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anonymous asked:

it's crazy how much i care about your characters and how simblr can bring ppl together. keep doing what you're doing, your blog is amazing <3

omg asdjhfhjsdjh this is so sweeeeeet thank youuuu ;___; and i completely agree, i can’t believe this dumb blog and my dumb sims pictures have awarded me so many good friends and taught me so many things about writing and characterization, i am so grateful for this community <333

I am usually a very chill, extremely “ship and let ship” and “do whatever you like” kind of gal. But if you use “He is half of my soul, as the poets say” - or any variation thereof - in a shippy Alec edit and the ship is anything ELSE than Jalec, then you’re just absolutely, fundamentally WRONG. Like, we’re talking “not even remotely in the same galaxy” kind of wrong. And this is not an opinion, these are facts. Sorry I don’t make the rules.

anonymous asked:

hi, have you watched the full new yang nam show episode of bts? idk if it's still isn't subbed for english yet for a whole episode. I can only find like a couple clips subbed and a full thing raw.

i haven’t watched the whole thing yet, so far this (and bless her) is the only one I know that’s currently subbed, it’s only part 1 so far but it’s almost an hour show so i expect its gonna take some time till the whole thing is subbed ^^ also the gifs people have been making really help a lot too!

Idea: more fantasy heroines who don't look down on female-coded work

Sword-swinging mercenaries who admire the hell out of their sister-in-law’s delicate, painstaking embroidery. Mages who find their experience with running a household helps them organize and control their magic. Desperate rebels who know they are absolutely dependent on the women who cook and mend and care for the wounded.

I am so bored of heroines who sneer at ‘womanly’ things and complain of the uselessness of embroidery. Your average medieval kingdom wouldn’t last a week without people doing women’s work.

man but honestly few things fuck me up as much as when adam says in trb “i think you’ll find i do pretty much everything quiet”, because on one hand, as a massive introvert, i super relate– but on the other hand, when you think about the heartbreaking implications of that sentence, it’s like, fuck. fuck, of course you do

you laugh quietly because your dad is always angry, you cry quietly because the neighbors don’t care about your bruises; you’re quiet about your achievements because the kids from the trailer park don’t really care about your straight As, and you’re quiet in school because you’re ashamed of your accent; you think quietly because it makes it easier to pull apart your emotions and sort them into logical containers, and you love quietly because you don’t quite know how yet, and because in the dusty back roads of henrietta, virginia, a boy who loves girls and boys is not quite safe.

you brave, lonesome boy, of course you do everything quiet; how could it be otherwise? 

To all my overachievers who don’t get praise from parents and loved ones anymore because it’s just expected of you to do well: I’m proud that you passed that test, I’m happy you graduated with honors, I love that you try your hardest all the time.

I know sometimes the lack of support and encouragement from those whose opinions matter the most to you can be disheartening, but keep pushing through and being the amazing person you are.

The apartment smells like burnt cookies and cinnamon when Bitty walks in.

It’s dark except for the light above the oven and the Christmas tree lit up in the corner of the living room.

He drops his bag just inside the door and kicks off his shoes being careful to line them up next to Jack’s sneakers and Olivia’s tiny purple play shoes.

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Imagine Woozi secretly giving you a kiss on the forehead when you’re asleep.

“Chris doesn’t have that reputation because guys don’t go around calling other guys sluts” - Noora Sætre.

No one ever needs me as much as i need them

I just want for Lena and Maggie to be really close friends and complain ~not really~ with each other about their girlfriends. And for Lena and Alex to talk about gadgets and things that only they understand and in the background Maggie and Kara exchanging look like “they are too nerd for their own good but we love them anyway”. And I want double dates and Kara and Alex competing with each other over who can eat more potstickers and Maggie doing annoyed faces because she’s the one who would have to take care of Alex and then that same night Alex whizzing about how her stomachs hurts and Maggie complaining and saying repeatedly “i told you so” but actually she’s just really happy because she loves how Alex gets all clingy and she just loves to take care of her. And in the other side of the city Lena is just congratulating Kara for winning. If you know what I mean.

i wish i could do things right and i wish i had motivation to get up

Boy, was I wrong

I just had a long discussion with my parents about how basically and given Discworld book would be a better thing to read in school than Lord of The Flies.

Reason number one: all of the same lessons are taught.

In LoTF, the reader is supposed to learn about mob mentality, oppression, and general prejudice, yes? Thud! is a good example of all of this. You’ve got two different groups of people fighting because Reasons, and the main character coming to terms with his own subconscious racism. What a damn good thing to teach high schoolers!

Reason number two: none of them are nearly so depressing.

Correct me if I’m wrong, but I can not think of a single Terry Pratchett book that ends on a bad note. Not one. LoTF was painful for me to read, because all of the characters were making horrible, murderous decisions because… plot??? Boys will be boys?? The base instincts of humanity?? I am the author and everyone else sucks??? 

Reason number three: they are fun to read!

This kind of goes along with the last one, but the fact that Pratchett combines relatable characters and a good sense of humor with real world scenarios (going back to Thud! with the internalized racism) makes the books a joy to read! I have, out of the six books I’ve had to read for school, been indifferent or even hated four of them. I didn’t want to read any of them! I read two books a week for three frippin years! And I didn’t want to read the books they chose! I, just. 

In conclusion: LoTF sucks, Thud! would be a much better choice.