Leave a character in my ask box and I’ll write three pieces of my personal headcanon for that character.
lol. it’s not like I have many to choose from.
From fandoms or OCs or whatever you’d like to know about!
Fandoms, OCs - shoot.
I always enjoy these things.
I’m still waiting for someone to ask me about my Nathaniel Howe headcanons (for there are many)
SURE I WANT TO DO THIS AGAIN
*raises hand* Oh dear. :)
You just summed up my whole opinion of the thing in four words and a smilie.Me! :)
Nice!AND NEITHER ARE YOU
YOU UNDERESTIMATE MY POWER AND PROPENSITY FOR FLINGING MYSELF HEADLONG INTO ILL-ADVISED PROJECTS!I think I may actually give it a shot. I doubt I’ll make it to 50k, but it’s an excuse to give it a shot. :)
Same! I’ve never actually made it to 50k, on account of November being the time of year my schedule usually goes bananas, but it’s worth going for anyway. Could be fun, and if I don’t make it to 50k, I’ll make it to something, right? And if anyone wants to add me as a writing buddy, I’m crisium on there, too. The more the merrier.
If any of my friends are doing NaNo, feel free to add me as a buddy. I’m mojokimbo. I have no idea how active I’ll be, but I at least plan to make an attempt.
Cersei is the best character from the series. It bothers me when people hate her only because she’s a woman and love Jaime because he’s a man. It’s so sexist! I hope she’ll get her happy ending because she deserves it!
My dislike for Cersei and love of Jamie have nothing to do with their genders. I dislike Cersei because she’s awful to people. She spoiled her son literally rotten, then got upset at her younger son for not being more like his older crazy brother. She has redeeming moments, and she isn’t my least favorite character but she’s far from the best character in the series and it has nothing to do with her sex. Jamie, on the other hand, is one of the best characters in the series. He does some things that are questionable, and a few that are truly bad, but he has a lot of growth throughout the books, once he is away from Tywin and Cersei and is allowed to be his own man. He genuinely cares about Tyrion, where Cersei has open disgust for him. I like reading Jaime’s journey of transformation into a better person from one who was very jaded. Whereas I cringe during scenes with Cersei, because it feels like she’s spiraling downward.
In short, like who you like and more power to you, but not everyone who dislikes Cersei does so because she’s a woman. And not everyone who loves Jaime does so because he’s a man.
I’m just going to go ahead and say no. Just no.