“Always take into consideration the fact that you

So this will be a merry mix of DIY and crafts stuff, pretty things I found but can't afford, the few things I make myself like jewelry and of course lots of fandom, mostly for manga and fanfiction. I read Yaoi and shounen ai so beware… Oh and sometimes there might pop up some BDSM stuff.
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Black Butler manga Chapter 96.5 "That Butler, Friendly" Noah’s Ark Circus Arc Side Story


Palette meme: part 9 // Y’know, I can really relate to this guy… we have the same outlook on life.

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Asker Anonymous Asks:
My boyfriend is very submissive and I do enjoy being his Dom, but he never knows what he is looking for in a scene. When I ask he just says he wants 'to make his mistress happy'. I would be perfectly happy if he just rutted me, gave me some instant satisfaction and called it a day but I know it wouldn't be enough for him and I have no real requests for him at any given time. I'm worried he is going to start feeling unneeded if I can't come up with something but I keep drawing blanks! Help?
pink-paperblossom pink-paperblossom Said:


he has some ideas about what he wants, I assure you. The problem is, he doesn’t want to just come out and ask for them. 

It could be that he is ashamed, or he could feel that asking would ruin the scene. Both are common. 

A lot of subs want to sub because they want the illusion of being forced to do things they wouldn’t ordinarily do or admit to wanting to do. 

Start by having your boyfriend create a blog or an online diary. Assign him a post a day or a week depending on how much free time he has. Also, tell him to give you the password as well. 

So, once a day/week, have him write a short post about a fantasy of his or a confession, or his favorite parts about past scenes. 

This allows him space to talk freely without having to actually… talk. It will also give you plenty of ideas in the long run. 

As time goes on, he will gain confidence in writing out his fantasies and they will become more and more honest and you may be surprised at what you find yourself reading.  ;-) 

Holy shit, Half Prince ended. I can’t quite believe it. It feels a bit like an era has come to an end. Reading it was so much fun.


Title: “The Verb ‘To Run’ in Present Continuous Tense”
Fandom: Dragon Age II
Pairing: Anders/Fenris (Fenders)
Characters: Fenris, Anders, Merrill, Bethany
Rating: NC-17
Summary: This is Fenris’s story, told in missing scenes set throughout the Dragon Age II timeline. Fenris ran away from slavery, but even after he settled in Kirkwall, he never really stopped. He just ran in circles instead—circles ringed by mages.
Notes: Written for dragonagebb​’s Dragon Age Reverse Big Bang 2014.  The art piece I wrote for was "Run Boy Run," a Fenris FST by Satine86.   Many thanks to my three superb beta readers: marmolita, emotionalmorphine, and jehnt.
Warnings: This is a story about an abuse survivor struggling to recover. Fenris’s story is, by its very nature, dark and disturbing. If you are easily triggered by references to abuse or acting out trauma through sex, then this story is likely not for you, though you may rest assured all sexual acts depicted are consensual, even if dysfunctional.
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He wasn’t feeling very well. For the last thirty miles he had been imagining that a ton of burning metal, rubber, and leather was a fully functioning automobile, and the Bentley had been resisting him fiercely.

Crowley becoming increasingly unhinged as the book goes on is my favorite part of Good Omens. This is hardly an original concept (pretty sure every GO fanartist draws the flaming Bentley at least once), but it’s such a powerful mental image, I couldn’t resist.

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When friend is clearly upset but they don’t wanna talk about it but you wanna help but don’t know how and you just kinda


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Jewel toned circuit board earrings all in sterling silver bezels and sterling hooks. the top set has spiral cut amethysts.

The Blue Kraken


DIY Comic Book Jeans first seen at Fashionably Geek. These were made by Kirameku (facebook link) for her Boarderlands’ costume. You can see the final costume on her FB page. She used Textilcolor paint and then thinned it for the “watercolor” shadowing seen in the bottom right photo. She says she may post a full tutorial and if she does I will certainly post a link here.