So my really close friend [Terry] has an amazing DBZ oc named Batata (pictured on the left)who’s an elite saiyan,and after seeing some art of her, I couldn’t help but bring back a really old DBZ OC I had in the form of a Majin named Lux. Really it was just for the sole purpose of teaming them up together as a dysfunctional duo that’s ripe for all sorts of shenanigans that I will probably never draw. But at the same time it was fun to do an update to a super old fandom OC I had from years and years ago.
They’re both world-destroying level entities but one is short, angry, and weak to food, and the other is tall, goofy, and gives off distinct “your friend’s one hot aunt” vibes.
Professor Qui-Gon Jinn had been staring across the bar at his very favourite professor of Literature, watching Obi-Wan slowly release a term’s buildup of tension. The man had taste, Qui-Gon was pleased to note—not that he’d ever doubted it, but that was a top-tier choice of brandy.
All in all, he could only pin down one minor annoyance, which was that he couldn’t escape the bloody Christmas music anywhere, not even here at the bar. It might have been less of a problem if his students hadn’t been playing the same songs since November.
“Not a fan of Michael Bublé?” a terribly familiar voice asked from somewhere above him.
Qui-Gon realised he’d given up staring at the bar and taken to glaring at his drink instead, and now looked up to the surprising and very welcome sight of a slightly flushed Obi-Wan Kenobi standing before him. “Not that much a fan, no,” he offered, with a faint shrug.
Obi-Wan nodded, glancing down at Qui-Gon’s nearly-emptied glass. Then his eyes tracked up again with deliberate slowness and a touch of heat. “Want to get out of here?”
Lame adaptations and sequels are always like, “how can Mina go back to her stifling Victorian marriage after her experience with the dark, seductive Dracula??”
Meanwhile, Mina marries her best friend, who she’s known since they were children, who she share common interests with, they build a home together, work as partners, make immense sacrifices for each other, support each other through their traumas.
Guys, a marriage isn’t stifling and restrictive just because two people… get along, I guess?
there’s this girl
with a lion mane of corkscrew curls; her hair dark as night and soft as a gentle breeze as it kisses the air
and warm brown eyes that you can’t help but to get lost in, but you aren’t lost, not really, because they feel like home
and a smile that should be framed; nothing money could have ever painted would have compared
and a laugh, a laugh that sounds like your favorite song
there’s this girl
she’s got a heart of gold
she molds young minds
and believes in those who don’t believe in themselves
she loves with everything in her
she is a diamond in the rough
a shooting star
not a prize to be won
but something special
and if you’re lucky enough to have her
don’t you dare let her go
she’s a little lost sometimes, a little afraid
not to be defined by her illness but sometimes confined by it
she finds it within herself
to keep going
to stay strong
she spreads her wings
and she soars
The thing about John objecting to Sherlock’s fake proposal to Janine is that it reveals to us that he sees marriage as a permanent commitment. A commitment that you have to honor whether you’re really in love or not. 👀👀👀👀👀