- Amazing- incredible, unbelievable, improbable, fabulous, wonderful, fantastic, astonishing, astounding, extraordinary
- Anger- enrage, infuriate, arouse, nettle, exasperate, inflame, madden
- Angry- mad, furious, enraged, excited, wrathful, indignant, exasperated, aroused, inflamed
- Answer- reply, respond, retort, acknowledge
- Ask- question, inquire of, seek information from, put a question to, demand, request, expect, inquire, query, interrogate, examine, quiz
- Awful- dreadful, terrible, abominable, bad, poor, unpleasant
- Bad- evil, immoral, wicked, corrupt, sinful, depraved, rotten, contaminated, spoiled, tainted, harmful, injurious, unfavorable, defective, inferior, imperfect, substandard, faulty, improper, inappropriate, unsuitable, disagreeable, unpleasant, cross, nasty, unfriendly, irascible, horrible, atrocious, outrageous, scandalous, infamous, wrong, noxious, sinister, putrid, snide, deplorable, dismal, gross, heinous, nefarious, base, obnoxious, detestable, despicable, contemptible, foul, rank, ghastly, execrable
- Beautiful - pretty, lovely, handsome, attractive, gorgeous, dazzling, splendid, magnificent, comely, fair, ravishing, graceful, elegant, fine, exquisite, aesthetic, pleasing, shapely, delicate, stunning, glorious, heavenly, resplendent, radiant, glowing, blooming, sparkling
- Begin - start, open, launch, initiate, commence, inaugurate, originate
- Big - enormous, huge, immense, gigantic, vast, colossal, gargantuan, large, sizable, grand, great, tall, substantial, mammoth, astronomical, ample, broad, expansive, spacious, stout, tremendous, titanic, mountainous
- Brave - courageous, fearless, dauntless, intrepid, plucky, daring, heroic, valorous, audacious, bold, gallant, valiant, doughty, mettlesome
- Break - fracture, rupture, shatter, smash, wreck, crash, demolish, atomize
- Bright - shining, shiny, gleaming, brilliant, sparkling, shimmering, radiant, vivid, colorful, lustrous, luminous, incandescent, intelligent, knowing, quick-witted, smart, intellectual
- Calm - quiet, peaceful, still, tranquil, mild, serene, smooth, composed, collected, unruffled, level-headed, unexcited, detached, aloof
- Come - approach, advance, near, arrive, reach
- Cool - chilly, cold, frosty, wintry, icy, frigid
- Crooked - bent, twisted, curved, hooked, zigzag
- Cry - shout, yell, yowl, scream, roar, bellow, weep, wail, sob, bawl
- Cut - gash, slash, prick, nick, sever, slice, carve, cleave, slit, chop, crop, lop, reduce
- Dangerous - perilous, hazardous, risky, uncertain, unsafe
- Dark - shadowy, unlit, murky, gloomy, dim, dusky, shaded, sunless, black, dismal, sad
- Decide - determine, settle, choose, resolve
- Definite - certain, sure, positive, determined, clear, distinct, obvious
- Delicious - savory, delectable, appetizing, luscious, scrumptious, palatable, delightful, enjoyable, toothsome, exquisite
- Describe - portray, characterize, picture, narrate, relate, recount, represent, report, record
- Destroy - ruin, demolish, raze, waste, kill, slay, end, extinguish
- Difference - disagreement, inequity, contrast, dissimilarity, incompatibility
- Do - execute, enact, carry out, finish, conclude, effect, accomplish, achieve, attain
- Dull - boring, tiring„ tiresome, uninteresting, slow, dumb, stupid, unimaginative, lifeless, dead, insensible, tedious, wearisome, listless, expressionless, plain, monotonous, humdrum, dreary
- Eager - keen, fervent, enthusiastic, involved, interested, alive to
- End - stop, finish, terminate, conclude, close, halt, cessation, discontinuance
- Enjoy - appreciate, delight in, be pleased, indulge in, luxuriate in, bask in, relish, devour, savor, like
- Explain - elaborate, clarify, define, interpret, justify, account for
- Fair - just, impartial, unbiased, objective, unprejudiced, honest
- Fall - drop, descend, plunge, topple, tumble
- False - fake, fraudulent, counterfeit, spurious, untrue, unfounded, erroneous, deceptive, groundless, fallacious
- Famous - well-known, renowned, celebrated, famed, eminent, illustrious, distinguished, noted, notorious
- Fast - quick, rapid, speedy, fleet, hasty, snappy, mercurial, swiftly, rapidly, quickly, snappily, speedily, lickety-split, posthaste, hastily, expeditiously, like a flash
- Fat - stout, corpulent, fleshy, beefy, paunchy, plump, full, rotund, tubby, pudgy, chubby, chunky, burly, bulky, elephantine
- Fear - fright, dread, terror, alarm, dismay, anxiety, scare, awe, horror, panic, apprehension
- Fly - soar, hover, flit, wing, flee, waft, glide, coast, skim, sail, cruise
- Funny - humorous, amusing, droll, comic, comical, laughable, silly
- Get - acquire, obtain, secure, procure, gain, fetch, find, score, accumulate, win, earn, rep, catch, net, bag, derive, collect, gather, glean, pick up, accept, come by, regain, salvage
- Go - recede, depart, fade, disappear, move, travel, proceed
- Good - excellent, fine, superior, wonderful, marvelous, qualified, suited, suitable, apt, proper, capable, generous, kindly, friendly, gracious, obliging, pleasant, agreeable, pleasurable, satisfactory, well-behaved, obedient, honorable, reliable, trustworthy, safe, favorable, profitable, advantageous, righteous, expedient, helpful, valid, genuine, ample, salubrious, estimable, beneficial, splendid, great, noble, worthy, first-rate, top-notch, grand, sterling, superb, respectable, edifying
- Great - noteworthy, worthy, distinguished, remarkable, grand, considerable, powerful, much, mighty
- Gross - improper, rude, coarse, indecent, crude, vulgar, outrageous, extreme, grievous, shameful, uncouth, obscene, low
- Happy - pleased, contented, satisfied, delighted, elated, joyful, cheerful, ecstatic, jubilant, gay, tickled, gratified, glad, blissful, overjoyed
- Hate - despise, loathe, detest, abhor, disfavor, dislike, disapprove, abominate
- Have - hold, possess, own, contain, acquire, gain, maintain, believe, bear, beget, occupy, absorb, fill, enjoy
- Help - aid, assist, support, encourage, back, wait on, attend, serve, relieve, succor, benefit, befriend, abet
- Hide - conceal, cover, mask, cloak, camouflage, screen, shroud, veil
- Hurry - rush, run, speed, race, hasten, urge, accelerate, bustle
- Hurt - damage, harm, injure, wound, distress, afflict, pain
- Idea - thought, concept, conception, notion, understanding, opinion, plan, view, belief
- Important - necessary, vital, critical, indispensable, valuable, essential, significant, primary, principal, considerable, famous, distinguished, notable, well-known
- Interesting - fascinating, engaging, sharp, keen, bright, intelligent, animated, spirited, attractive, inviting, intriguing, provocative, though-provoking, challenging, inspiring, involving, moving, titillating, tantalizing, exciting, entertaining, piquant, lively, racy, spicy, engrossing, absorbing, consuming, gripping, arresting, enthralling, spellbinding, curious, captivating, enchanting, bewitching, appealing
- Keep - hold, retain, withhold, preserve, maintain, sustain, support
- Kill - slay, execute, assassinate, murder, destroy, cancel, abolish
- Lazy - indolent, slothful, idle, inactive, sluggish
- Little - tiny, small, diminutive, shrimp, runt, miniature, puny, exiguous, dinky, cramped, limited, itsy-bitsy, microscopic, slight, petite, minute
- Look - gaze, see, glance, watch, survey, study, seek, search for, peek, peep, glimpse, stare, contemplate, examine, gape, ogle, scrutinize, inspect, leer, behold, observe, view, witness, perceive, spy, sight, discover, notice, recognize, peer, eye, gawk, peruse, explore
- Love - like, admire, esteem, fancy, care for, cherish, adore, treasure, worship, appreciate, savor
- Make - create, originate, invent, beget, form, construct, design, fabricate, manufacture, produce, build, develop, do, effect, execute, compose, perform, accomplish, earn, gain, obtain, acquire, get
- Mark - label, tag, price, ticket, impress, effect, trace, imprint, stamp, brand, sign, note, heed, notice, designate
- Mischievous - prankish, playful, naughty, roguish, waggish, impish, sportive
- Move - plod, go, creep, crawl, inch, poke, drag, toddle, shuffle, trot, dawdle, walk, traipse, mosey, jog, plug, trudge, slump, lumber, trail, lag, run, sprint, trip, bound, hotfoot, high-tail, streak, stride, tear, breeze, whisk, rush, dash, dart, bolt, fling, scamper, scurry, skedaddle, scoot, scuttle, scramble, race, chase, hasten, hurry, hump, gallop, lope, accelerate, stir, budge, travel, wander, roam, journey, trek, ride, spin, slip, glide, slide, slither, coast, flow, sail, saunter, hobble, amble, stagger, paddle, slouch, prance, straggle, meander, perambulate, waddle, wobble, pace, swagger, promenade, lunge
- Moody - temperamental, changeable, short-tempered, glum, morose, sullen, mopish, irritable, testy, peevish, fretful, spiteful, sulky, touchy
- Neat - clean, orderly, tidy, trim, dapper, natty, smart, elegant, well-organized, super, desirable, spruce, shipshape, well-kept, shapely
- New - fresh, unique, original, unusual, novel, modern, current, recent
- Old - feeble, frail, ancient, weak, aged, used, worn, dilapidated, ragged, faded, broken-down, former, old-fashioned, outmoded, passe, veteran, mature, venerable, primitive, traditional, archaic, conventional, customary, stale, musty, obsolete, extinct
- Part - portion, share, piece, allotment, section, fraction, fragment
- Place - space, area, spot, plot, region, location, situation, position, residence, dwelling, set, site, station, status, state
- Plan - plot, scheme, design, draw, map, diagram, procedure, arrangement, intention, device, contrivance, method, way, blueprint
- Popular - well-liked, approved, accepted, favorite, celebrated, common, current
- Predicament - quandary, dilemma, pickle, problem, plight, spot, scrape, jam
- Put - place, set, attach, establish, assign, keep, save, set aside, effect, achieve, do, build
- Quiet - silent, still, soundless, mute, tranquil, peaceful, calm, restful
- Right - correct, accurate, factual, true, good, just, honest, upright, lawful, moral, proper, suitable, apt, legal, fair
- Run - race, speed, hurry, hasten, sprint, dash, rush, escape, elope, flee
- Say/Tell - inform, notify, advise, relate, recount, narrate, explain, reveal, disclose, divulge, declare, command, order, bid, enlighten, instruct, insist, teach, train, direct, issue, remark, converse, speak, affirm, suppose, utter, negate, express, verbalize, voice, articulate, pronounce, deliver, convey, impart, assert, state, allege, mutter, mumble, whisper, sigh, exclaim, yell, sing, yelp, snarl, hiss, grunt, snort, roar, bellow, thunder, boom, scream, shriek, screech, squawk, whine, philosophize, stammer, stutter, lisp, drawl, jabber, protest, announce, swear, vow, content, assure, deny, dispute
- Scared - afraid, frightened, alarmed, terrified, panicked, fearful, unnerved, insecure, timid, shy, skittish, jumpy, disquieted, worried, vexed, troubled, disturbed, horrified, terrorized, shocked, petrified, haunted, timorous, shrinking, tremulous, stupefied, paralyzed, stunned, apprehensive
- Show - display, exhibit, present, note, point to, indicate, explain, reveal, prove, demonstrate, expose
- Slow - unhurried, gradual, leisurely, late, behind, tedious, slack
- Stop - cease, halt, stay, pause, discontinue, conclude, end, finish, quit
- Story - tale, myth, legend, fable, yarn, account, narrative, chronicle, epic, sage, anecdote, record, memoir
- Strange - odd, peculiar, unusual, unfamiliar, uncommon, queer, weird, outlandish, curious, unique, exclusive, irregular
- Take - hold, catch, seize, grasp, win, capture, acquire, pick, choose, select, prefer, remove, steal, lift, rob, engage, bewitch, purchase, buy, retract, recall, assume, occupy, consume
- Tell - disclose, reveal, show, expose, uncover, relate, narrate, inform, advise, explain, divulge, declare, command, order, bid, recount, repeat
- Think - judge, deem, assume, believe, consider, contemplate, reflect, mediate
- Trouble - distress, anguish, anxiety, worry, wretchedness, pain, danger, peril, disaster, grief, misfortune, difficulty, concern, pains, inconvenience, exertion, effort
- True - accurate, right, proper, precise, exact, valid, genuine, real, actual, trusty, steady, loyal, dependable, sincere, staunch
- Ugly - hideous, frightful, frightening, shocking, horrible, unpleasant, monstrous, terrifying, gross, grisly, ghastly, horrid, unsightly, plain, homely, evil, repulsive, repugnant, gruesome
- Unhappy - miserable, uncomfortable, wretched, heart-broken, unfortunate, poor, downhearted, sorrowful, depressed, dejected, melancholy, glum, gloomy, dismal, discouraged, sad
- Use - employ, utilize, exhaust, spend, expend, consume, exercise
- Wrong - incorrect, inaccurate, mistaken, erroneous, improper, unsuitable
+ I see a lot of cafe roleplays going around and that’s great! To add more depth and detail to the reply you could add what flavor of coffee or what kind of tea it is, instead of saying something like “I waited for my coffee to be ready,” you could say “I ordered a cafe mocha and waited for it to be ready.” You get what I’m saying?
Under the cut you will find a tutorial on how to make a simple manip. I’ll try my best to explain everything well but if you have questions or concerns, let me know. Please only reblog if you are an rph.
Keir Gilchrist maybe? He isn’t Italian as she is but he is the best I could come up with anon.
♡ EMMAOFRP MASTERLIST: PARA IDEAS SPECIFIC TO CERTAIN PLOTS--CHRISTMAS EDITION ♡
Hi so I made one of these about four months ago and people seemed to like it, so I thought I'd do a holiday themed one! It looks like people are actually writing less and less these days in rps so I hope this inspires people to para some more! Happy Holidays!! xx
❄ MASTERLIST OF HOLIDAY-THEMED DATES
Under the cut you'll find 30+ different date ideas that all have something to do with the Christmas season. Feel free to use them as para ideas, or for whatever you want to, really. Reblogs & likes are greatly appreciated. And happy holidays, losers.
Also please pardon my shitty graphic.
I think so, yes.
A History Lesson: A Rather Large Guide on the Culture of the 1920s
This is a guide to the culture of the 1920s. This guide is… long. And full of information. I promise. Besides being enough information for a research paper, it’s to help roleplays set in the 1920s really have a historical feel with all those little facts that trip us up. Obviously this is not everything about the 1920s, just a little sliver, but I put a lot of time into this guide so if it helps you, please like or reblog it. Thanks and happy roleplaying.
You are so sweet!
And a Happy Holidays to you!!!
HOW TO PLAY A NAIVE CHARACTER;
I’m not going to lie, I was a little baffled when we first got this request. I don’t usually read guides on portraying characters with specific character traits that more or less ‘define’ them - as I believe that tends to lead a person to portray their character in a very linear way. The truth is, you, as a writer, have the creative freedom to write your character any way you prefer and please, with as few limitations as possible - which is, and always has been - the beauty of roleplaying. Though I feel that to write a realistic character, one should focus on making them multifaceted and avoid stereotypical molds. That being said, let’s move forward, shall we?
Source: An inside look at ADHD.
Me 100% of the time. Luckily Ito help for my ADD when I was a child
- ADD and ADHD are the same disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder was officially renamed Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in 1994. Many people use ADD to refer to Type One presented here, and ADHD to refer to Type Two, but they are the same core disorder.
- In many cases where ADHD carries into adulthood, it’s a genetic issue [My grandfather, mother, siblings, and I have all been diagnosed with ADHD], though this does not always occur.
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more fun facts!
- there are a lot of talks about how ADHD is overdiagnosed, and that may be true for boys, but for girls ADHD is severely underdiagnosed.
- older studies mostly looked at hyperactive boys and that’s the perception we have of ADHD. because of this many girls will go undiagnosed until adulthood.
- most girls/women who have ADHD are inattentive type. they tend to be introverted, disorganized and daydreamers.
- girls will internalize these as personal failings and teenage girls have a much higher rate of suicide and self harm because of it
- ADHD is often comorbid with anxiety and depression, both of which are caused by the failings from having ADHD
- depression can present itself differently in people with ADHD. it’s more of a discouragement from constantly failing, but it can be just as debilitating.
- read this article from the atlantic: It’s Different for Girls with ADHD
Very useful for writing a character with ADHD and getting over the ‘lol so hyper!!!!!!’ stereotype.
As a present to y’all for 350 followers I’ve decided to make a masterlist. Underneath the cut is a whole bunch of things you could base your roleplay on. Some of these are very common, rare and some I have never seen before. I will be making a part two or adding more to this one hopefully. I hope this helped! Please like or reblog if it did!
A GUIDE TO THE QUEEN’S DENMARK!
As a Dane I haven’t been able to not notice that I see absolutely no RPs with connection to Denmark. Not in plot, location, even in characters - so I figured I would educate you all about my tiny, but beautiful, country. I found this very thorough guide (x), but reading through it I decided to adjust it a bit here and there, to make sure everything is included.
Everybody says that people can only suffer from two different types of eating disorders and anything that strays away is out of the norm. That’s false. Peoples who suffer from eating disorders don’t have to be anorexic nor are they required to be bulimic. Often enough, there are EDNOS: Eating Disorder not otherwise specified.
Within this guide you will find the following:
- Health issues
- Rehabilitation/Doctor involvement
- Differences between anorexia/bulimia to EDNOS.
For obvious reasons this guide is labeled as a trigger warning. If you do not wish to be triggered, do not proceed. If you wish to learn how to play a character as such, please read on. Remember: not every eating disorder is the same! Which is really the entire purpose of this EDNOS guide.
I’m actually in the process of making gifs of all of the kids from season one of House of Anubis. So:
With a little luck they will all be done by New Years haha. And then i’ll be starting Emily Vancamp gifs. I’ll be making a lot because there never really seems to be enough of her. And then i’ll do season 2 of HOA and eventually season 3. At least that’s my plan.