May122013
12AM

risarodil:

Supernatural Reimagined Posters for Seasons 1 - 8

Probably the hardest, yet the most enjoyable set I created so far.

Available here

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January112012
10PM

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1AM
January82012
The moment you realize they aren’t wearing panties. /epic

The moment you realize they aren’t wearing panties. /epic

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January22012
peppermonster:

harrypotterconfessions:

Not sure if this is allowed, because it’s technically a resubmission. But it was my submission in the first place so I’ll submit it anyway.
My choice of words were the ones that best describe my opinion. Mediocre is the best way, in my opinion, to describe her writing ability. It means not great, but not terrible either. It’s not an insult, it’s a description. Opinions are allowed to be negative, there’s no rule that says they have to be unbiased.
I’m being attacked because people can’t accept that others have different opinions. Guess what guys, in your lives there are going to be TONS of people who disagree with you. If you go crazy whenever anyone has an alternative opinion you’re going to waste your whole life yelling about all manner of useless things that really don’t matter.  
It is my opinion that J K does not show her reader things, she tells them. Showing instead of telling is a very basic writing skill taught to very young children to better their creative writing. It is also my opinion that description of people/places is incredibly clunky and does not fit the wonderful, magical nature of the things it describes. 
The word ‘said’ is over used to the point where it sounds utterly ridiculous, showing that although she has an incredible knack for imagining glorious worlds full of glorious things, she lacks the technical knowledge that makes for a truly well written book. 
I understand that it was written for children, but that does not mean the language should be dumbed down. Children, particularly English children (the original audience), often read books with very challenging vocabulary and are actively encouraged to do so. By having the lack of technical skill in the Potter books, children are not being challenged. J K said once, I forget where, that the books are aimed at whatever age Harry happens to be. The vocabulary is easy for even 7 year olds to read, therefore the audience is not being properly targeted. 
This confession should not have had such a ridiculous response. It’s my opinion. You don’t have to agree with it. Feel free to actively disagree in fact. 
Oh, and my last point; it was a typo. I know how to spell mediocre. Get over yourselves and grow up.
graphic submitted.

PREACH IT!

peppermonster:

harrypotterconfessions:

Not sure if this is allowed, because it’s technically a resubmission. But it was my submission in the first place so I’ll submit it anyway.

My choice of words were the ones that best describe my opinion. Mediocre is the best way, in my opinion, to describe her writing ability. It means not great, but not terrible either. It’s not an insult, it’s a description. Opinions are allowed to be negative, there’s no rule that says they have to be unbiased.

I’m being attacked because people can’t accept that others have different opinions. Guess what guys, in your lives there are going to be TONS of people who disagree with you. If you go crazy whenever anyone has an alternative opinion you’re going to waste your whole life yelling about all manner of useless things that really don’t matter.  

It is my opinion that J K does not show her reader things, she tells them. Showing instead of telling is a very basic writing skill taught to very young children to better their creative writing. It is also my opinion that description of people/places is incredibly clunky and does not fit the wonderful, magical nature of the things it describes. 

The word ‘said’ is over used to the point where it sounds utterly ridiculous, showing that although she has an incredible knack for imagining glorious worlds full of glorious things, she lacks the technical knowledge that makes for a truly well written book. 

I understand that it was written for children, but that does not mean the language should be dumbed down. Children, particularly English children (the original audience), often read books with very challenging vocabulary and are actively encouraged to do so. By having the lack of technical skill in the Potter books, children are not being challenged. J K said once, I forget where, that the books are aimed at whatever age Harry happens to be. The vocabulary is easy for even 7 year olds to read, therefore the audience is not being properly targeted. 

This confession should not have had such a ridiculous response. It’s my opinion. You don’t have to agree with it. Feel free to actively disagree in fact. 

Oh, and my last point; it was a typo. I know how to spell mediocre. Get over yourselves and grow up.

graphic submitted.

PREACH IT!

January12012

Just a video I made.

December312011
fuckyeahgeekgirls:


How I celebrate for TOR release :)

Thanks for the submission, malliciousness!

I celebrated the TOR release by continuing to play Rift. HA!

fuckyeahgeekgirls:

How I celebrate for TOR release :)

Thanks for the submission, malliciousness!

I celebrated the TOR release by continuing to play Rift. HA!

December302011
dathus:

This made me laugh WAY too hard…

dathus:

This made me laugh WAY too hard…

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