blackdragon-sama  asked:

asking the boys.... do you LIKE working at the casino? Or is it a thing of necessity?

I think that’d depend on the turtle you ask.

Mikey really gets a kick out of the job. He’s well liked (at least by customers) and uses his natural charm and showmanship to his full advantage. Even if they weren’t forced to work there (so to speak), he’d probably continue working there of his own volition.

Raph on the other hand isn’t fond of it. There are definitely aspects of the job he likes, but all in all it’s a bit too embarrassing for him. Makes him more self-conscious than he’d ever admit. At this moment in time I’d say if he had a chance to quit with no familial consequences he’d fucking bolt.

I don’t feel right answering for Don and Leo, at least not in depth. I’ll leave that for @garnetshell should she choose to/finds the time to respond to this as well.

However if I had to guess in simple terms (just my take, not a confirmation): I’d say Donnie is fine with it, and Leo’s guilt would be a contributing factor to him not enjoying the job (but I’m not sure how much he does/doesn’t).



Well that sucks.

Either way, i’m FINALLY GOING TO SHOW MY OLD (Some older than others) TRADITIONAL ART!


Art listed in order;

1 – Art I made for @v0idless when they had first created their ECHO animation… And it’s only just now getting to them!…  If they see it that is >->  This is my oldest piece of art i’m showing today.

2 – Graphite, who is Ink and Undertale Sans’ child.  ((Headcanon, not canon Ink/Sans))

3-4 – A page of just a ton of AUs.  Each AU will be credited (To my best ability) down below.  This piece is my most recent out of all of them.

5 – Blue ink, a ship of…  Well, Blueberry and Ink sans.  If you don’t like the ship, then ignore it.

6 – Geno Sans.  And no, not Geno Sans by @loverofpiggies, i’m talking about Geno and Sans.  Geno from SMRPG…  ((I’m so alone in the SMRPG fandom…))

7 – GENO…  FIGHTING GENO!!!…  I dunno man, i think Geno’s gonna win…  This piece was purely made upon the impulse reaction of learning that they’re both called the same thing.  so that’s nice.

(Please tell me who certain artists are if you know cause I’m clueless.)

UNDERTALE by Toby Fox, © 2015


Ink!Sans by @comyet (AKA @myebi)

Error!Sans by @loverofpiggies

Geno!Sans by @loverofpiggies

Lust!Sans by @nsfwshamecave (NSFW Blog)

Flowerfell by Sanei

Underfell Belongs to the AU community

Ganz by @golzy

Reaper!Sans by @renrink

Raven!Sans by N/A

Original Gaster!Sans by @borubou (correct me if i’m wrong)

Echotale Variant of Gaster!Sans by @yoralim

Horror!Sans by Sour-Apple-Studios (DA)

Dream!Sans by @jokublog

Nightmare!Sans by @jokublog

(Flowey) Possessed!Sans belongs to the AU community

Outer!Sans by @outertale

Cat!Sans belongs to the AU community

Shardian!Sans by BlackDragon-Studios (DA)

Mafia!Sans by N/A

Abyss!Sans by Meta-Kaz (DA)

Reborn!Sans belongs to @reborntale (NSFW Blog)

Swap!Sans by @popcornpr1nce (Occasional NSFW)

Nega!Sans by N/A

Silk!Sans by N/A

Draky!Sans by Zenoo001 (DA)

GasterBlaster!Sans belongs to the AU community

Sugar!Sans is co-owned by two artists.  @sugartalesans and @alainaprana.

Melon!Sans by @missladytale

SMRPG-Geno!Sans by @two-angsty-fells

Graphite by @two-angsty-fells

Ghrian!Sans by @ghriantale (AKA @two-angsty-fells)

Watch on

Mutant Apocalypse Trailer - TMNT Nick 2017

Soooo i know im not the first to see this buuuuut OH MY GAWD

Guys talk talk give me your thoughts what do you guys think 

@blackdragon-sama I want to know your thoughts too, @seigakusan etc come on guys

“Ear Perk” Book Tag

What are the book subjects that instantly grab your interest? That you are always on the lookout for? That make you have to add that book to your tbr even though you know nothing else about it? The ear perk book tag (I borrowed the term from @thelibraryofmars :) ) is a tag game about those subjects we keep coming back to. List as many subjects, themes, or tropes as you want and your best recommendations for each, then tag your friends. If you want, you can even include short stories, films, or other media. If you have a good recommendation that fits someone’s ear perk subject, feel free to reblog their post with your suggestion for them! Be sure to tag with #earperkbooktag and/or tag me, @rat-librarian

Evil Enchanted Forests 

  • The Thickety series by J.A. White
  • Uprooted by Naomi Novik
  • The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black

Dragons and Dragon Slayers

  • The Hero and The Crown by Robin McKinley 

Fairy Tales, Folklore, and Mythological Retellings (even better if they’re short stories)

  • Through the Woods by Emily Carrol (graphic novel)
  • The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater
  • Rags and Bones by Melissa Marr and Tim Pratt (short story collection)
  • Deerskin by Robin McKinley
  • The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale
  • The Bloody Chamber and Other Stories by Angela Carter (short story collection)
  • The Magician Trilogy by Jenny Nimmo
  • Fifteen Painted Cards from a Vampire Tarot by Neil Gaiman (short story)
  • Chivalry by Neil Gaiman (short story)
  • The White Road by Neil Gaiman (short story) 
  • The Smile on the Face by Nalo Hopkinson (short story)
  • Snow, Glass, Apples by Neil Gaiman (short story) 

Intelligent Animals

  • Watership Down by Richard Adams
  • The Plague Dogs by Richard Adams
  • The Tale of Desperaux by Kate DiCamillo 
  • Redwall by Brian Jacques 
  • Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White

“Down the Rabbit Hole” Stories (especially middle grade)

  • Coraline by Neil Gaiman
  • The Spindlers by Lauren Oliver
  • UnLunDun by China Mieville 
  • The May Bird series by Jodi Lynn Anderson
  • The Gregor the Overlander series by Suzanne Collins

I’m tagging everyone who liked or commented on the original post. No pressure to do this if you don’t want to! :) @thelibraryofmars @daughterofbooksandmonsters @lmartinezwrites @littlebitdodgy @oldshrewsburyian @booksandberries @arienetteandthewolves @the-insurrectionist @freckles-and-books @psychosynchrony @pieplease (sorry i forgot your book blog url but feel free to do it from there!) @gracebabcockwrites @femaledemigod

Terrifying Sea Creatures

Have you ever wondered why we know more about the moon than we do about our planet’s deep seas? Wonder no more, it is because we want to avoid these terrifying deep sea creatures! 

Sloane’s viperfish (Chauliodus sloani) - it may not reach beyond a foot in length but its fangs are a force of nature, they are half the size of its own head and can impale any prey that swim too close. 

The Pacific blackdragon (Idiacanthus antrostomus) have photophores that can produce light and researchers believe that the luminous tip on the barbel acts as a fishing lure to attract the attention of their prey. 

Fanfin anglerfish (Caulophryne pelagica) are as terrifying as you can get in the deep sea. The males are one tenth the size of the females and after larval and adolescent free-living stages spend the rest of their lives parasitically attached to a female!

Black swallowers (Chiasmodon niger) are appropriately named - they can consume prey as much as ten times larger then themselves, which as the picture shows doesn’t always go to plan. Fortunately they do not grow much more than 10 inches in length.

Temperate snaggletooth (Astronesthes psychrolutes) is a species of fish that lacks scales and has a luminous red chin appendage that it uses to lure prey. 

The Colossal squid (Mesonychoteuthis hamiltoni) is believed to be the largest squid species in terms of mass found in our oceans. They are one of our planet’s most elusive species and it is thought that ancient sightings of the squid gave rise to tales of the legendary Kraken. 

The Japanese spider crab (Macrocheira kaempferi) is a species of marine crab that lives off the cost of Japan and incredibly its leg span can reach up to 12 feet in length and it can weigh just shy of 20 kg. 

Polychaetes or bristles worms are a very common and diverse class of worms with over 10,000 species described so far. They can be ferocious predators and include perhaps the most disturbing and scary species in our oceans - the Bobbit worm (Eunice aphroditois) pictured below, which can punch a hole straight through a fish with its jaws and grow to 10 feet in length. 

Bone eating snot flower’s (Osedax mucofloris) are one of the most intriguingly named species found on our planet - they feed off the bones of whale carcasses on the sea floor. Lovely. 


Some  neat fishes from the California Current.

1. Aristostomias scintillans, Shiny loosejaw 

2. Chauliodus macouni, Viperfish

3. Idiacanthus antrostomus, Pacific blackdragon

4. Anoplogaster cornuta, Fangtooth

5. Benthebella dentata, Pearleye

6. Macropinna microstoma, Barreleye

7. Anglerfish, species unknown

8. Nemichthys scolopaceus, Snipe eel

9. Bathophilus flemingi, Highfin dragonfish

10. Stomias atriventer, Black-belly dragonfish