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Apparently, Church, and Fail: captainlovelxce hey have i ever told y all about my cursed apartment building cursed how, you say???? well, here's the thing: no-one can fuckin see it. let me explain further .i live in a tiny flat in a big red brick building with huge windows. it has a driveway with two columns on either side not a thing you usually see in this area. it is opposite a bus stop and several corner shops. it is on a main, busy road. most significantly, it is attached to a church. a well- known church with a big pink sign on the front. all things that would make it easy to spot, right???? like if i gave that list of distinguishing features to someone along with my address then they'd be able to find my filat easily, right??? well APPARENTLY NOT we have never once had a delivery to our flat (outside of the usual postal service) where we haven't been called by a lost courier usually, they are about thirty seconds away. "i'm by the church and i don't know where to go from here," they say. so we tell them, "it's the building right next to the church!! the one you're outside. that church. it's the next building along. it's opposite a bus stop and it has a driveway with two big columns." without fail, they call back 5-10 minutes later, still lost. i have answered calls from both lost delivery people and friends where i've been able to see them standing in front of the driveway, from my window a friend of mine once drove past my building three times, while on the phone to me, getting increasingly panicked that she couldn't figure out where she was going. she parked in a nearby road and i had to walk to her car and guide her to the driveway however, my flatmate and i found this place when we were flat-hunting first time, no trouble, and we don't know what that means other than i guess this place chose us and the rent is so cheap because the estate agents were so relieved to find the first people in a thousand years who could actually see this fuckin building . today a food delivery person called me to say he was outside the church was told to go to the next building along, (a 20 second journey on foot) and arrived at my door 20 minutes later, saying, "sorry, i went to the back of this building by mistake. weird right???" this building doesn't have a back it backs onto the rest of the church it doesn't have a back where did he go . . toastynoneofyourbusiness There's probably a wizard's pub somewhere around there and the spell keeps overlapping with the nearby buildings captainlovelxce i haven't really been interacting with the notes on this post bc it blew up unexpectedly and ive been rly busy, but reblogging again to say - holy fuck, there is actually a pub just down the road that's all boarded up and derelict but i HAVE seen people go in and out of it and sometimes you can see a light on in the upstairs window Source:motherfortuna #bahahahahah #sacred space #fairy circle 92,553 notes TFW you live in a liminal space
Apparently, Church, and Fail: captainlovelxce
 hey have i ever told y all about my cursed apartment building
 cursed how, you say???? well, here's the thing: no-one can fuckin see it. let me
 explain further
 .i live in a tiny flat in a big red brick building with huge windows. it has a
 driveway with two columns on either side not a thing you usually see in
 this area. it is opposite a bus stop and several corner shops. it is on a
 main, busy road. most significantly, it is attached to a church. a well-
 known church with a big pink sign on the front.
 all things that would make it easy to spot, right???? like if i gave that list of
 distinguishing features to someone along with my address then they'd be
 able to find my filat easily, right??? well APPARENTLY NOT
 we have never once had a delivery to our flat (outside of the usual postal
 service) where we haven't been called by a lost courier
 usually, they are about thirty seconds away. "i'm by the church and i don't
 know where to go from here," they say. so we tell them, "it's the building
 right next to the church!! the one you're outside. that church. it's the next
 building along. it's opposite a bus stop and it has a driveway with two big
 columns."
 without fail, they call back 5-10 minutes later, still lost.
 i have answered calls from both lost delivery people and friends where
 i've been able to see them standing in front of the driveway, from my
 window
 a friend of mine once drove past my building three times, while on the
 phone to me, getting increasingly panicked that she couldn't figure out
 where she was going. she parked in a nearby road and i had to walk to
 her car and guide her to the driveway
 however, my flatmate and i found this place when we were flat-hunting
 first time, no trouble, and we don't know what that means other than i
 guess this place chose us and the rent is so cheap because the estate
 agents were so relieved to find the first people in a thousand years who
 could actually see this fuckin building
 .
 today a food delivery person called me to say he was outside the church
 was told to go to the next building along, (a 20 second journey on foot)
 and arrived at my door 20 minutes later, saying, "sorry, i went to the back
 of this building by mistake. weird right???"
 this building doesn't have a back
 it backs onto the rest of the church it doesn't have a back where did he go
 .
 .
 toastynoneofyourbusiness
 There's probably a wizard's pub somewhere around there and the spell keeps
 overlapping with the nearby buildings
 captainlovelxce
 i haven't really been interacting with the notes on this post bc it blew up
 unexpectedly and ive been rly busy, but reblogging again to say - holy fuck,
 there is actually a pub just down the road that's all boarded up and derelict but i
 HAVE seen people go in and out of it and sometimes you can see a light on in
 the upstairs window
 Source:motherfortuna
 #bahahahahah
 #sacred space #fairy circle
 92,553 notes
TFW you live in a liminal space

TFW you live in a liminal space

Fire, Friends, and Fucking: Missing her vaccinations? We are not vaccinating You know what is a good business? Teeny tiny baby coffins. You can get them in frog green or fire engine red. melrose1124: deadcatwithaflamethrower: gehayi: or a adinfinitumxx: appropriately-inappropriate: doyouthinkaboutme: memeguy-com: years later House is still as relevant as he ever was I wasn’t vaccinated and never got sick so And I swam and didn’t drown. Anecdotes aren’t evidence. The reason YOU specifically didn’t get sick is because of something called Mass Immunity. That means that since everyone ELSE is vaccinated (you’re welcome), there’s nowhere for the virus to establish a hold. That mass immunity is the only thing that keeps people who CANNOT vaccinate—like the immunocompromised—from catching it. The second that people stop vaccinating, that immunity disappears and the disease resurges, as is clear from the fact that the US is currently experiencing an epidemic of a disease that was projected to become extinct in our lifetimes. Get immunized. There’s no reason not to. Considering that there’s a whole host of people in my age range who weren’t vaccinated enough (even I was missing the second dose of MMR until recently) getting the measles and the mumps I think it’s ridiculous that we’re arguing over a life and death situation. Literally, do you want to live or die? Also, even if you weren’t vaccinated and never got sick–at least not visibly–that doesn’t preclude the possibility that you picked up a virus and passed it on without knowing it.  Maybe you had…oh, let’s say measles. But you had no symptoms. Or maybe you had a fever,  or sore eyes, or a harsh dry cough, but that was it. But nothing that said anything was seriously wrong. And in the meantime, you went about your business. Maybe you waited for a bus with an old man, or shared an aisle at the store with a pregnant woman and her wailing one-year-old, or attended a party with your friends.   And the disease you didn’t know you had? That passed on to the people you met, or to people that they met. The disease you didn’t know you had was passed to a friend at that party, and she passed it to her mother and father, they passed it to their workmates, and now two offices are sick with your measles. The old man you saw at the bus stop? He got pneumonia as a result of the measles you passed to him. The pregnant woman from the store? She miscarried. Her baby, who was too young to be vaccinated? She developed encephalitis and died.  You’re not the only one who’s being protected by your vaccination. You’re protecting everyone else as well. That’s the fucking POINT of vaccination. Anti-vaxxers are permenantly on my shit-list as irresponsible, selfish motherfuckers and they can leave my planet any time they like. Due to the anti-rejection medications for my heart transplant, I have a suppressed immune system. I can get sick very easily and it can be very harmful or fatal to me if I get sick. Point is: VACCINATE YOUR DAMN KIDS.
Fire, Friends, and Fucking: Missing her vaccinations?
 We are not vaccinating
 You know what is a good business?
 Teeny tiny baby coffins.
 You can get them in frog green
 or fire engine red.
melrose1124:

deadcatwithaflamethrower:

gehayi:

or a adinfinitumxx:

appropriately-inappropriate:

doyouthinkaboutme:

memeguy-com:
years later House is still as relevant as he ever was
I wasn’t vaccinated and never got sick so

And I swam and didn’t drown. 
Anecdotes aren’t evidence. The reason YOU specifically didn’t get sick is because of something called Mass Immunity. 
That means that since everyone ELSE is vaccinated (you’re welcome), there’s nowhere for the virus to establish a hold. That mass immunity is the only thing that keeps people who CANNOT vaccinate—like the immunocompromised—from catching it. 
The second that people stop vaccinating, that immunity disappears and the disease resurges, as is clear from the fact that the US is currently experiencing an epidemic of a disease that was projected to become extinct in our lifetimes. 
Get immunized. There’s no reason not to.


Considering that there’s a whole host of people in my age range who weren’t vaccinated enough (even I was missing the second dose of MMR until recently) getting the measles and the mumps I think it’s ridiculous that we’re arguing over a life and death situation. Literally, do you want to live or die?


Also, even if you weren’t vaccinated and never got sick–at least not visibly–that doesn’t preclude the possibility that you picked up a virus and passed it on without knowing it. 
Maybe you had…oh, let’s say measles. But you had no symptoms. Or maybe you had a fever,  or sore eyes, or a harsh dry cough, but that was it. But nothing that said anything was seriously wrong. And in the meantime, you went about your business. Maybe you waited for a bus with an old man, or shared an aisle at the store with a pregnant woman and her wailing one-year-old, or attended a party with your friends.  
And the disease you didn’t know you had? That passed on to the people you met, or to people that they met. The disease you didn’t know you had was passed to a friend at that party, and she passed it to her mother and father, they passed it to their workmates, and now two offices are sick with your measles. The old man you saw at the bus stop? He got pneumonia as a result of the measles you passed to him. The pregnant woman from the store? She miscarried. Her baby, who was too young to be vaccinated? She developed encephalitis and died. 
You’re not the only one who’s being protected by your vaccination. You’re protecting everyone else as well. That’s the fucking POINT of vaccination.

Anti-vaxxers are permenantly on my shit-list as irresponsible, selfish motherfuckers and they can leave my planet any time they like.


Due to the anti-rejection medications for my heart transplant, I have a suppressed immune system. I can get sick very easily and it can be very harmful or fatal to me if I get sick. 
Point is: VACCINATE YOUR DAMN KIDS.

melrose1124: deadcatwithaflamethrower: gehayi: or a adinfinitumxx: appropriately-inappropriate: doyouthinkaboutme: memeguy-com: years ...

Cars, Confused, and Crime: ainaraoftime bus drivers who re-open their doors when they see someone running towards the stop are neutral good. any other kind of bus driver is automatically lawful evil SOaringsparrows chaotic evil: the bus driver who saw me running to the stop and waited until i was at the door to close it and drive away 43501 Time to bring back my husband's fucking legendary bus story: Taking public transport for the first time in over two months, I made my way to the stop five minutes early. On my way there, I spotted my bus which also happened to be early (the chances ikr) and frantically waved for it to wait for me... which it did, up until I tried to board. I took a bit of time crossing the road because of some confused traffic and when I finally made it, the driver slammed the doors shut in my face and took off on me. "I am taking this bus!" Determined to catch the bus which rused me, seemingly on purpose, I took chase, but it quickly became evident that I could not outrun something that wasn't made of flesh and bone. Defeated, I crawled back to the bus stop and sat down, resigned to my fate of waiting another 45 minutes. Then, not one, but two cars (with people inside) pulled up and told me about how they'd seen my valiant effort and offered to chase that bus down for me. The first I politely declined, but the second man felt responsible for slowing me down at the crossing and insisted he take me to the hospital aft least as he was picking somebody up from there, anyhow. After bonding over a short drive with Mr. Wayne, he dropped me off at the medical center and left, presumably to fight crime. A few moments later, the same bus arrived at FMC. Taking no chances this time, I leapt on board (OK, OK... walked aboard) and stared the driver, who looked as though he'd seen a ghost, dead in the eye and calmly stated, "I am taking this bus." Source: ainaraoftime Bus drivers
Cars, Confused, and Crime: ainaraoftime
 bus drivers who re-open their doors when they
 see someone running towards the stop are
 neutral good. any other kind of bus driver is
 automatically lawful evil
 SOaringsparrows
 chaotic evil: the bus driver who saw me
 running to the stop and waited until i was at
 the door to close it and drive away
 43501
 Time to bring back my husband's fucking
 legendary bus story:
 Taking public transport for the first time in over two months, I made my way
 to the stop five minutes early. On my way there, I spotted my bus which
 also happened to be early (the chances ikr) and frantically waved for it to
 wait for me... which it did, up until I tried to board.
 I took a bit of time crossing the road because of some confused traffic and
 when I finally made it, the driver slammed the doors shut in my face and
 took off on me.
 "I am taking this bus!"
 Determined to catch the bus which rused me, seemingly on purpose, I took
 chase, but it quickly became evident that I could not outrun something that
 wasn't made of flesh and bone. Defeated, I crawled back to the bus stop
 and sat down, resigned to my fate of waiting another 45 minutes.
 Then, not one, but two cars (with people inside) pulled up and told me
 about how they'd seen my valiant effort and offered to chase that bus down
 for me. The first I politely declined, but the second man felt responsible for
 slowing me down at the crossing and insisted he take me to the hospital aft
 least as he was picking somebody up from there, anyhow.
 After bonding over a short drive with Mr. Wayne, he dropped me off at the
 medical center and left, presumably to fight crime. A few moments later, the
 same bus arrived at FMC.
 Taking no chances this time, I leapt on board (OK, OK... walked aboard)
 and stared the driver, who looked as though he'd seen a ghost, dead in the
 eye and calmly stated, "I am taking this bus."
 Source: ainaraoftime
Bus drivers

Bus drivers

Fire, Friends, and Fucking: Missing her vaccinations? We are not vaccinating You know what is a good business? Teeny tiny baby coffins. You can get them in frog green or fire engine red. dickslappers: deadcatwithaflamethrower: gehayi: or a adinfinitumxx: appropriately-inappropriate: doyouthinkaboutme: memeguy-com: years later House is still as relevant as he ever was I wasn’t vaccinated and never got sick so And I swam and didn’t drown. Anecdotes aren’t evidence. The reason YOU specifically didn’t get sick is because of something called Mass Immunity. That means that since everyone ELSE is vaccinated (you’re welcome), there’s nowhere for the virus to establish a hold. That mass immunity is the only thing that keeps people who CANNOT vaccinate—like the immunocompromised—from catching it. The second that people stop vaccinating, that immunity disappears and the disease resurges, as is clear from the fact that the US is currently experiencing an epidemic of a disease that was projected to become extinct in our lifetimes. Get immunized. There’s no reason not to. Considering that there’s a whole host of people in my age range who weren’t vaccinated enough (even I was missing the second dose of MMR until recently) getting the measles and the mumps I think it’s ridiculous that we’re arguing over a life and death situation. Literally, do you want to live or die? Also, even if you weren’t vaccinated and never got sick–at least not visibly–that doesn’t preclude the possibility that you picked up a virus and passed it on without knowing it.  Maybe you had…oh, let’s say measles. But you had no symptoms. Or maybe you had a fever,  or sore eyes, or a harsh dry cough, but that was it. But nothing that said anything was seriously wrong. And in the meantime, you went about your business. Maybe you waited for a bus with an old man, or shared an aisle at the store with a pregnant woman and her wailing one-year-old, or attended a party with your friends.   And the disease you didn’t know you had? That passed on to the people you met, or to people that they met. The disease you didn’t know you had was passed to a friend at that party, and she passed it to her mother and father, they passed it to their workmates, and now two offices are sick with your measles. The old man you saw at the bus stop? He got pneumonia as a result of the measles you passed to him. The pregnant woman from the store? She miscarried. Her baby, who was too young to be vaccinated? She developed encephalitis and died.  You’re not the only one who’s being protected by your vaccination. You’re protecting everyone else as well. That’s the fucking POINT of vaccination. Anti-vaxxers are permenantly on my shit-list as irresponsible, selfish motherfuckers and they can leave my planet any time they like. i’m laughing so hard bc i went to her blog and someone had messaged her about the vaccines and her response was “stop telling a woman what to do with her body” 
Fire, Friends, and Fucking: Missing her vaccinations?
 We are not vaccinating
 You know what is a good business?
 Teeny tiny baby coffins.
 You can get them in frog green
 or fire engine red.
dickslappers:
deadcatwithaflamethrower:

gehayi:

or a adinfinitumxx:

appropriately-inappropriate:

doyouthinkaboutme:

memeguy-com:
years later House is still as relevant as he ever was
I wasn’t vaccinated and never got sick so

And I swam and didn’t drown. 
Anecdotes aren’t evidence. The reason YOU specifically didn’t get sick is because of something called Mass Immunity. 
That means that since everyone ELSE is vaccinated (you’re welcome), there’s nowhere for the virus to establish a hold. That mass immunity is the only thing that keeps people who CANNOT vaccinate—like the immunocompromised—from catching it. 
The second that people stop vaccinating, that immunity disappears and the disease resurges, as is clear from the fact that the US is currently experiencing an epidemic of a disease that was projected to become extinct in our lifetimes. 
Get immunized. There’s no reason not to.


Considering that there’s a whole host of people in my age range who weren’t vaccinated enough (even I was missing the second dose of MMR until recently) getting the measles and the mumps I think it’s ridiculous that we’re arguing over a life and death situation. Literally, do you want to live or die?


Also, even if you weren’t vaccinated and never got sick–at least not visibly–that doesn’t preclude the possibility that you picked up a virus and passed it on without knowing it. 
Maybe you had…oh, let’s say measles. But you had no symptoms. Or maybe you had a fever,  or sore eyes, or a harsh dry cough, but that was it. But nothing that said anything was seriously wrong. And in the meantime, you went about your business. Maybe you waited for a bus with an old man, or shared an aisle at the store with a pregnant woman and her wailing one-year-old, or attended a party with your friends.  
And the disease you didn’t know you had? That passed on to the people you met, or to people that they met. The disease you didn’t know you had was passed to a friend at that party, and she passed it to her mother and father, they passed it to their workmates, and now two offices are sick with your measles. The old man you saw at the bus stop? He got pneumonia as a result of the measles you passed to him. The pregnant woman from the store? She miscarried. Her baby, who was too young to be vaccinated? She developed encephalitis and died. 
You’re not the only one who’s being protected by your vaccination. You’re protecting everyone else as well. That’s the fucking POINT of vaccination.

Anti-vaxxers are permenantly on my shit-list as irresponsible, selfish motherfuckers and they can leave my planet any time they like.

i’m laughing so hard bc i went to her blog and someone had messaged her about the vaccines and her response was “stop telling a woman what to do with her body” 

dickslappers: deadcatwithaflamethrower: gehayi: or a adinfinitumxx: appropriately-inappropriate: doyouthinkaboutme: memeguy-com: years ...