but it is kind of creepy

Hexxus: “We finally made it! Now we can search for that Z-Crystal!”

???Gast: “Why am I even helping y-”

Hexxus: “SEARCH.”

???: “Got it.”

???: “On a scale from 1 to weird, I think your friend Gengar needs to see a therapist.”

Hexxus: “Don’t we all. Now where could that crystal be…”

???: “Maybe in that box that opened on it’s own?”

Hexxus: “…Yeeaaah…”

*Hexxus found the Z-Crystal!*

“Look at that. Isn’t it cool?”

???: “Kind of creepy, if you ask me. Now how are we going to-”

“Didyoujustchuckthevalublestoneoutthewindow.”

Hexxus: “…Maybe.”

Gengar: “…About… time…”

*Gengar was surrounded with it’s Z-Power!*

“Mega Stones are overrated anyway. Time to an Alolan Beatdown.”

Mega-Gengar: “…W-what is this? Some kind of trick? Y-you don’t… you don’t… get those AWAY from me!”

[GENGAR USED NEVER-ENDING NIGHTMARE!]
[IT WAS SUPER EFFECTIVE!]

i’m happy that the good people in the lazytown fandom reblogged my post and shared their positive opinions. steinunn is a beautiful woman and doesn’t deserve ANY type of malicious and/or disrespectful hate towards her.

if you are honestly going to hound on a woman that supports her husband in such a positive light then you don’t need to be in this fandom. your horrible attitude and creepy obsessive nature over an actor from a kid’s show isn’t welcomed.

I hate this. Things like this scare the shit out of me.
Yes a parent should be protective. No they should not STALK their child.
Yes a parent can get upset at a child. No they should not flip out or let their anger make them out of control, or take out their anger on their child.
Yes a parent can lecture and maybe the kid feels like their parent is driving them crazy - but after the last two statements forgive me if I don’t exactly trust these definitions.
A parent should never be their child’s worst nightmare. A pain sometimes, ok, but not a nightmare.
And the idea of a parent “stalking” and “hunting down” their child is horrifying. If you were a good parent, maybe your child would have communicated whereabouts upfront with you already.
And the last statement is the worst. “I will subject you to terror and treat you like my property…. Because I love you!” No one would ever put up with this from a partner, a friend, even a grandparent…. Why is it suddenly okay from a parent?

Fuck toxic parenting.

  • in the beginning: lmao, donald trump?? that creepy oompa loompa guy who runs the casinos and stars in a shitty reality tv show?? this just has to be his newest show
  • during the primaries: haha okay then... uh. this is... this is kind of feeling like it's happening isn't it?? ahaha lol
  • after the primaries: the joke is... the joke is kin d of really old at this point?!?! where is the punchline??
  • towards the end of the last debate: okay, the show is over you two. break it up haha
  • election day: this isn't fucking funny anymore
Actual things I thought while reading Killing Stalking
  • Me: Mmm, that stalker is bad news, lmao I don't know man he's kind of creepy. Need to watch out for that guy, hahaha.
  • Me: Sangwoo is a precious cinnamon roll awww
  • Me: Holy shit, I was wrong.
  • Me: Fuck I was wrong.
  • Me: Burn that fucker with fire RIGHT NOW.
  • Me: You know people normally just have skeletons in their closet but you sir, you don't half ass it do you? Nope, you just HAD to one up everybody and have a FUCKING NAKED HOSTAGE IN THE BASEMENT.
  • Me: I can't fucking read this anymore
  • Me: *still fucking reads*
  • Me: A FUCKING DOORFRAME ARE YOU KIDDING ME??
  • Me: No! Don't kiss him!
  • Me: Okay, at least they're not doing anything sexual.
  • Me: JESUS WHAT DID I JUST SAY!
  • Me: YES HE'S GONE. GO! BE FREE!
  • Me: Fuck.
  • Me: FUUUUUUUUUCCCCCKKKKKK.
  • Me: Yeah he's a stalker you and that's creepy sure but at least he's not a SERIAL KILLER.
  • Me: Well it can't get much worse.
  • Me: IT DID. IT FUCKING DID.
  • Me: DON'T GET TURNED ON BY HIS SCREAMS GODDAMMIT.
  • Me: A fucking card game are you kidding me?
  • Me: Yoonbum you didn't actually kill him okay? Sangwoo was just beING A HUGE DICK.
  • Me: YES! SEUNGBAE WILL SAVE HIM!
  • Me: YES Seungbae!
  • Me: NO SEUNGBAE.
  • Me: Phew, Seungbae.
  • Me: *suspicious crutches look suspicious*
  • Me: Gee a shopping trip sounds like the perfECT TIME TO ESCAPE.
  • Me: *started binge reading at like 2am* Fuck is that the sun?
  • Me: ...........Fuck I'm hooked.

It’s really creepy how many aphobes will go to lengths to upset ace people. Making posts in positivity threads, proudly derailing conversations, acting like anyone problematic is symbolic of the whole ave community.

You have people with whole blogs dedicated to picking on people and making targets of them, often kids.

Like, there is no problem that is solved by this kind of behaviour. You’re not making anything better or safer, you’re not even furthering a conversation. . . It’s just ugly behaviour with zero purpose.

When I went to middle school it got kind of awkward because I didn’t realize my mom was a big sex icon until I got to middle school. Then the boys started coming up to me and saying, “I think your mom is the hottest woman ever.” And at first I went in the corner and cried about it and was like really hurt, but then I came back at them. When they said it again the next day I was like, “Yea, me too.” And then they thought I was as creepy as they were.

I need to tell you guys about the time I was almost swept off to another dimension on a ghost train or something

Because honestly it was… a really weird experience tbh

So a few years ago a friend and I were in Belfast, and it was getting towards evening time in the winter so it was already pitch black but still kind of crowded from the Christmas rush. We headed to the train station to get a train home and these trains were fairly regular, like about every thirty minutes or so which is pretty regular for that country, trust me. The trains varied from the newer, nicer ones to the ones that probably hadn’t been updated since the seventies, but they were all relatively decent and no cause for concern. 

Or so we thought. We caught our train at the usual platform, but no sooner had we got on did we realise something was kind of off. This train was old, and kind of shabby looking. We made a few jokes and sat down anyway, figuring it was one of the older trains that we’d just never seen before, and things passed relatively normally. The train pulled out of the station, and it was only as we were picking up speed that we realised we were the only ones in the carriage. This was highly unusual, because it was still peak time for people starting to head back, and it being so close to Christmas, the train should have been packed. We couldn’t have got on an out of service trains, because they wouldn’t go to a passenger platform if they weren’t taking passengers, and with all the other trains needing platforms there would be no room for them. They would go to a separate part of the tracks out of the way. We were completely stumped.

We put it down to just weird timing and figured the other carriages probably had people in them, and tried to relax. The train was sort of rickety and unusually loud, and it didn’t exactly sound like what you would expect from a train. I don’t know how to describe it, but there was a kind of odd, distorted quality to the sound of the wheels on the track; it was sort of muffled but also louder than usual at the same time? Kind of like when you have a dream and wake up still hearing the sound from it, and it sounds both quiet because it’s fading from your ears but loud at the same time because it’s in your head. That’s really the only way I can describe it.

We quickly noticed something else that was weird. Several minutes passed, and we didn’t stop at the usual stop. We didn’t even go past it. Several more minutes passed and we absolutely should have stopped at at least two stops. There was nothing, and there was no train guard to check tickets, either. By now, we’re really freaked out. We’re passing through places we recognise, proving we’re on the right route, but we’re not going through any of the right stops and the train isn’t slowing. This probably went on for a good six or seven minutes, even though we should have been out of Belfast by that time. Finally, the train started to slow, and pulled into the first station it should have stopped at, only minutes after leaving the original station. By this point we’re so freaked out that we know we’re getting off the train, so we stand and go and wait by the doors.

The train stops, and the platform outside is empty – again, very unusual for this time. The doors thankfully open and me and my friend hurry out onto the platform, and almost immediately after our feet touch the platform, the train pulls away. No one else got off the train, and as it passes, we see there’s absolutely no one else on the train. No passengers, no guards. The driver would have been at the front so we didn’t get to see if anyone was there or not, but the train was completely empty. We watched it go along the track a short distance, and then the lights simply vanished even though there was nothing there to obstruct them. No trains on other tracks, no tunnels, no curves. That part of the track has great visibility, but the lights just vanished into midair.

We look at one another, and then suddenly we realise we can hear noise, and the platform behind us is packed with people. We just jumped on the next train with a crowd of other people and tried not to think too much about what would have happened if we’d stayed on that first train.

To be, or not to be...

Something else interesting to note about Sherlock and Molly, and who they ‘pretend’ to be in the real world:

Sherlock only likes himself when he’s something he’s not.  When he’s dressed up in his detective identity.  He hates himself, or is terribly uncomfortable, as anything else.

Molly is only not herself one time in the series, during the Christmas episode.  She dressed up in a ‘costume’, to try and be something she really wasn’t.  It’s the only time we see her look completely and utterly uncomfortable.

In TEH, when Sherlock shyly asks Molly to come and participate in a case with him, she asks him what John usually does.  By this point, Sherlock knows Molly.  He remembers the last time she was at 221B, trying so hard to be someone she wasn’t, for him.  This time, he makes sure she knows all he wants is for her to be herself. “You’re not being John, you’re being yourself.”

Molly is only comfortable when she’s herself.  Something I think Sherlock admires greatly about her.

Sherlock is never comfortable, never okay when he’s himself…except when he’s with Molly.

Sherlock trusting Molly enough to be himself with her is in itself a kind of love. It’s not an everyday romantic kind of love, but I think for Molly, it’s worth far more than any dinner date or night at the pub.  To her, it’s pure diamonds.

Something just occurred to me.

There’s this pair of stock villains who show up in all sorts of media. One’s dapper and loquacious; the other’s hulking and taciturn; both are well-dressed, well-spoken, and Classier Than You. They often smile, but rarely laugh, and their mannerisms would probably come off as kind of dorky if they weren’t creepy as hell. You know the type.

The thing that occurred to me is that I’ve literally never seen a pair of ladies in that role. Just about every other villainous archetype I can bring to mind, I can think of examples of media - admittedly not many examples, in a lot of cases - that’ve cast a lady in that role, but not that one.

I can’t help but feel that we’re missing out.

Slowly realizing that Bill was less “immortal eldritch chessmaster” and more “petulant child” over the course of the series was a little disappointing, but also kind of hilarious.

What is it with hideously grotesque puppets?! The concept of a floppy, articulated humanoid dancing around on some strings or worn like a glove is kinda unsettling to begin with… why the hell would you also make them utterly revolting to look at?

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My ML art book came in yesterday, so I decided to play with some of Chat Noir’s early designs because some of them are super neat!

I personally love the idea of his hair being black-tipped and shaped like cat ears and kind of wish that detail had made it to the show. The creepy, soulless looking eyes? Not so much…

(I still adore that beanie.)

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  • what she says: I'm fine
  • what she means: Can we apretiate how the dark personas went full circle?! Dark was created first, by fans creating a character based on Marks spooky skits and livestream intros. When Jack started gaining a following many Markiplier fans started moving to Jack or adding him to their faves. As there was so many people from the Markiplier fanbase they wanted a spooky character for Jack as well and getting inspred by Jacks own creepy moments created Anti. Jack then went ahead and made a new kind of fanservice, that is working a fan character into his videos, creating an incredible fan event. This sparked even more buzz in the Anti-dark fanbase and defienetly inspired Mark to do something unironical with that character, thus making official Dark in his videos.