I will most likely get a copy then, this sample looks promising.
Though I admit I’m disappointed to hear he didn’t like Beyond the Law, especially if he writes about “implicit male affairs in Westerns,”! Actually after reading this quote I was wondering, not for the first time, why BtL doesn’t get brought up in writhing about gay subtext in westerns, at least not that I’ve seen. I was thinking maybe that a large factor is that from what I’ve read those analysis tend to focus on sexual subtext while BtL’s subtext definitely learns more towards romantic. But I’m beginning to think the real main reason BtL is largely forgotten is just that as a movie it isn’t very good when approached through the lens most critics see through. It’s still my second favorite movie of all time (behind only A Bullet for the General) and I think it deserves to be remembered more because it’s very fun and sweet. But I get it, there are a lot of plot holes and a lack of thematic consistency that not everyone can overlook.
i start school again tomorrow so i thought i’d write a small and quick thing before heading to bed. hope these are fine. i personally have really curly long hair so i love when ppl brush my hair. what about y'all? i hope u meant that ur asking the boys to brush ur hair and not the other way around. shoot me a message if i got it wrong tho!!
Noctis would be a little hesitant to brush your hair if you asked. Like he doesn’t even brush his own, can’t you tell?
If you have long hair and it’s tangly and you’re tender headed he won’t even touch you and tell you to do it yourself. But if you’re not tender headed and don’t have too many tangles then he’ll do it.
He’ll be gentle and slow, he’ll make sure you’re hair is 100% tangled free. Even if it might take a while.
He’d get really into and ask if he can braid it or something.
If you have short hair then he’ll brush through it no problem. He’ll even attempt to style it like his.
No, he will style it like his and you’ll be wondering what’s taking so long and then you go to the mirror and see that you’re hair looks like his. Fight him, because he tangled it to hell.
Prompto loves hair, he watched those videos on how to braid and style it in all different types of ways.
He’ll be super gentle if you’re tender headed but if not then he won’t be afraid to really get on there and get those knots out.
At one point Prompto really wanted long hair so that’s why he knows a lot about of hair and stuff.
He’ll end up braiding your hair, doesn’t matter if your hair is long or short, and he’ll be super proud of his masterpiece. And take a million pictures. You wouldn’t even want to take it down because of how good it looks.
Gladio would straight up be like, “no. do it yourself.” He has to brush his own hair and he hates it. So he definitely wouldn’t want to brush someone else’s.
He’d only brush your hair if you’re sick or sore, or broke your arm or something. And he’s not exactly the most gently person when it comes to brushing hair.
He’s super fast and rough, like this dude has no chill. He wants it be over will as soon as possible. Like he does the same thing with his hair. But he’ll try to be gentle with you.
Don’t expect a fancy braid or bun because all he knows is the simple braid and a ponytail. Still hasn’t mastered the bun art yet.
Similar to Gladio he’ll say no, but he’s more teasing about it. He’ll be a smartass and probably say, “Oh, don’t you have arms that work perfectly fine. Surely, you don’t need me to brush your hair. You’re a grown woman/man.” And smirk.
He would eventually brush your hair if you beg him enough.
He’s actually the best at brushing hair. It’s like wtf, how can someone be so good at a task this simple? It’s really soothing and soft, he’s so gentle. He makes sure not to pull out your hair.
Ignis is the best at brushing hair. 10/10. You’d tell the other boys and Prompto would definitely be asking Ignis to brush his.
New Orleans’ Garden District and Why You Need it in Your Life-
My first time visiting New Orleans was when I was 20 years old in the middle of a national tour with only one day to experience and enjoy it as much as I could, and I did. I immediately immersed myself in the culture and fell madly in love, as if I just discovered who I was and what I truly loved. Typically when people think of New Orleans they think barbaric college kids, mardi gras beads, or a rundown urban ghetto… which in a sense is dead on if you have tunnel vision, but there is SO much more to this city.
The Garden District/Uptown area is my absolute favorite neighborhood of anywhere I have ever been. The area was originally developed between 1832 and 1900 and is
considered one of the best-preserved collections of historic Southern mansions in the United States. What initially took my breath away was the architecture. I have always had a profound love for opulent, mid-1800′s architecture including Greek Revival, Colonial, and Victorian styles such as Italianate, and Queen Anne, but had never seen them so vast in person. The second showstopper was how the foliage abounds far and wide; from the tree lined streets, to the lush gardens nearly every home possessed. It is positively one of the most visually appealing places in the United States.
Below I have comprised a list of 10 places you MUST enjoy during your next visit to New Orleans in order of how they appear above. Enjoy:
1. The Wedding Cake House This ostentatious Victorian, Georgian revival mansion is one of the most prominent and recognizable historical residences along St. Charles Ave. Can you imagine an entire neighborhood of these? Built in 1896-Located at 5809 St. Charles Ave.
2. The Carroll-Crawford House The elegant, but dark Italianate design with the fine cast-iron double galleries will always remind me of the first time I saw this type of architecture… Disneyland’s Haunted House; it was surreal. Built in 1869-Located at 1315 First Street.
3. St. Charles Street Car You can hop on at several locations along St Charles and Carrollton and jump off at the French Quarter On Carondelet/Canal St. or vice versa AND it’s only $3 for a day pass.
4. Lafayette Cemetery Known for its old, often crumbling, and occasionally open, above ground tombs, Lafayette is easily one of the most fascinating cemeteries you will ever visit. Although St. Louis Cemetery is generally the first sought after by tourists due to it’s location in the French Quarter and the graves of more celebrities, Lafayette is much more serene and picturesque cemetery that you could probably spend hours in. Established in 1833-Located at: 2010 Washington Ave.
Tips: There are gates on each of the roads around the cemetery, but only the Washington and Sixth St are unlocked. Also, there is an awesome coffee shop across the street called Still Perkin’.
5. Blue Phoenix This is a wonderful place to acquire metaphysical and new age supplies including: herbs, oils, incense, amulets, cool candles, crystals, voodoo dolls and other spiritual supplies. Located at: 4304 Magazine St.
6. Sucre An Uptown sweet boutique that features an assortment
of handcrafted, luscious chocolates, fresh gelato, one-of-a-kind pastry
masterpieces and super-premium coffees. Located at: 3025 Magazine St.
7. Audubon Park This is a beautiful Uptown park that borders both the Mississippi River and St. Charles Ave. with a great set of walking/bike paths and plenty of benches near the lake, under the overgrown, live oak trees, also adjacent to the Audubon Zoo. Located at: 6500 Magazine St.
8. Commander’s Palace You will find this place at the top of every “Where to Eat in New Orleans” list. Located just across the street from the Lafayette Cemetery, this large, but intimate Victorian house is the perfect place to get some of the best Southern food New Orleans has to offer. Located at: 1403 Washington Ave. Established in 1880
9. Dos Jefes Cigar Bar If you’re interested in a more relaxed, but entertaining place to enjoy your evening, Dos Jefes features live jazz with great top shelf liquor and there is never a cover charge. Located at: 5535 Tchoupitoulas St.
10. Hubbard Mansion B&B This is an exquisite family owned business located in the heart of the Garden District that offers five exquisitely furnished suites in the Main House, and two
executive apartments. The beautiful rooms
recall the grandeur of 19th century New Orleans. The St Charles Street Car stops right out front for a convenient, quick ride to the French Quarter. Located at: 3535 St. Charles Ave.