black and white disappoint

  • James : Nice to meet you I'm James Potter, son of Fleamont and Euphemia, also known as Prongs, chaser in the Gryffindor Quidditch team, Headboy and this is my friend-
  • Sirius *cuts him off*: Sirius Black, but in fact I'm white, huge family disappointment, queen of sass, prettiest bitch around here, good doggo, heartbreaker, Remus Lupin's best girl
  • James : ...
  • Sirius : Yeah and a star was named after me once
  • James : You were named after the star, padfoot
  • Sirius : That's what they want you to believe
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So exboyfriend!Joshua’s voice message plays while Jun looks over old letters from him, and then currentboyfriend!The8 finds the letters???

EDIT (after multiple replays): Jun went to find Joshua in room 1013 and left a note for The8, idek anymore

Art Prints PSA

This is a semi-rant/semi-PSA about prints. There’s a tl;dr at the end:

The other day, I bought a print from an amazing artist online. They’re a primarily grayscale artist and I love their style! It’s quite unique and I was so excited to hang this print up on the inspiration wall. When I opened the print, it was just a laser-copy on 24lb standard copy paper… It looks okay from a distance as it’s in black and white, but up close it’s disappointing. Another example: A year ago in an artist alley I was anxious to buy a print from another great artist. The print I wanted was on display at their booth and it looked really nice! But when I paid and received a copy it had some noticeable lines running through it, with very uneven borders…
I’m happy to support fellow artists, for sure! My office is covered head to toe with art bought straight from the artist online and at cons. But I just had a feeling of getting “ripped off” with the paper quality lately.

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