they call it spelling for a reason

Given that I think “My Immortal” is a troll (with the reason generally being that author Tara references both Marty McFly and TOM BOMBADIL), I just reread it and I’m astounded by the effort put into it.

The spelling and grammar gets steadily worse over the course of the story, messing up simple words and even the main character’s name (variations on Ebony include Enoby, Enony, Eboby, and my favorite Enopby). The author gives frequent shoutouts in the A/N at the beginning of each chapter to someone called Raven, who she considers a friend and apparently functions as a beta. In chapter 16, Tara severs ties with Raven, expels/murders Raven’s character Willow, and changes Ebony’s full name to Ebony Dark’ness Dementia TARA Way. It’s suggested that they fought because Tara stole Raven’s poster of Gerard Way. By chapter 17, they appear to have made up and Willow is brought back with no further explanation.

The plot, of course, is just insane, but the story was obviously being read; Tara begins each chapter furiously ranting about “flamerz” leaving bad reviews, terribly misspelled. At one point, Ebony was referred to as a Mary Sue and she immediately tried to shut that down, citing “Satanism” and “depression” as flaws. She held each new chapter hostage, demanding a certain number (usually 5) good reviews before she would update. Assuming the spelling and grammar mistakes were intentional, the natural progression of them getting worse and worse is incredible. The difference between Tara’s A/Ns and Raven’s edited text is also astounding, although chapter 16, during their supposed rift, is not noticeably more poorly written than the chapters immediately preceding and following it.

The misspellings of character names and general slipups get worse and worse to the point that once, “Enopby” is referred to as “Tara”, and at another point, “TaEnby”, further to emphasize that Ebony is, in fact, the most obvious self insert in the history of literature. The reference to Marty McFly (he appears at the end of chapter 35 to spirit Ebony into the future) confounds me; Tara does not seem like she’d been aware of pop culture enough to have seen “Back to the Future”, given that she describes “The Nightmare Before Christmas” as this serious, depressing, Adult movie. She’s young enough to consider “he put his thingy into my tool” an accurate description of sex. Further, she references Tom Bombadil, a character in “Lord of the Rings” who I believe just shows up and sings for a while and is strongly implied to be God and then disappears, not really relevant to anything. He’s not even in the movies. Would Tara Gilesbie have read “Lord of the Rings” when she admits she’s never read the Harry Potter books?

Read through that lens (that this was an elaborate hoax), can you believe the rest of it was so organically terrible? Even now, 10+ years after the fact, no one can agree on whether this story is a troll, and until anyone finds out who Tara Gilesbie really is, it’s going to be impossible to know for sure. This is just crazy to me.

the fact that there are people on this site who didn’t even know what terf MEANT before seeing that one post saying “spell it out, trans exclusionary radical feminist, if you’re gonna call someone a terf” is just depressing as hell for… so many reasons

reasons why my grandpa is the best:

  • he made my wife and i (i’m a woman) a giant banner for our one year anniversary 
  • when i was pregnant, the baby was kicking and when he touched my belly, the baby stopped and he called him a little shit
  • he once called and left a voicemail asking how to spell styrofoam
  • he flipped a table bc he saw someone hit a dog
  • he beat skrim in 4 days
  • he served in the korean war and when he came home, he learned korean so if he ever ran into a korean vet, he could “give them the same respect he’d give an american vet”
  • my son has two moms and there was a “special guy in your life” day at his school for father’s day so my grandpa went and showed up in dress pants and a pressed shirt bc he “didn’t want to embarrass him”. also, there was a little boy who didn’t have anyone there and grandpa asked if he could be his “special guy” and the little boy beamed
  • he knows all of the secrets to the zelda games
  • he’s had 4 open heart surgeries and can still kick your ass

So I’ve been reading Ron Chernow’s book on Hamilton, and I’ve found some facts that I would love to be made into fanfics.

1. Washington called Hamilton ‘my boy,’ and the other aides called him 'Ham’ or 'Hammie.’

2. Alexander made many rides across the Hudson River, riding 60 miles a day, for five days, riding like a man possessed. He eventually had to stay in a town he was delivering a letter to, telling Washington in a letter the reason he was so late; “I have been struck with a slight fever, and severe rhumuthic (however you spell that) pains.” After he recovered, he was struck ill by a severe chill, and doctors thought he wouldn’t make the night. He did, and left, collapsing outside of Morristown. (Ham needs to take care of himself smh)

3. Washington brought out his anger on Hamilton.

4. Alexander’s relationship With John is called the most intimate relationship he had in his entire life.

5. Lafayette referred to himself as Alexander’s brother, but he may have had a small crush on Alex.

6. Hercules Mulligan was Alex’s first friend fuck off Burr

7. Alexander’s horse was shot out from under him in the Battle of Monnmuth (however you spell that), was badly injured, and had to retreat.

The Promised No-study SAT Tips

I saw that a lot of you wanted these~ Disclaimer: You still have to know English and the basics of math for these. This goes especially if you’re not a native speaker - your English needs to be at a pretty good level.


  1. Read. A lot. Whenever you see a text that’s at least a paragraph or two long, take time to practice skimming. If you’re bored and have a little time, take something, for example a food wrapper, and try to find occurrences of a word (for example “Acid” for food) as quickly as possible. Hard mode: look for synonyms.
  2. Practice filling out the answer sheet. This is a massive time-sink for a lot of people, so you should practice to eliminate it. Print out an example answer sheet and try filling out the circles quickly and accurately without distracting yourself a lot. Hard mode:Try doing it while not focusing only on the circles - look away or start thinking about the next question.
  3. Check. A lot. The main goal of this strategy is to leave yourself enough time when you’ve filled out an answer for each question when you’re calm, know the questions and can focus on checking. Try and go through the questions, thinking, “This question tests this and that.” If you have the time, look at each answer and identify the error in it (harder for the math questions, but loads of fun if you can do it).
  4. Think in patterns: Whenever you’re stuck on an example question, don’t just check the answer. Try and understand how the person found it, if this question is similar to others you have seen. The SAT only uses a few different types of questions, there will rarely be something to surprise you if you know the common patterns.
  5. Rest: The SAT is a very demanding exam. Give your brain time to relax - my advice would be not to do anything mentally strenuous the day before the test. Also, something I found out from competitions - bring chocolate. The sugar in it helps your brain work better and shrug off tiredness and eating it will draw blood away from your brain, effectively hibernating it for the break to conserve energy. Also, it’s just a really tasty snack!


  1. Use the right format for the essay. There are a lot of easy points for using the four/five paragraph system. Introduction, Reason 1, Reason 2, Conclusion. Begin each paragraph with a topic sentence and follow up with a story from your life or a book/movie to illustrate it. This way, even without using fancy vocab or grammar, you can get the points for structure and critical thought. Now just try not to make any obvious spelling mistakes and call it a day!
  2. Try to quickly find an argument for the essay. They don’t actually rate how intelligent your argument is. So, take a minute or two, breathe deeply, and no matter how stupid your idea is, write it out. (You might still want to take caution with sensitive topics, especially if you’re an international. A dumb mistake I made in my first sitting was bashing on American charity - that definitely did not endear me to the proctors.)
  3. Paragraphs: You have to have experience reading - look at how the topic never changes abruptly. Insert sentences that link what’s written before and after the gap. Final sentences of paragraphs shouldn’t raise more questions.
  4. Sentence questions: Skim through the questions. Try to answer most of them, the first thing that comes to mind, and fill out the answer sheet immediately. Chances are, if it sounds good to you, it’s the correct choice. Do this quickly, then try and do the paragraphs. After you’ve done this, go back to the questions and start checking.
  5. They usually test for a few broad topics. Identify if each sentence fits one of the patterns and answer accordingly. For the others, try and think what error they might want you to make. If you know you have the time, look at each answer in turn and identify the mistake in it. The most common ways for you to change a sentence would be:
  • Fragments: Try and see if each clause has a subject and a verb. Example: “In the dim light, making his way through the cave.” -> “In the dim light, he makes his way through the cave.”
  • Subject-verb agreement: Make sure that the subject is the one actually doing the action and singular/plural match. Example: “Gathering stones, the river was blocked by the men.” Did the river gather stones? No.
  • Consistency: Make sure that something introduced one way is always referred to like that (don’t switch out ‘one’ for ‘you’ or ‘they’). Make sure there are no extra linkers (”Since I was there, but he went too.”). Check if any verbs change tense when they shouldn’t. Don’t compare apples to oranges (”His homework was as good as John.” -> “As good as John’s”).
  • Adverb or adjective? If it describes a verb, it has a ‘ly’. Example: “She winked playful.” -> “She winked playfully.”
  • Singular or plural? Make sure not to refer to a plural object in singular. “Pandas, numbering in the hundreds now, is an endangered species.”
  • Prepositions, linkers, all the small words Sadly, you’ll have to know how they’re used.


  1. Word fill: Note the answers that obviously don’t make sense. Mark the one of the others that sounds best to you (in the answer sheet, too!). If you don’t know one or more of the words, aim for simplicity. After you’ve quickly answered all of the reading questions, come back to these. Look at the relationships between the gap and the sentence - are you looking for a positive or negative word? Antonyms or synonyms to something before? Try and guess what unknown words mean. This way, you will probably be able to eliminate all the wrong answers.
  2. Reading comprehension: You are not tested for understanding the text. Keep this in mind. What you are actually trying to do here is quickly find synonyms. If the question asks for “Was Anna’s family a) warm b) cold c) the spawn of Cthulhu?”, chances are that the text contains “Anna’s relatives acted chilly.” or something like that. Read the first question. Skim the text until it comes to that topic, then look for synonyms of the answers. Don’t make deductions! If you come across a ‘general message’ or ‘tone of the author’ question, skip it and answer it at the end of the text. The other questions will be in the same order as the answers are mentioned in the text. Checking: If you have time, look at each answer and try to see what in the text could mislead somebody to make that mistake.


  1. Calculator use: My advice would be to not bring a complex graphing calculator. They just slow you down. Try and do most operations by hand, then use the calculator only for, well, calculations.
  2. Basic topics to know: You are expected to be familiar with how to rearrange equations (ab=1 is the same as a=1/b) and solve linear and quadratics; cosine and Pythagorean theorems; number representations of lines and their intersections; median, mean and mode.
  3. Solve like a crab! One of the best things I learnt in “Fun Math” classes was that problems are solved more easily if you work from the answer back. Try and see what you would need (in terms of information) to find the answer. Then look back to the text of the problem - is what you need there? In most SAT problems, it is, or you can easily find it.
  4. Visualise: Especially for distance or geometry problems, make a small chart of what’s happening. Make lines for the distances the cars traveled or draw that pesky cylinder. Try and see in your mind how different elements move and which stay the same.

I guess this is all that I can say for now. Of course, this is my strategy so it might not work for everyone or it might not work without practice, so don’t think it’s a miracle solve-all. I’m always open for questions about ideas or specific problems, just write an ask~ And good luck to all future test-takers!

Poem for Sabbats

Samhain begins the witches’ new year, and now Winter soon is here; the leaves fall, the harvest is done, so call your ancestors and let’s have some fun. 

Yule is the longest night, and signals the return of light. Everything is newly remade, and we wait for darkness to fade.

Imbolc we clean, cleanse and prepare for what the Spring may come to bear. Light the candles, light the fire, and build in yourself what does inspire. 

Ostara comes and Spring growth arrives, and all the Earth is truly alive. Winter is over and in it’s stead we bless our homes and our covensteads. 

Beltane, the fine May eve, we thank our gods for fertility. Bless the growing harvest and romance as we eat, drink, sing, and dance.

Litha is the longest day, the sun at it’s brightest but soon will fade. The Earth’s bounty is at it’s top, and abundance aids our spells nonstop. 

Lughnasadh, Lammas, both names are fine, herald the advent of harvest time. When fear and uncertainty are about, we ward our homes and both in and out. 

Mabon is a balance of seasons, where darkness and light remain within reason. The last harvest is called and the Summer is done, we give our thanks and farewell the sun. 

As every cycle begins once again, the wheel spins ‘round and we greet grandly Samhain.

Requested by @fish-egs. Thank you! :)

foryouathousandtimesover-b  asked:

Harry taking pictures with parents is the reason I am alive today. Need to learn occult spell so if I ever meet him I can transform into a 40 year old mom or dad. Dad would probably be preferred. [I think about this... A... Lot...]

He really loves showing older men love and affection

Look how cuddly he is with ben

Yet again

There’s no limit for his love towards James

Wanna eat some Ronnie?

Not weird at all

Calm down Harold

Too much

Hoerry™ exposed

Sure let’s give this man a head massage while on stage, why not?

Stressed out? Just call Harry

He just wanted to be the jam of a men sandwich

Too drunk?

Let’s cuddle then


anonymous asked:

A little question eheh, why do you call Nath "Tomato"? They call him like that in the serie? (I'm asking bc I'm from latinoamerica so I don't know if the english dub says that lol) sorry for the stupid question PD: YOUR ART IS FUCKING AWESOMEEEEEE *screams*

Just add a little tomato stem on him and WHOOP there it is! Personally, I call him that because I always forget how to spell his name for some reason…

- extra doodle -

Other People Can’t Make You a Witch.

Other people can certainly help you become a witch, providing advice or clarification, but they don’t seal the deal. They don’t mark the line between a craft you deem worthy and satisfying and one you do not.

At the end of the day, you are your own witch, not an extension of someone else’s craft. You have your own senses and reasoning; no witch is going to be better at making judgement calls about your craft. YOU decide if a spell is “good” enough to do. YOU decide if the spell was successful. YOU decide if that event was a strange coincidence, or something more.

There won’t always be someone there to validate you every step of the way. You’re smarter and more intuitive than you think. Trust your gut. Trust yourself to be right. Nobody else can do that for you.

Have another of my founders headcanons

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Here’s the thing; in my head, Helga Hufflepuff has always been a soldier. Yes, she’s kind and fair, but she also knows when a good hex or a punch in the face is the only solution. This does not happen often. She’s friendly and accepting and patient. But when someone threatens her friends, or her family, or her students, that someone better be prepared to have her wand aimed at them. Or better yet, a sword. Use what you know and all that, and while she’s great with her hexes and curses and even some charms used in a way her old mentor would definitely not have approved of, there’s just something incredibly satisfying in meeting someone sword to sword. She and Godric spars every now and then, though it’s clear he’s more of a dueler than a soldier. But Helga. Helga joined the war when she was 15, and she never regretted it. It was grueling, and it was painful, and she watched so many of her companions fall. But she joined for a reason – to protect (her family, her little nephews and nieces and all the children of her village) and to, one day, try and change the world enough that war wouldn’t be necessary. She fought for years, rising in rank as fewer and fewer of her friends were left, and she refused to give up. This was for the children. This was for the future.

When she was 23, she became general. And at 24, the war finally ended. And then she had to find something else to do.

She went back to her village, to the little houses and fields and her family. And for a while she was content, but not for long. She wanted to do something, because that was the reason she joined the war in the first place. For change. She wanted peace, and quiet, and a place to call home. But when she had it, she realized she only knew how to fight. And she was not going to accept that.

She went to find her old mentor, an aging wizard who kept forgetting his wand in odd places but who also knew a lot of spells and had more magical books than she had seen anywhere else in her life (later, when she met Rowena Ravenclaw and saw her collection, she would stare at it for ten minutes and then just go “nope” and walk out of the room). She asked him to teach her as much as he could. What he’d taught her before she left for the army was useful, but if she was gonna change the world she needed more.

He listened to her, listened to her reasons and her dreams and then he sat her down with a cup of tea and started talking about magical theory. Most of her went over her head. She listened anyway.  And she kept coming back. And when she realized how many children he’d helped out through the years (her among them), she asked him about that. He started spouting even more magical theory. And she kept listening. And when it was over and he said he couldn’t teach her anymore, she knew more about accidental magic and magical cores than she thought possible. And she was satisfied, because this was what she needed to know. Something that could help. Something that could change a life, or two, or a hundred, if you only had the people to teach it to. This was for the children. This was for the future.

And then she met two wizards and a witch, constantly bickering and joking and everything in between. And the wanted to start a magic school. Of course she went with them. It was the purpose she had been looking for. It was a way to do what she’d always dreamt of.

They started planning how to do it, and moved into Godric’s family castle up in Scotland. As they decided to split the students into four groups, Helga started to get irritated. She had spent half her life fighting a war, she knew that you couldn’t always get the brave or the smart or the cunning. You had to use the resources that were available. Anyone could become a good soldier (or student, she supposed) if they were trained properly. 

She was a general, and she’d take anyone who wanted to learn. She was a soldier, and she’d take anyone who would work hard, because that’s all you need to change the world. She was a 15 year old girl who joined the army, and she remembered what it was like when people judged you for your bravery, for your intelligence, for your strength. She was a 26 year old veteran, and she would punch anyone who said you couldn’t learn because of something as stupid as who you are. In the face. They’d deserve it, for implying that her students weren’t good enough.

@egdramaqueen I said it “needs a bit of polishing” which apparently means I sit here and write another 700 words into it in less than an hour, so here it is. I finished it.

peach blossoms (m)

❥ word count: 46k

❥ genre: fluff + smut + very minimal angst ; magic au + school au

❥ pairing: reader/jimin

❥ warning(s)/kink(s): tons of immature humor, teasing, dirty talk, riding, dom undertones, hickies, slightly rough sex, grinding, admissions of feelings, (honestly the sex is fairly vanilla, this is mostly fluff)

❥ summary: as your best friend tries to help you create a potion for a project, you end up making a mistake that changes jimin and you have to turn him back before anyone sees and fix things in time for your project presentation. the catch? feelings are stupid and annoying and they happen to mess with your head as you try and return jimin back to normal.

❥ a/n & music can be found here

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Dating Jeff Atkins Would Include....

Originally posted by knightlley

This is the first kind of “imagine” of 13 reasons why that I do, so I don’t know what to think about this… Also sorry for spelling mistakes, English is not my first language.

  • Lots of PDA
  • Holding hands
  • Forehead kisses
  • Him being protective over you
  • Attending to every one of his baseball games
  • Always cheering for him
  • Him wanting you there because he says you’re his luck charm
  • Movie marathons
  • His parents loving you
  • Spooning
  • Good morning texts
  • And good night texts
  • Cuddles
  • A lot of cuddles
  • Wearing his letterman jacket
  • And all his clothes tbh
  • Helping him to set up Clay and Hannah
  • Carrying your books for you
  • Him calling you “beautiful”
  • Him branding your hair when you two are laid on the couch watching a movie or just relaxing
  • Tickle fights
  • Romantic sex
  • And rough sex sometimes
  • Dates at Monet’s
  • And at Rosie’s
  • Going to the winter-formal together
  • Your parents loving him
  • Him caring about you
  • And you about him ofc
  • Make out sessions
  • Hugs from behind
  • Helping him along with Clay to get his grades up
  • Him teaching you to play baseball
  • Him driving you to school every morning
  • “Study” dates
  • Him always reminding you how much he loves you
  • You already know tho because he shows it everyday
  • Being friends with Clay
  • Getting free tickets for the Crestmont because of Clay
  • Him being your first love
  • And the love of your life
  • And you’re also his
  • Going to Jessica’s party with him
  • Making sure he’s not going to the beer run
  • You love running your hands through his hair
  • More cuddles
  • You falling asleep next to him
  • You two rarely fight
  • And when you guys do can’t be more than 15 minutes mad at each other
  • No secrets
  • You can trust him about everything
  • And he the same with you
  • Sleepovers
  • Him treating you like a princess
  • Him giving you a promise ring
  • Going to college together
  • Getting married
  • Having kids
  • “I love you, (Y/N) (Y/L/N)”
  • “I love you more Jeff Atkins”


Buckle the fuckle up kiddos, it’s time for an examination.

Convoke, thanks to our amazing followers, means to call together/summon. And we, the fans, do that every day. We talk about him constantly. We feed him. We fuel this fire and we are the reason why he exists, that’s nothing new, but that DOES explain why “convoke” is thrown into the mix.

If you read the first words downwards, it spells out REBORN. Which we already saw in the picture that he posted when he first died his hair.

Let’s look at the other hints he’s left:

No strings attached

…guys i think we’ll see him tomorrow.

🌞🔮Here's to the Christian Witches. 🔮🌜

Who feel their God in all things.

Who weave beautiful magick despite what negative people spew.

Who have trust and love in their God.

Who perfectly merge their craft and spiritual beliefs together despite others saying it couldn’t happen.

You all are awesome and valid. Don’t let small-minded people get you down because they don’t get it (and how could they? It’s not their path.) You were called to your path for a reason, walk it with fire in your eyes.

Charms, Potions and Spells
  • "Is your wand acting funny?"
  • "Are you sure you mixed that right?"
  • "I have an owl. What animal do you have?"
  • "Someone's rat is in my shoe!"
  • "Magic comes easy to some. Not to others."
  • "Can I have a pen that just takes notes for me?"
  • "There's a certain amount of willpower that goes into spellcasting. You have to WANT it."
  • "Have you seen the new professor?"
  • "I think I'm lost."
  • "Within the darkness you can find power."
  • "Some things need to be precise. Others... not so much."
  • "It helps to have a foci."
  • "Was it suppose to change color?"
  • "I can't do this."
  • "Did you seriously just try to charm me?"
  • "I need your help."
  • "It says the potion is suppose to smell like feet."
  • "Stay away from dark magic."
  • "Everyone can put their own personal touch on the magic they make."
  • "Let them burn."
  • "There needs to be an easier way to do this."
  • "You did WHAT?!"
  • "You're going to get caught."
  • "I had no choice."
  • "Witch trials are never going to happen again."
  • "We need to protect everyone."
  • "Have you ever flown before?"
  • "I simply don't have time for that."
  • "Invisibility is very handy."
  • "The natural order must still be preserved."
  • "Don't take the easy way out."
  • "It was either them or me."
  • "Have you ever seen a dragon?"
  • "Ready your spells."
  • "No one is going to take this from me."
  • "I can't stare at this book any longer. My eyes are going to bleed."
  • "Divination class is what I call nap time."
  • "Careful, your head's going to swell."
  • "Can you not do that?"
  • "I don't suppose there's any way to lighten a book bag..."
  • "Forbidden magic is forbidden for a reason."
  • "I walk the fine line between light and dark."
  • "Has anyone seen my crystal ball?"
  • "Why are you digging through my trunk?"
  • "What happened to you?"
Q: I feel like every time he [Brandon] needs a “magic word” he just takes two regular words and jams them together. Dreamshard, Shardblade, Shardplate, Lightweaving, Mistborn, Coinshot, Pewterarm, Coppercloud, Surgebinder, Soulcaster, etc etc etc

A: It’s done intentionally. Let’s look at our options.

I can create all-out fantasy words for terms like this. (Lait or crem from Stormlight are examples.) Problem is, the more you do this, the more you pile a difficult linguistics on top of a reader. The more words like this they have to learn, the more difficult it is to get into a story. If you were doing it, perhaps you’d go this direction. I feel that overloading on these terms is dangerous. Already, the main reason new readers put down my books is that they feel overwhelmed by the worldbuilding.

So we have the second option. Use a latin, germatic, or greek root and create a word that FEELS right, has some mental connection for the reader, but which isn’t a real word.

Allomancy/Feruchemy/Hemalurgy. Veristitalian. To a lesser extent, Elantris.

This so called “Harry Potter Spells” method gives some familiarity to the naming, makes them stick a little better in people’s heads, which makes the books a little easier to get into. But they’re also distracting to some readers who say, “Wait. There’s no Latin in this world, so where did Latin root words come from?” And for others (particularly in translation) those roots mean nothing, and so these all end up lumped into the first group.

The final method is the pure Germanic method–creating compound words. It works in English very well because of our Germanic roots–and is one of the main ways (other than turning nouns into verbs or the other direction) that we create new words. Supermarket. Masterpiece. Newspaper. Thunderstorm. Footprint. Firework. Heartbeat. Yourself. None of those look odd to you because they are words that are “meant” to go together in your head.

I use some of batch one, some of batch two, but I do favor batch three–it does what I want it to. Works in the language, has an “otherworld” feel but is also very quickly understood by someone new to the series. There are arguments for all three methods, however.
Chapter 1

So, I was saving this as motivation to get Writer’s Block finished and posted, but I’m reworking it and it’s going to take longer than I thought, but this is ready so I’m going ahead with it because I haven’t posted in a while. Hope you like it! Mistakes are mine. Pbg

“Are we really doing this?” Katniss asks Peeta as they finish the last of their beers. Peeta sets his empty glass down and she watches him twist it back and forth between his fingers. He shrugs.

“I mean, we’re both swamped with work, no time for dating much less a relationship. It’ll be a great way to unwind. Are… you okay with it?” he asks hesitantly, lobbing the ball back in her court. One perfect blonde eyebrow quirks up as he waits for her answer.  

She nods slightly, still disbelieving the idea they’ve come up with and that she even agreed to it. It’s so not her style, but if she’s going to be anyone’s fuck buddy, Peeta would be her choice. He’s been a great friend to her over the last year, and he’s the type of guy who wouldn’t hurt his worst enemy. Throw in the hard body Katniss can tell is hiding under his crisp button downs and diagonally striped ties, and his selfless nature, there’s no way she can lose. He, on the other hand, should be wary of her ‘run away when things get messy’ nature, so with his emotional safety in mind, she says, “I think we need some ground rules first, though.”

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anonymous asked:

I would agree with you about Michele, if it wasn't for the fact that he's the meme king of the italian YOI fandom XD We bonded over a trashy boxed wine called San Crispino and over Sala being a living room (the correct spelling is Sara). Still, it would be nice to see some character development on his part, less creepy stuff and more friendship with Emil (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

(I wish Crunchyroll would correct Sara’s name in their subtitles. So many people think her name is Sala.)

I will say this about Michele. He won me over a little in Episode 12.

After Yuuri’s FS performance at the GPF, Michele claps for him. And if you look closely, notice the guy is actually crying a little. Yep, those are tears in his eyes.

Yuuri is the reason Michele didn’t make it to the GPF. Michele beat him in Moscow but still didn’t get to compete in Barcelona. Michele also came in 5th at the Sochi GPF and beat Yuuri in the process. There’s some competitive history between these two.

And I don’t know. I just think it’s sweet that he got emotional over Yuuri’s performance. I think Michele was secretly rooting for him to win.

And I find it Extra Funny that Michele is the only one who doesn’t clap for Yuri Plisetsky’s performance.

He actually looks MAD. He’s got his arms crossed over his chest while the others are clapping for Yuri.

Either he’s intimidated by a talented fifteen-year-old, or Michele really wanted Yuuri to be the winner of the GPF.

A Few Random Facts about RnM

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These facts are from this amazing book. Without it, this post of facts would never exist. It has many concept materials and guides on how to draw them so if you can, pick one up. 

  • Evil Morty is a Psychopath.
  • Morty’s hands must look like a 8 yr old girl’s also he has no defined butt.
  • Lingerie Summer from Lawnmower Dog was originally suppose to have nipple tassels. Also, she is Justin’s favorite character.
  • Tammy was never intended to be an intergalactic spy. She was suppose to be the generic slutty highschool girl. But thanks to Cassie Steele’s acting it brought alot of life to character.
  • Mr. Poopybutthole’s prototpye name was Bullet Boy and Titty Long Balls. Richard Simmons was called to do the voice of PBH but turned the offer down.
  • The Drawing (Help Me: Morty and Summer) from Big Trouble, Little Sanchez was originally just suppose to be a shitty drawing, but it wasn’t shitty enough and was redone at least 3 times until it wind up looking like Doc from Doc and Mharti.
  • The previous version of The Ricks Must Be Crazy has time pass between microverse and Morty’s House. Zeep comes home to his family and as days pass in Morty’s Time Zeep grows old and has an institute unveil a statue in his name. However, Morty and all his family get wasted on margaritas. 
  • How to bypass the Standards and Practices of TV: If you have a creature that looks like vagina or balls, as long as its not flesh colored… it’s okay. 
  • Dale, the giant from Meeseeks and Destroy, vaguely resembles Dan Harmon?
  • Purge Mechsuit takes inspirations from Megaman and Ironman.
  • Fart was originally named “Koof”
  • Mr. Needful was designed to be slender and mirror Rick’s proportions. 
  • Abrodolph Lincoler (Not a typo, the book spells it like this) could have had a other half called Adolham Hitoln. 
  • Some ships are given 3D models to help the artists draw them for more chase oriented sequences (gotta nail those angles).
  • Look Who’s Purging Now was the last episode written for the second season . The Wedding Squanchers was never meant to be a cliffhanger but instead a two parter to finish the season.
  • Rick’s Subterranean Basement was one of the reasons that the Smith family bailed on Earth in Wedding Squanchers. Originally, there was a apocalyptic threat coming and they would use this basement as a bunker which would then turn into a badass spaceship.(They might use this idea in the future/)

Characters with Drastic Design Changes (featured in book)

  • Cronenburg Morty
  • XenoBeth (Mythlogues)
  • BirdPerson
  • Snuffle’s Mechsuits
  • Mr. Meeseeks
  • Gazorpian (females)
  • Hamurai
  • Cromulons
  • Mr. Needful
  • Abradolf Lincler
  • Reuben