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'are you flirting with me or are you like this to everyone' a classic novel by me

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I would just like to point out that the beginning and end of Spirited Away creep me out in the most delicious way possible. I’ve always been a fan of fairy tales, and not just the Grimm and Anderson stuff, almost all my life. Like the honestly faerie court stories.
Themes you see in those reflect strongly in this movie, and comparing them side by side just makes it that much more stark.
Often times you hear that if you get sucked into the fairy realm, you shouldn’t eat their food. It gives them power over you. More often than not, heroes finally escape the fairy realm after what they perceive to be a very short time (a night or a week)…

…only to find that seasons or years have passed.

‘Hey, it’s all dusty in here. Is this someone’s idea of a joke?’

This always freaked me out a little as a kid. Like the OP, I couldn’t help but wonder how long REALLY passed. I always pretended it was something like a week but… Judging by that moss, I can’t say for sure.

A week? Try much MUCH /MUCH/ longer. The plants are a good indicator but a better one is the statue. We’re seeing it from the same angle in each shot. Look in the first one before she enters, it’s not NEW but you can tell what it is.
Now look at the second frame. It’s so eroded it’s just a dull, flat stone.
That thing is solid stone, that must have taken up to, if not more than, a DECADE to wear down that much.
Not to mention that there are new trees next to the car. Just remember how long it actually takes for trees to grow real quick.
Evidence is suggesting they were in there for maybe around 20-30 years.

What always struck me as particularly odd was the building. Apologies for lack of screenshots, I’m not at home so I don’t have access to my copy of Spirited Away, I’ll add them in when I can (or if someone else can grab them for me that’d be swell).
Look at the building they went into, and the building they walked out of. They entered a red building which the father comments on as being “fake” and made of plaster. They exit a building made of stone. It’s possible that the plaster building was laid over the stone building (as the plaster building’s doorway is narrower and such) but if it had fallen apart over the years you’d see evidence of the remaining plaster. Not to mention when they exit the building on the other side some of the plaster has fallen away and the stone beneath is red and brick-like. not grey stone. 
And the building her parents are waiting outside when Chihiro goes to meet them after leaving Haku looks different from the one they exited at the beginning of the film. The most noticeable difference is it’s missing the large room with the benches (which was just inside and not down a hall) and they don’t pass through that room at all on their way back. On the way in, the camera lingered on three doors as Chihiro was looking back at them (which is interesting but I’ll get to that in a second), and it also lingered on a sundial (you know, a thing that tracks time). They spend too much time in that room for it to be inconsequential.
When I first watched it I was actually expecting them to have to try to remember which door they came through at the end - which I had forgotten about by the end of the film, but every time I watch it I always have a similar thought despite knowing how the film ends. The outside of the building they enter looks different from the one they exited at the beginning of the film, but the most telling factor of it not being the same is it missing that room, and us missing a scene in that room as they left.
And I find that so interesting because as they walk down the hall the scene is practically a duplicate of the scene of them walking in. The same actions are taken and the same lines are said, the father tells them to watch their step, the mother tells Chihiro to stop clinging to her because she’ll trip - I’m fairly certain the phrasing is exactly the same, and the animation might be exactly the same, too, but I can’t check. The biggest difference is that at the end of the film Chihiro only looks back once they get out, while at the beginning she has reservations about going in, looks back at the statue, looks back at the three doors, and looks back when the wind blows at her out of the building. 
I’m NOT AT ALL SURE what all of that might mean, but there are a lot of differences there. Is it just that time passed? Have they been shoved out into a different place altogether? I don’t know but I sure do love thinking about it every single time I watch this film.

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ukeaco:

I would just like to point out that the beginning and end of Spirited Away creep me out in the most delicious way possible. I’ve always been a fan of fairy tales, and not just the Grimm and Anderson stuff, almost all my life. Like the honestly faerie court stories.

Themes you see in those reflect strongly in this movie, and comparing them side by side just makes it that much more stark.

Often times you hear that if you get sucked into the fairy realm, you shouldn’t eat their food. It gives them power over you. More often than not, heroes finally escape the fairy realm after what they perceive to be a very short time (a night or a week)…

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…only to find that seasons or years have passed.

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‘Hey, it’s all dusty in here. Is this someone’s idea of a joke?’

This always freaked me out a little as a kid. Like the OP, I couldn’t help but wonder how long REALLY passed. I always pretended it was something like a week but… Judging by that moss, I can’t say for sure.

A week? Try much MUCH /MUCH/ longer. The plants are a good indicator but a better one is the statue. We’re seeing it from the same angle in each shot. Look in the first one before she enters, it’s not NEW but you can tell what it is.

Now look at the second frame. It’s so eroded it’s just a dull, flat stone.

That thing is solid stone, that must have taken up to, if not more than, a DECADE to wear down that much.

Not to mention that there are new trees next to the car. Just remember how long it actually takes for trees to grow real quick.

Evidence is suggesting they were in there for maybe around 20-30 years.

What always struck me as particularly odd was the building. Apologies for lack of screenshots, I’m not at home so I don’t have access to my copy of Spirited Away, I’ll add them in when I can (or if someone else can grab them for me that’d be swell).

Look at the building they went into, and the building they walked out of. They entered a red building which the father comments on as being “fake” and made of plaster. They exit a building made of stone. It’s possible that the plaster building was laid over the stone building (as the plaster building’s doorway is narrower and such) but if it had fallen apart over the years you’d see evidence of the remaining plaster. Not to mention when they exit the building on the other side some of the plaster has fallen away and the stone beneath is red and brick-like. not grey stone. 

And the building her parents are waiting outside when Chihiro goes to meet them after leaving Haku looks different from the one they exited at the beginning of the film. The most noticeable difference is it’s missing the large room with the benches (which was just inside and not down a hall) and they don’t pass through that room at all on their way back. On the way in, the camera lingered on three doors as Chihiro was looking back at them (which is interesting but I’ll get to that in a second), and it also lingered on a sundial (you know, a thing that tracks time). They spend too much time in that room for it to be inconsequential.

When I first watched it I was actually expecting them to have to try to remember which door they came through at the end - which I had forgotten about by the end of the film, but every time I watch it I always have a similar thought despite knowing how the film ends. The outside of the building they enter looks different from the one they exited at the beginning of the film, but the most telling factor of it not being the same is it missing that room, and us missing a scene in that room as they left.

And I find that so interesting because as they walk down the hall the scene is practically a duplicate of the scene of them walking in. The same actions are taken and the same lines are said, the father tells them to watch their step, the mother tells Chihiro to stop clinging to her because she’ll trip - I’m fairly certain the phrasing is exactly the same, and the animation might be exactly the same, too, but I can’t check. The biggest difference is that at the end of the film Chihiro only looks back once they get out, while at the beginning she has reservations about going in, looks back at the statue, looks back at the three doors, and looks back when the wind blows at her out of the building. 

I’m NOT AT ALL SURE what all of that might mean, but there are a lot of differences there. Is it just that time passed? Have they been shoved out into a different place altogether? I don’t know but I sure do love thinking about it every single time I watch this film.

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John Wayne Gacy also known as Killer Clown
He raped and killed over 33 teenage boys in a 6 year period. He would lure the kids in with deceptive means and then kill them. He buried 26 of his victims in a crawl space within his own home. He was executed by lethal injection in 94.

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John Wayne Gacy also known as Killer Clown

He raped and killed over 33 teenage boys in a 6 year period. He would lure the kids in with deceptive means and then kill them. He buried 26 of his victims in a crawl space within his own home. He was executed by lethal injection in 94.

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ten inch dick aka longer than my forearm

i know there are some writers who follow me

please

take note

I believe the average is 6 inches? The longest is 14, an he suffers dizziness when he gets a boner, and even though he’s heterosexual, he can only have sex with men (or anally with women) as his cock can’t fit in a vagina.

So writers, take note.

jesus h. christ

I once had a boyfriend who was quite well-endowed, and that was some painful, annoying shit right there (especially with a selfish dude who didn’t really think about that/blamed me for being “tiny,” what the fuck). The average vagina is 3-4 inches deep, though some women may have a depth of 6-7 inches.

Of course, a lady’s Sarlaac Pit is designed to accomodate rather large things. That does not, however, mean that it is comfortable or fun to have those large things in your hermetically-sealed shame basket, not to mention have it ramming repeatedly against your cervix. Ow fucking ow.

Contrary to popular belief, bigger is NOT ALWAYS BETTER.

A rectum can be between 5-7 inches deep. A pliable dildo could push past that, taking that sharp curve into the large intestine, if you’re patient and flexible and you have a lot of lube at your disposal. And you don’t mind things being in your INTESTINES, oh my God. A hard dick, however, that isn’t so bendy, would be another story entirely.

So if you’re shooting for realistic sex and your bottom isn’t into pain, you may want to reconsider giving your top anything over 7-8 inches of dick. 10+ inches might sound awesome but like Communism, for most people at least, it’s better in theory than it is in practice.

This very NSFW and TMI-imbued post brought to you by all the fucks I do not give.

Oh and if anyone accuses me of kink shaming I will find you and I will skin you.

ive learned a lot today omg

i think the last of my innocence just got killed reading this

#huge dicks are like communism

I reblogged this yesterday but I just have to reblogg again for ^

#huge dicks are like communism

can someone please put that on a shirt

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My foot, size 6 1/2 is 9 inches long.

Also thick dicks! Really thick dicks are nice in theory, but need gallons of lube in practice. In a TMI example, with most partners with penises, I can jump straight to sex after a bit of foreplay and everything is well lubed and wonderful. With one of my partners who is on the thicker side, it takes a lot of foreplay and lube and easing in for me to get used to it.
So also keep that in mind in your drawings and writings!

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how to be smooth as hell with your crush

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