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Myers Briggs By Superpowers


INFJ: Visions of the future
ESTP: Superhuman strength
INTJ: Immortality
ESFP: Ability to freeze time
INFP: Literary manipulation
ESTJ: Power negation
INTP: Omniscience
ESFJ: Healing powers
ISFJ: Visions of the past
ENTP: Dimensional travel
ISTJ: Photographic memory
ENFP: Reality warping
ISFP: Shape shifting
ENTJ: Mind control
ISTP: Invulnerability
ENFJ: Empathic powers

Buyn you are a treasure to the world. 



jeez this is just embarrassing oh my god 

my eyes crossed trying to look at this

No. No, stop. Please just… just stop.



jeez this is just embarrassing oh my god 

my eyes crossed trying to look at this

No. No, stop. Please just… just stop.

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Up at Lio’s house for two weeks. It’s quiet. It’s actually fucking quiet and I’m in a house with two people that I don’t hate. I’m not stuck in one room as a safe spot and it’s so nice. It feels so open and just… I’m not on guard anymore. It’s safe and quiet and there’s no one looming over my shoulder or hanging around and there’s not just random people here that just show up.



Reopening commissions again, but due to a full-time job and time constraints it will be busts only I’m afraid.

Commission Rules:

- Send me an Ask to reserve a slot.

- Reference pictures of your characters to be sent via e-mail to Please don’t forget to include your username/name so that I know who is it is.

- Payment to be sent via Paypal only. If you have any questions about currency conversion please use a currency converter from Google as rates change day to day. (Paypal has a function to convert any currency to Euros for those concerned)

- Will draw characters from ANY game (not just Wildstar)/ANY OCs provided they are not protected by copyright. Just give me enough reference pics. You can include a short description of their personality if you think it will help.

- Once I agree to your commission, payment is to be made up-front before I begin work on the picture.

To make sure the pose/character is satisfactory I will send you a rough sketch before finalizing the lineart and colours. Any changes after this point may cost extra!

I will send the full-sized, un-watermarked version of the picture to your e-mail when the commission is complete (A4 at 300 pixels/inch; approximately 2490x3508 pixels).

I try to maintain a quick turnaround time for all of my commissions. However, Real Life does like to kick me in the ovaries sometimes. When this happens, I kindly request a little patience.

If you have any more questions, please don’t hesitate to Ask.

Reblogging here, because I will also draw WoW toons!

Anonymous asked:
I left wow for wildstar and I'm never looking back.
wildstaronline answered:

Welcome to the fold.


1. Stop faking your fucking orgasms. Society already tells young men that they run the fucking universe - if they can’t turn your cunt into a shooting star then for god’s sake, let them know about it.

2. Once you’ve stopped faking your fucking orgasms, use this newfound honesty throughout the rest of your life - stop ordering coffee you don’t actually like; stop sitting at a desk and allowing people to treat you like shit in the hopes that a meek attitude will earn you a promotion (it won’t); stop telling people they can finish your food when you’re not actually done yet. These may seem petty, but they add up, just like every orgasm you didn’t actually get to have.

3. If you wanna dance all night, dance all fucking night. Dance all night even if you have work in the morning. The worst that will happen is you’ll drink RedBull all day and look like a zombie - pass it off as a head cold to the real zombies you work with and flick through the embarrassing photos you’re being tagged in as you pretend to take a shit for some peace and quiet. I promise, you’ll remember dancing all night in ten years, not the suspicious way your boss looked at you that morning.

4. If your ass looks big in that, that’s a good thing.

5. You will never be as young as you are this second. Embrace it.

6. Embrace the fact that you’re going to get older. Ask your boyfriend if he will still love you when you’re seventy and your tits are down to your knees. Look forward to this time - seventy year old women are allowed to do pretty much whatever they want, and no-one can stop them. You can carry candy in your bag and not share it with a single soul. You can stay home all day and cross-stitch expletives onto handkerchiefs for your grandchildren and slip them under the table out of sight of the people you raised. You can drink whisky at 10am. Every phase of your life is going to be amazing for different reasons. Embrace that.

7. A lot of people will pretend to love Bukowski. Don’t pretend to love Bukowski if you don’t love Bukowski. It’s overplayed and no-one will mind if you actually like Virginia Andrews instead - the people who do mind are boring.

Some more little life lessons, by Daisy Lola. (via spearmintblonde)


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Anonymous asked:
why yalls garlic bread so nasty
olivegarden answered:

What the fuck. What thef. Uck. You come on here, you come into my house, you take a shit on my post you shit on garlic bread, you shit on everything I stand for, on this, the day of my daughter’s wedding… .


 The time has come! I am open for commissions.

Only SFW commissions with an exception of modest pinups. I’m taking three slots at a time just for anxiety reasons but they will open back up as commissions are completed. 

For more samples visit my website or look through my blog.
Email me at if you’re interested.

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I have seen people talking about how Marvel not wanting to make a female-led superhero makes logical sense, because female characters don’t have as many fans as Loki, because a female-led movie will make less money, etc. I would like all of those people to know that they are wrong. 

Targeting female audiences with genre films works. Even for genres that are considered (by stupid people and conservative studios) to be genres whose success relies on men, and this was proven really comprehensively in the 90s.  

In the 1980s, teen slashers ruled, making buckets of money and drawing huge audiences. But by the mid-90s, the steam had died. Wes Craven, who had literally nothing besides teen slashers going for him, was understandably concerned. He looked at what kinds of movies were making money, and in analyzing the vast success of Clueless, realized that female audiences are prone to repeat viewings, which studios really love. Craven sat down with a screenwriter and decided to write a self-aware slasher film that was targeted towards women and girls. 

The movie was Scream, which revitalized the dead genre of teenage slashers and launched the (arguably regrettable) trend of parody flicks. It wasn’t marketed towards women. Not only women saw it. It just focuses on its well-developed and complex female characters, and it did really fucking well

But wait, you say! That was 1996. We are in a different century now. So let’s look at a movie that’s literally in theaters right now: Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity. Studios have been trying pretty hard to achieve success with an original SciFi film the past few years, but even liberal application of Ridley Scott just kept leaving everyone with a vague sense of disappointment. 

Gravity, if you’ve seen it, is a very woman-centric story. Sandra Bullock is undeniably the main character, and it is on her shoulders that the entire thing rides. Gravity has been a huge success, and studios are, at this very moment, developing new SciFi films because of it. The unusual key to its success? Repeat viewings. 

Tl;dr: making genre films that focus on well-developed female characters makes you giant piles of money, and Kevin Feige is a stupid if he doesn’t take advantage of that. Perhaps Marvel Studios will realize this when people get sick of superhero movies and they stop making money, but I would really like a lady superhero movie before then. 

Just to address the first two points in this brilliant takedown, I did some sleuthing:

01. Female characters don’t have as many fans as Loki. 

Thor came out in May of 2011. But before then, Loki was hardly one of the most popular Marvel characters, let alone a serious candidate for a character that could headline and carry a successful movie. Unsurprisingly, a quick Google Trends analysis of Loki as a search term shows that interest peaked in May of 2011. Prior to then, none of the news headlines (that I could find) which featured the name Loki had anything to do with the Marvel character. And of the news articles searched in 2009, when the casting of Tom Hiddleston was announced for the character of Loki, the top-ranked one is referencing how Mickey Rourke’s pet Chihuahua, Loki, died. 

So it’s clear that not only was Loki not an obvious choice for a fan favorite, it’s the casting of a compelling actor who engaged with his audience that prompted an interest in the character. And interestingly enough, the search term “Peggy Carter” has very nearly the same exact trend, following the release of Captain America. Good casting of a good actor, plus a script and director who are solid, equals fan interest. And that knows no gender preference whatsoever. So the idea that a character has to have a solid fan following and a strong character base before being given a full movie is bollocks. Fans who claim that a (female) character doesn’t deserve a movie because she doesn’t have a strong fan base tend to conveniently forget that when the first Iron Man movie was announced, the response was basically, meh, Iron Man? He wasn’t Marvel’s first-string character, and casting RDJ was a giant risk. A risk that completely paid off. 

By the way, “Captain Marvel” and “Jane Foster” and “Janet Van Dyne” have even stronger trends. Which strongly indicates stronger interest. Granted, this is just one particular metric I am using, but other data-gathering sites suggest that women are by no means a small portion of readership in comics, we’re intelligent and hungry for well-written movies that reflect the diverse experiences of female characters, and we’re easily half of all comic-cons and overwhelmingly the majority of fan-created media and engagement online. 

02. Female-led movies make less money than comparable male-led movies.

It’s all too easy to look at Catwoman and Elektra and definitively say that ‘women shouldn’t/can’t lead superhero movies.” Yet somehow, nobody ever does the same with Daredevil, Green Lantern, Green Hornet, Spiderman 3, Superman Returns, Batman & Robin, Batman Forever, Fantastic Four, the second Fantastic Four movie… Yeah, I don’t think I’ve ever heard the argument that “Men just shouldn’t lead superhero movies” after one of them bombs. And that’s most likely because male-led movies are allowed to be shitty, campy fun, or just plain shit, because men are universal and “anyone can relate” to their “everyman” story, while female-led movies are judged, first and foremost and almost solely, on how the woman fits in with established paradigms of womanhood. 

There are tons of female-led movies, and franchises, in the action genre specifically which made fucktons of money. The second Tomb Raider movie, The Cradle of Life, had a domestic gross of $65 million dollars, and is generally regarded as a piece of shit and yet another reason why women shouldn’t lead comic adaptations, blah blah blah, and yet R.I.P.D made half that (domestic gross of $33 million) and I haven’t heard a peep about how men shouldn’t lead comic adaptations. Or how Ryan Reynolds shouldn’t lead comic adaptations. 

The Underworld franchises, the Resident Evil franchises, Hunger Games, these are all strong, female-led, action franchises. Snow White and the Huntsman made $155 million, and while Hemsworth is definitely easy on the eyes, it’s Stewart’s Snow White who is the leader, both of the film and of the war. This movie made more than The Bourne Identity. Is it fair to compare the two? No. But that’s the whole point. 

When given the chance to have the same quality of writing, casting, the same budget for production and the same marketing, female-led movies do no worse than comparable male-led movies of the same genre. We just have such a smaller sample size to pull from, and it’s so much easier to be ten times harsher on female-led movies because they have to pass the woman-hurdle first, before they can be judged as actual, you know, movies. 

As IO9 succinctly said, 

When you look at the female superhero movies that tanked (or the unsuccessful female-led action movies generally) one thing stands out: They were horrible. We’re talking Supergirl, Catwoman, Aeon Flux, Elektra, Ultraviolet, Barb Wire, Cutthroat Island, and a few others. (Jonah Hex was similarly awful, but nobody says Josh Brolin should be banned from movies.) There isn’t a track record of decent female-led action movies tanking, but rather a moderate number of really terrible films that deserved to fail.

Here is an informal list of male-led movies which are adaptations of existing material, which are considered to be bombs: The 13th Warrior, The Lone Ranger, R.I.P.D., John Carter, Jack the Giant Slayer, Green Lantern, Sahara, Cowboys & Aliens, Speed Racer… you get the idea. I’m not attempting to address the relative quality or merit of any of these films, because unlike some, I believe that true equality means that women should have the opportunity to lead just as many shitty films as men have, and not be treated to some high and narrow pedestal of “if you can’t do it perfectly/make every single viewer happy, then don’t do it at all.” But it’s my hope that female-led superhero and action films don’t have to be shitty. If they are shitty, let them be so on their own merits, not merely because a woman is in the lead role. Don’t give me the crappy excuse that there “aren’t enough fans” of a female character; you tell me how many fans there were of Cowboys & Aliens before it got greenlit. 

I just want a fucking Black Widow/Wonder Woman/Captain Marvel movie, goddamnit. *mumbegrumble*