unreal perfection

Make her feel good about herself, the stars shined for her to exist, she is a wonderful masterpiece of stardust incarnate and there will never be another just like her, she is special, perfect in her own little way, not that of a model like you would like to believe hearing the word perfect, no, she is something else, something far more special, all her strengths, her weaknesses, from her beauty to her every flaw, she is unique, a work of art, something only the cosmos itself could fathom to bring into existence

~twinflamedream

TICCY PLAYS ZELDA BREATH OF THE WILD part 1: the beginning

(mostly about the first zone, and some early things you see once you get the explore the whole world) (spoilers, probably, read it only if you have completed at least the first zone (part 1) AND you fixed your tablet (part 2))

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so i just reblogged this ^ to my main (obviously lol), but

what i really want is honest opinions about my ocs

like.  i am sure they are two dimensional somehow or other.  i would love to know how.  or if there are inconsistencies?  or if you just plain hate any of them?  (or if you love them, lol, but i really do want honestly over flattery)

i’d almost want to ask that you go on anon so that you can tell me the real truth, without worrying about me judging you in any way, ya know?  

although if you’ll be honest either way, i don’t really care.

anyway.

just a thought.

It’s Just Business (Part 1/?) (Rogers/Stark x reader)

Request: Bonnie Bonnie I just woke up from an amazing dream! It was basically Pretty Woman but Steve as Julia Roberts and reader as heiress to this company. Almost the same plot but heiress is trying to convince the board of directors that she does not need to marry into another company to save her father’s. So instead of a week-long date with him he becomes her fiancé and husband. I’m sad that request are closed! I only trust you to write this!!! 

Slight language, and Tony’s a jerk

“Mr. Stark, I’m sure that we can come up with an arrangement that will be mutually beneficial,” one of the stuffy suits in your company’s conference room urged, his tone almost bored with the events taking place and his role in them.  Such a trite and unassuming little man should have been more intimidated or at least more impressed by the one-and-only Tony Stark sitting across from him, but he seemed to pay him no respect.  

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