Summary: Dean has no idea you have feelings for him and you may or may not be acting irrationally about it.
Warnings: Angst, language, fluff, no smut but it’s implied.
A/N: For my girl @faegal04 ‘s 500 challenge celebration (also, HAPPY ANNIVERSARY BABE!) My prompt was “You broke my heart for the last time.” I wasn’t sure I was going to get this out on time, and it’s fluffier and shorter than I usually do, but I like it anyway.
You broke my heart for the last time.
Those were the words you’d scrawled before walking away, a bag in one hand, your car keys in the other. You’d left your cell phone and the knife he’d given you a couple years ago on top of the note on his bed, and left without looking back, hot wiring the first car you came to that was unlocked and drove away. You’d found a lone motel on some back road a couple hours later and holed up, not wanting to do anything but sink into a void and watch mindless tv for a lifetime.
You just wanted to forget everything that had happened.
EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK: Wires & Nerve, a Lunar Chronicles Graphic Novel!
Wires & Nerve, written by Marissa Meyer and illustrated by Douglas Holgate follows Iko, the beloved android from the Lunar Chronicles, on a dangerous and romantic new adventure – with a little help from Cinder and the Lunar team.
@witch yeah no definitely like…..it’s not ur responsibility to please then sexually…ur not Required ™ to do that!!! sex isn’t the most important part of a relationship and if u feel it shouldn’t be a part of it at all for ur own personal comfort and mental health, then they should respect that or u should be w someone who can
We just finished Final Fantasy 15 and I just … need to talk about the ending or rather everything starting with the events in Altissia so please, beware the heavy spoilers under the cut and send me messages of what you think or … I just don’t know right now. I’m totally confused and sad and kinda … angry?
Hello everyone! I was asked to show how I made my wings for my friend, Tia *I’m not sure if she has a Tumblr*
So, the materials you’ll need are:
-Tape (preferrably duck/duct or electrical)
-Towel + Sturdy surface
First thing you want to do is untwist the hanger and get it as straight as possible. From there, you’re going to shape it to the basic frame or silhouette that you desire for your character.
After shaping it, you’re going to twist the loose ends together and tape it to hold their shape, as shown above. **If you have any over hanging wire after untwisting, use your pliers and hundred power to to cut it off**
Next, You can decide whether you want your inner details to be out of wire or cellophane. I suggest using wire for wings that look veiny, like Tinkerbell’s, and cellophane for more mythical wings like in Winx Club.
I used copper wire because it was much easier to shape than the spare hanger wire. To keep everything together, I wrapped the frame in duck tape, making sure to lock in the detail wire. I also attached the inner wires to themselves the same way, but without wrapping all the way around. (Does that make sense???)
Next, cut out two sheets (or more depending on detail)of cellophane in any colour. (I used iridescent here). Make sure they are the same size or that one is bigger than another. Spray some adhesive on one sheet and put your wing frame on to it, *DON’T PRESS DOWN YET, your fingers will get sticky and it’s annoying.**
Spray more adhesive on the wire frame and also the second sheet of cellophane. Place the second sheet glue side down onto the wire frame and press well, but not too hard. You want the cellophane to get into the curves and corners of the wings, but you don’t want it to tear.
**That jumbled mess up there is all four wings glued down**
Then, heat up your clothing iron. I had mine set on Linen/Cotton, which is the highest setting for mine, I believe, but i did have it on the lower end of High. Lay down a towel on your sturdy surface and place your wing on it. Lay another, thinner (not TOO thin) towel upon it. Then, take your iron and just run over the towel where you know your wings are (I like to spray the steam from my iron before I do this).
Go over absolutely every area. Leave no stone unturned and pay special attention to the areas that the cellophane was restricted from adhereing to. I think I did this for about 5-7 minutes, lifting up the iron and towel occasionally to check the status.
Once the cellophane is heated up, it’ll look like the wire frame has been vacuum sealed. At this point, let the whole thing cool down and cut off the excess plastic.
Now, go into a well ventilated area or open some windows, because we’re going to be burning some plastic.
Using a lighter, run the flame gently over the trimmed edges to close up any gaps that may have appeared. BE CAREFUL, if you leave the flame there too long, the platic will burn away, creating a hole that may travel.
**NOTE: If you want to create burn patterns, quickly and I mean QUICKLY bring the the flame to the areas you want to burn out. You have to be fast so that a giant hole isn’t created.
Once that’s over with, pick your favourite way of securing wings to your back and you’re finished! I embedded my wings into the back plate of my armor using styrofoam. But you could also make them like corsetwear or affix them to be like a back pack of sorts.
The next day, Melanie & Rose started out having some breakfast together. While eathing breakfast they talked about all kinds of things, but one of them was money. They were running low and had to find a way to get an income. Rose actually quite liked the idea of having a career in athletics, so while Melanie did the dishes, Rose got a job.
After breakfast Rose did some fitness and Melanie started wiring her first book so she could make some money too. When she had been working for a while, Rose asked her to go to the park with her to take a break from writing and maybe get some inspiration. Melanie happily agreed and they started their trip to the park with playing chess.
Trenches were equipped with a variety of ‘bomb stops’ to prevent an enemy who entered the trench grenading his way along it. This barbed wire gate, in the Cambrin Sector held by 1/7 Sherwood Foresters in September 1917, could be shut to bar and attacker’s progress. The sentry is wearing 1914 pattern leather equipment.
Photo & Caption featured in Tommy: The British Soldier On The Western Front 1914-1918 by Richard Holmes.