Meeting @thatsthat24 at GeekyCon2015 and GeekyCon2016 ✨
Again, he was the kindest person I’ve ever met. I walked up to him and he said “you look familiar!!” And I explained that I was Scarfy last year and he totally remembered me!! He said he loved my outfit, and even more when I explained that I was Aladdin!!
And, in case you were wondering, he gives THE BEST hugs!!!
He’s the nicest person, and I wish him luck with his upcoming tour (which we got a preview of and is AMAZING!!)
For my next three videos, I’ll be taking you through the entire making of Spore, from start to finish. This video covers the whole pre-production process, and on Friday, you’ll get to see what production was like.
And if you haven’t seen Spore yet, you can do that here.
If Ruby/Dorothy is the LGBT couple on OUAT, it will actually be *worse* than any of the one-episode het ships. Not just because there have been roughly a billionty of those and only one queer couple in the show’s entire fucking five-year run. Although definitely because of that.
But also because all the one-ep het couples were pairings established in fairy tales or myths. Eric and Ariel, Cinderella and Thomas, Merlin and Nimue - the show might not have spent much time developing them, but the audience already knew their story and how and why they got together. They were already invested.
Dorothy and Ruby don’t have that. There’s no background, no reason for them to fall in love. It’s literally, and incredibly blatantly, throwing the only two random characters together that A&E feel they could spare from the narrative. (Because you know damn well they’ll disappear for good once they’ve ticked the gay box.) And the impact on the audience will be zero.