hey remember in tp when midna put her hand on zelda’s cheek and everyone on tumblr completely ignored that scene, as well as every other interaction the princesses had together despite the fact that they were all heartfelt and deep?? me too
Green Day, Blink-182, All Time Low, Fall Out Boy, Paramore, My Chemical Romance, and Panic! At the Disco:the pop punk seniors that everyone loves (and tbh, kinda tries to emulate)
Twenty One Pilots, Pierce The Veil, Tonight Alive, Set It Off, As It Is, Halsey, and PVRIS:the pop punk juniors that are really up and coming and getting more and more popular everyday
Neck Deep, The Story So Far, State Champs, and We Are The In Crowd:the angsty and rebellious pop punk sophomores that aren't super well known by the mainstream, but are still gaining status quickly
All of the more underground bands that not that many people know about (pretty much any band not listed above):the pop punk freshmen that are new to the scene, but still very intriguing to everyone
5sos:those fucking annoying ass teeny bopper middle schoolers that always try to hang out with you and your squad because you're friends with their sister; they try wayyyyyyy too hard to fit in with you and your friends; they're uneducated and ignorant as fuck about social justice issues and things that actually matter and they always say the most terrible things; they have no idea how the world works at all; then when they get called out they cry uncontrollably and just like that sobbing girl from Mean Girls, they don't even go here…
***this can also apply to the age/grade level of the bands' fans
One of my favorite scary stories is H.P. Lovecraft’s “A Shadow Over Innsmouth,” which is about a prissy youngster who goes antiquing in a town populated by (spolier!) fish people. It’s chock full of dreadful buildup, and so I’ve been meaning to do some character sketches for it for some time. Here are a few, including the narrator, the priest from the Esoteric Order of Dagon, alcoholoic nonagenarian Zadock Allen, the young grocery store manager, bus driver Joe Sargent, and a bunch of Innsmouth residents and Deep Ones (as the full-blown fish folk are called). I also did a big Dagon, from the short story of the same name, whom I’ve heard described as a Deep One old enough to have grown to a massive size. For scale, he should be about double the size as he’s depicted here, but I wanted him to fit, y'know.