Welcome to the Land Where Magic Resides

acelineus:

In this wartime fantasy otome you play as a young girl who was rescued from a royal coup, and raised as a boy to disguise her identity. Ten years ago the King and Queen of Orthera were assassinated and a loyal Sylgardian knight rescued her and brought her home under the guise that she was his youngest son.

On her eighteenth birthday she joins the Ortheran army to search for her older brother. Rumors of war with a kingdom across the ocean had been brewing for some time, but no one had expected the war to take place on their own soil, or with their Sylgardian neighbors.

The protagonist is thrust into a position of power and is forced to lead the Ortheran army to victory against the kingdom she’s always known to be home, but her true test of mettle comes when she finally learns about her heritage.

Reminder that the Kickstarter launches on August 15th!

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transpondster:

David Bowie school portrait, c1960
[via @retronaut on twitter]

transpondster:

David Bowie school portrait, c1960

[via @retronaut on twitter]

betsypaige22:

the-lion-sleeps-2night:

emospritelet:

blk0912:

I feel like one of the few who actually prefer Neal’s looks to hook’s. I’ve only been a fan of guyliner on two people-Adam Lambert and Johnny Depp. Colin is attractive as himself, as is mrj, but I just can’t find hook attractive.

Seriously, you are not alone

Colin is very attractive, and he is a nice person who genuinely smiles a lot. Hook, on the other hand, doesn’t exactly smile, but he smirks and his face is almost  my default washed over with an arrogant, smug, expression. I would take Neal’s rugged handsomeness, cheeky grins, twinkling eyes and messy hair over Hook’s cocky smirks and selfish heart anyday. 

Yes!!!

This, all of this.

betsypaige22:

the-lion-sleeps-2night:

emospritelet:

blk0912:

I feel like one of the few who actually prefer Neal’s looks to hook’s. I’ve only been a fan of guyliner on two people-Adam Lambert and Johnny Depp. Colin is attractive as himself, as is mrj, but I just can’t find hook attractive.

Seriously, you are not alone

Colin is very attractive, and he is a nice person who genuinely smiles a lot. Hook, on the other hand, doesn’t exactly smile, but he smirks and his face is almost  my default washed over with an arrogant, smug, expression. I would take Neal’s rugged handsomeness, cheeky grins, twinkling eyes and messy hair over Hook’s cocky smirks and selfish heart anyday. 

Yes!!!

This, all of this.

officialvarrictethras:

warning

do not, i repeat, do not

think about your favorite character’s face when they orgasm, especially after an agonizingly slow build of teasing and foreplay that lasts for hours

don’t imagine the relief in their eyes right before they close them

don’t imagine the sounds of their ecstasy as they finally hit that sweet spot

don’t imagine every line and muscle in their body tense and arching as they ride the aftershocks

don’t imagine the way they sag and pant and smile afterward, drawing their partner close to their sweat-slicked body

just don’t do that to yourself

cleolinda:

cinematicnomad:

apparently e.l. james called former child star mara wilson (matilda) a “sad f**k” for critiquing the 50shades books a while ago and now there’s a feud. i love it.

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221btimelordette:

I was initially planning on being a casual fan, but then I thought, why not just let it consume my soul instead? 

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drbabelgideon:

David Bowie’s voice when he sings “China Girl”

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David Bowie’s Voice

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David Bowie

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betsypaige22:

jarethmylove:

betsypaige22:

melissabosquez:

betsypaige22:

jarethmylove:

betsypaige22:

pamchenko-twist:

betsypaige22:

onceaddict:

betsypaige22:

onceaddict:

betsypaige22:

pamchenko-twist:

betsypaige22:

pamchenko-twist:

fairytaleasoldastime:

@emiliederavin: #rumbelle #honeymoon @robertcarlye #ouat http://t.co/fwKWcMjhHE

WHAT?!?!?! I leave to pick up my car from the shop and come back to this!!! BRB, dying…







LOL the Dorothy one, lol……. Is that what Belle told Gold?

LOL, yes. And they have the Caddy because they need it to transport all of the condoms they just bought at Storybrooke’s Costco.

LOL Gold’s trunk won’t be able to be used for the Smee’s and Hook’s of the world…. 
There’s nothing in the world that the Golden Girls haven’t covered, lol


Haha Pamchenko was NOT ready! xD

Is anyone ever, really?


No one was ready for that!

Are we all going to need to stay up all night and do this?

I could do the below reading Rumbelle porn!


I love Dorothy. And then there’s Blanche:


I love intelligent, sarcastic characters, so Dorothy has always been my favorite….
As to Blanche, well….I think these say it all:





Why not? i love Rumbelle and The Golden Girls. ^_^
Rumbelle:






Best combination ever, lol



I love how this turned into a Golden Girls post. That’s the best show ever.

It really is; I’m addicted to it and I can quote so much of it. Golden Girls is almost never off the air- it’s amazing; it’s a truly groundbreaking comedy

I’ve always loved the Golden Girls and the Nanny. I grew up watching both. The funny thing is that the Golden Girls was a new type of show, it was ground-breaking. and alot of people (including those who wrote and produced the show) thought it was going to fail. Because, honestly, how many people wanna watch a show about 4 women in their 50s living together. (I think one of the people interviewed actually said that). But it was a hit and the fact that this show had all 4 women, including 80-something year old Sophia, portrayed as women who were still interested in sex and men and openly talked about it, without being crude, was marvelous.
The fact that the Golden Girls made a ton, and I do mean a ton, of sexual innuendos and even went as far as to being openly sexual in their talks and mannerisms and still be about older women living their lives was, and still is, amazing. The show allowed us to realize that, even though you’re getting older that doesn’t mean that your life is over. You can go out and have fun. You can still be interested in dates and movies and many other things. You can make a difference in someones life even when those around you don’t think you can.
There’s also the fact that they not only touched upon, but openly discussed, certain prejudices on the show. Blanche had a GAY brother and she couldn’t fathom WHY he was gay and was weird-ed out by it. Dorothy’s son fell in love with an African American woman twice his age and she didn’t understand his reasoning behind him wanting to marry someone who was closer to her own age than his. Dorothy had a friend who was a lesbian and fell in love with Rose and Dorothy was worried about telling her friends about her friend being gay. Blanches daughter decided to have a child via artificial insemination and all of the women in the house were disgusted by it. Sophia had a son who was a cross-dresser and his wife was a mechanic. Blanche didn’t want to date a man in a wheelchair because he was in a wheelchair, she did the same thing to a blind man because he was blind. 
The women had prejudices and had to work through them and the ones listed above were all of the things they had to work through. Blanche was able to accept her brother’s being gay and him marrying his partner after she discussed it with the other ladies in the house and realized that it didn’t matter if her brother was gay, he was still her brother and she loved him. Dorothy came to terms with her son marrying an older woman after she realized that he was going to do it whether or not she wanted him to and if she wanted him in her life she would have to accept his choices. The women in the house quickly realized that Dorothy’s gay friend was a wonderful woman who just happened to be attracted to other woman and that was fine because love is love. Blanche came to accept her daughters choice to become pregnant on her own after discussing it with her friends and even though all the women still felt odd and grossed out by the process they realized that, in modern times, it’s normal for a woman to be a single mother and do what she wants with her life. Sophia came to terms with her son being a cross-dresser and realized that that was just part of who he was and it didn’t change the fact that he was a good man and husband. Blanche realized that disabilities, or lack there of, shouldn’t be the reason to make or break a relationship.
Mind that this show was made in the mid to late eighties and the early nineties, the prejudices of each woman were things that were considered to be the norm back then. The fact that the show gave off a portrayal of love and understanding for different types of people while still showing that prejudices still occur was what made it so real and made it hit home for many people. Different beliefs and certain prejudices are a part of life, you’re going to be confronted by them, they’re there but how you react to them is something that only you can decide. 
Did I mention that they also openly discussed sexually transmitted diseases? in one episode Rose found out that she may have gotten AIDS from a blood transfusion and she becomes frightened about her future. She gets angry at the fact that she may have gotten the disease while Blanche, the promiscuous one of the group, did not have it. Blanche, then goes on to tell her that she’d been tested because she may have gotten the disease herself from on of her partner’s long ago. Blanche then goes on to berate Rose about her feelings on the disease, saying “AIDS is not a bad persons’ disease, Rose. It’s not God punishing us for our sins.” She then goes on to tell Rose how that scare made her turn he life around and begin to practice methods of safe sex. Rose worries that her boyfriend, Miles, and the girls won’t want to be around her if she happens to have AIDS and Dorothy quickly steps in to tell her that it isn’t true. “Isn’t that up to Miles to decide?” The girls make a pact that they will stay together and help Rose even if the results come back positive. Again, late 80’s early 90’s, a time when AIDS research was still being developed and there were no magical cocktails to make one feel better.
This brings me back to rumbelle. We all know that Rumple isn’t a good guy, he’s done terrible, horrible things that he’s perfectly fine with. But you also have to take into account the way he was treated for so long. He was abandoned by his father and left with two spinster Aunts who taught him how to spin thread, what would have been considered a woman’s profession back then. He gave himself an injury to get out of fighting a war that, lets face it, he only went to fight so that he could get past the looming shadow of his father’s past. He came back to a home where his wife verbally abused him, yes, she abused him, and the rest of the town used him as their own personally kicking post. He suffered from the prejudices of his time and they twisted and broke practically all of the light in him. 
Now Belle was on the other side of the spectrum. She was raised by a wealthy, noble father who, despite the dumb idea with the mine, loved her and sheltered her from the worlds evils. She had duties and responsibilities that came with her station but she didn’t let the fear and pressure of an upcoming, albeit not loving, marriage that was certainly only for the political alliance it would secure, beat away at her hope and courage. Belle had never known hunger and humiliation like Rumple did. She was sheltered from the world and doesn’t really understand his reasoning for doing the evil things he does. At least that’s how it is at first.
As Belle finally realizes that the world can be cruel and wicked she still doesn’t allow the darkness of the world change her pure heart and that’s something that Rumple desperately needs. Hope and love are at the center of Rumbelle. They show the viewers that love is a beautiful thing, full of layers. It’s not something you can control and it’s not something that can be forced. You love who you love and that’s that. Love doesn’t care if you’re old, young, healthy, sick, beaten, battered, bruised, strong, weak etc. etc, Love can heal the deepest hurts, can make the weak strong, the cowardly brave. It can move mountains, tame oceans. Love it the greatest force in all of the lands. 

I agreed with you about the Golden Girls, but not about Gold. I do think, very much so, that he’s a good man at heart- and as for the terrible things he’s done, he doesn’t feel just fine about them- he feels tremendous remorse. You say that he injured himself to escape war, but that’s not it at all; he did that so that he could be a husband and father. Also, it doesn’t matter why he decided to fight - Rumple was brave in any case.
I also disagree about Belle coming to believe the world is evil and dark; on the contrary, she retains her optimistic outlook on life. She knows that something evil “has taken root” in Rumple- she said that to Regina- so she knows that he is not evil. In fact she knows him to be a good man underneath all that.

I think I should have worded some of my sentences differently. XD Then again it was 3 am when I wrote what I did (I get really caught up in my writing). When I said that Rumple’s not a good guy I meant the idea of a a good guy. Like Charming or Superman are good guys, those white knight running up on a valiant steed types. The ones that are so good and so perfect that you root for them, even though they can sometimes come across as flat and boring characters.
Rumple, to me, is more of a grayish character, one that’s not wholly good but not pure evil. He’s human. He has done evil things and he has done some without remorse, at least that’s what I saw when it came to the maid him and Bae had that he killed, but you can understand where he’s coming from and why he does what he does. Him killing the maid, though, may have been more of a product of the Dark Curse than him. He just became the Dark One and I think the Dark Curse has a mind of its own at times, he may not have been able to control the curses’ bloodlust. Later on in the series, after he loses Bae, we see a Dark One who’s more in control of himself, less erratic and he never does anything purely malicious.
I adore Rumple and I agree that he is a good man and a wonderful father. He’s brave and like Belle said, “His heart is true.” Rumple has a tremendous amount of love to give and he does everything with his loved ones in mind. He injured himself to get back to his family alive, to escape his foretold death and that alone took tremendous courage. He knew what was going to happen to him once he got back home. He knew he’d be ridiculed and ostracized for being a “coward” but he took that chance because he already loved his unborn son so much that he couldn’t bear to have him go through the life that Rumple himself went through. That’s true love, that’s being a hero.
My idea of an evil character doesn’t come close to what or who Rumple is. I don’t think he’s evil at all, more misunderstood than anything else. When I think of a purely evil character the only thing that comes to my mind is the Joker from Batman. I haven’t read all of the comics nor have I seen all of the things that he’s in but from what I got about the Joker as a character is that he’s true evil. He kills and destroys without any conscience. In fact he does it for fun, for profit, because he truly enjoys the pain and suffering of others. Rumple is definitely not that kind of man.
I agree about Belle and her feelings about Rumple. What I meant was that she had lead a sheltered life until the Ogre War and didn’t know the true capabilities of cruel people. She doesn’t see the world as dark and evil but she knows that there are people out there who are willing and able to do cruel and evil things. For Belle to go through what she did with Regina and come out of it still as optimistic and loving as she was when she was still naive takes a very large and loving heart. I think that this is Belles true power. She’s capable of showing Rumple the true him, the man behind the mask, so to speak. She’s his center, his hope. The one thing that keeps him sane after all of the terrible things he’s been through. She gives him hope when he has none and she is able to keep him from falling over the edge and becoming the monster that others think him to be. 

betsypaige22:

jarethmylove:

betsypaige22:

melissabosquez:

betsypaige22:

jarethmylove:

betsypaige22:

pamchenko-twist:

betsypaige22:

onceaddict:

betsypaige22:

onceaddict:

betsypaige22:

pamchenko-twist:

betsypaige22:

pamchenko-twist:

fairytaleasoldastime:

@emiliederavin: #rumbelle #honeymoon @robertcarlye #ouat http://t.co/fwKWcMjhHE

WHAT?!?!?! I leave to pick up my car from the shop and come back to this!!! BRB, dying…

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LOL the Dorothy one, lol……. Is that what Belle told Gold?

LOL, yes. And they have the Caddy because they need it to transport all of the condoms they just bought at Storybrooke’s Costco.

LOL Gold’s trunk won’t be able to be used for the Smee’s and Hook’s of the world…. 

There’s nothing in the world that the Golden Girls haven’t covered, lol

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Haha Pamchenko was NOT ready! xD

Is anyone ever, really?

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No one was ready for that!

Are we all going to need to stay up all night and do this?

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I could do the below reading Rumbelle porn!

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I love Dorothy. And then there’s Blanche:

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I love intelligent, sarcastic characters, so Dorothy has always been my favorite….

As to Blanche, well….I think these say it all:

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Why not? i love Rumbelle and The Golden Girls. ^_^

Rumbelle:

Best combination ever, lol

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I love how this turned into a Golden Girls post. That’s the best show ever.

It really is; I’m addicted to it and I can quote so much of it. Golden Girls is almost never off the air- it’s amazing; it’s a truly groundbreaking comedy

I’ve always loved the Golden Girls and the Nanny. I grew up watching both. The funny thing is that the Golden Girls was a new type of show, it was ground-breaking. and alot of people (including those who wrote and produced the show) thought it was going to fail. Because, honestly, how many people wanna watch a show about 4 women in their 50s living together. (I think one of the people interviewed actually said that). But it was a hit and the fact that this show had all 4 women, including 80-something year old Sophia, portrayed as women who were still interested in sex and men and openly talked about it, without being crude, was marvelous.

The fact that the Golden Girls made a ton, and I do mean a ton, of sexual innuendos and even went as far as to being openly sexual in their talks and mannerisms and still be about older women living their lives was, and still is, amazing. The show allowed us to realize that, even though you’re getting older that doesn’t mean that your life is over. You can go out and have fun. You can still be interested in dates and movies and many other things. You can make a difference in someones life even when those around you don’t think you can.

There’s also the fact that they not only touched upon, but openly discussed, certain prejudices on the show. Blanche had a GAY brother and she couldn’t fathom WHY he was gay and was weird-ed out by it. Dorothy’s son fell in love with an African American woman twice his age and she didn’t understand his reasoning behind him wanting to marry someone who was closer to her own age than his. Dorothy had a friend who was a lesbian and fell in love with Rose and Dorothy was worried about telling her friends about her friend being gay. Blanches daughter decided to have a child via artificial insemination and all of the women in the house were disgusted by it. Sophia had a son who was a cross-dresser and his wife was a mechanic. Blanche didn’t want to date a man in a wheelchair because he was in a wheelchair, she did the same thing to a blind man because he was blind. 

The women had prejudices and had to work through them and the ones listed above were all of the things they had to work through. Blanche was able to accept her brother’s being gay and him marrying his partner after she discussed it with the other ladies in the house and realized that it didn’t matter if her brother was gay, he was still her brother and she loved him. Dorothy came to terms with her son marrying an older woman after she realized that he was going to do it whether or not she wanted him to and if she wanted him in her life she would have to accept his choices. The women in the house quickly realized that Dorothy’s gay friend was a wonderful woman who just happened to be attracted to other woman and that was fine because love is love. Blanche came to accept her daughters choice to become pregnant on her own after discussing it with her friends and even though all the women still felt odd and grossed out by the process they realized that, in modern times, it’s normal for a woman to be a single mother and do what she wants with her life. Sophia came to terms with her son being a cross-dresser and realized that that was just part of who he was and it didn’t change the fact that he was a good man and husband. Blanche realized that disabilities, or lack there of, shouldn’t be the reason to make or break a relationship.

Mind that this show was made in the mid to late eighties and the early nineties, the prejudices of each woman were things that were considered to be the norm back then. The fact that the show gave off a portrayal of love and understanding for different types of people while still showing that prejudices still occur was what made it so real and made it hit home for many people. Different beliefs and certain prejudices are a part of life, you’re going to be confronted by them, they’re there but how you react to them is something that only you can decide. 

Did I mention that they also openly discussed sexually transmitted diseases? in one episode Rose found out that she may have gotten AIDS from a blood transfusion and she becomes frightened about her future. She gets angry at the fact that she may have gotten the disease while Blanche, the promiscuous one of the group, did not have it. Blanche, then goes on to tell her that she’d been tested because she may have gotten the disease herself from on of her partner’s long ago. Blanche then goes on to berate Rose about her feelings on the disease, saying “AIDS is not a bad persons’ disease, Rose. It’s not God punishing us for our sins.” She then goes on to tell Rose how that scare made her turn he life around and begin to practice methods of safe sex. Rose worries that her boyfriend, Miles, and the girls won’t want to be around her if she happens to have AIDS and Dorothy quickly steps in to tell her that it isn’t true. “Isn’t that up to Miles to decide?” The girls make a pact that they will stay together and help Rose even if the results come back positive. Again, late 80’s early 90’s, a time when AIDS research was still being developed and there were no magical cocktails to make one feel better.

This brings me back to rumbelle. We all know that Rumple isn’t a good guy, he’s done terrible, horrible things that he’s perfectly fine with. But you also have to take into account the way he was treated for so long. He was abandoned by his father and left with two spinster Aunts who taught him how to spin thread, what would have been considered a woman’s profession back then. He gave himself an injury to get out of fighting a war that, lets face it, he only went to fight so that he could get past the looming shadow of his father’s past. He came back to a home where his wife verbally abused him, yes, she abused him, and the rest of the town used him as their own personally kicking post. He suffered from the prejudices of his time and they twisted and broke practically all of the light in him. 

Now Belle was on the other side of the spectrum. She was raised by a wealthy, noble father who, despite the dumb idea with the mine, loved her and sheltered her from the worlds evils. She had duties and responsibilities that came with her station but she didn’t let the fear and pressure of an upcoming, albeit not loving, marriage that was certainly only for the political alliance it would secure, beat away at her hope and courage. Belle had never known hunger and humiliation like Rumple did. She was sheltered from the world and doesn’t really understand his reasoning for doing the evil things he does. At least that’s how it is at first.

As Belle finally realizes that the world can be cruel and wicked she still doesn’t allow the darkness of the world change her pure heart and that’s something that Rumple desperately needs. Hope and love are at the center of Rumbelle. They show the viewers that love is a beautiful thing, full of layers. It’s not something you can control and it’s not something that can be forced. You love who you love and that’s that. Love doesn’t care if you’re old, young, healthy, sick, beaten, battered, bruised, strong, weak etc. etc, Love can heal the deepest hurts, can make the weak strong, the cowardly brave. It can move mountains, tame oceans. Love it the greatest force in all of the lands. 

I agreed with you about the Golden Girls, but not about Gold. I do think, very much so, that he’s a good man at heart- and as for the terrible things he’s done, he doesn’t feel just fine about them- he feels tremendous remorse. You say that he injured himself to escape war, but that’s not it at all; he did that so that he could be a husband and father. Also, it doesn’t matter why he decided to fight - Rumple was brave in any case.

I also disagree about Belle coming to believe the world is evil and dark; on the contrary, she retains her optimistic outlook on life. She knows that something evil “has taken root” in Rumple- she said that to Regina- so she knows that he is not evil. In fact she knows him to be a good man underneath all that.

I think I should have worded some of my sentences differently. XD Then again it was 3 am when I wrote what I did (I get really caught up in my writing). When I said that Rumple’s not a good guy I meant the idea of a a good guy. Like Charming or Superman are good guys, those white knight running up on a valiant steed types. The ones that are so good and so perfect that you root for them, even though they can sometimes come across as flat and boring characters.

Rumple, to me, is more of a grayish character, one that’s not wholly good but not pure evil. He’s human. He has done evil things and he has done some without remorse, at least that’s what I saw when it came to the maid him and Bae had that he killed, but you can understand where he’s coming from and why he does what he does. Him killing the maid, though, may have been more of a product of the Dark Curse than him. He just became the Dark One and I think the Dark Curse has a mind of its own at times, he may not have been able to control the curses’ bloodlust. Later on in the series, after he loses Bae, we see a Dark One who’s more in control of himself, less erratic and he never does anything purely malicious.

I adore Rumple and I agree that he is a good man and a wonderful father. He’s brave and like Belle said, “His heart is true.” Rumple has a tremendous amount of love to give and he does everything with his loved ones in mind. He injured himself to get back to his family alive, to escape his foretold death and that alone took tremendous courage. He knew what was going to happen to him once he got back home. He knew he’d be ridiculed and ostracized for being a “coward” but he took that chance because he already loved his unborn son so much that he couldn’t bear to have him go through the life that Rumple himself went through. That’s true love, that’s being a hero.

My idea of an evil character doesn’t come close to what or who Rumple is. I don’t think he’s evil at all, more misunderstood than anything else. When I think of a purely evil character the only thing that comes to my mind is the Joker from Batman. I haven’t read all of the comics nor have I seen all of the things that he’s in but from what I got about the Joker as a character is that he’s true evil. He kills and destroys without any conscience. In fact he does it for fun, for profit, because he truly enjoys the pain and suffering of others. Rumple is definitely not that kind of man.

I agree about Belle and her feelings about Rumple. What I meant was that she had lead a sheltered life until the Ogre War and didn’t know the true capabilities of cruel people. She doesn’t see the world as dark and evil but she knows that there are people out there who are willing and able to do cruel and evil things. For Belle to go through what she did with Regina and come out of it still as optimistic and loving as she was when she was still naive takes a very large and loving heart. I think that this is Belles true power. She’s capable of showing Rumple the true him, the man behind the mask, so to speak. She’s his center, his hope. The one thing that keeps him sane after all of the terrible things he’s been through. She gives him hope when he has none and she is able to keep him from falling over the edge and becoming the monster that others think him to be. 

betsypaige22:

melissabosquez:

betsypaige22:

jarethmylove:

betsypaige22:

pamchenko-twist:

betsypaige22:

onceaddict:

betsypaige22:

onceaddict:

betsypaige22:

pamchenko-twist:

betsypaige22:

pamchenko-twist:

fairytaleasoldastime:

@emiliederavin: #rumbelle #honeymoon @robertcarlye #ouat http://t.co/fwKWcMjhHE

WHAT?!?!?! I leave to pick up my car from the shop and come back to this!!! BRB, dying…







LOL the Dorothy one, lol……. Is that what Belle told Gold?

LOL, yes. And they have the Caddy because they need it to transport all of the condoms they just bought at Storybrooke’s Costco.

LOL Gold’s trunk won’t be able to be used for the Smee’s and Hook’s of the world…. 
There’s nothing in the world that the Golden Girls haven’t covered, lol


Haha Pamchenko was NOT ready! xD

Is anyone ever, really?


No one was ready for that!

Are we all going to need to stay up all night and do this?

I could do the below reading Rumbelle porn!


I love Dorothy. And then there’s Blanche:


I love intelligent, sarcastic characters, so Dorothy has always been my favorite….
As to Blanche, well….I think these say it all:





Why not? i love Rumbelle and The Golden Girls. ^_^
Rumbelle:






Best combination ever, lol



I love how this turned into a Golden Girls post. That’s the best show ever.

It really is; I’m addicted to it and I can quote so much of it. Golden Girls is almost never off the air- it’s amazing; it’s a truly groundbreaking comedy

I’ve always loved the Golden Girls and the Nanny. I grew up watching both. The funny thing is that the Golden Girls was a new type of show, it was ground-breaking. and alot of people (including those who wrote and produced the show) thought it was going to fail. Because, honestly, how many people wanna watch a show about 4 women in their 50s living together. (I think one of the people interviewed actually said that). But it was a hit and the fact that this show had all 4 women, including 80-something year old Sophia, portrayed as women who were still interested in sex and men and openly talked about it, without being crude, was marvelous.
The fact that the Golden Girls made a ton, and I do mean a ton, of sexual innuendos and even went as far as to being openly sexual in their talks and mannerisms and still be about older women living their lives was, and still is, amazing. The show allowed us to realize that, even though you’re getting older that doesn’t mean that your life is over. You can go out and have fun. You can still be interested in dates and movies and many other things. You can make a difference in someones life even when those around you don’t think you can.
There’s also the fact that they not only touched upon, but openly discussed, certain prejudices on the show. Blanche had a GAY brother and she couldn’t fathom WHY he was gay and was weird-ed out by it. Dorothy’s son fell in love with an African American woman twice his age and she didn’t understand his reasoning behind him wanting to marry someone who was closer to her own age than his. Dorothy had a friend who was a lesbian and fell in love with Rose and Dorothy was worried about telling her friends about her friend being gay. Blanches daughter decided to have a child via artificial insemination and all of the women in the house were disgusted by it. Sophia had a son who was a cross-dresser and his wife was a mechanic. Blanche didn’t want to date a man in a wheelchair because he was in a wheelchair, she did the same thing to a blind man because he was blind. 
The women had prejudices and had to work through them and the ones listed above were all of the things they had to work through. Blanche was able to accept her brother’s being gay and him marrying his partner after she discussed it with the other ladies in the house and realized that it didn’t matter if her brother was gay, he was still her brother and she loved him. Dorothy came to terms with her son marrying an older woman after she realized that he was going to do it whether or not she wanted him to and if she wanted him in her life she would have to accept his choices. The women in the house quickly realized that Dorothy’s gay friend was a wonderful woman who just happened to be attracted to other woman and that was fine because love is love. Blanche came to accept her daughters choice to become pregnant on her own after discussing it with her friends and even though all the women still felt odd and grossed out by the process they realized that, in modern times, it’s normal for a woman to be a single mother and do what she wants with her life. Sophia came to terms with her son being a cross-dresser and realized that that was just part of who he was and it didn’t change the fact that he was a good man and husband. Blanche realized that disabilities, or lack there of, shouldn’t be the reason to make or break a relationship.
Mind that this show was made in the mid to late eighties and the early nineties, the prejudices of each woman were things that were considered to be the norm back then. The fact that the show gave off a portrayal of love and understanding for different types of people while still showing that prejudices still occur was what made it so real and made it hit home for many people. Different beliefs and certain prejudices are a part of life, you’re going to be confronted by them, they’re there but how you react to them is something that only you can decide. 
Did I mention that they also openly discussed sexually transmitted diseases? in one episode Rose found out that she may have gotten AIDS from a blood transfusion and she becomes frightened about her future. She gets angry at the fact that she may have gotten the disease while Blanche, the promiscuous one of the group, did not have it. Blanche, then goes on to tell her that she’d been tested because she may have gotten the disease herself from on of her partner’s long ago. Blanche then goes on to berate Rose about her feelings on the disease, saying “AIDS is not a bad persons’ disease, Rose. It’s not God punishing us for our sins.” She then goes on to tell Rose how that scare made her turn he life around and begin to practice methods of safe sex. Rose worries that her boyfriend, Miles, and the girls won’t want to be around her if she happens to have AIDS and Dorothy quickly steps in to tell her that it isn’t true. “Isn’t that up to Miles to decide?” The girls make a pact that they will stay together and help Rose even if the results come back positive. Again, late 80’s early 90’s, a time when AIDS research was still being developed and there were no magical cocktails to make one feel better.
This brings me back to rumbelle. We all know that Rumple isn’t a good guy, he’s done terrible, horrible things that he’s perfectly fine with. But you also have to take into account the way he was treated for so long. He was abandoned by his father and left with two spinster Aunts who taught him how to spin thread, what would have been considered a woman’s profession back then. He gave himself an injury to get out of fighting a war that, lets face it, he only went to fight so that he could get past the looming shadow of his father’s past. He came back to a home where his wife verbally abused him, yes, she abused him, and the rest of the town used him as their own personally kicking post. He suffered from the prejudices of his time and they twisted and broke practically all of the light in him. 
Now Belle was on the other side of the spectrum. She was raised by a wealthy, noble father who, despite the dumb idea with the mine, loved her and sheltered her from the worlds evils. She had duties and responsibilities that came with her station but she didn’t let the fear and pressure of an upcoming, albeit not loving, marriage that was certainly only for the political alliance it would secure, beat away at her hope and courage. Belle had never known hunger and humiliation like Rumple did. She was sheltered from the world and doesn’t really understand his reasoning for doing the evil things he does. At least that’s how it is at first.
As Belle finally realizes that the world can be cruel and wicked she still doesn’t allow the darkness of the world change her pure heart and that’s something that Rumple desperately needs. Hope and love are at the center of Rumbelle. They show the viewers that love is a beautiful thing, full of layers. It’s not something you can control and it’s not something that can be forced. You love who you love and that’s that. Love doesn’t care if you’re old, young, healthy, sick, beaten, battered, bruised, strong, weak etc. etc, Love can heal the deepest hurts, can make the weak strong, the cowardly brave. It can move mountains, tame oceans. Love it the greatest force in all of the lands. 

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WHAT?!?!?! I leave to pick up my car from the shop and come back to this!!! BRB, dying…

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LOL the Dorothy one, lol……. Is that what Belle told Gold?

LOL, yes. And they have the Caddy because they need it to transport all of the condoms they just bought at Storybrooke’s Costco.

LOL Gold’s trunk won’t be able to be used for the Smee’s and Hook’s of the world…. 

There’s nothing in the world that the Golden Girls haven’t covered, lol

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Haha Pamchenko was NOT ready! xD

Is anyone ever, really?

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No one was ready for that!

Are we all going to need to stay up all night and do this?

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I could do the below reading Rumbelle porn!

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I love Dorothy. And then there’s Blanche:

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I love intelligent, sarcastic characters, so Dorothy has always been my favorite….

As to Blanche, well….I think these say it all:

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Why not? i love Rumbelle and The Golden Girls. ^_^

Rumbelle:

Best combination ever, lol

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I love how this turned into a Golden Girls post. That’s the best show ever.

It really is; I’m addicted to it and I can quote so much of it. Golden Girls is almost never off the air- it’s amazing; it’s a truly groundbreaking comedy

I’ve always loved the Golden Girls and the Nanny. I grew up watching both. The funny thing is that the Golden Girls was a new type of show, it was ground-breaking. and alot of people (including those who wrote and produced the show) thought it was going to fail. Because, honestly, how many people wanna watch a show about 4 women in their 50s living together. (I think one of the people interviewed actually said that). But it was a hit and the fact that this show had all 4 women, including 80-something year old Sophia, portrayed as women who were still interested in sex and men and openly talked about it, without being crude, was marvelous.

The fact that the Golden Girls made a ton, and I do mean a ton, of sexual innuendos and even went as far as to being openly sexual in their talks and mannerisms and still be about older women living their lives was, and still is, amazing. The show allowed us to realize that, even though you’re getting older that doesn’t mean that your life is over. You can go out and have fun. You can still be interested in dates and movies and many other things. You can make a difference in someones life even when those around you don’t think you can.

There’s also the fact that they not only touched upon, but openly discussed, certain prejudices on the show. Blanche had a GAY brother and she couldn’t fathom WHY he was gay and was weird-ed out by it. Dorothy’s son fell in love with an African American woman twice his age and she didn’t understand his reasoning behind him wanting to marry someone who was closer to her own age than his. Dorothy had a friend who was a lesbian and fell in love with Rose and Dorothy was worried about telling her friends about her friend being gay. Blanches daughter decided to have a child via artificial insemination and all of the women in the house were disgusted by it. Sophia had a son who was a cross-dresser and his wife was a mechanic. Blanche didn’t want to date a man in a wheelchair because he was in a wheelchair, she did the same thing to a blind man because he was blind. 

The women had prejudices and had to work through them and the ones listed above were all of the things they had to work through. Blanche was able to accept her brother’s being gay and him marrying his partner after she discussed it with the other ladies in the house and realized that it didn’t matter if her brother was gay, he was still her brother and she loved him. Dorothy came to terms with her son marrying an older woman after she realized that he was going to do it whether or not she wanted him to and if she wanted him in her life she would have to accept his choices. The women in the house quickly realized that Dorothy’s gay friend was a wonderful woman who just happened to be attracted to other woman and that was fine because love is love. Blanche came to accept her daughters choice to become pregnant on her own after discussing it with her friends and even though all the women still felt odd and grossed out by the process they realized that, in modern times, it’s normal for a woman to be a single mother and do what she wants with her life. Sophia came to terms with her son being a cross-dresser and realized that that was just part of who he was and it didn’t change the fact that he was a good man and husband. Blanche realized that disabilities, or lack there of, shouldn’t be the reason to make or break a relationship.

Mind that this show was made in the mid to late eighties and the early nineties, the prejudices of each woman were things that were considered to be the norm back then. The fact that the show gave off a portrayal of love and understanding for different types of people while still showing that prejudices still occur was what made it so real and made it hit home for many people. Different beliefs and certain prejudices are a part of life, you’re going to be confronted by them, they’re there but how you react to them is something that only you can decide. 

Did I mention that they also openly discussed sexually transmitted diseases? in one episode Rose found out that she may have gotten AIDS from a blood transfusion and she becomes frightened about her future. She gets angry at the fact that she may have gotten the disease while Blanche, the promiscuous one of the group, did not have it. Blanche, then goes on to tell her that she’d been tested because she may have gotten the disease herself from on of her partner’s long ago. Blanche then goes on to berate Rose about her feelings on the disease, saying “AIDS is not a bad persons’ disease, Rose. It’s not God punishing us for our sins.” She then goes on to tell Rose how that scare made her turn he life around and begin to practice methods of safe sex. Rose worries that her boyfriend, Miles, and the girls won’t want to be around her if she happens to have AIDS and Dorothy quickly steps in to tell her that it isn’t true. “Isn’t that up to Miles to decide?” The girls make a pact that they will stay together and help Rose even if the results come back positive. Again, late 80’s early 90’s, a time when AIDS research was still being developed and there were no magical cocktails to make one feel better.

This brings me back to rumbelle. We all know that Rumple isn’t a good guy, he’s done terrible, horrible things that he’s perfectly fine with. But you also have to take into account the way he was treated for so long. He was abandoned by his father and left with two spinster Aunts who taught him how to spin thread, what would have been considered a woman’s profession back then. He gave himself an injury to get out of fighting a war that, lets face it, he only went to fight so that he could get past the looming shadow of his father’s past. He came back to a home where his wife verbally abused him, yes, she abused him, and the rest of the town used him as their own personally kicking post. He suffered from the prejudices of his time and they twisted and broke practically all of the light in him. 

Now Belle was on the other side of the spectrum. She was raised by a wealthy, noble father who, despite the dumb idea with the mine, loved her and sheltered her from the worlds evils. She had duties and responsibilities that came with her station but she didn’t let the fear and pressure of an upcoming, albeit not loving, marriage that was certainly only for the political alliance it would secure, beat away at her hope and courage. Belle had never known hunger and humiliation like Rumple did. She was sheltered from the world and doesn’t really understand his reasoning for doing the evil things he does. At least that’s how it is at first.

As Belle finally realizes that the world can be cruel and wicked she still doesn’t allow the darkness of the world change her pure heart and that’s something that Rumple desperately needs. Hope and love are at the center of Rumbelle. They show the viewers that love is a beautiful thing, full of layers. It’s not something you can control and it’s not something that can be forced. You love who you love and that’s that. Love doesn’t care if you’re old, young, healthy, sick, beaten, battered, bruised, strong, weak etc. etc, Love can heal the deepest hurts, can make the weak strong, the cowardly brave. It can move mountains, tame oceans. Love it the greatest force in all of the lands. 

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@emiliederavin: #rumbelle #honeymoon @robertcarlye #ouat http://t.co/fwKWcMjhHE

WHAT?!?!?! I leave to pick up my car from the shop and come back to this!!! BRB, dying…







LOL the Dorothy one, lol……. Is that what Belle told Gold?

LOL, yes. And they have the Caddy because they need it to transport all of the condoms they just bought at Storybrooke’s Costco.

LOL Gold’s trunk won’t be able to be used for the Smee’s and Hook’s of the world…. 
There’s nothing in the world that the Golden Girls haven’t covered, lol


Haha Pamchenko was NOT ready! xD

Is anyone ever, really?


No one was ready for that!

Are we all going to need to stay up all night and do this?

I could do the below reading Rumbelle porn!


I love Dorothy. And then there’s Blanche:


I love intelligent, sarcastic characters, so Dorothy has always been my favorite….
As to Blanche, well….I think these say it all:





Why not? i love Rumbelle and The Golden Girls. ^_^
Rumbelle:






Best combination ever, lol



Hehe Thank you.
 
I think this sums it up for rumbelle:

Then there’s the waiting:




But the Honeymoon!!!!



Then there’re the anti-rumbellers:

To which we respond with:

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@emiliederavin: #rumbelle #honeymoon @robertcarlye #ouat http://t.co/fwKWcMjhHE

WHAT?!?!?! I leave to pick up my car from the shop and come back to this!!! BRB, dying…

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LOL the Dorothy one, lol……. Is that what Belle told Gold?

LOL, yes. And they have the Caddy because they need it to transport all of the condoms they just bought at Storybrooke’s Costco.

LOL Gold’s trunk won’t be able to be used for the Smee’s and Hook’s of the world…. 

There’s nothing in the world that the Golden Girls haven’t covered, lol

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Haha Pamchenko was NOT ready! xD

Is anyone ever, really?

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No one was ready for that!

Are we all going to need to stay up all night and do this?

image

I could do the below reading Rumbelle porn!

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I love Dorothy. And then there’s Blanche:

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I love intelligent, sarcastic characters, so Dorothy has always been my favorite….

As to Blanche, well….I think these say it all:

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Why not? i love Rumbelle and The Golden Girls. ^_^

Rumbelle:

Best combination ever, lol

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Hehe Thank you.

 

I think this sums it up for rumbelle:

Then there’s the waiting:

But the Honeymoon!!!!

Then there’re the anti-rumbellers:

To which we respond with: