please lord i can't

i can’t believe having same-sex couples who come from completely different worlds, help each other discover themselves and make each other feel things they’ve never felt for anybody before is Freeform’s Gay Agenda™  


westratenick: Two days til the end of #TurnAMC and I am raising a glass to the great @heatherglind! Our Anna Strong and my good friend made life in Virginia just the best. Craig and Barry couldn’t have found a more interesting, complicated, brilliant actor to tell Anna’s story. Here’s to you, @heathergibs! #StrongTownsend

-we are number one plays in the distance-

Quand j’ai envie de faire pipi et que ColocG est en train de se laver.

Ça devient une habitude alors je me sens obligée de le mentionner encore et encore et encore, surtout parce que je ne peux pas réviser quand j’ai très envie de faire pipi.

When you’re watching a historical period drama and chemistry messes with history…

Originally posted by skyblu4

This is the only example I can currently think of, but I’m so conflicted. I started Victoria, fully prepared to fall in love with Albert and Victoria, the royal couple were known to love each other dearly, as opposed to other royal couples…

Yet, watching Victoria, I can’t help but fall in love with Lord M, and want him to be with Victoria, Jenna Coleman and Rufus Sewell have this gentle chemistry where they are like kindred souls to each other. 

Damn you, Daisy Goodwin for making the decision to delay Albert’s introduction to near the end of the first season and focusing on Lord M. He is just written so well, he feels like the leading man in a classic British rom-com. 

But we know how history goes and to be honest, as much as I want Lord M and Victoria to be together, I’d be more pissed if they went completely offcourse with history and fabricating an affair or relationship, while I think they haven’t hit the mark with Albert and Victoria yet (I’m still rooting for them to because I don’t think it’s awful, we just love Lord M more and I do love the story of Victoria and Albert in real life), I’m still wanting to see the story of Albert of Victoria.

I’ve always hated it in historical dramas based on real people when they completely make up facts that almost disrespects the history of the people. Like in Phillipa Gregory’s books - In The White Princess, she has Elizabeth of York in love with her Uncle, Richard III and they had a fully blown affair while in the book she negatively compared her marriage to Henry VII to her relationship with Richard III and Henry VII has an affair with Catherine Gordon and rapes Elizabeth near the beginning. 

And I get embellishing facts for dramatically for entertainment purpose but in the case of The White Princess, I found it almost offensive to the real Elizabeth of York and Henry VII because evidence has shown that these two people were genuinely in love, Henry VII was a doting father and husband and there is no evidence that Henry raped her before they were married, there was no evidence that Elizabeth and her Uncle were lovers just that there were rumours of him wanting to marry one of his nieces for political reasons (War of the Roses).

So I think Lord M and Victoria will happily be in my crackship (God, he’s so perfect) because personally I think it’s more important to honour the people that you are portraying and the people that you are writing about. But I am still rooting for Albert and Victoria and I hope they can find other ways to use Rufus Sewell in future series because Lord M is great, but they need to do it in a way that doesn’t make me go “Why aren’t you with Victoria!?”

Sidenote: After Victoria, Jenna Coleman and Rufus Sewell need to find a project together where they can fully capitalise and explore their chemistry.


I know there is a pretty popular theory that Ash is the Seelie Queen’s and Sebastian’s son, but I think it might be the First Heir (the Unseelie King’s firstborn, mentioned in page 578).

As I understand it, time in Faerie is different, it is slower perhaps. Mark says he didn’t age while being with the Hunt even though 5 years went by.

So by that I assume that even if the Heir is supposed to be 200 years old, he appears to look only 13 because of how time works in Faerie. I know that the Unseelie King has had 50 sons since then and that all of them have aged. But maybe wherever it is that Ash is being kept, there is a protection or a warping of time to keep him young?

The legend is that the First Heir was murdered, but I don’t ever trust someone is dead unless we see a body. And I doubt Cassie included that story for nothing. And Dru sees Ash on page 561 and 17 pages afterward we are told this story of the First Heir. It cuts it awfully close to be a coincidence.

yuyuisakura-hime  asked:

"You can't die. Please don't die" for Lord Ieyasu please! I just finished his route and I'm loving it so much! XD

This is literally two months late and I am so sorry! Please accept this as my very very late gift aha.  (;゚Д゚) My deepest and sincerest apologies.


“Unless you want your skull devoid of a scalp, I suggest you leave me be.” Ieyasu held his vitriol close to himself when he was in a state of panic. His fingers had always been precise enough for a doctor’s, yet they trembled as he wiped off dried blood that crusted her arms.

“You shouldn’t be moving right now.” Toramatsu’s voice was still firm with conviction yet reluctant all the same, and Ieyasu couldn’t help but feel the urge to strangle him then and there. He couldn’t, though. Not when Toramatsu had been saying nothing but truths. Ieyasu had been covered in about the same amount of bandages she was.

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