These Little Twin Stars paper clips from Seimon-cho are just perfect for my kikki.K lilac planner! Added some pastel colored ribbons from Spotlight to the clip to create a page divider (or bookmark) and streamers for my wand! The star-shaped clip with the pastel ribbons somehow resemble shooting stars, which makes it even more magical! 😁🌠🌌 As for the dashboard, it was measured and cut from a wrapping paper to fit my ‘fairy kei’ pastel theme!
One remarkable thing about Lynch is that he’s made an era-defining work in every phase of his career: Eraserhead is synonymous with the golden age of midnight movies; Blue Velvet is an emblematic text of the post-modern ’80s; Twin Peaks represents a breakthrough for television and serial narrative; Mulholland Drive marks the death of a certain romantic idea of Hollywood, and maybe of celluloid itself. He hasn’t been that prolific, but it’s an amazingly sustained career, and there are films I love from all periods, which is one reason I was compelled to write the book.
He thought he could change the eye color of the children by injecting chemicals into their eyes. He would take a set of twins and use one of them to test his theory of eye color change on. Although, it never worked he kept trying.
He wanted to see what would happen if he created is own set of conjoined twins. He took a set of twins and sewed them together. He supervised the surgery, which included a resection done on the twin’s hands. Their hands became infected and caused them to have gangrene.
He wanted to test methods to sterilize young women. He subjected a number of them to shock treatments and surgeries. Most of them died, due to the infections the surgery caused or during the procedures.
He would drain the blood from one twin and transfer it to the other. He wanted to see if it would change anything in the other twin. He killed a number of them this way, because he would drain them too much.
He would inject a child with a lethal germ. He wanted to study the various stages of how they would react to it.
He would perform a sex change operation on one twin. He wanted to see if they would react differently being of the opposite sex then as the same sex.
He wanted to see what kind of children would come from a brother/sister pair. He was interested in knowing if it was even possible to happen. Every girl that became pregnant while in the concentration camp, under Dr. Mengele’s care, was due to incest.
He wanted to know if twins could survive without each other. He would separate them to see which one could go the longest without the other one. He would lock them up separately without the company of anyone and wait it out.
For some reason the thought of twins fascinated him. He wanted to study every aspect of twins. He was known to pick a pair and put them on surgery tables, then he would inject their hearts with chloroform, instantly killing them both. He would then begin the removal of their limbs and organs for the purpose of studying them to the fullest extent.
I’ve been asked to do monthly fic rec posts by some people and since I quite liked that idea, this is my Sterek Fic Rec List #1. If you want to see more of my recommendations, visit my fic rec pageor my bookmarks!
In which everyone and everything ever in the history of the world is trying to ruin Derek’s life before he can finish his master’s, especially his evil twin sister, his weird ability to start relationships on accident, his best friend’s obsession with his sex life, people with dimples, his subsequent inability to end relationships, manipulative sorority queens, and oh yeah, that stupid drunk ass freshman he keeps running into.
Stiles is 27 now, with a master’s degree and a career and a house and a serious boyfriend and a life in San Francisco that doesn’t include Derek. But then Stiles unexpectedly shows back up in Beacon Hills, and Derek would recognize that scent anywhere.
Where Stiles is a librarian who is in charge of the kids’ reading hour and such. And Derek is 6-year-old Scott’s adoptive dad. And Stiles has his own take on Stories and Scott loves wolves and Derek tries not to admit that he likes the way Stiles’s face (ass) looks in those glasses (jeans).
After Stiles’ best friend moves out of the apartment the two of them have shared for the last five years and into his own in a different city with his fiancee, Stiles is in desperate need of a new roommate. After a dinner with the Hale family, Stiles finally has a new roommate. The only problem is that he seems to hate Stiles’ guts.
Derek is a professor, and Stiles is his TA. They mostly work well together, but Derek still prefers pen and paper while Stiles embraces modern technology. When Stiles realizes this preference extends even to spank bank material, he decides it’s his job to show him the wonders of online porn. Derek rises to the challenge and counters with his favorite erotica. Who will win? (hint: everyone)
Derek is a professional classical musician who has found himself lost without a muse, without goal and without even a hint of spark. He’s almost settled nearly contently (if not slightly unwillingly) on having to live his life as a recluse, when his sister finally grows tired of his antics, giving him a Christmas ultimatum.
“I just…I just want someone to fuck me,” he blurts out, flailing his hands around. “I mean, like, really fuck me. Not any of this wishy-washy stuff, but someone with strength and stamina who’ll actually, honestly, fuck me, hold me down and fuck me so hard I can still feel it the next day.”
“So, essentially, you want a werewolf,” Lydia deduces.
“Where would I even find a werewolf willing to fuck a human?” Stiles demurs. Werewolves mostly keep to themselves. Stiles doesn’t blame them.
“Oh for Christ’s sake.” Lydia levels him with a hard look. “You find them where you find everyone you can purchase the fulfillment of your every sexual fantasy. Find a damn hooker.”
Derek quietly loves Christmas and is not afraid to wear the sweaters to show it. He hosts a children’s TV show about science and history, builds model trains, and is painfully awkward. Stiles works in a Hallmark-type store that sells Christmas decorations and model train pieces, and might have an unhealthy appreciation for sweaters. Of course he was going to fall for Derek. Of course he was.
Meeting Derek Hale wasn’t special, or frightening, or any of the other things everyone had made it out to be. It was, actually, pretty much the opposite. Stiles didn’t even realize the guy was Derek Hale until the moment had passed. Derek: the most infamous student at Beacon Hills University. Stiles: the freshman who falls for him anyway. Awkward encounters, concerned friends, and lots of not-so-casual sex ensue.
Summary: The bed in Dan’s dorm room is lumpy and old and hurts his body all over, but Phil’s bed is a bed from heaven. The only problem is Phil lives with three other people, and Dan doesn’t want them to get any ideas.
Prompt: Reader is Sam and Dean’s sister (maybe Sam’s twin or in between Sam and Dean), and the fic is just like a bunch of little snapshots/moments throughout their childhoods and lives, growing up together and having sibling moments.
Hello friends! For the last few weeks, I’ve been super busy working on an exciting new freelance project: a princess coloring book for little feminists called Her Highness Builds Robots: Princesses for the 21st Century.The princesses are all of different races, ethnicities, body types, and levels of ability, and each one is fully fleshed-out with diverse interests. I wish that a coloring book like this existed when I was a little kid.
The idea for this coloring book was dreamed up by the fearless twin sister duo of Laura and Beth Winters. I’ve been having so much fun bringing their princesses to life!
The Kickstarter campaign for this coloring book launched yesterday, and we’ve already raised over half of our goal, which is incredible! What would be even more incredible is if you donated too!
All backers who pledge $15 or more will receive a coloring book, and the higher donation levels have other really cool prizes (including some custom art by yours truly!).
(In which the team’s Scout is actually a perfect fusion of two younger twin brothers. They think it makes them older and therefore, cooler. The only thing that’ll split ‘em up is a HEATED BASEBALL DEBATE.)