comicbookparody:

Gambit was starting to wonder if his card obsession was getting out of hand.

Art by ForWhom

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joshunf:

if a charmander running in circles chasing its tail doesnt fit your blog then you are running the wrong kind of blog

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ms-sparrowcoulson:

Introducing Protokitty.

Posted 1 week ago on 14 April 2014 »reblog

HOW DO I MAKE IT MORE CREEPY?

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irimonster:

airpiratealynn:

r-h-macumblr:

Then finish it… ’Cause I’m with you till the end of the line.

i hate this i hate everything

this is it.

this is the winter soldier

Posted 2 weeks ago on 8 April 2014 »reblog
Love in stories and some friends need to take a baseball bat to the face: a ranty post

For those of you who don’t know, I write with the intention of publishing under a psuedonym, but I send off small excerpts to friends so they can constructively criticise my writing. I don’t even give a shit if they hate the concept of my work or if they love it, as long as they critique it in a constructive way. As the case always is with excerpts of text, context is usually needed, and I always supply this if I feel the excerpt is confusing in any way or if I’m asked. After all, it is my writing and I am extremely proud of it, since it’s like my baby in a way.
After that little bit of context, let’s get on to the main event.

I sent a paragraph off to a friend, in which one of my characters buys a cupcake for another and tells her that the icing matches her eyes, and part of my thoughts on this scene that I sent to a friend was that the character fell in love with this woman almost the first time he met her, since she’s so firey and he likes that. My friend told me that this was highly unrealistic and that it was stupid to “only base a relationship on looks”. In reply, I told her that Jake (my male character) didn’t fall in love with Brooke (female character) for her looks, even though that’s a small part of it, since she is unusual in terms of looks due to her pink hair. But the line which is “I got you a cupcake,” […] “It matches your eyes.” is actually Jake just flirting, as people do when they have a crush on someone. If they do end up together, their relationhip will be personality based instead of based on looks. My friend also told me that “There’s no chemistry, like with Edward and Bella.” SERIOUSLY!?


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