OVEN BAKING. HEAVY BREATHING. DONT GIVE A FUCK IF ITS CARBS THAT IM EATING.
I think we all know who Charming’s real world counterpart is
Anonymous asked: Yaaaaay! I'd love you even more!! :)
LoL Well, thank you, and thank you for reading my stuff.
Anonymous asked: Would you like writing a fic where the people in Storybrooke come to know about Regina and Emma's relationship? Like, a different person each chapter, like you're doing with Petition, and how they found out they were together. It's a story I would absolutely love to read, and I thought about writing it myself, but I'm just no good ad that, and my imagination sucks :/
Not right now because I’m focused on ‘Petition,’ but maybe later? My brain seems to like it; it’s already starting to form an idea for it to work.
Just received this review on FF for the story/chapter linked:
From: The Watcher (Guest)
The Watcher:I’ve been laughing at your series, its really hit the nail on the head.
Then I got to this chapter and it made me stop and think, there really isn’t much for kids to do now their growing up, in basically a nicer version of North Korea.
They may not shoot people for trying to leave, but that’s because they don’t have to. Their may not be dynastic succession in Storybrook (yet) but it’s certainly one rule for Royals and another for the proles.
I know you started this series as a lighthearted series of one-shots, but this one in particular brought home how in a way they’re still cursed.
Since I can’t answer privately, I hope The Watcher is following me on here so they can see this response.
I started this series as both a little bit of fun but also as a piece to make people think, and I cannot tell you how flattered I am that it has, in fact, done just that. As we watch Mary Margaret, Emma, and Regina battle it out one way or another to break a curse or heal something or what-have-you, there are still hundreds of people who are struggling day-to-day within the confines of the magical borders of the town of Storybrooke, and no one who is in charge seems to remember this rather vital piece of information.
As a TV show, Once is entertaining to me. As a work of art that contains the ability to be analysed and appreciated for the layers it puts into characters like Rumple and Regina, I appreciate it greatly. However, there’s a piece missing that I think would be an interesting side note to utilize that would add an extra layer of drama, and it would be there if this were real life, and that piece of drama are the citizens of the town and their needs.
What about them?
Don’t the mayor and her cohorts have an obligation to them? And, conversely, do the citizens feel like the former royalty should still be leading them?
Isn’t that interesting food for thought?
The boy who played Danny in “The Shining” had no idea he was filming for a horror movie. From Cracked:
Lloyd just thought they were making a movie about a family in a hotel. He wasn’t even really sure how much he was getting paid to be there. He was only ever shown severely edited footage that took out all the scary parts, which essentially means he thought he was filming the most boring snoozefest ever created, because without the iconic scenes of terror, The Shining is a movie about three people wandering around in cavernous, brooding silence.
Lloyd didn’t see the actual uncut movie until many years later as a teenager, and suddenly everything clicked into place — those two nice British girls with whom he used to play and share lunch in between takes? They were ax-murdered ghosts who wanted his soul. That nice Jack Nicholson man who did a funny tomahawk dance when Lloyd accidentally wandered on set one day? Jack was slobberingly hacking his way through a bathroom door to murder Lloyd’s onscreen mother only moments prior.
That must have been the biggest mindfuck of his life.
Clever way to put a kid in a scary movie and still keep his innocence if you ask me. Now he’s got bragging rights for being in a classic.