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anonymous asked:

I'm so profoundly in love with you. Period. If that's still up btw came for the strong recommendation from a friend annoyed I devoured everything she passed along and the promising wordcount/tags, stayed for the epic length, the dynamics and dark fairytales and folklore. And the obscure ships. (gotta love Alex y Elliot).

dskjfsa *hands you some chocolate cake*

Haha, so happy to meet another reader who really loves the epic length of things! I know it puts a lot of people off, or a lot of people go ‘I would never normally read something this long…’ and then I think there’s people like you and I like ‘wait is it the length of like three Bibles? COUNT ME IN.’

(Obscure ships ftw, like Alex/Elliott that is so much fun to write. Dear god, why does it have to be another freaking rarepair though?)

(Also dark fairytales and folklore for the win. The next ‘epic world that has heaps of long stories’ will be all about demonology and angel mythology, especially the really arcane, esoteric type stuff, and I’m just dskaljfas *rolls around*)

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I feel like I might accidentally sing this song to Patrick Rothfuss if I ever met him. Because Name of the Wind has effected my life in a very questionable way but also just life in general. 

WELCOME TO THE MONSTER FACTORY

THE FINAL PAM - EPISODE ONE

i do this. this is final pam. you remember how your backyard barbeque go, the smiths. pretty good it doesn’t seem. ha ha. i tell little joke. next time, you invite pam.

Kravitz is good

you know what quote kills me?

what if i’ve gone bad?”

harry potter, who was left for years to deal with abuse and neglect, who’s constantly questioning how he’s supposed to feel, how he’s supposed to react to these insanely horrible situations, who has the capability to not let his hand fell the man who sold out his parents

who has had to watch friends and guardians and loved ones die for a cause he never asked to be in 

what if i’ve gone bad?”

there’s too much fear and worry in that question. and that after so much resilience and strength, harry questions this about himself - it goes to show how little support for mental health and trauma there is in the wizarding world, of how large an oversight it was for the adults to have left him to deal with the aftermath of all this by himself. at the very core he’s still a kid. capable, yes, extremely so. but emotionally taken care of?

he’s just a kid. just harry. 

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But I guess I was never much of a writer (insp.)

WELCOME TO THE MONSTER FACTORY

KNIFE DAD

Knife Dad loves his children very much, and by “children”, I mean “knives”. His head isn’t bad. One thing I want to get in here is that if he sees a knife, he legally owns it. He eats knives for fuel. Not his kid-knives, though. Why’s his head look like that? Don’t sweat it. He has to keep eating knives to avoid eating his children knives. Knife Dad is Stan Lee.

He fuccs like a broken train, but he runs on time, if you know what I mean. He’s part wolf, part mech, part rabbit, part fox, part sunglasses, part dragon, part dad, all dad, all knives. If you unbutton his shirt, a bunch of knives will fall out, and the he’ll die, because he’s just a bunch of knives under there.