a dead night

anonymous asked:

I dunno whether you've seen it, but still. Imagine the kids watching Samurai Jack.

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I haven’t even watched it, but I can tell u with 100% certainty that Asriel would be the biggest Samurai Jack fan in existence, it is right up his alley, the little nerd

Frisk would watch it purely because they love cartoons, all cartoons, and Chara would be sitting on the sidelines taking notes for when all three of them will inevitably have to go play samurais at their brother’s demand storytelling purposes

… also they’d totally look forward to the new season coming soon, even if they’d have to watch it in secret so their parents wouldn’t get on their case about the blood and the violence

imagine the lil kiddos watching it together in the dead of night with the volume uuuultra low so Toriel or Asgore won’t hear

no one is allowed to move until it’s over or they’ll have to rewind the clip to hear it again

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todays twitter dump is seungchuchu themed because they are the best boys!! dedicated to @llyn-on-ice because she showed me part of something she was writing and it inspired most of this and also she inspires me every day of my life 

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Podcast Recs

So I’ve recently gotten into podcasts and I decided to make a list of all my favorites in order to spread the love.

Welcome to Night Vale: The first podcast everyone listens to. About a small desert community where strange and fantastical things occur on a daily basis. Comedic and introspective with horror elements. And a lot of positive POC, LGBT, and disabled representation (including a lesbian hijabi Muslim!!! A girl in a wheelchair who pulls off a heist!!! A sarcastic, British agender sheriff!!! A little African American girl who reads books and saves an entire town!!!!) 10/10 recommend.

EOS 10: A medical comedy set in in space. Amazing. It takes a few episodes to really get interesting, so if you listen I would suggest listening to at least the fourth episode. Nobody is straight, and it’s wonderful and I would die for each character. Also, Dr. Urvidian. Trust me.

Alice Isn’t Dead: By the some of the same people who did Night Vale. A creepy, haunting story about a woman driving trucks across the country to search for her missing wife. It’s incredibly set up, and so well-written. Warning: some gory imagery and description of murder. Also, WOC protagonist and pretty much all women. 

Within the Wires: GUYS. This story was incredible. The format’s really unique: it’s set as a series of relaxation cassettes that slowly reveal the history between the narrator and the listener. It’s GREAT. Seriously, give this one a listen. It’s actually really relaxing between all the bombshells about the plot. It’s also by one of the guys that writes Welcome to Night Vale, so of course it’s gay.

The Penumbra Podcast: This is another one that’s hard to describe, but it’s a collection of stories, a different one every episode. Some are recurring, but some are stand-alone. SUCH amazing representation here, and funny/creepy storylines. There’s a nonbinary bisexual MOC, a Native American wlw BANDIT, a knight with a physical disability, women with actually good characterization, and a lot more. How often do we see that?

The Bright Sessions: Basically superheroes who go to therapy. Good acting, cool storylines, a cute romance. Again, lots of representation. And an asexual character!!!

Wolf 359: A story about the crew of a spaceship circling the Wolf 359 star. At first I thought this was a comedy, but it got dark pretty fast. The characterization is great. The story is comedic and gritty and fast-paced, and I would die for Isabelle Lovelace. If you like space shenanigans and found family, this one’s for you. 

Kakos Industries: This podcast is hilarious. It takes the format of a corporation’s monthly shareholder announcements. Only this corporation, headed by the legendary Corin Deeth III, helps you “do evil better.” It might disturb you a bit though, so if you don’t like sex jokes, murder, and swearing, stay away from this one.

The Orbiting Human Circus of the Air: A weird little show by Night Vale Presents that’s really hard to describe, but it includes an absolutely wonderful narrator, the cutest protagonist, and amazing side characters. The format’s cool as well, so I recommend giving it a listen. (also the main character’s a mlm!)

i relate to cats a lot because i too have very high levels of murder and stabbing but am also irresistibly adorable
just fictional podcast listener things
  • sees an aesthetic picture of a road: haha nice alice isn't dead reference
  • sees an aesthetic picture of a purple sky: haha nice nightvale reference
  • sees an aesthetic picture of space: haha nice wolf 359 reference
  • sees an aesthetic picture of a security camera: haha nice within the wires reference
  • sees an aesthetic picture of a computer: haha nice tanis reference
  • sees an aesthetic picture of the paranormal: haha nice black tapes reference