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#i am SO obsessed!!!
midnineties · 4 days ago
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atelier versace fall 2015 leather go-go boots
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las-enamoradas · 5 months ago
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love lingers in the kitchen
perehelion, franny choi // joan didion's kitchen, vogue // teija lehto // tennessee williams // daidai's kitchen, @pakchoys // kitchen, banana yoshimoto // bread, phoebe wahl (@phoebewahl) // chocolate chip pancakes, caitlyn siehl (@alonesomes) // podlaskie klimaty
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vampirismes · a year ago
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stop shaming people for being passionate about the things that they love. stop mocking people for having unusual interests. like, honestly, i'm so tired of feeling embarrassed for being "too much". if being too much means having deep interests that fill my life with romanticism and excitement, then let me be!!! i'd much rather listen to anyone ranting about their latest obsession with 16th century swords than have a boring ordinary conversation with those who shame passionate people
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eldritch-elrics · 7 months ago
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“man i wish we could have gotten more lore about mo xuanyu, like maybe a flashback that included him or something like that”
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in denying us almost any information about mo xuanyu that does not come from a biased outside source, the narrative itself parallels the violence inflicted upon him by the cultivation world and by himself. like his half-brother jin guangyao and his body-heir wei wuxian, mo xuanyu is the subject of much rumor and speculation, yet we never hear the entirety of his side of the story. in the untamed, he doesn’t even have his own actor, it’s just xiao zhan there at the beginning - there is nothing about mo xuanyu that isn’t intrinsically bound to wei wuxian. the price of the sacrifice is more than just destruction of his soul, it is destruction of his entire metatextual character and narrative. in order for the protagonist - the character the narrative spends the most time looking at - to complete his story and get his happy ending, another character must be completely excluded from the narrative’s gaze. mo xuanyu forfeits his entire being, becoming something that exists only in the memories of other characters and not in the eyes of the narrative. mo xuanyu would not be the same character if we had ever been allowed to meet him in-story or if the tragedy of his sacrifice had ever been properly lingered upon. it is the gaps in the narrative, the things that are never properly questioned or called attention to, that make him who he is and that add an extra level of heartbreak to his already tragic story. in this essay i will
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