evil weasels

Cartoon Cartoons! By drummerboydomo (deviantart)
Cartoon Cartoon Fridays were the best! All your favorite show back to back all night long! When CN actually cared…😕

the signs as cartoon cartoons

aries - powerpuff girls
taurus - the grim adventures of billy and mandy
gemini - hi hi puffy ami yumi show
cancer - sheep in the big city
leo - i am weasel
virgo - dexter’s laboratory
libra - cow and chicken
scorpio - johnny bravo
sagittarius - courage, the cowardly dog
capricorn - codename: kids next door
aquarius - evil con carne
pisces - foster home for imaginary friends

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Parts: 14/?

Pairing: Jamilton

Summary: Alexander Hamilton spent the last decade of his life perfecting Miranda, a musical surrounding the life of Lin-Manuel Miranda, that will be hitting Broadway in just a week. Everything is perfect; or so Alexander thinks. One actor is proving to be a bit of a handful and Alexander can’t figure out how to deal with him.

Warnings: Language

Word Count: 2899

Dedication: @gum-and-chips for her nice comment on the last chapter!

Tags: @trash-sicle, @evil-weasel, @burrn, @moodboardaesthetico, @ass-gardiann, @ahyesfandoms, @chaosdotblog, @just-me-an-asshole, @artisticat98, @fruityfrootloops, @mcvieinmymind, @gum-and-chips, @theluckyjinx2170, @elenarte

A/N: I haven’t received much feedback lately, so comments would be wonderful! :)


The painter spent years perfecting their art. They would paint every day in their studio, applying color to the canvas. They created so many paintings that their house was filled with them. One day they received the chance to put up an exhibition and they agreed. On the day of the exhibition, they came to say a few words and saw just how many people had attended. They began to cry.

The curator asks them why they were crying. “I never expected so many people to love my art,” the artist replied. “It’s like they love it as much as I do.”


“I think he’s dead.”

“Not my mafia man!!”

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Backlight

Parts: 10/?

Pairing: Jamilton

Summary: Alexander Hamilton spent the last decade of his life perfecting Miranda, a musical surrounding the life of Lin-Manuel Miranda, that will be hitting Broadway in just a week. Everything is perfect; or so Alexander thinks. One actor is proving to be a bit of a handful and Alexander can’t figure out how to deal with him.

Warnings: Language

Word Count: 2211

Dedication: @doodlethebarisax for offering me extra motivation

Tags: @trash-sicle, @evil-weasel, @jamiiton, @moodboardaesthetico, @ass-gardiann, @ahyesfandoms, @daviggs, @just-me-an-asshole, @artisticat98, @fruityfrootloops, @neon-ryan, @gum-and-chips, @theluckyjinx2170, @elenarte

A/N: Coffee date, anyone?


The Witch of the East was a terrible witch who everyone knew was terrible. She had done awful things, they said. Unspeakable things. Things that would scare you. If you tried to ask anyone exactly what they did, they couldn’t say. But it was terrible, they could assure you of that. If you asked if there was anything good about her, no one could say a thing. Nobody knew anything.

But she was terrible, they could assure you. The Witch of the East came from a terrible family, after all. And she’d done bad things in the past. Have you met her? She had an awful personality. It proved how horrible she was. Even if no one spoke with her, they all knew what she was like. So the Witch of the East continued to be a terrible witch who everyone knew was terrible.


Alexander sat anxiously in his apartment, checking the time periodically. He had done what George suggested and asked Jefferson if he wanted to come over and get coffee. Alexander had considered going out for coffee but he was worried about them getting into a fight and making a scene like they always seem to do. Sure, going to the store was fine the day before, but they had spent maybe fifteen minutes in one another’s company. If Alexander was going to attempt to get on Jefferson’s good side, they would have to spend hours with one another and frankly…Alexander couldn’t see that going well.

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To @burrn, here is an apology card

we’ve all done a lot of talking, and we, the founding daddy fan club, think that the best way forward is by giving you these fanarts and the card we made. It would mean a lot if you accepted it, I think we all the feel overhanging guilt of leaving things like that

Your friends,

@evil-weasel/a> @tinyplaidninjas @grayscaleeternity @thenameisnym @pixletta and myself (previously whywouldiwantyouonmyblog)

I’d just like to take a moment to talk about the other, other groundbreaking thing Frozen did. No, not “You can’t marry a man you just met.” No, not sister love beating out romantic love. No, not the burning lesbian incestuous subtext.

Frozen is the first Disney movie that isn’t about good versus evil. The Duke is a red herring, but actually so is Hans. He is an evil horrible weaselly little weasel, but he doesn’t drive the main conflict. He’s parasitic. He doesn’t create the central problem, and defeating him doesn’t solve it. The real conflict isn’t between good and evil, it’s between love and fear.

Elsa, Anna, their parents, the trolls: all of them created the crisis, but none of them are villains. This is practically unheard of in any mainstream Hollywood film, let alone one from Disney. And that’s a revolution we should be celebrating.