What if…. I made a Beauty and the Beast AU where I was Belle and Six was Beast….
more posters i designed for my oc feat. a miniseries and two movies
It is so funny to me that trans women really think drag culture is transmisogynistic. I PROMISE that drag queens are NOT trying to look like u, they’re caricatures of cis women, not trans women
OH BOY I GOT TAGGED HEHE
RULES: we’re snooping on your playlist. put your entire music library on shuffle and list the first ten songs and then choose 10 victims. Thank u @bean956 for tagging me:3
1. Satan, Luella & I - HMLTD
2. Are You Happy Now? - Michelle Branch
3. Special K - Placebo
4. Milk Man - Rare Americans
5. Problematic - Ash Code Remix - EURINGER
6. I Had It Coming - Rare Americans
7. Lullaby - The Cure
8. Fighter - Jack Stauber’s Micropop
9. El Tango De Roxanne - Moulin Rouge
10. A Different Kind of Love - Son Lux
I tag @venuslja >:)
“Damn ma I like your vibe”
Everyone does dude
When I get in the lunch line, I know what’s going to happen. Rather than get mad or ashamed, I just try to own it. It’s not easy, but it is what it is.
When I get to the cashier, I don’t hurry her, or yell at her, or get annoyed or frustrated. I just say, “I’m in the Free Lunch Program. My name’s Rex Ogle.”
The old woman licks her fingers and thumbs through the pages in the red folder. For the first time, I see her nametag. I wonder if she’s always worn it. She probably has, and I feel a little bad about that. All those times I wanted her to memorize my name and I never bothered to learn hers. Her name is Peggy..
I ask, “How were your holidays, Peggy?”
She smiles. “Oh, they were lovely. Thanks for asking.”
Peggy pencils in a little checkmark in the red folder, and says, “Did you have a good New Year?”
I nod. I did. And I’m ready for my fresh start.
–ending vignette of Rex Ogle’s Free Lunch
The power dressing like an 80s gay jock in highschool gives you. Remarkable
i guess im 23 now or whatever
anyway, it’s been almost 2/3 years since the last selfie i posted???? who even is that idk that bitch anymore
@missinnocentscarlet replied to your post:
[ as far as im concerned, it is. your molly is the canon molly. same goes for tord w tyco ]
be careful with what you say Skylar or else I’ll get an anon calling me pretentious / self absorbed or whatever again :(
Aww, thanks for sending this! 💖
1) my lips. They’re like my absolute fav thing bout me.
2) my eyes. Love the shape of them.
3) my personality as a whole. It’s pretty interesting lol
4) I like that people always say I give off super calm and chill vibes & that I can easily calm people down & make them feel at ease.
5) I really like that even though I don’t show my emotions often and I can be hard to read that I’m super compassionate & empathetic towards others.
the brunch club truly could’ve been one of the best episodes of any iteration of aatc if the writers hadn’t all taken potion of out of character right before penning the script
did not expect this film to positively DELIGHT me with its language diversity within the first 10 minutes
I could look a lot like Gerard way if I actually gave a shit . Just thot u shld kno .
Americans deify democracy in a way that allows for a dim awareness that they have, from time to time, stood in defiance of their God. But democracy is a forgiving God and America’s heresies—torture, theft, enslavement—are so common among individuals and nations that none can declare themselves immune. In fact, Americans, in a real sense, have never betrayed their God. When Abraham Lincoln declared, in 1863, that the battle of Gettysburg must ensure “that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth,” he was not merely being aspirational; at the onset of the Civil War, the United States of America had one of the highest rates of suffrage in the world. The question is not whether Lincoln truly meant “government of the people” but what our country has, throughout its history, taken the political term “people” to actually mean. …
Thus America’s problem is not its betrayal of “government of the people,” but the means by which “the people” acquired their names.
This leads us to another equally important ideal, one that Americans implicitly accept but to which they make no conscious claim. Americans believe in the reality of “race” as a defined, indubitable feature of the natural world. Racism—the need to ascribe bone-deep features to people and then humiliate, reduce, and destroy them—inevitably follows from this inalterable condition. In this way, racism is rendered as the innocent daughter of Mother Nature, and one is left to deplore the Middle Passage or the Trail of Tears the way one deplores an earthquake, a tornado, or any other phenomenon that can be cast as beyond the handiwork of men.
But race is the child of racism, not the father. And the process of naming “the people” has never been a matter of genealogy and physiognomy so much as one of hierarchy. Difference in hue and hair is old. But the belief in the preeminence of hue and hair, the notion that these factors can correctly organize a society and that they signify deeper attributes, which are indelible—this is the new idea at the heart of these new people who have been brought up hopelessly, tragically, deceitfully, to believe that they are white.
These new people are, like us, a modern invention. But unlike us, their new name has no real meaning divorced from the machinery of criminal power. The new people were something else before they were white—Catholic, Corsican, Welsh, Mennonite, Jewish—and if all our national hopes have any fulfillment, then they will have to be something else again. Perhaps they will truly become American and create a nobler basis for their myths.
–Ta-Nehisi Coates, Between the World and Me
i can’t walk past a mirror without throwing up the peace sign or flipping it the bird… i have 4 mirrors in my room… this is a problem
HH— DANG I WASNT EXPECTING THAT REACTION 😂😭
okay but my musings are essentially this;
the reason im so invested in shoto is because i see him as someone who’s practically perfect but doesnt have a good grasp on his emotions due to how he grew up, and i really want to support him and validate his feelings and help him heal and give him all the affection he’s been missing for so long yknow? and in turn he’d get attached to me and give me the devotion i’m looking for so it’d be a mutualistic kind of thing
but with kirishima he’s ALSO pretty much perfect, but in a different way, like his character isn’t lacking anything and tho he has a history of insecurity that’s easily dealt with by the support systems he already has, so its like i dont have anything to offer him? in a way¿ so i don’t really see him realistically being attracted to me cause there’s nothing special about me other than my emotional maturity lmao, plus there’s my whole thing about him being into working out and me having no desire for it despite my weight so being with an especially fit person would kinda make me feel guilty sjshkfhs
it’s been a minute since my pretty lil face graced y’all’s feeds so hi happy sunday 🥰✨😁
who tf asking on quora ‘why is math hard for people’ like that isn’t just built-in knowledge into your cranium that you’re gonna suck at math
I have a funny line I wrote that I want to share but it would spoil the MAYBE upcoming fic im working on