Is this just a thing adults do

I had an image in my head of adult Skittlez doing Yanfett eyes when he asks something from her (idk some plotting going on??) AND SO I DREW IT.

FFFFFFUCK I LIKE THIS HORRIBLE MESS OF A SKELE BABY and all the other wonderfully nasty things, judge me if yOU DARE I’LL JUST LIKE IT MMMMM

@ammazolie Thanks for the awesome coloring inspiration etc. I’ve been a mysterious secret admirer before, but NO MORE SECRETS!! My love burns brighter than the oversaturation in my drawings!!

anonymous asked:

For the quick little prompt thing: Mark has had a bad day, or a stressful day and Jack tries to cheer him up or help him relax? Just something really cute and fluffy. Thanks if you decide to do it, it might help cheer me up.

Oh I hope you feel better and I hope this cheers you up! 

“Jack no.” 

“C’mon man.  Just this once.  Just this one time.” 

“I am an adult.  I pay taxes.  It’s gonna be a no for me.” 

“I pay taxes too.  It sucks.  Now get your overgrown childish ass in this blanket fort and snuggle me before I drag you in here.” 

Mark sighed, the tension in his shoulders was killing him and he kind of just wanted to relax for a bit, but despite him wanting to just crawl into a bath and soak until he was a prune, he instead bent and crawled into the too small fort with Jack. 

He could never deny his boyfriend anything, even as tired as he was. 

“I’m here.  Now what do you want.” 

“God,” Jack crossed his arms, “You’re a grumpy fuck today.” 

Mark sighed again and let his body drop to the floor, he bounced slightly on the pillow under his belly. “I’m sorry.  I’m tired.” 

Jack tilted his head, “You are?”  He stretched forward and smoothed his hand down the planes of Mark’s back, “How about you let me ease some of this tension for you?” 

Mark looked over at Jack and raised his eyebrow.  Jack rolled his eyes and mumbled, “Not like that. 

Jack leaned over and pressed his lips against his boyfriend’s.  A smooth, accented voice breathed the words, “Just relax.” into his lips.  

Jack sat up and placed both hands on Mark’s shoulders and he could already feel the tight stress leave his shoulders. 

“Now only if I could convince Jack to do this in the bath… never mind, I would probably drown.” he thought while Jack’s hands began to lull him into sleep. 

OH BUDS guess what tho,, my mom called me and asked me if we could watch lilo&stitch & pnf because she’s never rly given them a chance because of the target audience but i wrote a paper last semester about pnf & how it easily includes adults in on jokes too. she’s always been the chillest, coolest moms but this was just rly sweet to hear her expressing true interest in the things i love the most,,, so yeah we’re gonna watch lilo&stitch during ivig this friday and im so hyped to be able to show off this treasure that is the best movie in the world

Word of Caution for Parents and Adult Pokemon Go Players

My husband was grocery shopping today and witnessed this incident, and it made me concerned.

EDIT: It turns out this was not something my husband witnessed, but something he heard about. Still important.

An adult man was walking around the store trying to catch Pokemon, and he saw a kid who was doing the same. As he had just caught a really good Pokemon in the parking lot, he asked the kid if he could show him where it was. The kid agreed, and followed this stranger out of the store.

The adult realized that he had essentially just lured a kid away from his parents in a public place, and immediately told the kid to go back inside to his parents.

This guy clearly had no bad intentions toward the kid, but how easily could someone have done the same thing intentionally in order to abduct or harm a child? After all, people have already used Pokemon Go to commit armed robbery.

So I want to warn both adult (over 18) Pokemon Go players and parents of children who play the game.

Parents: If possible, go with your children when they go out to play the game. If that isn’t possible, be sure to have a conversation with them about strangers, even strangers who are playing the same game. It might be appropriate to point out the real cases of crimes committed using Pokemon Go so the kid understands that the threat is real.

Adult Pokemon Go players: Remember that minors are still minors, even if you’re both playing the same game. Don’t ask minors to follow you or join you in hunting Pokemon. Don’t meet up with minors for Pokemon hunting without parental consent.

You may have no bad intentions, but that might not stop you from being accused of something you didn’t do or try to do. False accusations could ruin your life. Plus, you don’t want to encourage minors to trust adults just because they’re playing the same game, because the next adult might not have such good intentions.

imagine a theater full of people who paid close to $15 a ticket to see cgi food products say “fuck” a lot and have a graphic orgy that presumably lasts a solid two minutes, if not more.

imagine the silence throughout the theater as dozens of strangers trapped in a large, dark room have to look at a 20 ft tall projection of food having kinky sex. there’s no raucous laughing, no. just a painful quiet, a sea of straight faces watching the food orgy unfold. the only comedy of the situation is that it’s about taking a type of media reserved for kids, animation, and making the cgi food do adult things like eat each other’s asses. a couple people might chuckle at first, but 10 seconds turns into 30, then 45, then a minute and a half, maybe longer. you realize in this span that dozens of people were paid to write this scene, to storyboard it, to animate it. seth rogan is a millionaire. you feel your $15 ticket burning in your pocket.

imagine the sound track. imagine hearing the sound track, muffled, from the next theater over. imagine the people spared the reality of witnessing a racial caricature pita bread orgasm in high definition. imagine the people who will applaud this movie for its “edgy take on comedy”. you exit the theater, a white guy probably named tyler gushes about the film to his uncomfortable date. she remembers the food orgy. she will not text him back.

being gay is tough especially when it comes to relationships like??? straight people get to start so much earlier, and now im just starting to put myself out there at nineteen. i still have to go through my awkward dating phase and learn what it means to be in a relationship. a lot of gay ppl my age are going through the same thing, but we’re expected to be adults about it when we don’t know what the fuck we’re doing, which is why a lot of young gay people usually just end up having sexual relationships because that way we feel adult in our relationships and attraction when the truth is we are still just beginning and trying to figure things out for ourselves.

im a lesbian, and i know this, but because of there being so little representation of wlw (and when there is, half of the time it’s written by straight people who don’t know what they’re doing) I can’t imagine what a relationship with a woman is supposed to be like. I don’t know if how I feel attraction is genuine or a remnant of compulsory heterosexuality and heteronormativity. I don’t know if the relationship I’m imagining is healthy or a part of the heterosexual relationship dynamic that I’ve learned to know as the default. when you learn relationships are supposed to be one way, how else can you imagine them being??? when you’re a wlw who has never been in a relationship with another woman it’s hard to imagine having a girlfriend or a wife and when that happens it’s easy to doubt your attraction to women, and that’s scary.

dating when you’re gay is scary in more ways than being afraid to hold hands in public, it’s scary in being an adult going through this kind of stuff everyone else went through when they were 14. you feel so stuck behind and doubt yourself at every turn. straight people don’t get that.

hey, @ teenage wlw: i know dating can be really difficult and sometimes you feel like you’ve missed your window for cute, textbook romantic dates because it feels like everyone you know has done that already, but i’m an adult here to tell you that tonight i finally had a movie date where i got to execute the perfect fake-yawn and rest my head on a pretty girl’s shoulder and do the thing where our fingers inched closer together until we were holding hands and i just want to let you know that there’s no age limit on this kinda thing, it’s going to come to you one day, and it’s going to be so beautiful

Something Else

By sixpenceee user amyinthedark

This story was posted on sixpenceeestories.com. Be sure to browse around and feel free to enter story contests.

TW: Child Abuse

When I was younger we used to visit our Aunt and Uncle every month – they lived just near enough that we saw them often, but far enough away that they didn’t pop in every day. They had just one child – my cousin, a boy with special needs. His name was Tom, and though I could tell he made the adults weary at times, I didn’t understand why. We got along well.

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Many of you remember Sara from the Pediatric Cancer series last month. I’m very sorry to report that shortly after her story was published, Sara’s cancer returned very aggressively. Yesterday morning she passed away. I’d like to honor her by reposting her story, and allowing Sara to be remembered by her own words: “My biggest worry is that I’m going to die and not do all the things I wanted to do. The funny thing is—I didn’t even realize how many things I wanted to do until I got diagnosed. Simple things like meeting a guy, getting married, getting a job, having my own apartment, and even picking out my own furniture. Those never seemed too interesting to me. They just seemed like adult things that were guaranteed to happen. Now I want to do them so bad. Because I want to know what they feel like.”

Word of Caution for Parents and Adult Pokemon Go Players

My husband was grocery shopping today and witnessed this incident, and it made me concerned.

An adult man was walking around the store trying to catch Pokemon, and he saw a kid who was doing the same. As he had just caught a really good Pokemon in the parking lot, he asked the kid if he could show him where it was. The kid agreed, and followed this stranger out of the store.

The adult realized that he had essentially just lured a kid away from his parents in a public place, and immediately told the kid to go back inside to his parents.

This guy clearly had no bad intentions toward the kid, but how easily could someone have done the same thing intentionally in order to abduct or harm a child? After all, people have already used Pokemon Go to commit armed robbery.

So I want to warn both adult (over 18) Pokemon Go players and parents of children who play the game.

Parents: If possible, go with your children when they go out to play the game. If that isn’t possible, be sure to have a conversation with them about strangers, even strangers who are playing the same game. It might be appropriate to point out the real cases of crimes committed using Pokemon Go so the kid understands that the threat is real.

Adult Pokemon Go players: Remember that minors are still minors, even if you’re both playing the same game. Don’t ask minors to follow you or join you in hunting Pokemon. Don’t meet up with minors for Pokemon hunting without parental consent.

You may have no bad intentions, but that might not stop you from being accused of something you didn’t do or try to do. False accusations could ruin your life. Plus, you don’t want to encourage minors to trust adults just because they’re playing the same game, because the next adult might not have such good intentions

“Not everyone has to be the Chosen One. Not everyone has to be the guy who saves the world. Most people just have to live their lives the best they can, doing things that are great for them, having great friends, trying to make their lives better, loving people properly. All the while knowing that the world makes no sense but trying to find a way to be happy anyway.”

― Patrick Ness, The Rest of Us Just Live Here

I think Sebastian Stan is so endearing because the stuff he does is honestly so dorkishly awkward? Like he does things most of us would awkwardly do and he’s this gorgeous, very talented dude. He’s got head canons and makes awkward innocent comments and has goofy facial expressions and gets giggling at stuff and everything about him is just so openly HIM and not like he’s trying to put on some sort of cool act or adult act or even a dignified “I have an air of mystery” act or “I’m so done with all this fame” act. He’s just this bundle of enthusiasm and goofiness and it’s really incredibly appealing.

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i was going to make a tutorial of how i draw asriel but i’m not good at words lmao
so have a process sorta thing instead
plus the way i draw him kind of varies? sometimes i’ll sketch out a body, other times i’ll just draw the clothes 
i usually add more detail (fur, folds, lines under the eyes etc) when i’m doing the lineart

no offense but im tired of people demanding male groups to do “dark concepts” especially younger rookie groups. Because 14/10 it comes from ya’ll wanting to see them hip thrust and hump the floor. Like let them be cute, let them do innocent and sweet concepts. Stop sexualizing them for 10 seconds and forcing them to do adult and provocative things. Stop making sex a mandatory product. And this goes just as much for female groups. Just stop it. I’m sick of it.

If they do these things because they want to then fine, but im tired of groups having to “Shed their young image” by doing sexual shit. Stop making sex a mandatory requirement for being seen as “mature” and an adult, and stop putting that pressure on teens and young adults. 

The only thing I can really offer is that despite what adults will tell you, there is no such thing as a safe job or a safe path, even if it seems that way. Really, you’re not ever taking a risk if you follow your dreams because it’s going to be just as unsafe as any other path you take. At the same time, it’s going to be very rewarding when you get through that if you followed your dreams. If you’re going to do the unsafe thing anyway, at least do what you love.
—  TABLO (160415 NBC News Interview)

ask most adults about what lgbt+ stands for and they might get the first four, ask them if they know about any other part of the community (asexuality, intersex etc) and they’ll probably tell you that it’s something silly made up by people who want to be ‘cool’ or 'different’

ask most adults what they think teens are most concerned with and they will say things like the internet, their phones, how they look, and boys and girls respectively but tell them about young people raising over 100k for a charity that helps protect lgbt+ youth in light of an increasingly alarming amount of lesbian characters dying on television and they will tell you that it’s just a tv show being attacked by a bunch of loud teenage girls with nothing better to do

ask most adults about mental illness in youth and they will say that they have nothing to do with it and it’s a very young-person thing to suddenly realise you have a mental illness, with the belief most are made up or being used for attention (social anxiety, bipolar disorder etc) and say things like “you have no reason to have anxiety it’s so easy being a teen just wait till you have to pay taxes”

ask most adults about youth suicide rates, especially lgbt+ or poc youth and they will probably tell you that they don’t understand why they would kill themselves or that youth get so worked up over the smallest things and so them killing themselves is just silly

the generation gaps biggest problem isn’t that we 'use our phones too much’ or that we are 'so lucky to have all this technology growing up’ it is the constant belittling of every single issue that young people care about

it is being told that you are silly and immature at 18 years old when you also have the legal right to vote but being talked to like you are just an angsty preteen who didn’t get their way

it is the dismissal of people’s sexualities and identities that they feel truly represent them and then being told “hey that can’t be you because that doesn’t exist”

we understand that the older generation was raised differently, that they have had an ingrained idea of the world since birth that followed the conservative ideology that their grandparents had passed down to their parents and so on and all we ask is that the older generation try to understand us as well

(½) “I got diagnosed last January. A mass behind my spine, two masses in my lungs, spots all over my lymph nodes and bone marrow. The guy who gave me the CT scan threw up afterward. The doctor said they could guarantee three years. I was like: ‘Three years. Holy shit.’ My biggest worry is that I’m going to die and not do all the things I wanted to do. The funny thing is—I didn’t even realize how many things I wanted to do until I got diagnosed. Simple things like meeting a guy, getting married, getting a job, having my own apartment, and even picking out my own furniture. Those never seemed too interesting to me. They just seemed like adult things that were guaranteed to happen. Now I want to do them so bad. Because I want to know what they feel like.”



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