have Congquers a Man
BIRB LIKESD ME TOO MCUH
GIVE THE SHOULDER
Wants to be the outside. But is also scared of the outside. So must sit in tree and make believe the outside.
(No tag option for ‘most importantest and prettiest birb in WHOLE WORLD?’ The injustices!)
Turn into a credible Hulg. became a BRAVE EVERDAY and “this is my secret. am ALWAY outsid!” and is so!
i want the “steve rogers is bi” movement to become so strong that people who arent in on it begin to question it. they’ll be like “he isn’t canonically bi… is he?” but they’ll never find a real answer bc so many people will be like “no. he is. he definitely is” and everyone will be confused and then his bisexuality will get written into movies
acceptable ways to say the word ‘yes’:
- ye s
unnaceptable ways to say the word ‘yes’:
- yesh :3
baby arctic fox tries to eat a man alive
outfit for mabel (“outfit” = tiara+lingerie), I haven’t used polyvore in ages but I got inspired again after seeing my pals make lots of nice coords =7=/
girls are SOOOO pretty i wish boys could take a hint and pick up their fucking game. get some eye liner you hillbilly cavemen
i had a crush on this guy and i decided to pull a Pavlov on him by offering him whenever i saw him this brand of candy he seemed to really like and after a while whenever he saw me he got excited for a second then you could see his expression shift to wondering the why the hell was he so happy to see me and i swear it was the evilest thing but also the most hilarious i made a guy like me by conditioning him into associating me to a candy he liked
cat people: dogs are cool too
dog people: cats don’t feel love did you know a cat once MURDERED my MOTHER
*is cute and perfect but also unstable, violent and self-destructive*
Dear friend, if you are a writer — particularly a young writer — who is reading this right now, I want you to promise me something. Are you ready? l want you to promise me that you will stay away from epithets when you are talking about characters who know one another’s names.
You do not need to say, “the blond man.” You do not need to say “the older man,” or “the taller man,” or “the smaller man.” You definitely do not need to transform adjectives into nouns and say things like, “the older,” “the younger,” or lord forbid, “the other.” (Unless you are writing the kind of academic paper that cites Lacan or bell hooks, in which using the other/Other is allowed, and also important).
I know it might seem repetitive, but using names and pronouns is enough. They are the kinds of words that fade into the rhythm of your writing, and they will never stand out to your reader. They are the words that make sense.
When you look at your friends, you’re not thinking of them as “the red-headed woman,” or “the shorter person.” You’re probably thinking something like, “Natasha’s hair is getting so long,” or, “she looks beautiful today,” or “Jamie’s got a great shirt.” You think of people’s pronouns. You think of their names. And that is what your character does, too.