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: Review: Though the comedy can get outrageous at times, this loosely true story of five guys caught in a never-ending game of tag makes a poignant statement about friendship.




Review: Though the comedy can get outrageous at times, this loosely true story of five guys caught in a never-ending game of tag makes a poignant statement about friendship.




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A small group of former classmates organize an elaborate, annual game of (R16) that requires some to travel all over the country. Now Showing at the cinemas. - 9:30pm - 1:30pm - 9pm - 9:20pm GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!




: Review: Though the comedy can get outrageous at times, this loosely true story of five guys caught in a never-ending game of tag makes a poignant statement about friendship




Review: Though the comedy can get outrageous at times, this loosely true story of five guys caught in a never-ending game of tag makes a poignant statement about friendship



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The new 5-inch fit easily into bags, backpacks and even my purse and are great for on-the-go! ... These are fun not only for , but too!"







, you’re it! For one month every year, five highly competitive friends hit the ground running in a no-holds-barred game of tag they’ve been playing since the first grade. What could go wrong, right? is NOW showing at PROSPECT. TIX:




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was a very feel good funny movie it made me want to play the game in pubilc crowded places.




Based on a true story, for one month every year, five highly competitive friends play a no-holds-barred game of tag they’ve been playing since the first grade, risking everything to take each other down with the battle cry “You’re It!” Tickets:




takes an interesting story of grown men playing a game for thirty years and removes almost every ounce of potential comedy. Review:




TAG: We can mock this film’s concept all we like. But a movie about a game night called GAME NIGHT just made $117 million this year. Time to finish writing that DUCK, DUCK, GOOSE screenplay.



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anonymous asked:

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11:describe your ideal day- i cant think of anything really like specific. so like, i could spend the day with a cute boy, ya know, maybe like Jordan Connor, Auston Matthews, Carter Hart, or Nolan Patrick.(Apparently im keeping my options open) aaand, it would be all nice and sunny outside, oh! maybe i’d go to the state fair, since i haven't been in like 12 years, and i’d feel safe going on roller coasters and shit with him. and we’d eat all the fair food, and play those crappy games, and they’d win me a teddy bear or something. that’d be cute as hell. 

Tagged by @pillowprincesslexa 🌸

Nicknames: daddy kelso

Gender: female

Star sign: cancer (fuck me right)

Height: 5’9

Sexuality: bisexual

Hogwarts house: hufflepuf boi

Favorite animal: wolves 

Average hours of sleep:  usually like 5/6, tonight like 2/3 lmao

Doggo or kitty: doggos, my own especially

Number of blankets: 1

Where I’m from: The Netherlands, Rotterdam if yall wanna be specific

Dream trip: Iceland with a pretty girl, dog sled rides, northern lights, stargazing, hiking, soft cuddling near a fire place

Why I created this account: I needed an outlet for all my obsessions and luckily you are all just as trashy as I am

Followers: 1,2k on the main 6,1k on the second

Tagging: @ whoever wants to do this consider yourself tagged by me - I suck at tagging ayeee

Tag Game

I was tagged by @demonspawn2468

Rules: answer 20 questions and tag 20 people you want to know better

Name: Tin

Zodiac sign: Taurus

Height: 5'4″

Languages spoken: English, Filipino

Nationality: Filipino

Favourite fruit: Mangoes

Favourite scent: Vanilla

Favourite color: Green

Favourite animal: Dogs

Coffee, tea, or hot chocolate: Coffee

Favourite ficitional character: Bucky Barnes

Dream trip: Anywhere

When your blog was created: May 2018 (lol newbie)

Last movie you’ve seen: Deadpool 2

Songs you’ve had on repeat: Manchester by Nina Nesbitt

Favourite candy: M&Ms

Favourite holiday: Christmas

Tagging: @ilovethings-somuch @gamorasbabe @jitterbuck @jamdropx35 @teenagecornflakes @winterstann @wehavenothingbutourwinter @weasleyadler @hot-multifandom-mess @aquarianhoney @blackwolfofdeathandfuziness @actual-bucky-barnes-trash @allseasonssoldier @loricameback @stansebstian @buckybarneswintersoldier @fiftyscenes @heartforstan @seabass-tian @yayyyyybucky and whoever else wanna do this

Tagging game, tagged by: @wofwalker

Name 3 of your current favorite hobbies, 6 of your current favorite bands, 9 of your favorite desserts, and tag 12 people

Hobbies:

  • Roller skating
  • Swimming
  • Taking strolls through town during the evening

(damn I sound like someone with a healthy lifestyle)

Bands:

  1. Panic! at the Disco
  2. Mili
  3. Set It Off
  4. Fall Out Boy
  5. byron
  6. Get Scared

Desserts:

~ Kürtős Kalács

~ White chocolate

~ Pistachio ice cream

~ Pancakes

~ Chocolate covered fruit salad

~ Watermelon

~ Cheesecake

~ Vanilla

~ Biscuits with jam filling


Friends and people who wanna do this, consider yourselves tagged

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This mutual is absolutely amazing! He’s one of kindest people i ever known.He´s like my best buddy from across the ocean. And have a great taste in music too!  I’m we don’t talk as much as before (because i’m always busy lately) but we have to catch up sometime! :D
Ps: He looks a lot better in flower crown filter than me. :D

Rules: We’re snooping on your playlist. Set your entire music library on shuffle and report the first 10 songs that pop up. Then choose 10 victims.

Tagged by @whistlingwindtree <3

  1. Shotgun - George Ezra
  2. Tiny Dancer - Florence + The Machine
  3. Talia - King Princess
  4. Christmas (Baby please come home) - Sleeping at Last
  5. Make Me Feel -  Janelle Monáe
  6. Too Soon - Vanic ft Maty Noyes
  7. Girls On Boys - Galantis
  8. Fooled Around & Fell In Love - Elvin Bishop
  9. Anchor - Novo Armor
  10. Waiting - Alice Boman


tagging (if they want) @miranda-gilastorm, @mocking-point, @dealingdreams, @agentmmayy, @biluata, @miraculousagentsofkrypton, @soulofevil and anyone else who’d like to do this!! :)

WIP and writing tag game

Thank you to the lovely @sillyliterature​ for the tag <3 This one looks fun!

1. Is there any scene from any piece you’ve written that actually scared you? If so, describe the scene.

Not really. I don’t ever get scared by my own writing, because I know for a fact that it’s not real, it came out of my own head.

2. What genre do you feel most awkward writing? 

Pure romance. I don’t mind a few romantic subplots (especially LGBTQ+ ones!) but any story that’s only romance just doesn’t work for me or my style.

3. How many different types of writing do you write? Types of writing include novels, short stories, poetry, song lyrics, etc.

I do mostly novels, a few short stories, I used to write poetry/song lyrics. I also enjoy writing scripts (I just started planning a new webseries script that I might actually be able to make one day)

4. How old were you when you first started writing?

Apparently I’ve been writing stories since reception (when I was 5) but the first time I ever sat down with the intention of writing was my first fanfiction, when I was 13.

5. How confident are you in your writing?

I’m good with some areas, bad with others. I’m confident in my descriptions and my worldbuilding, but I feel like my ability to capture and convey emotions could use a bit of work.

6. Have you ever written and posted anything that was very personal to you?

I’ve never posted anything like this, but recently I had to do a piece of memory writing for a university assignment. I wrote about my own memories of sewing and cosplay, and it was really weird to have other people reading about stuff that’d actually happened to me.

7. What inspired you to start writing?

Well when I was 13, I wanted to draw fanart. The only problem was that I couldn’t draw, and didn’t have what I perceived to be the ‘necessary’ tools for it. So instead, I turned to writing fanfiction, which I thought would be easier. (I couldn’t write either, not at that point, but 13 year old me didn’t realise that and I’m glad she didn’t)

8. Which of your OCs do you relate to the most?

In my current WIP, probably Blake. Not only has he barely been in the story at this point, which is accurate to how I feel a lot of the time, but his struggles to communicate and open up are so based on my own.

9. Have you ever written self-insert fanfiction?

Alright, I didn’t come here to be called out like this. In all seriousness yes, I have, I do, I probably will for as long as I keep writing. But they will never see the light of day!

10. What is your favorite piece you’ve ever written about? 

My favourite thing I’ve ever written is probably Rabid, my old WIP (which I am currently rewriting!) I love the characters, it takes place in Australia, and honestly it was just enjoyable to live in that world while I was writing it.

11. How frequently do you actually sit down and write?

Normally, I try for every day, but I haven’t written much recently since I’ve been studying for exams pretty much nonstop.

12. How many hours at a time do you do research on your writing?

My research is more…sporadic. I’ll realise I don’t know something I need to know, look it up quickly, then get back to it. If I can’t find an answer quickly enough, I’ll write around it. Even my historical stuff is fantasy, so there’s room to make most of it up.

13. Do you like to branch out in your writing or do you tend to stick to what you know?

Considering that both of my main WIPs deal with genetics, the concept of humanity and strong LGBTQ+ themes, I’m gonna say I stick to what I know more than I should. 

14. What would your antagonist of your current WIP say to you if they saw you in person?

My WIP doesn’t really have one singular antagonist? (Not yet, at least…spoilers). It’s more of an organisation, and I don’t know how an organisation would meet me or speak.

15. Do you consider yourself your OCs’ god or just kind of a guiding hand (or other? If other, please list)?

Depends on the OC. Alice usually does everything I say, very rarely acting out. Val, on the other hand, shows up unexpectedly, breaks things, starts fires, and throws violent tantrums when I try to make her do things she doesn’t want to.

16. What do you think you’d be doing with your time if you’d never gotten into writing?

I’d probably be playing more videogames. I’d be graduating from uni this year, since the only reason I did a double degree was to study creative writing, so that’d be something.

17. Have you ever written a smut piece?

Well…let’s just say nobody needs to know.

18. What was the first thing you ever wrote about?

The first time I ever wrote something was in reception, but I don’t remember what that was. The first thing I ever ‘properly’ wrote was fanfiction for an animated movie that totally wasn’t self-insert, what’re you talking about?

19. What is the most creative creature you’ve ever created for world-building?

I think the chimeras in Chimera are pretty cool, and the rabids in Rabid are…wait a minute, I’m sensing a pattern with my naming here.

20. Tell me one random fact about your WIP that you have yet to tell your followers.

Crystal and Lea didn’t exist in the first draft. Val was going to be the supportive friend, and her sister Connie was going to rock up later to be the disruptive influence. Instead I changed things so Val would be kicking up trouble right from the start, and Connie probably won’t make an appearance.


I’ll tag @theprissythumbelina @sirilikestowrite @micastarsandmirrors and @madmooninc for these questions. They’re really fun, I swear!

Hometown Tag Game

Rules: Pick a theme song for the hometown/city/etc that one of your OCs is from.

This is a v v cool tag, thanks @paladin-andric! I haven’t come across this one before, did you make it?

(I didn’t know how to do the soundcloud thing so I had a go at embedding a youtube)

I went with a game soundtrack too, but I chose to take one from Morrowind because I love that game to pieces and the music is a big part of that.

This is for Iluk’ka. Her hometown (as of yet unnamed hehe) was in the deserts to the north-west of Tieran. Days were mostly spent sheltered inside houses made of canvas and/or silks bound over a simple frame. In the evenings the village would gather around bonfires of magical origin before the temperatures dropped to low. There was a great majesty in the desert, and a respect for life and it’s strength.

I will tag: @albatris, @sincerestaffect, @katywritesbooks and @authorisada if any of you are interested ^.^

Tagged by my love @adriata and @elainarch so thank you - I finally got to it. haha. :D

Rules: Bold statements that are true, italics statements that you wish were true

Air:

I have small hands  / I love the night sky / I watch small animals & birds when I pass them by / I drink herbal tea / I wake to see dawn / the smell of dust is comforting  / I’m valued for being wise / I prefer books to music / I meditate / I find joy in learning new truths from the world around me

Fire:

I don’t have straight hair / I like to wear ripped jeans & overalls / I play an organised sport / I love dogs / I am not afraid of adventure / I love talking to strangers / I always try new foods / I enjoy road trips / summer is my favorite season / my radio is always playing

Water:

I wear bracelets on my wrists / I love the bustle of the city / I have more than one set of piercings / I read poetry / I love the sound of a thunderstorm / I want to travel the world / I sleep past midday most days / I love dimly lit diners & fluorescent signs / I rewatch kids’ shows out of nostalgia / I see emotions in colors not words

Earth:

I wear glasses/contacts / I enjoy doing the laundry / I am a vegetarian or vegan / I have an excellent sense of time / my humor is very cheerful  / I am a valued advisor to my friends / I believe in true love / I love the chill of mountain air / I’m always listening to music / I am highly trusted by the people in my life

Aether:

I go without makeup in my daily life / I make my own artwork / I keep track of my tasks & time / I always know true north / I see beauty in everything / I can always smell flowers / I smile at everyone I pass by / I always fear history repeating itself / I have recovered from a mental disorder / I can love unconditionally

Tagging… im not sure. ahh. i need to plan my tags i swear. sorry if you have already done it. 
@illyrianbeauty, @urbisie, @verifiefangirl @howtotameyourillyrian, @sassyreads, @fck-tamlin, @librarian-of-velaris, @study-read-repeat @photofeesh @lady-katkat @velarxs, @highladyofspring 


WIP and writing tag game

I was tagged by @mademoiselleink

These questions sound very interesting! Thanks for tagging me!

1. Is there any scene from any piece you’ve written that actually scared you? If so, describe the scene.

No yet but I do have a subplot that deals with a character’s extrasensory gift. I’m focusing on the main plot now but I’ll have to dig into that and write what he sees and feels in such a way that the reader will feel it too… I hate paranormal stuff.

2. What genre do you feel most awkward writing?

I haven’t tried my hand at writing a wide variety of genres just yet. I don’t think I’ll ever get close to write horror because in general is not my cup of tea.

3. How many different types of writing do you write? Types of writing include novels, short stories, poetry, song lyrics, etc.

My current WIP is a novel, I’ve also written short stories and poetry.

4. How old were you when you first started writing?

As far as I can remember, I have memories of my childhood always keeping agendas and notebooks with little poetry and ideas for dialogues, cuts from magazines, drawings, collages, etc.

5. How confident are you in your writing?

I mainly trust in my capacity for empathy and to go deep inside myself to harvest that emotial thread necessary to convey the general mood of a scene. When I read stuff I wrote years ago I mostly cringe, when I read the latest I’ve written, I’m parted between “this sounds kind of decent” and “this will need to go through some cuts later on”.

6. Have you ever written and posted anything that was very personal to you?

Nope. That’s why I write fiction. I hate to be too personal online. In my fiction only I know what comes from real experience and what’s the product of my imagination.

7. What inspired you to start writing?

I daydreamed the main idea of my current WIP. It happened around three years ago. It just wouldn’t let me go and everytime I thought about it, I’d add more details and characters. Until I thought “oh, what the hell! Let’s write this and see what comes out”. Throughout my life I’ve had tons of those seeds of ideas growing in the very fertil soil of my mind. But it never occurred to me to develop them until this one.

8. Which of your OCs do you relate to the most?

Laura, my main character. She’s an expat in Germany like me (but she isn’t me!! lol)

9. Have you ever written self-insert fanfiction?

No, I haven’t written them but I have daydreamed them all my fucking life XD.

10. What is your favorite piece you’ve ever written about?

I have a special love for a two-parts short story I wrote last year. I’ve got very positive feedback about it which reasures my confidence in writing. (I write fiction in Spanish but I did translate this one into English. If you guys care to read it, this is the first part, and here is the second one).

11. How frequently do you actually sit down and write?

I try to write every day. At home I usually write at night when everything is already done. During the day there are way too many distractions at home so I frequently find myself escaping to the local library when I can’t do other but to write to fit in with the rest of very studious visitors.

12. How many hours at a time do you do research on your writing?

Research? Hours? *laughs hysterically*
I write historical fiction. At this rate, I wouldn’t be counting hours, but months of research. And. It. Never. Ends.

13. Do you like to branch out in your writing or do you tend to stick to what you know?

It’s fun to reseach new stuff to back up a particular character’s story or field of expertise. It depends whether the plot needs it.

14. What would your antagonist of your current WIP say to you if they saw you in person?

I don’t have a classical baddy per se. Rather, people with their own agendas and set of (at times twisted) values. I don’t think I exist for my characters so…

15. Do you consider yourself your OCs’ god or just kind of a guiding hand (or other? If other, please list)?

I’m a shadow. Invisible for them. I sneak into their conversations with pen and paper ready to write what they say, think and feel. That’s all.

16. What do you think you’d be doing with your time if you’d never gotten into writing?

I would be dedicating full time to the lyric singing technique. I’m a self taught mezzosoprano who started pretty late to take lessons. With writing, singing is a side activity for me.

17. Have you ever written a smut piece?

You mean whether I’ve written erotica? I have written some soft erotica here and there for scenes of my WIP (which I don’t know whether they’ll make it through revision).

18. What was the first thing you ever wrote about?

Some very abstract attempts of poetry back in school years.

19. What is the most creative creature you’ve ever created for world-building?

I haven’t created any creature. I’m sticking with humans so far.

20. Tell me one random fact about your WIP that you have yet to tell your followers.

Random fact is that my novel is going to be in Spanish and it will probably take a while until it is translated into English (I’ll need a professional to do that). I don’t yet have a releasing date but I’m planning to self pub. I write about a 32-year-old Beethoven. There is historical and current fiction mixed with an element of AU. And I’m giving it my all for the past three years.


I tag @hojasdeoctubre @escritos-para-tumbrl @de-poesia-y-poetas @fabricandotextos @gettingitwrite @kittensartsbooks @vidadeunaescritora @victoria-writes-sometimes @givethispromptatry @juliawritesbooks and anybody else who feels like doing these questions :)

Mid-year reading recap

Now that June’s about to end it’s time to look upon our reading progress so far this year and share some book opinions! 

Thank you for tagging me @lizziethereader

This year hasn’t been good to me and I haven’t read much. Not even half of what I planned. Oh, well. Sometimes life is like this

1. Best book you read so far this year
Hero at the Fall (Rebel of the Sands #3) by Alwyn Hamilton and The Martian by Andy Weir

2. Worst book you read so far this year
this is a little mean? Some books didn’t suit me

3. Completed any series?
Rebel of the Sands

4. Anticipated read for the second half of the year

do you mean 4?

  • An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green
  • All Your Perfects by Colleen Hoover (Expected publication: July 17th – my birthday)
  • Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J. Maas
  • Vengeful by V.E. Schwab

5.A book that disappointed you
Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor. All the hype around it made my expectations go WILD. I did not find in this book what others have

6. How many books have you read so far this year?
Remember that I’ve had a lousy year? Only 10 books have fit into it

7. A book that made you laugh
The Martian by Andy Weir

8. Estimated read count for the year?
With the way life is going, I’ll be happy If I make it to 25

tagging: @maddie-mux , @i-breathe-therefore-i-read , @bibliophilecats , @darkestwings

end of school year asks📚

1. what’s one thing you learned this year?

2. what quality of yours improved the most?

3. what is something you still need to work more on?

4. did you make any new friends?

5. was this year better than the last one? why/why not?

6. one thing your teacher/professor said that you will never forget?

7. what are your summer plans?

8. what’s the best study tip you learned?

9. what is your favorite memory from this year?

10. what is your least favorite memory from this year?

11. what are your goals for the next school year?

12. did you manage to keep any habits?

13. what was the hardest subject to study?

14. one thing you wish you could’ve done differently about this year?

15. a playlist that describes the school year?

16. have you read any books? list them!

17. what were your goals? did you achieve them?

18. one struggle you overcame?

19. what advice would you give to your younger self starting this year?

20. are you satisfied with how this year went?

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My friend Sam shared birthdays with Asra (and Faust) and he’s one of his faves, so you know I had to do it to them
(Also he wanted some idolish7 and enstars but I had already started with the other drawing when he said it, so there you have shitty doodles of his faves I made with my left hand for extra comedic purposes)