# WIP !!
Tartagalia x reader (genshin impact)
!MODERN AU! Going on a two days trip with your boyfriend, Tartagalia, was one of the best moments of your life. Though, that doesn't mean that everything went quite well, does it?
Jujutsu Kaisen— Itadori, Megumi, Gojo, and Inumaki x reader
!MODERN AU! Scenarios on how they comfort you *sips tea*
Eren Yeager x reader (attack on titan)
!ROYAL AU! On the first meeting with your fiancé, which you've never seen, lots happened. More than you ever expected it will. Was gaining the trust of that man easy?
My hero academia— Deku, Bakugo, Todoroki, Kirishima, and Kaminari x reader
Scenarios on their reaction if you ask them for a sip of their drink
Tokyo Revengers— Toman mains x reader
Scenarios on how it would be when they fall for you
Just to prove that I'm still alive, just busy with school :)
today's the first day of my second year of uni. compared to last year i feel so much less stressed. everything seems a lot more doable than last year. when i started in 2020, i was very scared and felt so much pressure. everything was a big chaos. and when i stepped into the train this morning, i was afraid time would repeat itself and i would get crushed by the pressure and the need to interact with people. but alhamdulillah, i feel very calm. no need to put myself into a position i dont want to be at, no need to run faster than i can. just taking things as they come inshaallah.
okay so good new is i’m no longer horrifically ill with food poisoning, the bad news is i’m now experiencing a very painful period 🙃🙃🙃
going to attempt a vertical edit everyone pray for me
You know what I find hilarious about this whole ‘Labour right working to change the leadership election process’ thing? The Labour right have pretty much consistently throughout the party’s history controlled its internal structures. The only time outside of the Corbyn era that there was an effort to make the party more democratic was under Michael Foot with Tony Benn insisting on a electoral college rather than the MP secret ballot ‘mandatory selection’ (basically allowing challenges by prospective candidates to incumbent MPs for local party selection in an election without allowing the weight of the party machinery, unions, local socialist societies for support - essentially encouraging direct accountability to membership, and incentivising the incumbent MP to work harder for support) which was one of the reasons why the SDP split from Labour to begin with. John Smith returned it to ‘one man, one vote” (OMOV) to put a stop to that and to break the influence of the unions - and was further pushed by Ed Miliband to allow in disgruntled Lib Dem types disillusioned with the Conservative-Liberal coalition between 2010-2015.
Corbyn was a (un)happy accident - he wasn’t supposed to become party leader but frustration with austerity and the lack of a clear alternative presented by labour propelled him in - the very machinery that was used to rejuvenate the decaying membership (it had around 200,000 members - about half what it was when Blair came in) with middle class sorts and put in some bland dry technocratic centrist, instead propelled its most left-wing leader since George Lansbury (and maybe more than even him in some respects - either way, he was definitely more left wing than Foot, who was more of a ‘uniter’ type) and it only took 3 quid to get a membership and vote in.
But the machinery was still broadly controlled by pupils of the Blairite style of management, and they raised the membership price to 25 quid (pretty anti-poor of them, tbh), then expelled members for not being members for long enough, or voting Green in the last general election (hilarious when you consider how much Greens are also defined by middle-class types, and Labour’s irritating tendency to chase after Lib Dem and Tory votes) - all of which I remember quite well. And as you might already know, party resources were diverted from left-wing candidates (or people perceived as left-wing) to those MPs in their little cliques.
What the machinery gives, it takes away. What opportunities that the Labour left took to make the party more democratic during Corbyn’s time was squandered thanks admittedly understandable anxieties of a press already grotesquely hostile to Corbynism, and their own myopic electioneering tendencies about getting Corbyn through number 10. Now that we know that commanding the ship, doesn’t mean running it - those who’ve been running the show are now mobilising to push the electoral process back to how it was before Miliband. I think that their long-term goal is to put it back to “MP secret ballot” which would be turning the clock back to 1981 - literally forty years ago. The guy who’s now pushing for a return to the electoral college I suspect only sees it as a first step to this given this gross, tactless article he wrote on the other guy who originally pushed it in to open the party up after his death. If they win, the only time you’ll see them open it up again is probably was they prioritise killing the union influence than the possibility that anyone like Corbyn could ever happen again (hell, the man is still suspended from their party and they’re figuring if they parachute a candidate during a by-election, they’ll have forced him out)
It’s hilarious that the Labour Party has the nerve to call itself ‘democratic socialist’. This is a party so defined by elitist impulses, and bureaucratic tendencies, that their natural inclination to the wider membership is one of contempt. They fear them, so they wall off any say in their structures - and certainly don’t bother to politicise them. The membership are people to be managed and directed to leaflet and knock on doors, not peers. Some are even to be bought off by patronage with promises to councillor positions where they walk around as community ‘big men’. This is probably the logical conclusion of a reformist party that put having a place in ‘representative democracy’ over socialist politics, and to see this nonsense play out in the face of zombie neoliberalism, and the risk of of irreversible climate change is well and truly pathetic. A part of me thinks that allowing this organisation to be the representative of the British labour movement was a serious mistake, and the only way it would be rectified is if they do the honest thing and join the Lib Dems, so that an actual socialist organisation can emerge - since the LP nothing but liberals posturing as socialists.
The Labour Party does not represent the interests of the working class, but petite-bourgeois wankers who are quite satisfied with anything that goes on so long as their property doesn’t get taken from them at the very least, and business elites at the most. It will continue in its attempts to phase out the unions, now that their attempt at getting a pliable lackey in Unite the Union has failed, and in the event GMB and Unison turn on this strategy. It is aggravating that I spent nearly a decade on this pink pseudo-left organisation without pay to better my situation to see this play out, but here we are. Any serious person who calls themselves a leftist shouldn’t fuck with it, and it is enraging that it takes so much political space that no-one on the British left can’t help even talk about due to its hegemonic influence.
I've finally worked out why something about the FFH suit just seems off to me...
They got rid of the cute fat back spider and just put the front logo on the back instead! WHAT a downgrade
face trimmer works really well :-) hooray
It's fun how before I could feel happy for longer than few hours.
Well not anymore.
Questions Dream asked Tommy when he revived him
- "You okay?"
- "So what was it like?" (x2)
- "It was dark?" When Tommy described limbo to Dream as being like Void.
- "Were others there?"
- Upon Tommy listing off Schlatt "You saw Schlatt? You talked to Schlatt? How is Schlatt doing? What happened?"
- "What did it feel like?" (x2)
- "Who else was there?"
- "What was Wilbur like?" after Tommy said Wilbur was also there.
- "Tell me one more time, what was it like? Like when you died, what did it feel like?"
- "Did it feel good?"
- "How long were you in there for?" (x2) Uttered after Tommy started going off about being in limbo for months and asking where Tubbo, Jack, and Phil were.
- "Did it just feel like two months or was it actually two months?"
- "How long were you in there for?"
- "What else? Was it just black? Did you see? Was it white? What was going on?"
uni doesn’t even start again until next month and i already want to cry lmao
posting crappy hcs in my drafts is to make up for the lack of content <3
the fact that the ‘fancy’ email filters on senders from outside of my organisation means that I occasionally don’t receive emails that I’ve been CC’d in makes me livid.
Art portfolio - 2018/2021-Part III
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a wild concept: writing a thesis about Alice in Wonderland and showing up to the thesis defence cosplaying as Jervis Tetch
i feel like Death