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anonymous asked:

Hello! So there is a thing called frisk resort now. Will UF frisk be attending? @frisk-resort

I’d love to make my baby attend that Frisk Resort thing! Also, I wanted my Chara to go to the Chara Haven thingy too, but… I soon realized I would not know what to do once they’re there, and anyway I am too lazy to actually go and meet online people?

So yeah, it would be nice, but I just dunno…

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On the set of her clothing line debut, Serena Williams talks about the most romantic thing a guy has ever done for her, that time she tried body bowling, and the one sport she’s actually bad at.

anonymous asked:

Hi so I was wondering what your favourite eighth year fics are? I'm pretty sure I tried to ask you this before I'm 99% sure I made a million typos and you were wondering what the fuck I was trying to write. If you gave some then awesome but if you don't that's cool too. Thanks!!!

Hi! I’m sorry if I didn’t reply when you asked before! It’s very hard sorting only a few favourites 8th Year fics because there are just so many amazing fics out there. But I think you can start with pretty much any of these and find something awesome.

Master Work by  mahaliem (R, 35,1K)
Summary: Harry’s eighth-year at Hogwarts is going about as well as all the others. Someone is out to get him, Aurors keep questioning him about the final battle and, worst of all, Draco is determined to repay his life debt to Harry.

The Ties That Bind Us by faithwood (NC-17, 27,8K)
Summary: An accident leaves Draco and Harry bound tightly together. Literally.

Something I Don’t Want to Stop by traintracks (NC-17, 16,2K)
Summary: It’s Harry and Draco’s eighth year, the Houses have been all but demolished in favor of unity, and they’re being forced to room together. How ever will they cope?

He Was He and I Was a Bunny by  bryoneybrynn (NC-17, 37,6K)
Summary: he war is over and “eighth year” is about to begin at Hogwarts. But for Harry and Draco, nothing is quite the same. Harry’s looking for an escape, Draco’s looking for a friend. Does a little black bunny hold the answers for both of our boys?

This Is a Test by Oshun (R, 8,8K)
Summary: This is an Eighth Year at Hogwarts story in which Harry and Draco are a couple of months into a relationship which began during the summer immediately following the defeat of Voldemort. In the absence of old friends and enemies, and during the first flush of a new relationship, everything has gone swimmingly until they found themselves back at Hogwarts for an extra post-war year. Draco can be anxious and prattish, while Harry finds it hard to give up saving the world. It might involve stupidly creative use of a time-turner on Harry’s part that could threaten to overturn recent history and put even the defeat of Voldemort in jeopardy (well, that last part’s perhaps a bit of an exaggeration, but sounds like a good hook!).

At Your Service by faithwood (NC-17, 95,7K)
Summary: Hogwarts students are in danger; Harry is determined to save them all. There’s only one thing he knows for certain: Draco Malfoy is somehow involved.

Symbiosis by  fireflavored (NC-17, 20,K
Summary: sym·bi·o·sis (sĩm'bē-ō'sĩs) n. Biology A close, prolonged association between two or more different organisms of different species that may, but does not necessarily, benefit each member.

The Frog Prince by  fantasyfiend09 (PG-13, 7,6K)
Summary: ‘I will retrieve your ball, but in return you must bring me into the castle and care for me. You must feed me from your plate, protect me from harm, and let me sleep on your pillow.’

In Plain Sight by  oldenuf2nb (R, 37,5K)
Summary: Draco Malfoy had stopped believing his wishes would be granted long ago. He could perhaps be forgiven for being startled, then, when one of them came true.

Twice as Much as an Earthquake by @firethesound (NC-17, 18,6K)
Summary: Accidental bonding. Breaking and entering. Conspiring, however unwillingly, in the strange one-man war Malfoy’s waging against detention. This isn’t the normal school year Harry anticipated having, but at least it’s not boring.

Mission Impossible by simeysgirl (PG, 5,5K)
Summary: It was their motto: Never a case too small. There were, though, cases that were maybe a bit too big.

Golden Age by @lol-zeitgeistic (R, 52,7KK)
Summary: The Celtic druids once made a decision that kept magic in abundance in Britannia, but they couldn’t account for the technological advances Muggles would make centuries later. Now magic is dying on the isles, and this is not a dark lord that Harry can fight. OR: Harry Potter doesn’t save the world this time, but he does get a lot of hugs.

The Wolf Pack by @dracogotgame(PG-13, 13,6K)
Summary: Nobody said achieving your animagus form was easy. Draco could handle being a wolf pup for a while, right? How bad could it be?

Checking out the Opposition by birdsofshore (NC-17, 6,1K)
Summary: Harry and Draco seem quite wound up after their latest game of Quidditch.

Right Hand Red by lumosed_quill (NC-17, 74,1K)
Summary: Harry felt Malfoy’s breath on his lips as they came together over the bottle, hands firmly planted on the floor as though they each needed their familiar soil, refusing to cross into enemy territory. // Except that Malfoy no longer felt like his enemy. // Malfoy felt inevitable.


Like I said, it was very  hard. In fact, I have a list of 8th Year fic that include over a hundred recs (because I’m a maniac like that. ^^). It’s here: Extensive 8th Year Fic Recs, and trust me, I wanted to include every fic listed there here, so please check those as well. :)

And please, please don’t forget to leave all the love to the authors who share their stories with us. They deserve all the love. <3

anonymous asked:

Do you think Connie and Steven are each other's first romantic love? Evidence? How do you think their relationship will progress throughout the series?

Does it being my ship count? Didn’t think so.

I mean, I certainly don’t see it necessarily becoming an aspect of the show itself- unless we’re planning on going a good three-four years into the future- but I see it, yes.

They’re destined to fight together, even if there isn’t some big war (Steven the peace-maker may very well stop that idea in it’s tracks, which is cool). She might help protect the corrupted gems, or even the New Crystal Gem(s). Connie is a knight, and deserves to be treated as such.

They form Stevonnie, not on a mission-basis like the gems do, but on an emotional basis. 

The first time was in response to Connie’s first time dancing in front of someone, and they both seemed incredibly affectionate to each other when they did so, just laughing and having a good time like kids their age should be.

The second was on accident, from having fun and dancing to some of Greg’s songs.

The third was in direct relation towards their trauma and anger towards Kevin.

Connie’s gone against her mother’s orders, despite never having done so before in her life, in order to help Steven defend himself about Gem Mutants.

“My Connie!” is pretty self-explanatory, though I’d like to think, for the whole idea of them being equals, that there’s a “My Steven” as well.

I know I’ve already said this but I wanna reiterate; Connie literally decided to learn sword fighting for the express purpose of helping Steven protect the Earth (also ‘cause she likes weapons) AND SHE’S STILL ONLY TWELVE. That is some serious dedication. 

Steven was willing to break off their friendship for the sake of keeping Connie safe. Connie was, at the time, in the same amount of danger as any of his other human friends (she wasn’t even taking lessons at the time; she was just another friend) but Connie specifically set him off.

And so on. 

I see them growing up together, dealing with gem stuff; Connie will become an adult much faster than Steven, which might lead to some awkward times.

On the radio they were talking about game show design and described one that had contestants guess the results of bizarre polling questions posed to the American public. Once during their one season run, the polling company contacted them to make sure they hadn’t mistyped anything in the question and they really wanted to ask it. The question was “Have you ever been decapitated?” 4% of Americans said yes.