sorry i couldn't get a good pic


[requested by anonymous]


Bones Straining Under the Weight by weathervaanes

Stiles licks his lips. “I just…never thought about it, never considered, you know, that some people can’t hear. It’s kind of blowing my mind because, I mean as you can tell, I read your blog religiously and I never thought, well I don’t know what I thought you would be like.”
Derek looks at him without giving him a single hint and then pulls a pen out of his pocket, dragging the napkin Stiles was torturing away from his fingers and under his pen.
He slides the paper back to Stiles. Disappointed?
Stiles laughs, rubs his hand over the back of his neck. “No, not disappointed. Not at all, actually. Intrigued. And, uh, a little bit excited. I mean, your food is how I survived college—literally. I thought I was going to die with the bad food I was eating.”
Derek smiles and scribbles down on the napkin again. I take that as a compliment.
Stiles grins. “It is. Though I have to call you on the false advertising, good food alone will not get you laid. I think you’re giving your work too much credit for your conquests.”

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hello !! im ash & body posi is a v tricky thing that im Not Too Good at just yet , but i wanna get better 💫


Hi everyone! This is something I’ve been wanting to do for a while now. As you may or may not know, I am an enby, a person who is neither a boy or a girl. To be specific, I am gender fluid. Because of this, I tend to favor androgynous fashion, which is all very well and good, but it presents a problem. I am one of those people who was assigned the word “girl” at birth, and because of this, when people see me in skirts, they assume I’m a girl that day, even if they are people who know about my gender identity. This bothers me. A lot. The fact that “androgynous” and “masculine” seem to mean the same thing these days makes no sense to me. So here I present to you an entire week’s worth of what I consider to be gender-neutral clothing. There’s skirts and pants, makeup and no makeup, even a wig. On all these days, I felt very in the middle with my gender, not quite a boy or a girl. Everyone, without asking, called me a girl in these outfits. Even my friends, who often ask what pronouns I’d prefer on any given day, assumed that makeup or a skirt automatically meant I was a girl. It wasn’t their fault, but it proves my point. Masculine should not equal androgynous, androgynous should have a healthy mix of both. Leaning in one direction or the other is definitely not a bad thing, but the gender labels attached to certain kinds of clothing can be a real problem. I’d like other people to respond to this post with what they consider to be androgynous fashion, whether adding their own pictures or making their own posts. Let’s remind everyone what androgynous really means.

If I have gotten anything wrong in this post, or said something offensive, please make me aware. Thank you for reading.

[today is my friend’s bday!! (@ask-the-usa | @catty-kitkat)

go send ‘em love bc kit is rlly precious and deserves the absolute best!!]

The world world was young,
The mountains green,
No stain yet on the Moon was seen,
No words were laid on stream or stone,
When Durin woke and walked alone.
He named the nameless hills and dells;
He drank from yet untasted wells;
He stooped and looked in Mirrormere,
And saw a crown of stars appear,
As gems upon a silver thread,
Above the shadow of his head.

anonymous asked:

Hi melly, just want you to know that they change niall seat his behind Drake that's what the pic from AMAS says. Have a good day.

Somewhere, Liam screams in agony at Drake once again alluding him. “Get it together, Liam,” he whispers, as he takes out his phone and fires off a text to Niall. “I want to know what he smells like Niall,” he types quickly, hands blurring over the keyboard with a purpose. “if possible, please get an updated list of all skincare and hair products he uses.” Liam looks out the window and sighs.  Will his time ever come?