Zoe, 19, UK.
Say 'hey' to someone whose life has been taken over by fictional characters and flawless actresses without her say so.
No seriously... say 'hey' because I feel as if most people on here are as crazy as me and that's a nice feeling. :)
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things i learned in ancient greek art today:

  • Achilles had a gay lover 
  • Zeus had a boy toy that he thought was pretty so he snatched him up and made him into his wine bitch and kept him under his throne on olympus always
  • there was a woman who wanted to be a man so Poseidon changed her sex and then made him impervious to metal weapons to boot
  • They made Aphrodite marry a lame and ugly guy and to retaliate she slept with everyone, but mostly Ares.

sounds like high school

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just so we’re clear if i ever become famous you guys totally have my 100% permission to use me to get back at any bitches who teased you in school like im not even kidding just send me a message with your situation and i will fly my ass out to your high school reunion or whatever and be your +1 and we can regale all the bitches with the fantastic stories of our foolhardy adventures and THEY WILL NEVER KNOW

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When Regina and Robin get back together, every argument they have would go like this: Regina:"bla bla bla" Robin:"You killed my wife!" Regina:"..." The end.




Or not.

I doubt Robin would ever say something like that. I believe they would never mention it, because it’s a wound too painful for both sides. Besides, Robin is too much of a gentleman to hurt Regina deliberately.

My personal head canon is that after this entire mess is over, they promise each other never to bring it up during fights. Robin cannot use Marian against Regina, and Regina cannot use the fact that he left her against him. 


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Regal Believer Appreciation Week

Day One: Favorite Mommy/Son moment(s)

Those little moments that you’d expect to see a mother and son have. Spending time together, telling each other stories, her tucking him in to bed at night. Small things that they’ve probably done a million times before but are probably that much more special and cherished now after their rift and separation.