do-not-touch-my-food:

Peach Pineapple Smoothie

do-not-touch-my-food:

Peach Pineapple Smoothie

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I have a few ideas for showrunners:

stayawayfromcanniballecter:

  • A character with down syndrome who has no cognitive impairments, because not all people with down syndrome do but you wouldn’t know from the media
  • A character who does have cognitive impairments and is shown to be in a loving relationship because cognitive…

gym-leader-merida:

if you don’t terrify people a little bit then what’s the point.

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mangomamita:

yea sex is pretty good but have u ever taken a nap with someone

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gastrogirl:

apple, ginger, and cranberry vodka cocktails.

gastrogirl:

apple, ginger, and cranberry vodka cocktails.

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Aleis Related Thought of the Day

viewedfromsniperscope:

intern-aleis:

You know Aleis’s story isn’t going to have a happy ending, right? It’s not a thing that’s going to occur, whether I actually write it down or not.

She’s just a human. Bright and dark and naive and cynical all at the same time, because humans only have so much time. She was born /human/.

She…

And then we get a wonderful sequel about Haden and a select group that have stayed loyal all this time trying to bring her back and overthrow ect. ect.

Next thing you know it’s a movie franchise 

But oh my god yes.

Because the main conflict of it wouldn’t even necessarily be the conflict involved in the overthrow itself. It would be that Haden and the other demons are /so incredibly, ridiculously loyal to their King and Queen/.

And suddenly they have to make the decision between betraying their Queen with inaction and betraying their King /by/ acting. THIS would be how the loyalties become divided, with many choosing Aleis and just as many choosing Lucifer.

Not only that, but there’s the indoctrination inherent in the demon hierarchy. You rise in the hierarchy with extreme acts of loyalty. In a world were your loyalty is everything, where would that leave you?

The war would be impossible. With most abstaining from the drama as much as possible, and pretty equal numbers aligning on either side, no one could win. I would tear Hell apart, both literally and figuratively.

The only ones who able to stop it would be Lucifer and Aleis themselves. Lucifer who could potentially give in due to doubts, weariness, and residual fondness for the memory of that bright little girl he first made his. And Aleis for the love of her demons and a desire to not see Hell fall to pieces over /her/.

The thing is that Haden isn’t and will never be just some subject of hers. He made himself her older brother, and that never dissipated with the rest of her. And so he simply wouldn’t /allow/ her surrender. It was his job to keep her safe and happy and, dammit, he was going to succeed.


Aleis Related Thought of the Day

You know Aleis’s story isn’t going to have a happy ending, right? It’s not a thing that’s going to occur, whether I actually write it down or not.

She’s just a human. Bright and dark and naive and cynical all at the same time, because humans only have so much time. She was born /human/.

She wasn’t made for an eternity. She wasn’t made for what’s essentially on par with a minor god status.

An eternity. She’ll break. Shatter. Collapse in on herself like the billions of stars she’ll watch implode and explode and form and reform throughout millennia.

It’s why Lucifer is so lenient with her. Why he’s downright playful at times. He /knows/ that this chirpy girl won’t remain so for long by his side. He’s seen millennia pass, and he’s felt the soul deep /weariness/ of one who will never not exist. He hasn’t always been as he is. He became. And so will she.

Aleis Evelyn Ischarot the homecook, animal enthusiast, protector of children, blind lover, silly and naive girl will cease to exist.

And in her place will, eventually, only remain Aleis. Queen of Hell. Advisor to Lucifer. The Demon quem dilectum. She will be as unflinching and strong as Lucifer. Her weaknesses and brightness will deteriorate.

She will have always and never truly existed.

She will be legend.

She will be anything but human. Anything but ordinary.

Anything but herself.

In the end of the book, Aleis Ischarot dies, and a monarch takes her place.


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suzannethurgood:

marcusvanstonn:

So I’ve been thinking about the lines “these masked interlopers wish to sway you with broad toothy smiles, but they are nightmares, Night Vale. They are lies incarnate,” and "The carnival workers smile wider, and wider, and wider, and wider" and it just…


*gets home from rehearsal*

*sleeps for seven years*

1 day ago link #ooc

zenamiarts:

Some workplace motivation from Lauren Mallard to enhance your productivity ♥ — Desert Bluffs Inspires (NVI Series 8).

Previous installments: [x]

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