sorry but its fact that haters are jealous because kin are lovely and cute and fantastic.
Never forget that you are the protagonist of your own story
and the antagonist of someone else’s!
And a possible love interest in some other peoples! 0u0
This might just be the single most inspiration thing I have ever seen on the internet.
You are also a supporting character to a lots of people’s stories. You might even be the kind stranger who unintentionally turns someone’s life around for the better.
I am the antagonist of everyone’s story. Including my own.
YO. BITCHES. WORLDCHANGE IS UP.
GO GET YO’ BENDING ON
tharook said: What OC(s) are you wanting questions for?
Is “Any or all” an acceptable answer?
(do not send me questions for all of them because I have a millionty one, but I honestly forget which OCs my followers know about)
swimminghuman said: I listen to welcome to night vale, it's really calming and can lull you into a state of being that is nice when you're in a crazy amount of pain Wishing you love and spoons
I’ve tried that, and also other spoken-word recordings (Beowulf is good sometimes. Hella violent, obviously, but rhythmic and engaging and, on my CD set at least, spoken in Seamus Heaney’s smooth Irish brogue), but I find the problem is that a. I focus too hard on plot and then can’t get to sleep because of that, and with WTNV, b. the only way I have to listen to it requires me to have a computer on, which is kind of disruptive.
Although it occurs to me that my current computer turns off the screen without hibernating, so maybe it is worth trying again…
Either way, thanks for the advice. <3
Okay, so I just started watching Pretty Woman (insomnia leads to me watching a lot of movies-that-really-aren’t-my-scene-but-are-cultural-milestones, which also explains why I haven’t seen it before)
and holy shit
E.L. James is not even a subtle plagiarist. Whole lines, whole scenes lifted wholesale. The ordering everything on the breakfast menu? Pretty Woman. The playing-piano-then-the-woman-comes-in-and-we-allude-to-tragic-past scene? Pretty Woman. Allusions to not enjoying the marvellous view? Pretty Woman.
So in conclusion, Christian Grey’s entire character, half his arc, and several of his lines are a blend of Edward from Twilight, Edward from Secretary, and Edward from Pretty Woman.
Hey, what is with the name Edward in trashy romances, anyway?
Like, I can’t even focus on the film any more. So much stuff just keeps jumping out at me as stuff E.L. James blatantly plagiarised… and plagiarised from a seminal
if not very goodfilm, at that. Why does nobody tell me these things?
(I also really did not enjoy Pretty Woman)
(and I still can’t sleep)
does anyone have tips on dealing with pain-induced insomnia?
because honestly this is getting beyond a joke