Christmas Ask ❆

  • Snowman: What do you do when it snows? Stay in or play?
  • The Grinch: What are your favourite Christmas films?
  • Turkey: In your opinion the best part of Christmas dinner?
  • Mistletoe: Name 3 celebs you wouldn't mind kissing on Christmas Day.
  • Santa: What age did you stop believing in Santa? Or do you still?
  • Bauble: Do you have a Christmas tree every year?
  • Gift: Best present you have ever received and the best you have given.
  • Scarf: Describe your favourite winter outfit.
  • Home Alone: How many of the Home Alone films have you seen?
  • Tinsel: Do you have any traditions at Christmas time?
  • Gingerbread: Name your favourite tasty treats.
  • Present: Worst present you have ever received and the worst you have given.
  • Reindeer: Is Rudolph your favourite reindeer or one of the others?
  • Carol: Name your top 3 Christmas carols/songs.
  • Ribbons: How good are you at wrapping gifts?
  • Letters: Do you write any Christmas cards? How many on average?
  • Cosy: Have any Christmas Eve plans?
  • Heart: Who has your heart this Christmas? Will they as well next Christmas?
  • Vacation: Have you ever been away from home for Christmas or will you in the future?
  • Lights: What about New York, would you travel there for Christmas?


So, I saw this on the forums, and I thought this would be somethings REALLY NICE to share.

It’s a really basic outline, but it looks really helpful. Also a good guide to actually FINISHING a story (which is something I have a tough time with whoops)

  1. Intro Normal Life > Who is the Main Character, place, time, world.
  2. I Know What I Want > What do they want in life, goal, dream.
  3. I’m Getting What I Want > What’s their plan, how’s it happening right now?
  4. Inciting Incident > Their plan is ruined by something outside their control.
  5. I’m Not Getting What I Want > They take in what’s happened, reacting emotionally.
  6. Why Did This Happen > They examine their process and consider how to get back up.
  7. Enter Exotic World > Because of whatever happened in 4, they are thrown into an EW.
  8. I Wanna Go Home >They are in shock, wanting or trying to get back to the old world.
  9. I Can’t Go Home > They come to the conclusion, that they can’t go back, and look around.
  10. Woah- WAIT > They become distracted by the new surroundings, then remember their goal.
  11. Enemy Enter > They discover the new antagonist, that will keep them from their goal here.
  12. What Now > Depressed about enemy, personal goal, but wondering what to do.
  13. This May Work > They explore, make friends, maybe unwillingly. Consider options for goal.
  14. This Isn’t So Bad > They’ve accepted the new world, the friends, the goals, enjoy themselves.
  15. Enemy Strikes > The enemy threatens their new world/personal goal/something.
  16. Main Character Fights > The recovery and Main Character decides they won’t stand for this.
  17. Who’s With Me > Main and supporting characters, band together to take a stand.
  18. Gear Up > They plan and prepare, for journey/battle/some stand, considering what they know.
  19. On The Road > They push through, band together, solve problems, put aside differences.
  20. Enemy Plays > The enemy plays at their weak points, threatening their bond and stand.
  21. We Can Do This > They come through, feeling beaten, but band together and agree to push.
  22. Push > They push themselves to be the best they can be and continue on toward the final.
  23. The Enemy’s Lair > They arrive at the enemies front yard, planning, training, observing.
  24. Crisis > They move their plans to action and things don’t go as planned. Their lowest point.
  25. What Went Wrong > Main Character considers their fault, discovering it was their first prob.
  26. Can’t Give Up > They make their plan for their final ditch-effort to take down the enemy.
  27. Climax > They put this final plan into action, it seems to be going well.
  28. We Can Do This* > They in almost shock at their success continue pushing through in a daze.
  29. Victory > They defeat, save, and/or reach their final goal, being victorious. Notable lesson.
  30. Resolution > Wrap up the lose ends- go home/review lesson learned/reconcile relationships. 

yung-shordy asked:

What would you consider warning signs when talking to a guy?

blackgirlsrpretty2 answered:

  • "My ex is crazy." In most cases not true. He is most likely the crazy one.
  • If he’s over 18 and not in school and doesn’t work or have a car (and isn’t trying to either) he’s a bum and is most likely looking for someone to monetarily provide for him
  • If you do date someone who has a child (which I don’t recommend) but if it does happen be VERY cautious if you NEVER hear him speak about his children, spending time with them, see him with them..etc… he most likely aint shit and will talk about his child’s mother being crazy (which jumps back to my first point)… especially if he has more than one with different women….RUN (he doesn’t like to use condoms and if you get pregnant it will be a YOU problem)
  • Guys who spend money on things he wants instead of needs…. and when he needs something you have to pay for it (like dudes who have weed but no money to eat)
  • Guys who ask for nudes or talk anything sexual within the first few conversations without invitation
  • Guys who put down other women. Like the guy who doesn’t like dark skinned women or talks shit about women who wear weave but doesn’t date women with natural hair…
  • Guys with the “Lady in the streets but a freak in the sheets” mentality. Normally are against anything pro-women…
  • If he already within a first few conversations is jealous or angry towards the idea of you talking to other guys. 

So many other things but it’s 5am and I can’t think…






Most of this list sums up my college dating experience

Anybody who says “I would never let my girl (insert thing an adult should have the freedom to decide whether or not to do here)”

if they try to separate you from the people you care about

if you have a suspicion that they’re insecure about any of your accomplishments

if he says “females” instead of “women”, “ladies” or even “girls”

the first time you hear him refer to a woman as a “bitch”, “thot”, “ho”, etc and he can’t reasonably explain how that term applies, just has some throwaway answer…she probably rejected him in the past or has her own mind. He’ll be calling you that after he does something shitty enough for you to leave.

if he tries to control the things you do or own (pets , vacations etc) without actually making any commitment to you.

(this ones connected to my fist one) if he tries to make you give up or abandon something for his love example “would you give up your dog for me?” (was actually asked of me in a very sweetheart, romantic big eyed tone)

if he’s so “busy”.

if he only seems to call you around for sex.

if he is constantly trying to pressure you into sexual acts you have previously told him makes you uncomfortable.

if he tries to make you feel insecure or foolish for enjoying the things you enjoy.

if he only seems to care about you, or becomes jealous the second you begin another relationship.

(and this sorta goes without saying) has no problem dating someone much much younger than him, or taking advantage of teenagers.


Just to add:
(sorry if these were already mentioned)

• If he uses his “strong emotions” for you to manipulate you ex: I get so depressed when you go x amount of time without calling me

• if he says, “but I’m a nice/good guy” to get to you to do something you’ve said you’re uncomfortable with

• if he’s never where he says he will be when he says he’ll be there OR keeps you waiting an excessive amount of time

• if he stalks your social media profiles

• if he says “if I were gonna hurt you, don’t you think I would’ve done it by now?”

Basically, if it don’t feel right, it ain’t right.

if he denies things that have happened, especially details that incriminate him… for example you were having an argument and he pushes you, but later says he didn’t

if he raises his voice but demands that you speak softly or calmly

if he reinforces other double standards, like the idea that you aren’t allowed to talk to/be friends with other men but calls you insecure or crazy if you mention that he talks to/is friends with women

if he claims your personal property as his own without permission

if he guilts you into doing things for him consistently without reciprocation

if he speaks in a derogatory way about women when around his male friends, or his personality changes drastically for the worse when the room is dominated by men






a movie about two asexual aromantic best friends who have a best friend marriage for tax benefits

that does not end with a scene of swelling music and passionate kiss where they realize they really do love each other after all

It ends with a fist bump or something. I’m on board. 

but it should end with the big swell of music that makes people think they’re going for the kiss when really it’s for the fist bump ending