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DW is so savage

America: France and England are fighting again, lol.

Canada: I know, right?

England: Oh don’t pretend like there isn’t trouble in paradise!! You two have along standing feud over Canada’s subsidies of soft lumber!!

America:... Kay, first of all, don’t say “trouble in paradise” like we’re the Kennedys and not brothers. Second of all, he burned down my white-house, and I know that’s not like a 100 year war bu-

England: What?! No. I burned down your white house!! Through him!! It was my army!!

Canada: Wait, what’s your argument at this point….? 

England:… I hate all of you.   

America: Yeah that’s true ;) 

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9 Highest Paid Male Supermodels

Sean O’Pry (July 5, 1989) $1.5M

David Gandy (February 19, 1980) $1.4M

Simon Nessman (November 5, 1989) $1.1M

Arthur Kulkov (August 20, 1983) $905K

Noah Mills (April 26, 1985) $740K

Ryan Burns (September 8, 1992) $610K

Tyson Ballou (November 14, 1976) $425K

Ollie Edwards (June 22, 1985) $410K

Jon Kortajarena (May 19, 1985) $290K

Well I owe you guys an apology apparently

I was told I needed to sit in a corner and think about what I had done with that WIP, so I figure I should give you a (hella sketchy) follow up comic to make everybody happy again.  I didn’t mean to drop concentrated feels in your tags.  It wasn’t my intention.  Subtitles included beneath in case you can’t read my chicken scratch.


Arthur:  Mornin’ Lew…  Breakfast smells good.

Lewis:  Thank you.


Lewis:  Here.

Arthur:  Thanks.

Lewis:  …Listen…  If I went a little far with that arm thing, I’m sorry.

Lewis:  I was hoping it would make you feel better.


Arthur:  Seriously?  You just ensured the last thing that hand felt wasn’t gonna be me murdering you.  Trust me.  I feel better.

Lewis:  Okay.


Arthur:  Besides, you’re not the only one with a new trick.

*grope*


Vivi:  Lewis, is something burning!?

Arthur:  *snicker*

Lewis:  ~ <3

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Arthur: Blossom’s motivation is me, and my motivation is not making her mad…

Alio: Nothing motivates me, that’s why I’m not in this post.

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Items Available for Trade/Sale. Please message me if you are interested in anything!

Picture 1:

Big Fish pin

Alice Ripley CD

Altar Boyz CD

Peter and the Starcatcher magnet

Wonderland pin

Fiddler on the Roof pin

Ghost keychain

Sister Act keychain

Natasha Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 shakers

How to Succeed Opening Night placemat

Wonderland cup

Wicker lottery pin

High School Musical pin set

Heidi Chronicles pin

Taboo playing cards

West Side Story keychain

Normal Heart stress ball

Little Mermaid pin

Ann pin

Newsies BCEFA magnet

Bengal Tiger pin

How to Succeed magnet

Soul Doctor magnet

Normal Heart magnet

Bonnie & Clyde magnet

Drowsy Chaperone magnet

Spring Awakening pen

Godspell keychain

Million Dollar Quartet pin

Shrek Daniel Breaker pin


Picture 2:

Jekyll & Hyde program

Bullets over Broadway program

Sister Act program

Hair program

Mamma Mia program


Picture 3:

Coffee Table Books:

Rent

Les Miserables

Wicked pop-up

Playbill yearbook vol. 2


Picture 4:

Spring Awakening T-Shirt XL- signed by Alexandra Socha, Blake Bashoff, Emma Hunton, Skylar Astin, Phoebe Strole, Blake Daniel, Glenn Flesher, and Jenna UShkowitz


Picture 5:

Doctor Zhivago Playbill signed by Sophia Gennusa

Newsies Playbill- cast signed 

South Pacific Playbill signed by laura Osnes and cast

Matilda signed by Lesli Margherita, Betsy Struxness, Jennifer Bowles, John Arthur Greene, and Travis Waldschmidt

Once Tour signed by cast on headshots

A Time to Kill signed by cast

3 Penny Opera signed by Mary Beth Piel, Rick Holmes and 1 other

Cinderella signed by Carly Rae Jepsen

If/Then Opening Night signed by Anthony Rapp and Tamika Lawrence

Jekyll & Hyde signed by Robert Cuccioli, Christianne Noll, and Luba Mason

After Midnight signed by Babyface

Rock of Ages Pride signed by Carrie St. Louis, Aaron Finley, Andrew Call, Tony LePage, Cody Scott Lancaster, and 2 others


Picture 6:

Nikki M. James signed headshot

Laura Bell Bundy signed photo

Heathers ad postcard signed by Jessica Keenan Wynn

Bonnie & Clyde wanted poster

Justin Clynes signed headshot

Laura Osnes signed headshot

On AN Average Day West End programme signed by Woody harrelson and Kyle MacLaughlin


Picture 7:

Full Monty signed by Will Chase, Annie Golden, and others

Mamma Mia signed by cast

Newsies signed by Cast including Brendan Stimson

Avenue Q signed by cast

Jonathan Freeman Signed Jafar photo

Wicked 10th Anniversary playbill

Phantom of the Opera 25th ANniversary playbill

Hairspray closing night playbill

Jesse Tyler Fergusen and 1 other signed Spelling Bee Photo

Arthur FDarvil signed Doctor WHo photo

Rondi Reed signed photo

Book of Mormon Tour signed playbill

If/Then Signed playbill by Jackie Burns LaChanze, and James Snyder

Hairspray signed by Kate Loprest

Aladdiin signed by a few cast members including Adam Jacobs

Lion King signed photo


Picture 8:

Singin’ in the Rain cast signed

Nathaniel Hackman signed Jean Val Jean understudy slip signed

Mystery of Edwin Drood signed by Justin Greer

Book of Mormon tour signed by GAVIN cREEL AND cAST

sPRITI cONTROL SIGNED BY cAST

mYSTERY OF eDWIN dROOD SIGNED  BY jANINE dIvITA

sHREK TOUR signed by Haven Burton

Kinky Boots CD insert signed by Annaleigh Ashford

Motown Playbill signed by Cast

Ghost Tour cast signed

Once Playbill signed by Paul Nolan

Civil War Christmas signed by Alice Ripley

American idiot tour signed by cast

If/Then signed by James Synder, Jenn Collela, LaChanze, Janet Krupin, Jason Tam, and Ryann Redond

mamma Mia signed by cast including Laurie Veldheer

Alan Cumming Macbeth magnet

Winslow Boy magnet

Ghost magnet

Currently Reading

Thought this might be a fun way to begin introducing myself here, and also maybe get myself in order, as you’ll see…

In no particular order and ranging from just started to almost finished, the books I am reading are:

  1. March by Geraldine Brooks
  2. From the Forest: A Search for the Hidden Roots of our Fairytales by Sara Maitland
  3. Sutton by J. R. Moehringer
  4. I Am the Messenger by Markus Zusak
  5. Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys
  6. The Exploits of Sherlock Holmes by Adrian Conan Doyle
  7. The Edogawa Rampo Reader by Rampo Edogawa
  8. Stealing Mona Lisa by Carson Morton
  9. The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries by W. Y. Evans-Wentz
  10. An Instinct for Dragons by David E. Jones
  11. The Tiger’s Wife by Téa Obreht
  12. The Mystery of Cloomber by Arthur Conan Doyle
  13. Burning Down the House: Essays on Fiction by Charles Baxter
  14. Lines Scribbled On An Envelope by Madeleine L'Engle
  15. Cheek by Jowl by Ursula K. Le Guin

Several of these are research books, poetry, and collections of short stories, easy to put down and pick up later, but in general I’ve always been bad at reading one book at a time.

One of the stories I’m working on involves Celtic mythology and American and Native American legends – I should add I’m reading another book on American mythology, but I’m not planning on reading the whole book, just the parts relevant to the area the story takes place in.  I also can’t resist checking out what else my library’s mythology section has to offer while I’m there, hence a few of these other books.

Right now, the one I recommend most is The Edogawa Rampo Reader Edogawa, born Tarō Hirai, is an author that I am rather passionate about.  He played a major role in the development of Japanese mystery fiction.  He was a big fan of Western detective writers - namely Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, G. K. Chesterton, and especially Edgar Allen Poe, from whom Edogawa formed his pseudonym (try reading it out loud).  If you’re a fan of manga, you might recognize his name from the series Detective Conan (called Case Closed in America), and he or his characters are referenced in many other works.  He is most well-known for his detective character Kogoro Akechi who had a criminal nemesis in the Man With Twenty Faces similar to the world-famous Arsène Lupin.  Sadly, not many of Edogawa’s works are translated into English, but if you like stories similar to Edgar Allen Poe’s macabre works that delve into the darkness of the human consciousness, this book is worth a read.