shapeshifting water spirits who usually appear in human form; a water sprite, often a foreboding one.
Variations: German - Nix, Nixie, Nyx. Norwegian - Nøkk, Nøkken (plural).
Etymology: from Middle High German nickese, Old High German nicchessa, related to Sanskrit nḗnēkti, Greek nízō (νίζω) and níptō (νίπτω), and Irish nigh’ - all meaning “to wash or be washed”.
i want a murder mystery show where the body is always the same cheap-ass plastic skeleton, fully clothed and in some completely ridiculous pose. like, itll lay there with its hands on its hips in some terrible sequin dress, and the detectives will step up to it all super-serious like ‘it appears she’s been dead for 12 hours” and no one will mention the fact that ‘she’ is a dollar store halloween decoration
do u ever look at someone’s characterization of one of ur faves and just sit there offended on behalf of the character
Grandpa gets a surprise bulldog puppy for his birthday, something he’s always wanted.
It’s pure happiness for both of them
I’m fucking sobbing.
Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe filming The Misfits (1961), photographed by Bruce Davidson
cR IES A LOT ???!?!?!
TH A NK