@solaoccasum said (inbox):
itachi is just gonna rest his chin on ramses's shoulder. mm, yes this is perfect.
WAS OZYMANDIAS A CHIN rest now? Well, he supposed it was fine if it was Itachi, though some kind of warning would have been nice. The moment he had felt someone so much as cross into his space, he had tensed instinctively, unused to another initiating such. ❝Ah, it is just you, Itachi. I thought I was going to have to punish someone.❞ He laughed, his hand lifting to brush fingers through the other's hair, albeit for but a moment. ❝Stay and rest for as long as you want. Surely my divine shoulder should serve as the greatest source of comfort imaginable.❞ In his most humble opinion.
If the motorcycle in botw is powered by monster parts then does that mean the Blights in the Divine Beasts were monster parts taken possession by the Calamity?
rinis we are NOT the same please stop trying to relate to rinas and say ricky doesnt deserve either of them when you were fine with ricky literally one episode ago. our struggles are different from yours thanks
Sorry for all the Improvidence art as of late. Just nothing but memes with him. Here's something a little more original
I honestly believe The Beast from Over the Garden Wall would like autistic kids/people, but like, those that are hyper-fixated in the Arts (drawing, painting, music, writing, dance, etc) and certain sciences, like biology, archeology, and psychology.
He’d probably still turn them into trees, but I think he’d like watching and studying them more. In addition, despite Beast’s way of speech, I doubt he’d actively talk to people. If he has to, yeah he’ll converse, but just going around looking for someone to talk to, or seeing someone and thinking he’ll talk to them about whatever, no, I don’t think he would. However, the people I do think he would at least consider just talking to, whether it be for tree business or not, would be autists.
Beast just… seems like the kind of guy that would take notice of their specific interest that so happens to be the things he likes as well, and just get caught up in conversing with them.
But of course he’d still make then into a tree, just, uh, maybe not as adamant and maybe save them for last?
I dunno. I’ve been thinking about him more recently.
When u show too much love they play u like u weak.
Beast: I've never felt so low in my life.
The Red Prince: Well, Beast, if it means anything to you, I'm here for you
Beast: It doesn't, but thanks
When I saw Iron Maiden in concert a few years ago, what struck me was not just the power of the music or the extravagant prop-and-effects-filled stage show, but the sight of frontman Bruce Dickinson in a puffy shirt and pantaloons, galloping across the stage, throwing the full force of his body into the performance. I bring up this memory because Paul Naschy brings a similar energy to his performance in The Beast and the Magic Sword. Lots of bared teeth, lots of tensed arms, lots of jumping around. If you've seen The Kentucky Fried Movie, the gorilla rampage should come to mind. I say this not to insult the movie, but to note the endearingly goofy charm of the lead performance. I should also mention that he's playing a werewolf.
The Beast and the Magic Sword is the ninth or tenth of the Hombre Lobo movies Naschy starred in (I understand that the existence of one of the films is in question, at least in regards to a finished form) and the last one to have received a theatrical release. I understand that Naschy is best known for this character and that he'd directed a number of movies at this point as well, and there is a degree of assurance in the finished product I can detect despite this being my first experience with him as an actor and director. The movie neatly sets up an origin story for his hero's lycanthropy, involving a duel with Magyar invaders and religious persecution, and then shuttling off to Japan, where the werewolf material mixes interestingly with the jidaigeki and Japanese folklore elements. (I understand the exact origin story differs between installments of the series, but as a newcomer, I appreciated being given some kind of setup.) What transpires are not just werewolf attacks (always in a shiny black shirt and pantaloons), but sword fights, witchcraft, undead samurai and most memorably, a wrestling match with a tiger. And at the end, a Japanese pop song plays over the credits.
I watched this on a Blu-ray from Mondo Macabro, and to the extent that home video labels can be said to have house styles, this movie's blend of exotic, worldly delights and excitable, schlocky tone is firmly in that company's wheelhouse. The movie was shot open matte style, and due to its limited theatrical release, it was widely seen for years only in full frame on home video, despite not being the intended aspect ratio for its theatrical release. Due to probable production mistakes, the footage in the prologue seems to drift in and out of focus with some regularity and was giving me a bit of a headache, so I watched the full frame version where the issue didn't seem as severe. I actually think this works in the movie's favour, as the aspect ratio ties nicely into the stateliness of the Japanese sections and helps the horror imagery pop. Naschy was able to shoot in Toshiro Mifune's studios and I suspect getting access to local crew influenced the movie's style for the better. (If I wanted to talk completely out of my rear end, I would say that this is like if Ozu made a werewolf movie. Having finally seen my first few Ozus recently, I will say that if you sprinkle in a bit of Kobayashi the claim gets a little less dumbassed.)
There is a level of wish fulfillment here, which may or may not be off putting depending on how much you can identify with Naschy. If I were a not particularly charismatic and handsome dude (okay, that I am) and I had the ability to direct myself in a movie where I'm surrounded by beautiful women and can run around pretending to be a werewolf in some really nice looking sets, I sure as hell would jump on that opportunity. (All three elements are equally important in this hypothetical scenario.) Naschy's performance has some of that bozo quality, but at the same time, he clearly realizes that he comes up short as an actor against Shigeru Amachi and gladly shifts the dramatic crux of the movie over to the Japanese characters. (The Japanese actors are dubbed into Spanish, but it's done well enough that it was a non-issue for me.) And aside from a rampage through a brothel, the movie is less exploitative than the poster would have you believe, committing to its idiosyncratic vision of horror. If anything, that's what's most surprising about the movie. Naschy isn't just using the Japanese setting for flavouring, he actually seems to respect the country's dramatic traditions and folklore and makes a movie that's a true blend of those elements with his lycanthropic passions.
𝐇𝐎𝐖 𝐃𝐎𝐄𝐒 𝐘𝐎𝐔𝐑 𝐌𝐔𝐒𝐄 𝐂𝐀𝐑𝐑𝐘 𝐄𝐌𝐎𝐓𝐈𝐎𝐍𝐒?
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ANGER: jaw clenching, hands balling into fists, teeth grinding, yelling, going nonverbal, stuttering speech, rushed speech, slow concise speech, rambling, quiet, arms crossing, shaking head, tearing up, animated, expressionless, projects, internalizes, vents, withdraws, passive aggressive, direct, physical outbursts, verbal outbursts
JOY: easy smiles, fighting back grins, suppressed laughter, loud laughter, giggles, chuckling, smirks, whole body laughs, covers mouth when laughing / giggling, throws head back when laughing, slaps leg, touches people around them when laughing, looks down when laughing, looks for eye contact when laughing, sparkling eyes, bubbly happiness, quiet subtle happiness, obnoxious happiness, wants to spread joy, quietly savors joy
SADNESS: crying, bottling it up, seeks distractions, wallows, meditates and processes, avoidance, seeks out comfort, withdraws, talks it out, internalizes it, sad smiles, depression naps, uses alcohol, uses drugs, seeks out sources of joy, fidgets with sentimental item, sits in silence, broods, gets moody, wants someone to share the misery, tries to hide negative emotions, nurtures others to make themselves feel better
EMBARRASSMENT / SHAME: blushing, looking away, rubbing at back of head, covering face, laughing nervously, laughs it off, overthinks, lets it go, self deprecating humor, deflects, gets irritated, smiles, withdraws, crossing arms over stomach, crossing arms over chest, hands in pockets, shoulders sinking, shrugs, falling into silence until comfortable again, talking a lot to compensate
GUILT: avoiding eye contact, shoulders sinking low, head hanging down, crying, chest aches, lashes out, internalizes, apologizes, deflects, communicates, withdraws, grand gestures for forgiveness, accepts fault easily, punishes themselves, martyrdom, victim complex, over-active guilt complex, healthy conscience, internalizes even after forgiveness, seeking redemption, moves on easily, denial, lack of guilt / conscience, sorry they got caught more than caused harm, can’t handle knowing they hurt others
FEAR / ANXIETY: trembling, crying, sarcasm / sass ( humor ) to cope, rambles, goes silent, gets angry, fidgeting, clenching jaw, picking at nails, chewing at lip, pulling at clothes, adjusting jewelry / clothing, swallowing thickly, eyes widening, over-reacts, under-reacts, calm, logical, panic, irrational, overthinks, carefully analyzes, talks to themselves, breathing exercises, flight, fight, withdraw, fawn
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Alice in wonderland (1951) -
Today I decided to draw Alice falling scene. Hope you guys like this pic like I do. ♥️♦️♠️♣️
Beauty and The Beast (Judee Levinson/Charlie Hull). This idea was given to me by @lapis-lazuliie so thank you!
(This has explicit language so... just a disclaimer)
Chapter 1: Tony and The Tramp
It had been a busy day at the massage parlour and Charlie, or 'Charles' as Mrs. Levinson calls him, was worn out due to all the 'handy work' he'd been doing. In all honesty, with the money he was getting, he didn't mind at all. As soon as his last client left the room, Charlie let out a big yawn and cracked his wrists.
"Thank God Stella don't know about this" He said, picking up the towel and wiping his oily hands. Then he left the room.
Judee was stood behind the counter, counting the tips they got that day.
"Charles, look! A £20 tip! I think I made a good decision hiring you" She smiled, handing him the money. "Are you sure Stella doesn't mind?" Judee leaned over the counter and touched his hand. Charlie immediately pulled his hand away and Judee withdrew her hand with a saddened look on her face.
"Um... no, she... she doesn't mind. Er... I better get going now, actually. She's probably wondering where I am".
Charlie left the parlour and stood outside the door for a few minutes. He looked back in thought. Judee's touch wasn't completely unwanted, even if he made it seem like it was. But... he was a married man and she was a married woman. It couldn't possibly work. And with that, he took off down the road.
Judee stood and watched as Charlie walked away. She couldn't understand what she found so... attractive about him but she just wanted him so badly. But he didn't want her.
She fumbled with the wedding band on her finger,
"Oh Eddie..." She wept. "I can't stay faithful to you forever, as much as I want to. A woman has... needs". She often spoke to herself like this, imagining he was still there. She liked to pretend he was still down at the warehouse and that he was paying for her to go on these expensive trips abroad when she was really just staying at hotels. She had nothing before she opened Spit and Polish. That was when Charlie walked into her life.
"I've been thinking about what Mum- I mean... Iris said. You aren't even here anymore. And now the only man I want other than you is married to that... that skank who doesn't even love him back!" Judee slammed her fist onto the counter, breaking a cherry-red nail. For the first time in years, her persona had crumpled and she had never felt more alone.
Charlie unlocked the door and walked into his house. "Stella!" He shouted, hanging his coat on the rack. From upstairs, he heard laughter. She must not have heard him. Just as he was about to shout her again, he heard a man's voice.
"Probably watching the telly" He thought. "Stella?" He said it quietly this time, saying it more to himself as he walked up the stairs. Now, he could hear the bed creaking and the very loud sound of Stella's pleasure. Charlie didn't want to open the door...
But he did. Behind it, Stella lay in lingerie beneath a man with long hair and a pale complexion... Tony. His daughter's boyfriend, Tony, was in bed with his wife.
"Charlie!" Stella jumped up and wrapped the blanket around herself.
"Oh, so this is why you were so excited about me working at the parlour, eh? So you could stay here all day in bed with your fucking toyboy?" Charlie blurted, shutting the door behind him.
"You're one to talk, putting your hands over god knows how many women all day!"
"That's my bloody job, isn't it?"
"No, your fuckin job is to satisfy me and you can't even do that right! How're you supposed to satisfy them when you can't satisfy your own wife?"
"I thought you'd be happy. I'm getting loads of money. More money for you to go spend in The Greedy Slits! You have a fucking problem!"
"I don't have a problem! I can stop at any time, can't I Tony?"
Tony didn't speak, leaving Charlie to continue. "Oi, Toyboy, I want you out of my fuckin house and away from my wife"
"No" Stella said, grabbing his arm "You stay, Tony. At least I've found someone who wants me". She was crying now, holding a cigarette in her hand. "You never loved me, Charlie".
"I loved you enough to marry you"
"Well you don't fucking love me anymore, do you?"
"And I don't love you! I haven't for a long time, Charlie"
"I know... but you still stay with me, don't you Stella?" Charlie turned away and opened the door. "I'm going to The Windermere. I'll get my stuff in the morning".
(More) Titans In Civvies
Underneath our bad blood We still got a sanctum, home Still a home, still a home here It's not too late to build it back 'Cause a one-in-a-million chance Is still a chance, still a chance And I would take those odds
Unbreak the broken Unsay these spoken words Find hope in the hopeless Pull me out of the train wreck Unburn the ashes Unchain the reactions, I'm not ready to die, not yet Pull me out the train wreck Pull me out, pull me out, pull me out Pull me out, pull me out, pull me out You can say what you like 'cause see, I would die for you I, I'm down on my knees and I need you to be my God Be my help, be a savior who can
Roman & Peter Vibes
Ok so was I the only one that thought as a child that the clock and candlestick from the beauty and the beast were together?
Meanwhile in “References in Modern Cartoons That Made Me Happy”
Hop Pop Plantar (Amphibia) and Mrs. Pott (and maybe Chip) (Beauty and the Beast) in Owl House
Does this beaked person look a bit like one of Ludo’s siblings from Star vs?
other people in pokego battle league: *using legendaries and only pokes with super spammy special attacks*
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