I dream in words
This guy would survive a horror movie.
This guy would survive a horror movie.
Every single time this comes up on my dash it gets funnier. Like I just fell of of my bed from laughing so hard
He fucking hit him with a lamp.
I love his freedom pants.
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if i ever met a genie i wouldnt wish for a million dollars id wish that whenever i bought something i’d always have the right amount of money to pay for it in my pocket
you are one of the great thinkers of our time
Then you’d look at a house and be like “oh damn I wanna live there” and millions of dollars would be in your pockets, crushing and killing you instantly
thats why you have to make sure you have huge pockets before you go house shopping duh
it got better
if you play an instrument youre automatically 10x hotter im sorry thats just how the world works
how the fuck do you play the mayonnaise
ask Patrick Star
mayonnaise made this my favorite post on tumblr
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Fuck Yeah Character Development!: Show don't tell (#describethingsdammit)
Showing, instead of telling, is an important part of keeping a story fresh and interesting. It helps make the story you’re telling jump off the page and the setting and characters more believable. So what is “show, don’t tell” and why is it important?
· Description is an important element when setting up a character, place, or situation. Rather than stating that a place is “serene” (Telling), show the reader. By showing you are describing the setting with language that will create a picture in the reader’s head. “Serene” doesn’t help the reader visualize the setting you are trying to create. A sentence like, “The snow floated in over the wall, light and carefree as it brushed by Sara’s red cheeks.” gives a much stronger visual image. (Sorry for the bad sentence! I hope you get my meaning.)
· The “show don’t tell” rule can be applied to more than description. It can also be used to help develop a character. For instance, if a character is angry or sad, don’t describe (tell) their emotional state as “angry” or “sad”. Show the reader what your character does when he or she is angry or sad. Do they slam their fist on something? Silently seethe? Do they sob loudly so everyone can hear them? Or do the tears fall, as if they don’t even notice? Showing these sorts of emotions not only makes reading more interesting for your audience, but also gives you the opportunity to fully develop your character.
· “Show don’t Tell” can also be used to establish conflict. Conflict is a very delicate thing to put in your writing. It should be done carefully and using the “show don’t tell” rule can help keep your conflict from being overdone. If two characters aren’t getting along, you’ll want to show us their interactions. Think about how the characters normally act with people they like and then think about how they would act around someone they don’t like. (Don’t forget to factor in why these two characters don’t like each other! This also affects how they act around one another.) Conflict doesn’t just mean two characters being angry with one another; it can also be a character upset with a situation. Using “show don’t tell” will help keep the conflict subtle and complex.
Showing instead of telling is a crucial part of building a tangible world for your reader. Use it to strengthen your writing and help your characters’ voices shout from the pages.
I’ve heard a lot of how-to’s on ‘show don’t tell’ and for the longest time I never understood what the fuck it meant. This is a very good description and I wish I’d have read it a LONG time ago. It would have saved me a lot of poor drafts
- girlfriend killed by demons
- mother killed by demons
- no friends
congratulations on your winchesterhood, Kevin.
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We finally know
I can’t believe this was a headliner
lets do a thing. reblog and add your city and country. if it's already there, don't add it again. lets take a look at tumblr's diversity
University Place, USA
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Corpus Christi, USA
Stratford Upon Avon, UK
Malmö, Sweden / Võru, Estonia
Chattanooga, TN, USA
Nuevo Leon, Mexico
New York City, USA
Las Vegas, USA
Let’s make Dean in gym shorts the most reblogged picture on Tumblr.
“Challenge accepted!” —SPN fandom.
omg this is still going
IT’S A RULE TO REBLOG EVERY TIME IT SHOWS UP ON YOUR DASH.
i’m not even in the supernatural fandom and i’m still going to reblog
lost count of the times i’ve reblogged this
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Flawless logic at play
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“Y’all know the story behind that? The official story. We have a lot of low hanging things on set. For instance, the trailers, when the awning comes out, the little hitch - some of us are tall and we’ll run head first into them. And so in order to remind ourselves not to run into things, ‘cause often times we’re going inside like reading lines, we start hanging ducks. So we’d see them and think, “duck!” And so as the amount of places grew that we needed to duck but the ducks were not multiplying as real ducks do, which I’ll explain later, we needed more ducks. We didn’t need that many ducks! I think we needed like three more ducks, now there’s a small duck army.”
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The Winchesters are what happens when people in horror movies become self-aware
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Because even pies get their dramatic close ups in Supernatural.
I assumed we were just seeing the world in Dean-o-Vision.
Dean’s not even in this scene the writers are just in crack
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My name is Cassie
If you follow me, I will definitely check your blog out...
...But I will only follow back if I like it
Proud multi-fandomer including The Hunger Games, Dexter, The Mortal Instruments, The Infernal Devices, Supernatural, Doctor Who, and a ton more!
My dream is to be a homicide detective.
Follow me on Twitter @CassieMeno
If you get to know me, you'll see that I'm not who I appear to be
Those who knew me throughout high school probably wouldn't recognize me anymore
God has become a very important part of my life
I'm addicted to coffee...
...probably always will be
Writing is my obsession
I have a book published with Wings ePress
I'm working on getting another published
I have a pet hedgehog named Hazel
I ♥ chocolate...
I'm a perfectionist
I've been told I'm a grammar Nazi
I love horror movies and haunted houses
I'm a hopeless romantic
I crave adventure on a daily basis...
...And never seem to get it.