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Part-time Professor and Consulting criminal When you dance with the devil, the devil doesn't change. The devil changes you. tracks magpiesovereign

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magpiesovereign·2 months agoText

criminaldelights:

“Yea, what’s wrong with it? It’s been cooked right. Ya never tried bear before?”

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“Erm…not exactly, haven’t got the pleasure of trying it.” James narrowed his eyes in slightly at the questionable meat. “What does it taste like?”

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magpiesovereign·2 months agoText

storyspinningspidcr:

So I’ve decided to share the icons I have of Jim Moriarty thus far, these are from season one (ep 3), season two (ep 1&2&3) and season three (ep 1). Overall that is 3735 100x100 pixel icons, all taken frame by frame. There are some that could be considered repeats, as they show a close up of another icon that may have not been zoomed in so much but all of them are unique. Not all of them are amazing quality but I did my best, I hope you all enjoy them.

- They are all stored in a zip file, so they should be quick and easy to download.
- ALL I ASK IS THAT YOU REBLOG THIS IF YOU USE IT, JUST SO OTHERS CAN FIND IT IF THEY WANT.  
- YOU ARE FREE TO TEXTURE THESE ICONS AS YOU PLEASE.

- If ever this download link goes down, please do contact me and I’ll provide a new working link. 

                       [Icons can be downloaded here]

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magpiesovereign·8 months agoText

MUSE HABITS !

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BOLD the ones that apply to your muse !

chewing nails. cracking knuckles. reading text on shampoo bottles while in the shower. smelling books. sniffing fingers after eating. feeling uncomfortable when the tv volume is on an odd number. taking off vegetable/fruit skins. popping pimples. repeatedly stroking their hair. playing with their hair. checking their pockets for their wallet/keys/phone. looking in the tissue after blowing their nose. nose picking. biting their lip. covering mirrors before going to sleep. putting cereal before the milk. putting milk before the cereal. eating cereal without milk. touching all things soft. meowing. walking on curbs. singing in the shower. daydreaming. using facebook to remember birthdays. cleaning their ears using their little finger. saving plastic bags. chewing on pens. hitting the snooze button. eating in front of the tv. smoking. not answering their phone. never texting back. texting back ridiculously late. always too early at appointments. always too late at appointments. sleeping naked. saying ‘horses’ when they see horses. walking around barefoot in public places. thinking of a great comeback about four hours too late. walking around naked when home alone. laughing at inside jokes on their own. skipping the bottom two stairs. taking two steps at once when using the stairs. talking to their pets.

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magpiesovereign·8 months agoPhoto

damnmuse:

He is extremely tall and thin, his forehead domes out in a white curve, and his two eyes are deeply sunken in his head. He is clean-shaven, pale, and ascetic-looking, retaining something of the professor in his features. His shoulders are rounded from much study, and his face protrudes forward, and is forever slowly oscillating from side to side in a curiously reptilian fashion. 

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magpiesovereign·8 months agoText

BOLD ➝  always   /  usually  applies
ITALIC ➝  only  applies  situationally   /   sometimes  .

DEFENSIVENESS.    arms  crossed  on  chest /  crossing  legs  / fist-like  gestures   /  pointing  index  finger /   karate  chops   /   stiffening  of  shoulders /   tense  posture  /  curling  of  lip   /  baring  of  teeth .

REFLECTIVE.    hand  to  face  gestures /   head  tilted /   stroking chin  /  peering  over   glasses /   taking  glasses  off —  cleaning   /   putting  earpiece  of  glasses  in  mouth   /   pipe smoker  gestures   /   putting  hand  to  the  bridge  of  nose   /   pursed  lips /   knitted  brows  .

SUSPICION.     arms  crossed  /   sideways  glance /   touching  or  rubbing  nose   /  rubbing  eyes   /   hands  resting  on  weapon   / brows  rising /   lips  pressing  into  a  thin  line  /   strict  unwavering  eye  contact   /   wrinkling  of  nose .

OPENNESS  +  COOPERATION.    open  hands /   upper  body  in  sprinters  position  /   sitting  on  the  edge  of  a  chair /   hand-to-face gestures /   unbuttoned  coat   /   tilted  head /  slacked  shoulders /   droopy  posture   /   feet  pointed  outward /   palms  flat  and  facing  outward .

CONFIDENCE.   hands  behind  back /   hands  on  lapels  of  coat /   steepled  hands   /   barring  teeth  in  a  grin /   rolling  shoulders   /   tipping  head  back  but  maintaining  eye  contact   /   chest  puffed  up /   shoulders  back /   arms  folded  just  above  navel  .

INSECURITY  +  ANXIETY.    chewing  pen  or  pencil  /   rubbing  thumb  over  opposite  thumb   /   biting  fingernails   /   hands  in  pockets   /   elbow  bent   /   closed  gestures  / clearing  throat  /   pacing  /    “ whew ”  sound   /  picking  or  pinching  flesh   / fidgeting  in  chair  /   hand  covering  mouth  whilst  speaking   /   poor  eye  contact  /   tugging  at  pants  whilst  seated /   jingling  money  in  pockets   /   tugging  at  ear  /   perspiring  hands /  playing  with  hair  / swaying /   playing  with  pointer   /   smacking  lips   /   sighing  /   rocking  on  balls  of  feet /   flexing  fingers  sporadically .

FRUSTRATION.    short  breaths   /   “ tsk ”  sounds /  tightly  clenched  hands /  fist-like  gestures  /  pointing  index  finger  /   running  hand  through  hair  /   rubbing  back  of  neck  /   snarling  /   revealing  teeth   /   grimacing   /    sharp-eyed  glowers  with  notable  tension  in  brows /   shoulders  back  ,  head  up   -   defensive  posturing /   clenching  of  jaw /   grinding  of  teeth /   nostrils  flaring  /   heavy  exhales  .

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magpiesovereign·8 months agoText
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// He prefers to use ‘Jim’ as an alias when dorms a different ‘persona’. Like Jim from IT is more catchy, plain and boring. 

‘James’ usually reserves for social gatherings, ‘close colleagues’ professors.. and when he prefers to ‘flaunt’ his status as above the average population. (so to speak…)

Moriarty, the name alone strikes fear and to some…respect to people’s hearts. his ‘trademark’ Where they ‘unfortunately’ learned that name by the feverish whispers among the underground communities of the world. 

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