your favourite ending

anti is the soft humming of static from an old television set, blurry street lights and cool breezes, he’s sharp dull pains, old radio songs you haven’t heard in years combined with feelings of nostalgic existential dread, knowing that you’re getting old and slowly losing control of your life

dark is the bitter taste of cigarette smoke, a starry night’s sky, old homemade vhs tapes, and the sound of a record stuck on repeat. he’s that friend you both hate and love, the thorn on the rose, and that moment when your favourite song ends and you’re left in silence, the feeling that you’re always going to be alone and that things won’t ever change

THEORY TIME

You know this scene from Unwound Future?

Of course you do. Everyone does. But my focus isn’t on Layton this time. It’s on the snow.

I’ve replayed the game several times each Christmas (my present to myself is torture, gg) and each time I’ve wondered why it’s snowing. It never snows when you travel to the present London. There’s no snow on the ground, hardly anyone in jackets, etc. So was it just for show for this scene? Possibly. But this theory I have seems to be more appropriate…and much more disturbing.

What major event happens before this scene? Clive rips through the underground and begins destroying the real London using missiles. And a lot of them. Because of the Mobile Fortress’s height, which I’ve roughly estimated to about 22 km (13 miles) high, and the explosions its cannons produced so large, the destroyed bits of London were likely thrown into the troposphere, the lowest atmospheric layer of earth which produces weather. Compare this event to the eruption of a volcano. Depending on the force of the eruption, said eruption could eject ash particles and sulphur-rich gases into the troposphere, creating an ash cloud which rains–you guessed it–ashes.

This brings me to the point of my theory. Clive’s destruction threw so much debris and gunpowder into the troposphere it acted like a volcanic eruption, or possibly many eruptions. Therefore, in the scene above, Layton is not being lightly dusted by an early winter flurry. Because that’s not snow. It’s ashes. But not just any ashes. Ashes of London–of dead people, homes, personal belongings. All falling on Layton as he mourns his departed sweetheart.

anonymous asked:

What is your favourite ending to a game?

When you beat World 8 in Super Mario Bros., and it turned out that the princess was never actually captured, but rather following Mario just off screen to the left the whole time.  My mind was blown.

Fairy Tail Questions

Send me a number:

1. Who is your favourite female character?
2. Who is your favourite male character?
3. Who is your least favourite female character?
4. Who is your least favourite male character
5. Who are your OTPs?
6. Who is your least favourite pairing?
7. What is your favourite arc?
8. What is your favourite anime episode?
9. Who is your favourite villain turned good?
10. Who is your favourite dragon slayer?
11. What is your favourite opening/ending?
12. Who is your favourite exceed?
13. Who is your favourite celestial spirit?
14. Who is your favourite Oracion Seis member?
15. What is your favourite group/team?

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Fic Recs: You Show Me Yours by endingthemes:(~11k)

When Erik receives nudes in the middle of the night from an unknown number, he’s confused and mildly amused. He doesn’t expect it to turn into an actual conversation…with feelings.

As if that’s not baffling enough, his friend’s brother ends up crashing at his place, further complicating everything.

Comments: Amazing, incredibly sweet, wonderfully written fic, please kudo this to outer space. It’s in Erik’s pov, but you can see Charles pining - both of them pine like the idiots they usually are , and there are misunderstandings and texting sass and all that jazz of a good fluffy rom com. I have reread this at least three times

“You win, Kevin. Everything goes right. You and community radio prevail. And you are happier than ever. Desert Bluffs is a wonderful town, and you live happily in it.”

Cooking for you (but it failed)
  • 707: Attempts to cook your favourite food, ends up burning the water and calls it a victory
  • Jumin: Tries to make everything as perfect as possible with the dish, forgets to wash up as he goes and ends up using 70% of the crockery
  • Yoosung: Cooks you a really cute looking dish. But he kinda used sugar instead of salt.
  • Zen: He attempts to cut up onion and starts crying, so he orders some take out and dresses it up really pretty on the plates.
  • Jaehee: Cooks a highly nutritious meal, but ends up having it completely bland.

(21/3/17)

30 day studyblr challenge, day 30: you made it! reward yourself by doing one of your favourite things to do and snap a photo!

I worked on some of my iMovie (hence the photo) and a bit of procreate :)

wow! thirty days have just flown by! it also feels like a long time, though. huh.

I’ve really enjoyed doing this challenge; hopefully I can do more in the future!

song of the day: the sound - the 1975

have a great tuesday everyone! xo

(@hayley-studies)

Love is a promise, saying I love you is a promise to be with you and love you through thick and thin. Life isn’t easy, and neither are relationships but what makes it easier is having that one person. The one person who makes you laugh, the one who is there whether you’re having a great day or a bad day. The one who runs you a hot bubble bath and gets you a glass of your favourite wine at the end of a long day, or gets your blankies and an apple juice and sets up a movie when you need to forget about life for a bit.

To me, love is a lot of different things. It’s looking out for someone, helping them be the best version of them selves. It means supporting eachother through everything and being their rock, showing your struggles and opening up about your fears and letting yourself be vulnerable even if it’s the hardest thing to do, you have to let it happen, you have to let your walls down to make it work.

And I’m not the best at that, but I’m trying. I like being able to open up to you, I’m slowly learning that it’s okay be vulnerable and feel your feelings. Thank you for being patient with me and letting me take my time to open up. And for putting up with my moodiness and the walls I put up, and for always letting me talk about my day and what I’m feeling. I really hope you feel safe to talk too.. because you’re my safety zone, you’re my rock and my forever. I want you for the rest of my life, I want you to share everything with you.

I love you.
I always have and I always will
Through the good and the bad.
I’m yours till the end of time
I promise daddy ❤️😘


I love you with all my heart.
Forever and always.
I promise.

Professor Layton Ask List!

1) Who is your favourite character?
2) What’s your favourite game?
3) What’s your favourite soundtrack?
4) What’s your favourite puzzle?
5) What’s your favourite setting? (Misthallery, Monte d’Or, etc…)
6) What outfit of Luke’s is your favourite?
7) What’s your favourite cutscene?
8 ) What’s your favourite end credits song?
9) What’s your favourite minigame?
10) What’s your favourite animal/pet? (The bunny from MM, the parrot from UF, etc, etc.)
11) Do you have a favourite quote? If yes, what is it?
12) If you could have a spinoff game about one character, who would you chose and what would the game be about?
13) If you could meet any character’s voice actor and have them say something to you as their character, who would you choose and what would you have them say?
14) If you could punch one character in the face, who would it be?
15) Would you change how any of the games are executed? If yes,what would you change?
16) Did you enjoy PL-vs-PW?
17) Do you have any headcanons? If yes, what?
18) Did you cry at any games? If yes, what ones?
19) Do you prefer the 2D art or the 3D art?
20) How many times have you played your favourite game?
21) Do you cosplay any characters? If yes, who? If no, would you like to? Who would you choose?
22) Do you have any merchandise? If yes, what? If no, would you like any? What would you get?
23) Has the series had an impact on your life?
24) When did you first discover the series?
25) How old were you when you first discovered the series?
26) How did you discover the series?
27) Will you play Layton 7?
28) Do you have any ideas that could easily be future games?
29) Did you enjoy Mystery Room?
30) If you could tell one character something, who would it be and what would you say?
31) Did you enjoy Eternal Diva?
32) What was the saddest moment/s in the games for you?
33) Have you met people as a result of playing the games?
34) Do you want more games or do you think the series has run its course and is fine as it is?
35) What Layton meme did you enjoy the most? (Clive and the snails? Desmond’s bread hair?)
36) Has a moment in the games ever scared you?
37) What’s the wackiest NPC you have ever seen?
38) Do you ship any characters? If yes, what are your ships?
39) Are you going to buy this art book when it comes out in November?
40) Can you play any of the soundtracks on a musical instrument? If yes, what instrument and what soundtrack(s)? If no, would you like to learn? What ones would you like to be able to play?

Romeo and/or Juliet made the NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER LIST!!  

AHHHHH THAT IS AMAZING; thank you all so much for the support and for being so into my weird book about Shakespeare and smooching!!  And thank you to everyone who has been tweeting and sharing the book and your experiences with it and your favourite endings and EVERYTHING, I love you all AND I love that you took a crazy book like this and made it do something insane like become a New York Times bestseller! AHHHHHHH

(We’re in the “Miscellaneous” category which, I mean, if you don’t want to put an illustrated non-linear second-person branching adventure on the same list as War and Peace I GUESS THAT’S FINE).

(The unbeatable Juliet art there is by Noelle Stevenson, from our VERY PRETTY COVER)

cute^2 || chanyeol

Originally posted by parkchny

all you want is your favourite snack, but you end up getting a cute boy with it as well.

447 words; normal verse!au; chanyeol/reader scenario; fluff

“Do you, um,” a deep voice breaks into your train of thought, followed by a chuckle, “need any help there?”

You grip onto the shelf tighter, straining for your beloved snack at the very top. Why did they have to put it so high anyway? Not everyone was blessed with long legs (or arms, for that matter).

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anonymous asked:

Congratulations on your EE grade! Do you have any tips on writing a literature EE?

Choose a book you love, but maybe not your favourite book. By the end of it you’re going to not want to touch the book again for a long time, and then it sucks if it is really your favourite book. However, choosing a book you love, and a topic you’re passionate about, makes writing the essay so much easier.

Don’t to anything without running it through your supervisor. This is especially when it comes to choosing a topic. Don’t start anything with a topic you haven’t run past your supervisor. Save yourself from the extra work. And if your supervisor doesn’t sound sure, ask someone else. Another IB lit teacher. Please for the love of god make sure your topic is okay. I had to write a whole other extended essay because my supervisor found out, after I’d completed my first draft, that my topic wasn’t okay. 

DON’T PARAPHRASE. Like that is not what they want. Give a short summary of the book, but beyond that you’re supposed to evaluate, not paraphrase. You’re supposed to discuss for and against, not retell the story. 

Make an outline. I’ve never been an outline person. I just have a topic and run with it. However, it was incredibly freeing to know how much I needed to write on each sub-topic to get down the required word count. Also, that way I could do all my brainstorming in once session, instead of having to stop when I was ‘in the zone’ with writing.

I hope that helps you a bit, and if anyone has any questions about this, just shoot me an ask!

Happy birthday to this nerd