idk who u are or where i am. if you diss pride and prejudice im comin for ur ungrateful ass. we could be standing at the alter abt to say ‘i do’ and if you say ‘ugh i hate pride and prejudice’ id fcking leave you. id walk out of my own wedding. i could be under anesthesia about to have major surgery and hear my doctor say ‘i never liked austen novels’ and id wake up just to request a different doctor. u could be the president of the united states and say ‘they’re just love stories’ and id deck you right there, right in front of secret service. im waiting and im ready to fight

jane austen was so lit because she wrote about men the way men typically write about women i.e. her stories just centered around women and men were only there for the sake of women, and her books could have been all bitter and sad about the state of women in that century, but instead they’re sweet honest observational stories of friendship, family and love *sighs* what a lady i am sorry i ever doubted you cos I was bored in high school

A Handy Guide to Pretty Much Every Period Movie Ever:
-If a man and woman’s hands touch, they are as good as married.
-If anyone coughs, they will die before the movie is over.
-The main female character will fall for the arrogant dude with sideburns.
-If the sun starts to rise/set between two people’s faces, they are about to kiss.

Something for Pride’s Month featuring @walkingnorth’s @alwayshumancomic. I was crying last week on this beautiful comic’s finale. I can’t believe it’s gonna be 2 years since she launched her comics and I always looked forward reading her next chapter every Saturday.

Thank you, Ari-san for creating such beautiful story and characters. I can’t wait for your next series.

@alwayshumancomic belongs to @walkingnorth


Always Human is going to be ending next week and I am not emotionally prepared. Expect another drawing soon where I will be in denial and Austen and Sunati will go on forever and ever.

In all honesty, I am incredibly attached to these characters and I needed to draw them for Pride Month. It felt amazing to read such an extraordinarily well-written lgbt couple.

Thank you, @alwayshumancomic