Instructions for Changing Small Text on the Dashboard

OKAY I HAVE FINALLY DONE IT! And since I know I am not the only one this drives insane –> THE INSTRUCTIONS.

Currently running:
-Adblock Plus
-New X-Kit
-Readable Sub and Sup (credit: Tiberius)
-Tumblr Post Improvements (credit: Tiberius)

So the original fix said to go into Google Chrome’s settings (I know there are ways to adjust this for other browsers, but I don’t know them) and adjust the minimum font size. This worked on EVERY SITE EXCEPT TUMBLR for me.

The way around this took some fiddling, but eventually I managed it with some tweaks to my current set-up and the addition of a few Stylish userstyles. Why Stylish? It doesn’t mess with any other sites except those you specify. Thank you to Tiberius who made these two userstyles, wherever you are!

Everything I used will be linked below. Instructions below the cut for length.

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“Make sure she’s safe.”

Now to most people, this is probably a really cute scene. Like “oh look at that’s so cute look at him he’s so caring and nervous and wow that’s adorable”. Nopedynopenopenope. This is actually a tragic scene, no matter how adorable it looks. Because we finally see one of Kristoff’s main characteristics throughout the movie.

He’s not enough.

He’s not enough to stay with Anna because he’s just a commoner and she’s a princess.

He’s not enough to save her because she has a fiance at the castle who is waiting for her and he’s probably perfect and he’s going to save everything.

And he’s not enough to just warm her up because he has barely communicated with a human before her so he uses a fire instead.

Throughout the whole movie, Kristoff backs away from Anna because he thinks she doesn’t need him. He thinks that there is always going to be someone better. He’s lived his life all alone because he thought that humans didn’t need him, didn’t want him.

That is until he sees that blizzard because even if she doesn’t need him, he definitely needs her.


sugamon rookie king moments. 👀

Spent the last two hours making Thomas Sanders fans out of my older brother and my mom. It’s been a successful first weekend home from college.


The preceding is a fan-based parody. Luckily, since Nintendo doesn’t really care for those in this kind of format, a disclaimer is not necessary.


Three Days of the Citadel: 3 chapters, 6352 words, illustrated

As the Reaper War rages and the Crucible enters its next stage of development, Hackett summons Shepard to the Citadel for what she thinks will be a routine business call. But he has some disturbing news about how the superweapon will actually work, and the Alliance has noticed her starting to crack as the conflict takes its toll. Between dealing with the revelation, fighting to stay at work, and getting dragged into a mystery involving a Cerberus spy, Shepard learns things are about to get much harder - and more personal.

This is a rework/expansion fic for ME3′s volus ambassador mission, trying to give it some more flesh than the brief assignment we got ingame. I also lay some of the groundwork for my headcanon ME3 ending, and there’s a hint of some future Shepard/Zaeed at the end for the shippers. Enjoy!

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He’s not perfect.

You aren’t either,

and the two of you will never be perfect.

But if he can make you laugh at least once,

causes you to think twice,

and if he admits to being human and making mistakes, hold onto him and give him the most you can.

He isn’t going to quote poetry, he’s not thinking about you every moment, but he will give you a part of him that he knows you could break.

Don’t hurt him, don’t change him, and don’t expect for more than he can give. Don’t analyze.

Smile when he makes you happy,

yell when he makes you mad,

and miss him when he’s not there.

Love hard when there is love to be had.

Because perfect guys don’t exist, but there’s always one guy that is perfect for you.