32. fangirl forever.

supernatural, being human uk, stargate: atlantis, the almighty johnsons, the avengers, the hobbit, merlin, misfits, pacific rim, sleepy hollow, the unit, max martini's freckles, rob kazinsky's dimples, andy skib, game of thrones.



Don’t blink.

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Sami Kuosmanen

At first glance I thought this was a herd of wild doritos

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[reads summary of fic] THIS IS WHAT I WANT
[reads first 10 words of fic] this is not what i want

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"say something i’m giving up on you"

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Sam with #PocketJamie (x)

I love him even more… Wear the Kilt every time!

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commission for quigonejinn, of tamsin, stacker, and herc in the pacific rim abhorsen au.

jesus christ this took so long. so long. i mean, i’m super happy with the result but i think i’m not gonna draw flowers again for like the next five years.

speaking of flowers! there is a shitton of flower symbolism here which i meticulously researched (= spent an inordinate amount of time on the wikipedia page for plant symbolism). so without further ado:

  • stacker

ashpodel, cypress twigs, black roses, and poppies. poppies in general signify eternal sleep/oblivion, what with the opium and so on. both cypresses and black roses are for death, while cypress also means mourning/sorrow, and the black rose doubles for rejuvenation/rebirth. according to the wiki page, ashpodel means ‘my regret follows you to the grave’, which i mainly thought was hilarious in a tragic way, but as it turns out, in greek mythology they’re basically the plant that’s connected to death and the underworld.

  • tamsin

pansy, winged seeds (maple in this case), ox-eye daisy, and witch-hazel. pansies and ox-eye daisies stand for thoughts and patience, respectively, which is kinda as close as i could find to foresight or similar. witch-hazel means magic spells, since the clayr’s sight is a special kind of magic, and winged seeds mean messengers.

  • herc

borage, white heather, gladiolus, and oak leaves. borage and oak leaves are for courage and strength, while white heather signifies protection, and gladiolus stands for ‘strength of character, honor, conviction’.