001 | Send me a fandom and I will tell you my:
- Favorite character:
- Least Favorite character:
- 5 Favorite ships (canon or non-canon):
- Character I find most attractive:
- Character I would marry:
- Character I would be best friends with:
- A random thought:
- An unpopular opinion:
- My canon OTP:
- Non-canon OTP:
- Most badass character:
- Pairing I am not a fan of:
- Character I feel the writers screwed up (in one way or another):
- Favourite friendship:
002 | send me a ship and I will tell you:
- when or if I started shipping it.
- my thoughts:
- What makes me happy about them:
- What makes me sad about them:
- Things done in fanfic that annoys me:
- Things I look for in fanfic:
- My kinks:
- Who I’d be comfortable them ending up with, if not each other:
- My happily ever after for them:
003 | Give me a character & I will tell you
- How I feel about this character:
- All the people I ship romantically with this character:
- My non-romantic OTP for this character:
- My unpopular opinion about this character:
- One thing I wish would happen / had happened with this character in canon:
- My OTP:
- My OT3:
sam winchester meme: sam + colors [green]
Traditional wedding attire in SNK’s world isn’t black and white like in ours.
Instead, the bride wears a blue dress, to signify all that is immortal in the world - the limitless free sky and endless sweet water, both the sources of all life in the present and all hope in the future.
The groom wears a tan/yellow suit to signify himself as the foundation of the marriage - he is the land under the sky and he is the sand under the water. The color also represents protection and the Great Walls.
Both of them weave fresh flowers into their outfits and hair to insure a happy marriage.
Seeing as the majority of society are atheists, the ceremony is devoid of religious symbolism and clergymen.
Instead, the two mothers on both sides (or in their absence an older female relative or friend) conduct the ceremony, in which both the bride and the groom share a cup of water given to them by the mothers, to represent the unification of their lives, and consume a piece of raw meat, preferably that of a cow, to symbolize fertility and intercourse. Nowadays a lot of couples prefer to replace the meat with red berries.
Okay, so here’s the deal - as you know, we’ve just released a little book of photos called Bedroom Session 001.
We’re super proud of it & have an extra proof copy we’d like to give away, as a big thank you to all of you folks for supporting us and generally being awesome! You’ll get this exact copy of the book, signed by both members of Amamak. It’s a little different from the final draft - and it has a slightly off-colour square on the cover as you can see in the second picture.
In order to enter the giveaway, you just have to follow Amamak & like or reblog this post - two chances to win right there! We’ll pick a winner a week from today, on November 22. Oh, and if you’d just like to buy the book anyhow, you can do that here!