tag your stuff!

  • Mr Kubdel: Jalil is kinda irresponsible, I'll give the watch to Alix instead
  • Alix: *breaks watch within an hour and goes on a murder spree*
  • Mr Kubdel: Why are my children like this

Not identifying with a binary gender is okay.

Not identifying with any gender is okay.

Making a new term for your gender because you can’t find anything to describe it is okay, and it doesn’t make you a special snowflake.

Not putting a label on your gender or using a non-specific umbrella term like nonbinary or genderqueer is also okay.

However you identify is 100% valid and 100% okay and you don’t have to justify it to anyone.

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me @ those haters who’re trying to smear super junior members

Bunny Kaede! I commissioned this from @mecchu, thank you so much again~! <3
Their commission info: Click!

I made this list up to help me out with my OC developing so feel free to use it as well!

If you wanna join me just tag your stuff #GTKYOC so I can take a peek : ^ ) (might make a blog later and reblog all the stuff in the tag!!) 

Feel free to add onto this or do your own version too! 

i forgot what i was going to put as the caption…

anonymous asked:

Any tips on how to subtly make a (good) protagonist spiral down and become evil/the villain?

Aw yeah! I love this idea and I can’t believe I haven’t answered this sooner, sorry anon :/

It’s mostly about dropping subtle hints the whole way through, but here you go:

  • Morbid childhood. It doesn’t even have to be morbid- having a tendency to pull of dolls heads, ripping their siblings pictures up then blaming it on someone else, drawing rather graphic images, etc.
  • Make them mad. Have a person that’s making them insane.
  • Have a reoccurring incident that makes them more and more frustrated.
  • Toxic characters are key.
  • Deceitful characters. Make the protagonist oblivious as to what is happening to them.
  • Mind control, controlling actions.
  • Have a villain become friends with the protagonist and snidely dropping hints and unanswered questions that lead the character to insanity or curiosity- depending on their self awareness.
  • Just plain curiosity. Being overly interested in the dark, villain-worthy traits and not thinking twice about it.
  • Guidance from friends, siblings, family, the new kid who moved into town and is making it there goal to befriend the lead character, etc.
  • Denial of something, leading them to be rebellious.
  • Rebellion in a whole new light! Make the character rebellious and have them not understand what they’re getting themselves into.

Drop any ideas ya’ll have! I think this is a really clever thing tow rite about and I definitely need to have a go at it- not to mention get better at it… Good luck with your story though! Lots of love from Yasmine xox

‘Where’s your helmet?’ 

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guess who has no impulse control and watched the leaks it’s me!!!! I love the pearls so much I’m going to marry them ALL

You know what my younger, eleven-year-old sister said after hearing Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story?

She said, “The orphanage isn’t what makes me sad. It’s that [Eliza] did all that stuff and then no one even knows her. No one tells her story.”

That stuck with me.

My mom loves telling people at parties just how ‘bright’ I am and how I’m always reading something, she does it all the time.

Mother. Stop. I’m reading gay fanfiction.

So, okay, there was this day, at this party, and she did it again but this time she took my phone off of my hands to show them (It was in english, not native, so no one knew what I was reading) and I SWEAR TO GOD, one of them suddenly had this look of recognition on her face and she fucking winked at me.

And that’s the story of how my mom’s friend knows I ship Sterek.