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Safe House

Originally posted by imaginingbucky

Trope-Tastic: Steve Rogers + 1. There’s only one bed.

Practically falling through the front door, you breathed a sigh of relief. Steve was on your heels and together you enter the safe house, utterly exhausted.

You and Steve had been sent on a mission to a Hydra base in the Alps. When things went drastically south, you flew the quinjet as close as you could without being tracked and walked the last ten miles to the safe house,  a small cottage on the outskirts of a little rural Italian village.

Things were complicated by the fact that you had taken a bullet to the thigh back at the base. Steve had his fair share of cuts and scrapes, but being a supersoldier made it a little easier for him to push through. He had tried to offer his help for the first few miles, but you were far too stubborn.

By the time you were about halfway there you started to fall, Steve wrapping his arms around you before you hit the ground. He carefully picked you up and began carrying you.

“I’ve got you,” He had said, somehow managing to walk faster.

“Sorry…” You had replied, hating to be weak, hating to have to rely on others.

“Just don’t die on me, okay Y/N?” Steve had reassured, a small smile peeking through the concern on his face.

Then there you were, thankful beyond reason to have reached the safe space. After closing the front door behind you, Steve scooped you up once again and laid you down onto a nearby sofa. Somehow finding even more energy, he was off in search of medical supplies.

Your kind companion returned in record time, apologetic for what was about to happen. You merely gritted your teeth and prepared as he swiped antiseptic over the wound. You were in too much pain to care when he had to rip the leg off of your mission suit. The next few moments were filled with screams and pain, but by the end, the bullet was out, and you were stitched up.

“Thank you,” You breathed, wiping the sweat from your forehead.

Steve just nodded, fixing you with a shy smile that made your heart flutter. When he started to tend to his own injuries, you swatted his hand aside and took over. It was the least you could do after he had freaking carried you for six miles.

“You’re going to need to take off your shirt…” You said, trying not to blush at the request. He had a large gash reaching from his collarbone almost all the way down his pectoral.

Steve looked a little sheepish, but complied, pulling the red white and blue material over his head. Having been friends since he came out of the ice, you’d seen him shirtless before, of course. You had to patch him up during other missions, and the training room got really hot….but the sight still made you feel like you couldn’t catch your breath.

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If we consider Chara’s adventures in the Underground as present, then Sans only recently got his armor. Before that he used to wear hoodies a lot — he’s a Sans, after all!

Judging by the first option, you mixed it up with Horrortale somehow :D

Seriously though, giving a full answer would require a comic that lasts all of Snowdin. …Actually, make that more than all of Snowdin. Plus, there are different routes… Meh, too complicated for me right now)

Well, Genocide route IS part of the Underswap canon, so… *shrug* Who knows?

what i (a level 12 gay) say: sexuality is fluid for many people

what i mean: *sipping wine like a socialite at the big gay ball* sexual identity changes throughout one’s life as they explore their attractions, boundaries and partners, or even experience new attractions, or indeed in this era of gender revolution, people reevaluating the essentially of gender to attraction.  while for many of us, our sexuality is rock solid and evident, for others sexuality is a complicated beast and how people actively pursue it, explore it, label it and express it changes through their lives and they should be free to do so, for there is no wrong way to be and express yourself in the pursuit of happiness.  ha, assuming yourself isn’t a terrible person of course, don’t get too witty with me now, dahling *sips more wine*

what a straight thinks i mean: one day i will stop being queer forever and feel embarassed about having “acted out” as trans, and be thankful for you for stopping me from expressing myself while my “LGBT phase” played itself out

I found a recipe for backed pesto chicken and the recipe is like

“just drizzle it on top before baking”

and I understand that some people don’t like complicated recipes. But that is maybe the worst thing I’ve ever heard? like, what? You can’t just pop in on top, what’s the point in that? You gotta enfuse those flavours, and that won’t happen just cause you bake it at the same time, jeez.

I find so many recipes call for their too many, and very particular ingredients, or 3 ingredients that don’t at all complement each other, and it’s so weird. 

anonymous asked:

How does one distinguish between a negative emotion/mood (on one hand) and an unpleasant bodily sensation, like fatigue, fever or pain etc. (on the other)? If it is a bodily sensation, how does one figure out which one it is?

Hi anon, 

this is a pretty complicated question. Emotions can include body sensation- for example, anxiety generally includes sensations like racing heart beat, increased body temperature, “butterflies” in your stomach, and so on. The reverse is true too- body sensations can include emotional reactions. When you stub your toe, for example, the pain might be accompanied by frustration or shock. So emotions and body sensations aren’t easily separable. 

One way to understand whether you’re primarily experiencing an emotion or a body sensation is to model the experience. 


This is one example of a way to map emotions and their associated sensations. The question to ask yourself is: Given the information I have about how I feel emotionally and physically, and the surrounding context (for example, what prompted these feelings), what emotion makes the most sense? Or, does an emotion not make sense, and is it actually a body sensation without a strongly linked emotion?


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Why you should try not to take anything Batman says too personally…

Batman: I can’t afford any more delays and you’re one of those superpowered beings that cause delays. Sometimes it’s a good thing. There’s a whole group of heroes. They’re “delay heroes”.

Superman: You mean… You mean you don’t like me? *pouts*

Batman: No, of course I like you. It’s because I like you that I don’t want to be with you. It’s a complicated emotion.

random AU scene

“Tell me, Granger,” Pansy said, gazing at Hermione intently, “didn’t muggle have this – zodiac signs thing or whatever? And people in the same category usually have similar traits?”

Hermione frowned at the abrupt change of topic, but answered anyway. “Yeah. How do you know this, anyway?”

“Tracey used to have some muggle magazines in the dorm,” Daphne supplied. “So, is it true they’re completely accurate?”

“Those are hardly that accurate,” Hermione scoffed a little.

“Why?” Daphne pressed.

Why?” Hermione sounded a bit incredulous. “It’s got no logic or evidence to say there’s any correlation. Plus, it’s not like people could be completely categorized into 12 types, right? Humans are more complicated than that.”

 “True, people are too complicated to be completely, neatly categorized into 12 clear cut types,” Pansy said, loftily, “but apparently you think that 4 types are not too simplified a version, not even if you automatically classified one of the types completely evil beyond redemption?”

Hermione froze.

anonymous asked:

Why you are not sure to miss Tom?

It’s complicated or not and I’m thinking too deep about stuff like that.

If it was about having Tom on my couch I’d definitely say that I totally miss that, but I’m sadly sure that this is not the case. ;)

Truth is that as much as I like Tom and his work he isn’t as important as my real life, my family, my friends, my courses, my work, etc. He isn’t even as important as the people around here that I talk to regularly, because those are real people I interact with that have an impact on my life. He is “just” a far away idol that gives me some getaway to have some fun in between. When Tom “is around” and there is new stuff that means that it cuts away from the time that I could spent on my reallife and with my thesis coming up I totally need that time. ;)

There is so much Tom content around now that some people have his latest movie to gif. It is anyway on us if there is Tom around here or not as the fandom in itself is independent from the artist. I mean there are many snippets of interviews that people don’t remember or don’t know, pics that people think are new, because they haven’t seen them before, people write new stories, make fanart, gifs and edits, etc. Tom is never really totally away. That’s the magic of good fandoms. ;) Some new things often do bring stress with them though and I can do without that as well.

If Tom being around means pap photos or twitter sightings of what he had for breakfast I can gratefully do without them as I dislike them for various conflicting reasons. I don’t miss those.

If Tom being around means a new in-depths interview that actually add something, some silly tweets by him, new photoshoots, plays, movies, or any other work-commitment I’m totally up for those and excited and I miss them. 

Right now substantial evidence shows that his lack of work announcements this year has to do with his involvement in Marvel  movies. As I believe that’s the case I don’t miss him as that means new movies next year and more promos with maybe comic cons.

I’ll keep waiting patiently for other projects to be announced or if anyone has rumours about those I’d be interested. That would be the excitement I crave. Without that I continue to focus on what is truly important, because it really is time for that. ;)

yogurtgoth  asked:

hi could I please get your opinion on thomas jefferson? ive never been too fond of him but not necessarily against him. im not nearly educated enough to form a reasonable opinion but I am going to start a biography on him soon and I'd just like some preface and someone else's opinion. thank you! <3 btw ur blog is my fav

Thank you. I disagree with many things that he did in his life, he was a very complicated man. You shouldn’t not learn about Thomas Jefferson because of these things that he did and he is worthy of critisism as all historical figures are. Of the founding fathers, he is the most striking and the most interesting in my opinion. He is the most controversial and there are two sides to every coin. I do not like him, but I enjoy and adore learning about him.  


as you guys know I have been having a hard time updating this blog 

for various reasons like family, money, college etc 

but another issue that keeps me from updating this blog is 

the lack of motivation 

and for that i have a solution 

I have decided to (once again) reboot this blog and start all over 

I’ll still leave up all the fanart and extra stuff but the main blog updates will be deleted 

the characters will also have major or minor redesigns 

the story will 

also be a lot less complicated and there will be fewer characters 

so i dont feel too over whelmed 

here is a little look of what the reboot will look like 

and im so sorry about all of this but im really proud of this reboot 

and if you have any questions feel free to ask :) thanks for reading 

I keep posting nonsense non-sims stuff today… oops…?

Anyways! Today I actually wanted to share a little video tutorial for any of you guys who do digital drawing. I’ve been experimenting myself this week to find out which method is not exactly too challenging, yet, gives a really nice and not too boring result, and I must say, if you’re really familiar with sculpting (This could be either in real life, but I’m more familiar with zBrush sculpting) This could be a really interesting video! ^-^

Click Me!

Also! I think, even for a  speed art video, this one shows a really interesting progress! Bit complicated but the more you study it, the more you understand what’s going on! CLICK ME!

anonymous asked:

I was daiting this guy for several months. He just got out of an abusive relationship and said he was wounded, but we hit it off and he was chasing me hard. He said he loves me but he said he just wanted to be friends but he kept treating me like a GF. Then, last week he said he really wanted to be just friends from now on and that things got to complicated and he wants to be single. He's out partying like nothing happened. I'm so confused?

It sounds to me like he’s really confused too, and probably has no better idea of what he’s doing than you do. Abuse can really mess you up, and maybe he really wanted to be with you but every time he tried, the trauma of his last relationship would freak out and make him pull back because he’s scared of actually getting close to you, or he feels like he doesn’t know how. It sounds like he really does care about you, but jumping straight into another relationship probably wasn’t a good idea.

Which doesn’t mean that his actions aren’t hurtful to you and that he shouldn’t have treated you better. I think you have a right to feel upset and mistreated to a certain degree, and I think it would be understandable if you didn’t want to be friends after all this. But I would keep in mind that all of his actions are about him, what’s going on in his head, not about you or whether you’re good enough. This is not about who you are or anything you’ve done, it’s all about him and the messed up stuff going on in his head.

If I were you, I would draw back and let him go and see what happens. He may be on a self-destructive path, in which case you don’t want to be tied to that, or he may just need some time to figure himself out and he’ll come back asking for another chance. Be cautious if that happens, make him prove that he’s stable enough for a relationship.

And really, you don’t owe him anything. If you want to put him in your rearview mirror, that’s your prerogative. Just try not to let his problems with himself taint your self-worth, alright? There’s nothing wrong with you at all.

anonymous asked:

Unpopular opinion: I find morrigan extremely irritating and too much of a know-it-all. (especially if you play as an elf in inquisition)

strongly agree | agree | neutral | disagree | strongly disagree

my feelings can often reflect the character im playing as. i really liked morrigan in origins but inquisition im…iffy. i love her character development with kieran, and her love and devotion towards her son. my warden was her bff (in a zev romance) and he did the dark ritual with her. 

but my elven inquisitor loathed her for a time. they argued over the well of sorrows and frankly all that stuff about how she stole from the elves is gross too. non-elven inquisitors it doesnt seem so obnoxious, but when she’s talking to a dalish elf about their history like they’re stupid it’s…understandably frustrating.

so im on the fence about her. origins alone, i would have strongly disagreed with you. but inquisition makes things…complicated.

send me unpopular opinions

Drabble requests: open

Originally posted by ffxvcaps

Ok so I’m even surprising myself doing this… partially because this little dump has nearly reached 500 followers (ILU ALL SRSLY 💖 ), and partially as a desperate attempt to get back in the fan-fic groove and over the creative block, I’m opening up drabble requests for a very limited time. (Read: like 2-3 days max.)

Please note the guidelines:

✓ Drabbles are short scenarios of roughly 500-1000+ words, so please don’t request complicated sagas. 
✓ I’ll do my best to finish as many as possible, please be aware that there is a chance I may not choose your request - this is nothing personal. The only reason would be due to time limitations, or because I really just couldn’t get into the scenario or found it too difficult to write.
✓ You can request anonymously if you so wish.
✓ You can request several.
✓ As long as it’s Final Fantasy I-XV related, it will be considered.
✓ NSFW is welcome but so is everything else.
✓ Please request in the ask-box.

Looking forward to your prompts  😘

anonymous asked:

I want to see how Jonah deals withe knowledge that Cyrus has a crush him after going all of this character development.

Yes!!  Of course I want Jonah to be like “you like me?  I like you too!”  but that’s still just a dream.  No matter what it will be interesting to see how Jonah handles that.  Jonah doesn’t seem like he’ll care that Cyrus is gay/bi but it can be complicated when a friend likes you and you may not like them back the same way.  There’s a lot of potential for some important discussion and topics to be covered with this storyline!

you don’t stop
loving someone
just because
you don’t talk
to each other

you don’t start
hating someone
just because
things got tough
or wasn’t all
sunshine and
the whole time.

things work out,
they don’t,

sometimes shit
just happens,
and that’s okay.

love is really,
fucking complicated
but go with it
when you find it

you might
get lucky
or you might not,
but either way
you can say you
tried and learned.

and that’s

—  trying to learn from what happened (6/21/17), thekaijusleeps
But now, things are different. I’ll never be the same. Here I am, sitting on my windowsill, thinking. Thinking, that it’s crazy how much shit I let you put me through all because I love you. Knowing, that I’m not nearly as important to you as I had thought. Understanding, that I could never hate you for everything you’ve done to me; I still love you and I always will. Realizing, that you take this love for granted. You’ll never be worthy.
—  i guess this is goodbye

ajcaimi  asked:

Hey Dana. I was wondering if you have any plans to develop and pitch a show of your own. If you do, what advice do you have for people who want to create their own show?

I did have plans to pitch a show. And I pitched it! And Disney bought it! And now I’m developing it!  It’s difficult and exciting ESPECIALLY because I’m doing all this for the first time. I hope I can show some images someday!

If I were to give one piece of advice to past me, it’d be to get comfortable writing entertaining scripts. As a showrunner the most important thing will be The Show, and 90% of The Show comes from The Writing. It’s difficult to find writers who will 100% understand your vision but if that’s an area you’re comfortable in you’ll never be an dire straits. I had never professionally written a script before my pilot. If I did maybe that part wouldn’t have been as stressful at the time haha. 

But let’s say you’re already good there. You’re good everywhere! 

How to pitch a thing! I used to love making “pitch books” as a kid, though I had no idea that’s what I was doing. It was just fun to develop worlds and characters! So even if you’re in HS or younger, making “pitch books” is a great way to spend your time and practice for the future. So get to it! Here’s just one format you can try: 

1. Cover page with short description of show and a fun image of your main character!

2. ½-1 full page describing your main character/s! (Don’t start with exhaustive explanations about the world, or any legends, or w/e, we’re here bc we want to connect with a character).

3. A couple pages with any other important characters you may have!

4. A page describing the most important relationships between your main character/s and others!

5. Simple 1 page description on how your world works! If it’s too complicated to get on one page, SIMPLIFY! Even the most complicated ideas can be pitched in 1-2 sentences. 

6. Important places! The main characters house? The bad guy’s castle? Stuff like that. 

7. Give em a couple episode examples! That’s where your show comes together, after all. 

And you’re done!

Fill your pitch book with fun images that show off your characters and your world! You don’t have to follow this format exactly, it’s your show, your pitch, do whatever you think will show off your ideas best. If you’re making an epic you might want to dedicate a page to where you want the show to go, and how the characters will evolve. Everything depends on what you want to make. But above all: Make it interesting to read!!! Make it fun to look at!!! Boredom is your enemy, fight against it!!!!

Are my exclamation points making this easier to understand? GREAT!!!!!

Now get out there and pitch some things cause I want new shows to watch.

Writer’s Scene Checklist

This works for film/TV as well as for a checklist for an entire novel chapter. Decided to make this because I used to have a lot of trouble figuring out how to structure a scene.

  1. Exposition
    1. Introduce the scene’s characters, situation, time, and place. Basically, let us know how the setting has changed since the last scene (if at all).
    2. This shouldn’t be too long or drawn out (unless you have good reason to). This is just to orientate the audience. And if the scene/story calls for it, you don’t have to orientate them to all four; characters, situation, time, and place. In a mystery, you may not let the audience know everyone who is present, what time it takes place, where, etc. Only do what’s necessary for them to not be too disoriented.
  2. Rising Action
    1. Complication of the situation; intensify or complicate the main conflict; introduce a new conflict. This is the gist of scene, which takes up the most word count/screen time.
  3. Turning Point/Climax
    1. Situation/conflict of the scene is directly addressed or confronted. This is what the gist of the scene has been building up to; the highest moment.
    2. Often times this is the shortest part of the scene since it is a single moment.
  4. Falling Action
    1. Conflict either appeased, put off, or ended; hint of new conflict/situation. Unless this is the final scene, I like to think of this as the SET UP for the next respective scene/chapter.
  5. Conclusion/Tag
    1. Rise of new conflict/situation. Usually, the next scene’s conflict is clearly stated in the conclusion, or at least overtly hinted at.

EXAMPLE SCENE: Airplane ride through a storm.

  1. Exposition
    1. Milo and Alisha are on a passenger plane, headed through the Bermuda Triangle.
    2. This could be stated in one sentence: “Milo shoved Alisha’s carry-on bag into the overhead compartment, taking care not to squash their lunch.”
  2. Rising Action
    1. Milo is nervous about planes, and it is no help that there is supposed to be a storm. Alisha assures him they’ll be alright.
    2. This is the gist of the scene and can carry on for several pages as they talk about his anxiety, what they’re going to do when they land, etc.
  3. Turning Point/Climax
    1. The plane hits severe turbulence due to an intense downburst.
    2. As I said before, stating the climax doesn’t take very long at all since it is, in fact, only a single moment: “The plane lurched downward and the emergency masks dropped with it.”
  4. Falling Action
    1. The pilots lose control; oxygen masks deploy; panic ensues in the cabin.
    2. This could take some time, but usually doesn’t. Once the climax is reached, you’ve now begun setting up for the next scene.
  5. Conclusion/Tag
    1. The plane crashes on a strange island.
    2. You could end a scene like this right as they crash; you could end it a bit after the crash as they bear witness to the aftermath. Personally, and for the most part, I would end the scene at the impact, or just after, and save the aftermath for the next scene.

If this seems really simplified, that’s because it is. It may seem like it’ll make your scene short and choppy, but trust—it won’t. These are simply beats in your scene that you need to hit for the scene to seem plausible; and it isn’t even necessary to have them in this order. You could cleverly state in the beginning that the plane is going to crash, putting the conclusion in the beginning, and then build up to it. It’s all up to you. But these are the beats that make a scene or even a chapter (though some chapters may have more than one scene in them–but even with multiple scenes in a chapter, the chapter will still have these five beats overall)