Q:DC or Marvel
I wouldn’t date either one of them, I don’t buy into this “Corporations are people” nonsense.
(But, for comics, Marvel.)
Q:Poison Ivy or Harley Quinn?
Harley. I just don’t see Ivy as being too interested in me.
Q:Darth Sidious or Voldemort
Darth Sidious. I’m pretty sure that hanging out on Coruscant is better than palling around with Death Eaters.
Q:black widow or catwoman
Black Widow, absolutely.
Q:Hi! Could we get some tags during this spree of Natalie if possible? if not, understandable. Thanks in either case!
Done and done, tagged “Natalie Dormer Spam”
Q:HELLO HI IS IT TMI FRIDAY NIGHT YET BECAUSE I AM STUCK AT HOME AND WAS REALLY JUST GOING TO GET SOME SHIT DONE BUT ENDED UP BASICALLY TALKING MYSELF HALFWAY TO A SUB DROP AND NOW I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO please send Natalie Dormer stat or really just anyone who might be okay with stroking my hair on the sofa I have cookies.
Hey, if you need somewhere to unload your thoughts, anon, feel free. In the meantime, I’ll do the best I can- post Natalie Dormer.
Q:You know what I was writing about. You're just too insecure to publicly acknowledge it so you instead turn to criticizing a gray avatar that is telling you that no one really cares in the grand scheme of things what your preference of characters are.
Let’s be real here, anon, I post a lot of things and there are people who angst about it from time to time. I can’t tell from a few words if you’re in a tizzy because of something I’ve recently posted, or something months ago that you’ve just stumbled across in a reblog. And you know what the difference between those two situations is?
Not a single fucking thing, because it’s my blog and I, again, don’t actually care if you like what I post or not. You’re allowed, nay, encouraged to unfollow me if this is such a problem for you. That’s the beauty of the internet. You don’t have to read anything I post, and I don’t have to pretend I give a shit about your opinions on what I write.
My criticism had nothing to do with the anonymity- or the hypocrisy of hiding behind anon and accusing someone else of being insecure. It had everything to do with the fact that, literally, no one cares what your opinion is on how someone else should run their blog.
Q:No one cares
Anon, I don’t know what you intended to write here, but it seems you’ve deleted it and just written the appropriate response to your ask. Bravo, anon. Well done.
Q:Malcolm Reynolds, Han Solo, Jean-Luc Picard, James T Kirk, Devon Woodcomb.
Q:Rank all of the Dragon Age: Origins companions! Go!
That top three is my usual party.
Q:∴ % G ç ‽
That’s all that matters to me, it’s my favorite punctuation mark.
Q:Mr. Body (Clue Movie), Peter Pettiegrew, Yakko Warner, Atreyu, and Commissioner Gordon (Batman the animated series version)
- Mr. Boddy
- Commissioner Gordon
- Yakko Warner
- Peter Pettigrew
But if it was Wakko instead of Yakko? He would have been first.
Q:Happy Sunday! I love your blog, and I hope I'm not asking too much, but is there any chance you could tag for food? Particularly chocolate? I was a total chocoholic but I recently became deathly allergic, and it makes me really sad to see chocolate. Even if it's too inconvenient for you, thanks for reading my ask!
Of course, I’ll try my best to remember to. Sorry, anon!
Q:Librarian anon here (only anon because I don't have a tumblr). I have read the first few Kushiel's Dart books, but then I went to library school and my eyes went wonky for a couple of years. When surgery brought them back, the books had multiplied to daunting numbers. Have you read Anne Bishop's Black Jewels books?
Oh, I meant to primarily aim the question towards the original anon, but I forget “hey, anon” isn’t a terribly specific address. *laughs* I’m slowly working my way through the Kushiel books, they’re great. And I haven’t read the Black Jewel books, but… someone on my dash (imanerdinibblenipbitechompgnaw?) was talking about really liking them, I’ll have to check them out!
Q:Uh um would you happen to know of any good romance novels or novels with good romance in them? Bonus points if there is bdsm.
Okay, romance novels aren’t exactly my strongest suit, I tend a little more towards the erotica end of the scale? For romance, I’ve been reading Nora Roberts lately, and I like her stuff. I’d also highly recommend the Iron Seas series by Meljean Brook, they’re this awesome steampunk series with a heavy romance element to them. My wife recommends the The Submissive Trilogy by Tara Sue Me- she says they’re what people should read instead of Fifty Shades of Grey, with better writing, a grasp of what BDSM is about, and realistic character development. And she also recommended Opal Carew, since some of her stuff is BDSM and some of it is poly/threesome/etc.
Anyone else have recommendations?