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Multi fandom blog & gif maker.
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Vikings (Athelstan/Ragnar - Athelnar).
George Blagden (Tblag with Travis Fimmel).
James McAvoy (McFassy with Michael Fassbender).
X-Men (Charles Xavier/Erik Lehnsherr - Cherik)
And then the occasional Sherlock, Merlin, Supernatural, Harry Potter, Atlantis, Red Dwarf, Kingdom Hearts, Hannibal and anything else that takes my fancy.
Could have NSFW content.
It’s impossible to decided which Athelstan to like best. Sweet cute innocent fluffy priest boy of season 1, or long-haired bloody hot sexy viking man mess of season 2.
Because on one hand:
And on the other hand:
THIS MAN FULFILS EACH END OF THE FEMALE BRAIN ATTRACTIVENESS SPECTRUM!
"I want to corrupt that."
"I want to follow that into battle."
I’m beginning to feel like you’re on a rather unusual rollercoaster ride.
I agree. One minute everything is going brilliantly the next hell has broken loose. There’s no middle ground.
Ok, slight worrying set-back on the whole house moving thing. The council don’t want to pay for my Nan to live in a care home, which means we’ll have to pay somewhere for her which means we’ll lose a third of the house money to her which means no Scotland. Or anywhere else for that matter because i won’t be able to get a place ANYWHERE and I will be homeless.
So, yes, just a slight set-back.
(About the 'mind the glass' thing.) Yep, "mind the glass" is a very British way of saying it, from an American perspective. We tell people to watch, not mind. For example, if someone isn't paying attention and is about to bump their head on something, we'd tell them "watch your head," not "mind the (object)." So, yeah; an American would've said "watch the glass" or, more likely, "heads up." :)
Huh, you learn something new everyday.
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