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- The title of this piece is 如人饮水. Huang Ah Ma, it took me forever to figure out that 饮水 meant to drink water.

- After you figured it out, what did you write?

You know as far as the Western concept of essay-writing go, this was actually a decent attempt at a paragraph/argument. She started out with a topic sentence, backed it up with supporting statement and then had a conclusion that reaffirmed the topic sentence. :P

"Horizontal is death, vertical is also death."

Fandom Intro Meme:1/SIX quotes: Xiao Yan Zi

Considering Xiao Yan Zi was supposed to be quoting a poem that Yong Qi wrote here, I swear the funniest thing about this entire situation is that the whole time, Yong Qi looks like he has no clue what the heck Xiao Yan Zi is talking about, and it’s Er Kang and Zi Wei doing all the explaining. Great alibi there, people.

(via huanzhuyulu)

LOVE THIS PART OMG
but could someone kindly tell me which ep this is?

(via thenowingangel)

It’s episode 6.

Oh my god my finished outline is monstrous I think we’re realistically looking at another 50-70k if  not more if I do this properly someone write this for me and get it out of my head help.

"I Did Not Mean For This Fanfic to Get So Out of Control" a novel by me.

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yogurtpo3:

huanzhuyulu:

yogurtpo3:

huanzhuyulu:

You know I was thinking.

格格doesn’t actually mean princess like HZGG fooled a lot of people into believing. Qing dynasty princesses are still 公主. 格格 just means young lady.

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What? Ge Ge doesn’t mean “princess”??!! 

…QY has lied to me all this time??!!

…And looking at it that way, the titles of Huan Zhu Ge Ge and Ming Zhu Ge Ge instead of Gong Zhu takes on a whole new meaning… :O

This is what ‘my childhood is a lie’ feels like :P

(BTW source)

PS: I still remember being REALLY bummed reading Bu Bu Jing Xin and saw Ruo Xi addressed as Ge Ge, then the footnote explaining this, thus realising this. Also, all the single girls in Zhen Huan are called Ge Ge. Heh.

YES, it’s all been a lie…a LIE!!!

Hmm… so it really should’ve been Huan Zhu Gong Zhu and Ming Zhu Gong Zhu… and Ling Fei’s kids would’ve been known as Qi Gong Zhu, and Jiu Gong Zhu!

I wonder why QY decided to make it Ge Ge?

It’s catchier :D

linggluu:

watched the last episode of 2 for old time’s sake. i will never forget their faces.

You know I have a theory that if it wasn’t for the fact that YQ and ZW can’t marry they’d probably just leave it like that because it has to be inauspicous (wrong spelling, I know cant be bothered to look up right one) to do the ceremony over again past the hour.

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yogurtpo3:

huanzhuyulu:

You know I was thinking.

格格doesn’t actually mean princess like HZGG fooled a lot of people into believing. Qing dynasty princesses are still 公主. 格格 just means young lady.

Read More

What? Ge Ge doesn’t mean “princess”??!! 

…QY has lied to me all this time??!!

…And looking at it that way, the titles of Huan Zhu Ge Ge and Ming Zhu Ge Ge instead of Gong Zhu takes on a whole new meaning… :O

This is what ‘my childhood is a lie’ feels like :P

(BTW source)

PS: I still remember being REALLY bummed reading Bu Bu Jing Xin and saw Ruo Xi addressed as Ge Ge, then the footnote explaining this, thus realising this. Also, all the single girls in Zhen Huan are called Ge Ge. Heh.

Tagged: #meta  

You know I was thinking.

格格doesn’t actually mean princess like HZGG fooled a lot of people into believing. Qing dynasty princesses are still 公主. 格格 just means young lady.

Read More

Sometimes I write 70 words in a month. Sometimes I write 7000 words in a day.

Sigh.

This is not going up any time soon though. I’m still hopelessly lost on a conclusion of this story arc. Not posting anything until I can at least think of how to end this.

My characters are wondering how to solve this problem they’ve found themselves in as well. I wish they’d tell me how they’re getting along with that.

PS: It sounds so clunky in English when characters refer to themselves in the third person. And I keep conjugating verbs in the first person and end up glaring at Word because it keeps saying I’m wrong and then ten minutes later I realise I am wrong because the character is refering to himself in the third person.

Do you ever think about how Zi Wei’s childhood probably sucked because she was born out of wedlock and literally the whole world would hate her and her mother and then wonder how on earth Xia Yu He had the money to not only feed and clothe herself and her daughter, but also keep a servant and afford all those fancy lessons for Zi Wei? I don’t remember if they mention this in the series but in the novel there is one point where Zi Wei says her mother had her learn Manchurian and then I’m like what, girl, that never raised any eyebrows how do you even find people to teach you Manchurian in Jinan and why didn’t you ever wonder and put things together….

Basically if you think about how single mothers in modern time in Eastern countries are still obstracised and then you think about how much worse it must have been for Yu He and Zi Wei and then you just realise what a jerk Qian Long really was…

Sometimes I think due to all that, Zi Wei really should actually have been a lot more jaded.

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linggluu:

cuties ;;

style527 asked:
Omg I can't believe there's still a blog that active for HZGG!!!!! I'm a fans!!! I watched it when I was 5 and not really understand about the drama and stuff. Now I'm 17 and re-watch it again!!! Oh Myyy I'm just fall in love with this story!!! THANKS FOR BEING A ROYAL FANS!!! LOL I ADORE YOU SO MUCHHHHH <3

Thanks for the message :) I’m glad you like the blog and are watching HZGG again ^^

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angkicchi:

god, the 14th prince is such a shipper i swear he ships 8th prince with ruoxi harder than the entire audience combined, what a nerd

his ship sank though…. :(

The perils of dressing like a princess.

HZGG 1 (scenery)

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