Mama, I said
He wants to kiss me
And he won’t take no for an answer
She turned to me, eyes blazing
God help me, she said
Who taught these boys you are something to be had?
Don’t they know that your name means strength,
That your father gave it to you knowing what a force you would be?
You’re a wildfire, don’t they know?
You’re the entire ocean, not a puddle
They’ll come up choking for air
Next time you turn your head away from his lips and he turns it back,
Tell him your mother taught you that your body is a temple
Let him kneel before you
Let him pray in a whispered fervor
Let him swear his allegiance
Let him prove his devotion
Honey, you’re a damn wildfire
You choose who you burn

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Guys…guys…guys…GUYS. Remember that time I mentioned all the awesome people who were going to be appearing at my local comic convention?

Add fucking Khal Drogo to the list!

…guess who’s getting a picture with Jason Mamoa? This girl.

*continues to pointedly ignore the huge pile of boxes that have to be carried to the dumpster*

*continues to pointedly ignore the huge pile of boxes that have to be carried to the dumpster*

It was pointed out to me earlier that I am, as of today, a professional writer. Granted, it’s only creative writing in the strictest sense, but nonetheless, I’ll take it. Excuse me while I go accomplish some more childhood dreams.

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"Rocks and Water"— Deb Talan (cover)

This is slowly becoming one of my favorite songs for a variety of reasons, aside from the fact that it’s just a fun song to sing.

I got distracted toward the end for a moment by my cat, but I liked how the rest of it turned out to record it again. So. Deal.


Just put on dark lipstick and act like nothing happened


We sent Loni Love to a pole dancing class. While these are some of the best moments, you will not regret watching the whole clip. We promise. 


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Crazy Ideas That Are Borderline Genius

A Morgan Freeman Vocaloid sounds badass though…