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【亚梅/AM】被魔法触手攻击后的梅林

私设很多,人物ooc


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恶趣味十足,不喜误入!

私设很多,人物ooc


play大纲,没有具体描写


恶趣味十足,不喜误入!


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十个百川串一串儿

陆地上的发情期

   Orm的脚趾陷在细软的沙子中,海浪拍打过来,拂过他脚面白皙柔软的皮肤,又将脚下的流沙带走。久居海底的亚特兰蒂斯亲王因为这样奇异的触感瑟缩了一下,犹豫着想退回他熟悉的海洋,却被Author扯住手腕坚定不移的带向陆地。

  “你总会适应的bro。”

  大个子国王大大咧咧的把人往怀里一带,指一指远处灯火通明的小镇和更远处连绵的山峰,以及顶尖皑皑的积雪,“来吧,让我们一起打消你那可笑的,对陆地的仇视。”

  “那不可笑!”Orm抬头瞪着比自己高的Author——无论是身高还是地位上,看见他清冷月光下金灿灿的瞳孔,突然和站在卡拉森头顶的海王相重合,到了...

   Orm的脚趾陷在细软的沙子中,海浪拍打过来,拂过他脚面白皙柔软的皮肤,又将脚下的流沙带走。久居海底的亚特兰蒂斯亲王因为这样奇异的触感瑟缩了一下,犹豫着想退回他熟悉的海洋,却被Author扯住手腕坚定不移的带向陆地。

  “你总会适应的bro。”

  大个子国王大大咧咧的把人往怀里一带,指一指远处灯火通明的小镇和更远处连绵的山峰,以及顶尖皑皑的积雪,“来吧,让我们一起打消你那可笑的,对陆地的仇视。”

  “那不可笑!”Orm抬头瞪着比自己高的Author——无论是身高还是地位上,看见他清冷月光下金灿灿的瞳孔,突然和站在卡拉森头顶的海王相重合,到了嘴边的那句“肮脏的野种”就被他嗫嚅着吞下去,喉结上上下下犹豫半天,不情不愿的挤出一个my King。

  亚特兰蒂斯的王低头吻了吻弟弟的通红耳尖,半推着把人带向港口的旅店。

  “我们要待上几天。”Author从前台那里接过钥匙的时候说,被身后瑟缩在温暖壁炉旁的Orm听见。“我不希望有人打扰。”他留下足够的陆地货币,老板笑着许诺。

  “几天?”被Author从地上拉起来的时候Orm有些留恋那些橙红色的火焰和温度,却更关心这个关键性问题。“Author,你别忘了你的身份,海底的事务多到超出你的想象,妈妈和Mera不能一直帮你。”Orm被他的王拖在身后却一直喋喋不休,力气抗不过前面的大个子但也不放弃说服。“Arthur你有没有听我说话!”

   海王明显心不在焉的哼哼着,只含糊其辞的把人往楼上带。

   “哥哥!”Orm突然拦在他面前,皱着眉头,湖蓝的眼睛仰视着他的,一片水光在里面荡漾,看的Author几乎要心碎,只能放轻了姿态伸手抚摸了那人的脖颈,手指在腺体留恋打转,发现那一处滚烫而微微凸起。Orm因为这个动作抖了抖,扭头避开那只作祟的手,开口时轻的如同羽毛落地。

   “我快要到发情期。”

Alpha却爽朗的笑开了花,把人扛到肩膀上大步流星的穿过长廊。“我当然知道,我的ormi,三天,就三天,足够我们赶在那之前回到海里。”他摸着掌下浑圆的屁股,暗示性的拍了拍,这是他好不容易找到的空闲时间,他早就想带着弟弟来陆地,爬爬山,游游湖,看看山林做做爱。但这其中不包括逼迫他的宝贝在陆地上度过发情期。发情期已经够难受的了,ormi肯定更喜欢在熟悉的环境度过。当然,陆地上的奇异体验也不错......“呃如果你愿意的话我们也可以.....”

“我不愿意!”Orm气急,狠狠锤了Author后背一拳,那人却当是不痛不痒的调情了。

国王掐着时间,精准的把每一分每一秒都填充满,甚至天不亮就把他弟弟从被窝里拽出来。

“Ormi,你是更喜欢山林还是更喜欢湖泊,呃或者高山?我们今天可以先去爬山,你觉得呢?”他刚刚出去买过早餐,鼻尖被冻的通红,贴在Orm被炉火和被窝捂得温热的脸蛋上,把人从睡梦中叫醒。

刚刚睁眼的Ormi乖巧的让人心疼,蓝眼睛迷迷蒙蒙四下打量一番,舔舔自己鲜艳的嘴唇,然后发出咕哝。

“emmmm......what....?”

Author觉得自己要被Orm软糯的奶音给暖化了,大型犬一样拱上床,把一身风雪都留在被窝外。

Orm被突然贴上来的寒凉给激的彻底清醒,大叫一声一脚蹬出去,裹着被子滚到另一边,又被Author给掀开,冰凉的手伸进睡衣,说是暖手其实又别有用心。

等两个人黏黏糊糊的终于解决了早餐,洗漱完毕站在街道上,天光已然全亮,街市热闹起来。

古朴又繁华的历史小镇,正处在旅游淡季,当地人热情的招待两个好心照顾生意的主顾。

他们依旧没有去爬山,他们去看了残破的帕特农神庙,几根石柱立在那里,昭示曾经的辉煌。Orm围着柱子走了几圈,觉得这风格和亚特兰蒂斯的遗迹惊人的相似。

Author看弟弟对希腊文化感兴趣便眉飞色舞的讲起来,从神话讲到城邦民主,从战争讲到伯利克里,也不管不顾亚特兰蒂斯的贵族是否听得懂,拉着他从温泉关列奥尼达之狮看到波塞冬神庙。讲解的热情超过了最好的导游。

等到晚上他们坐在咖啡厅里,Orm已经靠着Author快要睡着了,手里还握着一杯温暖的拿铁,咖啡的香气盖不过Omega有意无意放出的甜香,周围的alpha的视线快要黏在这个金发的Omega身上,但都被Author更凶狠的眼神给吓回去。

他们吃了一顿精致到Author填不满自己的胃的晚餐,只是因为Orm表现出对那些冒着热气的甜食的兴趣。所以他们逛游在街上,Author又买了一堆零食填饱肚子,包括塞给Orm的一个甜筒冰淇淋。

天空中飘下雪花的时候他可爱的弟弟正专心致志地舔冰淇淋,冬季的精灵落在他浅金色的睫毛上,他惊奇的抬起头,鼻尖又迎来了一片。

Author好笑地看着Orm不知什么时候变红的鼻尖,他弟弟微微张开了嘴,鲜红的舌尖微微上翘,像是等待他采撷的成熟果实。他凑过去,然后——

Orm打了个喷嚏,准确的说是人生第一个喷嚏。

Orm愣在那里,不知道自己刚刚做了什么,也不知道那代表着什么,眼睛因为惊讶大睁着,双手悬在空中不知所措地感受着有液体从自己鼻孔里流淌出来。

“Author!”亲王惊恐的感受着着奇妙的触感,“我刚刚做了什么?我鼻子里正往下流的是血吗?”他贴近Author,蓝眼睛几乎透出绝望,“我要死了吗?因为该死的陆地?”

Author顾不上擦自己脸上Orm的口水,抱着自己在冬季里缩成一团的弟弟大笑起来。然后不得不一边亲吻Orm通红的脸颊——Author认为那是羞的,他的Omega一向如此容易羞怯,一边轻柔的给他擦拭他粉红的鼻尖。“亲爱的大宝贝,这只是一个喷嚏,你不会有事的。”他又笑了两声,“别怕,我发誓。”

然后当天晚上他见证他的宝贝Ormi打了几十个喷嚏,鼻涕像水一样淌出来,鼻尖被擦的通红,被海水养出来的柔嫩皮肤几乎要擦破了。金发人扯着他的脖领子怒吼,“你的誓言被海怪吃了吗!你不是说只有一个吗!”Author哈哈尴尬地笑着,只能解下他的围巾给他围上,再一层的。“你这个,满嘴胡言的,肮脏的——”金发贵族又打了个喷嚏,口水一滴不落的喷在他脸上。

终于他们回到了旅店,Orm被强行塞进被子里,鼻涕还无休止地流淌着。

Orm已经学会了自己擤鼻涕,这个时候正瞪着Author吃药。

药物让他不受控制的出汗,催眠的成分对亚特兰蒂斯的贵族也同样有效,他开始昏沉起来,靠在Author的臂弯里嘟嘟囔囔的说着话。

他觉得自己额头有水渗出来,汇集在一起又像鼻涕一样淌下来。

“我头上和身上的是......什么?”他动了动在怀里找了另一个舒服的姿势。“也是鼻涕吗......”

天知道Author忍笑忍得多辛苦,他亲亲他汗湿的额头,“那是汗液,我的弟弟。”

“它又流出来了Author。”Orm吸吸鼻子,“是不是我脑子里的海水流出来了?”

海王又搂紧了他的爱人,一起埋进厚厚的被子里,“你脑子里只有数不清的棉花糖,别乱想了我的宝贝,快睡吧。”

Ormi抵不过睡眠的诱惑,回抱着身边人阖上双眼。


不知是亚特兰蒂斯贵族的体质过于好,还是药物起了作用,第二天清晨Orm再睁开眼的时候已经感受不到鼻子里的痒意了,只是声音还带着点鼻音,被Author乐呵呵的带上了登山之路。

Author在山腰有一个小木屋,掩在树林之间,有足够的柴火和食物,大个子呼哧呼哧把火炉点好,就留下Orm自己出去打猎。

然而当他提拎着猎物回来,离木屋不过几里就闻到那股带着奶味的香甜,顺着呼啸冬风飘出好远

Author几乎是在一瞬间就硬起来。

他的ormi发情了。

tbc


如果我还有力气的话或许会写下一章的车车


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The Hours

Open Course - Literary Theory笔记 - Lec 2

门外汉,现在处于别人的笔记我看不进去,我的估计别人也看不进去的状况

这是耶鲁的那门课,排版真是灾难(

Lecture Two - Intro Part II

After the question of skepticism follows the question of determinism
-- skepticism -- first whether we can know things as they really are
-- then from  Marx, Nietzsche and Freud, we have the question of determinism -...

门外汉,现在处于别人的笔记我看不进去,我的估计别人也看不进去的状况

这是耶鲁的那门课,排版真是灾难(

Lecture Two - Intro Part II

After the question of skepticism follows the question of determinism
-- skepticism -- first whether we can know things as they really are
-- then from  Marx, Nietzsche and Freud, we have the question of determinism -- that how we can trust the autonomy of consciousness if in fact there's a chance--a good chance, according to these writers--that it is in turn governed by, controlled by, hidden powers or forces. → Question of human agency - (Human agency is the capacity for human beings to make choices.) In the aftermath of Darwin in particular, our understanding of natural selection makes us begin to wonder in what sense we can consider ourselves, each of us, to be autonomous subjects.

1960s - questioning authority - questioning authors
Names of authors e.g. Proust - in a certain sense, the names of authors, the names of stars; but at the same time, plainly names that stand for something other than their mere name, names that stand for domains or fields of interesting discursivity.

(Jargon
- "discourse" or "textual field," "discursivity" instead of "literature"
- why - because of doubt about the generic integrity of various forms of discourse, a habit from a breakdown of the notion that certain forms of utterance can be understood as a delimited, structured field)

Questioning Author
- It's a question of how we know the author to be there, firstly, and secondly, whether or not in attempting to determine the meaning of a text, we should appeal to the authority of an author.
- If the author is a function, that function is something that appears, perhaps problematically appears, within the experience of the text, something that we infer from the way the text unfolds. So as a function and not as a subjective consciousness to which we appeal to grasp a meaning, the author still does exist.

Roland Barthes, The Death of The Author
- Barthes' supposition that the author isn't maybe even quite an author function because that function may be hard to identify in a discrete way among myriad other functions.

Foucault
- who does take for granted that a textual field is more firmly structured than Barthes supposes
- we no longer say, "How does the author exert autonomous will with respect to the subject matter being expressed?" We no longer appeal, in other words, to the authority of the author as the source of the meaning that we find in the text.
- "Instead, these questions will be raised: "How, under what conditions, and in what forms can something like a subject appear in the order of discourse? What place can it occupy in each type of discourse, what functions can it assume, and by obeying what rules?" In short, it is a matter of depriving the subject (or its substitute)…
- note: "The subject" here always means the subjectivity of the speaker, right, not the subject matter.

In defense of author
- Samuel Johnson -We want to rate human potential as high as we can, and it is for that reason in a completely different spirit, in the spirit of homage rather than cringing fear, that we appeal to the authority of an author.
- but to both Barthes and Foucault, the appeal to the author--as opposed to the submersion of the author in the functionality of the textual field--is a kind of delimitation or policing of the possibilities of meaning.

Barthes
- To give a text an Author is to impose a limit on that text, to furnish it with a final signified, to close the writing.Such a conception suits criticism [and criticism is a lot like policing, right--"criticism" means being a critic, criticizing] very well - when the Author has been found, the text is "explained"--a victory to the critic.

please note that the preoccupation with the misuse of the appeal to an author is very much of its historical moment. - 1969 - where author reminded people very much of authority -- then police

Then, How did Foucault mount an argument in which privileged authors--that is to say, figures whom one cites positively and without a sense of being policed, like Marx or Freud--can somehow or another stay in the picture?
-He invents a concept. He says, "They aren't authors. They're founders of discursivity,"
-distinguish between a founder of discursivity and an author who has had an important influence?
     - latter - Anne Radcliffe - who establishes certain tropes, topoi,and premises that govern the writing of gothic fiction for the next hundred years. but she isn't a person, Foucault claims, who introduces a discourse or sphere of debate within which ideas, without being attributable necessarily, can nevertheless be developed.
     - former - Marx or Freud - these are special inaugurations of debate, of developing thought, that do not necessarily kowtow to the originally figure. within the traditions that they established, it is very possible to understand them as instigating ways of thinking without necessarily presiding over those ways of thinking authoritatively. That is the special category that Foucault wants to reserve for those privileged figures whom he calls founders of discursivity.

Doodles
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Primož Trubar's 505th Birthday.  斯洛文尼亚宗教改革者普里莫兹·特鲁巴诞辰 505 周年。

普里莫兹·特鲁巴(斯洛文尼亚语:Primož Trubar,1508年6月8日-1586年6月28日),新教改革者,第一本印刷出版的斯洛文尼亚语书籍的作者。斯洛文尼亚新教教堂的创始人和第一任管理者。普里莫兹·特鲁巴是斯洛文尼亚文化历史中最重要的人物。

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Primož Trubar's 505th Birthday.  斯洛文尼亚宗教改革者普里莫兹·特鲁巴诞辰 505 周年。

普里莫兹·特鲁巴(斯洛文尼亚语:Primož Trubar,1508年6月8日-1586年6月28日),新教改革者,第一本印刷出版的斯洛文尼亚语书籍的作者。斯洛文尼亚新教教堂的创始人和第一任管理者。普里莫兹·特鲁巴是斯洛文尼亚文化历史中最重要的人物。