poisoner's apothecary


“A Witch’s Kitchen”
If you didn’t know I was a witch, coming over for dinner would certainly be a surprise.
Pc: me/ @barberwitch
And yes, before you ask, this is in fact my kitchen and no, I wasn’t boiling children

justangrymacaroni  asked:

Hello Duke! *curtsies* I have a Shakespeare question for you. I'm planning on writing a little somethin' somethin' for my next year's drama class; a parody on Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet. It involves actors who have played the same roles for years being forced to be in a different play. Basically I want to have Romeo play Hamlet and Hamlet play Romeo. (So Romeo shouting at Juliet to go to a nunnery during the balcony scene. Whoop.) Any tips on a fun scene for a Romeo playing a Hamlet? Thank you!

*Curtsies* This sounds like a really fun idea. My first thought was this: remember how hard Romeo tries not to fight with Tybalt? He could do the same with Laertes, and it could be pretty freakin’ hilarious. “No, I don’t want to fight you man, put that away!” Or getting his lines confused when he realizes the sword’s been dipped in poison. “O true apothecary! Thy drugs are quick. Thus with a kiss I die,” and boom he plants one on Horatio.

Zutara Month--Hidden

A/N: I suppose this fic is what happens when I’m shut indoors for two and a half days with nothing but Assassin’s Creed 2 and Skrillex. Atlanta weather be cray cray. I’m also super happy that the very first prompt for Zutara month happened to fit it. Hope everyone enjoys my first attempt at coming off my writing hiatus. :)

Warning: some violence and sexual imagery.


Prince Zuko of the Fire Nation does not consider himself a murderer. Or a killer. Or a demon, like the people have nicknamed him.

He is a protector. A guardian. He makes sure his city is kept in shape, for the good of his people. For the good of his throne and his father’s name.

Long live the Fire Lord.

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