For those curious about how Priscilla’s operatic voice sounds as a diva… I present to you, Beverly Sills. 

I am SO torn between some of my favorite sopranos who Priscilla most sounds like (Renee Fleming, Patricia Janeckova, Julia Lezhneva, Katherine Jenkins, to name a few), but I think I’m going with dearest Beverly Sills ❤ Mostly because I picture Priscilla’s operatic voice to be light, clear, and rocking those trills and scales, as can be well heard in this song here!

For those curious about how Priscilla’s operatic voice sounds as a diva… I present to you, Beverly Sills. 

I am SO torn between some of my favorite sopranos who Priscilla most sounds like (Renee Fleming, Patricia Janeckova, Julia Lezhneva, Katherine Jenkins, to name a few), but I think I’m going with dearest Beverly Sills ❤ Mostly because I picture Priscilla’s operatic voice to be light, clear, and rocking those trills and scales, as can be well heard in this song here!

Repost and bold which habits your muse has:

nail-biting | throat clearing | lying | interrupting | chewing the ends of pens | smoking | swearing | knuckle cracking | thumb sucking | muttering under their breath | talking to themselves | nose picking | binge drinking | oversleeping | snacking between mealsskipping meals | picking at skin | impulse buying | talking with their mouth full |humming/singing to themselves | chewing gum | leg jiggling | foot tapping | hair twirling | whistling | eye rolling | licking lips | sniffing | squinting | rubbing hands together | jaw clenching | gesturing while talking | putting feet up on tables | tucking hair behind ears | chewing lips | crossing arms over chest | putting hands on hips | rubbing the back or their neck | being late | procrastinating | doodling | shredding paper | peeling off bottle labels | forgetfulness | running hands through hair | overreacting | teeth grinding | nostril flaring | slouching | pacing | drumming fingers | fist clenching | pinching bridge of nose | rubbing temples | rolling shoulders

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Repost and bold which habits your muse has:

nail-biting | throat clearing | lying | interrupting | chewing the ends of pens | smoking | swearing | knuckle cracking | thumb sucking | muttering under their breath | talking to themselves | nose picking | binge drinking | oversleeping | snacking between mealsskipping meals | picking at skin | impulse buying | talking with their mouth full |humming/singing to themselves | chewing gum | leg jiggling | foot tapping | hair twirling | whistling | eye rolling | licking lips | sniffing | squinting | rubbing hands together | jaw clenching | gesturing while talking | putting feet up on tables | tucking hair behind ears | chewing lips | crossing arms over chest | putting hands on hips | rubbing the back or their neck | being late | procrastinating | doodling | shredding paper | peeling off bottle labels | forgetfulness | running hands through hair | overreacting | teeth grinding | nostril flaring | slouching | pacing | drumming fingers | fist clenching | pinching bridge of nose | rubbing temples | rolling shoulders

tagged by:  @murroyilodel  ( thank you, dear!! )

tagging: @bonhcmme / @ferocioushonesty@of-buckingham@bountyman , @pcirot , @lightperfected , @fratresatrium , @conscixnceclean  all of y’all! ;D

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“Funny story, actually – I learned to tie a bowtie not because it’s incumbent upon prospective housewives to know, but because I pestered my dear old Uncle Thomas to show me how!”
“I saw him one day as a little girl having to change bowties before leaving for one of his usual dinner parties – probably hosted by Lady Beekman – and even though dear Uncle highly discouraged my knowing, claiming it was unladylike… well, I after enough of my pleasant persistence, he eventually inevitably showed me how!”

{{ Open RP }}

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“Funny story, actually – I learned to tie a bowtie not because it’s incumbent upon prospective housewives to know, but because I pestered my dear old Uncle Thomas to show me how!”
“I saw him one day as a little girl having to change bowties before leaving for one of his usual dinner parties – probably hosted by Lady Beekman – and even though dear Uncle highly discouraged my knowing, claiming it was unladylike… well, I after enough of my pleasant persistence, he eventually inevitably showed me how!”