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How Dan and Phil probably broke up #34
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Sky.eward shippers: Chloe is the captain of our ship! She loves it! She said so years ago!

Chloe Bennet: 

Sky.eward shippers: … ANYWAY SHE HAS BEEN HACKED

DSFHDSJFDHDJKHSDF WHY DID SHE HAVE TO RUIN THIS FOR HERSELF SYLVIA WAS PERFECT FOR HER

@itsmissley replied to your post: “@itsmissley replied to your post: omg Nonny, there…”:

Even still with you blogging like mad awesome sauce person you are. A simple ask/message would have cleared that up if they were that worried. But seriously there are bigger issues in the world then this. Someone else said it if they are that concerned. Then they need to talk to who write 50 shades of Grey. Lol

Well they did send me a message.  The first anonymous message I received was a little rude, but I answered with a simple statement that I’m not making profit.  But then someone came to my inbox and started lecturing me on legality issues.  I don’t know if they’re the same person, but they’re blocked now, which is why I posted an answer without the ask to go along with it.  

Just because I understand their concerns, doesn’t mean I need to put up with a lecture.  I’m already aware of everything they’ve told me anyway, and I don’t care because it’s not relevant.  I’m not making profit from my fics.  And if I decide to change the names and take out the fan service from my AUs, the stories are original and in no danger of bringing the wrath of the Original Creators down on fandom.

Thought of the day (while reading a “gender marketing” translation with painfully outdated views): I am really, really sick of us only talking about “gender” when women are involved.

A surprising number of important realizations could be made if we develop the habit of talking about gender dynamics even – perhaps especially – in the context of all-male or mostly-male groups.

How does it affect productivity, public image, collaboration, negotiating, client acquisition, etc. to have any group of people involved be entirely men? What effects does this drastic gender imbalance cause in its environment?

LET’S TALK ABOUT GENDER AND MEN, PEOPLE. Gender is not an exclusively female domain.


Me, interviewing the director of basically any film ever: “So let’s talk about the extreme gender imbalance in the casting of this film. What was the thinking behind that? Was there a particular statement you were trying to make, a satirical observation on the politics of society, perhaps? That kind of came out of left field, when we watched the film and all the parts but one were men. Can you tell us a little about the background of that?”


Director: “Um… I didn’t actually consciously think that much abou–”

Me, interrupting: “Come now, don’t be modest! That was a fascinating artistic decision! The drastic disparity between the number of men and the number of women in the film makes it clear to even the most casual viewer that gender is a central theme in this story. Can we delve into that a little bit further?”

Director: “…”


This would be a fun tack to take in regard to race, too.

“I noticed something very interesting about your film, which is that every single one of the leading roles is played by a white actor. Clearly there’s some conceptual message you want to communicate with this creative choice. Could you talk about that?”

Director: *sweats nervously*

Important messages from “Yuri!!! on Ice” to an athlete

1. You don’t have an expiration date. Yuuri is a “late bloomer”, you can be that too.

2. To succeed in your sport, you don’t have to be born with talent - hard work and dedication will bring you far.

3. Rivalry doesn’t exclude the possibility of a friendship.

Originally posted by rirens

4. What works for others might not work for you. You’re an individual and there’s not one correct answer to what will help you improve your athletic performance. Celestino wasn’t the right coach for Yuuri, ballet didn’t work for Otabek.

5. Some days - maybe weeks or months, even - you won’t perform the way you want to and know you can. That’s okay. You’ll figure it out. Everyone falls into a slump sometimes.

6. At the end of the day, the most important thing is that you enjoy your sport. It’s supposed to be fun, even though it might seem to be all work and no fun.

7. You don’t have to fight alone . Don’t be afraid to ask for help - it might help you to develop your skills and help you out of a rough patch

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Stanuary week three: Memories
Bit by bit all of his memories return, but not all of them are good ones.


You can see all of my Stanuary entries here.

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first appearances (1/?+ holly blue agate

“Blue Diamond and her trusted Agate—that’s mehave been maintaining this place since the dawn of Era 2.”

keith, waking up in cold sweat at 2 AM: i love lance with my entire heart, soul and being 

My life goal is to adapt every meme