because i wanna try it

anyone else kinda terrified you’ll never be able to hold a job in the future because of your mental illness

thanks for inviting me to the party. if you need me, i’ll be in the corner, drinking & trying not to make eye contact


(forgive my awful handwriting, tiny story in my tags lmao)


some random Feathers Fantasy XV drawings + a smol scene from ch13

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make me chooseanon asked: gabriel & cecily or gideon & sophie (the infernal devices)

“she held his face between her hands as they kissed-he tasted slightly of tea leaves, and his lips were soft and the kiss entirely sweet. Sophie floated in it, in the prism of the moment, feeling safe from all the rest of the world.”

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| send me a choice

jimmy-valmer  asked:

something not specific - a cute kyle doing cute kyle things

i guess these arent specifically cute things but hes always cute so it doesnt rly matter

anonymous asked:

So my mom told me if I keep my job and do well in school she'll get me a cat, for luck could you draw Jasper with a black cat please?

she doesnt want to admit it but she’s actually quite proud of herself that animals are drawn to her lol

also i hope all goes well and you’re able to get your cat!!! they are really a treasure and improve ur life by 1000% 

Okay, fanfic readers, I’m gonna level with you: Why is it so hard to reblog, comment, or message your content creators?

I’m not calling anyone out or anything, I seriously do want to know. It’s a question that’s been bothering me for ages – even before I started this blog! – and now, I just can’t keep it in anymore.

Why is it so much easier to read something that someone has worked hours (or even months) on and just “like” it? And I’ve thought through reasons like, “I don’t know what to say!” or “I don’t wanna bother them!” or “I don’t want fanfic on my blog due to stigma” and those just don’t make any sense. Because 1) you can literally say anything within reason (so long as you aren’t condescending or disrespectful about it); 2) there are nigh-on infinite posts wherein writers insist to readers that nobody is bothering them by being nice because when is a kind word with no malicious intent a bother?; 3) you may not have to reblog, but you could at least message them via chat or on anon.

Clearly, there’s more to it but I just? Don’t? Get it?? There’s plenty of time to read a 10-page long fic but not enough to do more than “like” is what I’ve been noticing not just to me, but to plenty of other extremely talented and patient people. The issue that arises here is that on one hand, people will say, “Just be lucky you have notes” but that’s not fair. That’s practically guilt-tripping. It’s like saying, “Be lucky anyone even so much as glanced in your direction.” You’re telling somebody that they don’t need to be validated for something they felt enough passion to write for, that they should just be lucky anyone saw them at all. A like is a digital equivalent to glancing at somebody at the free samples section, only the free samples are things they’ve worked very hard on and not something manufactured elsewhere by a big company. It’s one – maybe two or even three people – putting their mind, body, eyes, and soul into something and hoping you’ll love it enough to emote.

But sometimes, a little red heart is just a little red heart. How ironic.

What’s wrong with wanting validation? Why do so many people on a site thriving with artistic minds and spirits still seemingly carrying on the social notion that artsy people just “do things for the fun of it” and don’t desire validation or interaction? That they just do things for the whimsy of it all? Maybe some do, but most I know of don’t.

Don’t get me wrong, we love that people so much as give us the time of day. But after a while, it gets really…disheartening. Because it feels like it’s only take with no give. Even unique tags in every reblog are a blessing. I remember some of the names of the blogs who’ve reblogged some of my oldest pieces because they added nice tags expressing their thoughts or feelings. And these are stories from January.

And if that’s what I’m doing as a C-level writer, how are A-levels undergoing the same situation as me doing?

So for that, I ask you and genuinely do hope you answer:

Why is it so easy to “like” something than it is to do other things to let your content creator know you liked what they did?

This is more of a fun prank than ‘illegal’, but I like to think the boys would still try to destroy the local competition around Gravity Falls.

a lil something for the @stanchez-summer-sizzle

i hadnt drawn these 3 together so i had to change that !!

anonymous asked:

So, I read this one fic where Black Hat had retractable teeth like Toothless from How to Train Your Dragn, so he could successfully blow Flug. Flug of course never liked seeing him do it, always grossing him out, which of course was why Black Hat did it. XD

flug cannot be negotiated with no matter how much we try



I totally forgot to tell you guys, but I caught my shiny Bruxish yesterday, it actually went pretty well! (Better than fucking Corsola jfc) Someone suggested Christmas Nightmare and I legit loved that name but obviously it didn’t fit, so I called her Pizza Devil instead :D STILL FITTING

Self care is surrounding yourself with other Shiro fans and getting excited together while ignoring the voltron fandom