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So, I decided that I'm working the rest of the day from home *whispers: don’t tell my boss 🙊* bc my county office space lacks windows and it is too nice sunny out and I’m not about that fluorescent light life. Also… you can wear comfy clothes while you do computer work ☺️.

apparently rough-sketching scenes from disney aus is my ~thing now, so here’s a snapshot of cinderella, based on the 2015 movie. maybe this will become a series, who knows!

(with proper capitalization for reading ease bc this got wayyy longer than i meant for it to, whoops)

The first time Isak meets the prince, he doesn’t know he’s meeting the prince.

This is probably for the better, seeing as he doesn’t so much meet the prince as nearly run the prince down with his horse. Which is mostly Isak’s fault, since he isn’t watching where he is riding as well as he should be, but there are—reasons, if he were pressed to give them. The morning had been crueler than usual and the ride to the market had been an all-too-appealing promise of escape, even just temporarily. And so Isak had left the breakfast dishes still dripping dry and bolted as fast as he was able, gratefully giving his thoughts and tears to the wind and trusting the horse to guide them both clear.

Maybe not the safest plan, but it has worked fairly well, up until he almost runs into another rider. It happens so quickly—a startled shout, the high cry of another horse, a blur of color suddenly veering to his left—that Isak has little time to do anything but shout “Sorry!” over his shoulder and hope the wind carries it back. He thinks that will be it, until he registers a voice calling behind him, and then a second rhythm of hoofbeats pounding into the forest floor and catching him up.

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anonymous asked:

One time I walked into fantasy Costco and the jingle didn't play and Garfield wasn't at the counter so I walked around the store to find something that will haunt me for the rest of my life: Garfield, in a bikini, looking admiring himself in a mirror, his cloak on the floor. He had the body of a human female? But his head? Was it a spell or does he actually have that body? I'm scarred.


Brain: Draw Maid Dragon fan art !!
Me: Okay !!! [Draws this]
Brain: no this isn’t what i–

you know what i love the idea of ? someone teaching storm that she is so much more than a mutant . she’s a woman . a black , bisexual woman surrounded by white men on a team of outsiders . she’s forced to make the transition from a young woman worshipped as a goddess by her people , to a woman ridiculed for her skin color , her dress , her hair , her sexual liberty , etc . she obviously doesn’t fit in with white people , and definitely doesn’t fit in with black people . so where does someone like this turn to ? mutants . she feels as tho they’re the only ones who understand what she goes through and the only ones who’d support her no matter who she is .

anonymous asked:

what's happened with seungkwan?

It’s explained well right over here; the entire situation just doesn’t make sense to me. The response itself could be interpreted negatively but, that’s honestly such a stretch of a route to take. It’s not something that deserved the attention it got and the fact that it could affect Seungkwan and Seventeen negatively is annoying. I don’t want to invalidate anyone’s feelings but it’s something that could be reasoned out of easily.

anonymous asked:

Omg i just finished Heartstrings and it was so good but i just had a question about the soulmates thing?? Natsu said soulmates could be romantic, platonic, etc. but could that change each lifetime? Like this time be romantic and next time be platonic? And are 2 souls ALWAYS going to be soulmates or does it depend on who kills who. So if Lucy killed Gajeel would they be soulmates next? Sorry this is probably way deeper thinking than it needs to be, but im just really curious. Tysm

They can change, which is exactly why Natsu asked Lucy that in the first place. Whereas they’d been romantic as Haru and Elie, there’s the possibility of that not being the case in this life, and Natsu wanted to take that into consideration here. You’re bound, sure, but that doesn’t mean your soul-bonded partner necessarily wants the same things you do. We’re all different and all individual after all, even if you’ve got the same soul. You can change your minds. You can grow and want different things.

In this universe, you won’t always be soul-BOUND, but those who have been bonded before may or may not turn up in future incarnations. Could be as a sibling, maybe a romantic partner, or even a spouse. However, because for this particular life there was no ‘killing,’ there will be no remembering. So that connection felt is more of a remnant, and since you don’t have birthmarks or scars, there’s no way to tell who you’ve been before.

A bond is formed between two individuals who would most benefit from remembering and––depending on the circumstances of their current life––atoning for what they’ve done to have been bound in the first place. You are bound to the person who would most help you to reflect on your past mistakes to help repair that part of your soul that has been hurt by past experiences.

So with Lucy and Gajeel, that wouldn’t happen just because she’d ‘killed’ him (of course this wouldn’t happen anyway because seriously…Lucy killing Gajeel? No. Not in the Heartstrung universe anyway XD). Bonds aren’t formed just because you’ve killed someone.

Bonds are formed with those who force you to learn and who would most benefit you. It can be painful, and sometimes it’s too much for some and they can’t deal with it. Fate can be a bitch, sure, but really? She’s only trying to help.


Tagged by @whedoncon Choose 8 characters you relate to and either a selfie or something else to represent you in the middle. Then tag people if you want.

Satsu Btvs // Takenoko The Tale of Princess Kaguya // Ariel The Little Mermaid // Chandler Bing Friends // Amy Santiago Brooklyn 99 // Lane Kim Gilmore Girls // Bob Belcher Bob’s Burgers // Katarina Stratford 10 things I hate about you

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anonymous asked:

Hello, I saw your argument against the fact that McCree's white and I noticed that your only standpoint was the fact that you as a mix person live out a life of being white passing. But that has nothing to do with the game. I would like to know your opinion on the fact that McCree is based on Clint Eastwood, his name is Irish, his legendary skins have him with blonde hair and blue eyes, his sprays have light skin, and his voice actor is white. Give me some canon proof that argues these facts.

hey quick question, have you ever seen lucio’s voice actor

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Even mentioning follower counts will inevitably lose you at least one. There’s some weird stigma, like it’s considered arrogant if you acknowledge having or wanting an audience… on a platform that operates on having or wanting an audience.

@canonicalmomentum so reading the wiki, if a hypothetical stable particle of imaginary mass has no (kinetic?) energy (in some reference frame?) it’ll have infinite velocity, right? Which means, what, that it will, in that reference frame, simultaneously exist at every point along its trajectory at once?

That seems weird ‘cause with (my rudimentary understanding of) the uncertainty principle infinite velocity times any nonzero relative error in measurement gives infinite error bars in velocity (thus momentum? wikipedia seemed to imply they had momentum since when this happens they annihilate with another zero energy tachyon with momentum in the opposite direction), which implies zero error bars in position, but here the “error bar” in its position is infinite in one dimension (semi-infinite if it reaches infinite velocity at some point and then continues indefinitely, bounded but potentially very long if it reaches infinite velocity and then annihilates) because it exists along a trajectory, not at a point.

Also how does the relativity work out since energy and momentum are relative to the reference frame for two tachyons to annihilate and not release anything because their momenta are equal and opposite (in all reference frames?) and their energies are both zero (again, in all reference frames?)

Or is energy and momentum being relative a phenomenon of light-or-slower particles?


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