and i really like her dress

annalrk  asked:

how about alex fierro in 3B??? because it's canon that alex does wear dresses (there's dresses in her room) and no one draws her wearing skirts or dresses. (i was gonna ask for hearthstone in 3E but someone beat me too it haha. though if you want to draw more hearth, shall i recommend 2A?)

[the shirt says ‘sorry 4 not giving a shit’ in pink letters]

aaaa man alex in a dress!! so cute,,

Quick question...

I’m working on more Fallout 4 companion chibis, & I wanna know what outfit I should put Curie in. I know her normal synth outfit is like a plaid shirt & jeans, but whenever I picture Curie in my head, she’s wearing a lab coat. Probably because she’s a scientist?? also because it’s white, like she was when she was a robot?? I dunno, but I kinda wanna draw her in the lab coat. My question is, would you guys still recognize her if she wasn’t in her plaid shirt & jeans?

Highlights from Super/Flash’s Musical Crossover

  • That little flashback of Barry and his mom watching Singing In the Rain
  • Cisco trying to cheer Barry up
  • Mon-El and Hank showing up with Kara
  • “I’m Kara’s friend. Well more than friend. We’ve been kissing a lot.”
  • Wally’s hair. I’m really liking his hair nowadays. Makes him look even more adorable
  • Caitlin’s reference to that time she and Barry did karaoke
  • Kara singing Moon River
  • Also, her dress and her hair and her make-up is purrfection
  • “My Huckleberry friend”
  • Kara and Barry. Just Kara and Barry. They are so adorable.
  • Darren Criss, Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist sharing the screen
  • “He is not my boyfriend!”
  • Cisco is cute af. Always
  • Music Meister stealing Barry and Kara’s power so he’s some sort of super alien speedster
  • Music Muister, Not Malcom Merlin, Not Winn Schott and Not Cisco Ramon singing Put A Little Love In Your Heart
  • Wally getting his groove back, even though I’m a little sad Keiynan Lonsdale didn’t get the opportunity to sing
  • Not Stein and Not Joe kidnapping Barry and Kara
  • Kara wanting to punch a Not Mon-El if she sees him, just of the fun of it.
  • Mon-El and Iris falling in love. In the musical, of course
  • Not Stein and Not Joe turn out to be Not Iris’ dads. 
  • Superfriends, especially the lines about Superman and Barry not going back in time again
  • Tapdancing
  • Everything Kara wears in this episode
  • Cisco vibing Iris and Mon-El to the musical because Cisco is boss
  • Kara and Mon-El reuniting
  • Chris Wood, ladies and gentleman. He was Carrie’s boyfriend, Psychopath Cobra Kai and now he is an alien. He rocks at everything he does
  • Barry and Iris reuniting
  • Music Meister not being the bad guy, actually
  • Runnin’ Home to You. That song = goosebumps

floofypinkmagilou  asked:

The ship in TOZ I really hate is Edneo! First Edna being a complete Lolibait which is uncomfortable to me to begin with. Now I know dwarfism exists but she dresses and behaves like a child. Also the idea of Mikleo being in a relationship with her will be utter torture to him as he finds her annoying, he sees her as an annoying child not a love interest. I have no ill will who likes it but I honestly can't stand it!

Personally … I don’t get Mikleo and Edna as a romantic ship - for one thing Mikleo’s Top 3 Priorities is Sorey, Sorey, and, uh, Sorey.  But I do see them as having more of a Vitriolic Best Buds/annoying siblings kind of relationship, especially as you go further in the game.  There’s one early-ish game skit I remember where she catches him working on his artes late at night (I think you can get it right around when you meet Sergei the first time, so right after Tintagel Ruins), and instead of teasing or picking on him, she gives him genuine advice on what he could do to get stronger.  So I see all the teasing and bickering as more of just how she is (in a lot of ways, she’s even less straightforward about how she feels than he is, lol) but when it all comes down to it, she cares - just in her own way, and definitely as a little brother.

Also doesn’t help that the better I get to know Eizen, the more he has his moments where I’m like, “Man, that’s so Sorey and Mikleo” (especially when he’s being all excited over the treasure and stuff you find in Expeditions), so I can’t help but think she sees both Sorey and Mikleo in that light and taken them both under her wing as little brothers.  The only reason she teases Mikleo more is because Sorey’s too straightforward and genuine to rise to her teasing, while Mikleo gives her the reactions she finds so entertaining, so, of course, she keeps teasing him for her personal amusement … just like any annoying sibling would, lol.

anonymous asked:

this ones rly cute. what's something really cute that one of your friends does and is totally endearing?

I have one friend who always dresses extremely uniquely and never lets anyone’s opinion sway her mind because she loves her clothes and ain’t no one gonna take that away from her. Like the other day she wore big loose flowy orange pants with a black turtleneck under a blue/watercolor/floral shirt that reminded me of scrubs that nurse wear. I love how fearless and adventurous she is

anonymous asked:

I imagine as a baby and little girl Shinobu would dress up Yoriko in a poofy cupcake of a dress all the time


Shinobu’s probably like 100% the reason Yoriko’s hair is always done up in these ludicrously fancy fashions–since Yoriko has always had so much hair to work with, Shinobu probably found it really fun (and a nice bonding activity) to pick out hairstyles with her and experiment. Yoriko doesn’t say it but she does appreciate those moments a lot, I feel, even if she’s really not that concerned with her look (minus her apparent lack of eyebrows).

anonymous asked:

IF WE'RE DOING CRUSHES mine is the Best. She's a varsity athlete, insanely smart, really kind, very funny. Gorgeous?? And like in a Casual way it's wild. ANYWAY we became friends this year & we say hi and follow up with conversations & stuff ('Hey i remember you were talking about prom dress shopping the other day- did you find anything???' etc etc) but I don't have her phone number or snapchat so im not really sure how to get closer :/

I love how you guys talk about your crushes because you all mention the most beautiful things about them and it’s so cute?? because think about how many people think about YOU that way and maybe you just never know it!!

anyways, you can always just ask for her # or snapchat! lol it wouldn’t be weird. Usually as friends we just say “what’s ur snap?” or “I don’t have your # wanna write it down here?”

When people tell stories about how their parents beat them, it’s always interesting to see their face change because they expected me to say “me too lol” but I instead say “I’m really sorry. You didn’t deserve that”
Last time a co worker who also has West Indian parents was telling me in a joking way how he remembers being beaten with a belt because lied about his report card. As he was laughing it off and saying he deserved it, I just said “wow that’s awful hun. You didn’t deserve that.” And his whole face changed. Like it hadn’t occurred to him that it’s messed up that a part of remembering his childhood is remembering how badly it hurt to be beaten so badly at such a young age.
Another time I had a friend, non West Indian parents, who talked about how she made a mess on a dress that her parents got her. It was really expensive apparently and she spilled red juice on it. She talked about how she was ordered to take the dress of and was beaten with a belt too without any clothes on. And she was laughing and said “I was a bad ass kid lol” and I said “no hun you were just a kid”. And she looked at me and immediately stopped laughing and just sat there like “yea…I was just a kid. I don’t know why they did that to me”
My mom was raised in a household where she was beaten so badly….I just don’t understand how she is so loving now growing up in a home where she got so little love. They called it discipline, but once she became a social worker she began to see that it was abuse. That she grew up terrified of her parents, although they thought it was respect that my mom felt. It was fear.
We have to get comfortable challenging what is often seen as cultural norms. We have to be a generation of people who are not ashamed to say “I would never beat my child”.


Mississippi transgender woman Mesha Caldwell is first reported trans killing of 2017

  • Mississippi resident Mesha Caldwell, a black transgender woman, was found dead Wednesday night outside of Canton, Mississippi.
  • Initial media reports misgendered Caldwell as male, according to a family friend. Mary Young, a friend of Caldwell’s mother said she was “hurt” by the misgendering.
  • Young said Caldwell was a beautician and hairstylist. “She always, always dressed like a girl,” Young said. “And as she grew up, she became beautiful just like a lady.”
  • She added, “I really don’t know why somebody would want to kill her.”
  • According to news reports, police are investigating the death as a homicide. Read more

i’ll tell you what major aesthetic problem i DO have with frozen though


not in a concerned mom way of it being ‘too revealing’ or whatever, but it just sticks out like a sore thumb in contrast to the other costume design?? i get the point that elsa wants to be free and ‘different’ but still, having more incorporation of the entire hostoric norway aesthetic would go a long way imo. i really love the design of elsa’s coronation dress. its got the folk motifs and everything going

but then i remember being so upset having to see her wearing….that thing for the majority of the film. even concepts like this still feel like they ‘belong’ in the universe and is more harmonious with the rest of the set

and this is only a mild critique, im not even talking about all the visual creativity that was lost in the early concept art….

You know what i really love about Louise from Bob’s Burgers? Despite being the “evil mastermind” she’s still just a little girl. She still gets crushes on boy band members, and she still wears dresses, and she still loves her stuffed animals and has a favourite toy, which she’s named. She does voices for them too, she hates taking medicine, and above all she loves her family. She’s just a little kid and her mischievous abilities never undermine that, and I think it’s just really awesome. Kudos to the writers for making her so real

eliza in historical dress?? sign me up

Other War Portraits

Some of the very little things I love about fallout new vegas

People really seemed to like the list of little things I loved in fallout 4, so I thought I’d do one for my favourite game in the series:
Little things I love about FNV - go!

- Raul will eat candy and sweet things you put in his inventory!
- Veronica’s reaction when you give her a nice dress
- flight of the valkyries playing as Jason bright takes his flock into space
- no-bark noonan
- the fact your dialogue changes depending on your intelligence level
- your aim slowly becoming steadier as your gun skill improves - it gives a real feeling of improving.
- the fact Arcade will accompany you easily if your intelligence is low enough - because you’re so stupid letting you travel alone is tantamount to murder.
- the graffiti that says “toss my salad Caesar!”
- the fact the legion pronounce “ave, true to Caesar” correctly
- the fact you can “try out” FISTO
- cliff briscoes apartment being FULL of dinky the t-Rex’s
- how fucking cool the NCR rangers look
- the Riot gear you can get in lonesome road
- mr New Vegas’s voice
- “n-heh, there’s the high roller!”
- the pet mole rat in Sloan
- the ending slides showing what happened after the battle of Hoover dam . It was really nice to see how my actions affected the mojave.
- Tabitha and Rhonda’s adventures being made into children’s books
- the freaking entirety of old world blues
- being able to seduce and kill Benny
- being able to kill Benny with his own gun
- what in the god damn
- the fact you can disguise yourself as a faction member, but a guard or higher officer will recognise you if you get too close
- Raul making fun of everything you select on his companion wheel
-there is more and I will add them :)

ShukaBlog 2017.03.19: Super Nerve-racking Day.

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screen portrayals of jo march ranked by butchness

I’ve never seen any of these but does jo even cut her hair off in any of them? has anyone even read the book?

katharine hepburn (1933)

sorry katharine, but there’s just nothing redeeming here. I guess she’s leaning against the mantel? that’s a little butch.

1980 anime christmas special

pretty bad. the mom wears some kind of waistcoat thing in this so I don’t know why they put jo in this weird ruffled dress with that ugly brooch

susan day (1978)

wrong hair color, but they still got her mostly right. the plaid on plaid makes up for the bow. (she marries william shatner in this movie)

june allyson (1949)

this is a butch outfit. the colors are really masculine and I like the collar and that weird square pattern. they could have taken it a lot further, but a really good effort. also the first google image result was from afterellen, so I’m giving her points for that. I would probably marry this woman.

winona ryder (1994)


My five-year-old daughter Alice Bee decided that she REALLY wanted to dress as Hillary Clinton for Halloween this year, so my wife Jen and I decided to support her decision by wearing Secret Service costumes as we escorted her through the neighborhood.

I wasn’t initially planning to publicly post this image.  Despite the fact that I have managed to maintain a fairly modest career by creating and posting fake family photos to social media, this image, like 99% of my actual family photography, was intended to be personal and private–a fun way for our family to memorialize an important moment in our daughter’s life.

My daughter’s fascination with Hillary Clinton began many months ago, when she and the rest of her pre-K class learned that no woman had ever been elected to our nation’s highest office.  I would later learn that her entire class (girls AND boys) were completely flummoxed by this concept–it had never occurred to any of them that this was even a possibility.  Alice came home from school that day with a laser-like focus:

“Daddy, Daddy! Who are you going to vote for for President?”

It was about two weeks to go until the primary, and I was momentarily caught off guard. Up until that point, neither Jen nor I had even mentioned the election to Alice, but here she was excitedly awaiting my response about a race for which I was still undecided.

“Ummm, who do YOU think I should vote for?”

“Hillary! Hillary Clinton! Please? Please?”

“Hillary, huh? Why do you want me to vote for Hillary?”

“Because she’ll be the first Girl President! You HAVE to vote for her!”

“OK, we’ll see,” I replied, giving my standard Dad response.  

I was immediately envious of my young daughter’s uncomplicated view of the election. She obviously hadn’t been paying any attention at all to social media. She apparently didn’t know or care about Hillary’s Iraq War vote. Or her speeches to Wall Street. Or her use of a private email server. Or any of the other thirty years’ worth of critique from both the right and the left.

Five-year-olds (well, at least the five-year-olds I know) are constantly complaining about things not being fair.  In most cases, this is not actually the case—it’s just a standard complaint used to try to have cake as the main course for dinner or to not have to wear underwear to school.  I’ve often wondered how my kid will respond when she eventually learns about how unfair some things can actually be in the real world.  Will she respond with jaded cynicism, citing the inherent unfairness of the system as an excuse when she fails at something? Will she objectively recognize her own somewhat privileged background and neither take it for granted nor negatively judge others who come from different circumstances?  Will she stand up for those who have less, for those against whom the system can often actually be rigged?  Only time will tell who she will become, but for now, it’s a real pleasure to view the world through the eyes of someone who has been blessedly sheltered from the shitty way many Americans seem to be treating one another these days.

So in addition to the envy I felt about her enthusiastically simple view of the election, I was also incredibly proud of my daughter in that moment.  She had just learned something ugly about American history, and her response was immediate and proactive.  Instead of getting upset, she decided she wanted do something about it, to fix what she saw as a wrong. It’s been months since she learned about this, and her enthusiasm has not waned for one second.  She has asked each one of her grandparents who they are voting for and demanded their allegiance for the first “Girl President”.  At a work dinner with some of Jen’s Pentagon colleagues, Alice cornered one of the guests in the kitchen and struck up a conversation about the election.  Even when I told her that she was very likely speaking to a tough crowd, she would not be deterred. I am in constant awe of her tenacity.

I consider myself a political independent, but I currently live in a state where pretty much anything worth voting on gets decided in the Democratic primary.   So, on the day of this year’s primary, Alice Bee spied my “I Voted” sticker and immediately demanded that I reveal who I had supported.

Looking down at her, I cocked an eyebrow and replied, “Who do YOU think I voted for?”

“Hillary?” she excitedly asked. “Did you vote for her?”

I gave her a small nod, and she flung her arms around me in a fierce hug.  “Thank you, Daddy! Thank you! I just know she’s going to win!”

That was the exact moment when I realized that not only was I was actually proud of my vote, but that Alice Bee’s oversimplified view of the election was the right way for me to think positively about this election as well. Alice’s unwavering enthusiasm and cheerleading has been the one bright spot for me in what has otherwise been an exhausting, mentally draining and dispiriting time.

So I created this image last week and was planning to keep it just for our family’s amusement.  And then I showed it to a few friends. And then a few more.  And a few more after that. And across the board the image and the story behind it made them smile, or laugh, or express appreciation for such a simple, inspiring view of the election.  If my social media stream is any indication, everyone is exhausted by the constant flood of negative articles, vitriolic memes, and unsubstantiated fake news items that litter our feeds on an hourly basis. I know it may seem a bit Pollyannaish on my part, but if our family’s fun can make even a small handful of people smile or see something positive about this entire gross election season or to feel good about their decision to vote, then maybe we should share this with everyone.

The problem is that I’m afraid.  This is a time when everything has become hyper-politicized, and there are unfortunately way too many examples of mean-spirited trolls hatefully attacking anything they see as counter to their own worldview, including multiple very real examples of attacks and even death threats against children who express an opinion or whose parents do or say something that the trolls don’t agree with.  It’s a scary time, and even though I’d like to think that I’m personally brave enough to stand up against such hatred, it’s really hard for me to stomach the thought of some asshole creating horrific imagery about my family or making a death threat because I’m proud that my idealistic five-year-old chose to dress up as her hero for Halloween.

So, I decided to ask Alice Bee what she thought.  I explained that if we posted this image, a LOT of people would see it.  I told her that it would probably make some people very happy, but there would also likely be a number of mean people who would write or say nasty things about me, her mom, or even Alice herself.

“Why would they do that?” she asked.  “That’s just mean.”

“I know it is, but unfortunately, that’s what’s happening right now.  People are being really, really mean to one another when they don’t agree on things.”

She was quiet for a minute, and then I asked her again if we should share it, even though some people would probably say mean things about us.

“Who cares?” was her response. “I want people to see it.”

I love that kid. She inspires me and gives me hope. This election, I’m definitely with her.