this fucking asshole vampire (via revendeurdemort)
Send ✆ for a morning text
Send ♔ for an angry text
Send ♠ for a drunk text
Send ☏ for a vague text
Send ⁇ for a worried text
Send ♣ for a text not meant for you
Send ✘ for a text that should never have been sent
Send ✺for a saucy text
Send √ for a long winded confessing text
Send ☠ for misguided advice
Send ☢ for a desperate text
Send ☼ for a congratulatory text
i like how grell’s face is censored
I like how they’re animating the filming of an animated show.
legit though this fucking show is my favorite thing.
Saying I’ll roleplay with anyone is not always unconditional. I am potentially willing to roleplay with anyone, but if a person’s writing is just absolutely atrocious, or their muse is poorly put together (like a Mary Sue) I will most likely not roleplay with them. I get nervous anytime I mention my flexibility or post for opens and starters because people like that are always the first to come forth.
Mary Sues make me sad…
"Lil buddy, you tried, but I can’t…I just can’t…"
And I can’t
Moirai | Greek Mythology
In Greek mythology, the Moirai (Ancient Greek: Μοῖραι, “apportioners”, Latinized as Moerae) — often known in English as the Fates — were the white-robed incarnations of destiny (Roman equivalent: Parcae, euphemistically the “sparing ones”, or Fata; also analogous to the Germanic Norns). Their number became fixed at three: Clotho (spinner), Lachesis (allotter) and Atropos (unturnable). They controlled the metaphorical thread of life of every mortal from birth to death. They were independent, at the helm of necessity, directed fate, and watched that the fate assigned to every being by eternal laws might take its course without obstruction. The gods and men had to submit to them, but in the case of Zeus he is portrayed in two ways: as the only one who can command them (the Zeus Moiragetes) or as the one who is also bound to the Moiras as incarnation of the fates. In the Homeric poems Moira or Aisa, is related with the limit and end of life, and Zeus appears as the guider of destiny. In the Theogony of Hesiod, the three Moirai are personified, and are acting over the gods. Later they are daughters of Zeus and Themis, who was the embodiment of divine order and law. In Plato’s Republic the Three Fates are daughters of Ananke (necessity). It seems that Moira is related with Tekmor (proof, ordinance) and with Ananke, who were primeval goddesses in mythical cosmogonies. The ancient Greek writers might call this power Moira or Ananke, and even the gods could not alter what was ordained. The concept of a universal principle of natural order has been compared to similar concepts in other cultures like the Vedic Rta, the Avestan Asha (Arta) and the Egyptian Maat. In earliest Greek philosophy, the cosmogony of Anaximander is based on these mythical beliefs. The goddess Dike (justice, divine retribution), keeps the order and sets a limit to any actions.
Before you see the red butterflies
Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890)
Title of the background picture: At Eternity’s Gate | Object type: Painting | Date: May 1890 | original
trembling, crawling across my skin
feeling your cold, dead eyes
stealing the life of mine
We most certainly shall
Sebastian, the only person who can make taking a glove off sexy…
(( A scan from Yana Toboso’s ‘Black Butler Artworks vol 1’, Artbook. ))