puellapeanut

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- Sucks to your ass-mar!

portlybibliophile asked: Thanks for making that post about 'Emma.' I'm basically gonna reread the entire thing because of you.

I simply love that series - it is my second all time favorite romance manga after Maison Ikkoku. I’m glad so many people are going to read it - it is so well written and historically accurate after all.

I’m re-reading Victorian Romance Emma myself actually! :D

Dear Subkam shippers

sealandangel:

puellapeanut:

sealandangel:

First off,ship whatever the bloody hell you please I’m not here to sink your ship (although I very easily COULD)

But I get it you hate Seishirou(guess what I DONT CARE) BUT STAY THE BLOODY FUCKING HELL OUT OF THE SEISUB TAG. WOULD YOU LIKE IT IF I CAME INTO THE SUBKAM TAG AND STARTED RAMBLING…

Woah, what happened? I haven’t seen any SubKam in the SeiSub tags, but it is always annoying when fandom goes moronic. *Sigh* They really went full retard - you should never go full retard.

it was a long time ago but seriously a lot of subkam shippers make confessions and crap about how subaru deserves to be with kamui and what not. its as you said..moronic

Well, if they’re just commentating they are entitled to their own opinion. It only becomes a problem if they bother someone.

Dear Subkam shippers

sealandangel:

First off,ship whatever the bloody hell you please I’m not here to sink your ship (although I very easily COULD)

But I get it you hate Seishirou(guess what I DONT CARE) BUT STAY THE BLOODY FUCKING HELL OUT OF THE SEISUB TAG. WOULD YOU LIKE IT IF I CAME INTO THE SUBKAM TAG AND STARTED RAMBLING…

Woah, what happened? I haven’t seen any SubKam in the SeiSub tags, but it is always annoying when fandom goes moronic. *Sigh* They really went full retard - you should never go full retard.

Panic! At the Disco

—Nine In the Afternoon (split)

twentydunpilots:

Nine in the Afternoon (split) - Panic! at the Disco left ear is the official studio version from Pretty. Odd. right ear is the official live version from Live in Chicago

download here

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shehasamind asked: Hey! Remember when ages ago (months, really) you recommended me some SeiSub fanfiction and asked me to tell you what I thought of it once I had time? No? It's okay :P I read most of Sakura and Snow and a bit of Nukume Dori so far. I LOVED S&N... till it lost itself by the end. Tbh I think her characterization of Seishi and Subaru was nearly flawless, but she wasn't half as good at handling the other chars and the fanfic was ruined when she tried to include them. (+)

(+) I’ve only read a couple of Nukume Dori chapters, but I don’t think I’ll finish reading this. It saddens me a little, but I don’t think I like her characterization of Subaru. I guess I just don’t see his relationship with Seishirou the same way she does. I’ll probably give her other fanfics a go though. I still haven’t got to reading the Decagram Series. I guess they’ll be my next. x) Thank you very much for the recs!

(I’m merging your two emails together so I can reply to them all at once!)

Yup, I remember, don’t worry ;D

1) Now this is funny: I actually don’t like Sakura and Snow. (Sure, there are some spots I’m fine with, and the writing style is extremely professional and beautifully (beautifully) written…)

…But I dislike the overall story - for starters, I feel it was just so OOC for Seishirou to just take in Subaru from the hospital on a whim, let Subaru live with him, sleep with him that very same evening and whatnot. Even though it was explained, Seishirou just allowing this after not seeing Subaru for ages just felt…Really cracky in such a serious story to me. I also felt that the plot (whatever that was) lost itself over and over in the sexual nature of the story, and even in the…”over descriptiveness” (though the conclusion of the plot was revealed entirely in the epilogue - I’ll get to that in a moment). I (like you) also dislike the way the author wrote the other characters - I feel she didn’t have such a good grasp on them, and their inclusion felt…Out of place somewhat when the story was so intimate and personal. And as for the ending…Well, that was what really killed the story for me fully. The first part with the whole final battle I just could not for the love of me get into - it felt so out of place, messy and just completely out of tune with the rest of the story. And of course the actual ending of the story - no, just no. After all they’ve been though, all the development, suffering…Just to end it like that? Especially with Seishirou realizing the truth and having the most development? I’m fine with downer/tragic endings, but for this particular story I would have not taken that route, especially with all the detailed and rather psychological/introspective characterization and development. I absolutely despise the ending. Absolutely despise it. That was really the crowing moment of no for me.

2) I’m curious, what don’t you like about her characterization of Subaru in Nukume Dori? Not arguing or anything; just genuinely curious.

I personally like her characterization of Subaru: I feel he’s very balanced  in all his characterization from his root series - I feel her writing is just an expansion and growth of his natural personality in her own setting - but that’s just me.

Anyway, I like many different types of characterization for these characters as long as they are written well. The story can be tragic, humorous, romantic, crack (yes, I like crack…lol)..Just as long as they’re written well.

3) You should read what you like, regardless of what anyone says. At the end of the day, we all have our own likes and dislikes when it comes to characterization and personal introspection of the story and its characters. I think fandom in general puts way too much pressure on fans to like things “in a certain way” and for all that talk about individuality in the fandom, people still get bashed and hated on for personal opinion. I’ve noticed this many a time in CLAMP to mention one, and the fandom fights and snooty behavior are utterly ridiculous. What makes a fandom good, is having multiple viewpoints and opinions on things - that is what makes it diverse, and a welcoming place for everyone. People can find something they like because of the diversity and inclusion of everyone’s ideas/feelings. Being a fan is not limited to a certain viewpoint, or set of “fandom rules”. Many a time, we take ourselves far too seriously over a set of beloved, but completely fictional stories and characters. 

Anyway, I hope you find a story to your liking! Good luck :)

CLAMP’s take on love, as explained in a conversation on romance and relationships between an elementary child and her kindergartener sister.
Pretty much applicable to all CLAMP couples.

CLAMP’s take on love, as explained in a conversation on romance and relationships between an elementary child and her kindergartener sister.

Pretty much applicable to all CLAMP couples.

Usagi Tsukino in every way.

Fuck You, Emmys.

Still can’t believe Billy Bob Thornton did NOT win Best Actor for Fargo. He completely deserved it; his performance and delivery was both mesmerizing and phenomenal; he completely embodied a very charming, very suave sociopath.

The Emmy’s were utterly wrong; the award should have gone to Billy and not to Benedict.

Billy gave his absolute best performance - even the critics agreed. He won the Critics Choice awards - he should have absolutely won his much deserved Emmy.

What a shame.