Princess RainbowcakesAmbassador

Proud member of the Maverick family.
*Creepypasta Family* - Laughing Jack.

So about me...well I'm 16, devoutly weird, one-third-Agent, one-third-Lone Survivor of a rebel group, and one-third-Commandress of the most controversial of the genres.
Yes, they can go together.

I am a Key of the Gate, a member of The Gateway Army!

I'm also an ambassador, so if you've got any questions about the site, getting your movella noticed, or anything like that, drop a message and I'll answer any question.

So to you today,
I will put my hand on my heart,
And say my oath to Movellas:

I promise to stay,
I promise to fight to the end.
I will not be lead astray,
I will stand by you my friend.
To Movellas I will remain loyal,
I will not fall to the uprising danger.
We are the kind of Royal,
Even with any stranger.
We have not given in,
And I never will.
I will turn from this sin,
And write with my electronic 'quill.'
Here I am, about to fall apart,
On my knees, hand on heart.
I will fight to the bitter end,
I will defend from this bloody war.
Fight against this rising trend,
So join me as I walk through this door.

Movellas (44)

  • Princess RainbowcakesAmbass..

    Sorry about the bad quality.


    Sorry about the quality. Apparently I look like Wednesday Addams in that dress. At least the ones who said it meant it as a compliment.
    Princess RainbowcakesAmbass..
    OOC: [Yep, I'll selfie it on the day. Maybe nick dad's blue tie to make it more obvious. I'd love to see that.]
    The Desert Wanderer
    :) You look wonderful hun! Def look like that girl out of Pan's labyrinth.
    Princess RainbowcakesAmbass..
    Aww, thanks, sweetie pie. <3 Love you.
    The Desert Wanderer
    Love you too ;)
  • Princess RainbowcakesAmbass..

    Birthday Selfie!


    Sorry for the bad quality, but I'm finally seventeen! So I took a selfie, in my Sixth Form 'Young Professional' regulation sort-of-uniform.
    The Desert Wanderer
    Damn you look beautiful honey! So cute and so beautiful! Happy Sweet Seventeenth birthday love!

    Here's a little something for you as a surprise:






    Hope you like it!


    The Desert Wanderer
    Happy Birthday my Diamond amongst coal ;) Here's some gifts for you
    :





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    Princess RainbowcakesAmbass..
    Aww! Thank you everyone! Love, you're so good to me!
    The Desert Wanderer
    No problem, its your birthday love, you enjoy it!
  • Princess RainbowcakesAmbass..

    Anyone Wanna Help Me Out?

    I'm doing Sociology, and I need a bit of help with my homework. I'm supposed to do it as some sort of survey, so basically, I need as many people's answers as possible. The survey is on British culture, but anyone can answer. In fact, the more non-British answers, the better.

    Name (needs not be real name):

    Country:

    What do you think a culture is?

    Where do you think we get our cultures from?

    What do you think are the characteristics that make up "British" culture?

    What do you think are the differences between ethnicities in "British" culture?

    What do you think are the differences between the upper, middle, and working classes in "British" culture?

    What do you think are the differences between the genders in "British" culture?

    What do you think are the differences between subcultures (e.g. Goths, Punks, etc.) in "British" culture?

    What do you think are the stereotypes of "British" culture?

    How do you think "British" culture is different from other cultures?

    Please, can you help me out here? I would greatly appreciate your help.
    Princess RainbowcakesAmbass..
    You were both brilliant help! Thank you!
    The Desert Wanderer
    K, here's my edited version, a little long, but I've spent some time on it and hopefully its better now.

    What do you think a culture is?

    A culture is what defines a race's characteristics, its identity and its traits, indeed during the era of the Roman Empire as it expanded, there were Greeks who were known as Hellenics since they were so spread out around the Roman world, the Pao the East known and grouped as Eastern, and the Celts termed as '' barbaric'', but I would term them better as the Gauls or Germanics, for the Romans it was pretty much Latin culture, and Carthage, Punic culture. A little bit of info there, but cultures allow different people of races to interact with each other and while this has led to some horrible things, in this day and age it is now far more easier to interact with other people than ever before which a century ago was impossible. In my view, culture represents the dominant style, beliefs, and language of races/culture.

    Where do you think we get our cultures from?

    Culture is something that has been learned and transmitted from one generation to the next throughout thousands of years of history. Indeed, it rests on the human capacity to think symbolically and to pass on the words through oral meanings, which the Celtic bards and poets were well known for. Language perhaps the most important feature within the human race is an symbolic form of communication. Without language, perhaps culture couldn't have been communicated nor transmitted, and neither would people would learn from one another across generations and there would be no cultural continuity.

    Some other excellent quotes:

    How do cultures form in the first place? Groups of people living in specific ecological niches interacted with their environments over long periods of time. Given a certain degree of isolation, they developed adaptations to their environment, methods of survival, and ways of organizing themselves socially, and came to share beliefs and symbols that explained their world. They also developed a language they used to communicate with each other that enabled them to transmit learning to future generations.

    Over time, increasing communication between early human groups broke down geographic isolation. Gradually, through cultural diffusion, linkages were formed and many different specific cultures evolved into larger groupings called culture areas - regions with shared cultural traits. An example of a culture areais sub-Saharan Africa. While there are many different tribal groups speaking many different languages, and today many nation-states, there are features such as social structures that most of the tribes share. Another example is East Asia: China, Korea, Japan, and Vietnam. While speaking different languages and having very differently organized societies, these four nation-states, each with its own specific culture, share such features as patriarchal social organization, Confucian values, the Buddhist religion, an emphasis on the family, and ancient Chinese as the classical language. Other culture areas include Latin America, northern Europe, southern Europe, South Asia, etc.

    Culture, here understood as the totality of what a group of people think, how they behave, and what they produce that is passed on to future generations, is what binds us together as human beings but also separates us into our different communities. In today's world, understanding both our similarities and our diversity becomes increasingly important. Through an understanding and appreciation of cultural difference, children will be better prepared to live in an ever-shrinking global community.
    The Desert Wanderer
    What do you think are the characteristics that make up "British" culture?

    British culture is well what has made the people of Britain today throughout hundreds of years in history, ranging from the Magna Carta, through the years of the Industrial Revolution, to WW1 and WW2 has shaped British culture through a very long period of time. Mostly I think the British culture is friendly at best, warm and welcoming in areas. It has also been culturally influenced by Jamaican, Indian, Chinese, Arabic, Egyptian and many other cultures. Indeed go down a street and you'll see loads of Indian/Chinese takeaways. Probably popular dishes are Chicken tikka massla, and Curry. I forgot that since Japanese culture has influenced the British way of life in terms of building houses which have a slight Japanese design, has influenced British video game companies to make games on Japan, its most famous dish Sushi being served for lunch in offices and for dinner at restaurants. But apart from that, British culture is well known for not giving up and determined to achieve what it succeeds and its people are hardworking and very efficient at what they do.

    What do you think are the differences between ethnicities in "British" culture?
    The differences in ethnicities shouldn't be something that really should be looked upon. Most cultures such as Indian, Nepali, Pakistani, Punjabi and others get along with each other quite nicely from my experience. British culture itself gets along with them and while there may be problems, lets not forget there's bigger issues in the world that we are having to deal with, what with the dangers going on in the Middle East and the conflict in Ukraine and in Gaza. Those are far more important ones than going to trivial issues or prejudice. Indeed, if people just learnt to get on with each other just for a bit, it would make a big difference. Ofc that's only my opinion.

    What do you think are the differences between the upper, middle, and working classes in "British" culture?

    The Upper Classes which compromise those of politicians, the rich nobility, the lords, do not have an real idea of how the middle/working classes work and live. Our own PM cannot tell the price of a loaf, when you ask somebody walking down the street he could tell you instantly what it is. The Upper Classes do look down upon us and think we are better off in their rule. When the actual thing is WE are better off without them. Indeed more classes are beginning to emerge due to the balancing of the rich getting richer and richer, while the poor get poorer and that is what is happening at the very moment. Indeed, if the economy is recovering as news figures suggest, we may get a slight shift as people return to the era of 2007 where people were getting more rich until the 2008 crisis. The politician on the stand may proclaim great speeches and claim to know what the public wants, but he actually doesn't.

    What do you think are the differences between the genders in "British" culture?

    A brief answer as I not that knowledgeable in this area:

    Indeed, women have more power in this century than most men have, and while the issue of sexism is an issue, I don't think it has no place in society. Hundreds of our ancestors sacrificed their lives in WW2 and WW1, just to make sure that we could survive. I think we should acknowledge them and be grateful that we are here today. Feminists may claim a lot, but in reality I think we are better off. While issues are still there, they will need to be fixed. But otherwise the genders do get on very well I would say.

    What do you think are the differences between subcultures (e.g. Goths, Punks, etc.) in "British" culture?

    Certain people like doing certain things, Goths may do crazy things with makeup, and wear all sorts of paints and having associated tastes with music, fashion, asteachtacis and so and so forth. Punks may be the more gang style type, more aggressive and more violent, dealing with more music, ideologies,
    The Desert Wanderer


    This music would be nice to read it, and oh here's an excellent site I found:

    p12.nysed.gov/ciai/socst/grade3/whatisa...
  • Princess RainbowcakesAmbass..

    Just A Realisation

    There's a post on the internet that I read and couldn't help but relate to. It says,

    "Have you ever met someone on the internet that you liked so much that you sometimes sit there and think, "Oh man there are people who are lucky enough to see this person IN THE FLESH ON A REGULAR BASIS and I wonder if they realise how LUCKY they are." "

    Well, when I saw this, my mind went to one person. @[Red Cliff], I am truly blessed to have you as my boyfriend, and honestly, I'm lucky to have you. Almost a year and a half we've been together, and I just want to remind you how much I love you. My sweetheart, I love you truly.
    A Child of the MadnessAmbass..
    Now why'd you drag me out of the shadows @[LV Snelson], I thought we were supposed to be quiet about..us? :p
    Precilla_ButtersnatchAmbass..
    hey, you're the one that made us go open *cough* comment, remember? From while I was away on holiday? ^^
    A Child of the MadnessAmbass..
    I uh, er... um, alright then, point made. Though being in not the main tab, most wouldn't see it so I didn't make it completely open. :p
    Precilla_ButtersnatchAmbass..
    heh, it'll be on your wall. I remember reading through our old conversations and i scrolled down to see that :p
  • Princess RainbowcakesAmbass..

    My Art Attempt


    I draw a bit in my free time, and I thought I'd share a very recent (literally just finished) bit of my art with you, done with a mix of pencils, chalk pencils, and fineliners. I named it 'Kassiani'.
    The Desert Wanderer
    Hey you are good, exceptionally good love. And don't you ever forget that. It will make you what you are one day. And that's that. You're good, end of story. ;)
    Princess RainbowcakesAmbass..
    You're not gonna give in, are you, love? *grins and kisses you* I love you.
    The Desert Wanderer
    Nope, * grins* I'm not, and I love you. * hugs/kisses you*
    Precilla_ButtersnatchAmbass..
    although this was nearly a week ago.. *grins and gets sketch pad to draw the two of you* my turn Bry! :D Revenge for me and madness xD
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