Picture Quote Of The Day: #life. You are…
Roseanne: Series Finale’s Final Moments (by Cajb55)
tell me. what’s the key to that twelve-pack thing you’ve got going on there?
#omg their reactions tho i mean krum is like fuck yeah and fleur is all yeah bitches who else but me!?! and then there’s cedric who’s like well duh i’m pretty and then harry is like fuck why is it always me
#fuck #just one year #can I just have one year of peace
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s No
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Go Away
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Fuck Off
Harry Potter and the Goblet of One Fucking Year
Harry Potter and the Order of the What the Hell
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Shit
Harry Potter and the Deathly Damn It
Here have some movies, just click on the one your want, load it and enjoy.
YOU BEAUTIFUL BLOODY HUMAN BEING
OMG OMG OGM OMGAOMOGMOMGOGMOMGOMGOGMOGMOG
YOU MY GOOD HUMAN BEING. HAVE PROVIDED ME WITH A FULL YEAR OF ENTERTAINMENT.
walk into the club like what up i got a big flock
I played a very bad hand very well. There is a distinction.
Love me some silly Lily! @lilycollins #girlsDONTjustwanttohavefun #theyjustDOhavefun
Les Mis Movie Meme: 10 songs (2/10) - I Dreamed a Dream
Worldbuilding is an essential part of any work of fiction. But especially for science fiction or fantasy, it’s the lifeblood of storytelling. But when worldbuilding fails, it can wreck your whole story, and leave your characters feeling pointless. Here are seven deadly sins of worldbuilding.
- Not thinking about basic infrastructure.
- Not explaining why events are happening now.
- Creating fictional versions of real-life human ethnic groups, that never go beyond one dimension.
- Creating monolithic social, political, cultural and religious groups.
- Inventing a history that is totally logical.
- Not really giving a strong sense of place, like what it smells like after it’s been raining.
- Introducing some superpower, like magic or insane tech, without fully accounting for how it would change society.