this girl ripped her galaxy leggings today and i couldnt stop laughing because there was a rip in the fabric of space
oh hey cool KyoAni released a new poster!
they have to be careful about making their posters too hot or it’s gonna spontaneously combust one day—
wait a second
i dont see any of the others wearing a bracelet??
they are the only ones that have it visible…… and on the same hand……..
i swear, it’s either one of you looks at the other in a loving way or you’re matching something in these posters
i gave you my pon
but the very next day
you gave it a wei
Been waiting all year to reblog this.
Please, do not re-post this content on your blog without crediting me.
took me a minute
wtf we will stone you that’s rude
Taylor Swift vs. Avril Lavigne - We are Complicated
#Taylor’s widely acknowledged around town as the ‘good girl’ #Avril’s from the wrong side of the tracks #natural opposites that get paired as partners for a chemistry project #what starts out as schoolwork becomes something more as the girls slowly fall for each other #but there’s trouble in paradise when Avril realizes Taylor’s needy for attention and Taylor thinks Avril’s too edgy #a fight breaks out and the two break it off #Act 1 ends with them storming away from each other to opposite sides of the stage #Taylor sings of how through she is with Avril #and Avril is furious at Taylor for being so complicated
"Take off all your preppy clothes" omfg its so perfect leav e me to die
Let’s play the “how long ‘till I regret having drawn this” game
HE WAS GOING TO DIE AND HE USED HIS REMAINING STRENGTH TO FREE HER… THIS IS HOW YOU OTP
YOUR OTP COULD NEVER
I often see things online about how Eugene should have waited to be saved, then cut her hair, or that he shouldn’t have cut as much, etc. but I feel like those people are missing the entire point.
Ok first of all, Eugene had waited for Rapunzel to heal him, who knows what would have happened, because Mother Gothel could have come and taken her away immediately. He instead makes the selfless decision with the little bit of strength that he has, to risk his own life in order to save Rapunzel. But more importantly: Eugene was selfish his entire life - mainly because nobody was ever looking out for him. He grew up poor and in an orphanage, so he had to be selfish in order to survive, which is why he turned to thieving. This moment is the moment where everything changes. It is the one time in his life that he puts someone else first.
Second: The symbolism behind the fact that he cuts her hair should tell you everything. All of Rapunzel’s life the only person who she ever knew to love her, didn’t actually love her, but she loved her hair. Gothel was always shown looking, talking to and kissing Rapunzel’s hair, and not really ever Rapunzel herself. Eugene, on the other hand, fell in love with Rapunzel the PERSON. He saw her as another human being, and he saw her heart. That is why he cut her hair - her hair didn’t matter to him because the magic was INSIDE her. He knew that and thus knew that even as he died, she would live a happy life because of how beautiful she is on the inside.
Elsa, the Pizza Queen
not pizza hut or papa joe’s
my pizzas are for the pros
i don’t care
what they’re going to pay
let the customers in
cheap tuesdays never bothered me anyway
I did not mean for this to go this far….
If you can pronounce correctly every word in this poem, you will be speaking English better than 90% of the native English speakers in the world.
After trying the verses, a Frenchman said he’d prefer six months of hard labour to reading six lines aloud.
that is not ok
Anonymous asked: I often find myself having too many plots/subplots and getting confused trying to keep track of all the different characters and plots. Problem is I don’t know know how to cut them because they’re all intertwined, and something that happens in one plot will affect another plot, and a lot of the time two or more plots have to come together for the climax to work? Do you have any advice?Multiple plots are a bear to manage, but it sounds like you’ve already tackled the first obstacle, which is to make sure they’re all relevant to each other. If removing even one plot line would ripple through your story and effect all the other plots, removing is not an option. Instead, you might try charting them out so you can keep them straight.
There are three main ways you can do this, but the goal of all three methods is to lay each character out horizontally with their individual plot lines vertically beneath them. This allows you to see everything all laid out in one place, as well as to see how the plot lines inter-connect. You might also add a timeline column at the beginning to keep track of when everything happens.
1) Index Cards
This is the preferred method since it allows you to move stuff around if necessary. You could do this on poster board, cork board, butcher paper, or straight onto a wall with sticky tack if you’re able to. It might look something like this:
What I like best about the cork board method is that you can move events around easily. You can also use pins and some string to show the connection between different events.
2) Text List - Handwritten or in a word processor
In this method, you do the exact same thing as above, but without the cards, instead writing each item out in a list. You can use a sheet of paper, a piece of poster board, or even a dry erase board. Or, if you’d prefer to type it, you can just open up a word document and do it that way. You might even want to use a table to create columns and rows in order to keep everything neat and tidy.
3) Comp Notebooks
In this method, you buy a comp notebook for each character and treat it sort of like a diary of events. On each page, write the date and details of the important event in their plot line. Go in order from first event to the last event. If you know what other characters they will interact with, write their names at the bottom of the page and circle them for later reference. Once you have done this with each character, you can simply open up each journal to the page of the day you’re writing about, look at everything that needs to happen, and figure out the best way to execute the sequence of events.
Here’s also a great article all about managing multiple plot lines, which has a lot of helpful tips.
“I love this twee”
“This twee is mah fran”
“Dis twee has a flavour”
“Twee, u no worries, I cleans u.”
"Twee is mah pweshus"