Sorry I'm No SupermodelI am fat.
Sure, I lost 3 stone, but hell! That's not enough!
I mean, my jeans only say 'S' inside the label for Christ's sake!
No X before it.
Oh sure, I work out every day for 3 hours, but who cares about that right?
It doesn't matter that I can't choose my big boned genetics,
Or that I have muscle, and could outrun you any day.
Fact is, I'm not size 0.
And so what if I haven't eaten chocolate,
Or ice cream, or pizza, or chips
Or anything else that tastes nice,
That you enjoy daily,
For 6 months?
I mean, just because I pass out sometimes from hunger.
No excuse right?
I guess you never look at me for long enough to see the ribs that protrude through my skin.
Or stop to take a glance and see how my arms are so slim.
Or wonder what damage I'm doing within.
Because I am fat.
But I want to be thin.
SplinterI can't stop it. I can't control
What is wrong, and what is real.
I barely know what's in my mind,
In my soul what can I feel?
Am I only half alive,
Or am I simply not yet dead?
All this pain within my heart,
is it really just in my head?
Do tears flow down my cheeks,
Is this an imagined flood?
Am I going insane from pain,
When it starts raining blood?
Has the sun given way to storm,
Or have I just shut my eyes?
Did I hear you calling to me,
Surly just my own saddened sigh?
Madness is pulling in,
I know my mind is gone
The moment you say 'I love you'.
Yes. This world, is wrong.
Electric DreamThunder clap. Shakes me through,
As lightning sparks between us two.
Look deep into my eyes,
Feel the feather of my sigh,
The tingling trace of finger tips
Across broad shoulders, neck, lips.
Pull me to you, hold me, close.
My heartbeat roaring through my clothes,
Press me against the cold stone wall,
Lift me up, don't let me fall.
Kiss me like I've never been kissed before,
Leave me breathless, gasping, begging for more.
Rain pours down, flooding the skin,
Water, sweat. Lips part, let you in.
Tasting, tongues dance, passion ignites,
A fire burns within us, on this cold, stormy night.
How To Fan Fiction - A Guide - Fanfiction and YouHello, and welcome to How to Fan Fiction.
I suppose the immediate question that comes to mind is; why write a guide to fanfiction? Simple, really - I have an ego the size of Tejas and I want to dispense my quote-unquote 'wisdom' onto others. So, like a rambling old man, I have emerged from my doom bunker to sit on a reasonable comfortable computer chair and ramble aimlessly for a large portion of time.
Before I begin, I would like to thank all of the artists whose work we viciously pilfer to create our own bizarre stories. Without you, this world would be a much more boring place.
Without further ado, sit back, relax and enjoy my handy guide on writing fiction in other people's worlds. And really, why not do that? Ours is boring.
So why write fan fiction?
In the modern age of the internet and mass pop culture, fanfic has become a legitimate form of art . Whole communities have sprun
LOK: Remembrances Review
Hey everyone. Welcome to the review of the next episode of Korra, and...huh. Didn’t expect this to happen.
Yes ladies and gentlemen, we’ve had a recap episode. The bane of many anime fans and the quick way out for animators to save a bit of money. I was initially annoyed by this, but doing some research I later found out that this was down to Nickelodeon slashing down funding of one episodes amount.
So once again we have Nickelodeon to blame for this shows problems...on three children. One, two, three:
With that aptly said, how does the actual episode hold up? Let’s find out in this...quite shorter than usual review!
Mako Training Wu
After my complaint about last episode not progressing Wu in the slightest, many were quick to mention that Mako would be training Wu in how to defend himself. I was curious...but I kinda knew they were gonna play it more for laughs than anything. My hope was though that it would finally get the ball rolling
How To Fan Fiction - A Guide - Planning
Hello, and welcome back to How to Fanfiction. Today were are going to cover one of the most vital stages of writing - planning.
"I don't know about you, Monty, but I've got a really good feeling about these ice-aircraft-carriers."
Dwight D. Eisenhower once said that 'plans are worthless, but planning is essential.' What he meant by this was that any planned operation could be expected to go wrong when being executed, but as long as you plan for these eventualities, you'll be pretty fine. Ike was talking about the battlefield and politics, of course, but his maxim can easily be applied to everyday life - you can't predict every event of the day, but you can prepare for the eventuality that something will go wrong.
The first step to writing a story is to work out the narrative. You might have heard of this if you did English class in school. There are many different ways to describe narr
SithVamp Reviews: A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
Welcome to another episode of SithVamp Reviews! Well, since it’s almost Thanksgiving and I don’t know any other Thanksgiving specials or movies, I decided to take a look at the Charlie Brown Thanksgiving.
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving came out in 1973. The movie opens with Lucy, being the mean girl that she is, tricking Charlie Brown into kicking a football. Charlie Brown runs, but as usual, Lucy pulls the ball away and Charlie Brown flies in the air then falls flat on his back. Wow Lucy, you really do enjoy making people almost kill themselves, don’t you? You sadistic little bitch…
Anyway, that football gag has nothing to do with the story. We then see Charlie Brown and Sally walking home from school, and Sally thinks that Holidays are kind of stupid: she says she went to the store to buy a “Turkey tree”, but all the store had was Christmas trees. Sally is also mad, because of all the homework she and the other kids have to do during the break.
SithVamp Reviews: The Rocketeer
Welcome to another episode of SithVamp Reviews. Superman, Batman, Spider-Man, Wolverine, Iron Man, the Hulk, Deadpool, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Captain America and the Flash; names that will live forever in the history of Superheroes. But there is one hero, whose name was never included with the greats. Why is it that the name of the Rocketeer has slipped under the radar? Well, let’s take a look at Disney’s live action movie from the early 90s called “The Rocketeer”, and let’s find out!
The Rocketeer came out in 1991. The movie is set in the 1930s, during WWII. The movie opens at an airfield, where our main character, Cliff Secord is getting ready to take flight on his plane. As he flies, Cliff sees a car-chase: it’s gangsters trying to get away from the FBI, because they have something in a box that says “Authorized Personnel Only”. The gangsters notice Cliff flying above them, so they shoot at his plane, hitting its fuel tank. The c
SWR: Empire Day Review
Hey everyone. Here’s the new review of the latest episode. Enjoy!
Anyone else notice how much...darker this episode looked and felt compared to previous episodes? The show has largely kept a bright-ish feel to it even at its darker moments, but this one was very heavy on the shadows and the comedy was severely toned down this episode.
Not that I’m complaining. This episode was clearly intended to be grimmer due to the focus of the story, and that came across quite nicely. The tone of the episode got across its main focus of this episode and that was the loss Ezra – and by extension everyone under the Empire’s rule – has suffered due to the Empire, and it was done very nicely.
Better yet, this episode nailed the sense of oppression that filled every scene. I was impressed by how many quiet moments there were with surprising amount of tension. Moments like when the Ghost crew were being watched by the Stormtrooper or the Rodian shiv
An Analysis of Kisame HoshigakiAn analysis of Kisame Hoshigaki’s character
Note: this is very, very, very, very long and while I don’t reference everything, unless I explicitly say so everything does come from the manga.
To start this analysis we have to start with the canon material. What do we know about Kisame before he joined Akatsuki?
1. Kisame’s major point in his early missions was that he had to kill his comrades and it made him wonder about his purpose. Quote : “I knew that from the first time I had to kill my comrades – kill a Kiri ninja as a Kiri ninja. What does that make me? Am I a friend or foe? What is my purpose and my position? Where do I go? Where can I go? I’m well aware that my entire life has been one giant lie.”
a. Okay let’s talk about this first. By killing his own comrades Kisame was forced to realize his own place. He was a K
Big Hero 6In the past, I've brought up that we have entered into a new Renaissance Era for Disney. “Wreck-It Ralph” and “Frozen” were both films that I really did enjoy with every fiber of my being, despite my doubt and low expectations. And yet, both times Disney has proven me wrong, and the films were extremely good. Now that Disney owns a mass majority of Marvel, you think they would take advantage of that opportunity and make their own Marvel film with their name attached to it. Well, look no further, for we have “Big Hero 6.”
Loosely based on the comic of the same name, “Big Hero 6” tells the story of Hiro Hamada, a teenage genius who lives in the futuristic city of San Fransokyo. When his brother, Tadashi, is killed in a fiery explosion, Hiro decides to team up with Tadashi's friends and his robot, Baymax, to apprehend the perpetrator and save the city.
It does sound like the typical superhero film, and in a way it is. But the way that its ha
Reivew: The Simpsons GuyReview: The Simpsons Guy
Crossovers can be a tricky thing. Elements from the series involved and coming together can result into something wonderful and exciting, and other times can have less than desired results. In my experience I have had viewed a great number of crossovers, some I have enjoyed greatly, like Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars and the Sonic the Hedgehog/Megaman event, and some I have not so much enjoyed, such as Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who and Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel. And there have been ones that fit somewhere in the middle, an example being the crossover featuring The Looney Tunes and Groovy Ghoulies. (Google it.)
In the case of The Simpsons Guy, I would say this one would fall into the final category. Truth is my enjoyment of The Simpsons has certainly evaporated as time has gone on, but I still love the early seasons. And with Family Guy, it's somewhat been the same, just not to the same extent. And for years I seen various parodies about the ide
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