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no idea if this paper is GOOD but its DONE
An anthology of short stories by college students
ian mckellan and patrick stewart are so drift compatible that they’ve probably been piloting a jaeger for years and we just don’t know about it
- I am physically unable to answer (at school, actually working at work, or had real life obligations)
- I thought I hit send but I really didn’t
- Tumblr is stupid and did not notify me, I actually had no clue you messaged me
- I assumed you wanted the conversation to end at that so I did not reply so you would not get pissed off
What did not happen:
- I ignored you
u wake up on christmas morning and go downstairs, full of excitement. somebody is stealing all of your christmas presents. it is jesus. “its my birthday, not yours” he hisses menacingly, then runs away with all your gifts in his arms
Book recommendation time
Awesome lady protagonists with diverse personalities:
One is a disgruntled princess who decides she’d rather be eaten by a dragon but ends up becoming her housekeeper and making chocolate mousse and telling the knights who come by to rescue the princesses of other dragons because she’s content with where she’s at, thank ya very much. (No love triangles or romantic plot. Hallelujah.) I read this book when I was like 12 so I guess it’s considered a children’s book but it’s really lovely.
Graceling follows Katsa who lives in a world where people are especially talented in a certain way. Her grace is killing. And general badassness. She’s great and I’m so in love with her character and I would definitely suggest this book and it’s sequels. (Romance is included but it’s great cause she kicks his ass when they first meet, isn’t that wonderful. It will also rip your heart out. Also queer representation, especially in the next books.)
Ohp, sit on down folks, let’s have a talk about Hawksong and the entire Kiesha’ra series really. Written by my childhood inspiration Amelia Atwater-Rhodes(who got her first novel published when she was 14) we have fantasy wars between avian and serpent shape-shifters and incredible world building. The books switch narrators from one to the next and romance is a factor throughout all of them but so is violence and courage and you should read them. (sings to the heaven about queer representation my god) It has an overall good plot that just gets better as you go through the books.
the term “aro-ace” is especially lovely because it also sounds like “arrow ace.” are you aromantic and asexual or are you an incredibly skilled and deadly archer. surprise, you’re both
Let’s not forget the original arrow ace:
ARTEMIS JOKE I’VE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS FOR SO LONG
robots getting really concerned when a human yawns and then another human does as well and wondering if this is some sort of group signal that they need to respond to so they just awkwardly go “aaaaaa” to try and imitate them
robots jumping and getting really scared when a human sneezes and rushing over to check on them “DID YOU JUST BLOW A FUSE ARE YOU ALRIGHT DO YOU REQUIRE ASSISTANCE”
robots getting all worried when their human is blushing because “your surface temperature has increased and your pigment is off are you alright”
robots trying to understand human bodies (◕ω◕✿)
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