perfect little prince


“You are not at all like my rose,” he said. “As yet you are nothing. No one has tamed you, and you have tamed no one. You are like my fox when I first knew him. He was only a fox like a hundred thousand other foxes. But I have made him my friend, and now he is unique in all the world.”

Spoiled Princess Cordelia - Toddler bed

Up for your toddlers is the Spoiled Princess Cordelia Toddler bed. It is perfect for every little prince or princess and comes in 57 colors!

Included colors/styles:

The original 10 EA colors
12 solid soft colors with white wood
15 swirl patterned recolors
20 Gothic print recolors

I will most likely do another recolor option later on with different patterns and colors. 

Download link:

This creation was made with Sims 4 Studio!


“When you look into your mother’s eyes, you know that is the purest love you can find on this earth.”

anonymous asked:

What are the quadrants for a witch of void?

Oh boy, first quadrant ask! Okay, let’s see here.

Moirail: Heir of Doom. The Witch of Void is usually a cheerful person, like most Witches. But like most Void players, they have a more negative, depressed side as well. They’re one of the less outgoing Witches, though still generally cheerful. If they were too happy and outgoing, they might annoy the Heir enough that this turns into a Kismesissitude, but that ideally won’t happen. The Heir of Doom is an extremely depressed, anxious person. Their life has always been surrounded by misfortune. The Witch is cheerful enough to provide a contrast and make the Heir feel better, while still knowing when things should stay secret and being able to keep the Heir’s secrets and troubles between them. Meanwhile the Heir is a grounded, serious person who has a very good grasp on rules and regulations. The Witch of Void could be quite a troublemaker, and the Heir of Doom grounds them to keep them out of trouble. These two would get along extremely well. This could also be a very stable matespritship. But the Witch of Void definitely wants an Heir of Doom somewhere in their quadrants, as the Heir of Doom could work well in basically any of the Witch’s quadrants, depending on the personalities of the two in question.

Matesprit: Mage of Heart. Heart and Void players are well-documented as getting along extremely well. Nepeta and Equius with their famous moirallegiance, Darkleer not being able to kill the Disciple, Dirk and Roxy’s friendship, and even Dirk’s relationship with Arquiusprite (though Dirk still found Arquius irritating, he did seem to find Arquius less irritating than when Arquius was just AR) are all examples of this. Heart and Void are just extremely complementary aspects. As such, any Heart player could work as either a matesprit or a moirail for the Witch of Void, but I think the Mage of Heart would be especially good as a matesprit. The Witch of Void is most likely a notorious gossip. They’re generally pretty nosy, and love to spread and receive gossip. The Mage of Heart would probably be pretty similar, to be honest. They’d likely love to gossip about relationships between people, and what everyone else was up to quadrant-wise. The Mage and the Witch would have legendary gossip sessions, relishing in the rumors they hear and the rumors they spread. The Mage would be a major source of rumors, trying to set up all their friends the ways they want to, and probably spreading gossip about everyone else’s quadrants. The Witch and the Mage would get along seamlessly, with a relationship built off of their more troublemaking habits. However, they should ideally both have moirails to keep them grounded and stop their troublemaking tendencies from getting out of hand. While this relationship would probably be healthy for the two involved, maybe not so much for their teammates.

Kismesis: Prince of Light. The Prince of Light is a quiet person who recognizes and even embraces the importance of secrets. They like to let everyone keep to themselves and do their own thing. The Witch of Void, on the other hand, likes gossip and always wants to know what everyone else is up to. Put them together and you have a pretty strong black relationship. The Prince and the Witch will oftentimes butt heads about gossip and rumors, with the Prince trying to stamp out the claims made by the Witch. It doesn’t help that the Prince is very arrogant and always believes they’re in the right. Princes do oftentimes behave like their opposite aspect, but they’re still drawn to their own. The Prince of Light would be arrogant and overbearing about his ideals if the Witch didn’t cooperate, and they would irritate each other a lot. Princes are also usually serious, negative people, so the Witch’s cheerful nature would annoy the Prince as well. These two absolutely won’t get along.

And there you have it, quadrants for the Witch of Void. These are only examples, of course, but I do think these would all work very well. I didn’t do an auspistice because that quadrant is too reliant upon the other person as well.

If We Were A Movie (Seventeen Preference)
  • AN: this was probably one of the best requests of all time, I felt so so inspired by it and I hope you guys like it to. I'm seriously thinking about turning this into a whole serious, where each of these is a boy x reader oneshot so pls lemme know what you think of that idea? <3
  • S.Coups/Seungcheol: The Classic High School AU
  • We all know that our boy Coups would slay as the classic high school heart throb. Nobody would fit the part better than him. He is the meaning of after school football practices and making cheerleaders' panties drop with a wink and a smile. He also has the heart and the smarts underneath his muscles and good looks to bring dimension to his movie character that would surprise the protagonist in the best way and make you fall in love. (I mean, who wouldn't fall in love with him, anyway?) Not only does his character fit seamlessly into this AU/genre, but he embodies the genre itself. The cheesy romance bits of the plot, the corny jokes, and the underlying message to never give up on your dreams that always acts like a big brother to the viewing teens, just like Seungcheol does. He is the classic high school movie - a perfect way to settle into the movie marathon.
  • Jeonghan: Pre-Millennial Crime Thriller
  • That sounds like a very complicated title, but our Jeonghan is a very complicated and beautiful man. At first I wanted to call this one "1920's Mob Film", but I felt that was far too narrow. Mostly because crime dramas set in the 1960's and 70's are becoming very popular and Jeonghan fits that style very well along with the 1920's. So I believe this beauty would fit perfectly into any crime or mob movie set before the turn of the millennium. Mainly during the 1920's, 30's, or the 50's and 60's. His hair was just meant to be tucked neatly under a fedora and paired with a sharp suit that would have all his enemies shaking in their boots the moment they saw him coming. Because yes, he does have that beautiful, angelic face, but I feel that's what would make him the perfect crime boss. He would be the devil hiding in the angel's armour. Nobody would expect it from him until just a few moments before their tragic death. Slowly, over time, they would learn to fear this beautiful man, understand that this was his town and this angel was playing God not because he deserved it, but because he wanted it. I just feel like he's the human embodiment of soft music box music playing in the background of a murder scene during a movie like this, and I love it.
  • Joshua/Jisoo: Zombie Apocalypse
  • Joshua would be the Glenn of a Seventeen zombie apocalypse. (And because Glenn is my all time favourite character of everything I paired little Jisoo with the genre.) He'd be the good guy who survives strictly because he is good to others, and somehow manages to maintain his purity and morality even when the world goes to shit. That would be the best thing about him. He'd believe that others are still good and he'd high uphold the belief that no one should get left behind. He would be the guy who would often almost get killed trying to save other people. He wouldn't actually have many apocalypse survival skills, but his kind nature would find him with people to save his ass over and over again, no matter what trouble they had to go through doing so. Most would think that a badass type of person would embody the zombie genre, but I really think someone like Jisoo is it. He has the heart warming arch of the story, the loveable characters (you know, the ones you really, really don't want to die but probably get treated like shit anyway), and somewhere deep inside him he probably has the really dark parts that any good zombie movie has. But really he's probably more of a zombie comedy like Zombieland or Dead Before Dawn.
  • Jun: Vampire
  • Jun being the vampire genre is about as certain as the sun rising in the morning. He's a vampire through and through. But I believe he's his own breed of vampire. Not a classic, brooding dark creature of the night like Dracula, or a modern emotional sparkly lover like Edward, but a mix of sexual, adorable, funny, sassy, and something still very human that would make his vampire easily a romantic comedy or teen movie. He'd be the type to go around telling people he's a vampire, almost trying to scare them, and no one would believe him because he just doesn't seem like the type. And he'd drink blood out of those girly reusable athletic cups with straws in public, with no one actually knowing it's blood. He would be a lot like the vampires from My Babysitter's A Vampire, but with a twist of sexuality, and something a little more brooding. Because deep down he has realized his curse - being stuck between death and life for an eternity and having to kill to stay strong - and accepted it. He would just be the perfect main character, as well as the fact that he just embodies every aspect of every kind of vampire that has been portrayed on screen before.
  • Hoshi/Soonyoung: Summer Adventure/Feel Good Flick
  • Some of my all time favourite kinds of movies are the feel good summer movies about teens going on adventures and making some kind of growing leap or major character development over that summer. Like Now and Then, Whip It, The Sandlot, or the Goonies (which yes, I know that one was set in the fall). I feel like the spirit of these kind of movies also embodies a lot of music videos, like SHINee's View, which I really love. Hoshi himself is perfect for this kind of movie because he is a feel good summer adventure in human form. He's all the happiness and bright parts, all the interesting dips and turns in the plot that really keep the movie going. He's all the road trips, all the eating snacks out of crappy gas stations, sleepovers in rickety tree houses, bon fires on the beach, the best kind of montages to a great summer song (maybe Adore U?). Overall he's just a happy, bright little puppy that makes you feel really happy and bright like a great summer vacation and a great summer movie.
  • Wonwoo: Werewolf
  • As much as Wonwoo could be the ultimate emo vampire as well, I believe that his darkness can be channeled into hairy beast of the full moon. I was torn between him and Coups for this genre, but ultimately moody with a touch of puppy cuteness won out over heartthrob. I also feel that he has the mature side of a werewolf thriller or romance, and the silly side for when the genre is targeted toward a younger audience, like the show Teen Wolf (which I love, all time fav). And I mean he's just dreamy, and doesn't everybody have some weird werewolf kinky deep down?
  • Woozi/Jihoon: Magical Fantasy Land
  • My first thought with this one is Harry Potter. Woozi would be the perfect little pastel unicorn prince, slaying enemies with spells and making them bow down just with his cuteness alone. Even if it wasn't specifically Harry Potter, maybe it would be an Alice in Wonderland or Narnia, any magical fantasy would fit his personality and looks perfectly. The adorable shell with a serious, take charge and save the world undertone would belong there and make him the leader of the group or in any position of royalty if there was one - especially if there was some kind of magical "chosen one", he'd be it. Him just generally being ethereal, wise, and talented embodies this genre and if he was in a movie like this I'd watch it over and over again.
  • DK/Seokmin: Superhero Standby
  • There's nothing better than a good, classic superhero movie. Even the ones that are being made and coming out in 2015 seem to have all the classic elements to them, and that's what makes them so easy to love. Just like DK - he's a very classic kind of guy. Classic looks, classic humor, appears very easy going and easy to be around. That's why he would fit perfectly into the world of any classic DC or Marvel superhero (personally I'd go for DC, but that's just my preference). He could slip seamlessly into the role of ordinary citizen by day, and tall, handsome, muscled city saviour by night. His hero would be charismatic, loved by all, and not only treat the citizens as victims, but as everyday people that he loved and cared for. And if we really wanted to stir things up in this genre, DK wouldn't be the hero - he could be the shy, polite damsel in distress to our heroic female protagonist. Either way, Seokmin as a person has all the qualities of this genre - the humor, the drama, the energy, and the overall childish glamour that draws us all to loving superheroes and their adventures.
  • Mingyu: Low Budget Indie/Grunge Film
  • This is a very specific style of film-making, rather than a genre, that Mingyu (especially with his gorgeous silver hair) would fit into so brilliantly. There is a bit of cross-over between this and feel good summer movies, with movies like The Kings of Summer or Moonrise Kingdom, but the more unique thing I find about this genre is that the subject matter of these movies (mostly) is a lot darker. Usually of the nature of drug use and sex and abusive relationships. And what would our happy little Mingyu have to do with movies like this? It's really more about his aesthetic. Movies like this are all about aesthetic - there's entirely blogs dedicated to grunge, and a lot of movie screen caps end up on there - and his looks fit in perfectly. The sharply chiseled jaw, dark, smoky eyes, built form, and most of all, the silvery hair that really says grunge king. That and in my opinion, in the setting of one of these movies, he could turn on a dime from happy-go-lucky into the mystery, badass, soul punk that the story calls for. With an outfit change he could slip right into the world of a movie like How I Live Now, Hick, The Basketball Diaries, or a show like Freaks and Geeks.
  • The8/Minghao: Something Supernatural
  • One of the genres I definitely wanted to use was a supernatural one. Seemingly ordinary people having extraordinary powers (like the movie Push), demons and angels living in the suburbs, basically anything that would be the everyday plot of an anime. In this world, Minghao would be perfect in the role of the protagonist's best friend, the one who undoubtedly panics when he finds out what's really lurking in his world. But the protagonist would have nowhere else to go, no one else to turn to, possibly running from the government because of your abnormality, and you knew that Minghao would have your back. So you told him, disclosed to him all the freaky shit that goes on just under his nose, and at first he'd freak out. He'd deny it, he wouldn't really be able to cope. But then his heart would be right there in it. He would protect you no matter what, until his dying breath, doing anything to make sure you were safe. He would be the air of lightness, innocence, and maybe even comic relief that this genre needs.
  • Seungkwan and Vernon: Buddy Cop Movie
  • I know it might seem a little cheap to have two of them under the same genre, but you can't tell me these two wouldn't be the perfect pair of buddy cops. Just like Starsky and Hutch or the girls from The Heat, they'd have the perfect combination of bickering and die hard friendship to make their movie interesting and heartwarming. Seungkwan would be the paper work minded, rule driven, uptight cop that would be 100% about justice and putting the bad guy away, but doing it right. He would probably have some cheesy sap story from when he was a child about why he wanted to join the force in the first place that Vernon would brush off, but it would really get him in the gut. Vernon himself would be more of a dirty cop. He'd have more of a skewed idea of justice, but he'd get his bad guy no matter what it took. He would also be one to make jokes and ignore his paper work and this would bug the hell out of Seungkwan to no end. Together they would be the perfect cops, always get their man (or woman), and have a few laughs along the way. (Personally I would kill for this movie but that's just me.)
  • Dino/Chan: A Chosen One Story
  • This is the Divergent, Maze Runner, or maybe even Hunger Games type of story. Even though stories like this can vary drastically in their setting and details of plot, they usually do have a lot of aspects in common. Dino has all the traits of a protagonist in this kind of story; being young and uncertain, but having a great, strong heart and likely being able to overcome whatever is thrown at him with a smile. Even if he himself wasn't the Chosen One, he would make a great supporting character/best friend to the protagonist. I'm not really sure how else to go about explaining this, but Chan would be such a great character in a movie or even a series like this.

…Good Morning.


Mama Bear Mode ACTIVATED!

New concept for a TV show

 Mockumentary-style sitcom that is a sequel to Beauty and the Beast, in which the Prince formerly known as Beast learns to adjust to life as a public figure. He and his family claim that he was “held hostage by the beast” and have to hide the truth.

Awkward reunions with his overbearing parents, the king and queen (who had claimed he was dead and held a state funeral for him) and his annoyingly perfect little brother, Prince Charming, who was appointed the dauphin while he was stuck as a beast. Trying to figure out basic tasks in a human body. Knowing absolutely nothing about the culture and events of the last ten years. Belle tries to help, but since she’s a huge NERD, she often makes things worse.

Meanwhile, a subplot about how Gaston survived his fall from the tower but smashed his arm and face, losing his strength and looks, and tries to make his way in life without these advantages.

The trailer for the show ends with the Prince and Belle being interviewed for some talk show and this happening:

PRINCE: So, that’s how I’m planning on– you know what, I’m sorry, this shirt is really itchy against my skin. Is it okay if I take it off?


BELLE: No. NOOOO. Keep your shirt on!

PRINCE: What? She said it was okay!