tounge bite

So, Irving

See, I was willing to take a soft approach to Irving, I mean if you play as an Amell or Surana you are his star apprentice…but as I am  re-playing Awakening and DA2….

One year

Anders was held one year in solitary confinement, and Irving did nothing….absolutely nothing. Now you can say it was all Gregoir, but the thing is Gregoir actually kinda listens to Irving. And if it had been completely up to Gregoir, why not just kill him? He had already broken more rules than the other mages. 

So Irving had to be involved somehow, in Awakening Anders doesn’t bite his tounge on how he despises Irving.

Like…Firs Enchanter:


Tiny child with giant ass hammer. im surprised it doesn’t squeak too

finally figured out sunstone/Onodas weapon!
gunna draw midousuji/onyx’s next

more gem AU for my soul


“Loving someone that is over 1,000 miles away from you is stupid” -some random person.

Well you know what.

I think everyone’s opinion matters in live, but that doesn’t mean you have the right to be a negative asshole about it.

If someone is happy.
Then fucking let them be happy.
It may not sound “right” or “correct” in your book, but who gives you the right to ruins someone’s day.

You don’t know how much a person goes through, let alone know how they feel, so i suggest that next time you want to be negative about anyone’s relationship, shut your mouth and bite your toung.

Doesn’t take much to be kind


Anyone in a distance relationship would agree that it’s worth everything when you love that person ^~^
-The Girl With No Voice

Adrien’s faces in Volpina

Have you ever noticed his eyebrows?

Oh no!

I’ll be bad


Adrien watching two girls fighting for his love


When he’s an illusion but still a delicate ballet dancer

pls i’m just an illusion just pls i’ve been hurt enough right pls


Adrien trying to seem lost because he “doesn’t know who Volpina is”

kill me

Adrien, you’re not a good actor

Ok so how do I convince Ladybug to let that false Adrien be false

Adrien trying to bite his tounge 

Plagg rly?

Plagg stahp

Paris is safe thanks to my actions. I can rest now. 

he seems to be kissing the air. i :) bet :) he’s :) thinking :) of :) Ladybug :)




April 25, 2016, by

I absolutely understand why you didn’t get the Beyoncé album, *newsflash honey*…it wasn’t made for you…and i’m going to need you to be cool with that.

Now, I found quite a few of your comments in your piece to be highly “inflammatory & agitating”. As a black woman, i am deeply offended by your lack of due care when writing this article, but i would like to take this opportunity to help you out, and assist you in making the whole “Lemonade thing” a little less bitter for you.
You are a middle aged British white man, you have no idea, i repeat, NO. IDEA. What it is like to be a Black Woman. And furthermore, the sacrificial, struggle-filled, tounge-biting, mask-wearing fight it is to become a successful one.
Let me break this down for you;
Beyoncé’s album is not an attack on anyone, it is a celebration of strength, endurance and potential within black woman-hood. The fact that you are mad/uncomfortable/agitated about it, is evidence enough of how blind you are to the realities of being one.
Beyonce isn’t the only one being unapologetically loud & proud of her blackness, there are many of us (go and type #BlackGirlMagic into instagram/twitter/google), but you didn’t see us or notice the wave. That is why Beyoncé had to do this. On social media, we are celebrating ourselves, in all our glorious forms. We are sporting our – what did you call it? – “Panther-style Afros” (Babe, we’ve had these afro’s growing out of our heads since the beginning of time)  not as political statements, but as celebratory beacons for ourselves, and forthcoming generations.
Beyoncé is a mother now, she wasn’t one when you had your little tea party 5 years ago, becoming a mother of a black child changes things. You can be privileged, but along with your own,  you begin to become concerned for all the other little black children too. Then you start to think, ‘i don’t like what i have had to go through, and i don’t want my child to face the struggles i have, i want to change things’. Seldom are black women in a position to make statements that reverberate around the world and penetrate the peripheral vision of your Piers Morgan’s. Beyoncé did that. You wrote about it. Now you’re trending, and celebrating that fact – LOL.
Whether or not you feel the involvement of the grieving mothers to be in poor taste, is irrelevant. The brutality & racism being faced by black people daily is what IS relevant…and Beyoncé has you talking about it, i’d say it’s a job well done.
Maybe it’s because i’m a black woman.
A Black woman who cried tears when i read about Trayvon Martin or when i saw those awful videos of Eric Garner & Sandra Bland, and then again each time their murderer’s got away without so much as a slap on the wrist. I get how a privileged middle aged white man from Surrey doesn’t feel that pain, but when I saw Trayvon Martin’s picture I saw my nephew, When I saw Eric Garner, I saw my uncle. When i saw Sandra Bland, I saw my auntie. I get, why you don’t get it.
“The New Beyoncé wants to be seen as a black woman”
This line made me laugh out loud! Beyoncé has always been black, she just did what millions of black people feel the need to do to gain success, she made her black palatable to you, which is why you’re such a big fan! Same thing Oprah did, and the Obama’s. This is what black people do, along with working twice as hard to get half as much, we dilute ourselves and our culture, so you accept us. I guess some of us have had enough. Being black is not an affliction. No race should be seen as such. Celebrating our heritage should not be seen as a threat. We just want what you have, fairness and equal potential, and if you don’t give it to us…we’ll fight to get it for our children.
Oh, and on the subject of “The Race Card”, there would be no possibility of it being played if we didn’t have it in our hand.
I dont blame you Piers, not at all. I’m sure it’s lovely being you.
But the lemons we have been handed, are those of the Black female, and we refuse to see them as less than, we will use them to make the most wonderful, Lemonade.