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Back in the fall I got super inspired by this outfit from @cosmashanti​ (the outfit link goes to a reblog on my main blog because the original post has been deleted) and decided I needed to recreate it for my mayor! And then when I was done I realized it was October and my mayor would freeze in the short sleeves… so I made a long-sleeved version to match!

Mairin likes to wear this dress with the star hairpin, black tights, yellow buckled shoes, and heart i. balloon - but it goes well with a pretty wide variety of items~

If there’s a wide enough demand for it, I might try to make a matching umbrella pattern… (or I might just make one either way because I want it) And if anyone wants a darker skintone edit just let me know & I’ll hook you up!

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every mitch outfit: ptxperience edition (part one) // (part two)

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“These are our Ghost Adventures.”

 Overview by @markhamillz[thanks for bringing up the idea for this Ghost Adventures AU!! ;)]

Judy: Is absolutely sure of the existence of ghosts. Mostly because she can communicate with them, and feels a need to help bring them peace.
Nick: Initially only joining for the paycheck, Nick at first dismisses Judy’s claims, but then sees evidence she may be for real. Is slowly starting to be more aware of the supernatural. Also, the crush on the cute bunny helps too.
Finnick: They promised him a paycheck. He still doesn’t know why the hell he’s gotta put up with this bullshit, but the paychecks are good, so he guesses he’ll deal with this insanity.”


Les Compléments d’Objets Directes (C.O.D)

What are C.O.Ds?

They’re basically the same thing as C.O.Is except you ask two different questions: What or Who? (Qui ou Quoi?)

Examples

Marc dérange Lucie
Who is be bugging?
Il dérange Lucie 
Marc la dérange

You replace the who or what with one of the follow pronouns:

Similarly to C.O.Is, the pronoun will always go before the verb or between two verbs.

  • Le paysage reflète le pays.
    • Le paysage le reflète
    • Le paysage ne le reflète pas
  • J’ai adoré ton portait original
    • Je l’ai adoré
    • Je ne l’ai pas adoré
  • Chad veut chercher la photo
    • Chad veux la checher
    • Chad ne veux pas la chercher

When do you use this?

Again, it’s something that you use constantly in english. Emily is bringing the drinks. Emily is bringing them. 

Sick!Sportacus headcanon time

• Not only does he run really hot, but he gets pretty out of it when he’s feverish. Someone could tell he’s running a fever just by standing next to him. He’s basically a furnace
• Illnesses hit him HARD and FAST. He could be fine one day and half dead the next
• Completely loses touch with his body when he’s sick and he hates it
• Totally a cuddler don’t fight me on this
• Seriously tho he gets insanely cuddly
• Gets super antsy when he has to stay in bed
• Like I’m p sure he’s had to be restrained at some point because he can’t sit/lie still
• His strict sleep schedule gets totally thrown off because of the fatigue from being ill, and so he has trouble sleeping when he should be
• Admits that he’s not feeling well but then insists that he’ll be fine
• Spoilers: not fine. He probably passes out like ten minutes later
• Forgets about his own body’s limits
• Has trouble letting people take care of him ‘cause he’s so used to being the one taking care of everyone else
• He doesn’t get nauseated easily since he moves around so much (and lives in the freaking air), but when he’s sick, all bets are off. Even a cold makes him lose his appetite, and he suddenly regrets living in his airship
• Sometimes accidentally sneezes uncovered
• Awkward nose-blower. He doesn’t wanna blow his nose in front of others so he just ends up with a runny nose that he constantly has to wipe. His nose gets super red and he gets even more embarrassed.
• A shy sneezer. Probably tries to stifle when he’s in public and gives himself a headache.
• Impossible to understand when he’s congested because of his freaking accent
• Suuuuuper sniffly