today my best friend asked me “why cinderella’s shoe fell off if it fit her perfectly”
In the original story the prince ordered one of his servants to put liquid tar on the staircase to stop her from running away. The shoe got stuck on the tar.
That is a liiiiittle bit creepy
LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT THE BROTHERS GRIMM FAIRYTALES HONEY
Confession: While I want to let Loghain live at the Landsmeet and join the wardens, I don’t want to condemn Alistair (even hardened) to a loveless existence with the constant threat that his evil wife Anora will see him dead once she has a child. I dislike Anora - intensely. Of course, it’s likely they won’t have a child, but then after a year or so she’ll want another mate believing the third time is the the charm - so he’s dead either way. Not the end I want for him.
I don’t even know where to start with this one. So… I’ll just say that Anora is not evil, and you clearly don’t understand her at all.
…so many things wrong here but aside from the obvious Anora is not evil, OP does realize that she didn’t even WANT to marry the second time, right…?
want another mate…
Dragon’s Breath is a very gorgeous type of opal made into many types of jewelry.
They look like gateways to other dimensions… :O
That top left one looks like it’s plotting to take over Middle Earth
Anonymous asked: Do you have any advice for someone who is trying to build a fantasy world map?
Renaissance High Fashion —- The Codpiece
During the 1500’s men’s fashion certainly took a turn towards the weird. By the late middle ages and early Renaissance period the typical outfit for an upper class gentleman was a doublet combined with tight hose or leggings worn over a layer of linen. However by the early 1500’s fashion dictated that male hemlines rise, leaving his genitals only to be covered by a thin layer of linen. The solution of this embarrassing problem was to cover the groin with a large piece of padded cloth to better hide a man’s gibblets. However by the mid 1500’s the styles of codpieces shifted to emphasize the size of a man’s exposed manhood rather than conceal. Codpieces were made in a wide variety of sizes, shapes, and decorations to further accentuate its wearers manhood. Men of the age were literally in a chauvinistic contest of male genitalia exhibitionism as kings, emperors, and nobles wore larger and gaudier codpieces to show off their large pieces. On occasions suits of jousting armor were made with large, inconspicuous steel pieces. Fortunately by the late 1500’s codpiece mania began to wane so that by the 1600’s the codpiece was dropped from men’s fashion altogether.
Spanish fashion designer invents cloths-spray
THIS IS THE RADDEST THING I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY ENTIRE LIFE
Shepard’s got her priorities straight.
An anon from last night suggested Gastly/Hitmonchan HOPE THIS IS GOOD ENOUGH