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  1. TRIGGER WARNING: DOMESTIC ABUSE, DRUG ABUSE/ADDICTION .ama::-webkit-scrollbar { width: 5px; } .ama::-webkit-scrollbar-track { background-color: #fff; } .ama::-webkit-scrollbar-thumb { background-color: #e59277; } .ama { background-color: #fff; border: #eee solid 1px; padding: 10px; height: 250px; overflow: auto; text-align: justify; font-family: arial; line-height: 100%; font-size: 10px; color: #000; } .amatitle { padding: 20px; background-color: #e59277; font-family: calibri; text-align: center; text-transform: uppercase; font-size: 8px; letter-spacing: 3px; color: #fff; } .amafields1 { padding: 10px; background-color: #e59277; font-family: calibri; text-align: center; text-transform: uppercase; font-size: 8px; letter-spacing: 1px; color: #fff; } .amafields2 { padding: 10px; background-color: #e59277; font-family: calibri; text-align: center; text-transform: uppercase; font-size: 8px; letter-spacing: 1px; color: #fff; margin-top: 1px; } Jessica Arielle Taylor-Bloomwood   face claim: Angelina Jolie canon name: Hera, Queen of Olympus associations: Marriage, Birth, Family, Fertility, Women, Dynasties, Empires, Kings, the Kingdom of Olympus alias: Jess, Jessica Taylor (her stage name) age / apparent age: 23 zodiac: Gemini date of birth: 06/11/1976 place of birth: Phoenix, Arizona, USA pronouns: She, Her, Hers sexuality: Heterosexual moral alignment: Chaotic Neutral character traits: Daring, Vain, Envious, Vengeful, Avaricious, Ardent, Clever, Persistent, Hostile, Expressive, Resilient, Loyal world views: Having been raised with restrictive, suffocating principles and rules, Jessica was taught to put authority above all else and, following in the path of her bloodline, conform to the patriarchy and be submissive to me. As a result, she holds quite conservative views and values on most subjects (especially finance), but has expanded her horizons upon finding refuge in Olympia and the more liberal lifestyles within it. Regarding morality, she learns life is too short and fleeting upon battling cancer, and a drug and alcohol addiction. physical attributes: A classic beauty in the vein of ‘Old Hollywood’s’ greatest femme fatales; full, fruitful, pouty lips; large natural breasts; crystal blue eyes; healthy newgrown dark brown hair following her cancer treatment, swaying just above her shoulders and occasionally enhanced by extensions; curvy, seductive silhuoette; newly minted dragon tattoo on her left arm, as well as a new lower back tattoo. musical taste: Dance-pop and latin pop; Madonna, Cher, Moloko, Kylie Minogue, All Saints, Backstreet Boys, Christina Aguilera, Ricky Martin, Marc Anthony, Enrique Iglesias, Toni Braxton, Janet Jackson aesthetic: Body conscious clothing to accentuate her hourglass figure; bright, bold, vibrant colors and prints; colored leather pants, coats and miniskirts; high heels and high heel boots; halter and tube tops; jackets and cardigans with fur; funky, playful hairstyles lifestyle: A party girl with a taste for the finer things, Jessica often spends her late nights out on the town in search of something more than what her life has offered her. She enjoys dance, which she practiced in her youth, these days expanding her skills in styles such as latin / ballroom, jazz and contemporary during her daylight hours, when not out attempting acting auditions. occupation: MODEL class: Upper Class genealogy: Jonathan Taylor-Bloomwood, Father, Estranged;  Catherine Taylor-Bloomwood, Mother, Estranged; Peter Taylor-Bloomwood, Brother, Estranged;  Kellan Taylor-Bloomwood, Brother, Estranged;  Logan Taylor-Bloomwood, Brother, Estranged BIOGRAPHY: As the strobe lights bleed across a pained Jessica’s skin and the bass punches through the surrounding sound system of a popular Olympia nightlife venue, there’d nere been a time she felt more free; more alive. Born last following three rambunctious boy children, to Jonathan Taylor-Bloomwood—the franchise owner of the Phoenix Suns and inheritor of a real estate empire which his grandfather had founded—Jessica was primed before conception to be daddy’s little princess. Her mother Catherine, having been raised on old money herself, always dreamed of giving life to a little girl as a gift to her powerful husband, who so desperately desired to covet one to spoil and eventually give away in marriage. To Catherine, that was her foremost purpose—bear the children her husband wished for, while he compensated with all the riches one could offer. While their marriage union wasn’t always brimming with joy and satisfaction, it was still deemed successful for the pair of them, nonetheless. This was the life, the philosophy, Jessica was raised under. While her brothers were groomed to someday follow in their father’s path and take on his business ventures, her evenings were spent preparing to be handed off to an affluent man who would hold rule over her next. It was constricting, but was still Jessica’s ‘normal’. Her adolescent years were regularly spent in further preparation and development of her future as a trophy wife. Admired by high society for her rare beauty, her astounding intelligence and her inspiring grace, her potential for a greater purpose was routinely brought into question. However, her destiny appeared inescapable. Courses on etiquette eventually led way to her cotillion, the events of which she could hardly recall due to the mayhem brought forth by emblazoned hormones and parents who gave away too much access and power, with little repercussions. This is when she swallowed her first pair of unprescribed pills, establishing a recurring dangerous habit that would continue to cast shadow over her. Having become of age, Jessica was introduced by her self-regarding parents, like a lamb to slaughter, to her decided future husband. The arrogant son of a more powerful family friend, he’d already ascended the business professional ladder to a top tier executive by his 27th birthday. While she never saw true love reflected toward her by her parents and was, at the time, content with her future outlook in a submissive role, something about the older male still managed to take hostage of her beating heart. His deep chestnut brown hair curtained either side of his square-jaw and hazel eyes. He was tall and athletic; well-spoken and assertive. He was crafted out of a dream, and as the pair got to know each other further, his aforementioned arrogance seemingly softened, giving sight to a more chivalrous, warm, sensitive side to outweigh his growing negative traits. As it would likely seem, Jessica had stumbled upon an honest, pure love. Or perhaps she was too naive. As Jessica entered her 20s, looking her final teen years in the rearview window of her boyfriend’s black, vintage Jaguar, she began adulthood with a lofty, optimistic outlook and both the couple’s families in their court, eager to see the two waltz down the aisle. Jessica would drop out of college, lacking the aptitude, and turn to one of her favorite pastimes of dance as a means to express any creative ambition. Then, Jessica’s fairytale looked to come true when on her 21st birthday, her lover would fall to one knee and beg her hand in marriage. It was a most joyous occasion, one which saw her parents’ fulfillment—where their own marriage had largely become loveless, their daughter had found someone she loved, while also cementing their social status among America’s elite. But things would come to a crashing halt as Jessica felt her anatomy failing her. Bridal fittings ended in her collapsing under the weakness of her body, and upon being taken to the hospital for care, she would come to find she’d been plagued with leukemia. What was about to be the happiest day of her life was in turn postponed indefinitely, as Jessica’s health steadily continued to deteriorate and she felt herself becoming a stranger to her idealistic life. She felt her beauty, which she took great pride in, had faded from her, as she battled with extreme hair and weight loss. And the stress of her illness also proved to expose the love of her life as cruel and their relationship as highly toxic. Soon, both of them were pushed to filling their bodies with alcohol and pills, which later led to many explosive nights filled with exchanged bloody blows. Eventually, after she refused to turn away from the violent cycle of abuse, Jessica’s fiance left her ailing, not wanting to be ‘burdened’ by her any longer. He walked away from their engagement and never turned back, taking the vast majority of their friends, their possessions and his influence with him, meanwhile she found temporary refuge with each of her older brothers until they too could no longer stand her drug and drinking habits. There was no way she could confide in her parents, she thought, without disappointing them with her addiction. But the truth came to pass at a cancer fundraiser in honor of her miraculous recovery, when Jessica would have a public mental breakdown and a violent suicide attempt whilst under the influence, leading her ex-fiance to denounce her before all their peers and suggest she be locked away in rehabilation. Months later, she was released in seemingly good condition, but re-entered the world to a family that resented her, ‘friends’ that no longer wanted anything to do with her, and her own cynicism and bitterness regarding the only life she knew. She needed to escape. A year later, Jessica would see herself venture out to Olympia, California with her savings for a fresh start and an attempt at a modeling career, after souring on the high society of her hometown. But although she’d been scorched by that world, the lavish life was still intoxicating to her, only this time around it was the fast times of the new cityscape that would become her obsession. She quickly gained a new, bad cocaine habit, which she excused as means to keep her numb to life’s inevitable hardships, and fell into the party scene, basking in her newfound freedom and liberation. And with that valuable freedom, she still hoped to still reign over all. But this time she wanted herself to wield the power; a crown on her own terms, by any means necessary. PLATONIC: While Jessica is afraid to commit to a friendship, it's not completely ruled out. She'll tentatively test the waters first, and trial her friends; but an observation of any slight towards her rocks the boat and sees Jessica sailing away. ANTAGONISTIC: Since Jessica's main traits are that she's a very jealous and spiteful woman, she's prone to extreme hostility: whether the hostility is conveyed through the medium of passive-aggressive, snide comments with her painted lips curled to a smile, or if she's coming undone in all of her rage. Her sourness is a plague on her that she often tries to remedy. ROMANTIC: Much like her aversion to committing to a friendship, Jessica is afraid to get hurt again in an escalated, intimate relationship. She's hardened enough where she can bear one-night-stands, because they ultimately mean nothing to her, but having her heart broken once more would surely send Hera over the edge. OTHER: I'm generally open to anything that is offered up to me. I'm sure we'll find a perfect compromise and create something brilliant. NONE, 20, (GMT+3), PM  
  2. WrestleMania 36: Live Chat

    this is so awkward without crowd reactions... we're about to hear tamina wheezing
  3. Not Moderated: Backlot

    cause I be the baddie B, Barbie Tingz banging body B, everybody be on my D yo I gotta be in reality, suck a D if you doubted me back of the back, back of the back back of the back, back of the back who on Timmy D? who on Timmy D? everybody! who you gotta see? honestly, on my odyssey I'm the baddest B, I don't even know how to speak hat to the hat to the back and relax, you in the back of the Bach NO ONE is doing it like him... PEWIOTTTT
  4. @Seductress' payola worked
  5. fdgf; the way this entire series has lowkey been tainted for me through two episodes... what a slap in our face if everything Dany has been building up for was just to become the Mad Queen I hope she'll give OVENTIME to King's Landing - if she's going crazy, she might as well just burn them all (especially Varys' switching self)
  6. OMGGG that episode!! I had chills within the first fifteen minutes, from Sansa staring out into the dark nothingness (Sophie is such an amazing actress) to Melisandre saying ”there’s no need to execute me, Ser Davos. I’ll be dead before dawn”  I can’t use spoiler tags on mobile, so I’ll post my full thoughts later. But wow, what a moment... I will never forget  
  7. I’m so pissed I’m working the night shift so I can’t watch it live 
  8. No main character has died yet, but come this Sunday, the bodies are about to start piling up! So, we're going to do a little prediction game where we'll be guessing the fate of the following characters as the season starts to come to a close: Night King Tyrion Lannister Jaime Lannister Cersei Lannister Jon Snow Sansa Stark Arya Stark Bran Stark Daenerys Targaryen Missandei Ser Jorah Mormont Greyworm Theon Greyjoy Euron Greyjoy Yara Greyjoy Ser Davos Seaworth Melisandre Gendry Beric Dondarrion Varys Bronn Brienne of Tarth Podrick Payne Tormund Giantsbane Samwell Tarly Gilly The Hound The Mountain Simply copy & paste that list and change the color of the characters you think will survive the Game of Thrones green and the ones you think will die red. (or alternatively, you can just write Alive/Dead after their name). Post your list here under the spoiler tag so we don't have pages become as long as Route 66. Mine:  
  9. djgb; I think queen Melisandre will sacrifice herself as the Nissa Nissa to Jon’s Azor Ahai, but idk if it will be for the Winterfell battle since she was banished from the North it’d also make sense that she didn’t if the NK is going to KL with his dragon. ugh if she births another shadow demon to END the NK >>>>
  10. who mirri maz duur? she’s so you @Charlotte's Weave I think podrick is dying  Jaime kind of needs Brienne to complete his redemption arc (they finally profess love to one another then Jaime dies) but someone who the audience cares about HAS to die I swear if the skeletons in the crypts come alive...   
  11. I cried at Brienne finally getting everything she deserves, but it's bittersweet because it feels like they've completely finished her arc and now all that's left for her is to die in the battle.
  12. If you wish to discuss spoilers, please use appropriate spoiler tags and a disclaimer what your spoiler pertains to!
  13. The Evolution of Heartbreakers Community

    The new forum looks amazing! I’m excited for this new era  
  14. Maxim (eliminated by Leo) Taryn (eliminated by Leo) Logan Von Erich (eliminated by Leo) Henry Cavill (eliminated by Leo) Foxy (eliminated by Leo) Don Draper (eliminated by Leo) Leo (eliminated by Leo) Kiki (eliminated by Leo) sorry @prince. we did it baby....
  15. Captain Fox - 12 Jake - 6 prince. - 15