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anonymous asked:

hottest misha gifs in your opinion

Ho buddy,  ho friend,  oh baby, oh darling … you asked for it

*furiously digs through the contents of her phone*

Okay … let’s start off mild:

He’s so serious and brooding … mmm

Okay,  now some sweet-hotness:

Oh the sweater and the eyes and the adorable dad-ness

Okay,  what about some dressed up/ flirty smile Mish:

What about sex-face Misha? 

Or bamf Misha? (I know some of these are Cas gifs but it’s still Misha ok? )

I mean,  c’mon …

And what about his arms in this one:

Fuck me sideways …

Umm … yes

Okay … this one is just too adorable:

And then there’s all this bullshit:

How about confused/skeptical/sexy:

And everyone deserves to see Misha taking off his pants …

About-to-have-an-orgy-Misha:

And of course …

And what would this list be without shirtless,  panting,  moaning Misha? 

Alright that’s it for now.  I do have more,  but I’m legit getting a headache from staring at my phone. 

I hope you enjoyed– what am I thinking? 

OF COURSE YOU DID! 

My Soundless boy, Aosh!! Mr and me started heart of thorns just recently and this boy is definitely going to struggle quite a bit with Mordry- I really wanted to do another art of him for a while, there’s so many nice gw2 arts out there!! Very inspirational

Also yes I combined two headgear pieces in one here. I want the face-armor but also the pretty carapace sort of wing-horns, FITE ME-

...to that one alone.

Speech is of the society.
Words are of the mind.
Sounds are of nature.
The soundless is of the beyond.

Thus, if one gets identified by one’s own speech, that one will belong to the society.
If one gets identified with one’s words, that one will belong to the mind.
If one gets identified with one’s sounds, that one will belong to nature.

If one dissolves in the soundless silence,
then to that one alone the realms of the beyond will yield - to that one alone.

~ Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev

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Jungkook x Reader ft. Yoongi

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2018 is the Year of the Dog! Here’s 5 Books to Celebrate

新年快乐 - HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR! 

If you like books, dogs, and celebrations as much as we do, you’re in luck, because it is the year of the dog and we have the perfect books to help you celebrate Chinese New Year! (To learn a little bit more about Chinese New Year customs, we’ve prepared a little run-down on our post at PenguinTeen!) 

Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Dao

Author Julie C. Dao found inspiration for this dark East Asian fantasy reimagining of The Evil Queen legend in the epic Chinese dramas her mom loved to watch while she was young. Inside this mesmerizing read, you’ll meet the ambitious Xifeng who is convinced she is destined for greatness. The thing is, there is an (amazingly) dark price to become Empress and things get crazy in best way. In short, your girl Xifeng was not born in the year of the Dog. And if you need more convincing than that, the sequel Kingdom of the Blazing Phoenix hits stores this Fall!

Book Zodiac: Forest of a Thousand Lanterns hit bookshelves in 2017, the year of the Rooster. If you were born in 1981, 1993, 2005, or 2017, you’re likely the life of the party, hardworking, and always on the move. Ergo, we’d love to go to a Chinese New Year party with a bunch of Roosters!

Outrun the Moon by Stacey Lee

Mercy Wong lives in San Francisco’s Chinatown in 1906. Her family lives in poverty and the one thing she wants more than anything is an escape—which she hopes to find at the St. Clare’s School for Girls where only the wealthiest white girls attend. But on April 18, a historic earthquake rocks San Francisco, destroying Mercy’s home and new school. What remains is the choice to move forward and fight for her community, or crumble in the face of tragedy. If you need to get things done this year, Mercy will be the best role model out there for you.

Book Zodiac: Outrun the Moon was originally published in 2016, the year of the Monkey. Monkeys are known for their intelligence, curiosity, and a healthy dose of mischievousness. You’re a Monkey if you were born in 1980, 1992, 2004, or 2016!

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BTS Reaction - when you refuse to make noise during sex

So I took liberties a little bit from the original request, just to make sure they weren’t all too samey.  Forgive me. 


Seokjin

“Jagiya, what’s wrong?”  Jin directs the question up to you from where his head is nestled between your breasts, and even though there’s concern in his eyes it doesn’t do anything to still the graze of his thumb across your swollen nipple.

You’re confused; nothing’s wrong.  It’s just the opposite, in fact, and when you lift your head from the pillow to look down at his painfully handsome face and he sees that befuddlement in your expression Jin smiles kindly, turning his head to briefly kiss your breast.  

“You’re so quiet,” he explains further, and suddenly you understand what it is he means.  

You and Jin have only very recently started having sex - in fact you could probably count all the occasions on just one hand - and the last time you had your boyfriend had very firmly planted his over your mouth to silence you.   With no explanation at the time, and none afterwards to speak of either, you’d taken it to mean that you were clearly too loud in bed and that this wasn’t something he liked nor appreciated.  So of course, in an effort to please him and save yourself the embarrassment, this time around you’d made a considered effort to bite your lip and keep all those usual moans in.  It wasn’t easy, by any means.  

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American bookhaul (dec 27th 2015 - may 19th 2016)

Autumn is magical on its own: It’s the season of the PSL, turning leaves, sweaters, and the promise of change in the air. That’s why there’s something special about reading fantasies in the fall – they heighten the experience. So we’ve rounded up the 9 with top-notch magic, legends, curses, power struggles and romance guaranteed to add some sparkle to your TBR:

1. An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir

Who: Soldier Elias, slave girl Laia, and a slew of others fighting for what they want the most.

Where: The Martial Empire, a cruel and violent society reminiscent of Ancient Rome.

Why: Scimitars, the most terrifying mother in existence, underground revolutionaries, but above all  – the feels you can only get when faced with grit of the human spirit.

2. The Young Elites and The Rose Society by Marie Lu

Who: Adelina, a malfetto who was left with scars and dark powers after a massive blood fever.

Where: Estenzia, Kenettra, and other cities where Adelina seeks refuge, understanding, and eventually…revenge.

Why: Up close and personal with the rise of a villain.

3. The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Ahdieh

Who: Sharhzad, a 16-year old who volunteers to marry the Caliph of Khorasan, who’s been taking a new bride each night only to have her executed in the morning.

Where: Khalid’s palace, amongst luscious grounds, sumptuous feasts, and the ever-present threat of death…

Why: A protagonist who will win you over with sass and spirit, and a romance that will keep your heart pounding into the night.

4. The Falling Kingdoms series by Morgan Rhodes

Who: A princess, a rebel, an adopted royal, and a firstborn son whose fates have become intertwined.

Where: The kingdoms of ancient Mytica, where magic has been forgotten but a deadly unrest is simmering.

Why: Betrayals, bargains, and battles make this THE series to read if you love Game of Thrones.

5. A Book of Spirits and Thieves by Morgan Rhodes

Who: Sisters Becca and Crys, who live in modern-day Toronto.

Where: Toronto AND ancient Mytica, where Becca gets transported to when she touches a mysteriously-delivered book.

Why: You don’t have to have read Falling Kingdoms to jump into this spin-off of world-bending high stakes and romance, a dastardly villain with the power of persuasion, and the unearthing of family secrets.

6. Soundless by Richelle Mead

Who: Fei, who lives in a mountain village where there is no sound…until one night, when she hears a searing noise, and it becomes her weapon.

Where: The jagged cliffs of China, where the original myth Soundless was inspired by took place.

Why: A journey to truth through mountains of lies, legends, and love. 

7. The Glass Sentence and The Golden Specific by S.E. Grove

Who: Sophia Tims, who comes from a long line of family explorers and cartologers and has lived with her uncle since her family left on an urgent mission and never returned.

Where: Boston in 1891, ninety-two years after the Great Disruption of 1799, when all of earth’s continents were flung into different time periods. 

Why: A time-bending world you won’t want to leave and a heroine you won’t want to forget.

8. Eon and Eona by Alison Goodman

Who: Eon, who’s training to become an apprentice to one of the 12 energy dragons of good fortune…except he’s actually Eona, a girl who’s been masquerading as a boy since females are forbidden to use Dragon Magic.

Where: A world of deadly magic and struggles for the Imperial throne.

Why: Kick-ass girl power meets dragon lore? Yes please.

9. The Inventor’s Secret and The Conjurer’s Riddle by Andrea Cremer

Who: 16-year-old Charlotte, who lives on the edge of Britain’s industrial empire with a group of refugees.

Where: An alternate 19-century America where the Revolutionary War never took place and now Britain rules the globe with horrifying machines.

Why: Perilous secrets, romance, and adventure under the looming shadow of machines that might henceforth enter your nightmares. 

10. Frozen and Stolen by Melissa de la Cruz and Michael Johnston

Who: Natasha Kestal, a young blackjack dealer looking for a way out of her life and into a mythical land called “the Blue.”

Where: New Vegas, a city blanketed in ice.

Why: An addictive world, a fiery romance, and danger and deceit on every corner.