im gonna make a game geared towards all those video game nitpickers. “ahuhuhuh why dont vidoe game characters ever use the bathroom????” now your character has to take bathroom breaks every 2-4 hours whether youre busy or not. if you dont make it to the bathroom on time you will piss your pants. you also have to eat food and drink water or your character will be tired and hungry and wont move as fast or at all. you also have to follow society’s norms because humans are psychologically wired that way. if you do something illegal someone will call the cops on you and youll be arrested and taken to court and then taken to prison for the rest of the game. thats what you get for being a nitpicking smartass
Some doodles of one of my many tabletop babies, Wendelin Fesenmaier (a ghoul who has regained his conscience and uses magic to disguise his horrific appearance, but who retains his uncontrollable hunger for flesh—he tries to be good, really, he tries!!)~ Someday I’ll reboot him. Perhaps soon? >:3
Let me give you some advice. 1, Do not call Yakov grandpa. 2, Do not call Viktor grandpa. Under any circumstances. Ever. Yakov will make your life miserable and Viktor will pretend to be your grandparent for a month, if not longer.
Wait...You once called Viktor 'grandpa'?
He called him 'grandma', actually. It was great.
I’d like to make a shout-out to all the optimists out there: because while your good vibes and hope are sorely needed and appreciated, PLEASE let people mourn–especially those whose civil rights have been put into jeopardy by this election. Let your peers express their anger, their hurt, their disbelief, their devastation, because these are normal human emotions that need to be felt. Yes, love is better than hate, yes peace is better than fury; nobody WANTS to be bitter.
But perpetual optimism is a privilege.
Life can’t be a happy hallmark card all the time.
So I just want to remind some of the people on my feed–most of which are white and straight–that are talking about how we should love instead of protest and riot…that it’s just not that simple. Let marginalized people express their sadness or anger without guilting them for it, especially those of us who suffer from clinical depression and anxiety. Because if we COULD be perky and take everything in stride all the time, we probably would. In short, thank you for your positivity, thank you for seeing light in darkness and finding things to be hopeful about. The world needs people like you. But sometimes the world needs the darker, harsher emotions, too: history has shown us that pain and anger are so often the roots of change, after all. So don’t look down on those of us who can’t just shake off this devastating loss and go about life as usual: most of us are still hopeful and still love our country despite everything, but we’ve just been given a massive blow this week. We’re attending the funeral for forward progress, so just let us grieve.
@caitthepiemaker and I have been talking about Bitty’s love for Thanksgiving and how y’all need to cool it with these ‘it’s practically Christmas’ posts because Y’ALL.
THANKSGIVING IS SO IMPORTANT.
like I get there’s the whole commercialism thing and maybe in other regions it’s being phased out? But in the South that’s not part of your Thanksgiving really?
it’s food and family and making recipes written down on index cards that get pulled out of the tin once a year
it’s telling stories about Thanksgivings Past even though you tell the same story every year.
“do you remember when the collard greens in the pressure cooker exploded and ended up on the ceiling?”
“Don’t let cousin Jo touch the biscuits. You remember the Baking Soda Fisasco of ‘09”
“Remember the time that woman promised to bring the turkey and turned it into a casserole– bless her heart– and you had to drive all the way to Athens to find a Walmart open and convince them to sell you just the turkey from their pre-cooked meals?”
((True stories from my fam))
So when Bitty goes to college he has planned for this from the very beginning. Freshman year was an improvised turkey sandwich with cranberry sauce and fetta cheese, but after he moves into the Haus there’s nothing to hold him back.
Mr. Interrupted: “I really didn’t think the maple syrup and the tabasco and everything would really taste good together, but it was delicious. It works. Doesn’t matter anyway because you never repeat. You probably won’t make this again for years.”
So today (28/08) marks exactly 1 year since I first begun to upload all this DA nonsense. It was just a joke about my first impression(and impending disappointment) of Alistair. So I thought it was fitting if I drew the actual first meeting between these nerds. Tacked on another two pages because why not.
Also, can’t believe I’m still drawing stuff for these two and that so many people still read and like all this silliness. x’D But I’m very glad for it. So thank you.
ok so like I know I’m not the first person to point out how horrendously bad Hap is at cooking, but…
I’m rewatching episode 5, and he just poured a whole strainer full of cooked pasta directly into the sink, and I honestly cannot tell if he’s just mad or if he thinks that’s what you’re supposed to do???