Ana
Writer, tv addict, fangirl, shipper, part-time dragon.
These are the things that make me happy, and the things that make me think.
(Sometimes I talk about grownup things. Proceed accordingly)

I’ve decided to make a side blog for CM thingies, because there’s so much of the CM thingies.

What this means is that:

1. I’ll be deleting a lot of the CM thingies I have here now;

2. I’ll be reposting a lot of CM thingies over Fine Furry Friends, so if you see some of my old CM thingies popping up on the tags it’s probably just me cleaning house;

3. If you’re only here for the CM thingies, you’ll probably want to unfollow me and follow Fine Furry Friends instead.

I’ll still be keeping some old CM stuff here: replies and meta, and things like the graphics I made for the appreciation weeks, that wouldn’t make sense out of context, but most of the rest is going. 

(ETA: And you get one guess as to what I chose as an avatar for the side blog! Peeking is cheating! :D)

Deu-La-Deu Martins

In 1368, the town of Monção had been besieged by the Castilians for such a long time that their provisions were nearly depleted. Outside the walls, the Castilian soldiers weren’t faring much better. Knowing this, Deu-la-Deu Martins scrounged up what little flour remained in town, baked several loaves of bread, and threw them off the walls, at the besiegers, assuring them there was more if they need it. Believing the town to be too well-provisioned to be easily taken, the Castilians retreated.

Half the fandom’s reaction to the EW picture seems to be: They look like the Scooby Gang! Hive mind, I tell you! XD

ETA: And now I’m sorry that I’m Photoshop-less because that would’ve been a fun edit. *evil grin*

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staggotry:

Signal boost for GamePhobias, a wiki-style website dedicated to categorizing games based on content and trigger warnings. Users can either view content warning categories to find games that do and don’t contain the triggering content, or search for specific games to see exactly what content warnings are attached to that title (as well as brief, almost exclusively non-graphic descriptions as to specific scenes/levels containing that content).

It’s a very, very new wiki (IIRC it launched late August) and so its offerings are very paltry right now, and I would seriously encourage anyone with experience with games, wikis, and/or both to contribute however they can.