mercedelede:

#DO YOU UNDERSTAND THOUGH? NONE OF THE DEMONS BELIEVED HE COULD DO IT. ‘YOU DON’T KNOW CROWLEY’. #‘THIS IS A JOKE RIGHT?’ HE WAS THE LAST HORSE ANYONE WAS BETTING ON BECAUSE THEY REDUCED HIM TO ‘JUST’. #JUST A PUNKASS CROSSROADS DEMON. JUST A SALESMAN. JUST A TRAITOR.#CROWLEY’S STRENGTH IS THAT HE DOESN’T UNDERESTIMATE HIS ENEMIES AND THEY UNDERESTIMATE HIM.#HE MAY BE ALL THOSE THINGS. PUNKASS CROSSROADS DEMON. SALESMAN. TRAITOR. BUT HE ISN’T JUST. (via crowleyismyco-pilot)

radn:

catspring:

i don’t get why we need driver’s training. driving is just like mario kart except slower and you can’t throw blue shells at people

please never drive

the-life-im-meant-to-live:

skinnysexysmile:

Thought you guys might find this interesting as well, here is Cosmo’s plus size model, Robyn Lawley. You can find the photo here, and see how enraged everyone else is at the idea of “plus size”

My favourite comment was: "Dear Cosmo, Kindly take your ideas of “plus size” and shove them up your ass sideways. Sincerely, Every man on the planet who has had to reassure his perfectly healthy and proportioned woman she’s not fat because assholes like you perpetuate this idea in her head that she’s “plus size”

the-life-im-meant-to-live:

skinnysexysmile:

Thought you guys might find this interesting as well, here is Cosmo’s plus size model, Robyn Lawley. You can find the photo here, and see how enraged everyone else is at the idea of “plus size”

My favourite comment was:
"Dear Cosmo,
Kindly take your ideas of “plus size” and shove them up your ass sideways.

Sincerely,
Every man on the planet who has had to reassure his perfectly healthy and proportioned woman she’s not fat because assholes like you perpetuate this idea in her head that she’s “plus size”

Punctuating Dialogue

raeiolene:

writingbox:

There are specific ways to punctuate your dialogue. Learning to do this correctly will make you look more professional and accomplished as a writer to potential publishers and agents.

  1. Speech followed by a dialogue tag: “Come on,” she said. Use a comma after the speech, treat the dialogue tag as…

I’m teaching tomorrow and I think my voice is becoming hoarse now. Humph. But this post on dialogue is especially handy.