Quote from Shadowhunters 2x08 │ Jace Wayland (about Alec): Look, I’ll make this simple, okay? I’m never gonna let anyone hurt him. Magnus Bane: Then we have that in common. You think I’d invite Maryse Lightwood to my home for just anyone?

10 Best Shadowhunters Quotes from 'Love Is a Devil' (2x08

Quote from Shadowhunters 2x08 │ Jace Wayland (about Alec): Look, I’ll make this simple, okay? I’m never gonna let anyone hurt him. Magnus Bane: Then we have that in common. You think I’d invite Maryse Lightwood to my home for just anyone?

Who makes my stomach erupt with butterflies, my brain go into scrambles and my heart skip a beat. He'll just never know.

Who makes my stomach erupt with butterflies, my brain go into scrambles and my heart skip a beat. He'll just never know.

I’ll be the first to admit that invisible zippers have been the bane of my life for a long while now. Having taught myself to sew, I was never showed how to insert a zipper, invisible or othe…

Inserting an invisible zipper: the definitive tutorial

I’ll be the first to admit that invisible zippers have been the bane of my life for a long while now. Having taught myself to sew, I was never showed how to insert a zipper, invisible or othe…

It’s my biggest downfall right now, the bane of my life and, most alarmingly, a source of premature ageing – eek! I’m talking about sugar, of course! Apart...  #Skincare

It’s my biggest downfall right now, the bane of my life and, most alarmingly, a source of premature ageing – eek! I’m talking about sugar, of course! Apart... #Skincare

Analysis of Malec Kiss. It was so perfect, love this text =) #Malec I loved the part when it was obvious Magnus wanted more *fangirl noises*

Analysis of Malec Kiss. It was so perfect, love this text =) #Malec I loved the part when it was obvious Magnus wanted more *fangirl noises*

We don't often use the word 'bane' any longer and when we do it is likely to be as part of 'the bane of my/his/her life'. This is usually uttered as a complaint against a not very serious threat, for example, a gardener might complain "those slugs are the bane of my life". Baneful threats weren't always so casual. 'Bane' is a very ancient word, recorded in the Old English Chronicles as early as circa 800, meaning 'murderer'.

We don't often use the word 'bane' any longer and when we do it is likely to be as part of 'the bane of my/his/her life'. This is usually uttered as a complaint against a not very serious threat, for example, a gardener might complain "those slugs are the bane of my life". Baneful threats weren't always so casual. 'Bane' is a very ancient word, recorded in the Old English Chronicles as early as circa 800, meaning 'murderer'.

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