She smiled and embraced him, leaning close against his solid frame, one palm flat against the god’s chest. “Is that satisfactory?”
“Start? My…” With a teasing smile, she moved towards him, leaning up on tiptoes to kiss him, light and teasing.
i’m scared. but do it
lilylacey replied to your post: // UK didn’t win but still, my fave song won. Yay.//I’m sorry, but NORWAY OR GREECE SHOULD HAVE WON I DON’T UNDERSTAND WHY DENMARK WON SHE WAS AWFUL >.<
// I can’t even remember Norway’s o.o Greece was good but I quite enjoyed Denmark’s. They were all better than Spain’s though >.>
//Spain couldn’t even sing, my gods. So off-key. Finland made me laugh though. Also Graham Norton’s commentary was gold. Norway was the Bond-esque one. Me gusta Norway.
//Oh look, Iceland brought Thor out of hiding.
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I Should’ve Saved That Gif When I Had The Chance Because Now I Can’t Find It: The Musical
- Dated: 16th century
- Culture: Persian
- Medium: Steel, ivory, gold, silver gilt
- Measurements: Length 12 1/4 in. ( 31.12 cm)
The dagger features an inscription: on acanthus-shaped chape - mark of Turkish silver-smith stands: a) topline in Ottoman Turkish “I asked for water from your dagger-wielder if you would drink but one it will run (appear) from your side”, b) lower line in Persian “If I thirst his dagger is not laid down (does not descend) by my bloody desire no water will pass through this throat”.