This is “dragon phoenix green tea pearls” - I say it looks like Cthulhu. :B
The tiniest computer! So adorable.
Cost me $50 on Newegg. :3
STOP MAKING ME FALL IN LOVE WITH FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
I’ll be on your naughty list. *waggles eyebrows*
Oh, please continue dictating how women should present themselves and take away the control they have over their own appearance. Please continue pressurising women to fit into one category when they should be able to do whatever the heck they want to do.
GIRLS HAVE HAIR!?!??!?!?
from here on out i’m participating in No Shave November
I am very excited for the No D December that will follow!!
Hey, for the ladies who participate in No Shave November, aren’t getting any “D”, and want some, I’ll be happy to provide. I have no problems with this.
you’re making out with your girlfriend and you slowly slide your hand into her underwear and you find a handful of gold doubloons. so shes the one that took old bluebeard’s treasure! you put handcuffs on her and drag her to the police station. good job
i knew it
YOU CAUGHT ME
We call that “the pot of gold” *waggles eyebrows*
I think I’ve been losing followers
I approach Tumblr like Whose Line Is It Anyway: Where the posts are made up and the followers don’t matter - they’re just for fun. ;)
i always laugh when people ask me how i type so fast like if you were online for 12 hours a day for 3 years you’d probably type fast too
Only three years? Try 10. Bitch.
From a friend that was just on Omegle in the homestuck tag, apparently there is someone “Shining their zillyhoo” if you will as an Equius cosplayer. SO JUST WARNING PEOPLE, K
I am SO using this line one of these days.
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Hay gurl hay!
Opening Credits: Vampire Hunter Dan - FF5: My Home, My Friends OC Remix
Waking Up: Rammstein - Tier
First Day At School: Lee Spencer & Johnny Klimek - Running One
Falling In Love: Manfred Mann - The Mighty Quinn
Fight Song: ICP - Southwest Voodoo
Breaking Up: Tykwer, Klimek, and Heil - Running Two
Life’s OK: Saliva - Superstar
Getting Back Together: Mindless Self Indulgence - London Bridge
Wedding: Homestuck - Hussie Hunt
Birth of Child: Crazy Frog - Axel F
Final Battle: Van Morrison - Brown Eyed Girl
Death Scene: Homestuck - Sburban Jungle
Funeral Song: Ray Stevens - Kiss a Pig
End Credits: Aerosmith - Pandora’s Box
Stachia’s story is a movie by Pixar, and opens with her exploring an enchanted forest. Mythical creatures inhabit it, and she’s seen interacting with them in a friendly manner.
This is Stachia’s alarm sound. Despite the hard, driving tune, she’s slow to awaken and goes through her morning routine while halfheartly dancing to this. A character-setting scene in this is her clumsily dropping one of the eggs on the floor, and the cat trotting in to lick it up. In the meantime, she just shakes her head and lets kitty take care of it.
First day at school:
The first day of school is a Columbine-style event. Someone flips shit and starts shooting, and the rest of the scene is spent attempting to escape the school with a friend, while this music plays in the background. Stachia and the friend eventually make it out of the school just ahead of the SWAT team coming in to take the shooter down. We don’t see what happens to them.
Falling in love:
The friendship with Quinn (a football player at the school) turns into a love interest thing because of their mutual struggles and understanding. This song plays in the background during a date or three where you can see the obvious love happening.
This is the mystical forest scene, and it’s a year or so later. The walk starts out nice and happy, chatting with animals and exploring. As she explores deeper into the forest, it turns darker and darker, until she stumbles upon a coffin with a glow coming from inside. In an exercise of typical horror movie “good sense,” she approaches the coffin. The lid blows off and the glow strikes her, stunning her briefly. The undead rise to life around her, and she attempts to defend herself. Much to her apparent surprise, she’s able to cast magic - presumably due to the glowing whatever. She takes the small crowd out with some difficulty (since she doesn’t really know how to control the magic properly yet,) and runs from the forest.
It isn’t so much a breakup as an inability to get back together. Stachia runs from the forest, and it’s… significantly changed. The cheery and happy forest she entered by has turned into a dark and forboding one. The animals, so friendly, are very obviously unfriendly. The zombies can be seen heading towards her town, and she knows she can’t go back there - she runs in the opposite direction, towards the mountains, lamenting that she won’t see her love again but promising to avenge him.
Life is not okay, but at least there’s still life. She fled to the mountains, knowing that it’s probably safer from the zombies by virtue of being uninhabited. Once there, she hides in a cave that is, in fact, inhabited - by an old sage who knows magic! This music plays while she trains under the harsh old sage, and she eventually leaves with better knowledge of her magical abilities.
Getting back together:
Another fight scene - this time, she’s back in town and she’s there to kick ass and burn zombies to a crisp. She works her way back to her school while the song plays in the background, fighting zombies all the way, and finds a pocket of resistance inside the school - including the shotgun-wielding football player! There is a tearful reunion with kisses and the like, and she starts organizing an offense against the zombies.
A literal shotgun wedding - a small ceremony with the football player, Stachia, and someone with authority to marry, not that it’s worth much in this world. They hear scraping sounds in the church, and the three of them go on a zombie-hunt for their honeymoon while this song plays. Played for laughs and a bit of drama.
Birth of child:
In another gross horror-like scene, she has her child finally… and it’s mutated. It soon starts flipping shit and kills the doctor before finally being subdued and killed by Stachia.
There’s finally a hunt for whatever’s causing the zombie outbreak and… it’s the kid who shot up the school! He obviously looks more evil and stuff now, of course. As the camera focuses on her eyes, it comes out that he blames Stachia (for some reason) for his resurrection, and while he thanks her, he now has to kill her since she’s trying to do the same to him. A climatic battle occurs with magic, with Stachia finally getting the upper hand and killing him… before falling over herself.
The death of the Master has made all the zombies crumble to dust, but at the price of Stachia’s life. Since nobody’s there to see her fall, she’s left to rot. This music starts to play though, as a glow emerges from both her chest and the Master’s, the lights combine and fuse in a blinding flash… and nothing appears to happen.
The crew finds the body finally, with Stachia’s body seeming to be quite well preserved and the Master’s gone (note, attention isn’t really brought to this.) Tears and sadness ensue, and there’s a funeral with a viewing. The coffin is loaded into a pickup truck, which hauls it up a lonely road while this song plays. The truck hits a bump and the coffin falling off the back of the truck isn’t even noticed. It skids down the road for a while before flopping over into a ditch.
This song plays while the credits roll off to the side. Stachia crawls from the coffin looking dazed but whole, and sets it on fire once she’s clear. She grins mischeviously, and walks down the road in the opposite direction. Fade to black.
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Opening Credits: Metallica - Hit The Lights
Waking Up: E.S. Posthumus - Tikal
First Day At School: The Police - Every Breath You Take
Falling In Love: Falco - Rock Me Aamadeus Extended
Fight Song: The Smiths - How Soon Is Now
Breaking Up: Smash Mouth - Beer Goggles
Life’s OK: The Ramones - Sheena is a Punk Rocker
Getting Back Together: The Beau Brummels - Laugh, Laugh
Wedding: Benny Goodman - Puttin’ on the Ritz
Birth of Child: Chronotrigger - Guardia Millenial Fair
Final Battle: The Monkees - I’m Not Your Stepping Stone
Death Scene: Joe Esposito - You’re The Best
Funeral Song: Donovan - Sunshine, Superman
End Credits: Orbital - Halcyon
This was hard to tie together like this, but some of these songs are extremely appropriate.
Your movie opens with a high-energy action scene. Micki driving down the road with this playing in the background. She’s heading up I-5 the wrong way, dodging traffic while shit blows up all over the place. Just as the song ends, the introduction scene ends with a mid-air shot of the car as it flies off a conveniently-placed ramp, Dukes of Hazzard style.
The actual movie begins with Micki snuggled up in bed. The alarm goes off, and this overly-dramatic music plays as she makes breakfast in a kitchen filled with dangerous metals. She don’t give a fuck.
First day of school:
As she enters the door to the school, time slows down and, as she walks down the halls, this music plays as all the guys AND girls in the school watch her go to class.
Falling in love:
In the next scene, she’s chosen her suitor - a geeky kid with dapper dress. Hilarity ensues, of course, throughout the school year. At the senior prom, they dance to this song and kick ass, to the cheers of everyone at the dance.
After the dance, Micki gets cornered by all the cheerleader girls. They attack her and her boyfriend, and her latent skills manifest themselves under the stress. She calmly takes them apart (both figuratively and literally) while this song plays in the background. The cheerleader’s actions are frantic and ninja-like; Micki’s actions, by contrast, are methodical and Judo-like, with a minimum of movement.
After the fight, they get drunk at the afterparty they were invited to. Her boyfriend gets drunk and ends up sleeping with someone else. The betrayal is too much and she dumps him, fleeing the scene and crying.
Micki moves to the big city, and this song plays as the background of a montage of her life as a bartender. Her style has changed as she’s gotten older of course, and the montage doubles as a metaphor for self-discovery and gained maturity. It ends with her ex-boyfriend showing up at the bar, to the surprise of all parties invovled. He’s aged as well, growing into someone who is, while not “hot,” at least decently handsome.
Getting back together:
She realizes she still loves him and gets back together with him after some hemming and hawing. She dumps her current
boyfriendcasual sex partner, and they live happily for a while. Another few scenes of them relearning about each other, and falling in love all over again. This song serves as a backdrop to the scene and a metaphor for what happened.
We start in media res, watching Micki and the boyfriend (now husband) dancing at their wedding reception. They’re cutting a rug to this tune, and somehow she manages to dance in heels without breaking her ankle. The scene moves back to cover the events leading up to the wedding, and of course the proposal itself.
Birth of child:
This scene covers the birth and first few years of the child’s life. Scenes include mommy holding baby, learning to walk, and learning to talk. This tune serves as the happy backdrop to everything.
Husband has been kidnapped! Micki gets the ransom note, and uses her super kung-fu skills to rescue the husband, all while this song plays. She kicks some random mook ass, has a high-speed car chase up I-5 while chasing the Bad Guy, hits the ramp (part of the scene seen in the opening credits,) and eventually cuts him off and forces him to flee on foot. She catches up to him and kicks Bad Guy ass.
Micki is on her deathbed, surrounded by family and friends. There are confessions and discussions, but she eventually dies while this song plays in the background on an old FM radio someone forgot to turn off. It provides both a counterpoint to the solemnity of the scene, and highlights that she was, indeed, the best.
The band plays this song (with no vocals) as her husband talks about things that happened to them in their life. It’s a touching eulogy - the tearjerker before the final party (which is what she would have wanted.)
This calming song plays as the credits roll, showing Micki’s coffin being launched into space (again, as she requested) and flying past the planets, into interstellar space, and eventually landing on a lush, green world in another portion of the universe.
umm … does it count if i already have?
who are you people and why are you following me o.o
I feel like I’ve done something wierd and people are watching me now. <_<