go crazy with it

I’ve been feeling kind of negative lately, and the whole world is kind of negative. Can we do something to dispel this? Can you reblog this and say something nice about the person you reblogged it from in the tags? #project cheer up the freaking world

free fall (ing in love with you)

auspizien  asked:

EEEEEEEEEEEE YOU DREW SYMBROCK!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️ thank you so much for gracing this pairing with your amazing art!!! 😍

thaaaaannnkk yooou!! I’m crazy for Venom x Eddie now you will never know!!!

and there will be more art! I’m holding till the weekend after I’m done my works in the week XD but here a week sketch I made 2 days ago



i loVE trillyke’s new swimsuit!! so much that i decided to recolour it with a couple floral patterns

there are 6 floral patterns for the shorts and panties and 10 solid colours for the tops that match the bottoms 

you’ll need the MESH from @trillyke

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things crazy rich asians did that i really really really really liked:

  • the opening scene totally called out the classic stereotype people have on asians being like rich tourists and super cheap. get dunkt. (the whole theater also gasped when they were talking about chinatown but i was lowkey like damn yall are really naive but im willing to bet half of you have at least thought that in your minds. im not fucking dumb lmao)
  • the gossip and texting and shit in the beginning was so relatable 
  • rachel didn’t know shit about proper wear and decorum and such and that’s why she called her mom for help and that’s a real ABC struggle honestly
  • male lead nick being portrayed as from a very traditionalist family but still being portrayed as sexy and buff and attractive, which challenges the hyposexualized nerdy asian male narrative 
  • had a nice balance of little jokes that asian-americans can really identify with while still having a lot of jokes that don’t alienate a non-asian audience
  • the food scene!
  • highlighting the relationship between mother and son which in chinese families is often a lot bigger, stronger, and more intense than in many other cultures and it was cool to see a relationship which i was taught was dysfunctional just treated as any normal relationship (obviously there are actually dysfunctional mother-son relationships but chinese mothers and sons aren’t at that level even though lots of people always made it seem so for me growing up)
  • highlighting the relationship between mother and daughter which again in chinese families often involves a lot more struggle and pain than in many other cultures and seeing it portrayed in a healthy and modern way was really nice
  • jokes about being asian that weren’t mean-spirited and racist lmao …. they exist guys
  • the cantonese and mandarin covers of songs like ‘yellow’ and ‘material girl’…..never knew i needed them in my life but i do
  • in short i love this movie
  • it meant a lot to me
  • go see it

This line, uh, was not scripted. He said that just randomly on the day. I thought it was a little cheesy, but he delivers it so well… We knew we wanted to show off her dress, we hadn’t seen what dress she was wearing. So this served both purposes of seeing how she dressed for the party and having a great moment for their kiss. Jon M. Chu, ‘Notes on a Scene’ for Vanity Fair