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Door Struggles

Critters asked: How many cumulative hours has Vox Machina fought with doors on stream?

It’s impossible to say in in-game time because some of it wasn’t measured in neat 6-second rounds. We can, however, measure real life time! For this (and for fun), we decided to include some barriers and portals that functioned as doors as well. We didn’t include doors that didn’t pose a threat to Vox Machina. Updated to Episode 85.

Time Spent Dealing With Doors and Barriers: 4:11:13

Thanks to icecream-s-coops, @JacobSBrowning, @_miss_maria_, Monique S., and our past volunteers for their work compiling this list!

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when u put on flannel and ur Cassie af:  👌👀👌👀👌👀👌👀👌👀 good shit go౦ԁ sHit👌 thats ✔ some good👌👌shit right👌👌th 👌 ere👌👌👌 right✔there ✔✔if i do ƽaү so my self 💯 

when u remember the rest of the books and the mess of PTSD she must have:  do NOT sign me the FUCK up 👎👀👎👀👎👀👎👀👎👀  bad shit ba̷̶ ԁ sHit 👎 thats ❌ some bad 👎👎shit right 👎👎 th   👎 ere 👎👎👎 right ❌ there ❌ ❌ if i do ƽaү so my self🚫 i say so 🚫 thats not what im talking about right there right there (chorus: ʳᶦᵍʰᵗ ᵗʰᵉʳᵉ) 

Chapter 53. On the first part of dagger alone.

First you will settle yourself with the right foot forward in Coda Longa e Stretta, with the left foot by the right, & without moving the eye from the dagger hand of your enemy, in which mode first you will give a thrust to the uncovered part of his hand, the side inside of his right hand, if he will have no worse or better for himself; & turn with this point a mezzo mandritto in that same time & your dagger will be in Porta di Ferro Alta

now, to threaten your enemy’s head, you will throw your right foot a little across to his right side [from his perspective] and throw in this passing a blow with the true edge of the dagger in Guardia de Intrare & in this same parry you will throw your left foot strongly across to his right side & grab with your left hand his right arm straight from outside, in this mode you will give a roverso to the head or a thrust to the chest; take care that he does not throw his left hand to your dagger arm; and having done this you will take four or five passes backwards & settle yourself as aforesaid.

[For this GIF, just note that the entry forward should be through Guardia de Intrare, which is a thrust to the face palm down, which these guys don’t do because they lack a crossguard on their swords and therefore must use a hanging]. 

Chapter 54. On the second part of the dagger alone.

Standing in Coda Longa e Stretta and your enemy throws a thrust to your dagger hand, in throwing this thrust you will lift your hand such that you pass his point and in the same tempo give him a roverso traversato on top of his dagger arm; 

and if he throws to you a mandritto to the head, you will parry it with the true edge of the dagger and give him a fendente in the head; & and make a mezza volta di pugno & you will settle in Coda Longa e Stretta, very polished, ordered as in the first part.


Hello, fellow Phans! If you haven’t yet seen it, this is @butchhartman‘s “tour of the Ghost Zone” linked straight from his official YouTube channel. The first six minutes (or up to 5:54, to be exact) are mostly a recap of what loyal viewers already know, with a few comments that might be good to take note of. After that, Hartman gets into some interesting ideas that are not seen in the show itself. The key points will be covered below the cut with references to the times they are mentioned in the video, for those of you who can’t watch it right now!

I apologize in advance for being overly wordy, I am very very excited about some of this (most. all?)!

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101 Things I Will Teach My Daughters by Leah Froehle

1. Chocolate is only a temporary fix.

2. A properly-fitting bra is not a luxury. It is a necessity.

3. Your happiness is your happiness and yours alone.

4. How to apply red lipstick.

5. How to wear the crap out of red lipstick.

6. A boyfriend does not validate your existence.

7. Eat the extra slice of pizza.

8. Wear what makes you feel gracefully at ease.

9. Love the world unconditionally.

10. Seek beauty in all things.

11. Buy your friends dinner when you can.

12. Wear sunscreen like it’s your second job.

13. Try with all your might to keep in contact with far-away friends.

14. Make the world feel at ease around you.

15. Walk with your head up.

16. Order a cheeseburger on the first date if you want to.

17. Never, ever bite your nails.

18. Swipe on some lipstick, put on your leather jacket, and sneak into a bar somewhere.

19. Learn from your mistakes that night.

20. Dental hygiene is not multiple choice.

21. Your GPA is not a confession of your character.

22. There is strength in breaking down.

23. You don’t have to like yoga.

24. Pick a tea.

25. Take care of your feet.

26. Pick a perfume.

27. Even if you’re tall, wear the heels anyway.

28. Classy is a relative term.

29. Drink whiskey if you like whiskey.

30. Drink wine if you like wine.

31. Like what you like.

32. Offer no explanation.

33. Advil and Gatorade.

34. You are no less of a woman when you’re in sweats and gym shoes than a woman in stilettos and a pencil skirt.

35. A woman is a woman is a woman.

36. Love your fellow woman with all your heart and soul.

37. Cry, uninhibited, with your friends.

38. Laugh until you can’t breathe with your friends.

39. Tell me everything.

40. Exercise to be strong and healthy. A beautiful soul needs a sturdy vessel.

41. There is no shame in hoping for love.

42. My cooking is the best cooking.

43. Do not take sex lightly.

44. I mean it.

45. Anna Karenina. I’d like it if you read it.

46. The world spins on the principle of inherent tragedy.

47. Do not be blind to it.

48. Men are effectively idiots until the age of 26.

49. Carbohydrates are not the enemy.

50. Involve yourself in an organized activity of your choosing.

51. Listen to classical music occasionally.

52. Take hot baths.

53. Do not use bath salts.

54. You are more than capable.

55. I promise.

56. Don’t smile if you don’t mean it.

57. Mean your anger. Mean your sadness. Mean your pain.

58. I am always, always listening.

59. Travel.

60. Get stuck in a foreign country with $4.67 in your account.

61. Make me furious.

62. Make me worry.

63. Come home smelly, tired, and with a good story.

64. Your story isn’t really yours.

65. You are a compilation of others’ stories.

66. Well-fitting and modest is ALWAYS sexier than too small and tight.

67. Who cares if glitter isn’t tasteful?

68. It’s too much eyeliner if you have to ask.

69. Learn to bake for when you’re sad and I’m not there.

70. Humility and subservience are not synonyms.

71. Wash your face twice per day.

72. Be gentle with your skin.

73. Science is really cool.

74. So is literature.

75. And history.

76. And math.

77. There is no substitute for fresh air.

78. Carry your weight.

79. Make up for it later if you can’t.

80. That salad is not better than pasta and it never will be.

81. You’re fooling no one.

82. Find at least three green vegetables you can tolerate.

83. A smoothie is not a meal.

84. Expect the best from everyone.

85. People will let you down.

86. Bask in the sun (wearing a sunhat and SPF 90).

87. There is a certain kind of man you need to avoid at all costs.

88. You’ll know it when you meet him.

89. What other people say is right doesn’t always feel right.

90. What feels right is where your happiness is.

91. Give thoughtful gifts.

92. Form an opinion.

93. Stick to it.

94. Exfoliation in moderation.

95. Argue with people when you need to.

96. If it’s worth fighting for, fight fiercely.

97. Don’t fight for acceptance.

98. You shouldn’t have to.

99. Take pictures, but not too many.

100. Follow your bliss at all costs. (I’m cutting you off at 22, though).

101. Chocolate ice cream, however, might just be a permanent fix.

Happy Birthday, Tito Puente!

Ernesto Antonio “Tito” Puente, (April 20, 1923 – June 1, 2000),[1] was an American salsa musician and Latin jazz composer. The son of native Puerto Ricans, Ernest and Ercilia Puente, living in New York City's Spanish Harlem community, Puente is often credited as “The Musical Pope,” “El Rey de los Timbales” (The King of the timbales) and “The King of Latin Music.” He is best known for dance-oriented mambo and Latin jazz compositions that helped keep his career going for 50 years. He and his music appear in many films such as The Mambo Kings and Fernando Trueba‘s Calle 54. He guest-starred on several television shows including Sesame StreetThe Cosby Showand, most notably, The Simpsons two-part episode “Who Shot Mr. Burns?”.

Tito Puente was born on April 20, 1923, at Harlem Hospital Center in New York City. His family moved frequently, but he spent the majority of his childhood in the Spanish Harlem area of the city. Puente’s father was the foreman at a razorblade factory.

As a child, he was described as hyperactive, and after neighbors complained of hearing seven-year-old Puente beating on pots and window frames, his mother sent him to 25 cent piano lessons. By the age of 10, he switched to percussion, drawing influence from jazz drummer Gene Krupa. He later created a song-and-dance duo with his sister Anna in the 1930s and intended to become a dancer, but an ankle tendon injury prevented him pursuing dance as a career. When the drummer in Machito’s band was drafted to the army, Puente subsequently took his place.

Tito Puente Sr. served in the Navy for three years during World War II after being drafted in 1942. He was discharged with a Presidential Unit Citation for serving in nine battles on the escort carrier USS Santee (CVE-29). The GI Bill allowed him to study music at Juilliard School of Music, where he completed a formal education in conducting, orchestration and theory. In 1969, he received the key to the City of New York from former Mayor John Lindsay. In 1992, he was inducted into the National Congressional Record, and in 1993 he received the James Smithson Bicentennial Medal from the Smithsonian.[5]

During the 1950s, Puente was at the height of his popularity, and helped to bring Afro-Cuban and Caribbean sounds, like mamboson, and cha-cha-cha, to mainstream audiences. Puente was so successful playing popular Afro-Cuban rhythms that many people mistakenly identify him as Cuban. Dance Mania, possibly Puente’s most well known album was released in 1958.[6] Later, he moved into more diverse sounds, including pop music, bossa nova and others, eventually settling down with a fusion of Afro-Cuban and Latin jazz genres that became known as “salsa” (a term that he disliked). In 1979, Puente won the first of five Grammy Awards for the albums A Tribute to Benny MoréOn BroadwayMambo Diablo, and Goza Mi Timbal. In 1990, Puente was awarded the James Smithson Bicentennial Medal. He was also awarded a Grammy at the first Latin Grammy Awards, winning Best Traditional Tropical Album for Mambo Birdland. In 1995, he appeared as himself on the Simpsons episode “Who Shot Mr. Burns?” In early 2000, he shot the music documentaryCalle 54, wearing an all-white outfit with his band.[7] After a show in Puerto Rico on May 31, he suffered a massive heart attack and was flown to New York City for surgery to repair aheart valve, but complications developed and he died during the night of May 31 – June 1, 2000.[8] He was posthumously awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003.

Tito Puente’s name is often mentioned in a television production called La Epoca,[9] a film about the Palladium era in New York, Afro-Cuban music and rhythms, Mambo and Salsa as dances and music and much more. The film discusses many of Tito Puente’s as well as Arsenio Rodríguez’s contributions, and features interviews with some of the musicians Puente recorded with such as Alfonso “El Panameno” Joseph, Luis Mangual, Julian Lianos and others.

Puente’s youngest son, Tito Puente, Jr., has continued his father’s legacy by presenting many of the same songs in his performances and recordings, while daughter Audrey Puenteis a television meteorologist for WNYW and WWOR-TV in New York City. Puente’s granddaughter, Janeen Puente, is a singer and bandleader. Her band is known as the Janeen Puente Orchestra.


On this day in music history: March 24, 1986 - “Please”, the debut album by the Pet Shop Boys is released. Produced by Stephen Hague, it is recorded at Advision Studios in London, UK from Mid 1984 - Late 1985. After their split with dance music producer Bobby “Bobby O” Orlando, Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe sign a recording contract with EMI Records subsidiary Parlophone Records in 1984. The duo also collaborate with dance music musician Ron Dean Miller (Nuance & Vikki Love, Raw Silk), as well as Art Of Noise keyboardist/programmer J.J. Jeczalik, Roxy Music saxophonist Andy Mackay, former Bee Gees keyboardist Blue Weaver and vocalist Helena Springs. The British synth-pop duo title their album as such so that fans could simply ask for “the Pet Shop Boys album, “Please”. It is a huge worldwide success, spinning off four singles including “West End Girls” (#1 UK and US), “Opportunities (Let’s Make Lots Of Money)” (#10 US Pop, #11 UK), and “Love Comes Quickly” (#19 UK, #54 US Pop). The albums’ stark, minimalist cover graphics are designed by graphic artist Mark Farrow at Circle 3 (with an extra small cover photo of the duo taken by Smash Hits Magazine photographer Eric Watson, a friend of Tennant’s from his days as a writer and editor for the UK music magazine. Watson also directs several music videos for PSB.), who designs many distinctive album and single sleeve covers for The Pet Shop Boys over the years. The album is remastered and reissued on CD in 2001 as a double CD deluxe edition titled “Please/Further Listening - 1984 - 1986”. The first disc features the original eleven track album, with the second disc including thirteen bonus tracks consisting of extended 12" mixes, single edits and B-sides. “Please” peaks at number three on the UK album chart, number seven on the Billboard Top 200, and is certified Platinum in the US by the RIAA.


Any Broadway fans out there? Here’s “She Used To Be Mine” from Waitress!

From @emmetirishtenor: SO excited to be performing in New York City on June 18th at the world famous ‘Feinsteins 54 Below’ music venue.
The show Is themed the ‘Swinging music of Sara Bareilles ’
There will be loads of amazing singers there on the night. Check out for details 😉


On this day in music history: May 26, 1987 - “Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me”, the seventh studio album by The Cure is released (UK release is on May 25, 1987). Produced by Robert Smith and David M. Allen, it is recorded at Studio Miraval in Le Val, France, Compass Point Studios in Nassau, The Bahamas, and ICP Studios in Bruxelles, Belgium from September 6, 1986 - January 1987. Following the success of their previous release “The Head On The Door”, Cure front man and chief songwriter Robert Smith decides that a change of locale to work on their next album is necessary, so the band depart for The Bahamas to record at Chris Blackwell’s (founder of Island Records) Compass Point Studios for the initial recording sessions. The eighteen track double LP set is the result of a very prolific period for the band, who record forty songs for the album before being pared down to the final number used on the finished release. The end result is The Cure’s most stylistically diverse and most accessible album to date. The album spins off three singles in the US (four in the UK) including “Why Can’t I Be You” (#21 UK, #54 US Pop) “Hot Hot Hot!!! (#11 Club Play), and their first US top 40 single “Just Like Heaven” (#29 UK, #40 US Pop). When it is initially released, the original CD version of the album omits the track "Hey You!” in order to release the album on a single disc, since the song would make the running time breach the CD’s then seventy four minute time limit. The song is later restored to the running order. The album is reissued as a two CD deluxe edition in 2006, containing demo recordings of several songs and a live version of “Why Can’t I Be You?” from the final show of the “Kissing Tour” in 1987. In April of 2013, the album is reissued on vinyl (available in the US in that configuration for the first time in over twenty years) in a limited pressing (on red 180 gram vinyl) of only 3,500 copies for Record Store Day in the US and UK. The vinyl LP is subsequently is reissued as a standard black vinyl pressing, and is the current version in print. “Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me” peaks at number six on the UK album chart, number thirty five on the Billboard Top 200, and is certified Platinum in the US by the RIAA.

John Lloyd Young - A Gifted Soul Returns to 54 Below

So many of us have been awaiting @johnlloydyoungfriends return to 54 Below since the tickets went on sale in October, and have been looking forward to the shows ever since.  We wondered what he would have in store for us - and can definitely say that he did not disappoint.  In fact - JLY is better than ever.  

I was fortunate to attend Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s shows…he was phenomenal both nights - even when dealing with an “echo” on Tuesday.  This echo was not the technical variety that he mentioned that he learned to deal with while performing on Broadway, but an echo of the human kind.  Can you imagine being on stage and having someone in the audience sing along with you so loudly that you can hear it on stage along with the rest of the audience?  Many people would be thrown off, but not JLY.  He handled it all with grace, class, and humor.  And thankfully, the echo was not present on Wednesday night.  

Echo aside, JLY blew all of us away with each song selection, showing how he can take absolutely any song that has already been recorded and make it completely his own.  He opened with “The Spy”, which always gives the audience chills as he performs it.  He then moved into another Doors song, the hauntingly beautiful “Crystal Ship”, and made it better than the original as well.  In what is starting to become a trend for me, I heard “Crystal Ship” on the radio today driving home from NYC (which really surprised me since I have not heard that one on the radio in years) … and while Jim Morrison’s classic version is wonderful, JLY puts his own spin on it, bringing out the full emotion of the words and melody.  I really hope he is going to record it as well.

You can’t help but feel the raw emotion in all of the songs JLY sings, including “Stardust”,”Hurt”, and “Say No More”.  You experience the “fado” along with him - that feeling of the knife twisting in the chest that he conveys so well. And as he keeps proving whenever he performs, he can make you feel the emotion in any language:  “Ming Ri Tian Ya” (Mandarin), “Parla Piu Piano” (Italian), and “Usted” (Spanish) move all of us every time.  JLY has the ability to sing in each language fluently and make you feel these songs, whether you know or understand each of these languages or not.  It takes a gifted vocalist and performer to be able to do that.  When he serenades us with those songs - along with ones in English like “Ooh Baby Baby” and “Maybe I’m Amazed” - he gets right to each of our hearts.  Nobody does that better than JLY.

His original material is also outstanding - “Almost There”, “Slow Dawn Calling”, and “Alone Together” are all potential hits.  I love the story behind “Alone Together” …how JLY told Tommy Faragher that he wanted to create the feeling of someone like Edgar Allen Poe, sitting in a turret somewhere alone and thinking.  Those stories behind the songs just add to the meaning for all of us, and to the power of the song. I look forward to hearing these on a recording-and hopefully on the radio where they belong.  

Speaking of Tommy…we got to hear him perform solo and show off his amazing voice as well.  He performed “A Song For You”, dedicating it to JLY and also honoring the original writer and performer, Leon Russell, who passed away a few months ago.  It was a treat to hear Tommy sing this one, and I hope they keep doing this in future sets.  

JLY did also sing “Sherry” for us, having us all get up out of our seats and sing with him, dancing along as he performed the moves on stage.  I hope it was as much fun for him as it was for us.  :o)  For a song he’s sung over 3000 times, he still makes it sound brand new. 

He closed out the evening with something special - performing “The Impossible Dream” like it’s never been done before.  It took my breath away and made me cry, as I know it did for many others in the room as well.  With the talent and voice that JLY has, that star is definitely within reach.  His vocals are second to none, and he shares his soul with all of us every time he performs.  Going to see JLY in concert is good for the soul, in more ways than one. We are so thankful each and every time - and grateful that he shares his gifts with us.

A Further Note Concerning Tomorrow’s General Election

Tactical voting is fine.

Granted it can feel weird, and granted no-one really likes it. I certainly don’t. Deliberately crossing the second- or third-favourite box isn’t pleasant. But, you’re not perjuring yourself and you’re not committing any kind of moral sin - you’re trying to make the best of a bad deal. And, frankly, First Past The Post is a dreadful deal.

(A small note - supposing the most nightmarish polls are true and the Tories get 46% of the vote. This still means 54% of us voted against them - a bigger majority than Brexit got! That’s FPTP for you - it’s a mad, shitty, unfair system, frankly.)

Let’s consider an example. Suppose Party A is first in your area, and is made up wholly of walking balls of pure evil. Party B are second-place in your district. You actually prefer Party C, but their support is tiny. It does make sense to switch to B, to try and minimise the damage.

Tactical voting is fine. So, for that matter, is voting by conscience (if you genuinely can’t stomach the local equivalent to Party B, then fair enough - they’re not a Least Worst Option in that situation).

But however you vote, please do vote tomorrow.

Prompt List

If you want to request a prompt, submit the prompts (1-3) and character. It can be as random as you’d like.

1.    “Here, let me see.”

2.    “Don’t look down.”

3.    “Will you just hold still?”

4.    “This isn’t about you!”

5.    “What’s that behind your back?”

6.    “There’s a leaf in your hair.”

7.    “i think i twisted my ankle.”

8.    “Why are you giving me such a hard time about this?”

9.    “Of course you’d believe that.”

10.  “Shhh! they’ll hear us!”

11.  “It doesn’t look like you’ll need stitches.”

12.  “Remember when you used to care?”

13.  “Why didn’t you text me back?”

14.  “Will you just tell me the truth?”

15.  “You’re too damn cute.”

16.  “Why are you laughing?”

17.  “This will only take a second.”

18.  “You think you could do better?”

19.  “Isn’t this a gorgeous view?”

20.  “You call that music?”

21.  “You can’t have it both ways.”

22.  “We go on three.”

23.  “I’m not bothering you, am I?”

24.  “I didn’t know you could do that!”

25.  “I forgot you used to like this stuff!”

26.  “I just want to help you.”

27.  “Don’t worry about it.”

28.  “Come on, it wasn’t that bad.”

29.  “Don’t move.”

30.  “We’re running low on time here.”

31.  “Anything but that!”

32.  “Or else what?”

33.  “Stay with me.”

34.  “I came to kick ass and chew gum, and I’m all out of gum.”

35.  “Whatever it is, I didn’t do it.”

36.  “You’re an idiot.”

37.  “This should be… interesting.”

38.  “Don’t judge me!”

39.  “Have I ever told you I like you?”

40.  “I was bored.”

41.  “When’s the last time you said ‘I love you’?”

42.  “… Ignore that explosion.”

43.  “Agree to disagree.”

44.  “That was awesome! and disgusting!”

45.  “Don’t make me regret saving you.”

46.  “Care to prove me wrong?”

47.  “Are you… are you flirting with me?”

48.  “After we beat up some thugs, how about dinner?”

49.  “You’re a horrible cook.”

50.  No, your other left.”

51.  “Since when did you get ideas?”

52.  “Do you even know what that is?”

53.  “I’m proud of you. I’m proud of us.”

54.  “Don’t lie to me.”

55.  “Can you at least pretend to take this seriously?”

56.  “Don’t laugh. I said don’t laugh!”

57.  “I didn’t know you could do that!”

58.  “I gave you my heart.”

59.  “I trusted you.”

60.  “Don’t tempt me.”

61.  “Am I supposed to be impressed?”

62.  “… Well, this is awkward.”

63.  “I’m going to kiss you now.”

64.  “I need a hug.”

65.  “That’s… not healthy.”

66.  “Are you… in love with me?”

67.  “You put the ass in assassin.”

68.  “I miss you already.”

69.  “How did you get in here?!”

70.  “I think we should have a sleepover.”

71.  “I did not sign up for this!”

72.  “When did you get so badass?”

73.  “I’m having a bad day.”

74.  “Calm down.”

75.  “I’m not crying, my eyes are sweating.”

76.  “Was that… sarcasm?”

77.  “Can I kick your ass now?”

78.  “Why are you still awake? It’s 3 in the morning.”

79.  “There’s no such thing as too much cheese.”

80.  “Shut up before I punch you.”

81.  “That was… nice.”

82.  “Did you get stuck again?”

83.  “Are you always like this?”

84.  “There’s more where that came from.”

85.  “I am not dying today!”

86. “I did a pregnancy test.”

87. “I didn’t ask for any of this!”

88. "I didn’t know you could cook.” “Oh, trust me I can’t.”

89. "I didn’t know you could sing.”

90. "I didn’t know you were so competitive.”

91. "I didn’t realize I needed your permission.”

92. "I didn’t think it was even possible for you to be so intelligent.”

93. "I don’t care what he said, it doesn’t mean jack squat.”

94. "I don’t know what I did to deserve you.”

95. “I don’t know why I’m crying.”

96. “I don’t snore, do I?” “Like a chainsaw.”

97. “I don’t want to have a baby.”

98. “I don’t want to hurt you.”

99. “I don’t want to let you down.”

100. “I got you a present.”

101. “I guess I was wrong about you. you’re not so bad after all.”

102. “I had a nightmare about you and just wanted to make sure you’re okay.”

103. “I had to see you again.”

104. “I hate you!” “No you don’t.”

105. “I hope one day you’re as happy as you’re pretending to be.”

106. “I just need you to do this one thing for me.”

107. “I just really need to have you here right now.”

108. “I just want this.”

109. “I just want to be alone right now.”

110. “I just wanted you to know that when I picture myself happy… it’s with you.”

111. “I know, but… I love him. you can’t give up on a person you love.”

112. "I know, but he’s your partner for this.”

113. “I know that you have reached a decision, but given that it is a stupid ass decision I’ve elected to ignore it”

114. “I love you.” “I know.”

115. “I love you. I’ve loved you since the moment I first laid eyes on you and – oh, screw it!”

116. “I love you a lot, but please stop trying to cook me dinner, you suck.”

117. “I love you for you, don’t you dare think otherwise!”

118. “I love you more than anything in this world… which is why you have to stay here.”

119. “I love you, you asshole.”

120. “I made a mistake.”

121. “I may be an idiot but I’m your idiot.”

122. “I may despise you with the burning white hot intensity of a thousand suns, but that doesn’t mean I don’t love you.”

123. “I may have… ripped my pants.”

124. “I miss her so damn much, and it’s killing me that she’s gone!”

125. “I need you to forgive me.”

126. “I never believed in soulmates until I met you.”

127. “I never learned how to whistle.”

128. “I never meant for anyone to get hurt!”

129. “I saw you staring at each other, i just wasn’t sure if it was sexual tension or murderous rage.”

130. "I see the way you look at me when you think i’m not looking.”

131. “I swear if you weren’t so attractive, I’d have punched you in the face nine times by now.”

132. “I swear it was an accident.”

133. “I swear it was like that when I found it!”

134. “I think I picked up your coffee by mistake.”

135. "I think I’m in love with you and that scares me to death.”

136. “Please forgive me, but I actually thought you cared”

137. “Go to hell”

138. “Fuck You”

139. “Fuck off”

140. “Fuck me”

141. “Fuck”

142. “I’m so happy I could kiss you”

143. “What do you want for dinner?”

144. “Forever?” … “Forever!”

145. “Sorry I’m late”

146. “God, I hate you”

147. “I’m so sorry…”

148. “Is this decaf?”

149. “You’re killing me”

150. “Why me?”

151. “Stop it!”

152. “Don’t you dare!”

153. “I swear I can see the devil in your eyes”

154. “Truth or Dare?”

155. “Do you trust me?” … “Always”

156. “Don’t you trust me?”

157. “What? Didn’t see that coming?”

158. “Where are you?”

159. “Please come home safe…”

160. “I can’t lose you”

161. “Not again…”

162. “I love you”

163. “Talk dirty to me”

164. “Take it out on me…”

165. “What happened?”

166. “Have you been crying?”

167. “I always know”

168. “It’s midnight, what do you want?”

169. “Kiss me”

170. “Call me”

171. “Son of a bitch”

172. “How are you?”

173. “It’s been years, how are you?”

174. “Where have you been?”

175. “She/he will come back”

176. “I swear”

177. “You don’t need to be demanding”

178. “I need a strong drink and some pain killers”

179. “This is the end, isn’t it?”

180. “Go to hell”

181. “Baby..”

182. “I miss you”

183. “See you at home” -

184. “You, me, bed now”

185. “That’s Greek to me”

186. “Care to explain?”

187. “You’re so cute”

188. “You’re adorable”

189. “For the love of god”

190. “We can never catch a break can we?”

191. “Now where’s the fun in that?”

192. “Do me a favor? Stand back.”

193. “Stand down”

194. “Hold me”

195. “I guess that makes us sinners, huh?”

196. “You better hope my mom doesn’t find out”

197. “Where are we?”

198. “Did you even look at a map?”

199. “Cry me a river”

200. “Is that blood?”

anonymous asked:

Hardly useful STCs #54: Vanilla flavored bug spray.

“Why would anyone make this, so the orks or tyranids could taste something good when they eat you?”