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dextervexter·16 hours agoText

sanrioslime:

what your favorite hozier song says about you:

take me to church: you’re either basic or kinky

like real people do: you’re a hopeless romantic

angel of small death and the codeine scene: you probably do a lot of recreational drugs and drinking

cherry wine: you have trauma

from eden: you used to be christian and now have a grudge against the religion or you’re very cynical

work song: you’re a lesbian

arsonist’s lullaby: you’re edgy and have trauma

to be alone: you’re horny, but only a little bit

someone new: you’re very wholesome

in a week: you’re a lesbian

jackie and wilson: you’re idealistic

nfwmb: you’re a bottom

moment’s silence: you just really wanna eat some pussy

shrike: you’re sad

sedated: you’ve struggled with addiction

it will come back: you are feral

foreigner’s god: you drink that respecting women juice

in the woods somewhere: you have a lot to unpack mentally

run: you’re probably pretentious

nina cried power: you hate capitalism (as you should)

almost: you’re basic

movement: you’re emotional as hell

no plan: you’re a nihilist

nobody: you’re an optimistic nihilist

to noise making: you like to sing along to songs obnoxiously loud

as it was: you have a thing for horror and creepy undertones

talk: you either love mythology or you’re horny

be: you’re nostalgic for the good times

dinner and diatribes: you’re a bottom

would that i: you’re a lesbian

sunlight: you really like greek mythology

wasteland, baby: you’re very tender

jackboot jump: you really, really hate capitalism

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dextervexter·2 days agoText

alucardofficial:

I’m making it a habit to say “drac u later” when I leave a room and “I’m backula” when I enter a room

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dextervexter·3 days agoAudio

conradtao:

here’s something cheap and glittery and probably flammable

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dextervexter·5 days agoAnswer
For the fairy tale asks; 4, 7, 11

4)  When picking a suitor, would you test their wit, their intelligence or their kindness? (Bonus: how?)

Kindness. I don’t think I would want to test them, but get to know and trust them

7) They’re all awful, but - in which castle would you rather be improsoned? A castle filled with your loved ones in deathly slumber and surrounded by rose hedges - a glass castle at the end of the world, threatened by the cruel coldness of sun and moon who hunger for human flesh - a castle with a beautiful garden where every path leads to the same secret chamber dripping in blood? Why?

Oooh nasty question, truly vile. I think the Garden Prison because at least I would not be pursued by anything or haunted by the company of corpses.

11)  As part of the Fae folk - What name would you tell mortals if they tried to find out yours?

Myrtle or Cassandra 

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dextervexter·5 days agoAnswer
okay i want to know the answer to ALL of the fairytale asks please! obviously if you couldn't be bothered doing them all just choose your favs, but I couldn't choose they are all so good.

hoo! that’s a lot. I think I will just anwer the favorite ones

5) You’re send out to save your kingdom from a cruel king. The journey will lead you through dangerous woods and unknown lands - what do you pack in your rucksack? Which animals would you ask to aid you on your journey?

I pack a knife, a handful of smooth stones, some coins, and a ring. I ask a whale for perseverance, I ask a tiger for strength, and I ask a raven for cleverness 

6)  What stayed with you most from the fairytales you enjoyed as a child? Can be a quote, a detail, a character, a moral or a whole story ark.

I liked the stories that were a little gruesome I guess. I liked Bluebeard, I liked Taily-po, I liked Boneless, and Sleepy Hollow. I liked being scared so I read and listened to all the ones that would make the world seem too still, like something was waiting to jump out at you. I had a ton of fairy tale books as a kid and the only ones I can recall the most are the ones that were violent and scary

9) At the faerie banquet - which food entices you to break the rule of never touching what faeries prepare to eat?

probably some form of meat. I am a sucker for gently seasoned rare steak. if they have that I’m a goner. that or possibly a fruit flavored cake like lemon or strawberry

17)  Which magical item would you want to own - A magic mirror, a heart-shaped book or a golden key?

heart shaped book!!!! I love heart shaped things!

19)  What scent would fill the air to hint that you’re near?

coffee or pepper

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dextervexter·5 days agoText

museenkuss:

Fairy tale inspired ask game

  1. Which item would tempt you most? A golden comb, an embroidered belt or a gleaming red apple?
  2. You know the Faerie Queen is holding her ball at dawn. What dress do you wear to seduce her? (Description or photo)
  3. Are you more the type to cut off your braid and wear an armour to save your princess or the type to give up your royal privileges to run away with your beloved maid?
  4. When picking a suitor, would you test their wit, their intelligence or their kindness? (Bonus: how?)
  5. You’re send out to save your kingdom from a cruel king. The journey will lead you through dangerous woods and unknown lands - what do you pack in your rucksack? Which animals would you ask to aid you on your journey?
  6. What stayed with you most from the fairytales you enjoyed as a child? Can be a quote, a detail, a character, a moral or a whole story ark.
  7. They’re all awful, but - in which castle would you rather be improsoned? A castle filled with your loved ones in deathly slumber and surrounded by rose hedges - a glass castle at the end of the world, threatened by the cruel coldness of sun and moon who hunger for human flesh - a castle with a beautiful garden where every path leads to the same secret chamber dripping in blood? Why?
  8. What poem would a kind-hearted mortal have to recite to entice you into revealing yourself to them?
  9. At the faerie banquet - which food entices you to break the rule of never touching what faeries prepare to eat?
  10. A horrific beast has locked you in their castle. What character trait of theirs would sway you to look beyond that gruesome face and, eventually, make you fall in love?
  11. As part of the Fae folk - What name would you tell mortals if they tried to find out yours?
  12. Would you rather live in the cool-glittering depths of the sea, the fragrant-green meadows or the pine-dark, blackberry-scented woods? Why?
  13. You’re a dragon. What do you hoard?
  14. You’re a witch. What is the first spell you learn?
  15. Which painting best describes what your personal fairytale would look, feel, taste like?
  16. A cruel king asks to marry you. Which three impossible dresses do you ask for in exchange for your hand?
  17. Which magical item would you want to own - A magic mirror, a heart-shaped book or a golden key?
  18. Which would be worse for you - if a loved one got transformed into a fawn and was thus vulnerable and mute, or if a splinter of a devilish mirror fell into their eye and made them cold and unfeeling?
  19. What scent would fill the air to hint that you’re near?
  20. You leave the safety of your family’s home and go brave the dangers and adventures of the world. What do you seek - Love, Self-Fulfillment or Glory?
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dextervexter·6 days agoPhoto

fallenvictory:

Central to the film is a reclamation of the Orpheus myth, a version of which the three young women read aloud together one night. Sophie registers distress at Orpheus’s fatal, selfish incompetence in looking back at Eurydice when he was told not to, and Marianne suggests he may have done it on purpose, preferring to lose the woman and savor, instead, the romance of his grief, making not “the lover’s choice, but the poet’s.” But it’s Héloïse who removes, for once, the fixation on Orpheus, his failings, and his loss. What if, she says to Marianne with an edge of defiance, it was Eurydice herself who chose art over staying together, who rather than leave the underworld with Orpheus, stopped and called out “Turn around,” preferring to remain down there and be preserved in poetry. A kind of freedom and a kind of permanence, rather than, as eighteenth-century marriage looks to be, an unwilling exchange of one for the other.
—  In Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Love is a Work of Art

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dextervexter·7 days agoText

lvdovico:

“GOODNIGHT, BLOODSUCKER!”

sorry i haven’t posted in a while! here’s some art for my favorite vampire movie! (click for higher quality)

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