[ Another Movie Observation ]
((I was watching this scene and noticed that Baby Tooth actually looks like she’s saying words. So from watching her mouth, this is what I think she’s saying.))
I imagined Baby Tooth saying that in Jack’s Sister’s voice. Is that a bad thing or a good thing?
Baby Tooth/Jack’s sister was begging Jack because she didn’t want to lose Jack again.
STOP RIGHT THERE YOUNGIN’
AS IF THIS NEEDED TO GET ANY MORE SAD THAN IT WAS
She looks like her, too.
Your telling me she looks like a bird tsk tsk.
I’m telling you they resemble each other. Eyes, face shape, mouth. You know, just different nose and species. lol
I don’t think that’s all a coincidence. *shrugs*
Oh my fucking god
If I don’t reblog this, it’s because I’m dead.
I think that if voldemort really wanted to kill harry potter the night the spell didn’t work on him he could’ve just picked him up and thrown him out a window given the fact that he was a one year old infant
Character Designs from The Blue Umbrella
I love how in the show Sam is serious and Dean is the one always derpin in the background
But in real life it’s almost always Jared
How does this not have more notes?
Interaction with Characters:
If your dead character can interact with other characters, whether they are seen or not, it’ll be just like writing any other POV. How the dead character is able to interact with living characters is up to you.
No Interaction with Characters:
Your character is a pure observer if they cannot interact with living characters, but the events around them may still affect them emotionally or psychologically. Even if they can’t interact with the living, you can still give your character other ways of interacting with the world such as picking up objects or taking the form of an animal.
Interaction with Afterlife:
If there is an afterlife separate from the living world or within the living world, explore it and explore how your character interacts with it.
If your character does not have a physical body, how they move around and how far they can go is up to you. This can open a lot of opportunities for focusing on what different characters are doing in different places at the same time. If your character has a physical body, how they move around is also up to you. They could be limited to what humans could do or they could walk through walls and travel quickly. It’s up to you.
Death Before Story:
With any dead POV character, you can reveal that this character is dead at any point in the story. If the character died before the story, it might be a bit harder to do this. That depends on what the character can do with the living world. If no one can see them or interact with them, this character will be ignored by all other characters.
Death During Story:
This can be hidden too. An example would be in the movie The Invisible in which the character doesn’t realize that he’s dead/dying and neither does the audience. The audience figures it out a little while later at the same time he does. If this happens, you might want to consider how your character deals with their death.
Death at the End:
This doesn’t mean that the character dies at the end, but it is revealed that they are dead at the end of the story. To really make this a shocker, you need this reveal to be sudden and surprising, but it also needs to make sense. Use foreshadowing to reveal that the character is dead and drop subtle hints throughout the story, depending on the rules of death in your story.
Alternatively, you don’t have to reveal that the character is dead at all and just drop hints throughout that may keep readers wondering.
Some Things to Consider:
- Your character’s life
- How long your character has been dead
- How they cope with their death
- How they can interact with the living world
- Their afterlife abilities (if applicable)
- The afterlife (if applicable)
- How much they know about the “rules” of being dead
reblogin because yes
I couldn’t not reblog this
not sure if attractive or just really creepy??
spock looks oh so uncomfortable…
lol and lol
Westboro stated intentions to picket Sandy Hook victim funerals, so Anonymous hacked them, and published everything. - Imgur
bless you Anonymous
Of course, Westboro denied the charges and taunted Anonymous as incompetent hackers. They claimed their website was protected by God. Big mistake. A few days later, while a Westboro spokeswoman was boasting about how the church foiled Anonymous on a radio talk show, an Anonymous spokesman called in and hacked the church’s website in real time on the air.
CRYING WITH LAUGHTER
I watched the stream for that.
"God protects our website"
"Your website has crashed"
"I’m literally looking at it right now and it has crashed"
every time i see this, my heart fills with joy
Every time I see this, I worry that it’s a warning message from hungry crayons out to take over the world.
both are good
The posts that pop up during finals week are the best kinds of posts
Do you ever think about the word ‘can’t’
Like, when you say, “Why can’t you get me some ice cream?”
You’re really saying, “Why can not you get me some ice cream?”
How have I gone through my entire life as a writer and not realized this
I had a similar epiphany with “Don’t you dare” being “Do not you dare.”
English is weird.
Forever grateful that English is my first language.
ok so this just hit me
humidifiers fill the air with water molecules from a source of water.
so what if someone filled a humidifier with holy water. would this essentially cleanse a room of all evil?
ARE YOU LOVIN’ IT
I would definitely shit my pants.
that day, mcdonalds recieved a grim reminder
SIE SIND DAS ESSEN UN WIE SIND DA BIG MAC
Im cHOK iNG
everythign ABOOT THIS IS PERF
I almost screamed. Almost.