What does Annatar like about Celebrimbor?
He’s so well-hung.
A super girly and peppy blonde girl who wears bright pink dresses and skirts everyday is best friends with a quiet goth girl who of course sports all black clothing and big lace up boots. Someone jokes and yells to them “Hey look, a fairy and a vampire!” The blonde turns around and flashes a fanged grin and says “She’s human, actually.”
i couldn’t resist…
i guess the real question is how can you not like tesla
he thought women would eventually rule the world because we’re the dominant sex
he liked pigeons
he was a vegetarian
he was a babe
he was shy
he hated edison
Yup, as long as you’re ok with that time he went bonkers and tried to build a death ray.
Are you serious the death ray was the best part
AND he actually built a device that could give everyone free electricity but the government forced him to take it down
she had curves in all the right places, and all the left places, also, and in places forgotten by time, and in places known only by dwarven scholars
I had a nasty surprise just now — went to link a friend a picture from my photobucket, which I’ve not used for a while, and discovered that the site now feels free to wave your name out in the open.
Image 1, there? I’ve blanked out my name and username, but they were both there, where when I last used the site, only the username was displayed with the pics. You don’t have to be logged in to see it, either, which is alarming.
Image 2, is after I logged in and went to my settings. I’ve changed my name on the site, but you can see the cheerful little public info box that appeared so suddenly there.
If you haven’t used your photobucket in a while, like me, it might be wise to check on it. Your name might be out there for all the world to see.
is bullshit advice.
My bigness is not determined by my capacity to quietly absorb bullying, degradation, or abuse.
Expecting someone to do the work of a “bigger person” when they don’t have the emotional strength to BE that “big” is cruel and hurtful and inherently treats them as unworthy of being defended.
It’s like putting an unarmored vehicle into missile bombardment and saying, “BE the tank in this situation.” It doesn’t make their armor thicker. It just gets them hurt and tells them they aren’t worth defending—-and psychological armor? Self-esteem? Those things are generated from being treated like you DO matter, like you ARE worth defending. Actions speak louder than words, and nothing speaks louder to a bullied child (or adult) than whether you side with them or their bully.