shit i have to tag this all

oh my goodness ok. i was honestly gonna wait until i got to 3k followers to do this but idk i’m just so happy and so just idk…grateful that you guys exist and are so lovely. i know the rp community has its downsides and it’s bad qualities but from what i have seen from my followers the good far outweighs the bad and i am just so appreciative of all of you guys and how sweet you have been and how patient you’ve been with my flakiness on this account with all the hiatuses and losing muse and shit. it’s honestly because of you guys that i am even still here at all. like you guys are the best and i just cannot say it enough. thank you so so so so much.  i am going to try not to leave people out but obviously i cannot tag every single one of my mutuals otherwise this post would get insanely long. just know that i love you all, even if i don’t tag you. ( it’s not personal i promise )

THE REAL MVP’S ;;  y’all have been with me since the beginning or you’re just my bros from irl and i love you

@spookyprofiler @tcnebrism @holydooley @citysaviour @citystarlet @anarchiisms @antagxnized @earnedstripes @agenths @hooyahs @averagearcher @legacyappetite @dolorcsa / @harvalle @bloodslain @depthdweller @earthsideal @wovenintoreality @madehiswar @amademonster @minikent + many more tbh

and a collective list of people i love that i happen to be mutuals with which still sometimes surprises my dweeb ass

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A New Series

I know a lot of you liked Thirty-Six hours, but that plot is complicated as all fuck and I don’t have the passion for it. Tbh I should have kept it as a one shot, so I’m just going to scrap it.

However, I have been mulling around with an idea for a new Reader x Mafia!Dazai on my alternate canon timeline. It’s darker and more appropriate for older readers–not that I’m going to stop anyone from reading it but I’ll tag/put warnings– and it explores more of the ‘what if’ aspect of Dazai remaining in the mafia and being given the choice of light or darkness without Odasaku having to die. 

I wrote a lot of my ideas for it down already, and it will be something I do between answering my inbox but I’ve had this idea for awhile and really want to try my hand at writing something gritty, dark, and more based on the inner turmoil of characters rather than the lighter side.

There will be smut and romance and a bit of angst regarding other characters of the series that are affected by this alternate timeline. It will heavily focus on the Dazai/Akutagawa dynamic as well as Dazai/Odasaku in the background but the main focus will be Dazai/Reader and the blossoming of that relationship. 

Ahhhh I don’t wanna give to much detail I’m just trying to warn ahead of time this isn’t going to be some cuddly cute nonsense~

anonymous asked:

How can i access ur fics???

Hi anon they’re mostly on AO3:

All my relevant fic tags or links are found on the side bar or at the top if you’re viewing on mobile. I’ve hyperlinked it all so it should appear despite tumblrs stupid mobile app formatting.

Let me know if it’s something you can’t find. A few of my fics are Ao3 users only just because some people have started selling my shit on ebooks and stuff lmao 😡


Yikes all you antis could at least have some respect and tag your shit with antisheith no need to ruin our tag with all your goddamn negativity just because we’re all happy there were lots of moments in this season and you’re salty.

I ship klance as well as sheith and I’m not hating on anyone because they didn’t have that many moments so chill and tag your shit correctly so we don’t have to read your bitter ass posts.

List 6 random facts about yourself and then pass it on to your 10 favorite followers!

Thanks for tagging me @imhereforbvcky :) Umm lets see random and still interesting…

  • My favourite food is potatoes. Boil ‘em, mash ‘em, stick 'em in a stew. Perfection.
  • I really like languages and can speak French at a pretty high level. I’m also learning Chinese and Icelandic cos why not.
  • I’ve been to 13 countries and have lived in 4.
  • I hate packing. I’ve been known to pack for long trips the morning of.
  • I do CrossFit and powerlifting competitively. I’m not the strongest but I have fun and that’s all that matters.
  • I’m a terrible artist, but I do a fairly decent job at doodling flowers.

I tag: @thenightmarebeforebucky @beccaanne814-blog @iwillbeinmynest @rosekgold @whatsbetterthanfantasy @cassiopeiassky @oneshot-shit @wordsturnintostories (I know some people don’t like posting personal stuff so if you don’t want to do this don’t feel like you have to)

anonymous asked:

How does you draw perfectly? How does you draw males and females? I'm very bad in drawing. Sorry bad english.

I’m very flattered! I’m not very good at teaching, but I did draw a general idea on what I usually do:

and then I draw some other shit:

I only have a few notes on the differences between these two:

  • Females are curved or circular type of shape
  • Males have a square type shape
  • Females have a wider pelvis 
  • Males have broader shoulders

Those are my main differences, but always be aware that everyone has different body types!

Like I said, I’m not great at explaining things, but I do recommend this tutorial that actually help me improve on bodies. I also recommend sycra, kelpls, and proko all have various tutorials on drawing!

I also have an art ref bog where I reblog tutorials,  and yes I do tag them (shameless self-promo)

of course everyone has a different way of learning, and have different art styles, I only advise you to be committed if you want to improve, it will not take you a day. 

I know lots of people who say they are bad at art, but I think otherwise, for every artist is different and there is no bad art nor good art, as long as you enjoy what you are doing, you’ll make a masterpiece!
I hope to see your art in the future!

lululablette  asked:

i knew some deep shit happened with paul, pat and tom (and ofc tord duh) but i never rly knew WHAT. (i'm in the EW fandom for a month now so i have some catching up to do) i'm a shipper. but like for once people: be like me : do NOT tag/ stalk REAL people. do not. just. don't. just draw/write your shit and basta. don't go stalk people for that. it's really rude. (wow did i just say all this, sorry for the bad english)

^^^ Yes. I’m gonna type that again for emphasis.

do NOT tag/ stalk REAL people. do not. just. don’t. just draw/write your shit and basta. don’t go stalk people for that. it’s really rude.

(don’t worry about your english, it’s fine!)

anonymous asked:

Cuomo and Gillibrand getting ready to tag team takedown the Giant Cheeto in legit New York style

the two of them, along with nearly the entire california delegation, are not fucking around at all. mad respect to them. maxine waters has been kicking ass and taking names as always, and i’ve been loving ted lieu on twitter. he’s from california and one of his most recent tweets reads:

“Was charged $2.99 for coffee listed at $2.59. That’s why I have trust issues. Oh, and the fact that @seanspicer at #WhiteHouse makes shit up.”

he also posted this outside of his d.c. office:

if any of y’all live in california and this man represents you, stop by his office when he’s home and shake his hand for me.


My darling @all-bam tagged me in this fun thing…. 😍😍😍😍

Rules: List 5 or 10 of your favorite kpop groups. Put your very first bias of each group and name the MV you first saw the member in.

btw not in order apart from…. ya know #1….. and all of these have essentially changed to stanning every member by now so don’t hold me to anything lol

1. GOT7 / Jinyoung / Just Right
2. SEVENTEEN / Vernon / Mansae
3. BTS / Taehyung / Dope
4. iKON / Jinhwan / Apology
5. WINNER / Jinwoo / Empty

I shall tag.:….. @gotsichi7 @milquess , @yaassjjp @soulmatesjjp , @pettyjinyeong and @yugbm !!

finalhazard  asked:

My personal prediction for the Amy+Cream+Sally issue is that at one point Cream is just gonna get fed up with Sally babying her and is gonna be like "I'M NOT A CHILD I'M A FREEDOM FIGHTER" and then proceeds to kick ass with Amy in the background like "HECK YEAH THAT'S MY SIS"

Oh boy, do I seriously hope your prediction comes true! It truly would be nice if Sally didn’t continue to coddle Cream and they simply got along and kick ass. But a big part of me wants to see Cream tell that chipmunk off for all the shit she tossed at her throughout Shattered World and demonstrate her capabilities right then and there XD 

Exactly! That’s why I’m so mad about this! Amy and especially Cream have yet to really interact with the other Freedom Fighters, with Sally being the only exception! Yet, in a time where they can easily tag along with Bunnie, Antoine, Rotor, or pretty much anyone else, they have to tag along with Sally Acorn again! I’m sick to death of Sally Acorn and I was hoping that I can see my two favorite characters in action alone or with another character I like, or at least indifferent to. But nope, they gotta share spotlight with her again, and Sally will no doubt hog a good percentage of that god damn spotlight because she’s Ian’s favorite. Ian just has to shove his stupid pet everywhere, especially in the spotlight for Amy and Cream, the latter desperately in need of actual contribution and action within the spotlight which she oh so rarely ever gets!

fucking hell can we not express any vaguely unhappy sentiment without legions of cis women feeling the need to show up and remind us of all the shit directed at them as if we ever fucking forgot. or were ALLOWED to forget. like jesus christ I KNOW why you all feel justified in your behaviour. IT IS SHOVED IN MY FACE ALL GODDAMN DAY. I can’t even read a shitting article about difficulty in accessing my own bloody healthcare that’s not splattered all over with cis women’s (INCORRECT) assumptions about our thought processes and reasoning that basically subsume us into being a subset of their own issues. get the fuck out of my life.


mccree’s filling his flirting quota before going on a mission with reyes

punkegg  asked:

hi i just want to know what you think is the problem with bbc's sherlock?

It’s not a matter of “what do I think” is the problem. The problem is, whether I or anyone thinks it exists or not. 

Like, for starters, the fact that Steven Moffat, the creator, is a biphobic, homophobic, misogynistic, fatphobic and all-around piece of shit. [link]

Some stellar quotes include, “women are needy”, “women spend all their time hunting for husbands”, “asexuals are boring”, “bisexuals have too much sex to even bother watching his shows”, “gay characters are going through a phase”.

Or, quick google search for the two stars of the show and “problematic” 

Bendyback Cucumberpatch: [link], [link], [link]. Particularly ugly quotes include him calling autistic people “Frankenstein’s Monster” and “man infants”; saying that he (a man who inherited his fortune from slave-owners) pities JLM because he has to play Sherlock in Elementary “to feed his children”, misgendering and dead-naming Chelsea Manning, and defending a rapist.

Martin Freeman: [link], [link], [link]. Highlights include: calling Lucy Liu “a dog”, defending islamophobia, saying the n-word, joking about date rape.

And that is just the people involved in the show! I mean, it should be enough of a reason to say, yeah, this awful show that is giving a lot of money to bigoted people should be cancelled because bigots don’t deserve to make money, right? But the show itself is also a piece of flaming garbage.

BBC Sherlock is Sexist

“The three recurring female characters who were actually important to the plot were all linked by two traits. Firstly, they’re all romantically linked to one of the two male leads, and secondly, the events of this episode transformed each of them from being independent humans to acting like orbiting satellites, helpless to the gravitational pull of Sherlock’s personal storyline.”- [“His Last Vow,” Part 2: Women, eh?]

In many ways the Holmes stories are a perfect fit for Moffat’s skill-set. The puzzle-box plotting, the 24/7 bromance, the fetishisation of “masculine” reason over pesky “feminine” emotion, all suit him right down to the ground.- [Is Sherlock sexist? Steven Moffat’s wanton women]

The patronizing of women litters “An Abominable Bride.” It distracts the viewer from the layered narrative that visits a contemporary Holmes, who is self-administering an overdose of hallucinogenic drugs to facilitate a visit to the snigger-inducing “mind palace” (he might as well call it his man cave), that whisks us back to the Victorian period and the setting of Conan Doyle’s original compendium of tales. - [Sherlock (Still) Has a Woman Problem]

It appeared, at first, that “The Abominable Bride,” with its interest in women and women’s rights, was an attempt on the part of the show runners to address some of these criticisms and to create a progressive, less offensive show. Instead, it turned out to be one of the most sexist episodes ever. - [Psst, “Sherlock,” Your Sexism Is Showing]

The belief that lesbian women will somehow magically be overcome by the sight of a strong man is a popular misconception not just in pop culture, but in real life. Perhaps it’s unsurprising that Moffat, who has a clear idea in his head of himself as a mesmerizing Lothario, should “happen” to write a lesbian who falls in love with a thinly-veiled version of himself. - [WILL THE NEXT SEASON OF “SHERLOCK” BE LESS SEXIST?]

BBC Sherlock is Homophobic

But it wasn’t going to be just one joke. Let’s laugh at gayness became the flavour, not just of the episode, which was rife with “I’m not gay – not that there’s anything wrong with that. But I’m not. Gay. There’s nothing wrong with that, but it’s really important you don’t get the  wrong impression. Not that there’s anything wrong with that kind of thing.” - [Sherlock is one long gay joke]

The show’s pretty good but what caught my attention was the homo subtext with John and Sherlock. It really had the opportunity to be progressive here and have the two same-gender leads of an immensely popular and well-received show be more than just friends. (…) You don’t get to throw these things in there and then pretend like they don’t mean anything. You don’t get to tease the queers and the hetero girls who will ship it but then never actually put the queer in your show. - [Sherlock is the grossest example of queerbaiting]

On the most obvious level, Sherlock operates on a primarily heterocentric basis, and has a bad habit of presenting few and problematic queer characters. Out of six ninety-minute episodes over two series, there are a total of four (loose) mentions of queer characters, only two of which are of any serious importance. - [Queer Identities in Sherlock: A Study in Embarrassing Failures]

BBC Sherlock is Racist

However, in a text so concerned with updating the Victorian source material to the contemporary period, there is very little else to the representation of Chineseness; it seems that Sherlock Holmes can use SMS messaging and GPS tracking, but Chinese culture is rendered remarkably narrow via such reductive stereotypes.- [Sherlock and the representation of Chineseness]

Unfortunately Steven Moffat, who definitely has a problem with racism – his “modern” Holmes has faced down the Yellow Peril (“Blind Banker”) and dressed like a scimitar-waving Lawrence of Arabia to rescue Irene Adler in some sinister Middle-Eastern locale (“Scandal in Belgravia”) – focuses on the “exotic travels abroad” hiatus story instead of coming up with another reason for Holmes’ disappearance. So the first thing we see in the mini-sode is a montage that boils down to the Great White Detective benevolently lending his skills to bewildered and grateful brown foreigners. - [It’s official: Elementary has spoiled me for Sherlock BBC’s casual racism.]

Given that Sherlock Holmes – the master detective who possesses the power to bring duplicitous people to their knees just through the power of his insight – then why as a character could he not ‘see through’ the obvious anti-Chinese racism that appeared throughout the script of the 2010 episode of Sherlock entitled ‘The Blind Banker’ (S1E2)? - [Sherlock Could Not See Through the Racism]

This is the crap that Steve Thompson’s script for TBB gave everyone to work with: Soo Lin Yao, a fragile little porcelain Chinese doll; a stupid brute of a Sikh warrior; Japanese geisha nicknacks for sale in a Chinese…not a shop…the script calls it an emporium… The script also tells the production designer to put up images of every non-Western character set that comes to mind (as if Sherlock Holmes wouldn’t know the difference between Greek and Chinese and Hebrew and Arabic and … ancient hieroglyphics!?) - [A Strange Yellow Squiggle: Racism in The Blind Banker]

Suddenly, my heart sinks and I realise it’s all Black Lotus, Tongs (you should see my Terror of the Curling Tongs), drugs and torture. For are we not a cruel race, as the clever programme-makers have noticed? A series of killings and a trail of yellow-themed clues lead our intrepid heroes into the dangers of Soho Chinatown where even the shop assistants are … sinister. - [Sherlock and wily orientals: Blind Banker, Episode 2 review]

You can also check out [this gifset] by @heroscafe, which shows the most important people of color in the first season of BBC Sherlock. For reference, the most important people of color in S1 are: 

  • Ella Thompson, a black therapist who gets around two minutes of screentime and who Sherlock calls an idiot.
  • Sally Donovan, a black detective who gets something like five minutes of screentime and is constantly demeaned and insulted by Sherlock in her few scenes.
  • Soo Lin Yao, the Chinese girl described as a “fragile little doll”, who dies.
  • A couple nameless Chinese villains who end up all dead.
  • A black guard of the palace who has like five minutes on screen and nearly dies.

I’m not gonna bother showing you screencaps of the show because it’s been years since I blissfully deleted all my pirated episodes of BBC Sherlock from my hard-drive, but if you really don’t yet believe that it’s a pile of flaming shit, I challenge you to go look through the show and screencap the crowd scenes during the show. 

You’ll find that, except for the racist episode in China Town and the racist episode in the Middle East, all group shots/crowd shots are compromised nearly entirely of white people, with next to no people of color even in the background.

This is in itself racist, since the official demographics for London show that at least 40% (nearly half!) of the city is inhabited by people of color. [link] The construction of a reality where people of color should exist yet they are magically erased for no reason other than Moffat not wanting to have brown and black faces visible in his scenes is racist.

BBC Sherlock is also ableist and has abuse apologia

Today we understand that both the early-years environment and genetics play a role in the development of psychopathic personality disorder. Sociopathy as a term is defunct – please stop using it, Sherlock, psychiatry has moved on. - [Dear Sherlock, stop calling yourself a sociopath!]

So, Elementary fandom has talked about gaslighting before, and how it is used in abusive relationships. We’ve seen Irene/Moriarty do this to Sherlock in Elementary, and the same pattern appears in the newly-aired Sherlock with Sherlock and John. - [This gifset] by @stardust-rain shows how BBC!Sherlock is an abuser, which is never acknowledged in-show (unlike Elementary!Moriarty, who is explicitly described as an abuser repeatedly).

Other good reads

There are many things wrong with the BBC’s TV show “Sherlock.” People have been blinded by its lead actors and cinematography for too long. Underneath the admittedly stunning scenery and strong start, Sherlock is sexist and homophobic. - [What You Don’t Realize About Sherlock]

A brief glimpse of the new Sherlock trailer may have sent the internet into a frenzy (admittedly, much of it over John Watson’s moustache – WTF, John?) but, in what feels like a very long absence, has the BBC show’s claim to be the ultimate modern day Holmes been usurped by a pretender from overseas? It may seem heresy even to ask – but is Elementary actually better than Sherlock? - [Why ELEMENTARY Is Better Than SHERLOCK]

By the time I decided to finally watch Elementary rather than just make jokes at its expense, the entire first season had aired. Like Sherlock, Elementary season 1 was concerned with establishing the relationship between Holmes and Watson, and the villainy of Moriarty. On both fronts, it was vastly superior. - [Why ‘Elementary’ is better than ‘Sherlock’]

When Elementary premiered on CBS back in 2012, it drew heavy comparisons to BBC’s Sherlock. Sherlock’s rabid fans were not too pleased that there would be another Holmes-based series on television. They bashed the premise for being a rip-off (how you can rip off an interpretation of an iconic character in literature is beyond me) and the casting choices. However after watching three seasons of Elementary, I can firmly say that it is miles better than Sherlock for a couple of reasons. - [WHY ELEMENTARY IS BETTER THAN SHERLOCK]


yooo rn these are pretty much it? they might change when i get to know some characters better or see other headcanons I like so much I integrate them into my art but YEAH

basically, nobody is straight