Okay. Time to try to spread this around tumblr as well. Here is my rant. 
I believe that everyone has a right to their own opinion on their looks. Like, I’m sick of my face. But I’m allowed to be sick of my face, because it’s my effing face. 
But it really bothers me, and I’m sure many others find it extremely annoying as well, when someone posts their face all over social media, selfie after selfie, with captions like “don’t look at my ugly face” or “the dog is prettier than me.” If you don’t want your face to be looked at, don’t post selfies all the time!!! You don’t show someone a picture of something and then go, “No, don’t look at it!” 
But then there’s the issue of perception. 
If someone says “I’m so ugly” they’re an annoying, attention wh*re that’s fishing for compliments. 
If someone says they’re pretty, or beautiful, they’re a conceited b****. So I think I want to start something. . A project, if you will. 
This is my project. Now, I have something to say. 
You are beautiful. I don’t know who you are, but I know that you are beautiful. No matter what others might say, no matter what you might think, 
YOU. ARE. BEAUTIFUL. 
Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Not even yourself. 
I’ve started this project because I think that people need it. I want to change that statistic (the one listed in the photo), one step at a time. One person at a time. 
Starting with me. And you. And you. And everyone who is reading this. 
I, like most other teens, have struggled with self esteem issues for quite a while. Now please, no “you’re beautiful” “you should love yourself” or “you have no reason to have low self esteem” comments. That’s not what I want. Honestly. It isn’t. My point behind this isn’t to get comments like that. My point is that you shouldn’t need other people’s approval. And I need this reminder as much as anyone else. Your self esteem should not be defined by the number of likes you get. My youth pastor, Dan, once did a sermon on this same topic. And ever since then I can’t get it off my mind. Like he said, your self worth should not be determined by how many likes your selfies get. Your self image shouldn’t be controlled by anyone. Not your followers, not strangers, not people you know. No one should be able to tell you how you feel about yourself. Now, you may be thinking, “but aren’t you trying to change my self image?” And the answer is technically yes. But I don’t want to change your self esteem for you. I want you to change it yourself. Because while I may not know you, I still care about you, very, very much. Everyone deserves to love themselves. Everyone deserves to feel that they are worth something. 
Everyone deserves to see their own beauty. 
So now, my call to action. If you see this, please, reblog. Share this. Feel free to use my words to call others to action. Put it anywhere you like, on Instagram (this actually originated on Instagram) Facebook, Twitter. Share it. Somewhere, anywhere, everywhere. Repost this and tag #ForgetWhatOthersMightThink and on October 25th, post that selfie. And remember that you are beautiful. Remind yourself whenever you feel down on yourself. 
You. Are. Beautiful.

Okay. Time to try to spread this around tumblr as well. Here is my rant.
I believe that everyone has a right to their own opinion on their looks. Like, I’m sick of my face. But I’m allowed to be sick of my face, because it’s my effing face.
But it really bothers me, and I’m sure many others find it extremely annoying as well, when someone posts their face all over social media, selfie after selfie, with captions like “don’t look at my ugly face” or “the dog is prettier than me.” If you don’t want your face to be looked at, don’t post selfies all the time!!! You don’t show someone a picture of something and then go, “No, don’t look at it!”
But then there’s the issue of perception.
If someone says “I’m so ugly” they’re an annoying, attention wh*re that’s fishing for compliments.
If someone says they’re pretty, or beautiful, they’re a conceited b****. So I think I want to start something. . A project, if you will.
This is my project. Now, I have something to say.
You are beautiful. I don’t know who you are, but I know that you are beautiful. No matter what others might say, no matter what you might think,
YOU. ARE. BEAUTIFUL.
Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Not even yourself.
I’ve started this project because I think that people need it. I want to change that statistic (the one listed in the photo), one step at a time. One person at a time.
Starting with me. And you. And you. And everyone who is reading this.
I, like most other teens, have struggled with self esteem issues for quite a while. Now please, no “you’re beautiful” “you should love yourself” or “you have no reason to have low self esteem” comments. That’s not what I want. Honestly. It isn’t. My point behind this isn’t to get comments like that. My point is that you shouldn’t need other people’s approval. And I need this reminder as much as anyone else. Your self esteem should not be defined by the number of likes you get. My youth pastor, Dan, once did a sermon on this same topic. And ever since then I can’t get it off my mind. Like he said, your self worth should not be determined by how many likes your selfies get. Your self image shouldn’t be controlled by anyone. Not your followers, not strangers, not people you know. No one should be able to tell you how you feel about yourself. Now, you may be thinking, “but aren’t you trying to change my self image?” And the answer is technically yes. But I don’t want to change your self esteem for you. I want you to change it yourself. Because while I may not know you, I still care about you, very, very much. Everyone deserves to love themselves. Everyone deserves to feel that they are worth something.
Everyone deserves to see their own beauty.
So now, my call to action. If you see this, please, reblog. Share this. Feel free to use my words to call others to action. Put it anywhere you like, on Instagram (this actually originated on Instagram) Facebook, Twitter. Share it. Somewhere, anywhere, everywhere. Repost this and tag #ForgetWhatOthersMightThink and on October 25th, post that selfie. And remember that you are beautiful. Remind yourself whenever you feel down on yourself.
You. Are. Beautiful.

cassandraclare

mrscarstairs asked:

Hey I was wondering, is there any way you can give like a step-by-step of the Parabatai Ceremony??? My friend and I wanna do it and it would mean a lot if you could :) LOVE YOUR WORK!!!!

cassandraclare answered:

Well, first you have to ask the other person.

Will: Will you be my parabatai, Jem?

Jem: What, you think I have a death wish?

Will: You’re way closer to the mark there than you think, buddy.

Jem: I don’t know.

Will: If you don’t, I will threaten suicide, and lie in Hyde Park crying while the ducks walk over my prone body.

Jem: Well, all right then.

Or:

Jace: Alec Lightwood, will you be my parabatai?

Alec: You are just … so good-looking.

Jace: Yes, that’s what everybody says whenever I talk. So, yes or no?

Alec: I don’t know what you said, but sure. Whatever you want.

After that you have at least six months where you train together, and various officials come and interview you together, and make sure you realize The Magnitude of the Decision You Are Making. When you finally do the ceremony it involves, as Will recalls in Clockwork Prince, two circles of fire on the ground, and one of you stepping to join the other one so it becomes one circle. You say the words of the ceremony, and you use your steles to give each other the parabatai rune. And then you’re done except for there being another round of testing you have to pass before you both turn eighteen. And the angst.

Cassandra Clare= My new favorite person.

Spoilers, sort of. .

So, me and two of my Whovian friends have a head canon about the new Doctor.
Number twelve is very disoriented, doesn’t know how to fly the TARDIS, doesn’t remember people’s names, nor The Girl in the Fireplace.
Take note that the time lords gave him another regeneration, as number eleven was dying.
What if, they didn’t just give him one regeneration, they RESET his regenerations?
So now he has eleven more regenerations. And, he’s still the Doctor, but he’s sort of a new person as well? And that’s why he’s so different from all the others. Why he doesn’t remember things he should remember.
And there is my head canon.

kriskenshin

Anonymous asked:

"I'm sorry John it's just not big enough," Sherlock told him. "What do you mean it's not big enough?" John asked irritated, "it's always been big enough before now!" "Well it isn't anymore! I have needs John!" "It's not something I can just go out and replace now can I?" John shouted. "Yes you can, just go to Bart's I'm sure Molly has a spare," Sherlock told him. "What the hell are you talking about?" John asked. "This beaker, what did you think I was talking about?" Sherlock asked. "My cock!"

kriskenshin answered:

*DIESLAUGHING* ~♥

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