men took my little pony away from us girls so us teen girls are takin pro wrestling fuck yall just try n stop us
have fun fetishizing the shit out of *real life* celebrities. it actually makes the people who sexualize the shit out of children’s cartoons seem normal.
did you just imply being attracted to actual real human males isn’t normal but wanting to fuck cartoon horses is
I need to reblog this again because it still makes me laugh
My 10 Commandments of Creative Writing (for my College Creative Writing Class)
1) Thou shalt not discount creative thinking time-Inspiration can hit at the oddest times (in the shower, lying in bed pretending to sleep, procrastinating on other things, waiting in line, etc). It is important to take this time, especially as new writers, to come up with new ideas. Don’t be afraid to go through the good, the bad, and the 2 am crazed composition, all ideas have value when writing creatively.
2) Thou shalt accept mistakes-There is no such thing as the perfect human, let alone the perfect author. Mistakes are teaching tools, learn from them, because they are not the end of the world, and everyone makes them.
3) Thou shalt not offer criticism without compassion-Even if peer reviews are not required, it still takes a lot of bravery to share work with others. When giving criticism, always remember that there is another person on the receiving end, and harsh opinions can hurt.
4) Thou shalt accept criticism with grace-It’s pretty easy to get upset when reading someone else’s opinion on creative work, especially if the review isn’t exactly glowing. Try to remember that, for the most part, reviewers and their criticisms are not trying to tear down all that makes a person creative. Remember to take advise with a “grain of salt” and ask follow up questions if there are any confusing points in the review.
5) Thou shalt not miss due dates-Creative writing class or not, missing a due date (self-imposed, or thrust upon writers by the publicist or by the teacher) can severely hurt the writer in more ways than one. Don’t risk it. Write down a fake due date of a day or two earlier, or set out a schedule for working on the project that is manageable.
6) Thou shalt always edit-No matter how good one may be, editing can always be done. It harkens back to the Second Commandment of Creative Writers, but editing can also be a time to further explore characters or comedic/dramatic timing. Major plot points can even be fine tuned in editing, because for Creative work, edits are not just about grammar.
7) Thou shalt not discount ideas while brainstorming-Brainstorming is crucial when writing creatively. Just as it is important to take the time to jot down ideas, it is important to look at each idea and add to them, even if they seem crazy or stupid at the time. Some bad ideas find their way into great writing, even if it’s in the form of a “fourth-wall” breaking joke.
8) Thou shalt write where is comfortable-Some people can’t sit down and write if there is another body in the room, while others prefer the coffee shop ambiance for creativity. Find what works best, and settle in. If the ideas aren’t flowing at the time, don’t panic. Try to come back to the “happy place” or find a similar location. For some people, the most creative place might be a state of mind (just after yoga, 3 am and coffee fueled, 5 am and meeting the sun) or it could be a physical location. Every writer is different, but the creativity is the important part.
9) Thou shalt be always be prepared-With the modern era of cell phones and the internet, taking notes isn’t very difficult, even if it can be cumbersome. If the notepad function on a cell doesn’t work, try carrying around a pocket-sized notebook and pencil for when inspiration hits in the middle of the grocery store. Part of preparation is doing the research needed for any creative work. The internet has also helped on that front, but check the sources if there is any doubt. Like most professors will say, Wikipedia is not a valid source, but it can be a great start. Try clicking on the sources for the Wiki articles and following the links, sometimes there is some real gold hidden there.
10) To Thine own ideas be true-Plagiarism is never the way to go, but it is equally important to own one’s thoughts, even the bad ones. Don’t steal other’s ideas if none immediately spring to mind. Try brainstorming with friends, bouncing ideas off of online forums, or read other creative works in order to become inspired.
i can’t believe we live in a world where someone on tumblr can call chris evans a dorito in the tags of some post and have it circulate so widely that robert downey jr calls him that often enough that chris evans gets the joke behind it.
somebody please tell me how a twilight porn fanfiction ended up as a best seller and got a movie adaptation
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