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•~ Prompt List #2 ~•

A/n: I decided to go shorter with this one and then add on as I find more interesting and plot provoking phrases. Majority of these are direct quotes from media so you might recognize a few, and others come from a mirage of prompt lists I found.

If you don’t know the drill just pop by my ask box and leave me a number and character and I’ll get it done :)

#1: “Promise me, promise me now that loving you will always be this easy”

#2: “I was halfway up the aisle! I’ve been waiting all my life for this. I was just seconds away, and then you show up!”

#3: “Growing up my family said it was stupid that I was afraid of the dark, well, jokes on them now. I was just preparing myself for a day when perhaps I might run into flesh eating shadows, so there.”

#4: “You can spend the rest of your life with me. But I can’t spend the rest of mine with you.”

#5: “I don’t love you anymore.”

#6: “I know you like to think we have this connection, but maybe it’s because I happen to be the person who saved your life? So, why don’t we leave it at that.”

#7: “But I’m in love with you”
“And that is what makes this all so sad.”

#8: “I know it isn’t much, but it’s ours if you say yes.”

#9: “Nothing is gained by you being a sentimental idiot!”

#10: “I’ve been thinking, and I’m sorry. But I’m going home, I’ve got to.”

#11: “I know you’re lying because I’m a liar and it’s written all over your face.”

#12: “Because life is short and I find you absolutely riveting.”

#13: “If you love me, trust me and let me go.”

#14: “And I know you better than anyone else.”

#15: “I’m the one that’s always been there for you! Not him!”

#16: “Go on to bed, I’ll keep a watch out for the monsters.”

#17: “Well I’m so glad you seduced me with your charming awkwardness.”

#18: “I know I’m a handful, that’s why you’ve got two of them.”

#19: “Why can’t you just admit that we’re lost?”

#20: “Tell anyone and I’ll murder you and sell your body parts for money.”

#21: “One word of you and I’ll smack you so hard you see the curvature of the Earth.”

#22: “My aunt used to live in Paris, she used to tell me stories about living abroad.”

#23: “That was my mother’s/father’s.”

#24: “I am trying to be polite here but you are really testing my patience.”

#25: “You’re married it should be no-sided.”

#26: “Can I keep you?”

#27: “I don’t want to fall in love.”

#28: “You trust me and I trust you, that’s how this works!”

#29: “I don’t know what I’d do without you, I really don’t.”

#30: “I forgive you.”

#31: “I’ve had a merry time with you.”

#32: “Must you go?”

#33: “No you’re too tall and bossy, and you’re nose is all funny.”

#34: “She’s gone, you need to let her go.”

#35: “Some days are just bad days, that’s all. You have to experience sadness to know happiness”

#36: “Well there’s no need to be so dramatic.”

#37: “Sh, I’m going to take care of you and you will be alright.”

#38: “They’re all gone now, my friends my family. All gone.”

#39: “Why didn’t you tell me?”

#40: “Well, what do you keep telling me for? What am I supposed to do? I’m nothing special.”

#41: “Maybe I’m getting the signals mixed up. Maybe I wanted something special to be there and there just isn’t.”

#42: “See the problem with that is I’ve grown irrevocably fond of your face so you can’t leave.”

#43: “I knew you were clingy but this is really going to a bit of an extreme isn’t it?”

#44: “Honestly you’re like a child, there’s just no talking to you once you’ve got an idea in your head.”

#45: “I love you but why do you make it is so complicated for yourself to love me back?”

#46: “I want to tell you that I love you, and I that I want to marry you and grow old together, but you’re not ready for that. So go, live a little and I’ll be waiting for you”

#47: “You can’t just forgive me, what I did was unforgivable and you’re so angry with me that you don’t even know how to handle it, but you’ve always been the pacificst.”

#48: “I am really trying to stay away from you, to do the right thing.”

#49: “If you choose this, choose us, you know where to find me.”

#50: “I have loved you for so long, but you. You’ve never even noticed.”

#51: “I grew my hair out for her and I don’t even think she’s noticed.”

#52: “I have earned the right to be seen.”

#53: “I wanted to marry you.”

#54: “I wanted you to care.”

#55: “I would never hurt you, no matter how frustrated you make me.”

#56: “I would rather die than let you turn your heart to darkness.”

#57: “It’s not as important as you are, it’s not worth a single hair on your head, not to me.”

#58: “I think you have singlehandedly lead me to the brink of madness, and you didn’t even know it.”

#59: “I’m a little embarrassed to admit how much power you actually hold over me.”

#60: “It’s okay. If I can’t make you happy anymore than I have no right to keep you. You deserve so much better than that, so it’s okay. You can go.”

                          ÇARŞAF GİYMEK HAKKINDA

Ahzab Suresi'ndeki cilbab ayetinin tefsirlerdeki karşılığı çarşaf, car olarak geçer.Ömer Nasuhi, Konyalılı Mehmed Vehbi gibi son asır müfessirler dahi tefsirlerinde cilbabı tarif ederken; çarşaf, ferace diye açıklamışlardır.

Ümmü Seleme Annemiz; çarşaf ayeti indikten sonra Ensar kadınları kara kargalar gibi büründüler, diye buyurmuştur.
( Ebu Davud 4101)

Bu rivayet çarşafın renginin siyah yahut siyah gibi koyu olması gerektiğini bildirmektedir.

Nitekim 1725 yılında çıkan bir fermanda kadınların elbiselerini süslü giyinmesi yasaklanmış; böyle yapanların ve bu halde sokağa çıkanların elbiselerinin kesilmesi, üçüncü kere olursa o kadının İstanbul'dan sürgün edilmesi emrolunmuştur.
( Kadının Tarihi Dönüşümü sh. 37)

Yine Birinci Dünya Savaşı sırasında siyah eteklerinin boyu kısa olan kadınların polis zoru ile sokaktan men edildiği kayıtlara geçmiştir.
(Batılaşma ya da Batılılaşma sh. 339)

1889'a kadar İstanbul Hanımları ferace ve yaşmak kullanırlardı. Lakin bir Ramazan günü Feraceli bir genç kız, güzelliği tam örtmedigi için bu haliyle gündüz vakti saldırıya uğrar. Bunu haber alan Abdülhamid Han fermanla ferace ve yaşmakı yasak eder. Artık İstanbul Hanımları çarşaf peçe kullanmaya başlar. (Fahrizade İbrahim Midhat-Hicab)

Osmanlı İstanbulu'nda resmi kıyafet çarşaf ve peçe idi. Ve şehir kadınları tenha sokaklarda çok nadiren peçelerini kaldırabilirdi. İstanbul sokaklarında ilk manto ise 1917 kışında ortaya çıkmıştır.
(Batılaşma ya da Batılılaşma sh.247)

Cumhuriyet Devrimlerinden sonra Halkevlerinin 1940lara kadar, çarşafa açtığı savaş ve çarşaf çıkaranlara bedava MANTO dağıtması (dönem gazeteleri bu haberler ile doludur.) Çarşaf'ın ne kadar bizden yani İslam'dan olduğuna delil olarak yeter.