teh slow one

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funnyandhilarious:

New type of airplane… »

Oh hell nah!

My dad would be terrified

I would want the aisle seat.

Imagine it’s a late night flight, and everyone’s dozing off. In your half-asleep stupor you look down at the floor and you see a face gazing in at you through the glass, a face of something not quite human..

welcome to Tumblr, where the most interesting topics twist into nightmares.

how cool



Magical Flying Throw Up Machine

gokuma:

frustrated-fallen-angel:

gallifreyanprincess:

insanitymobs:

asktheminecrafthuntress:

ykfinch:

ask-shadefire-midnight-and-elsa:

askdiamonddust:

funnyandhilarious:

New type of airplane… »

Oh hell nah!

My dad would be terrified

I would want the aisle seat.

Imagine it’s a late night flight, and everyone’s dozing off. In your half-asleep stupor you look down at the floor and you see a face gazing in at you through the glass, a face of something not quite human..

welcome to Tumblr, where the most interesting topics twist into nightmares.

how cool

Magical Flying Throw Up Machine

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approvesport:

Nursing you back to health


 I’m quite busy at the moment with the next AOG chapter.. 
But here’s a quick Miraxus drawing for you guys :)

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✍ Finally, an ask-meme for writers! ✍

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When did you first start writing?
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What was your favorite book growing up?
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Are you an avid reader?
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Have you ever thrown a book across the room?
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Did you take writing courses in school/college?
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Have you read any writing-advice books?
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Have you ever been part of a critique group?
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What’s the best piece of feedback you’ve ever gotten?
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What’s the worst piece of feedback you’ve ever gotten?
10:
What’s your biggest writer pet-peeve?
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What’s your favorite book cover?
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Who is your favorite author?
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What’s your favorite writing quote?
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What’s your favorite writing blog? c;
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What would you say has inspired you the most?
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How do you feel about movies based on books?
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Would you like your books to be turned into TV shows, movies, video games, or none?
18:
How do you feel about love triangles?
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Do you prefer writing on a computer or longhand?
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What’s your favorite writing program?
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Do you outline?
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Do you start with characters or plot?
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What’s your favorite & least favorite part of making characters?
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What’s your favorite & least favorite part of plotting?
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What advice would you give to young writers?
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Which do you enjoy reading the most: physical, ebook, or both?
27:
Which is your favorite genre to write?
28:
Which do you find hardest: the beginning, the middle, or the end?
29:
Which do you find easiest: writing or editing?
30:
Have you ever written fan-fiction?
31:
Have you ever been published?
32:
How do you feel about friends and close relatives reading your work?
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Are you interested in having your work published?
34:
Describe your writing space.
35:
What’s your favorite time of day for writing?
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Do you listen to music when you write?
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What’s your oldest WIP?
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What’s your current WIP?
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What’s the weirdest story idea you’ve ever had?
40:
Which is your favorite original character, and why?
41:
What do you do when characters don’t follow the outline?
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Do you enjoy making your characters suffer?
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Have you ever killed a main character?
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What’s the weirdest character concept you’ve ever come up with?
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What’s your favorite character name?
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Describe your perfect writing space.
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If you could steal one character from another author and make then yours, who would it be and why?
48:
If you could write the next book of any series, which one would it be, and what would you make the book about?
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If you could write a collaboration with another author, who would it be and what would you write about?
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If you could live in any fictional world, which would it be?
This could be fun.

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fuks:

SAIL

I PRESSED PLAY JUST AS I WAS TAKING A DRINK AND DIET COKE JUST SHOT OUT MY NOSE. I FEEL LIKE I JUST VOMITED

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jamieburne:


In the thirteenth-century, Prince Llywelyn the Great had a palace at Beddgelert in Caernarvonshire, and as the Prince was a keen hunter, he spent much of his time in the surrounding countryside.
He had many hunting dogs, but one day when he summoned them as usual with his horn, his favourite dog Gelert didn’t appear, so regretfully Llywelyn had to go hunting without him.
When Llywelyn returned from the hunt, he was greeted by Gelert who came bounding towards him …his jaws dripping with blood.
The Prince was appalled, and a horrible thought came into his mind …was the blood on the dog’s muzzle that of his one-year old son?
His worst fears were realised when he saw in the child’s nursery, an upturned cradle, and walls spattered with blood! He searched for the child but there was no sign of him. Llywelyn was convinced that his favourite hound had killed his son.
Mad with grief he took his sword and plunged it into Gelert’s heart.

As the dog howled in his death agony, Llywelyn heard a child’s cry coming from underneath the upturned cradle. It was his son, unharmed.
Beside the child was an enormous wolf, dead, killed by the brave Gelert.
Llywelyn was struck with remorse and carried the body of his faithful dog outside the castle walls, and buried him where everyone could see the grave of this brave animal, and hear the story of his valiant fight with the wolf.

jamieburne:

In the thirteenth-century, Prince Llywelyn the Great had a palace at Beddgelert in Caernarvonshire, and as the Prince was a keen hunter, he spent much of his time in the surrounding countryside.

He had many hunting dogs, but one day when he summoned them as usual with his horn, his favourite dog Gelert didn’t appear, so regretfully Llywelyn had to go hunting without him.

When Llywelyn returned from the hunt, he was greeted by Gelert who came bounding towards him …his jaws dripping with blood.

The Prince was appalled, and a horrible thought came into his mind …was the blood on the dog’s muzzle that of his one-year old son?

His worst fears were realised when he saw in the child’s nursery, an upturned cradle, and walls spattered with blood! He searched for the child but there was no sign of him. Llywelyn was convinced that his favourite hound had killed his son.

Mad with grief he took his sword and plunged it into Gelert’s heart.

As the dog howled in his death agony, Llywelyn heard a child’s cry coming from underneath the upturned cradle. It was his son, unharmed.

Beside the child was an enormous wolf, dead, killed by the brave Gelert.

Llywelyn was struck with remorse and carried the body of his faithful dog outside the castle walls, and buried him where everyone could see the grave of this brave animal, and hear the story of his valiant fight with the wolf.