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♚ Princesse d'Etoile ♚
Queenly Phantom Revolution!
And Going Away Means Forgetting
Rated: 17+
WC: 9715/???
RI WWYFF
You're going on eighteen and have never had an adventure; he's forever seventeen and whether you like it or not, adventure follows him like his own shadow. And maybe this involves some runaways with magic powers and dark histories of their own, and maybe on their trail are pirates and thieves and a shadowy organization with more than a meager sum of magic in their blood.
He Was Such A Sweet Boy
Rated: 17+
WC: 3221
OC x Reader x OC
He was destined to to terrible things, but he was also your childhood friend. And you'd always been told to stand by your friends.
Candy Cane Flaws
Rated: 17+
WC: 13230
RI CYOA
You didn't mean to kill her. But what would you do to make sure other people didn't find out you did?
This Too Shall Pass
Rated: 13+
WC: 5425
Reader x Jiyeon
Your parents had set you up with a nice house, and a reasonable allowance, to say the least. But if they thought they could buy back your love after everything that's happened, they were wrong. Money wasn't going to save you. You didn't know what was. But you kind of hoped that inviting two strange men in need of a home to live with you was more of a "save you" ending than a "kill you" one.

devilonthehighway:

littlestarprincess replied to your post:am i really going to buy a metallic gold…

Uuuuuuuuuuurgh I’m so jealous ;A;

I AM GOING TO GET SO MANY EXASPERATED LOOKS FROM FAMILY BUT THEY WOULDN’T UNDERSTAND. METALLIC. GOLD. LIPSTICK. COME. ON. MAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAN.

http://www.nyxcosmetics.com/p-275-wicked-lippies.aspx

it’s mischievous, but i’m also gonna snag wrath and power. POWER IS FUCKING GORGEOUS MINNY, HELP

i thought about immortal, too. but i’m not sure if i would actually wear something like that. despite thinking it’s gorgeous

I HOPE YOU CAN GET IT, TOO, IF YOU LIKE THE COLOR.

Oooooh gads I need it I need it ;A; But I need to budget things uot first aaaah. And power is pretty gorgeous oh goodness ;A; 

I’m not so sure about Immortal personally, but I’m not fond of purple. I have had too much purple in my life. Like, if I were a color I would probably be too purple, and if that’s not too much purple, I don’t know what is.

singlelift:

littlestarprincess:

 

Well, basically, the bad ends you can get are:

Let your pressure gauge fill all the way -> Heejung gives up on life and collapses.

Fail to get your chosen guy’s affection up to where it’s supposed to be at any given stage -> Heejae confesses to Heejung, and she goes along with it. This happens even after the animals become human

Pursue both Jihae and Jisoo while on Jisoo’s route — Jisoo goes yandere

Fail to befriend Jieun while on Jihae’s route — Jihae’s fangirls go yandere, Jihae breaks up with Heejung for her own protection

Fail to raise Jiyeon’s affection completely during his moody period on Jiyeon’s route — he doesn’t come back, Heejung goes home to her mother

Raise everyone’s affection stats evenly while on Jiwoo’s route (???) — I don’t actually know I haven’t gotten his bad end yet.

And if you let your stress get too high, she’ll go drinking with Heejae, and he’ll talk about his first love who looked just like Heejung, and adopt Heejung as his official drinking buddy  and presumably have a lot of regrets in the morning; Meanwhile, whoever’s route your own will afect who gets pissed off about it later when Heejung stumbles home drunk and they were staying up worrying about her (-5 affection, I think, but definitely an affection decrease.)

Am I talking about this too much yet… ?

NO NO NO YOU AREN’T AH THANK YOU…… I’m either really bad at googling or this information is nowhere omg This is really helpful since I obviously don’t want to get the bad endings (unless they give me CGs)

Jihae’s and Jisoo’s bad ends both give you 3 CGs total, two for Jisoo, one for Jihae; I don’t know if Jiwoo’s does or doesn’t, but Jiyeon’s only has an extra event. :3b

Haha, Dandelion is small enough that it’s pretty hard to find stuff, but noelswonderland has a lot of stuff on it, I think. At the very least, they have a lot of stuff on Nameless~

allthecanadianpolitics:

Missing Person: Police searching for Natalie Kakekagumik, 20

THUNDER BAY — City police have turned to the public for help locating a missing 20-year-old woman.

Officials with the Thunder Bay Police Service Tuesday afternoon said Natalie Kakekagumik, 20, was last seen in the area of the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre on Monday, Sept. 29 at about 1:30 p.m.

Kakekagumik is described as an Aboriginal woman standing about five-feet-five-inches tall with a thin build.

She has long brown hair and brown eyes. She may have green contact lenses in her eyes. She was last seen wearing black and white tights with a white hoodie and black windbreaker jacket.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call city police at 684-1200 so her welfare may be checked on.

People wishing to provide anonymous information may contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or www.tipsubmit.com.

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tumblrfolk, we are so much more skilled than we think

mhd-hbd:

elodieunderglass:

one thing I want to say today relates to my current job. (As you guys know, I’ve left off working in science labs to work an office job in sci comm. My role is kind of … nebulous and involves a lot of “oh, Elodie can help you with that, she does weird stuff. Train Elodie on that.”)

Because it’s an office job, the mentality is for everyone to present their workflows as incredibly difficult and skilled, requiring a lot of training and experience to do properly. Which is fair enough! These skills are difficult!

"Elodie, today we are going to train you to use… A HIGHLY COMPLICATED AND DIFFICULT WEBSITE INTERFACE. You will need to take a lot of notes and pay careful attention, because it is extremely advanced. ARE YOU READY"

"… This is Wordpress."

"…No it isn’t! it says something different at the top. And it’s very complicated, it’s not something you can just know already."

"Nah son, don’t worry, it’s Wordpress. I mean, God knows I don’t blog much, but I can manage me a bit of Wordpress, it’s cool."

"No. You can’t. Don’t worry, it’s very difficult. Now sit still and be trained on how to upload a photo to Wordpress."

"All right."

—-

"Elodie, do you think that you can MANAGE SOCIAL MEDIA? It is INCREDIBLY HARD and may involve THE HASHTAGS"

"… I think I’ll manage."

—-

"Elodie, can you put a HYPERLINK in a thing? Think about it before you answer."

"Is it like a BBCode kind of thing, with the boxy bracket things, or do you want it in HTML, with like angley bracket things?"

"It is a button that you press that says HYPERLINK."

"I can do this thing for you."

—-

"Elodie, can you write a punchy summary that will make people want to click on a special link that says "read more" to read all of the text?"

"Probably?"

—-

"Elodie, this is how to use TAGS on CONTENT. TAGS on CONTENT are important because - because of THINGS. Things that are too arcane and mysterious for anyone below the level of Manager to know."

"Cool, I can tag stuff for you."

—-

"Elodie, this is obviously a ridiculous question, but can you edit videos?"

"Not very well, and only if you want to make it look like there is sexual tension between characters from different forms of visual media, or perhaps to make a trailer for a fanfiction? Which is not necessarily a good use of my time and I’m not sure why I felt it was so cool to do to begin with…"

"What?"

"Actually, upon further reflection: no. No. Nope. I can’t edit videos. They’re completely beyond me. Not in my wheelhouse. Hate videos. Hate them. No innate skill whatsoever."

"That’s what we thought"

—-

"Elodie?! You can use PHOTOSHOP?!"

"Yeah, I mean, I usually just use Pixlr. It’s free, it’s online, it’s powerful, you don’t have to download anything…"

"but you are not a GRAPHIC DESIGNER!!"

"Er… no."

"Next you’ll be telling us you can MAKE AN ANIMATED PICTURE."

"I mean, I haven’t really done a lot of it since Livejournal, and they weren’t that good anyway, but yeah… I can do you reaction images."

"THAT IS WITCHCRAFT"

"Yes. Definitely."

—-

What I’m trying to say is: a lot of people talk a lot of crap about what we Millenials do on the Internet, because there is NO CAPITALISTIC VALUE in the screwing around we do with our friends. “Ughh why are you ALWAYS on the computer?” our parents whined.

"How did you make the text go all slanty like that?" our bosses wonder.

We have decades of experience in Photoshop. We know how to communicate; we can make people across the planet care about our problems. We know how to edit media to make two characters look like they’re having the sexual tensions. We can make people read our posts, follow us, share our content. We run and manage our own websites - and make them pretty. We moderate conversations, enforce commenting policies, manage compromises, lead battles, encourage peace, defend ourselves from attack, inspire others, and foster incredible levels of communication.

We produce our art. We advertise our art. We engage with others through our art. We accept constructive criticism and dismiss destructive trolling of our art. We improve our art. Our art gets better.

We narrate our stories.

All by ourselves. Our pretty blog backgrounds, custom-edited themes, tasteful graphics, punchy content, clever gifs, our snappy putdowns and smart-ass text posts, even our familiarity with fonts and composition - all of these skills we’ve casually accumulated for fun/approval are MINDBLOWING LEVELS OF COMPETENCE IN THE WORKFORCE.

When these skills are sold to you - when they’re packaged and marketed, and when you pay to consume them and have the Elders rate you on them - they are incredibly valuable. They are Media and Communications degrees. They are marketing internships. They are leadership workshops. They are graphics design modules. They are web design courses. They are programming courses. We are good at this shit; we have it nailed down.

You can’t put “fandom” or “blogging” on your CV, but you deserve to. You should get this credit. You should claim this power and authority.

Claim these skills. They are valuable. They are important.

Everything you have ever done is a part of your powerful makings.

This you can put in your CV:

Logged over five hundred hours of intensive social media usage, including but not limited to, marketing own visual art, successfully creating viral pieces, and engaging in internet activism.

Extremely apt typist and good at communicating in the written word due to having grown up in a generation reliant on textual communication for socializing.

Able to interact fluently in with the millenial demographic, with in-depth knowledge of preferences and social norms.

Talent with visual arts creation in a variety of Photoshop-like programs such as GIMP/Paint.Net/Photoshop CS2/w/e.

Knowledge of many web-applications, such as Wordpress, the Google Suite, Dropbox and others; as well as a general disposition and background for quickly understanding any application from the web-app paragdime. 

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unpieddansleplacard:

pagalini:

pagalini:

preach it, sexuality mermaids! c: 

[you can buy these on my redbubble shop, under the ‘positively fantastic’ collection]

the set is now complete! :))

SEXUALITY MERMAIDS i’m now officially a mermaid and NO ONE can argue !!

these arts are WONDERFUL ♥ ♥

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weedshibe:

cognitivedissonance:

And murderous police officers. They’re cool with them too.

gofundme is officially trash garbage

(Source: seriouslyamerica, via terriblearguments)

singlelift:

littlestarprincess:

singlelift:

has anyone played dandelion ~wishes brought to you~ bc i keep getting the bad ending where her??friend/classmate finds her and she faints????

i think it’s caused by stress or some shit but like. i made sure it wasnt up and this time it happend after a day where i couldnt do anything because i got a game cutscene wtf

Pressure. Your pressure is too high — make sure and have her study.

OH OKAY okay i’m still sure… it wasn’t full though…. ah well whatever i’ll just load up a save

thanks!

Well, basically, the bad ends you can get are:

Let your pressure gauge fill all the way -> Heejung gives up on life and collapses.

Fail to get your chosen guy’s affection up to where it’s supposed to be at any given stage -> Heejae confesses to Heejung, and she goes along with it. This happens even after the animals become human

Pursue both Jihae and Jisoo while on Jisoo’s route — Jisoo goes yandere

Fail to befriend Jieun while on Jihae’s route — Jihae’s fangirls go yandere, Jihae breaks up with Heejung for her own protection

Fail to raise Jiyeon’s affection completely during his moody period on Jiyeon’s route — he doesn’t come back, Heejung goes home to her mother

Raise everyone’s affection stats evenly while on Jiwoo’s route (???) — I don’t actually know I haven’t gotten his bad end yet.

And if you let your stress get too high, she’ll go drinking with Heejae, and he’ll talk about his first love who looked just like Heejung, and adopt Heejung as his official drinking buddy  and presumably have a lot of regrets in the morning; Meanwhile, whoever’s route your own will afect who gets pissed off about it later when Heejung stumbles home drunk and they were staying up worrying about her (-5 affection, I think, but definitely an affection decrease.)

Am I talking about this too much yet… ?

zznm:

Rest in peace the 13 victims of the Columbine massacre, murdered in cold blood by the above and his partner on April 20th, 1999:

Cassie Bernall, whose parents called her “Bunny Rabbit” and whose favorite movie was Braveheart.

Steve Curnow, who loved Star Wars so much that fellow fans organized an international memorial day when the Phantom Menace was released a month after his death.

Corey DePooter, who had been working part-time at a golf course to save up for a fishing boat with a friend.

Kelly Fleming, who loved vampire fiction before the Twilight craze hit and aspired to be a published writer.

Matt Kechter, who played on both offensive and defensive lines of the football team and maintained straight-As on the honor roll. 

Dan Mauser, who loved The Simpsons and The X Files and had recently returned from a 2-week trip to Paris with the French club. 

Dan Rohrbough, who worked on his grandfather’s farm harvesting wheat from the age of three and used the money he earned buy Christmas presents for his family.

Rachel Scott, who had recently quit smoking and was working on writing an original play for her senior year. 

Isaiah Shoels, who had overcome a heart defect to go on to play football and wrestle, and who dreamed of being a music producer.

John Tomlin, who worked after school with trees at a local nursery and who once drove to Mexico to help build a house with a poor family. 

Lauren Townsend, who was a candidate for valedictorian and who went by the nickname “Lulu”.

Kyle Velasquez, a special needs student who aspired to join the Navy like his dad and who kissed his mom on the cheek every morning before leaving for school.

Dave Sanders, who had 5 grandchildren and who coached the girls’ basketball and softball teams at Columbine.

Do not insult these people by showing more humanity towards the memory of those who stole their futures from them. Remember them.

(Source: thewarmestseasofpurehappiness, via terriblearguments)

singlelift:

has anyone played dandelion ~wishes brought to you~ bc i keep getting the bad ending where her??friend/classmate finds her and she faints????

i think it’s caused by stress or some shit but like. i made sure it wasnt up and this time it happend after a day where i couldnt do anything because i got a game cutscene wtf

Pressure. Your pressure is too high — make sure and have her study.

October “Toby” Daye was in many ways my first “real” protagonist. She was complicated, she was sad, she was bruised and refusing to break, and she was not afraid to put her duty ahead of her desire to be liked. She bullied her way through the world she was created to inhabit, looking at every complication that stood in her way and saying “No, you move.” After a lifetime spent moving dolls through stories, it was like I finally had a real person to follow and document. I started writing her adventures, and sending them out to people I trusted to read and review. Midway through either the second or the third book—I don’t remember anymore—I got a note from one of my proofers saying “You can’t have Toby do this, she’s always been a little bitchy, but this makes her a total bitch. No one will like her if she does this.”

I panicked. I couldn’t write a series about an unlikeable character! I’d never get published, no one else would ever meet my imaginary friends, and everything I’d worked for my whole life would be over, all because Toby was unlikeable.

Then I took a deep breath, and wrote back to the proofer requesting that they do a find/replace on the .doc, and plug in the name “Harry Dresden” for every instance of “October Daye.” They did, and lo and behold, what had been “bitchy” and “inappropriate” was suddenly “bold” and “assertive.” A male character in the same situation, with the same background, taking the same actions, was completely in the right, justified, and draped with glory. He was a hero. Toby? Toby was an unlikeable bitch.

The proofer withdrew the compliant. I have never forgotten it.

seanan_mcguire: Characters, criteria, and causation: where the problem lies. (via helavik)

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