazar
wants revenge) but you don’t really get the
Dead-Men-Tell-No-Tales-Part: Salazar only keeps one member of a ships
crew alive so he can tell the tale later - and this is the connection
with the title, so why change it?
The camera angles were really good! One of my faves
where Salazar was about to drown in the Devil’s Triangle and slowly
turned around; then he was facing the audience and opened his eyes -
The ship scenes were awesome, the camera went in the
bird’s-eye view over the ships and later along the ships. The shots
of Salazar and Jack fighting on top of the cannons were not bad
either, it was really intense with and you could feel the rising
action with it.
I was really disappointed that I didn’t heard the
music that much because I was focused on the screen; I bloody love
Hans Zimmer’s music and the Pirates of the Caribbean themes
are one of his best, I can play He’s a pirate, Jack Sparrow,
Davy Jones, Mermaids or Blackbeard all day long.
But I couldn’t experience his music that much in this movie. I’m
gonna look the music up later but in the cinema I barely had a
connection to it. Of course, I recognized the most used songs which
were placed perfectly but I think putting the music a little bit in
the foreground would have made it even better. But what I’ve heard
was awesome – great job Hans!
So then to the actors! I won’t gonna fangirl that
much so you are not going to read a hole essay about every actor in
the movie :D:
Johnny Depp: Captain Jack Sparrow.
The pirate. Well played, mate, well played. He was just excellent as
Captain Jack Sparrow as usual: funny, with good and bead ideas and
his love is the sea (and the Black Pearl).
Geoffrey Rush: Captain Hector Barbossa. The legend. I could die for his “Jaaaaaaack!” it’s just the best.
Barbossa is one of my fave characters/villains of all time, Geoffrey
is just an amazing actor and I was really sad as Barbossa died - but
he did it for his daughter.
Heroes always get remembered but you know legends never die.
Brenton Thwaites: Henry Turner. The son. He
was the one I was most exited about as a new character. Henry was a
great character he kept the story line running and interacted really
good with the other characters. Brenton, you did a great job, I liked
Henry a lot!
Kaya Scodelario: Carina Smyth/Barbossa. The
believer. Carina is always focused and believes in the book, her
father gave her. In the end her faith was the solution of the problem
and she also got to know who her father is. Kaya’s facial expressions
were very good - her hole acting was good, I really liked the way she
Javier Bardem: Captáin Armando Salazar. The
villain. Bad, cruel and very well played. He was scary and
interesting at the same time Javier did a very good job! He portrait
him way different than other villains and that made it good; seeing
someone playing a character likely Barbossa or Davy Jones wouldn’t be
that interesting, right? And every good story need an old fashion
villain – Salazar was a great one.
(Just found out that Paul McCartney was Uncle Jack -
I didn’t recognize him! But the role was very funny I liked that
they included another family member of Jack.)
To summarize the hole movie I just wanted to say
again that I really liked the movie, I can’t wait when the DVD is
out and I can do a hole Pirates of the Caribbean movie night with my
girls! There were parts I didn’t like and parts I loved but I think
every movie has that and everyone likes and dislikes parts of movies
;). I would highly recommend you to watch this movie (especially in
3D - it was just the best!) it is really good: You laugh, you cry,
you have a good time and it’s very exciting.
I’m not sure if I want another Pirates of the
Caribbean movie or not; I can’t decide. One part of me screams
“YEEEEEEES, OH MY GOD PLEASE DO ANOTHER ONE!!” and the other part
is like “Nah, that’s a good ending, let it be.” As we walked out
of the cinema my friend Tessa told me she was feeling the same about
it; but a hole new series with Henry Turner would be awesome which I
totally agree on. But as I said, I’m not sure and I’m not the one
deciding if they gonna do another movie; If they make one, I’m gonna
watch it, obviously :D!
I will always be a big fan of Pirates of the
Caribbean, the movies are one of my faves. I just wanna say
again, this is just my opinion on this movie so don’t be mad at me,