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hair is not permanent. baths will make u sleepy and so will lotion. if u aren’t up for school don’t fucking go. u don’t need to explain urself. it’s ok to give in to societies expectations sometimes. girl sweat is a gift from whatever the fuck u believe in. just bcause u can,doesn’t mean u should. bring food with u everywhere and don’t hesitate to eat it. u aren’t as bloated as u think u r. write things on ur hands.

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Anonymous asked:

Ok, so I tried googling this and I couldn't find anything. So, let's say I have a king who no longer wants to rule. This king has no children or known successors. Could they pass off their power to pretty much anyone they wanted? If this isn't something that has been done before, do you think it would be a believable course of action in a made up kingdom with magical creatures and such? Thanks!

clevergirlhelps:

It depends on what kind of monarchy you’re writing. Until the mid 1300s, the kings were basically the nobles’ bitch for a lot of reasons I covered here. After the Black Death and increased revenue b/c trade, the kings became more authoritarian and the era of absolute monarchs/enlightened despots began.

What does this mean? If your monarchy resembles one prior to the 1400s, it could happen if his nobles agree on the successor. If your monarchy resembles one after the 1400s, then he could probably do it. If he does it anyway, he’d better choose a popular, strong, and smart successor, or someone will dethrone them. Also the nobles would probably lose their hose if the successor was not noble/royal because deeply rooted classism. 

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tell yourself you’re hot. tell yourself you’re amazing. tell yourself you’re untouchably, radiantly attractive. do it every day, even if it feels like you’re lying to yourself. insist to the mirror that you’re the cutest thing its ever reflected. if you do it enough eventually it wont feel like lying anymore, it’ll be automatic, and you’ll recognize yourself as the incredible babe you really are.

clockworkpain:

clockworkpain:

What if Clary gives the dagger that Jace gave her to Simon, as his first weapon. But what f Jace is the one who suggests that is be that particular dagger. Because he wants Simon to know, that no matter what may happen, he is a part of their family now, a part of their world.

then imagine Luke seeing that dagger in Simon’s hand and backing like 30 feet away because that is so not gonna happen again

Anonymous

Anonymous asked:

What kind of 'rags to riches' stereotypes/cliches/tropes should I shy away from?

clevergirlhelps:

  • Character uses new money to show up bully from their poor days (satisfying though it might be, it’s pretty immature)
  • Something they did to get money while poor (usually allying with a crime syndicate) threatens their new fortune
  • The person of their dreams is also loaded and the character doesn’t want to tell them about their former poverty because character is afraid their lover will look down on them (the Aladdin problem)
  • This isn’t a cliche, but rarely does the rags to riches character ever go back to improve the lives of the still-in-rags
  • Character becomes an asshole after making money until someone yanks them back down to earth
  • Character acquires money through inheritance/finding it in an abandoned warehouse/magic - rarely do they work for their money
Anonymous

Anonymous asked:

Any ideas about how one would go about maintaining natural hair in a medieval fantasy-esque setting? Especially if you're adventuring a lot in various weather conditions.

clevergirlhelps:

She would probably shave it off or put it in a style like cornrows or dreadlocks that requires less maintenance. She’ll also need to put moisturizer in it or her hair will become dry and brittle. You can read more here.

Anonymous

Anonymous asked:

How could i make a character who's a villain but encompasses classical good qualities; courage, honour, chivalry etc?

thewritingcafe:

A lot of villains have classical good qualities. It’s their actions, motives, and morals that make them villains. If your villain doesn’t have at least a few good qualities, they’re not developed enough. Villains can be scared, they can have a code of honor, they can fight for what they believe in.

There’s actually a name for villains like this. They’re called anti villains. The TV Tropes page can give you a lot more information and some examples.

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Writing Research - Ancient Rome

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Ancient Rome was an Italic civilization that began on the Italian Peninsula as early as the 8th century BC. Located along the Mediterranean Sea and centered on the city of Rome, it expanded to become one of the largest empires in the ancient world with an estimated 50 to 90 million inhabitants (roughly 20% of the world’s population) and covering 6.5 million square kilometers (2.5 million sq mi) during its height between the first and second centuries AD.

In its approximately 12 centuries of existence, Roman civilization shifted from a monarchy to a classical republic to an increasingly autocratic empire. Through conquest and assimilation, it came to dominate Southern and Western Europe, Asia Minor, North Africa, and parts of Northern and Eastern Europe, Rome was preponderant throughout the Mediterranean region and was one of the most powerful entities of the ancient world. It is often grouped into “Classical Antiquity” together with ancient Greece, and their similar cultures and societies are known as the Greco-Roman world. [x]

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