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Riverdale Asks

Archie Andrews: What are you most passionate about?

Betty Cooper: What stresses you out most?

Veronica Lodge: What has been your biggest growing experience in life so far?

Jughead Jones: Pick a quote that speaks to you and explain why. Or, let it speak for itself.

Hermione Lodge: What do you love most about your hometown?

Cheryl Blossom: What makes you feel most confident?

Josie and the Pussycats: Favorite song right now?

Alice Cooper: Biggest ambition in life?

Fred Andrews: What’s the kindest thing anyone has ever done for you?

Kevin Keller: Describe your best friend

Reggie Mantle: Do you or have you ever played a sport?

Jason Blossom: If you only had one day left to live, how would you spend it?

FP Jones: What is your greatest vice?

Polly Cooper: Did you ever experience a rebellious teenage phase?

Joaquin: What’s one thing most people don’t know about you?

Pop’s Chocklit Shoppe: Where do you feel most at home?

The Blue & Gold: What’s something you’ve done that you’re proud of?

Maple Syrup: Give one peculiar fun fact about yourself

Riverdale Vixens: Would you consider yourself outgoing?

Sweetwater River: Where is the most memorable place you’ve traveled? 

Letterman Jacket: What clique did you best fit into in school?

Pearls: What is a gift you have been given that you consider special?

Ponytail: How organized are you?

Crown Beanie: What is the one thing you couldn’t live without?

The Drive-In: Favorite movie?

Southside Serpents: Tell a story about a time you broke the rules


Ended up drawing mostly Twin Peaks for inktober after all, gotta split the post into two, but here’s a bunch of the daily draws👍

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Just FYI.

I have over 5000 of you from the Riverdale fandom and I’m going say something now that EVERYONE needs to hear.

1. Sending Hate to another blog for ANY reason is WRONG! I don’t care if you do on Anon or not. You made someone else feel like shit and that’s NOT okay.

2. If you don’t like a blogger, FUCKING UNFOLLOW THEM! Saves everyone the trouble.

3. Telling someone to kill themselves is NEVER NEVER NEVER NEVER okay!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don’t what fucking reason you think is reasonable for you to say that, it’s not okay. How would you feel if you were already suicidal and got those messages? Would you want to be reasonable for a HUMAN killing them selves. Would you be willing to sleep at night knowing someone lost a son/daughter, sister/brother, loved one, etc?

4. Ships. I don’t care who you ship. But it is NOT a reason to hate someone. I have plenty of beautiful bloggers that I love who ship different people than I do. You can be a decent fucking human too.

5. Please Spread some Love. I love this Fandom with all my heart and I love all of you. After everything happening in this world, negativity is NOT something that we need. Plus People, we are not even to season 2. Chill and have fun.

6. If a Blogger doesn’t upload on a certain day that they said they would, OH FUCKING WELL. We all have lives outside Tumblr. And It takes forever to writing good fics. Instead of demanding where the fic is, ask the blogger how they are doing or if they are okay.

7. Remember I love you. Especially You. And I am ALWAYS here for you. No matter the problem or if you are just having a shitty day. I. Am. Here. And so are the people who love you. Never be afraid to speak to me.

That’s all I have to say for right now, but feel free to message me.


Why Don’t You Ask Her

A/N: Three months later and this is finally being posted. I don’t know if it’s actually been three months, but the point was that it’s been a long ass time. Sorry to whoever requested this btw.
I feel like the ending uses names too much, but like the same pronouns can get confusing okay? 
Never the less, I hope y’all like it.

Pairing: Jughead x Fem!Reader

Words: 2,838 

Warnings: swearing, angst (lmao this became way more angsty than i had intended it to be), and that’s all I can think of

Request: (From the dialogue list) 16 with Jughead please. Like the reader feels like she isn’t good enough because Jughead is always writing and hanging out with Betty or something!

16. “You make me feel like I’m not good enough.”

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@muirin007 SURPRISE!!!

I drew this for you because you’ve been an inspiration to me for so many years and without you, I don’t know where I’d be art-wise. Not to mention, you’re the reason I’ve read Wuthering Heights and become a huge Kate Bush fan. ^^; Thank you so much for blessing us with your amazing art and fantastic sense of humor. I hope you have a wonderful birthday!!!

Also, thank you to @wolfgangamaderik for inspiring this drawing!

sweenybelle  asked:

I was just wondering how would cooper and penny feel about new pennywise. Would they see them as an uncle? Your pennywise x creeper x pennywise post got me thinking about it. Also I really love your art and blog your really talented!

Cooper would see new Pennwisey as an aunt/uncle, while Penny sees new Pennywise as an extra mom/parent.

Aw thank you <3

platypus-quacks-too  asked:

Here a prompt: 84. It's a bit odd but I think it can be fun ;)

Hi, thank you for this prompt! This is possibly the strangest prompt I’ve ever received, but I decided to write it as a Shamy with Halley fic. As always leave me a review to tell me what you think!

It had been half an hour since Amy said she would arrive home but there Sheldon sat, alone on the sofa in 4B waiting to start a date night. It was unlike Amy to be tardy so Sheldon decided to call her and ask what was keeping her. Just as he reached into his pocket to retrieve his phone, he heard Amy’s voice outside the front door. Sheldon rose to open it, but paused when he heard her talking in an unnaturally shrill pitch.
Cautiously, Sheldon opened the door to find the last thing he expected - Amy carrying a toddler on her hip.
“Amy!” He whined, “What’s going on? I thought tonight was date night”
“It was, but Howard popped into my lab as I was leaving and asked if I could pick Halley up while he and Bernadette go for a baby scan. He said they would only be an hour or so, so we can still have a date night once this little one goes back home” Amy cooed, eyes fixated on the little girl in her arms.
“Very well” Sheldon surrendered as he opened the door wider for the girls to enter the apartment. He had mostly learnt not to argue with Amy when she wanted something.
“Okay little one” Amy started as she put Halley and her changing bag down on the teal sofa, “what do you want to do? Are you thirsty?” Halley just looked up and smiling and babbling.
“Remember she’s not our child, I doubt she can even form coherent words yet” Sheldon piped up from the kitchen, causing Amy to roll her eyes. Amy began to search through Halley’s bag and quickly realised it contained nothing that would entertain the small child.
“Sheldon there aren’t any toys in here” she informed him. Instead of being awkward like he naturally is, Sheldon offered a solution:
“I have a paint set in the closet that I bought as my nephew’s Christmas present, but I’ve got plenty of time to buy him another set”
“How does that sound?” Amy asked Halley enthusiastically. The little girl waved her arms around and began to squeal.
Sheldon didn’t know how it happened, but he had gone from peacefully waiting for date night to trying to control a paint-covered toddler in less than an hour. Amy on the other hand was in her element. She had spent the evening watching her fiancé interacting with the toddler - a glorious glimpse into her future, providing Halley hadn’t put Sheldon off of children for life. Amy had gone to the kitchen to prepare some snacks, and continued to watch the strangers bond with each other. Suddenly, despite Sheldon’s best efforts, Halley flung her loaded paintbrush into her hair and began to cry.
“Oh no, sshh don’t cry” Sheldon soothed. Amy returned to the makeshift art studio and also tried to calm her down.
After Halley’s initial shock had passed, Sheldon tried to get through to the toddler. “That’s it, just relax, I’ll wash your hair for you”
“You will?!” Amy asked in disbelief.
“Yes, I’m not having a one year old running around our apartment with hair full of paint” Sheldon sneakily left out the fact that he actually enjoyed Halley’s company more than he had expected. With this, he picked the little girl up in one swift move and carried her to the bathroom as he began to explain the meaning of the lighting bolt plastered on his chest.
“I’ll be there in a minute” Amy called, still swooning over the prospect of Sheldon as a father.


There’s nothing about markets that necessitate private ownership (autocratic ownership) over the means of production. Nothing. Right-libertarians love to praise the (free) market in all its glory, and then in the next breath they’ll praise owners of property and capital as the life blood of markets. 

Now, I have mixed opinions on markets (necessities should be democratized to serve communities, but I suppose there are sound arguments in favor of putting non-essentials into a marketplace), but I also recognize that markets and capitalism are two separate things – the former is a means of allocation and the latter is a socio-political-economic organizational mode; the former can be found in a variety of systems and the latter is a particular system that subordinates labor to capital and involves that autocratic management style at the helm. 

Mutualism is a leftist setup that utilizes markets for allocation, but it ditches the private/autocratic control of capitalism by structuring institutions cooperatively. By extension, it does away with absentee ownership and rent, exploitative functions of class society that thrive under capitalism. Think about it – what do landlords, CEOs, rent, and hierarchical surplus appropriation have to do with markets? Again, nothing – neoliberals/right-libertarians already have their reactionary focus set upon the inherent class stratifications of capitalism and the market rhetoric is merely the “freedom-oriented" superstructural justification for it all.

Capitalism itself can even be non-market-oriented. State capitalism (basically what everyone and their grandmother, including cappies themselves, think socialism is) is a variant that replaces private owners with state officials and the system as a whole can function with a market or with government-planning, but both systems are still capitalism because there is still an owner of capital sitting at the top of a pyramid milking workers of surplus and autocratically deciding what to do with that surplus (unless the state puts the surplus towards things that the people democratically decide need attention, but that doesn’t ultimately change the organizational class structure); labor is still subordinated to capital.

All of this is a really important distinction too, because it highlights the farcical fetishization of markets as a cover for something deeper. A market economy within the capitalist mode of production exacerbates inequality because it requires that workers sell their labor like any other commodity to a capitalist buyer, and I think that many reactionaries know and understand this well. Class inequality, a societal “obligation of deference and command”, is, as I argued in a post a couple days ago about Hans-Hermann Hoppe, the foundation of rightist ideology; there are a variety of ways in which this desire for a vertical social order is expressed, and I fundamentally believe that cultural focus on “markets” and “freedom” is our epoch’s way of dodging the inequality question. Because, ultimately, it is in poor taste these days to come right out and say that there is a “natural order” of elite and tenant, so shifting the attention onto “liberty” and installing a “private property is not government and not government is freedom” mindset into people becomes a powerful mechanism for the ruling class to maintain dominance.

If you are a right-libertarian who genuinely believes that markets uphold freedom, but have no personal attachments towards the superfluous hierarchy of class stratification we have in our present market economy (and maybe even wish to see it remedied), then I would strongly recommend checking out mutualism and even Center for a Stateless Society’s “market anarchism”. Both acknowledge that private property – the autocratic management of socially-operated production and activities – is a deviation from legitimate individualism, and they advocate societies where workers run self-managed enterprises in a market economy.

Furthermore, because a setup like this breeds a flatter society, you’re less likely to wind up with cronyism or “corporatism”; you may argue that corporatism and state intervention are deviations from genuine principles of capitalism, but you must understand that the inherent class nature of capitalism inevitably leads to a ruling class that owns the means of production and has the ability to mold government policy to its own benefit because of that societal power – “pure capitalism” generates the conditions for “corporate capitalism” to always take root, in other words. Cooperative structures, ones that don’t have a naturally self-interested owner at the top looking to bend market laws for their benefit and pay off politicians, are much less likely to generate chasms of wealth and power inequality, and in effect you wind up with a freer and more fulfilled population of people.


wait……. what was the point of that one episode of drama? i mean there was literally no consequence to it and if you’re going to try convincing me that the race wouldn’t have happened that’s bullshit bc lbr, betty would have 100% gone to fp with jug. also, does she know that jug and toni kissed? i’m assuming she does since he was like “it was all fine” and stuff. i mean, don’t get me wrong, i’m ecstatic that they’re together again but seriously? was it like the black hood had to truly break betty for betty to rise up against him or did she finally realise he’s the worst serial killer ever. seriously what was the point of bughead breaking up i’m so confused.


Okay, another prompt is here! Sorry for not updating sooner, it’s a long fic once again lol! It is sad, angsty (I was listening to a lot of Placebo while writing so yeah) and it turns hot and heavy close to the end but then some fluff concludes it; basically it has it all! :P
Warning for mentions of violence, mild language and sexual themes. I hope you like it darlings and you don’t mind that I combined your awesome prompt ideas! Thank you so much for requesting! And to the rest of you, enjoy! <3

A small summary to tie the three prompts together: After an abrupt break up, Betty is left broken and confused by Jughead’s sudden behavior. Once finding out that he had joined the infamous gang of their small town, the Southside Serpents, Betty sets her mind to sneak into their lair with the only way she knows best. Along with the help of a sudden ally that she comes across on the way, they vow to save Jughead’s soul at all costs. 

(The long dialog in italics is a flashback)

Stars hide your fires;

Let not light see my black and deep desires.

The eye wink at the hand, yet let that be

Which the eye fears, when it is done, to see…

The black velvet of yet another eerie night had spread over the small town of Riverdale, the otherwise picturesque scenery of the alight sky now fearful and pitch black, an ominous sign and a bloodcurdling setting. It coordinated with her jet leather attire, her raven hair and the ghastly temperament that oozed from the cold-blooded sound of heels against dirty and wet asphalt. “Stars hide your fires; Let not light see my black and deep desires…” Every click of stiletto punctuated each word her mind whispered on a loop to the depths of her subconscious, green eyes shining deadly through the darkness, like those of a wolf in hunt for its prey.

If anyone were to run into her on the street, they wouldn’t recognize her; nothing tied her with the image of the nonpareil younger daughter of the Cooper clan. Betty Cooper was dead, locked in the comfort of lavender and chamomile amongst collared sweaters and preppy knitted cardigans. For how long it was yet to be decided but, for tonight, the golden-hearted girl that everyone left behind was put to sleep under the naivety of false ambition and hopeless dreams. Her alter ago was there to deal with the mess the tedious angelic spectrum of her character always seemed to make.

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There’s nothing about markets that require private ownership over the means of production. See mutualism, market socialism, and market anarchism for anti-capitalist market systems.

There’s nothing about “keeping the fruits of your labor” that requires private ownership over the means of production. In fact, workers who are employed under a boss never get to take home the full product of their labor, since the grand majority of it belongs to the boss based on private ownership claims over everything the worker produces. Hell, socialists very often argue “to each according to their contribution”, allotting individuals greater reward the greater their labor contribution to the collective pool, as long as a livable floor is established for all and no one hierarchically owns and manages the workplace.

There’s nothing about “small government” that requires private ownership over the means of production. Worker cooperatives are completely viable. Furthermore, there’s the fundamental idea that collective operations ought to be deliberated on democratically, rather than through an autocratic capitalist or state. Private control over the means of production is not a natural conclusion of “limited government”; if anything, for all intents and purposes, they’re actually opposed to each other.

There’s nothing about organization and management that requires private ownership over the means of production. Workers are perfectly capable of voting on accountable managers and building consensus on organizational aspects of the institution. In theory, we vote on politicians to “help manage” the country, but we in turn don’t expect them to wield power tyrannically or claim sovereignty over the country like a king; the same principle applies to democratic workplaces, in the sense that you can totally separate elected/accountable/immediately recallable management from the hierarchical ownership of the place.

If the idea is that we need to eradicate concentrations of power, then socialism is the way to. If the idea is that we need to maintain individual liberty to the extent that “fists can be swung until they hit another nose”, then socialism is the way to go. If the idea is that we need to build a system where we recognize hard work and labor as the necessary base, then socialism is the way to go.


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