can someone explain the alignment chart for me but in like, the simplest wording possible lmao

lawful good: i want to do the right thing, and following society’s rules is the best way to do that

neutral good: i want to do what’s right, and i’m willing to bend or break the rules as long as no one gets hurt

chaotic good: i’m willing to do whatever it takes as long as it’s to do the right thing

lawful neutral: following the rules of society is the most important thing, and that matters more to me than doing what’s right

true neutral: i just want myself and the people i care about to be happy

chaotic neutral: i want my freedom, and i don’t care what i have to do to keep it

lawful evil: to impede the protagonists (in whatever evil way) is my primary goal, but i follow my own code of morals even when it’s inconvenient

neutral evil: to impede the protagonists (in whatever evil way) is the my primary goal, and while i’ll do what it takes to achieve it, i also won’t go out of my way to do unnecessary damage

chaotic evil: i relish in destruction and want to do as much damage as possible while i try to achieve my primary goal

Here is a handy visual guide I made a while back. Part of my intention was to show the variety of ways that each of the alignments can be represented:

You can see/reblog my original posts here, here, and here.



pop culture intertextuality is just so damn *fascinating*

today a parody movie (50 shades of black) comes out, based on the 50 shades of grey movie, which was based on the 50 shades book, which was based on twilight, which was somewhat based on interview with the vampire (which anne rice based on an earlier short story she wrote), which was based on Dracula and other vampire stories, which originally came from Dr. John Polidori’s The Vampyre (even though Vampires were a thing in folk tales before then, he was the one who made them all classy, etc.)

so really, like so many things, this is all Lord Byron’s fault.






You never know if someone needs this. Reblog this, even if its not your ‘blog type’. Just do it.

Yes, please reblog

Do it. Now.

i sat here and thought about reblogging this or not but then i realized how many people feel suicidal, and i  have too its not dan and phil but i could honestly care less, bc i rather have someone not die then make sure i strictly stay to my ‘blog type’ 

Blog type doesn’t matter. Caring for people does.

Hey aunt Jill… I lost my dad one month ago. I’m not doing great, I’m trying to deal with it and grieve but it’s hard not to let depression overwhelm me. I’m sorry if I’m bothering or upsetting you, but if you had any advice, I would appreciate it. Thank you very much.


I am so, so sorry for your loss.

Of course it’s hard to fight back the depression! You lost a parent recently! (Hell, I still have bad days about my mom’s passing, and it was 4 years ago.) 

My advice is this: keep moving forward as much as you can, and accept that you are going to grieve and be depressed for a while. It’s awful, but that is the natural process. If you are having problems coping, TALK TO A COUNSELOR. Grief is so, so hard to cope with, and having a professional help you is invaluable. (The first time I went to see a therapist was a few months after my mom had passed, and that made a HUGE difference.)

Again, I’m so sorry for your loss, darling. It’s awful and it hurts, but eventually you’ll feel joy again.





Sometimes i just hate french language, we only have 1 word for being “excited” and “horny” it sucks because when i say “je suis vraiment excitée de te voir” it DOES NOT MEAN “I WANNA FUCK YOU AGAINST A WALL” IT MEANS “I’M EXCITED TO SEE YOU BECAUSE I MISSED YOU” BUT I CAN’T USE IT ANYMORE BECAUSE PEOPLE LOOK AT ME LIKE I’M SOME KIND OF SEXUAL MANIAC WHEN I DO IT

And don’t forget that the French word that was originally used for “to kiss” (and that is one of the meanings in a dictionary) now means “to fuck.” Americans get funny looks if they don’t know that one…

Oh yes, “baiser”….

Well this is all purely educational so #necessary reblog rebagel rebaguette.

#never too early in the day for baiser




ooc: tbh. I want L&L wedding in BP, but I want it to be interrupted. Would it continue in the end? *shrugs cuz i’m not Anne Rice*  

Priest/Officiant: “If anyone present has any reason why these two should not be wed in holy matrimony, speak now or -”

Everyone raises a hand, the objections are heard (it takes an hour to get through them all), and promptly disregarded.


EVERYONE will have like a list of reasons. Reason 1: LESTAT IS LESTAT 
Reason 3: Doesn’t this legally make Louis a queen? He’s not a very good queen.
Reason 4: Look if Louis is going to be my vampire queen. I want him to commit. DRAG RACE IT UP BABYCAKES.

Lestat: *glares*

Louis: *sighs*