Sonny stop taking over.
when nobody laughs at my jokes
finding a new blog in your fandom
RED WHY ARE YOU “WHOOO HOOOOO”-ING AT THIS TIME OF NIGHT DO YOU THINK THIS IS A FUCKING RIDE
Whoever that guillotine in the magician’s room was used for must have had a really really tiny neck. Like…
that hole is the size of a magnifying glass.
or… it was used for “other” things
so I think I’m gonna start a thing on my blog where I post one old clue crew post that I find hilarious each night around the same time
(with the exception of tonight because I found another one that I can’t keep hidden)
but I’m setting up a queue now
Do you want to get what you want? Do you want people to listen to your opinion? Just do this: Point your first finger upward. Glare into your challenger’s eyes.
(This is the persuasive position. Brought to you by Karl “the Bürgermeister” Weschler. Guaranteed to make teenage sleuths take back what they said about your dolls-ahem-action figures or your money back!)
the thrilling trilogy of Ned’s jealousy
Hahaha I love that Nancy blatantly says “my two boyfriends”
omfg this is gold
I suddenly felt the urge to become Miwako Shimizu.
"Stranger has disconnected."
So in celebration of reaching 200 followers, I decided to create some concepts for a Nancy Drew game (cover/characters/puzzles). A while ago I asked you guys what kind of game you would like to see (history, science, or literature based) and the overwhelming consensus was literature based, so naturally, I went with my ol’ pal Will. Sorry about the “soundtrack” being on youtube but I didn’t have the patience for 8tracks. Also I’m calling it COD because that way it can be a dick joke. Click the pictures for captions!
Nancy Drew — The Cryptic Codex (coming 20—never) [soundtrack]
When a series of unexplained accidents drive away not only several of the actors, but the director of a small up and rising theater group, an old friend has no choice but to call and ask for help. It’s up to you as Nancy Drew to gain the trust of the remaining cast and crew and find a saboteur before it’s too late. Will this be curtain call for a play that hasn’t even had it’s opening day? Or will the show go on?
- Shakespeare Trivia — Learn interesting factoids about the Bard’s life and his plays
- Play the Part — Learn lines and take part in a rehearsal.
- Become Part of the Crew — Help out with the lights and organize costumes and props.
- Secret Messages — Crack codes using lines from Shakespeare’s plays.
- Erase Mistakes — Get a second chance without starting over.
- Play at Your Own Pace — Chose from Junior or Senior Detective difficulty settings.
Meet the Cast and Crew (in order from left to right)!
Jules Barnett— An old friend of Nancy’s and actor in the Lady Chamberlain’s Actors theater company. She called Nancy for help but she seems to dodge almost every question that Nancy asks. You can find her in the lobby of the theater.
Michelle “Mickey” Yeung — The only stagehand who decided to stay. Because of this she’s been put in charge of almost everything and she’s starting to feel incredibly frustrated and overwhelmed. She can be found in the Props room.
Javier “JR” Ramirez — The lead actor in the Lady Chamberlain’s Actors theater company. He has dreams of being on a bigger stage someday. Could his ambition be driving him to commit acts of sabotage? He can be found backstage.
Gabe Rosenberg — The assistant director and grump of the company. Many of these accidents seem to have resulted in his favor, what with the actual director picking up and leaving Gabe in charge. You can find him at the nearby coffee shop
Phone Friends —Bess and George, Ned, The Director who Left, our favorite gal Hotchkiss, and Charleena Purcell.
MHM scared the life out of me as a kid, hahaha enough that I couldn’t finish it for like, five years..
I just hated all the shadows and weird noises because I never knew when they would be coming ._.
HAHAHAH THANK YOU FOR TAGGING ME IN THIS. YOU HAVE DONE WELL, GRASSHOPPER.
Capricorn φ Ellie York
“Capricorn is a feet-on-the-ground, eye-on-the-prize sign. Those with Sun in Capricorn have a realistic, grounded approach to life that can be seen no matter how dreamy the rest of the birth chart suggests. These people know how to do things, and to get things done.
Some Capricorns naturally turn their backs on things they deem too frivolous. They are very much concerned with things that are worthwhile—and that includes their own lives. Capricorns want to do and be something worthwhile. Like their Earth signs relatives, Taurus and Virgo, they need to feel useful and effective in the real world in order to be satisfied with their lives. But the Capricorn spin on the earth signs is that Capricorn possesses a stronger need for recognition in a worldly sense. They have a strong sense of society and its framework, and they feel most secure when they feel they are doing their part within that framework.
Capricorns like to pare things down, and take pleasure in the simple things in life. However, many are attracted to status symbols and these ones will wear the best clothes (tasteful ones!) and drive quietly impressive cars.
Comparing Capricorns to their symbol, the goat, brings up some interesting analogies. Solar Capricorns can see into the future, and plan for it. They don’t mind taking things slowly, but they absolutely aim to get to the top of the mountain in life! They make their way steadily and sure-footedly; and their strength and singleness of purpose are admirable.
Capricorns can sometimes be rather lonely people, although they rarely let it show. They are often a little reserved—even standoffish. This is generally because they value all things practical, and they’ll seldom wear their emotions on their sleeves, unless they have a particularly flamboyant Moon sign.
This is a sign that is surely the most resourceful of the zodiac. To some, Capricorns come across as unimaginative, but they can be enormously creative when it comes to the material world. They are generally very capable people with a strong sense of tradition and responsibility.
Many Capricorns have mastered the art of making people laugh. Their sense of humor can be of the deadpan variety—they’re generally excellent at keeping a straight face. They can be bitingly sarcastic, too.
Capricorns are not known for taking too many risks in life. They value the beaten track and things “tried and true”. This is not to say they are stick-in-the-muds — they simply value the hard work laid down by those who’ve been around before them.
Turn to your Capricorn friends for help when you need to really get things done. They’ll have practical advice, and they’ll help you organize and manage your life a little better. Capricorns are generally good with their “word”, dependable, and rather loyal people.”