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The one where they go to a music festival.

Hannibal AU: Will brings Hannibal to a music festival (Somewhereville, US).

Rating: M
Word Count: 5,000
Tags: Recreational drug use, explicit language, crack-ish, fluff, some American Gods characters appear 


Hannibal stared down at his phone. Strands of hair stuck out through his fingers as he palmed his face, groaning out a loud sigh.

The screen lit up again and the desk vibrated, rattling the small jar of change nearby.

        “Please come with. Everyone else is boring.”

His lips fought with every muscle, twisting in restraint to keep from smiling. No one else could have talked to him into this, this nightmarish display of banality.

But Will Graham, it seemed, possessed a strange pull over Hannibal. As a teaching assistant, his former student of sorts had captured his attention on the first day of class. Will took to staying late after he’d failed his first exam, but he seemed to thrive in the personalized setting of his office. They’d spent so much time studying at office hours that Will soared to the top of the class. But still the visits continued, more frequently if anything.

In class, Will mostly slept, with his lost-puppy looking curls covering his face. But in Hannibal’s office, Will opened up quickly, sometimes rambling way past their appointment times. He’d never taken care to stop him, of course, and after their last appointment of the semester, Will had promised to keep pestering him.

Please do,” Hannibal had said then, with an idiotic smile. He regretted those words now, as his thumbs navigated the quick response into his phone.

        “Alright, fine.

Immediately he saw the ellipses that indicated that Will was typing. A warmth tingled in his belly, realizing that Will had been waiting for Hannibal’s answer, and when his phone vibrated back he burst into an ear to ear smile at the belligerent spew of celebratory emojis that followed.

        ”Promise we’ll have fun. I got tix and supplies. Pick you up at 8.

Hannibal leered miserably at the screen, trying not to grin at the multiple texts that followed. Sunglasses emoji. Thumbs up emoji. Sun emoji. Guitar emoji. He snorted, trying to hold in his laughter at the cigarette and beer emojis. Music note emoji.

Fuck, he thought idly, relaxing into his couch. He was going to a music festival.

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Make Your Own Rainbow Pride Shirt in 10 Easy Steps

It’s pride season! That means parades, picnics, community, celebration, and DIY crafts for all your pride gear needs (that’s what we all do… right?). Making a tie-dye rainbow flag shirt can be a fun Saturday craft to get you ready for your June festivities.

Materials Needed

  • Rit Liquid Dye. You’ll only need the three primary colors (rather than the entire rainbow), and you can get these for about four dollars a bottle at any craft store (and some grocery stores).

  • We used Cherry Red, Lemon Yellow, and Royal Blue. The cherry red turns out a bit magenta, but it works well for creating a fun, bright shirt. The yellow is really bright and perfect for this, but the blue is a bit dark. Feel free to experiment with other shades of the primaries!
  • A bucket for each color, a metal or plastic rod to stir with, a sheet to cover the floor, nylon thread, a rag to wipe your hands (or gloves), and scissors

  • Your shirt!

    Of course, we used a plain white shirt for this, but anything that is longer than it is wide will work. Rainbow tank tops, rainbow shorts, rainbow sheets… the possibilities are endless!

Dying Your Shirt

Preparing your shirt

  1. Lay your shirt flat on the ground (as shown above).
  2. Fold the sleeves of your shirt in so that your shirt is a straight rectangle.
  3. Loosely roll your shirt so that it is long and skinny.

    It is important that you fold your shirt loosely; if you fold it tightly, the dye will not reach the center of the shirt.
  4. Use long pieces of nylon thread to section off the shirt into area for the three primary colors.

    The top section will be for red, the middle section for yellow, and the last section for blue. Because we will get the secondary colors by mixing the other dyes, it is important that yellow gets the biggest section; it should be enough for three bands of colors (orange, yellow, and green). The section for blue should be large enough for two bands of colors (blue and purple).
  5. Tightly tie the nylon thread where you had sectioned the colors off and cut the excess thread off.

    (Blurry photo, and my toes! Sorry about that)

    The tighter you tie the thread, the less likely it is that the colors will mix unevenly or mix where you don’t want the to mix. Ideally, the places where there is not nylon will be very loose and flow-y, but it will be cinched tight where you have tied it. As you can see in the second photo, I looped my thread around multiple times and double knotted it to ensure that it was securely tied.

Dying your Shirt

  1. Prepare the dye as instructed on the bottle. Make sure that the yellow and red are very concentrated.
  2. Carefully dip the middle section into the yellow dye.

    As shown in the picture, dip right up to the thread, but no higher. This ensures the cleanest cut line possible for tie-dye. Also, make sure that you dip the shirt multiple time so that you have a strong, bold color.
  3. Wring the shirt out and lay it out on the sheet. Cut off the nylon thread that separates the yellow and red sections (the top one)


    Unroll this part of the shirt.


    By unrolling it and rerolling it, you ensure that the color is evenly spread.
  4. Reroll the top part of the shirt and tie it again, but about an inch and a half to two inches into the yellow, depending on how much orange you want in your shirt.

  5. Dip the entire top section into the red dye. Just like before, go just up to the thread, but no further.

    However, one or two dips will give you the orange you need; any more, and you will just have blood orange. ( ;) ) It is still important to make sure that you let the red section soak thoroughly.
    Tip: Be wary of letting your shirt rest on the side of the bucket; the dye of whatever color is in the bucket will splash on the side and potentially get that color in a section you did not want it.

  6. Wring your shirt out and lay it on the sheet. You do not have to cut the top nylon thread (in fact, leaving it on there will prevent unwanted bleeding between yellow and orange).

    Repeat the steps in number four to create your section for green and blue.

  7. Repeat the steps in number five for dipping the shirt into the blue bucket. The end result will look something like this:

    Starting to look like a rainbow! :)
  8. Just like in the picture above, section off the area you want purple in by tying it off from the rest of the blue.

  9. Carefully dip this final section into the red dye until you have the shade of purple you want.
  10. Unroll your completed shirt and let it dry outside!

    You’re ready to enjoy Pride in rainbow style!

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  • tea and coffee - if not for the caffeine, then for the feeling of cozying up with your text books and feeling studious.

  • a place to study. it doesn’t matter if it’s in a coffee house, a library, or your kitchen table. as long as your bed’s not in sight and tempting you into a nap, you’re good.

  • your mental health is more important than your grades/school work

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  • noses
  • paint tool sai
  • mouths
  • lots of tutorials
  • lips
  • get rid of art block
  • drawing lips with the help of beans
  • perspective thing in photoshop
  • adobe creative suite
  • how to draw ears
  • how to make an animated film
  • learn how to draw anything
  • turn your paper art into digital
  • skeleton practice drawing tool thingy
  • how to draw semi- realistic eyes
  • how to make pixel art
  • good reference for drawing water
  • free digital sculpting tool
  • silk - interactive generative art
  • Painting tutorial
  • Female/male arms
  • Kneeling + Sitting ref
  • Dragon head view tutorial
  • SAI brushes 86786
  • Drawing expressions
  • Sai Brushes 
  • NGE colour palette 
  • 100+ colour palletes
  • Avoiding same face
  • Face contours/highlighting 
  • free art MyPaint
  • Body anatomy help
  • How to shift images using blur in PS
  • Drawing clothe folding
  • How to draw ice
  • Colour palette 
  • Colour palette 
  • SAI brush settings 
  • SAI/PS pixel brushes
  • Warm/Cool gray
  • Flower crown tutorial
  • Skin colour palette
  • Pink colour sheet
  • How to draw butts&thighs
  • The male torso
  • Drawing glowing stuff in SAI
  • Drawing horse/animal legs on humans
  • Drawing clouds
  • Muscular male with bow stock photos
  • Pastel colours
  • Drawing grass fields in SAI
  • Expressions&Legs
  • All about the human body
  • 20+ colour palettes 
  • Colour conversion
  • Kissing ref
  • Creature design 
  • Colour meanings
  • Creating expression
  • Tutorial masterpost (100+)
  • Lineart
  • Canine
  • How to colour
  • Pose studies
  • Feline comparisons
  • How to draw penis
  • Leaf pressing
  • 100+ anatomy references 
  • How to draw folds
  • SAI brushes 3
  • Sitting poses
  • Colour palette 4
  • Cloud painting
  • How to draw 3D rooms
  • Colour info
  • Colouring ref
  • Hair tutorial
  • Clothing ref
  • Bodies and poses
  • SAI brushes 5
  • Colour scheme designer
  • Folding ref
  • Heads&Angles 
  • Paint tool SAI masterpost
  • Drawing ref masterpost (10+)
  • Hair+Fur
  • How to draw faces
  • SAI brushes 4
  • Anatomy of mutant humans
  • What should I draw?
  • Free art software
  • pastel colour ref
  • Mass art ref
  • Soft SAI brushes
  • ways to draw stuff
  • SAI brush settings
  • baseball cap ref
  • Penis ref
  • Drawing human wings
  • Cool free art software
  • Huge art ref
  • Colour blender
  • 2 SAI brushes
  • Photoshop for free 
  • Colorwheel
  • How to accurately draw arms
  • anatomy and rotation of the head
  • human anatomy for artists
  • speed drawing studies
  • nude references
  • hands
  • arm and wing movement 
  • beer bellies
  • body types
  • noses
  • box and egg/run of the stroke
  • a trick for arm proportions
  • body diversity
  • anatomy of the waist
  • feet
  • hands and forearms

Food

  • Thousands of quick and easy snack recipes
  • Cheap & healthy snacks
  • Quick and easy soup recipes
  • Chocolate muffin in a mug tutorial
  • Study snacks
  • 40 on-the-go breakfast recipes
  • Macaroni cheese / mac&cheese in a cup
  • Salad recipes
  • Harry potter recipes
  • Healthy recipes
  • Nutella hot chocolate
  • Cookie in a mug
  • Starbucks holiday drinks
  • French bread pizza
  • How to microwave more than one bowl at a time
  • How to make the perfect cup of tea
  • Healthy lunches
  • Tons of pies
  • Cookie dough you can eat
  • Shelf life of food
  • How to make different looking cookies
  • Website for lack of ingredients
  • 50 recipes using Nutella
  • How to make your own Pop Tarts
  • Homemade Vitamin Water
  • Unicorn poop recipe (trust me, its yummy and cute)
  • A bunch of fun different recipes from around the world
  • How to make butterbeer from Harry Potter
  • Easy & quick-to-make snacks
  • Pie recipes masterpost
  • How to make cupcakes that look like cheeseburgers
  • Miniature mac n’ cheese pies
  • Mug recipes (mac n’ cheese) (Mug cakes) (Cookie) (Brownie) (Cinnamon roll) (French toast)
  • 2-ingredient recipes
  • Which snacks to eat while studying
  • homemade fruit rollups
  • super fuggy brownie in a mug
  • cookie in a mug
  • muffin in a mug
  • healthy smoothies
  • healthy recipes
  • foods and baking help
  • toffee apple recipe
  • brownies
  • hot chocolate recipes
  • homemade candy
  • mug cookie tutorial
  • pastry folding 101
  • tomato basil pasta
  • mug recipes
  • fruit roll ups
  • desserts
  • kawaii holiday cookies
  • citrus gingerbread tree cookies
  • gingerbread stars
  • cookies
  • candy meth
  • apple pie in apple
  • pretty cakes
  • chocolate
  • pumpkin spice everything dear lord
  • pimp that snack(goddamn check this site out)
  • grilled banana nutella sandwich
  • cute food things
  • the science of chocolate chip cookies 
  • cute raspberry chocolate thing
  • thousands of quick and easy snack recipes
  • cheap & healthy snacks
  • quick and easy soup recipes
  • chocolate muffin in a mug tutorial
  • study snacks
  • 40 on-the-go breakfast recipes
  • macaroni cheese / mac&cheese in a cup
  • panera mac n cheese recipe
  • different salad recipes
  • fricking recipes
  • harry potter recipes
  • healthy recipes
  • brownie/cookie
  • s’mores pie
  • nutella hot chocolate
  • peanut butter nutella swirl cookies
  • cookie in a mug
  • starbucks holiday drinks
  • fruit leathers (like fruit roll-ups, only much better)
  • Yummy apple thing
  • Cookie in a cup
  • French bread pizza
  • Egg tacos
  • How to microwave more than one bowl at a time
  • How to make the perfect cup of tea
  • Peach cobbler
  • Healthy lunches
  • Tons of pies
  • Cookie dough you can eat
  • Why you should go vegan
  • Shelf life of food
  • How to make different looking cookies
  • Website for lack of ingredients 
  • Cheeseburger cupcakes
  • Deep-dish cookie for one
  • shelf life of food
  • lavender lemonade
  • motherfucking pie
  • how to make nutella fudge
  • ultimate guide to chocolate chip cookies
  • easy snacks
  • muffin in a mug
  • cheeseburger cupcakes
  • how to make huge food
  • starbucks secret menu
  • oreo cookie butter
  • panera mac n’ cheese
  • starbucks holiday drinks
  • nutella hot chocolate
  • pastry folding 101
  • mini lemon and blueberry cheesecakes
  • david bowie-inspired cocktails
  • french bread pizza
  • 15 pound homemade snickers bar
  • make candy crystal meth
  • reeses peanut butter cheesecake
  • extra fancy garlic bread
  • smoothie recipes for everything
  • chocolate chip cookie dough brownie pie
  • 4 different smoothies
  • bread crusts with herbs
  • cookies n’ cream cupcakes
  • mini tortilla crust pizzas
  • mini mac n’ cheese pies
  • deep dish cookie for one
  • roasted tomato pasta
  • best grilled cheese
  • best chocolate cake
  • potato rissole 
  • french toast rollups
  • peanut butter crownies
  • pumpkin spice smoothie
  • s’mores stuffed pizza cookie
  • the best cookie recipes
  • chocolate chip cookie dough brownie bombs
  • how to make chocolate lasagna
  • mini apple pies

Writing 

  • Writing Masterpost
  • words to make you seem more intelligent
  • A website for big words
  • how to write a kickass essay i ii iii
  • alternatives to “said”
  • alternatives to “whispered”
  • ultimate writers resources masterpost
  • tip of my tongue
  • writing fantasy stories
  • character flaws
  • writers block i ii
  • writing a death scene
  • Bio Help
  • emotions vocabulary i ii 
  • writing ref
  • music to help you write
  • you’re a writer? here’s a whole bunch of writing-related blogs
  • All Authors need to Know
  • Other ways to say… ( words to use )
  • more writing tips
  • read/post fanfiction
  • Free Microsoft Word Equivalent
  • Writing Software Master post
  • Cant Remember A Word?
  • Earn A Cute Picture Of A Kitten For Writing
  • Writers Block?
  • Coffee Shop Sounds
  • Essay Structure Guide
  • Want To Know Who You Write Like?
  • writing a bitchy character (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10)
  • writing a cocky character (1,2,3,4)
  • writing a emotion character (1,2)
  • How to play a hippie
  • Playing the quiet character.
  • Portraying the shopaholic.
  • Portraying a mute character.
  • Portraying a kleptomaniac.
  • How to play the stalker.
  • Writing distant, indifferent characters.
  • How to write a character who stutters.
  • Writing a character who is sassy.
  • A guide to playing a southern character.
  • Portraying characters with crushes.
  • How to portray a teen mom.
  • How to play a character who is mean.
  • How to portray a character high on cocaine.
  • Writing a character who is high on amphetamines.
  • Playing an efficient male character.
  • Portraying the asshole.
  • Playing a character who suffers from shyness.
  • How to play a mentally ill/insane character.
  • Writing a character who self-harms.
  • Writing a happy character.
  • Writing a character who suffers from night terrors.
  • Writing a character with paranoid personality disorder.
  • How to play a victim of rape.
  • How to RP a blind character.
  • Writing a leader.
  • Writing a character with Dissociative Identity Disorder.
  • Writing a character with depression.
  • Writing a character who is homosexual.
  • Writing a character with schizophrenia.
  • Playing a fe/male character.
  • Writing a character with Nymphomania.
  • How to write a worry wart.
  • How to write a character with HPD.
  • How to write a bad ass character.
  • Playing a pansexual.
  • Tips on writing a drug addict.
  • Tips on writing the pregnant female.
  • Writing insane characters.
  • Playing a character under the influence of marijuana.
  • Portraying a character with diabetes.
  • How to play a prankster.
  • Playing a character who has been adopted.
  • Portraying a vampire.
  • Playing a character with an eating disorder.
  • Portraying a character who is anti-social.
  • Portraying a character who is depressed.
  • How to portray someone with dyslexia.
  • How to portray a character with bipolar disorder.
  • Portraying a character with severe depression.
  • How to play a serial killer.
  • Writing a tomboy.
  • Playing a pyromaniac.
  • How to write a mute character.
  • How to write a character with an OCD.
  • How to play a stoner.
  • How to write an asexual character.
  • How to play a bitchy/vicious character.
  • How to play a character with HPD.
  • Playing a pregnant woman.
  • Playing the burn-out.
  • Writing a “nice” character.
  • How to play a gentleman.
  • How to play a shy/introvert character.
  • How to play a naive character.
  • Playing characters with memory loss.
  • How to write a character who smokes.
  • How to write pirates.
  • How to write characters with PTSD.
  • How to play a character who isn’t ready for sex.
  • How to play the geek.
  • Playing the manipulative character.
  • Portraying a character with borderline personality disorder.
  • Playing a character with Orthorexia Nervosa.
  • Writing a character who lost someone important.
  • Playing the bullies.
  • Portraying the drug dealer.
  • Playing a rebellious character.
  • How to portray a sociopath.
  • How to play a swimmer.
  • Portraying a ballerina.
  • Playing a promiscuous male.
  • Playing a character with cancer.
  • How to portray a bubbly character.
  • How to portray a power driven character.
  • How to portray the shy character.
  • Playing a character under the influence of drugs.
  • Playing a character who struggles with Bulimia.
  • Portraying a hippie.
  • Portraying sexually/emotionally abused characters.
  • Playing a character with asthma.
  • Portraying characters who have secrets.
  • Portraying a recovering alcoholic.
  • Portraying a sex addict.
  • How to play someone creepy.
  • Portraying a foreigner.
  • Portraying an emotionally detatched character.
  • How to play a character with social anxiety.
  • Portraying a character who is high.
  • How to play a strong, female character.
  • Writing a character with a hangover.
  • Playing angry characters.
  • Playing a character who is smarter than you.
  • Playing and writing autistic characters.
  • Portraying a trans character.
  • How to portray a dominant character.
  • Playing a character who is faking a disorder.
  • Playing a prisoner.
  • Playing the opposite sex.
  • Portraying a character who has PTSD.
  • Playing a character who stutters.
  • Portraying characters with Aspergers Syndrome.
  • How to play a depressed character who selfharms.
  • Portraying the “dumb” character.
  • How to portray a lesbian.
  • How to play a blind character.
  • How to play a sexual assault victim.
  • Writing a compulsive gambler.
  • Writing a closeted character.
  • Playing a werewolf.
  • Writing a character with an addiction to sex.
  • Writing a character who is drunk.
  • Portraying a character who is British.
  • Playing a Brit.
  • Portraying a character with amnesia.
  • Playing heroes.
  • Portraying a witty character.
  • How to play an INTJ.
  • How to play a vampire.
  • How to play a character who is manipulative.
  • Portraying the natural born leader.
  • Portraying the character who is flirtatious.
  • Writing a nice character.
  • How to portray a character who has asthma.
  • Playing a character with ADHD.
  • Writing characters with anxiety.
  • Amnesia
  • Children
  • A Death Scene
  • Loosing Someone (2)
  • Old Persons
  • Physical Injuries (2, 3)
  • Sexual Abuse (2)
  • Fight Scenes (2, 3, 4)
  • Horror
  • Torture
  • How to Describe the Body Shape of Female Characters
  • Character Apperance Help
  • Words to Describe Voice
  • Body Language Cheat Sheet
  • Character Development Exercises
  • 101 Character Development Questions
  • Character Development 101
  • Art of Character Development
  • Introducing Characters
  • Characters You Need to Reinvent
  • Making Characters Likeable
  • Heros and Villains
  • Describing Clothing
  • Understanding Body Language
  • 100 Positive Traits
  • Mental Illness in Writing
  • Conflicts and Characters
  • Fictional Character Name Generator
  • Fictional Character Name AND Personality Generator
  • Actors
  • Ballet Dancer (2)
  • Christianity
  • Foreigners
  • Gamblers
  • Hinduism
  • Hitmen
  • Satanism
  • Smokers
  • Stoners
  • Taoism
  • Journalists
  • Vegetarians
  • Australia
  • Boston
  • California (2, 3)
  • England/Britain (2, 3, 4, 5)
  • New York
  • Prison
  • London
  • The South (2)
  • Females (2)
  • Males (2)
  • Transgender People
  • Female Names (2, 3, 4, 5)
  • Male Names (2, 3, 4, 5) 
  • Last Names  (2, 3, 4)
  • Song Lyrics Masterlist
  • Songs for Biographies
  • Favorite Quotes: TV and Movies
  • Favorite Quotes: Notable Authors
  • Favorite Quotes: Celebrities
  • Favorite Quotes: Popular Books (2)
  • Quotes From Songs
  • Character Quotes
  • Masterlist of Bio Lyrics
  • Masterlist of Bio Quotes
  • Masterlist of Song Lyrics
  • Biography Lyrics
  • A Masterlist of Quotes
  • +130 Quotes
  • How to: Write a Kiss (2)
  • Different Types of Kisses
  • Writing Out the First Kiss
  • Placement of Speech Tags
  • Grammar and Spelling
  • Grammar Slammer!
  • American vs. British Grammar
  • HyperGrammar
  • Grammar Girl
  • Punctuating Dialogue
  • How to Use the Semicolon
  • Introduction to the Basic Rules of Punctuation
  • Comma 101
  • All About Dialouge
  • 11 Grammar Tips
  • Comma Usage
  • Correct Use of Apostrophe
  • Proofreading
  • Transition Words
  • 40+ Tips to Improve your Grammar and Punctuation
  • Better Writing: Grammar & Spelling
  • Semicolons and Colons
  • Underlining and Italicizing
  • Dashes and Parentheses
  • Hyphens
  • Apostrophes
  • The Ellipsis
  • List of 1000+ Adjectives
  • Writing A Novel Using the Snowflake Method
  • Effectively Outlining Your Novel
  • Conflict and Character Within Story Structure
  • Outlining Your Plot
  • Ideas, Plots and Using the Premise Sheets
  • How To Write A Novel
  • Creating Conflict and Sustaining Suspense
  • Plunge Right In…Into Your Story, That Is
  • Tips for Creating a Compelling Plot
  • 36 (plus one) Dramatic Situations
  • The Evil Overlord Devises A Plot: Excerpt from Stupid Plot Tricks
  • Conflict Test
  • What is Conflict?
  • Monomyth
  • The Hero’s Journey: Summary of Steps
  • Outline Your Novel in Thirty Minutes
  • Plotting Without Fears
  • Novel Outlining 101
  • Writing The Perfect Scene
  • One-Page Plotting
  • The Great Swampy Middle
  • How Can You Know What Belongs In Your Book?
  • Create A Plot Outline in 8 Easy Steps
  • How to Organize and Develop Ideas for Your Novel
  • Create Structure in your novel using index cards
  • Choosing the best outline method for you
  • Hatch’s Plot Bank
  • Name generator 1
  • Name generator 2
  • Meanings of any names
  • Popular baby names
  • Upper class names
  • Common last names
  • Fancy last names
  • Aristocratic/royal names
  • Random name generator
  • Random place name generator
  • List of latin words
  • English to latin translator
  • English to greek translat
  • Greek mythology database
  • The culture of ancient rome
  • List of legendary creatures
  • Fantasy name generator
  • Names that have specific meanings
  • Surname master post
  • Fight Scenes (2, 3, 4)
  • Words to use while writing combat
  • What not to do while you’re character’s fighting
  • Disarming person with gun (gif)
  • Managing pain
  • Torture
  • Playing a character with an eating disorder.
  • Playing a character with ADHD.
  • Portraying a character who is anti-social.
  • Writing characters with anxiety.
  • How to portray someone with dyslexia.
  • Amnesia
  • How to portray a character with bipolar disorder.
  • Portraying a character with severe depression.
  • How to portray a character who has asthma.
  • Mental Illness in Writing
  • How to play a blind character.
  • Writing a compulsive gambler
  • Portraying a character who has PTSD.
  • Playing a character who stutters.
  • Portraying characters with Aspergers Syndrome.
  • How to play a depressed character who selfharms.
  • How to portray a sociopath
  • How to play a mentally ill/insane character.
  • Writing a character who self-harms.
  • Writing a character who suffers from night terrors.
  • Writing a character with paranoid personality disorder.
  • Portraying the shopaholic.
  • Portraying a mute character.
  • Portraying a kleptomaniac.
  • Writing a character with Dissociative Identity Disorder.
  • Writing a character with depression.
  • Writing a character with schizophrenia.
  • Playing a fe/male character.
  • Writing a character with Nymphomania.
  • How to write a character with HPD.
  • Portraying a character with diabetes.
  • Playing a character who struggles with Bulimia.
  • Portraying a character with borderline personality disorder.
  • Playing a character with Orthorexia Nervosa.
  • Writing insane characters.
  • Playing a pyromaniac.
  • Playing characters with memory loss.
  • How to write a character who smokes.
  • How to write characters with PTSD.
  • Playing and writing autistic characters.
  • Playing a character with cancer.
  • Playing a character under the influence of drugs.
  • How to RP a blind character.
  • How to play a character with social anxiety.
  • How to write a mute character.1
  • Types of Mental Illnesses
  • Writing a character who is high on amphetamines.
  • How to portray a character high on cocaine.
  • Tips on writing a drug addict.
  • Writing insane characters.
  • Writing a character with an addiction to sex.
  • Portraying a recovering alcoholic.
  • Writing a character who is drunk.
  • How to portray a character high on cocaine.
  • Writing a character who is high on amphetamines.
  • Playing a character under the influence of marijuana.
  • Writing a character with a hangover
  • Writing a character who is drunk
  • Writing Drunk Characters
  • Colors
  • Description: Ethnicity and Skin Tone
  • Descriptive words for skin tones
  • Describing Clothing
  • How to Describe the Body Shape of Female Characters
  • Character Apperance Help
  • Words to Describe Voice
  • helpful descriptive words
  • Eyes
  • Weather Example
  • Establishing The Right Point of View
  • How to Start Writing in the Third Person
  • The I Problem
  • Editing Recipe
  • Cliche Finder
  • Revising Your Novel: Read What You’ve Written
  • Writing 101: Revising A Novel
  • 20 Common Grammar Mistakes That (Almost) Everyone Makes
  • Synonyms for the Most Commonly Used Words of the English Language
  • Grammar Urban Legends
  • 234 synonyms for ‘said’
  • How To Rewrite
  • Placement of Speech Tags
  • Grammar and Spelling
  • Grammar Slammer!
  • American vs. British Grammar
  • HyperGrammar
  • Grammar Girl
  • Punctuating Dialogue
  • How to Use the Semicolon
  • Introduction to the Basic Rules of Punctuation
  • Comma 101
  • All About Dialouge
  • 11 Grammar Tips
  • Comma Usage
  • Correct Use of Apostrophe
  • Proofreading
  • Transition Words
  • 40+ Tips to Improve your Grammar and Punctuation
  • Better Writing: Grammar & Spelling
  • Semicolons and Colons
  • Underlining and Italicizing
  • Dashes and Parentheses
  • Hyphens
  • Apostrophes
  • The Ellipsis 
  • Tip Of My Tongue - Find the word you’re looking for
  • Write or Die - Stay motivated
  • Stay Focused - Tool for Chrome, lock yourself out of distracting websites
  • My Writing Nook - Online Text Editor, Free
  • Bubbl.us - Online Mind Map Application, Free
  • Family Echo - Online Family Tree Maker, Free
  • Freemind - Mind Map Application; Free; Windows, Mac, Linux, Portable
  • Xmind - Mind Map Application; Free; Windows, Mac, Linux, Portable
  • Liquid Story Binder - Novel Organization and Writing Application; free trial, $45.95; Windows, Portable
  • Scrivener - Novel Organization and Writing Application; free trial, $39.95; Mac
  • SuperNotecard - Novel Organization and Writing Application; free trial, $29; Windows, Mac, Linux, portable
  • yWriter - Novel Organization and Writing Application; free; Windows, Linux, portable
  • JDarkRoom - Minimalist Text Editing Application; free; Windows, Mac, Linux, portable
  • AutoRealm - Map Creation Application; free; Windows, Linux with Wine

Beauty, Makeup & Fashion 

  • 6 makeup tips
  • 3-D Lip Effect
  • avocado facial mask (dry skin)
  • banana facial mask (moisturizes)
  • beauty tips to reinvent your look
  • best eye shadow looks for winter
  • bloody halloween nails
  • cool makeup tips
  • Cosplay eye makeup
  • coverup tattoos
  • easy make up tips
  • everyday makeup tutorial
  • Eyeliner ref
  • eyeliner tricks
  • filling in eyebrows
  • how to contour
  • How To Have Good Skin
  • how to make any color of lipstick… from crayons
  • how to make your own temporary tattoo
  • lipstick tricks
  • list of oils to add to your face masks
  • make up tips (more) (more) (more) (more)
  • Make up tips masterpost
  • Make Your Own Pore Strips
  • must know make up tips (more) (more)
  • natural beauty remedies
  • punk rock make up
  • Smoky eye
  • sparkly party makeup
  • strawberry facial mask (acne prone skin)
  • the trick to liquid eyeliner
  • waxing vs. shaving
  • what makeup suits you?
  • what you need to know about beauty
  • Where to apply perfume
  • Winged Eyeliner Tricks
  • yogurt facial mask (sensitive skin)
  • 1000+ everything clothing ref
  • Amazing Clothing Site
  • Awesome jackets
  • beatles-themed outfits
  • Comic book made dresses
  • cloaks
  • fashion inspiration
  • Find Clothes a character has worn on Television
  • green day-inspired outfits (1)(2)(3)
  • hecka adorable tights
  • Hella Cute Dress
  • hella rad ear cuffs
  • Hella Rad Stockings
  • hella sexy 50s halter dress
  • Holy Shit Gloves
  • Jungle Tribe purse (so bad ass)
  • knit fairy tale hoods
  • leather fairy tale footwear
  • motherfucking medieval circlet crown things
  • more badass tights
  • More Hella Rad Stockings
  • No Sew Infinity Scarf
  • old fashioned clothes
  • panda onesie
  • pop art dress
  • rad leggings
  • sherlock-inspired outfits
  • The Most Hella Skirt I Have Ever Seen
  • 101 things to do with your hair
  • Anna’s Coronation Hair (from Frozen) 
  • bad hair day fixes
  • best at home hair dye
  • best hair products under $10
  • black hair care
  • bleaching your hair
  • braided bun
  • braided headband
  • braided ponytail
  • braid + bun updo
  • cutting your own hair
  • Diagonal Bow Braid
  • different ways to braid
  • DIY beach waves
  • DIY dry shampoo
  • double wrap braid
  • dreadlocks
  • dutch braid crown
  • Elsa’s Braid (from Frozen)
  • Feather Waterfall and Ladder Braid
  • find the right flat iron
  • find the right type of shampoo
  • Fishtail Braid
  • French Braid
  • hair care tips for bleached hair
  • homemade hair treatments
  • home remedies for dandruff
  • Lace Braid
  • lovely bun with braids
  • Make your hair shinier
  • Messy Bun
  • Messy Side Braid
  • pin curls!
  • Princess Belle’s Hairstyle
  • Quick and easy hairstyles
  • removing split ends
  • romantic curls
  • Snow White Inspired Hair
  • styling short hair
  • taming frizzy hair
  • thinning hair
  • treating head lice
  • wig care
  • Woven Knot
  • 101 things to do with your hair
  • 101 things to do with your hair
  • Anna’s Coronation Hair (from Frozen) 
  • bad hair day fixes
  • best at home hair dye
  • best hair products under $10
  • black hair care
  • braided bun
  • braided headband
  • braided ponytail
  • braid + bun updo
  • cutting your own hair
  • Diagonal Bow Braid
  • different ways to braid
  • DIY beach waves
  • DIY dry shampoo
  • double wrap braid
  • dreadlocks
  • dutch braid crown
  • Elsa’s Braid (from Frozen)
  • Feather Waterfall and Ladder Braid
  • Fishtail Braid
  • French Braid
  • hair care tips for bleached hair
  • homemade hair treatments
  • home remedies for dandruff
  • Lace Braid
  • lovely bun with braids
  • Messy Bun
  • Messy Side Braid
  • pin curls!
  • Princess Belle’s Hairstyle
  • Quick and easy hairstyles
  • romantic curls
  • Snow White Inspired Hair
  • styling short hair
  • wig care
  • Woven Knot

School

  • Advice on college
  • Alternatives to buying expensive textbooks
  • An already typed essay at your fingertips(type the subject and press random stuff and an essay forms. TO KIND OF HELP)
  • The Answer(s) to all of Your Problems
  • Answers to the textbook
  • AP Cram Packets
  • bibliography maker
  • calculators (includes graphing, geometric, stats etc)
  • citing social media
  • Crash course in any subject with John Green
  • Dorm room survival
  • download free books
  • educational links fucking galore
  • essay structure guide
  • finals survival guide
  • Flashcards
  • For Juniors or Seniors With Low Income Families Looking For Scholarships
  • Free Educational resources for anyone and everyone 
  • Free online college classes
  • Free online textbooks
  • google citations
  • googling tips
  • Grade calculator
  • help in a ton of subjects
  • Help on reading/researching
  • Helps you in any subject
  • help with memorizing and testing
  • homework help
  • How to cope with College Rejection
  • How to Format an Essay
  • how to google
  • how to study, Study guide
  • How to survive college masterpost
  • how to talk to and help an anxiety-ridden friend
  • improve your studying skills
  • keep taking your mind off of it
  • Learning Websites Masterpage
  • make flash cards
  • Masterpost of writing software
  • math problem solver (2) , (3)
  • more essay writing help
  • my favorite tutoring website
  • One of the best learning websites
  • Organizing 101
  • Organizing 102
  • panic and anxiety information masterpost
  • picking up a hobby can relax you during the school year!!
  • Procrastinator?
  • pull an all nighter but do well on your exam
  • Rape Escape
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Scholarpedia
  • Sites to help you not get distracted with other sites. (Mac)(PC)
  • Social media citing
  • Stress Analyst
  • Time Management
  • Tips before/during an exam
  • Tips on Exams
  • Tip of my tongue
  • Website that is always relevant.
  • when to go to sleep/wake up
  • Whole page dedicated to studying/organizing
  • how to get high marks and be on tumblr at the same time
  • science, but in actual english
  • music to help you study
  • selfcontrol: a website help with distracting websites
  • a site that explains literally everything
  • organizing your time, studying strategies, etc..
  • study skills
  • how to google
  • learn to revise
  • getting motivated to study
  • tips for a productive study break
  • when to go to bed
  • equivalent to microsoft word
  • free online books
  • excuses for no homework
  • a way to high marks and be on tumblr the same time.
  • science translated to english :)
  • collection of studying mixes
  • selfcontrol and various pomodoro method site blockers are extremely helpful when you know you need to shut down your access to distracting websites
  • the best learning websites eVER i ii iii
  • organizing your time, studying strategies.. etc
  • study skills
  • learning how to revise
  • improving your revision skills
  • alt. to wikipedia
  • final exams guide
  • get motivated to study
  • microsoft word equivalent
  • “no homework” excuses
  • An already typed essay at your fingertips(type the subject and press random stuff and an essay forms)
  • bibliography maker
  • Didn’t listen in class?
  • make flash cards
  • math problem solver i ii
  • Online Ruler
  • when to go to sleep/wake up
  • how to look busy at work/school
  • Masterlist of study tips
  • How to Study Well
  • a whole blog dedicated to study motivation, tips, and advice!
  • chrome extension that prevents procrastination
  • get cute kittens for writing!
  • this is strangely relaxing and helps me focus
  • Yummy Brain Food
  • Techniques for Studying and Learning
  • Time Management
  • Google citations
  • Googling Tips
  • Citing Social Media
  • good background study mixes i ii iii iv v vi 
  • A Whole Bunch of Study Playlists
  • Thinking & Memorizing Tips
  • Research & Reading Tips
  • Finals Help Guide
  • Homework Help
  • Geography Help
  • Pull an All Nighter & Do Well On Your Exam
  • AP Cram Packets
  • BECOMING AN ADULT HELLA RAD
  • Studying With Tumblr
  • Learn A New Language
  • Pull An All-Nighter With An Exam The Next Day
  • Write A Kick Ass Essay
  • Helpful Website For All Your Learning Needs
  • Essay Typer (omg this made me cry ok)
  • Feed People Rice By Getting Questions Right
  • Need Help With Math?
  • No More Wikipedia
  • Google Like A Boss
  • Type A Phrase To Find A Word
  • Crash Course (John Green Does History, hint hint)
  • Online Ruler
  • How To Look Busy (But You Aren’t)
  • Hella Free BooksTake A Productive Study Break
  • Y’all Don’t Need Microsoft Word
  • Get Motivated To Study
  • Free Shipping Books
  • Do’s And Don’t’s: College Applications
  • Bibliography Maker
  • how to survive college 
  • Scholarpedia (basically Wikipedia but with reliable sources)
  • solve any math problem
  • how to effectively pull an all-nighter
  • teaches everything
  • An already typed essay at your fingertips(type the subject and press random stuff and an essay forms)
  • bibliography maker
  • Didn’t listen in class?
  • look for your worksheets on here
  • finals survival guide
  • free microsoft word alternative
  • homework help
  • learn geography
  • make flash cards
  • math problem solver (2)
  • Masterpost of writing software
  • online ruler
  • pull an all nighter but do well on your exam
  • Stress Analyst
  • when to go to sleep/wake up
  • how to wake up in the morning
  • learn how to study
  • Masterlist of study tips
  • How to cite
  • Take online college courses
  • How to multiply big numbers

Bored?

  • answer trivia questions and give people rice
  • make a a giant squid pillow!
  • make your own acapella band
  • live ocean
  • pokemon secret base
  • read creepy wikipedia articles
  • read more creepy wikipedia articles 
  • disney lies/ urban legends (probs not real like-)
  • this will take you to a cool place
  • your online garden
  • sand art online
  • wow just open it omg
  • cool websites for wasting time (1, 2, 3 )
  • how to help someone who is suicidal
  • make a blanket nest
  • click daily to give free food to an animal shelter
  • 2500 Japanese emoticons 
  • homemade wax
  • gift ideas for cat lovers
  • moss graffiti
  • make a flower crown
  • night vale monopoly
  • learn how to survive a zombie apocalypse
  • how to play ‘sherlock’
  • supernatural workout
  • learn a new language!
  • learn london slang
  • take personality tests
  • make gifs
  • see what its like to live on minimum wage
  • watch great vines
  • make glitter out of salt
  • make dip-dyed shoes
  • learn to read korean in 15 minutes
  • how to make origami
  • color matching game
  • fun sites masterpost
  • how to be an adult
  • check your postlimit
  • make a wand
  • find out if a website is safe
  • make a font from your handwriting
  • night vale monopoly
  • learn how to survive a zombie apocalypse
  • how to play ‘sherlock’
  • supernatural workout
  • learn a new language!
  • learn london slang
  • take personality tests
  • watch this video
  • make gifs
  • see what its like to live on minimum wage
  • watch great vines
  • give people free rice by answering trivia!
  • make a flower crown
  • turn your handwriting into a font
  • take a dialect test
  • learn how to write elvish
  • take this amazingly accurate color quiz
  • live kitty cam
  • Boredom masterpost 
  • really interesting websites
  • cute videos
  • vines
  • free hugs
  • fun sites masterpost
  • useless websites
  • play some dumb games
  • color matching game
  • games you played back in the day
  • really cute online games
  • cards against humanity pdf (a must!!)
  • sushi cat 
  • takes you to a random location and you have to guess where you are
  • akinator, the web genie (like guess who!!)
  • create a fake tweet
  • over 100 cool games
  • make punk edits
  • play mario for free
  • learn another language
  • make HUGE unpoppable bubbles
  • make a fat lady eat apples (lol)
  • play some piano
  • draw a stick man and watch the story!
  • listen to drunk people’s ideas
  • thousands of stars (you can zoom in/out and learn about them)
  • check if a username is taken (any site! twitter/tumblr, etc)
  • draws stuff as you move your curser
  • tell your thoughts to no one
  • play with cob web
  • make music with balloons
  • a list of cool sites
  • learn to play the guitar
  • learn to build a ship in a bottle
  • learn origami
  • learn some yoyo tricks
  • make your own stuffed animals
  • how to decorate iphone cases
  • make a candle

Hope you enjoy! And sorry for the long post! :B

Tips for fountain pen beginners:

So. It’s a New Year, time to begin a lot of shit, some of which will be a miss, but some of which will stay with you a long time. One of the traditional resolutions is to start a diary, and some of us feel like getting a bit fancy, writing with a fountain pen. So here’s to all of you who’d like to try it, just a few tips to avoid the most common mistakes.

DON’T BUY THE CHEAPEST FOUNTAIN PEN AVAILABLE.
You don’t have to take a mortgage to buy a nice pen but lots of those you see in supermarkets are intended for kids, at least in our country, and it is fully expected that they will get broken and/or lost within a few months. So the quality is not really high. If you are going to buy something, you should be able to use it comfortably. At the same time, don’t aim too high if you’re not sure you’d like it - some people don’t like the way the nib slides along paper, I have even met some that dislike the sound. Keep this in mind when trying to choose your writing instrument. Probably the best is going to a normal stationery shop, explaining to the salesperson what do you need, and get them help you. If you can’t for various reasons, browse e-shops carefully.

CONSIDER YOUR STYLE.
I am not talking here about colours and shapes you prefer but there are other things to keep in mind. You can have a metallic or resin body (many more but these are the most common ones) - where are you going to keep your pen? Do you have an orderly case or are you like me, and it will live on the bottom of whatever bag you are currently using? Is it possible that you might sit on it accidentaly? Do you have the habit of dropping stuff? Are you chewing your pens?
And then we should consider if you prefer holding a thin or thick shaft, can you write with miniatures or are you more comfortable with something longer in your hand? What about weight? Also, if you know you tend to press heavily when writing, consider the nib. There are even glass nibs; so far I’ve only seen them on antiques, and they tend to leak more ink than contemporary nibs but my friend assures me they are beautiful to handle. I wouldn’t know, I am a heavy-handed person who prefers long, thin, and heavy shafts, so I use mainly metallic bodies.
Another thing to consider is if you are left-handed in left-to-right writing system (or right-handed in a right-to-left one); the ink may smudge and your writing hand might be constantly stained…

IF YOU DON’T PLAN TO USE IT OFTEN, CONSIDER A DIPPING PEN INSTEAD.
Ink dries. When you don’t use your pen, it can dry inside the nib within a week or so, and clog it. If this happens, dismantle the pen and rinse it thoroughly in lukewarm water. You should get to the point where the water is flowing freely through the nib and it’s clear. Sometimes you can dip the whole nib part in a glass of clean water overnight and this can help to unclog the old ink. If it doesn’t, consider the price of your pen and either get it repaired professionally or buy a new one, sorry.
So if you know in advance you’ll be using your pen very rarely, buy a dipping one and don’t forget to clean it before putting it away.
Also, when you know you won’t be using your pen for some time, flush the ink and rinse the pen before stowing it away.

NOT EVERY INK IS COMPATIBLE WITH EVERY PEN.
Let’s skip all the talk about colours and let’s consider thickness. Ink, Indian ink, and calligraphy or illumination ink have different thickness. Indian ink is thicker, so using it in a normal pen might clog it. But there are calligraphy pens designed to work with these, or again, artistic dipping nibs.
Inks also have different lightfastness, means how long does it take for the ink to lose all the colour, and become illegible. The longest lightfastness have the so-called document inks.

ALL INKS ARE ACIDIC.
So rinse your nibs regularly. If possible, wipe the nib with some non-fuzzy fabric or a piece of buckskin after every use (not a chance for me, see the bottom of my bag line). You should rinse out your pen at least when refilling the ink or changing the ink cartridge.
This is also why most of writing nibs are gold-plated, or coated with some other non-reactive metal. If your nib is corroded, get it changed or buy a new pen, depends on price, and emotional value of the pen.

NOT ALL PAPER IS CREATED EQUAL.
Some will soak too much of ink and your lines will be too fuzzy, some will let the ink soak through to the other side, some have special coating which will not take ink well. You will want to experiment. If you are creating a chronicle (or expect your memoires to be found by your descendants or even want to be able to read that poem some years later), look for “acid-free” on the book or diary, as well as higher weight of the paper (the XX g/m2 info; Moleskine diaries are around 70 g/m2, FYI). And choose a light-fast ink.

IF YOUR NIB IS LEAKING TOO MUCH, IT’S DAMAGED.
You may get some blotches, especially if you press too hard or unevenly, or if you are talking with your hands and forget you are holding a pen, but if you get too much, or the flow of the ink is simply unstoppable, it’s time to change the nib or even the whole pen. Again, sometimes the pricier ones can get repaired, but. Yeah.

A FOUNTAIN PEN WILL LEAK IN HIGH ALTITUDES.
That’s actually why ballpoints were invented. You’ve been warned. If you absolutely must take your fountain pen with you on that flight, flush out the ink or remove the cartridge, clean it out and transport it empty or enjoy the impromptu tie dye.

HOW TO REMOVE INK STAINS FROM CLOTHES.
1) Blot it gently with a blotting paper or tissue or toilet paper. If the stain is dry, moisten it with water, let it sit for a while, then blot all you can, as with the fresh one. DO NOT RUB.
2) Treat it with something clear and acidic - lemon juice, white vinegar, etc. Let it sit for a while, about 1-2 hours.
3) Blot it again.
4) Wash as usual.
5) Some inks react better to diluted ammonia, clear alcohol or fresh milk. Try, let sit, wash.
All this is pretty aggressive, so it might eat the dye of your clothes along with the ink. You may want to try this out on some folded hem or some not easily seen piece of the garment first.

HOW TO REMOVE INK STAINS FROM YOUR HANDS.
Wash your hands, then rub lemon juice or vinegar on them. If this doesn’t help, you can try clear alcohol, oily creams or rubbing it off with scrubs, peelings or that rough stone you use for your heels. Don’t go to abrading your skin too fast though, sometimes it can take up to 15 minutes to dissolve the ink.
Funnily enough, sharpie ink is also ink. You can dissolve it by rubbing alcohol (pro tip: hand sanitizers have very high percentage of rubbing alcohol ; you can even use them as fire starters - just rub a bit on a piece of dry wood and light up the match), sunscreen, baby wipes or makeup remover wipes. Have fun.

So. These are the most important things about using a fountain pen, I guess. I hope this helps…

Tie dye nail art inspired by these nails I did a while back. I had a LOT of trouble doing those nails the first time and in my attempts I arrived at a pretty different series of steps that for me, made it a bit easier. I hope the same can be true for you with this tutorial!

1. Paint the nail with a white base.
2. Using your pink polish, make a swirl across the nail. You do not need to use a lot of polish or ensure full coverage with the polish. These first few steps (2-4) are for the purpose of mapping out where the colors will go. This helps make sure that all of the colored swirls fit on the nail and prevents a lot of struggles later on.
3. Behind the pink swirl, make an orange one up against it. Again, this doesn’t need to use a lot of polish.
4. Repeat steps 2-3 with the rest of your colors until all are used and all of the nail is filled.
5. Take your green polish (or whatever color is second to closest to the bottom edge) and cover the green swirl with a lot of polish. You will really want to glob it on here so you can drag it later (but not TOO much or else it will be a mess!). Note: for the remaining steps, you will not want to wait for each coat to dry! This works better when working swiftly so the colors don’t have time to dry up.
6-7. Using a needle, drag the green polish outwards to make the spikes. I sometimes added a bit of the polish to the tip of my needle to make this motion work better and to fill in some of the color gaps that will be created. 
8. Repeat steps 5-7 with your yellow polish. You will want to make these next lines in the same place as the green ones so they fit into each other.
9. Repeat with orange polish.
10. Repeat with pink polish. 
11. Repeat with blue polish.
12. Paint a layer of clear coat. Doing this will not only seal in your great work, but will also make some of your polish smudge into any gaps you may have created when doing the needle dragging. You can always go back and fill in those gaps with their respective colors if it is a big issue.

If you are looking for an easier alternative that still gets you that fun tie dye look, you can do steps 1-5 after painting straight lines with your polish. The result will look something like these.

I hope this tutorial was helpful and I can’t wait to see all of your nails!

ivecarvedawoodenheart  asked:

Or! Then being interviewed at Pride! How do you think that would go?

hmm…. I’m not sure they would initially be very comfortable (especially if we’re going in my pride run fic universe, since they saw the initial backlash to Steve’s tweet asking about Pride stuff). But I think Steve will always take the opportunity to help people, in any way he can, and Sam is pretty similar in that regard.

And the reporter that’s covering the event is decked out in rainbows, so they’re pretty sure she’s not going to crucify them over anything. So after a while Sam really gets into it, like, he’s hamming it up about Steve wanted to dye his hair into a rainbow to piss off fox news (”Please quote me on that” “I’m sorry sir, I don’t think that’s allowed” “damn”), and how Steve has never done tie-dye before, which is why his shorts have a spiral right over the crotch, etc etc

Steve is a little embarrassed, but when the reporter goes to talk to him he’s as earnest as ever, talking about how wonderful it is to have this opportunity, and to be able to go out in public with his boyfriend and hold his hand, and just generally making hearteyes in Sam’s direction, bc they are In Love.

(Of course, Sam then has to jump in about the fact that Steve’s shirt is so tight because “he likes it like that, I swear, you can quote me on that–” “No, please don’t–” “Please do, it would make my day”)

But the interview gets run as is. The reporter talks a little at the end about how much of a relief it is to see someone she looked up to as a young person be like her, etc etc (Steve definitely cries when he reads it. Sam smiles and kisses his cheek)

(This will probably make a lot more sense once I publish the pride run fic lol (WHICH I LOVE BTW))

Summer Bucket List 2014

I hope to get at least half of these done by the end of summer vacation. I have many and might add onto it.

  1. have a perfect fourth of july.
  2. go cosmic bowling.
  3. go thrift shopping.
  4. redecorate my bedroom.
  5. really hit off my youtube channel.
  6. write more music.
  7. go to a concert.
  8. pull a true all-nighter.
  9. go to a baseball game (I’ve only been to one).
  10. get a pair of vans.
  11. have a movie marathon.
  12. dance in the rain.
  13. learn how to ride my skateboard.
  14. get tan, bc im a ghost.
  15. see a shooting star and wish upon it.
  16. walk around with a free hugs shirt on.
  17. try every flavor of Arizona
  18. have a silly string war.
  19. find the perfect pair of shorts.
  20. make smores.
  21. have or go to a bonfire.
  22. grow out my hair.
  23. watch fireworks.
  24. get my nose pierced (please, mom).
  25. be given a piggyback ride.
  26. play volleyball (or set up my net).
  27. go running everyday (or almost everyday).
  28. go swimming a lot.
  29. do something stupid.
  30. learn to play a new instrument.
  31. laugh until I cry.
  32. do something spontaneous.
  33. be a yes girl for an entire day.
  34. watch the sunset and the sunrise.
  35. watch the star wars series for the first time.
  36. camp outside.
  37. photobomb somebody.
  38. step out of my comfort zone.
  39. have a photo shoot.
  40. watch some classic movies.
  41. leave a sweet letter on someone’s car.
  42. watch the clouds.
  43. carve into a tree.
  44. go stargazing.
  45. photo a day.
  46. get a betta fish.
  47. get a henna tattoo.
  48. reach 2k on instagram.
  49. go to a fair/carnival.
  50. watch a full sunset.
  51. hug 5 strangers.
  52. go 24 hours without any electronics.
  53. write in a journal everyday.
  54. lay on my roof.
  55. catch fireflies.
  56. build a fort.
  57. play messy twister.
  58. make the perfect summer playlist.
  59. give or get a number.
  60. make a tie-dye tshirt.
  61. learn how to play poker.
  62. write in a public bathroom stall.
  63. make every single day count.
  64. make a new friend.
  65. do something fearless.
  66. fry an egg on the road.
  67. spend a day sketching things I see outside.
  68. go to an amusement park.
  69. make a flower crown.
  70. recreate my wardrobe.
  71. buy a ukulele.
  72. go to a drive-in movie theatre.
  73. make a dream catcher.
  74. pick flowers for someone.
  75. rock some red lipstick.
  76. swim in the rain.
  77. draw on the driveway with chalk.
  78. make a memory jar.
  79. do dumb challenges.
  80. take a bubble bath.
  81. get some slurpees.
  82. burn old schoolwork.
  83. complete a full coloring book.
  84. roast some marshmallows.
  85. get fit.
  86. eat lots of fruits.
  87. play chubby bunny.
  88. have an amazing birthday.
  89. turn 14. :)
  90. have a me day.
  91. play flashlight tag.
  92. make an inspirational notebook.
  93. use lots of disposable cameras and print the pictures at the end of the summer.
  94. make a tie blanket.
  95. try macarons.
  96. tan tattoo by a silly band.
  97. make banana splits and rootbeer floats.
  98. have or go to a BBQ.
  99. ride the largest rollercoaster.
  100. get some American flag shorts.
  101. play mini golf.
  102. play party games.
  103. climb a tree.
  104. collect Snapple caps.
  105. go on omegle/chat roulette.
  106. stretch more and do yoga.
  107. go on late night walks.
  108. collect bracelets.
  109. try new foods.
  110. wake up to good music most mornings.
  111. be free.
  112. go to Chicago.
  113. throw a party of some sort, big or small.
  114. kiss someone.
  115. change for the better.
  116. let go (of bad people, the past, everything).

I will most likely add more to this list, so I’ll keep you guys updated if I do.