Ah, yes, the A81 main characters-
Boombox fuck boy
In a worse world, she would be called a ‘waifu’
Sci fi pirate, unintentional lesbophobe
Is he a sentient truck?? I forgot.
Dead beat dad
Satisfying death, in the sense that I was satisfied he was finally dead
gay old wizard
Fuck them pets
[TV Show Review] The epic conclusion to 'What If...?' also reminds us of pandemic production problems
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Length: 13 episodes (20-30 minutes each)
Cast: Jeffrey Wright (The Watcher/Uatu), Chadwick Boseman (Star-Lord T’Challa), Hayley Atwell (Captain Peggy Carter), Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye/Clint Barton), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Tom Hiddleston (Loki), Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury), Josh Brolin (Thanos), Michael B. Jordan (Killmonger), Cynthia McWilliams (Gamora), Lake Bell…
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Once a Villain, Always a Villain
A part of me wants to like Kenya Moore. She’s messy and shady as hell, but she also plays the role as a villain excellent.
But sometimes I just wish she could refrain to hate on others for no good reason.
I mentioned it in my previous post that I hoped what Kenya said about Porsha Williams was taken out of context. Turns out, it wasn’t.
If she thought she was being funny saying that, she’s wrong. It was hateful and hurtful.
I would say that more people than just Porsha would be upset by Kenya’s words.
She can’t just say toxic stuff like that and expect that it won’t have consequences.
She and her mouth has been around for too long to be surprised by this disinvite. Karma is a bitch.
In her opinion Porsha’s party was in poor taste, but it was Lauren Williams who arranged a surprise party to honor her sister’s investment to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Lauren made the right choice to not invite Kenya.
And I’m annoyed by Cynthia Bailey as well. She knew that Lauren didn’t want Kenya there and she tried to bring her as her plus one?
Listening to Kenya’s enraged and bitter rant simply proved Lauren right.
I think that Kenya embarrassed herself, and I would think that she regretted what she has said so far this season.
But she’s not even back paddling on social media. She calls Porsha fake and slam her friendship with Monique Samuels in regards of the Winary fight.
Honestly I don’t understand why the other women doesn’t check Kenya for running her foul mouth.
Cynthia and Kandi Burruss simply let her rant off and laughs about it.
There is people who has been hesitant to support BLM in fear of losing sponsorships and business partners.
So it’s brave of Porsha, who is a celebrity, to dedicate herself to the cause.
And by the way, I don’t think the sisters needs to explain or apologize for anything.
I thought it was a touching event and Porsha’s speech felt passionate to me.
BellaNaija Style’s Best Dressed of the Week: Chic Ama, Lola OJ, Chioma Ikokwu & More
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Lagos to Paris, Cape Town to New York, we’ve zigzagged the continent and the globe (via Instagram) and in no particular order, see our 10 most stylish looks of the past week.
Cynthia “CeeC” Nwadiora
Chinyere Chi-Chi Adogu
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how many sets of twins do i have in my lore? well, that's a secret ill never tell.
wait, one, two, three, four... five...
five, i think! far too many!
...theyre in the tags.....
Alexandra Suede Sandals
NAACP IMAGE AWARD Winners Announced on BET and CBS
President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, Rev. D. James Lawson, Chadwick Boseman, Viola Davis, Issa Rae and More Honored at the 52nd NAACP Image Awards
Jazmine Sullivan performs during the 52nd NAACP Image Awards. NAACP via Getty.
By Naomi Richard
The NAACP celebrated the stellar achievements of Black Excellence during its 52nd NAACP Image Awards held as a special LIVE televised broadcast on BET and, for the first time, CBS. President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris kicked-off the night in a special recorded message highlighting the importance of the NAACP and saluting its work.
Winners of the night included D-NICE (Entertainer of the Year), Viola Davis (Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series - “How To Get Away With Murder” and Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture- “Ma Rainey's Black Bottom”), Regé-Jean Page (Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series –“Bridgerton”), Issa Rae (Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series – “Insecure”), Stacey Abrams (Social Justice Impact) and “Bad Boys For Life” starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence (Outstanding Motion Picture).
The late Chadwick Boseman won the award for Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture – “Ma Rainey's Black Bottom.” Chadwick’s wife, Taylor Simone Ledward, accepted the award in his honor, encouraging fans to be proactive about their health and visit StandUpToCancer.org for more information about detecting the signs of colon cancer. Boseman also garnered a lead actor Oscar nomination for his incredible role in this Netflix feature, his final film performance.
Jamie Foxx, and Marsai Martin picked up awards, along with shows like “Verzuz” created by producers Timbaland and Swizz Beatz; and Jada Pinkett Smith’s “Red Table Talk.”
2021 NAACP Image Awards Hall Of Fame Inductee Eddie Murphy. NAACP via Getty.
During the ceremony, legendary entertainer, film icon and two-time Image Award recipient Eddie Murphy was inducted into the acclaimed NAACP Image Awards Hall Of Fame. The Hall of Fame Award was presented by Eddie Murphy’s collaborator and long-time friend, Arsenio Hall.
NAACP President and CEO, Derrick Johnson, presented NBA superstar, business entrepreneur, and philanthropist, LeBron James, with the President’s Award, which was bestowed in recognition of a special achievement and distinguished public service.
Civil Rights Icon, the Rev. D. James Lawson, was recognized with the NAACP Chairman’s Award. NAACP via Getty.
Civil Rights Movement Icon, the Rev. D. James Lawson, was recognized with the NAACP Chairman’s Award during the ceremony. In his acceptance speech, he recalled a time in High School in 1944, where he went door-to-door soliciting memberships for his local NAACP chapter in Ohio.
Image Award Outstanding Female Artist nominee Jazmine Sullivan, kicked-off the music portion with an electrifying performance of “Pick Up Your Feelings” from her latest album Heaux Tales. Additionally, Grammy Award-winning singer Maxwell took to the stage to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his debut album Urban Hang Suite, performing “Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder).”
Beyoncé won the most music awards, taking home non-televised achievements including Outstanding Female Artist for ‘Black Parade’ and Outstanding Music Video/Visual Album for 'Brown Skin Girl;' and Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration (Contemporary) and Outstanding Hip Hop/Rap Song with Megan Thee Stallion for their remix of the rapper's mega-hit 'Savage.'
Former First Lady Michelle Obama presented the first Social Justice Impact Award to Stacey Abrams for turning Georgia into a swing state. NAACP via Getty.
Additional guest appearances included Alicia Keys, Andra Day, Cynthia Erivo, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Misty Copeland, Regina King, Samuel L. Jackson, the cast of Tyler Perry's Sistas, Swizz Beatz, and Tracy Morgan. MC Lyte served as the night’s Voice Over announcer.
Sunday’s LIVE show followed the week-long NAACP Image Awards Virtual Experience, which invited fans to join the celebration of Black Excellence--including the non-televised awards programs, virtual red carpet, and a curated conversation series. The Virtual Experience additionally played host to the night’s post-show virtual afterparty which featured classic cuts by DJ Questlove, current cuts by DJ Kiss, and a Jazz Lounge performance by Robert Glasper and Lalah Hathaway.
To relive moments from the Image Award’s Virtual Experience’s NAACP Theatre and for a complete list of 2021 NAACP Image Award Winners visit https://naacpimageawards.net.
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It's a Hamilton AU
Who Said That to Page Six?
“Who said that?!” I didn’t know that the story got leaked so soon after Cynthia Bailey’s bachelorette party.
Strippergate has been leaked to the press and the suspect list of who could have done this isn’t very long.
Who has had most fun with this? Who played a detective and held a Bolo Court?
Most of the women was of the opinion that this party was a judgment-free zone, and only one broke the girl code.
Yes, there’s a lot of roads leading back to Kenya Moore. Even her new best friend LaToya Ali suspect her.
Besides, Kenya’s having too much fun with this.
This is the day Kenya posted on Instagram that it wasn’t her, which all the other women apparently was copying.
Until this day I think Porsha Williams is the only one who hasn’t acknowledged these rumors on social media, refusing to play along with Kenya’s game.
And it must suck that after all the good work she has been doing the last year with the Black Lives Matter movement, that all people care to talk about is if she screwed the stripper or not.
How can you grow and elevate on a show that won’t allow you to do so?
And I’m sweating like a whore in church right now.
Porsha is close with Monique Samuels, who quit RHOP after what she describes as disrespectful treatment and editing.
I don’t want to lose Porsha as well. And her comments on Instagram may suggest that she’s done with the bullshit on RHOA now. I’m not happy about this.
But in my opinion I wouldn’t think it’s that damaging to admit that that really happened. And I don’t think I’m the only one among the fans that thinks like that.
I think the real scandal here is Tanya Sam, who has now fled the country and gone back to Canada.
I think that she totally left Porsha to deal with this on her own.
We almost didn’t get to see anything from Porsha in this episode as she was off on some confusing adventure with her misleading GPS.
Pokey is so pretty. Cynthia is so pretty. Samuel is also so pretty.
BLACK LIVES MATTER
A list with black artists who have a song in the Unknown Songs That Should Be Known-playlist
(Can be a black artist in a band or just solo-artist) (no specific genre)
Bull’s Eye - Blacknuss, Prince Prime - Funk
Aftershow - Joe Fox - Alternative Hip-hop
Strangers in the Night - Ben L’Oncle Soul - Soul
Explore - Mack Wilds - R&B
Something To Do - IGBO - Funk
Down With The Trumpets - Rizzle Kicks - Pop
Dans ta ville - Dub Inc. - Reggae
Dance or Die - Brooklyn Funk Essentials - Funk
FACELESS - The PLAYlist, Glenn Lewis - R&B
Tell Me Father - Jeangu Macrooy - Soul
Southern Boy - John The Conquerer - Blues Hard Rock
Savannah Grass - Kes - Dancehall
Dr. Funk - The Main Squeeze - Funk
Seems I’m Never Tired of Loving You - Lizz Wright - Jazz
Out of My Hands - TheColorGrey, Oddisee - Hip-Hop/Pop
Raised Up in Arkansas - Michael Burks - Blues
Black Times - Sean Kuti, Egypt 80, Carlos Santana - Afrobeat
Cornerstone - Benjamin Clementine - Indie
Shine On - R.I.O., Madcon - Electronic Pop
Bass On The Line - Bernie Worrell - Funk
When We Love - Jhené Aiko - R&B
Need Your Love - Curtis Harding - Soul
Too Dry to Cry - Willis Earl Beal - Folk
Your House - Steel Pulse - Reggae
Power - Moon Boots, Black Gatsby - Deep House
Vinyl Is My Bible - Brother Strut - Funk
Diamond - Izzy Biu - R&B
Elusive - blackwave., David Ngyah - Hip-hop
Don’t Ever Let Nobody Drag Your Spirit Down - Heritage Blues Orchestra - Blues
Sastanàqqàm - Tinariwen - Psychedelic Rock
Disco To Go - Brides of Funkenstein - Funk/Soul
Circles - Durand Jones & The Indications - Retro Pop
Cheesin’ - Cautious Clay, Remi Wolf, sophie meiers - R&B
Changes - Charles Bradley - Soul
The Sweetest Sin - RAEVE - House
Gyae Su - Pat Thomas, Kwashibu Area Band - Funk
What Am I to Do - Ezra Collective, Loyle Carner - Hip-hop
Get Your Groove On - Cedric Burnside - Blues
Old Enough To Know Better - Steffen Morrisson - Soul
Wassiye - Habib Koité - Khassonke musique
Dance Floor - Zapp - Funk
Wake Up - Brass Against, Sophia Urista - Brass Hard-Rock
BIG LOVE - Black Eyed Peas - Pop
The Greatest - Raleigh Ritchie - R&B
DYSFUNCTIONAL - KAYTRANADA, VanJess - Soul
See You Leave - RJD2, STS, Khari Mateen - Hip-hop
Sing A Simple Song - Maceo Parker - Jazz/Funk
Have Mercy - Eryn Allen Kane - Soul
Homenage - Brownout - Latin Funk
Can’t Sleep - Gary Clark Jr. - Blues Rock
Toast - Koffee - Dancehall
Freedom - Ester Dean - R&B
Iskaba - Wande Coal, DJ Tunez - Afropop
High Road - Anthony Riley - Alternative Christian
Sunny Days - Sabrina Starke - Soul
The Talking Fish - Ibibio Sound Machine - Funk
Paralyzed - KWAYE - Indie
Purple Heart Blvd - Sebastian Kole - Pop
WORSHIP - The Knocks, MNEK - Deep House
BMO - Ari Lennox - R&B
Promises - Myles Sanko - Soul
.img - Brother Theodore - Funk
Singing the Blues - Ruthie Foster, Meshell Ndegeocello - Blues
Nobody Like You - Amartey, SBMG, The Livingtons - Hip-hop
Starship - Afriquoi, Shabaka Hutchings, Moussa Dembele - Deep House
Lay My Troubles Down - Aaron Taylor - Funk
Bloodstream - Tokio Myers - Classic
Sticky - Ravyn Lenae - R&B
Why I Try - Jalen N’Gonda - Soul
Motivation - Benjamin Booker - Folk
quand c’est - Stromae - Pop
Let Me Down (Shy FX Remix) - Jorja Smith, Stormzy, SHY FX - Reggae
Funny - Gerald Levert - R&B
Salt in my Wounds - Shemekia Copeland - Blues
Our Love - Samm Henshaw - Soul
Make You Feel That Way - Blackalicious - Jazz Hip-hop
Knock Me Out - Vintage Trouble - Funk
Take the Time - Ronald Bruner, Jr., Thundercat - Alternative
Thru The Night - Phonte, Eric Roberson - R&B
Keep Marchin’ - Raphael Saadiq - Soul
Shake Me In Your Arms - Taj Mahal, Keb’ Mo’ - Blues
Meet Me In The Middle - Jodie Abascus - Pop
Raise Hell - Sir the Baptist, ChurchPpl - Gospel Pop
Mogoya - Oumou Sangaré - Wassoulou
Where’s Yesterday - Slakah The Beatchild - Hip-hop
Lose My Cool - Amber Mark - R&B
New Funk - Big Sam’s Funky Nation - Funk
I Got Love - Nate Dogg - Hip-hop
Nothing’s Real But Love - Rebecca Ferguson - Soul
Crazy Race - The RH Factor - Jazz
Spies Are Watching Me - Voilaaa, Sir Jean - Funk
The Leaders - Boka de Banjul - Afrobeat
Fast Lane - Rationale - House
Conundrum - Hak Baker - Folk
Don’t Make It Harder On Me - Chloe x Halle - R&B
Plastic Hamburgers - Fantastic Negrito - Hardrock
Beyond - Leon Bridges - Pop
God Knows - Dornik - Soul
Soleil de volt - Baloji - Afrofunk
Do You Remember - Darryl Williams, Michael Lington - Jazz
Get Back - McClenney - Alternative
Three Words - Aaron Marcellus - Soul
In memory of:
Addie Mae Collins
Aiyana Stanley Jones
Alberta Odell Jones
Anton de Kom
Antwon Rose Jr.
Arthur St. Clair
Billy Ray Davis
Calvin Mike and his family
Carol Denise McNair
Charly Leundeu Keunang
Clinton R. Allen
Cynthia Marie Graham Hurd
Daniel L. Simmons
Darius Randell Robinson
David Walker and his family
Delano Herman Middleton
Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr.
Ethel Lee Lance
Frazier B. Baker
Freddie Carlos Gray Jr.
George Junius Stinney Jr.
George Washington Lee
Harriette Vyda Simms Moore
Harry Tyson Moore
Hazel “Hayes” Turner
Henry Ezekial Smith
Hosea W. Allen
Italia Marie Kelly
James Byrd Jr.
James Craig Anderson
James Earl Chaney
James T. Scott
Joe Nathan Roberts
John Cecil Jones
John Crawford III
John J. Gilbert
Karvas Gamble Jr.
Keith Childress, Jr.
Kelso Benjamin Cochrane
Kenneth Chamberlain Sr.
Kiwane Albert Carrington
Lila Bella Carter
M.A. Santa Cruz
Marcus Deon Smith
Martin Lee Anderson
Martin Luther King Jr.
Medgar Wiley Evers
Michael Lee Marshall
Michael Lorenzo Dean
Nathaniel Harris Pickett Jr.
Nicholas Heyward Jr.
O’Day Short family
Oscar Grant III
Paterson Brown Jr.
Roe Nathan Roberts
Roger Malcolm and his wife
Roger Owensby Jr.
Roy Cyril Brooks
Ryan Matthew Smith
Samuel Ephesians Hammond Jr.
Samuel Hammond Jr.
Samuel Leamon Younge Jr.
Timothy Stansbury Jr.
Tony Terrell Robinson Jr.
Victor Duffy Jr.
Victor White III
Walter Lamar Scott
Wayne Arnold Jones
Willie James Howard
William L. Chapman II
Yusef Kirriem Hawkins
The victims of LaLaurie (1830s)
The black victims of the Opelousas massacre (1868)
The black victims of the Thibodaux massacre (1887)
The black victims of the Wilmington insurrection (1898)
The black victims of the Johnson-Jeffries riots (1910)
The black victims of the Red summer (1919)
The black victims of the Elaine massacre (1919)
The black victims of the Ocoee massacre (1920)
The victims of the MOVE bombing (1985)
All the people who died during the Atlantic slave trade, be it due to abuse or disease.
All the unnamed victims of mass-incarceration, who were put into jail without the committing of a crime and died while in jail or died after due to mental illness.
All the unnamed victims of racial violence and discrimination.
My apologies for all the people missing on this list. Feel free to add more names and stories.
Listen, learn and read about discrimination, racism and black history: (feel free to add more)
The Innocence Files (Netflix)
Who Killed Malcolm X? (Netflix)
Time: The Kalief Browder Story (Netflix)
I Am Not Your Negro
We Cannot Stay Silent about George Floyd
Waarom ook Nederlanders de straat op gaan tegen racisme (Dutch)
Wit is ook een kleur (Dutch) (documentaire)
Biased by Jennifer Eberhardt
Don’t Touch My Hair by Emma Dabiri
Freedom Is A Constant Struggle by Angela Davis
How To Be An Anti-Racist by Ibram X. Kendi
I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou
Me and White Supremacy by Layla Saad
So You Want To Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo
They Can’t Kill Us All by Wesley Lowery
White Fragility by Robin Deangelo
Why I’m No Longer Talking To White People About Race by Reni Eddo-Lodge
Woman, Race and Class by Angela Davis
Headcanons for Kanto gym leaders + E4 cause I'm feeling it, let's go:
1. Brock is one of the biggest contributers to paleontology in Kanto.
He's pretty glad to go to the PWT cause he gets to meet pioneers in some of the digging tech/methods he uses like Roark & Byron, Clay, and Steven Stone.
He cries when he realises they know about him and were excited to meet him too.
2. Misty does a lot more swimming than anyone can even begin imagining, and makes friends with Marlon and Brawly because of her love for water.
When she and Green (having newly acquired his gym leader position) start interacting more, they can't stand talking to each other, but they both like swimming.
She really looks up to Lorelei, and NO ONE can know of this (funfact: everyone does)
3. Lt. Surge's electric fields are to keep his mind from going to crazy, owing to past traumas. Consider them a comfort item.
His electabuzz has been through everything with him; a pretty rough childhood (as an elekid) and a war we don't know much about.
His best (in as closest) friends are Sabrina, Koga, and Erica (the first two cause of Pokemon Adventures canon, and Erika cause everyone loves her).
He really doesn't like Wattson much, but he's a hardcore Elesa stan. He also has a deep respect for Skyla.
Him and Koga are an on-and-off thing; no, I don't make the rules.
4. Erika is the go to for practically everyone when they have emotional aches, and while she's more than glad to do it, it's a lot of baggage for her.
Surprise: She's the second friend Green makes as a gym leader (with the first being Surge).
She has a past as an idol, but she had a very painful split-up with her partner. Her partner now lives at the foot of Mt. Silver (this NPC is canonical btw, and her dialogue is really interesting. She also gives you a tm. Talking about HGSS here).
She's renowned in the beauty and fashion world; Wallace keeps trying to push her into contestant stuff, and she and Elesa share a mutual adoration for each other.
Her and Jasmine are SUPER good friends, and meet at least twice every month. People wouldn't know this, considering they're the type of friends who sort of insult each other, lol.
I know that Erika's is super long, that's cause I want to write something for her one day.
5. Koga is pretty good at fishing, but not so good at relationships. His divorce is evidence of that. There was no custody battle for Janine since she was an adult by the time Koga got his divorce (they had her young).
Respected in the more traditionalist Kanto/Johto circles, he and Falkner's father are highly respected.
Besties with Sabrina and Lt. Surge. Him and Surge have some weird thing going on, idk, don't ask me.
He really respects Agatha, but he's intimidated by her.
He really loves Roxie's music.
6. Sabrina is the giver of really good advice, when it comes to romantic/intimate stuff.
She's really laid back, and mostly just... chills. Most of her time outside of the gym is spent with friends, and especially Surge, Koga, and Morty.
She really isn't impressed by the nonsense going on between Koga and Surge, especially since it's a gamble whether or not they'll wake her up with all the noises during sleepovers.
Ostracised as a child for her psychic abilities, she's really glad that she's come into her own and found true friends.
7. Blaine really regrets a lot of his past, especially being one of the biggest contributors to project:MEW.
While working in the Cinnabar Mansion Lab, he wasn't the gym leader; Fuji was. Though him and Fuji are friends, it's still too painful for them to interact much.
Blaine's chosen type is fire for a strange fascination with something that's almost killed him multiple times throughout his life.
A lot of his gym staff consists people looking for a fresh start, because he himself knows the feeling of desperately wanting one.
8. Giovanni will feature somewhere else.
9. Green will probably get a piece of his own.
10. Janine will feature somewhere else.
11. Lorelei is one of the only non-Kanto-native to break this big in the history of Kanto and the Sevii Isles. She works herself to the bone to get to the root cause of the tension between the Sevii Islanders and the Kantonians.
Her love for plushies comes from never having had one until her early adulthood. She's sort of... preserving her childhood.
Pryce is her role model.
12. Bruno is related to Brock (a bit distantly) but they don't talk much about it.
Regularly spars against his pokemon to keep in form.
He's a sore loser.
He has a pretty hopeless crush on Lance. He thinks he's very discreet about it, but it's so obvious that even the tabloids don't cover it.
He's a pretty dandy chef.
13. Agatha is the pioneer user of the ghost-type, and she had to work super hard to get it officially recognised as a type. This is one of the many things she resents Samuel Oak for.
Uses ghost and poison for the interesting ways they complement each other.
She took Karen under her wing.
14. Lance has a lot of pressure on him as the representative and public face of three regions and his clan.
He lowkey envies other champions for having less work, but he loves how involved Cynthia is in her position as champion.
His mood really dipped when Red ran away and left the responsibility as champion to Lance, and he still resents him for it. The other E4 were really worried for him when they saw his mood.
He's the only person on this planet oblivious to Bruno's crush. Anyways, we can't blame 'em.
Eh, no more energy, that's it. I'm gone.
i was bored so i decided to make you a tree of the cullens and their human families
mary cullen (1624-1640)
abraham cullen (1600-1683)
* carlisle cullen (1640)
mamie patricia platt (neé howell 1869-1947)
george hayes platt (1870-1944)
* esme anne platt (1895-)
edward anthony masen sr. (1867-1918)
elizabeth louise masen (nee McCormick 1875-1918)
* edward anthony masen (1901-)
warren fitzpatrick hale sr. (1893-1936)
lilliane alta hale (neé vanderbilt 1896-1984)
* rosalie lillian hale (1915-)
* warren fitzpatrick hale jr. (1921-2009)
* edward vanderbilt hale (1925-)
roy milhous mccarty (1884-1956)
shirley rebecca mccarty (neé emmett 1886-1966)
* roy milhous mccarty jr.(1902-1975)
* joseph arnold mccarty (1904-2000)
* samuel houston mccarty (1905-1998)
* jebediah arthur mccarty (1907-2004)
* thomas charles mccarty (1909-1995)
* lester william mccarty (1912-1941)
* emmett atticus mccarty (1915-)
* herbert andrew mccarty (1917-2011)
* gatlin theodore mccarty (1919-2001)
* robert beckett mccarty (1921-2016)
* jonah clayton mccarty (1924-)
* lucille dorothy mccarty (1927-)
mary alice brandon
marshall lawrence brandon (1869-1943)
barbara jeanne brandon (neé tatum (1874-1919)
theresa carolyn brandon (neé sigurdson (1891-1979) remarried
* mary alice brandon (1901)
* sarah cynthia brandon (1910-2006)
hamilton johnson whitlock (1819-1857)
virginia frances whitlock (neé brown 1820-1900)
* abigail olive whitlock (1839-1887)
* mary ann whitlock (1842-1923)
* jasper benjamin whitlock (1844-)
* henrietta lou whitlock (1847-1938)
Very cool! Thanks so much for sharing it with us! It’s so frustrating that SM didn’t give the parents of the Cullens names, even in the guide! And I share your headcanons of Abraham Cullen and Edward Hale. It’s part of why Rosalie’s relationship with Edward is so complicated, because one of her beloved little brothers was also named Edward, but I imagine they called him Teddy or something. One time she slipped up and called Edward Ted/Teddy and it was weird and sad for everyone.