Watching your eyes

as they invade my soul


"You got a name, brown eyes...?"

{Indie Lucy Harris from Frank Wildhorn's Jekyll & Hyde.}

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count-v-dracula:

"Most would say such about their employer."  Except about him; Dracula would rid of any that were not loyal or were slackers of any sort.

The man in black seated himself after the lady sought to sit.  ”I gather this man is interesting, by the way you think of him.  Thankful and worried…fearful, perhaps?  Ah—” he caught himself.  Dracula was accustomed to prying into the thoughts of other’s, finding out what he could and what else to his benefit— but this woman had done nothing and was not affiliated him in any dire way.  ”Don’t worry much….?  I haven’t caught your name, my lady.  However, I am Count Dragulia.”

     It was strange how this man could understand her thoughts from so few words. Lucy worried that, perhaps, her emotions were beginning to show on her face; a dangerous thing in her business.

     "Count Dragulia, it’s…it’s lovely to meet you, properly. My name is Lucy. Just Lucy."

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Casually promo-ing a bunch of my accounts.

count-v-dracula:

"Your employer is wise, as far as I am able to gather.  Having kind words and a roof over my head at this hour is quite the find, my lady."

He looked about the establishment more out of curiosity; he hadn’t been inside a place like this in, well, centuries.  ”Is this someone else an undesirable person so much to give you a start?”

     "He ain’t nothin’ of the sort, but don’t tell him I said that." Lucy couldn’t help but chuckle softly under her breath, waving a hand dismissively at her own statement.

     She sat in one of the many empty chairs with a strange sort of smile across at the stranger, “He is…an interesting person, I suppose you could say. A customer of mine who ain’t been by in a while, and my skin is thankful for it but my mind worries.”

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Send me a ☻ for a confession from the Muse. Send me a ☺ for a confession from the MUN.

(Source: lead-pencilskirt)

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#outofcorset #meme

     Late replies tonight; Mum’s taking me to see the new Muppets movie. Shall do intros and any replies as soon as I return. Leave some questions while I’m away!!

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#outofcorset

Send me “Moan” and I’ll generate a number!

ebonybeasttamer:

One: My muse will kiss yours on the lips
Two: My muse will get down on their knees for your muse
Three: Your muse owns mine for two days
Four: My muse submits for yours
Five: My muse dominates yours
Six: My muse gives yours a striptease
Seven: My muse trails kisses down your muses chest
Eight: Your muse owns my muse bound and gagged for one night
Nine: Our muses do the deed
Ten: Our muses hug one another
Eleven: My muse nibbles yours
Twelve: Your muse goes down on mine
Thirteen: Your muse gets a lap dance from mine
Fourteen: My muse ties up your muse
Fifteen: My muse removes one article of your muse’s clothing
Sixteen: Your muse removes one article of my muse’s clothing
Seventeen: My muse slips their hand into your muse’s pants
Eighteen: My muse buys yours a shot
Nineteen: My muse finds yours naked and tied to the bed
Twenty:My muse will tease yours (take that however you will)
Twenty-One: Your muse blindfolds mine
Twenty-Two: Our muses have sex in an unconventional place
Twenty-Three: My muse blindfolds yours
Twenty-Four: My muse fawns over your muse’s neck (biting,kissing, etc.)
Twenty-Five: Wild card! I get to pick any of the above

(Source: procurare)

count-v-dracula:

Dracula removed his cloak from atop his shoulders by first undoing the clasp at the neck then folded it over his arm.  It would be uncouth to just stand there and drip all over the floor.

He was a bit taken aback by her cordiality for a moment; the gypsies and Slovaks he was accustomed to living among would sooner raise a club or point a blade at a stranger than offer comfort and smiles.  However this wasn’t the Eastern side of the continent and he took a few steps towards her.  ”You have my thanks.”

     Lucy smiled across at him a moment before stepping down the last few stairs to find one of the other lamps.

     "Nonsense… No one should be left shivering on a night like this." She made a contented noise as the flame lit, and she she stepped away from the table, "Besides, as my lovely employer always says, it’s a ladies job t’make sure a man is well taken care of. So I couldn’t very well leave you soaking wet.”

     Of course, the Spider had been talking of an entirely different topic, but she was able to shake that from her mind for the moment being. “Truthfully, I’d thought you were someone else. You gave me quite a shock.”

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[all] quirks my muse habitually has.

good-moods:

Writers, bold all of your character’s regular truths.

1. Smoking: the action or habit of inhaling and exhaling the smoke of tobacco or a drug.
2. Binge drinking: the consumption of an excessive amount of alcohol in a short period of time.
3. Drug abuse: the habitual taking of illegal drugs.
4. Nail biting: a common body language sign of anxiety/tension.
5. Lip biting: a common body language sign of anxiety/tension.
6. Night Owl: a person who is habitually active or wakeful at night.
7. Early bird: a person who rises, arrives, or acts before the usual or expected time.
8. Negative attitudes: a philosophy of approaching life with criticism and pessimism.
9. Positive attitudes: a philosophy of approaching life with optimism and confidence.
10. Swearing: the use of offensive language.
11. Superstitious: an irrational belief that an object, action, or circumstance not logically related to a course of events influences its outcome.
12. Inspecting fingernails: a common body language sign of boredom.
13. Scratching your neck: a common body language sign of uncertainty.
14. Foot and finger tapping: a common body language sign of stress/impatience.
15. Nose touch: a subtle body language sign of deceit.
16. Flipping hair: a common body language sign of craving attention.
17. Twirling hair: a common body language sign of flirtation.
18. Cracking knuckles: a common body language sign of readiness.
19. Hands behind back: a common body language sign of confidence.
20. Finger pointing: a common body language sign of authority.
21. Hands on hips: a common body language sign of readiness.
22: Hands in pockets: a common body language sign of mistrust/reluctance.
23. Frequent touch: a common body language sign of warmth/familiarity.
24. Throat-clearing: a common body language sign of rejection/doubt.
25: Jaw-clenching: a common body language sign of hostility.
26: Eye-rolling: a common body language sign of irritation.
27: Head-tilt: a common body language sign of interest.
28. Whistling: to emit high-pitched sound by forcing breath through a small hole between one’s lips or teeth; usually to a tune.
29. Humming: make a low, steady continuous sound like that of a bee; usually to a tune.
30. Perfectionism: refusal to accept any standard short of perfection.
31. Photographic memory: the ability to remember information or visual images in great detail.
32. Paranoia: a mental condition characterized by delusions of persecution, unwarranted jealousy, or exaggerated self-importance, typically worked into an organized system.
33. Exaggeration: a statement that represents something as better or worse than it really is.
34: Intuitive: using or based on what one feels to be true even without conscious reasoning; instinctive.
35: Quick-witted: showing or characterized by an ability to think or respond quickly and effectively.
36: Interrupting: breaking the continuity of a conversation with one’s own statements.
37: Doodling: to scribble or make rough drawings, absent-mindedly.
38: Irritable: having or showing a tendency to be easily annoyed.
39: Gambling: to play games of chance for money; bet.
40: Travel-sick: suffering from nausea caused by the motion of a moving vehicle, boat, or aircraft.
41: Sensitive: having or displaying a quick and delicate appreciation of others’ feelings.
42: Melancholy: a feeling of pensive sadness, typically with no obvious cause.
43: Chewing gum: the exercise of chewing flavoured gum which is not intended for swallowing.
44: Fidgeting: to make small movements, especially of the hands and feet, through nervousness or impatience.
45: Skeptical: not easily convinced; having doubts or reservations.
46: Neat-freak: compulsively obsessed with cleanliness.
47: Gossiping: divulging personal information about others.
48: Prim: feeling or showing disapproval of anything regarded as improper; stiffly correct.
49: Abbreviating: Giving others nicknames/shortening names/giving pet names.
50: Having a catchphrase: having a sentence or phrase typically associated with a specific person.

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#{headcanon}

Psst… I’m supposed to be getting the 1995 tour on DVD soon. I’ll be doing a live-stream when I do.

you better tell me when you do this because if you don’t include me I will cry.

I can’t listen to ‘Alive’ without dancing around my house. Think I scared the cat. Whoops.