Pairing: Eren x Rivaille
CREDITS: original PIXIV link (please give her works star ratings!) Japanese to Chinese translation cr.,(baidu EreRi 艾利 bar, super resourceful place, check them out!), Chinese to English translation + typesetting: me *
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for my other translted stuff check here; waiting on approval for a Chinese scanlation team to use their EreRi doujinshis to translate into English. if you’re interested at partaking in chinese to english translation / typesetting, msg me plz! :>
the ducks comeback
THE DUCKS NOT DEFLATED ANYMORE
RUN. JACE LIGHTWOOD RUN!
how are good lookin dudes always friends with other good lookin dudes is there some sort of secret hot boy gang or something
elvenavari said: Something to do with a healing rune.
I meant one of my stories, but here’s a drabble for you, darling:
“Alexander, what is this?” Magnus asked lowly, his fingers tracing the scar of an iratze on his boyfriend’s shoulder. Alec rubbed his face against Magnus’ pillow sleepily, before turning his head to peer at the warlock in confusion.
“Darling, don’t be afraid, I’ve loved you for a thousand years.”
sooo, I made another Malec thing.
don’t hate me jkahfgga
Art by the great Cassandra Jean
Colouring by me :3
You don’t ask me questions like, ‘How do I do?’, ‘What am I up to?’, ‘Am I feeling good?’, ‘Am I feeling happy or sad?’, ‘Do I feel sick?’, ‘Am I in love?’. You just simply stopped asking me those stupid little questions like you don’t care about me anymore, yet you still call me ‘dear’ and you still let me call you by the nickname I gave you before and sometimes I wish you’d just cut the connections completely than keep me hanging like that.
I just don’t know where to stand anymore. Should I let you go or should I still hold on? I wish you’d tell me soon.
There once was a young boy with a very bad temper. The boy’s father wanted to teach him a lesson, so he gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper he must hammer a nail into their wooden fence.
On the first day of this lesson, the little boy had driven 37 nails into the fence. He was really mad!
Over the course of the next few weeks, the little boy began to control his temper, so the number of nails that were hammered into the fence dramatically decreased.
It wasn’t long before the little boy discovered it was easier to hold his temper than to drive those nails into the fence.
Then, the day finally came when the little boy didn’t lose his temper even once, and he became so proud of himself, he couldn’t wait to tell his father.
Pleased, his father suggested that he now pull out one nail for each day that he could hold his temper.
Several weeks went by and the day finally came when the young boy was able to tell his father that all the nails were gone.
Very gently, the father took his son by the hand and led him to the fence.
“You have done very well, my son,” he smiled, “but look at the holes in the fence. The fence will never be the same.”
The little boy listened carefully as his father continued to speak.
“When you say things in anger, they leave permanent scars just like these. And no matter how many times you say you’re sorry, the wounds will still be there.”
So today Angelina Jolie had double mastectomy, which is the removal of one’s breasts, to prevent Breast cancer. So instead of praising Angelina on her bravery, men on Twitter decided to ridicule her, even calling her stupid for removing her breasts. For those of you on Tumblr that are attacking Feminists for being delusional about sexism against women and misogyny here’s your fucking proof that sexism and misogyny exists.
Friendly reminder that Tom Felton improvised this scene because he forgot his line.
A+ acting, would cackle again.
I love how he looks genuinely impressed in the last gif.
Summer Writing Challenge
3. Review a movie/book/anything
Dynasty of Ghosts
First of all, this is a yaoi (m/m) novel so if you cannot take the prospect of ever reading something like that then hey, you have no business reading this review. But hey wait! It doesn’t really kill to try something like this for the mere purpose of broadening your horizon just a tad bit, isn’t it? But if you’re okay with this thing then carry on and read my humble review of this wonderful book.
The summary of the book can be found in goodreads so I don’t really need to repeat it here, I’m just itching to rant about this book. Here, check out the plot first: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/7132358-dynasty-of-ghosts
Now, done reading? Okay here goes. I really love this book but it is a very long read. It has more than 270,000 words and that was like a quarter of the Harry Potter series which is fine with me being a heavy reader. Unfortunately I only read it in e-book format but just like most of what the reviewers stated, if you ever pay more than $7 for this book, you’d find it worth it in the end and even willing to spend more for it. It’s just that awesome.
There are a lot of negative things in this book. I thought I would put it first for you so that we can eradicate negative thoughts about this book first and we shall relish all the goodness of it later on. There are lots, lots, LOTS of grammatical errors in it. I don’t know what happened to its editor or if it was even edited, I doubt. You can see errors on simple subject-verb agreements, verb tenses, mistakes such as using “breath” for “breathe”. Confusion on using -ing or -ed ending verbs and such. Misspelled words were everywhere, even the spacing err. Over all the mistakes were noticeable much to the point that if I would be given a chance to edit this book, I’d do it for free just to see some of the mistakes corrected (not that I’m perfect or anything, just reduce it a tad bit.) But if you’re not a grammar nazi who’d kill for wrong grammar then, please, don’t turn your back on this book. You’d regret it, like, yeah, for real.
Also, illya is a girl. No he’s a guy, this being a yaoi but damn that beau acts like a girl most of the time. That painful need of a guy is there, rarely, but there nonetheless which is good. He’s not overly dramatic sopping on the corners for such a tough love. (The main reason I don’t like hetero romances that much.) No, hardly. he contemplates, yes. he’s scared, he’s reluctant and hesitant which is fine if you’re a ranger and your lover is the prince heir, but he is overly attached to his religion condemning this and that is bad. He couldn’t accept that this is love we have over here and you cannot do anything when it comes to that. Although I don’t blame him for that I blame his family for that, poor Illya and his childhood. He’s lonely and naive, pretty dense as well and he blush furiously most of the time! His reactions to sex were girly as well and if not for some statements regarding his thing between his legs I would think that Ashe is having sex with a girl! Well I think it’s just the way it is. I doubt if the book would be as good as it is if Illya’s different.
I also hate the fact that sometimes Nunn wrote like a seasonal writer meaning there’s a part in the book wherein she continuously used ‘one must..’ ‘one does not..’ like a broken record and it’s just disturbing and all.
On the good parts, I love the idea of the ghosts here in the story. It’s not the usual pity or scary difference. It’s much more than that. There’s frustrations, so much more madness and viciousness hatred, anger and pure evil. The plot twist regarding the ghosts are realistic and appealing at best sometimes you’d even get goosebumps but not the usual ghost goosebumps we get from ordinary ghosts stories, it’s the goosebumps you get from thrill and expectations and speculations presented in the story. Also, Ashe is lovely. At the first part of the book, you’d be fascinated with Illya and his gentle, lonely personality, his ability to see ghost, his beautiful long hair and such, and on the other hand you’d find Ashe as the arrogant cunning, needy (yet very charming) handsome prince who forced himself on Illya. But as the story progresses, you’d come to a point where you would stop with a sudden realization that you already love Ashe. Ashe is as princely as any prince heir is expected to be. Handsome, strong and courageous but inside that, you’ll see a man tired and bitter by his father’s attitude to a second son who never really caught his affection. You’ll see a man tired of the intrigues and poisonous mouths and eyes hovering him for the intention of getting attached to the second most powerful person in the kingdom with so much as a pretense of a good friend or a concerned and loyal lover. Ashe is lonely as much as Illya was for the loss of a mother and a brother whom he could consider as the few who really loved him. He’s eaten by the guilt that he was not able to do anything to save the people he loved so much. He is a man deprived of true love..a child deprived of paternal love and a childhood that he very much deserved Ashe is a gentle soul entrapped in a tough vessel tossed out in a deadly place. Ashe is a man afraid to love someone for the fear of losing them and him being left alone once again. Ashe longed for a father that could love him despite of all the circumstances. Ashe longs for love and he found a kindred soul in Illya in that direst situation of his life.
Nunn did great with the flow of the story. Despite it’s length,you’d hardly find a boring spot in this book. The world of this book was wonderfully crafted without much trying too hard. Just like with Ashe, you’d find yourself in the world without even thinking about it. It was a flow like no other that at one point you’re in your chair reading it, the next you’re there overseeing Ashe and Illya’s affairs with a vivid vision of everything not in the way that every single thing was being described to you with such lengthy words, but a brief and enchanting description that leaves a room for your imagination to expand it beautifully.
Most of the readers were disappointed in the ending of the book and long for a sequel, I do want a sequel too but I’m not disappointed in the ending as much as they do (quite grouchy with some loopholes, though) for I understood that the scene in the ending is the most beautiful way to end that mundane and painful situation they’re in. Turn around forget everything and escape reality but know that you would have to go back to it sooner or later. That’s why this love is so beautiful and painful.
Simon the rockstar, Isabelle well.. They have a son though.
Young & Beautiful - Lana Del Rey [A++ song, love it. I can’t even you just have to listen to it! Did I mention it’s from The Great Gatsby soundtrack?]
Just a little something while I’m still on exam hiatus xx
OMG I can totally see Izzy reacting like that. -__-
Freaking love the song!
I always have these tiny little wounds either on my arms or on my legs because every morning I would always pinch myself a little too hard just to make myself believe that I’m alive.
I was mesmerized by this Walker Books paperback collector’s edition of Clockwork Princes that i found myself hastily buying it earlier! I just love the shining shimmering gold light coming out of Tessa’s book!
And the flower! It’s so princess-y! Hihihi=^.^=
…In City of Glass. No, not their first public kiss, though that was precious.
I’m talking about when Clary creates that rune that allows whoever wears it to look like someone’s love. So, that’s why when Luke looked at Clary, he saw Jocelyn.
The part that gets me every time is Alec’s reaction to…
SAME! asdfghjklkjhgfdsa I can’t even! That was the sweetest thing ever!