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Had a bit of a bad day so I spend most of it drawing Jeremy w/ some bright Rimmy Tim colours to cheer myself up 💪 (in a similar style as I did these Matts the other day!)

anonymous asked:

vader tries to take stabby and when he moves to pick it up stabby starts screaming for its dad in binary.

So this is for all of the people (@sassysnowperson and @devilangel657 and the couple of anons) who wanted more Vader/Stabby moments:

“Daddy! Dadddddyyyyy!” wails the droid. Vader holds it at arms length. It’s wheels spin into a hissing, frantic blur. 

“Why are you calling for your father?”

It is a cleaning droid. It has a knife taped to it, and it is rotating, trying to stab his gloves. It is the most pointless thing Vader has ever seen. 

“I want my Dad,” squeals the droid in fluctuating, messy binary. If Vader was feeling fanciful, he would say that it was childish: like the droid was just learning to talk.

Vader is not fanciful. Vader is a stone-cold killer. Vader kills children. This is in his top ten favourite things to do.Vader will obliterate this pointless mewling droid. 

It succeeds in jamming the knife under the join in his armour, but can’t yank it out again. It whirrs in frustration. 

“I want to stab you and I cannot, this is so annoying,” says the droid. 

“Would you like to go somewhere where you can stab all the people you like? I will give you implements so that you might stab with more deficiency.”

The droid deliberates. Then, “Yes, sounds lovely.”

And off they go. 

Cosplay Help Community Drinking Game

- Take a sip for every time someone misspells “Worbla.” Take two if the misspelling is something really out there you haven’t seen before

- Take a sip every time someone suggests using “EVA foam” instead of “craft foam” or vice versa when they clearly don’t know that craft foam is made of EVA foam (acknowledging that they’re the same thing but that “craft foam” is thinner and less dense than something like floor mats doesn’t count here – they have to be acting as if they are two totally different materials).

- Take a sip for every time a post doesn’t have reference pictures. Make your drinks as weak as possible to prevent alcohol poisoning.

- Take a gulp for every “helper” who recommends something that the OP says they can’t or aren’t going to do, or otherwise where the post clearly wasn’t read carefully (or at all).

- Take a sip for every post that is vague about what they want, or that asks something very general (”how do I make this entire costume?”)

- Take a sip for every time fabric names are vague/people don’t know the difference between fiber and finish (”use polyester or satin for that” or “I’d use rayon” type posts) and every time a body paint brand is used to stand in for a particular product or type of paint (”where do I start with body painting?” “Ben Nye is good”)

- Take a sip for every post where no research was done whatsoever. Two if it is a very basic, googleable question with lots of information on the subject. Three if it is especially vague. 

- Take a long, hard drink for any of the following: “I want to make [insert very complicated, master’s level cosplay here] but have never made anything before, where do I start?”; “Where can I buy [basic piece that is easy to find, like plain high heeled shoes or a dress shirt]?”; “I want to cosplay but have no idea who I look like!” (take two if there is no information about what types of series the person is into, what types of costumes they want to do [sewing, armor, character type preferences, etc.], or what their skill level is); “What contacts should I use for this character?” (questions about what a specific pair looks like worn doesn’t count – it has to be a vague “I need blue contacts” kind of a question); “I want to make/buy [insert difficult and expensive costume here] and my budget is [unreasonably low amount]” (take two if they’re looking for a commission, three if they have actually contacted you directly for a commission)

- Take a gulp for every bad piece of advice given. Take two if it is especially atrocious. Take three if the advice is actually dangerous, but only after correcting the person and explaining why it is dangerous.

- Take a small sip for every “helper” who is just repeating what everyone else in the thread has already said. Tiny sips. You may be here a while.

- Finish your drink for every poster who is weirdly combative about taking any sort of advice whatsoever. Go make another drink and take a long, hard drink if they were also extremely vague about what their limitations are. Take another if they do this consistently across all of their posts.

The Ocean is a Friend of Mine Ch. 2


Word Count: 3,674

Chapter Summary: @inkedinserendipity harassed me for four hours straight last night to post this earlier than I intended to

Maui and Moana discuss immortality, and then something really cool happens

(See end of chapter for notes)

“So…” Maui says once he’s aboard the new canoe and sets it on course to Te Fiti. “How does it feel being so close to old Blue there?” He asks, gesturing to the ocean. Moana, currently having no legs, is sitting on the side of the canoe, the bottom of her torso connecting to the sea below.

“It feels great!” Moana says, once again reaching her arms up in a stretch. “I feel so free. I thought just being OUT in the water was freeing enough,” Moana says, pausing to twist her torso around in a circle. “But this is so much better. I don’t have to worry about pain, or hunger, or any of the other responsibilities of being human, you know?” She asks, shooting him a glance, and he smiles and shakes his head. It’s a feeling he knew all too well.

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I lit dont know what I’m going to do when voltron ends and they don’t stay together. Like. The most shipbreaking thing this season was when they talked about what they’d do after they defeat zarkon and it wasn’t “settle down together, help pidge find dad and matt, help keith find out about his lineage, meet Lance and Hunks’ families and get Shiro a dog.” Like they’re planning to go separate ways and I’m like

but guys

what about the power of friendship

anonymous asked:

This partying subtext catches my attention, I think people in general tend to expect that when somebody becomes a parent their partying stops or greatly reduces, even if it's someone with a lot of resources, because parents tend to want to spend most of their time with their newborn and also it can be a very physical and emotionally tiring time so the time for partying reduces if partying is not somebody's job, like party organizer and stuff, and I think people in the gp don't see

Don’t see Louis partying as a job, hell I don’t even think some parts of the fandom see it as a job for him, I mean am sure he’s networking and stuff, I often see antis saying that “just Bc he is a dad doesn’t mean he can’t have fun”, so I don’t think they see it as a job either, which is baffling not only is he spending a lot of time “partying and having fun” away from his son, but most people think that’s how F was conceived, Bc he was partying got drunk and knocked up a girl shock a lot

It’s not that I don’t agree with you, because I do! And I say it as someone who’s used to party quite a lot, so there’s zero judgement form my part (like, please). Of coruse new parents can go out, have fun and everything, but when you’re a celebrity, the first thing your team does when you publicly become a parent is trying to shape your image as a very dedicated, loving, focused new person. Usually it’s just natural and organic that even celebrities calm down a little, at least in the first months, but if they do not, their team carefully take care of it not spreading too much ( unless we consider exceptions/cases where things did get out of hand, like Britney or Colin Farrell).

In cases like this, where the baby is himself presented as the direct consequence of such a behaviour, it’s certainly peculiar that this clubbing thing keeps being there. Not constantly pushed, not always reported with the same intensity, but exactly like a subtext.

On the other hand, I mean…coherence and accuracy have never been these people’s friends and poor Louis doesn’t even get to have his son spend the night (which IS the official narrative), so let’s have him go out and have some fun, at least!