just to demonstrate how pathetically much i’ve been thinking about FFX AU, i’m going to copy+paste the textedit i wrote before drawing the thing.
ugh i wish i had the willpower to write longfic
I know just enough about Supernatural’s canon to be interested by this.
Thanks bunch, Jukebox Hound
I MEAN IT WOULD HAVE BEEN SO PERFECT TO HAVE LADY STONEHEART BECAUSE MHYSA MEANS MOTHER AND UGH IT JUST WOULD HAVE BEEN SO PERFECT YOU FUCKERS GOOD LUCK WITH PEOPLE NOT FINDING OUT ABOUT HER WHILE YOU’RE FILMING NEXT SEASON
Ladies and Gentlemen, my thoughts about the season finale in convenient caps lock form.
So, one day I’ll be able to take this fully into heart, myself, but for now I’m reblogging for other people to see it.
imagine ur at a really fun asoiaf/got convention and then suddenly the staff closes the doors and the rains of castamere starts playing
You see, I want to do this at my sister’s wedding during my Maid of Honor speech. Or just have “The Rains of Castamere” start playing over dinner.
You were a sweet summer child, as green as grass.
Welcome to winter, bitch.
i basically assume that people don’t like me unless they explicitly tell me they like me and then periodically remind me
This feel. I know it.
In case you haven’t noticed, I’m super passionate about video games, and why I want more games where women aren’t fuckable trophies!!!!
I’m going to rant about why. Also, there’s a list of personal recommendations in this post about games that have female leads or central female character narratives! There are some really great titles in all this sexist manure.
My therapist gave me a sheet of paper with a list of legitimate rights. We seem to forget we have these rights sometimes, so I thought I’d share it.
YOUR LEGITIMATE RIGHTS
- You have a right to need things from others.
- You have a right to put yourself first sometimes.
- You have a right to feel and express your emotions or your pain.
- You have a right to be the final judge of your beliefs and accept them as legitimate.
- You have the right to your opinions and convictions.
- You have the right to your experience - even if it’s different from that of other people.
- You have a right to protest any treatment or criticism that feels bad to you.
- You have a right to negotiate for change.
- You have a right to ask for help, emotional support, or anything else you need (even though you may not always get it).
- You have a right to say no; saying no doesn’t make you bad or selfish.
- You have a right not to justify yourself to others.
- You have a right not to take responsibility for someone else’s problem.
- You have a right to choose not to respond to a situation.
- You have a right, sometimes, to inconvenience or disappoint others.
Sometimes, when I get seriously low, things like this turn into such foreign concepts. Like, “What? I can disappoint people? But then they’ll hate me and leave me.” “How can I tell someone else that what they think about me is wrong? I’m the wrong one.” “Crying? I shouldn’t cry. Crying is for children and for people who have something to cry about. Crying is unprofessional.”
However, there’s still something that stays with me the longest. Let’s call it rule 0:
0. You have a right to be.