poor booking

I saw @propshophannah‘s post about Manon in a crown and attempted to sketch it because I was already looking for a reason to procrastinate

Lame adaptations and sequels are always like, “how can Mina go back to her stifling Victorian marriage after her experience with the dark, seductive Dracula??”

Meanwhile, Mina marries her best friend, who she’s known since they were children, who she share common interests with, they build a home together, work as partners, make immense sacrifices for each other, support each other through their traumas.

Guys, a marriage isn’t stifling and restrictive just because two people… get along, I guess?

According to one of the books the reason chekov became chief of security in the movies is because he was rejected from command school for being too immature but he still wanted to be in charge of people so he went to security school instead

Sisters in the snow

posted by reddit user MCDexX

I remember it like it was yesterday, although it was decades ago.

My sister and I had been fighting again, like we did so often, like I suspect most sisters do at that age.

This fight got more heated than usual. I screamed an obscenity at my sister before turning to storm out of the room, but then my neck suddenly whipped back painfully and I realised she was yanking my hair. In pain and shock, I spun around and slapped her hard across the face.

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My friend is reading TWoK for the first time. She sent me this text, while reading the chapter just before Sas Nahn:

I was feeling like a very bad friend…

A few minutes later:

And now she understands.

it is YOUR book, you can

  • break the spine
  • draw/write in it
  • put sticky notes
  • place it somewhere dirty
  • rip pages out
  • bend pages/fronts/backs

and everyone else should keep their mouth shut and stop with the “how could you do this to your book?”/”the poor book”/”oh my god your such a bad person for doing this” WHAT THE FUCK come on guys, do with your book what you think is right and let other people do with theirs what they think is right.

‘This is instructive. I’ve seen you put half a dozen men in the dirt without breaking a sweat.’

'Not right now, I couldn’t.’

'I can see that. You’re relieved of your regular duties in the morning.’

'That’s nice of you. I can’t get up. I’ll just lie here. Or did you need something?’

'Oh, how did you know?’ said Laurent. 'Take me to bed.’

—  Prince’s Gambit, C.S. Pacat