family adventure day!


A bit late now but here’s something for the Mystery Twins’ birthday! It also happens to coincide with my country’s Independence Day hahahaha

This is Stan’s newest sweater:

Maybe it’s the first time the Pines family is reunited back at the Shack since that summer (dodgy video calls on an adventure ship can only do so much).

For Day 4 of @tazladyweek, Canon Divergence. Don’t get me wrong, I love NO3113 as a member of Team Sweet Flips, but I really want her to be able to go home and chill with her family as well, maybe have some fun being an auntie?

7 Web Series for the Literary Lover

It'a National Book Lover’s Day and what better way to celebrate than with a few literary web series? While there are a ton of amazing web series out there both literary and non-literary, we’ve selected some fan favorites and some you may not have heard of!

1. All For One - If the original musketeers were queer and female, All For One is what you’d get. Set in modern day unversity, this adaptation of The Three Musketeers features a fierce cast and mind blowing story to tell.

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2. Carmilla - Perhaps the original Le Fanu novella is less well known but the web series sure as hell isn’t! Carmilla features a broody lesbian vampire, a non-binary character (LaFhooray!), lots of mysteries to solve, a determined detective far too curious for her own good and more!

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3. In Earnest - Oscar Wilde’s play The Importance of Being Earnest comes to life in this modern day web series featuring a similar storytelling style that Wilde often used. The series takes old Victorian values and fits them into today’s modern culture. It features themes of romance, friendships and all that good stuff.

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4. The Lizzie Bennet Diaries - Quite possibly the catalyst in the literary web series space, this modern re-telling of Pride and Prejudice really took the internet by storm earning them global recognition and becoming the first digital series to win an Emmy!

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5. The March Family Letters - Louisa May Alcott’s classic book Little Women comes to life in this modern day web series following the March sisters as they capture their days via video to send to their beloved Marmie who’s away on deployment. There’s lots of laughs and cries to be had with the series that you won’t want to miss.

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6. The Misselthwaite Archives - This modern adaptation of The Secret Garden follows Mary Lennox who moves to her uncle’s large and lonely estate after the death of her parents. She hates everything about her new home but after discovering the hidden glade where her aunt passed away years ago things start to get interesting!

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7. The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy - With season three of this epic web series, The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy is perfect for any lost boy (or girl!) who loved Peter Pan as a child. We get to follow pretty immature Peter as he sets off to finally becoming an adult and dealing with all the drama that comes with it, including getting his best friend Wendy to fall in love with him.

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Have other literary web series to share with us? Sends us a tweet @netTVnow and share some of your favorites with us!

And as an added bonus…The Slutty Book Club! Check out their no-filter reviews on books in an array of literary sections from fiction to Kim Kardashian’s selfie book you’ll give yourself all the laughs!


((Happy Mother’s Day to the women who do their best to watch out for and protect us, be they biological moms/aunts/grandmothers, stepmoms, surrogate/adoptive moms, older friends who are more of a big sister, etc. 

Feel free to reblog this with your URL if you’re a JJBA mom blog– let’s make a little unofficial mom club!))

Son Family Week: 5.10 - Goten Day - Adventure

Every place he had ever been in, in any part of the world, is a place where he found something new, did something great and experienced something amazing. Every new day is full of opportunities. Adventures awaits you everywhere. What is there, beyond the horizon? Dont’cha wanna see it yourself? All you need to do is just make a first step. 

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Missing Pieces - Chapter 1 - Weevilo707 - The Adventure Zone (Podcast) [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works

Chapters: 1/3
Fandom: The Adventure Zone (Podcast)
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Barry Bluejeans/Lup, Barry Bluejeans & Taako, Lup & Taako (The Adventure Zone)
Characters: Taako (The Adventure Zone), Lup (The Adventure Zone), Barry Bluejeans, IPRE Crew
Additional Tags: Temporary Character Death, Angst, Episode: e060-066 The Stolen Century Parts 1-7, Grieving, Angst with a Happy Ending, a look at cycles where each one of the trio loses the other two

The cycles where only two of them died were always the worst.

started writing an angsty stolen century fic about everyone’s favorite magic family 

Digimon 30 Day Challenge #20

20: A moment that made you sad.

The scene in Episode 39 of Adventure when the Ishida/Takaishi family is reunited. Everyone’s reactions are just incredibly realistic and make the situation heartbreaking:

  • Poor innocent Takeru being so happy while everyone else is sad
  • Yamato and Natsuko being incredibly awkward around each other
  • Hiroaki admitting that he and his ex-wife did “selfish” things
  • Natsuko crying due to worry and guilt.

I constantly see people complaining that Yamato’s reaction to his parents’ divorce is exaggerated. He’s a “jerk” or an “emo” for being so traumatised/bitter/depressed because of it, and this whole “divorce” storyline just serves to inject unnecessary melodrama into the story. 

However, I think the true impact of Hiroaki and Natsuko’s divorce can only be understood if you keep in mind how divorce works in Japan. Once you do, it becomes clear that Hiroaki and Natsuko are actually loving parents and not completely “selfish” people for separating the boys. It also explains why Yamato (and Takeru) were so deeply affected by the divorce.

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but can we talk about how he gave him his match worn jersey from his first PL goal!!!!

let me set it up for you. this was not some publicity visit arranged by the spurs PR team. this was not some carefully crafted moment set with a boom mic and proper lighting. this was a family desperate to make their sick son’s dreams come true reaching out to dele’s family. this was doubt that the busy footballer would actually take the time to stop in on his day off between travelling back to England after a taxing cl game and other obligations already arranged for that day.

this was dele looking in his wardrobe that morning and wondering what he could possibly bring to someone so young and so sick other than his own presence (as if that wouldn’t have made it everything anyway!), and seeing something he’s cherished for over a year and probably would have for the rest of his life. something priceless to him. did he even hesitate?

2 days. 2 days between little Tony’s parents reaching Dele’s and Dele showing up next to his hospital bed and spending a few hours playing FIFA and leaving behind something of sentimental value to both of them, and not just the memories.