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eddysocs · an hour ago
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OC Wedding Board: Elena Barnum & Polly Gray
Forever Tag: @farahs-faeling, @felicitys-smoaking, @perfectlystiles, @oreostars, @foxesandmagic, @boyiega, @itsjustgracy, @anotherunreadblog, @fiercefray, @misshiraeth98, @malice1329, @reggiemantleholdmyhand-tle, @codenamekryptonite, @bravelittleflower, @witchofinterest, @raith-way, @farrradays, @annibunnysworld, @ari-shipping-stuff
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Send 💒 + an OC for a wedding board
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celebritytrends · an hour ago
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Bella Hadid, Rihanna, Natalie Portman & Jennifer Lawrence
in Dior ads
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thomas-lawrence-art · an hour ago
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Portrait of a Lady, 1790, Thomas Lawrence
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lillydrawsbatim · an hour ago
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I love the idea that the ink doesn’t come off easy, so Henry has to wear his ink handprint that screams ‘I was slapped by an ink person.’
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thomas-lawrence-art · 2 hours ago
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Caroline of Brunswick, Queen of George IV, 1798, Thomas Lawrence
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cobrabi · 2 hours ago
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I like to imagine that Johnny came to dinner instead and Daniel decided to make him his famous "Larusso Ponzu Toro" and Johnny reacts badly...Daniel being such a sushi snob would absolutely flip out and immediately set to educating him...meanwhile Amanda justs sighs and walks off to the kitchen to get Johnny a sandwich while the boys argue
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joeykinsstuff · 3 hours ago
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Doing an ask character thing for my au :^
Like a roleplay ask thing :)
Rules/what to expect:
Feel free to ask as much as you like!
Don't ask rude questions or try to force ask.
Questions related to their past is allowed!
Some interactions will lead to spicy food
Shipping is allowed! Just be careful
Be sure to ask a character ;)
Toon characters are available too!
Pre and post studio. Along with childhood are all included for asks!
Tags will include available characters!
Don't be inappropriate or I'll bust your knees
Asking other characters for opinions on workers are ok!
Asking about relationships
How certain people met, or feels about each other allowed!
Linda is not aware of the batim events
No breaking the forth wall
Respect all sexualities presented in the au :p
And lastly please don't harass Joey :)
[Tags have characters!]
A/N: Nathan Arch and Linda are available too! Forgot to add them.
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strawberryclementine · 3 hours ago
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The more I think about it the more the names “hawkmoth” and “eagle fang” totally have the same energy. like what possessed Gabriel Agreste to think that name made any sense: where do you get “hawk” from if your miraculous is a moth (a literal bug), and Johnny Lawrence literally said “eagles are cool because they eat snakes probably” and just slapped the word “fang” next to it because it sounds intimidating. They’re just two blond idiots who think naming themselves after a bird of prey will make them sound more threatening or cooler or something, and if this comparison doesn’t show how much of a dummy Gabriel Agreste is, that I am able to compare his logic to JOHNNY LAWRENCE of all characters, then I don’t know what will
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3rdgymbros · 3 hours ago
Conversation
Eula: Alright, we need a plan.
Kaeya: Do you want me to seduce the guards?
Jean: How would that help?
Kaeya: I don't know. I just want to see if I could do it.
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crooked-empire · 3 hours ago
How would Susie, Sammy, Henry, Joey, Norman and Wally's parents react if they found out that they were lgbtq+??
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(This will be tagged as tw just in case) Let's do by order
In Susie's case, it depends, they mostly don't care as long as she had children of her own. Tho they can be that kind of parent.
Sammy would get kicked out if his father found out about him being gay, Sammy avoided that by hiding his sexuality until he was able to afford a house of his own.
Henry's parents were chill when he came out as bisexual, a little surprised but happy that their son was being who he was and trusted them enough to tell.
Same case as Sammy, Joey never told his parents about being pansexual, simply hid it until he was old enough, tho his father was a little iffy about the possibility of him dating another man, but he had to accept since that was his son, still family in his eyes.
Norman had a similar experience as Henry, quite supportive parents who were chill about him being bisexual, they just hated when he dated people who they saw as bad examples, such as violent people and druggies for example.
Wally almost got kicked out for coming out, his uncle had to talk to his parents so they would at least let him get his stuff, his uncle took him under his wing and raised him till adulthood.
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citylightsbooks · 4 hours ago
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Aaron Shurin on Frank O'Hara's Lunch Poems
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For National Poetry Month, we asked some of our published poets to pick their favorite poetry collection published by City Lights.
Aaron Shurin, author of Citizen and King of Shadows, among many other wonderful books, chose Lunch Poems by Frank O'Hara.
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It’s a small gathering of occasional pieces written, Frank O’Hara tells us, in the Olivetti typewriter showroom on Fifth Ave during breaks from work, hence: Lunch Poems. Among its gems are two little poems that rock mid-century poetics: “The Day Lady Died” and the poem beginning “Lana Turner has collapsed!” Yes, the enjambment is extraordinary: the sentence compression of “Oh Lana Turner we love you get up!” which enacts the push of his will, and the beginning of “The Day Lady Died,” whose anxious, exhausting accumulation of place and action comes to a halt in breathtaking silence—literally—“and everyone and I stopped breathing.” My O’Hara is light in his shoes, he has fun and can make fun of himself, he is frequently unapologetically exclamatory, he knows his Hollywood screen goddesses too well, and his dizzy-queen “quandariness” is checked: enabled. Yes, he has deep knowledge of French Surrealism, an acute internationalist sensibility, and intimate relation to contemporary painting and painters. But it’s the image of his tender performances sitting alone at a typewriter (I started to write “piano”) in a public showroom and playing … errr … writing poems that most excites me. His own disingenuous narrative suggests a casual act, but in that plate glass window he brilliantly “framed” himself for history. His writing thrives in the ironic distance between the typewriter’s chatty clackety-clack and the poem’s normal, noble pedigree of composition. The dolor which might have drowned him was undercut by his I-do-this-I-do-that insouciance, his gossipy brainy vulnerability, the love not quite loved enough, and a fey bearing of enjoying life too much. It’s often this insistent but subtle flamboyance—his boulevardier panache—that lures us in; then we're all happy to be gay like Frank.
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