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Suzaku Kururugi & Lelouch vi Britannia Chibi S&M? | .

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Suzaku+Lelouch (Code Geass)

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Jennifer Morrison in ALEXA’s September Issue

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i really like the idea of cecil being a presence/voice that can take up any shape or form if he desires it. also, im pretty sure carlos wont be able to hear anymore

I just noticed that that little speck down there is carlos.

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I thought this was necessary to do.


I thought this was necessary to do.

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Since Halloween is coming up soon, I figured I would try to make a small guide on how to tell if something is a jumpscare video or not. Please keep in mind that this isn’t 100% accurate, and the best thing to do is use your own judgement.

That said, usually a video contains a jumpscare if:

  • It tells you to look closely or to turn the music up, or already has small/poor quality images and quiet music
  • If it’s on Youtube, the comments and ratings will either have poor reactions (ex. “wtf is wrong with you!!! that scared my (insert younger family member here)”) or be disabled.
  • The most recently circulated one (a flashing/screaming image of Jeff the Killer) is a .swf file, so if you’re sent a suspicious link, hover over it. If it ends in .swf, it’s best to just not open it.
  • The most popular jumpscares are “Relaxing Car Ride,” “Scary Maze,” “Subliminal Images and Music,” “Michael Jackson Ghost,” “Kikia,” and “Where’s Waldo?”

Also keep in mind that Youtube now enables automatically-repeating videos, meaning that some screamers may repeat themselves over and over until you close the window (in non-Youtube instances, the site may even make it to where you can’t close the window, meaning that you or someone else has to unplug your computer).

Stay safe, and have a happy Halloween!


Someone messaged me recently about tinyurls, and how people have been using them to send people jumpscares. If you have a concern regarding a tinyurl, add preview. to the beginning of the url (including the period!) so that it will show you what the link leads to! for example, if the link was “tinyurl.com/6c8nryl”, you would type “preview.tinyurl.com/6c8nryl” (for those who are worried, the url leads to cuteroulette)

Again, stay safe!

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The Enamelled Chain, 1911, by Frank Markham Skipworth [x].


The Enamelled Chain, 1911, by Frank Markham Skipworth [x].

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Reading List 2014

  1. Lucy Wadham, The Secret Life of France
  2. Anthony Horowitz, The House of Silk
  3. Rysa Walker, Timebound
  4. N.K. Jemisin, The Dreaming Moon
  5. Chuck Wendigo, Under the Empyrean Sky
  6. Harlan Coben, Tell No One
  7. The Descent of Ishtar
  8. Sherrilyn Kenyon, Fantasy Lover
  9. The Epic of Gilgamesh
  10. Black Widow: The Name of the Rose, Kiss or Kill
  11. Sherrilyn Kenyon, Night Pleasures
  12. Sherrilyn Kenyon, Night Embrace
  13. Julie Maroh, Le bleu est une couleur chaude
  14. Runaways, vol. 1 and 2
  15. Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples, Saga, vol. 1 and 2
  16. scyllaya, Bend Around The Wind
  17. Veronica Roth, Divergent
  18. Like_a_Hurricane, Catch and Release
  19. A.S. Byatt, Ragnarok
  20. Tim Anderson, Tune in Tokyo: the Gaijin Diaries
  21. Bride Stories, vol. 1-3
  22. Naomi Novik, Temeraire
  23. Violet Kupersmith, The Frangipani Hotel
  24. Pauline Kiernan, Filthy Shakespeare
  25. Joanne M. Harris, The Gospel of Loki
  26. Allison Bechdel, Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic
  27. Marjane Satrapi, Persepolis
  28. Jeanette Winterson, A Promise
  29. Veronica Roth, Insurgent
  30. Kayako Shimatsuki, Coelacanth
  31. Veronica Roth, Allegiant

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If a white boy walked around with a samurai sword, he wouldn’t be gunned down by the police. 

Darrien Hunt, a young black man, was walking around with a samurai sword and was shot to death by the police, keep in mind he was cosplaying. 


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Batgirl: Year One 

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