Your character is in pain and believes that they will not survive. Send me “Mercy kill” to see my character’s reaction to yours asking mine to end their misery.


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'Very funny, but the URGENT usually precedes an actual statement. Otherwise how am I to help you?”

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Sentence Starters { Protective Version }


  • "Watch out!"
  • "You could have been killed!"
  • "Run! Hurry up, go!"
  • "Save yourself, I’ll hold them back."
  • "Leave me here! Go! Hurry! I can handle it."
  • "I promise I’ll make sure they don’t hurt you."
  • "They better not have laid a damn finger on you or I’ll [insert threat]."
  • "I swear, if they so much as breathe next to you, I’ll knock them out.”
  • "I’m not leaving you here!"
  • "And let you get yourself killed?"
  • "Are you crazy?"
  • "Are you hurt anywhere?"
  • "I don’t trust him/her. They seem off."
  • "I’m saying this for your own good!"
  • "Don’t worry. I’ll protect you."
  • "I don’t want to lose you! You’re all I have left!"
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Well, the Vortex magazine has mentioned that Nyssa seems to becoming more like Tegan - Peter said that Janet has rubbed off on Sarah - something like that but he doesn’t seem to think Nyssa would not get her bad mood moments … 

// At the expense of her character. I’m getting serious “Winter for the Adept” Nyssa vibes. It’s not to say Nyssa doesn’t have bad temper moments or days, she even had those on the show, but I don’t know. She seems not very much like Nyssa. If they want to use Tegan, then book Janet, that’s all I can say.  But again, just my opinion.

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Fifteen Fluffy One-Liners

1. "Will you cuddle with me?"
2. "Can we hold hands?"
3. "You're really soft."
4. "You smell nice."
5. "I like you. A lot."
5. "Can I play with your hair?"
6. "Stop making me get lost in your eyes."
7. "I'll share the blankets with you."
8. "I'm here for my daily hugs."
9. "You're cute."
10. "I wanna be your cuddle buddy."
11. "Let's spend the day in bed."
12. "I don't wanna get up-- you're comfy."
13. "Let me love you!"
14. "I'm cold. Come closer."
15. "You can put your cold feet on me."
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// For those asking, my issue with Moonflesh is Nyssa’s characterization (it just plain old doesn’t SOUND like her, it’s more like Tegan…complain-y) and the Native American being voiced by a British actor who doesn’t make much attempt to put an accent on. I don’t know whether to be glad or upset. Either way, with all that plus a plot that’s not really doing it for me, I’m disappointed.

But others I’ve seen have enjoyed it immensely, so don’t go on my opinion. You might like it.

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Sexy Turough GIFs/images (I don’t own them, just posting to show a friend)

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Will I ever finish Moonflesh?

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Sarah Sutton is ready for action in Arc Of Infinity

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"Doctor, say you’re pleased to see her."

Terminus - season 20 - 1983

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Send ‘SPIT IT OUT!’ and I’ll randomly generate a number. Whatever number it is, my muse will blur it out to you!


It’s gonna be a mixed bag. Go with caution!

Numbers: 1 - 50

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Absolutely terrible song but this has bloody well cheered me up no end! 

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me right now.

me all the time

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If you live in any of the states highlighted in red, I automatically assume you are unintelligent. You are all nothing but a bunch of uneducated, backwards, racist, crooked teeth, inbreds who couldn’t properly speak your way out of a paper bag. First of all, it is YOU’RE not Y’ALL. Second of all, it’s called a SODA not a COKE. Third of all, they are called SHOPPING CARTS not BUGGIES. Fourth of all, your accents are beyond atrocious, and going back to basic 1st grade speech classes will be in order. I am so glad that most Southerners do not move out of their region. Even if you’re not a stereotypical hick, you all still have hick-like qualities about you. And you want to talk about your horrendous lack of education? Let’s look at the statistics.

1) West Virginia (17.1%)
2) Arkansas (18.8%)
3) Mississippi (19.4%)
4) Kentucky (19.7%)
5) Louisiana (20.3%)

2nd Source 

Here, but that’s not all. What else does the South fail at? Right, let’s take at the “worst driving” records.

1. Louisiana
2. South Carolina
3. Mississippi
4. Texas
5. Alabama

So please, just know that if you are from the South, I truly and honestly believe that you are beneath me. I pity your educational systems (and drivers ed as well). If you’re from the South and you EVER in your life try to get into an argument with me, I will laugh at you in your face. You’re not worth my time. I hate the way people from Boston talk as well, but I can tolerate that much more than I can a hillbilly accent. I am extremely privileged to be living in Seattle. Where I was born and raised alone proves that I am far more intelligent than you are. If it ever came between a southerner having a job oppurtunity to work abroad and someone from a civilized place such as me, or somebody from New York or Conneticut or California, we are more likely to get hired. Just keep that in mind.

I really don’t consider Missouri a part of the south, so you all are excused. 

This is probably actually a pretty standard opinion for much of the country, but there ARE a few small parts I would like to take issue with.

  1. Ya’ll is not meant to stand in place of you’re, but in place of you all.  Still an atrocious contraction, but it makes more sense now, does it not?
  2. People refer to soda by different designations in different places all over the English speaking world.  Personally, I know many, many people here in the South who do use the word soda.  Some say pop, some say fizzy drink.  Chances are, if someone says Coke, it’s due to brand overexposure, or Coca-Cola being one of the most popular sodas, or their genuine desire to have a Coke or similar Cola beverage.
  3. Almost no one actually calls them buggies, and if they do, so what?
  4. Many of us in the South, even those of us born and raised here, have almost no noticeable specific regional accent.  Sometimes that’s through training, sometimes through the voices we were exposed to as children, and sometimes luck of the draw.  Ask anyone who has spoken to me, and they’ll tell you that the only real time I have a heavy “Southern” accent is when I put one on for joking purposes.

Many more Southerners are choosing to move to other areas in these days.  Yes, the cost of living here is lower, but so is minimum wage.  The economy is crap in a lot of places, but it hit this backward, depressed little area of the nation especially hard.  So look out, South haters.  You might be sitting next to one of my drooling, illiterate brethren on the bus and never know it!  Because, you see, we’re not all drooling, illiterate hicks, and some of us are even a little sophisticated, or at least knowledgeable about how the world at large works.

Yes, our educational system here sucks, but guess what?  Compare the U.S. to the rest of the world and you will find that our entire nation does not exactly measure up well in terms of educational standards.

I can report that, yes, people in the South barely seem to know how to drive either.  I am a voluntary pedestrian, and the sheer number of times I have almost been struck by vehicles while legally crossing streets is amazing.  But then, some people should just never be behind the wheel of a screaming metal death trap.

So yes, OP.  I’m beneath you.  My actual intelligence, along with my compassion and sense of interest in all of humanity make me beneath you.  And I’m pretty sure you might be a troll, but that’s okay, because there ARE people who hold the opinions espoused above.  And if any of my followers see this, and they happen to hold those opinions, well, good for them for having an opinion.

But please unfollow me if you’re going to make blanket assumptions about the area I happen to be stuck in (until I can get to Oregon.)

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