the-critic-burnt replied to your post: also important thing from this article…

okay but im honestly curious about that illness :0 is there any more information about that?

not that I know of, given that it’s SUPER SECRET SPOILER STUFF! 

but it looks from tidbits of info released so far, this……thing……might be relevant

gif below is taken from the very end of this animatic here, (it was the same update as the first sprite)

not sure if this picture of him getting stabbed is part of the animatic or if it’s the same monster, but it was posted in the photoset that ended up being opening shots from the animatic, so I’m guessing yes

no idea if it actually has to do with his disease but it looks important and sinister enough

Garfield without Garfield's thought-bubbles

You’ve probably seen Garfield Minus Garfield, a collection of Jim Davis Garfield strips in which Garfield himself has been removed, transforming the strip into a sinister portrait of Jon Arbuckle’s descent into irretrievable madness.

But there’s a good case to be made for Garfield without Garfield’s thought-bubbles as the true standard-bearer for disorienting and unexpectedly great Garfield remixes. With this view, Jon Arbuckle is cast as a man who carries on detailed conversations with a cat, which is arguably weirder than the idea that he’s merely wildly hallucinating.

Garfield without Garfield’s Thought Balloons (via Pipe Dream Dragon)

anonymous asked:

So u just want to be part of cult right? Because mormonism is the furthest thing from being a christian, haha good luck in hell

People like you make me want to turn my anon on my questions off. dumb trolls, but I do wish to make this clear.




  1. a system of religious veneration and devotion directed toward a particular figure or object.

ALRIGHTY. Lemme break this down for you. A cult is literally any group of people that are dedicated to pretty much anything as long as it is religiously associated with something. And typically can be viewed by others as wrong. EVERY SINGLE RELIGION, could be considered a cult according to the Merriam-Webster definition. 




  1. of, relating to, or professing Christianity or its teachings.


  1. a person who has received Christian baptism or is a believer in Jesus Christ and his teachings.

So in my opinion, any religion that believes in God, the holy spirit and Jesus Christ, as the Son of God, who came to Earth and sacrificed himself to save us from our sins. Is Christian. Simple as that.

Of course I will admit there are certain religions that I don’t know a whole lot about, so I don’t know if all “Christian religions” believe that. But to my knowledge they do. 

And if I’ve been doing my investigation correctly.. The LDS believe in that, they might believe in the Godhead, but so do other religions.

However. I believe that being Christian is so much more than just your beliefs but how you act. To me being Christian is being kind to all, being none judging to everyone, being accepting, and understanding, soft spoken but firm in your beliefs and attitudes, being modest in your words and actions, not being prideful, being truthful and being real and doing what is best not just for yourself, but for everyone around you, helping those in need and helping all those who need help. 

So know, when you say those things, it can create more and more stereotypes, and we don’t need anymore stereotypes. 



The latest Smollop got me thinking about one of my favourite themes of The Dollop: Dudes That Won’t Fucking Die. So I’m forming a kind of Sinister Six, if you will. Basically, a definitive suite of episodes fitting the aforementioned theme. I feel kind of bad for leaving David Hahn out because he’s the quintessential Mad Scientist, but judging by the way he’s looking these days I’d say he’s pretty far from immortal. All the listed people are linked up to their Dollop page.

The Sinister Six of the Dollop Universe are as follows. From left to right:

Writing Problems

Hitting that one sentence that doesn’t fit

and trying to find the right way to rephrase what your saying everything keeps coming out in the wrong tone

and eventually you rewrite the entire paragraph only to have it come out convoluted or trite