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1) the old man (Warren Beatty) didn’t announce a winner. He just stood there looking confused and was asking his co presenter (Faye Dunaway) to double check.
2) Faye didn’t properly read the card and just blurted out LaLa Land.
3) The cards are printed in a way that Warren didn’t know for sure if he had been given the wrong card or Emma Stone was the producer of LaLa Land.
4) There are 2 sets of cards printed in case of anything catastrophic that might happen, just so the real results are preserved and revealed.
5) The LaLa Land producers knew way before the first acceptance speech ended that the wrong winner was announced and instead of politely giving way the stage, they stood there and went through their speeches. Jimmy, Warren, the producers were trying to be polite by not just booting them off but they let them know they didn’t win. It must have been hard for them but they should have given way and let the production do their jobs.
6) There was no reason for Jordan Horowitz (producer of LaLa Land) to snatch that card out of Warren’s hand as he was trying to come up to explain what happened as it was his award to present. He was trying to correct a mistake that wasn’t his but given the fact that he was the presenter, he was the public face of this. I understand he was pissed, but he was still rude.
7) Emma Stone’s “I had my card the whole time” was a bit ignorant. Regardless if at the time she didn’t know there were two sets, she basically was calling Warren Beatty a liar without knowing all the facts.
8) There was no conspiracy to steal Moonlight’s moment. Someone fucked up and fucked up royally. They will probably never work the oscars again, never get another live tv gig and possible not work in the industry anymore.
9) The only thing that may have slightly (and I say slightly because I think the Moonlight people have been overly gracious towards the LaLa Land people) dampened Moonlight’s moment was the fact that you could tell they knew way early on they didn’t win and still stood on stage and gave their speeches until finally production decided to step in and move them off. Only then did Jordan Horowitz attempt to correct things after they refused to give way.
10) Jimmy Kimmel is a dunce. Nobody cares what he thinks about who should keep the award.
Pure unadulterated terror courses through Alec’s veins the moment the institute lights up with heavenly light.
He books it towards the op centre, running faster than he ever has in his entire life (without the help of a speed rune, anyway) and skitters to a halt at the sight of the dead downworlders that cover the floor.
He steps through them gingerly, glancing around as he recognises seelies and werewolves, before looking up at his parabatai; Clary and Simon right behind him.
He barely hears what any of them are saying, too distracted by Jace’s distraught expression, the sudden fear and oh god, where’s Magnus?
Rush is a Canadian rock band composed of Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart. The band formed in 1968 and went through
several reconfigurations between then and 1974. Rush is known for its musicianship, complex compositions, and eclectic lyrical motifs drawing heavily on science fiction, fantasy, and philosophy. The band’s musical style has changed several times over the years, from a blues-inspired hard rock beginning, later moving into progressive rock,
and including a period marked by heavy use of synthesizers. In the
early 1990s, Rush returned to a guitar-driven hard rock sound, which has
continued to the present. (x)
was dark, all fires and lights had been forbidden after the fall of
Geeda and an evacuation order had gone out but the enemy had been
spotted not five miles from their town. A small group of militia
volunteers had agreed to stand and fight to defend their homes and at
least slow the enemy down. But there had been no sign of them since
that message had come, no thunder that was said to precede their
arrival brought on by their tower sized machines. No sounds of their
tracked vehicles that fired shells that shred their war trucks apart.
had agreed to volunteer because his father had pushed him into it
calling him a coward because he wanted to go with his mother. By
Human standards he was only 14 maybe 15 years old but to the Benemar
was well past childhood. He had never liked fighting, being the runt
of the littler meant he was the smallest and all his brothers and his
two sisters had done their father proud and joined the warrior caste.
He wanted to be a farmer, to see fields of purple once more flow to
the horizon like it said in his books. Those he had had to beg or
steal as his father often said reading was for breeders not warriors
and had beaten him several times when he found him with a book under
his bed. Right now, his father was beside him holding a rifle perched
on some hastily constructed barricades made out of cars and
furniture. All his siblings were dead, they fell in Geeda and he saw
how his father had looked at their portraits and beamed with pride
saying they had died honourably and brought great glory even in
death. He had then promptly struck Ceten, calling him a failure
before retiring for the night. Now his only living child stood
shoulder to shoulder with him to avenge their fallen and kill as many
of these Humans and Gal as possible. Many stories had reached them
long before the fall of Geeda, tales of how the Humans shape shifted
and could punch threw iron walls as easily as one may tear through
lights shun behind them so that those who’s jobs it was the reload
rifles and fire home made mortars could see what they were doing but
it was only just enough to see. Beyond the barricade Ceten could
barley see his hand in front of his face, he looked up wishing things
were like they were in his books. Clear skies that shun with the
light of the moon at night and burned with the heat of the sun, and
stars, oh how he wanted to see stars. To find the constellations old
Benemar used to sail the oceans and navigate at night before the
were the only audible noise that he heard other than the breathing of
his father and beating of his own heart. His father then turned to
him and glared at him.
ready son, a flare is about to go up”
father” he whispered before passing the message to the warrior to
his right. Besides everything he was happy, his father had called him
son, he had not done that for a very long time. He steadied his rifle
and knew that the Humans must be out there, the flare went up and
indeed, they were.
eyes widened and his mouth dropped, the Humans were standing only
five feet from the barricade in complete silence. It was not just a
few either, they stood shoulder to shoulder glaring at him and there
must have been thousands of them. How long had they been there? Why
had they waited for the flare? Such thoughts left him as the Human in
front of him grabbed his rifle with a speed he could not follow
struck him. The last he remembered were the shouts and cries of his
townsmen as the Humans leaped over the barricade and began their
work. Then everything went black.
awoke some hours later, he knew because it was day and from the
height of the sun it was coming to near midday. He had fallen under
the barricade and lost conciseness from hitting his head. Grunting as
he rose he put his hand to the back of his head and felt for a wound,
there was none and he was thankful. Movement above him made him
freeze, a Gal was walking along the barricade and moving some things.
Looking around he saw the remains of his town, much of the buildings
had been burned caught up in the fighting and most likely any Benemar
they found were slaughtered. The Humans and their Gal allies had made
themselves at home, they moved and looked just as terrifying as the
books said. He knew all about the last war and the last time the
Humans came to Bento Prime. How they devoured their dead and cooked
their still living prisoners alive. He had no wish to die that way,
he had no wish to die at all but it seemed that that decision may not
be his. He would have to stay exactly where he was until the Humans
moved on, most likely after they had devoured everything they could
and their hunger spurred them on again looking for new hunting
grounds. Luckily some debris from the barricade had fallen on him
making a kind of cave that he could stay under and if he was careful
watch what was happening outside. But for all his fear he was still
curious and wanted to learn about these creatures.
the most part the Humans did not seem to act too different than his
own people, they stood around and spoke to each other and their Gal
friends. They drank and ate and were generally just going about their
business. But he never saw any of their weapons, not a single one was
carrying a rifle, he shifted to look out another part of the wrecked
barricade hoping to see this towering machines that walked but it was
nowhere in sight.
scoffed to himself disappointed he would not get to see one, his
friends would have been so jealous to hear he saw a walking tower
machine. Then the thought occurred, what friends? He had only a few
and they were all most likely dead now as they were manning the
barricade with him.
his father? His father had been there and called him his son. Tears
came and he struggled and fought the urge to cry. “Only breeders
cry” he repeated his fathers words. But he couldn’t help it, he
loved his father for all his faults.
found a survivor!” sounded a Human above him looking down through
the wooden planks and was beginning to shift them. Panic gripped him
like a vine and he thrashed and screamed at them to get away and
leave him alone, only then did he notice his leg was caught.
leg is pinned under the wreckage” the Human called jumping down and
other Humans came to help. The barricade that he had fought on was
shifted with surprising ease and a Gal tentacle reached in and pulled
him free. He screamed as the Humans gathered around him, they were
going to tear him apart and eat him he knew it. He cried and thrashed
waiting for the moment he felt their teeth on his skin. But it never
came, he stopped shouting and slowly calmed down his eyes low and
slowly looked at the one Human holding onto his arm, smiling at him.
was a warm smile meant to comfort him and she showed no sign of
aggression, she was not even armoured or armed. He looked around and
the other Humans were also smiling at him and the Gal hung back
you calmed down now?” said the female human who had hold of his
he said meekly.
smiled widened and a small chair was placed behind him and she placed
him on it while another Human inspected his injured leg.
small cut, nothing broken, you’re a tough one” he said and reached
into his bag “This will stop it getting infected” the Human said
and sprayed something on his leg that stung a little and was
bandaged. Then the Human got up and handed him a small white stick
with a ball on the tip that was orange in colour, patted him on the
head and left.
looked at the strange thing the Human had gave him and looked at the
others who giggled, the female who sat beside him took it and took
off the small wrapping and put the lolly in his mouth. His mouth
exploded with the sweet taste and his smile brought one to hers.
name is Karen, what’s yours?”
he whispered the lolly still in his mouth.
to meet you Creten, are you hungry?”
nodded and she took his hand and lead him through the Human camp.
looked around as he was lead past countless Humans who all smiled at
him or greeted him warmly, he began to wonder if these were Humans at
all, they were nothing like they were supposed to be in his books.
The Gal even watched him but showed more a curious interest than an
intent to kill.
they reached a place where there were more Benemar.
Creten screamed and ran into his fathers embrace, he was horrified to
see his father had lost his right arm but he was hugged all the
tighter with his left.
son” he said as Creten buried his head in his fathers chest tears
once more flowing freely.
perfect timing” Karen said as one of the cooks came pushing a
know you are purely carnivores but we did not want to give you just
plain chicken so we made you all chicken soup” he called to the
Benemar who all regarded him with a mixture of hatred and suspicion.
moved and went to him and was handed a bowl and poured some and
handed a spoon, he turned and ran back to his father and gave it to
him. His father looked at it and at his son who had gone back for his
sat down in front of his father and began eating this Human food they
had been given. None of the Benemar moved and the cook was standing
there waiting patiently for the others to decide to move on their
own. His son was eating it vigorously, he had not eaten anything like
it and was incredibly hungry. Creten’s father looked around, they
were not held in a prison, there was not even a fence, there was just
a small area next to a tank with some sheets thrown over them to
shield them from the sun and wind. There were not even any guards,
where these Humans so confident that they did not even guard them. He
looked down at the bowl seeing the different colours of the soup as
the Human had called it, slowly he took a mouthful and seeing one of
their elders eating the others slowly made their way to get their own
the writers literally created yvonne just to stir shit up for shipper drama and then killed her off when they needed that drama to end and guess what
THATS NOT EVEN THE DRAMA WE WANT
you know what drama i want? i want the drama where it’s revealed who killed charlotte, who killed jessica, all the fallout drama from that, drama with the girls between themselves because this game is turning them against each other, i still want dramatic flashbacks of the dollhouse, i want drama where the cops start getting closer to figuring out the truth about rollins death, drama where the girls have to do crazy shit to get clues, give me THAT drama not stupid ship drama that you drag on for SEASONS just to get a rise out of shippers and ultimately kill someone off because you can’t think of a better way to remove them from your hastily made love triangle
OKAY WE NEED SOME FLUFF AROUND HERE. HEADCANON FOR THE ASSASSINS SAVING YOU FROM GETTING KILLED/HANGED. MY HEART CANT TAKE THIS.
I COMPLETELY AGREE WITH YOU, LOVE. THIS BLOG IS TURNING INTO AN ANGST SITE, FOR CRYING OUT LOUD.Excuse me, but I haven’t written this much angst in awhile. Bear with me for a bit.
Also I’m going to be doing more drabbles because there’s only so much I can do with headcanons. Apologies for the slight change, love.
The minute he heard your scream echo in the closed alleyway, he immediately assassinated the two Templars standing vigil for any intruders and ran towards the sound of your panic filled voice.
You were only a civilian, an ordinary woman that Altaïr had only seen around Masyaf a few times. But it was enough for him to come to your rescue.
There you were, pinned against a wall with most of your weapons discarded on the ground with a Templar knight baring a yellow toothed grin at you.
“Look at you, squirming underneath me. Maybe I should bring you back to Robert so he can decide what will become of you.
Rumor has it, that one of those Assassins has a vested interest in you.”
The knight sneers and Altaïr quickly dashes behind your attacker and extends his Hidden Blade into his neck. He crumples to the ground, muffled gurgling noises erupting from his throat as his movements slowly stilled to a stop.
The tears you were desperately attempting to hold back flows freely as Altaïr embraces you tightly and you hold on to him, afraid that he would disappear if you let go.
“It’s alright. You’re safe now.”
(An AU of the headcanons I did for Ezio’s S/O being hanged because I won’t forgive myself unless I made a more happier version of that situation.)
‘No. This is not happening.’ Ezio thought to himself as he watched two guards lead you out to the wooden platform with a hastily made gallows and a noose at the ready, waiting to strangle an unfortunate soul to death.
You caught a glimpse of a white hood making its way towards the stage and you try your best to not exhale in relief.
‘Ezio’s here. As he always has been.’
You close your eyes in anticipation as the grip on your wrists slack and a knife is pressed into your hands. When you open your eyes again, you see Ezio standing in front of you, motioning for you to follow. You gladly do so, stabbing at any guards that try to hinder you from reaching your goal as the audience screams and runs haphazardly to safety.
The moment you approach a narrow passage between two tall buildings, strong arms wrap themselves around you and soft lips meet your own. You eagerly lean into the kiss as you bite on Ezio’s bottom lip.
“Do not try to force me to leave you behind again. I won’t be able to live with myself if I see you about to be hanged again.” He mumbles as he breaks the kiss.
“I promise, mi amour.” You reply as you kiss him desperately once more.
Your voice resonated clearly as you tried your best to fight off the redcoats that had begun to surround you. No matter how many you killed, there was always another to take their fallen comrade’s place.
‘This is how I die.’ You say to yourself until you see a arrow finding its way onto the neck of one of the advancing soldiers. Several more arrows find their path towards your attackers as you look up. There he was, standing with his bow and one more arrow notched, ready to injure its target.
You manage to take advantage of the chaos that had turned its favor towards you and you eliminate the last of the redcoats as Connor leaps off the roof and onto safe ground.
The only thing you thought of doing as Connor approached you was hugging him as tightly as you could manage.
“I’m here, Y/N. I’m right here.”
You thought you had the upper hand, but as it turns out, you were wrong. Now you were thrown onto the wooden floor with your weapon too far from your reach and your assailant advancing towards you at an agonizing pace.
“You’re late to a meeting with Governor Torres, little miss.” Your assailant snarls as they snatch you by the collar of your shirt. You wriggle in their grasp as you feel the tip of their sword beginning to pierce your skin until blood stains your shirt and you fall to the ground once more. However, this time you’re saved by a pair of strong arms while you stare at a pair of blue eyes.
“Relax, lass, it’s only me.” Edward grins at you as he steadies you before handing your sword back to you.
You smile as you sheath the blade back before saying, “Thank you.”
‘Not again. You won’t become like Élise.’ Arno’s thoughts scream as he races towards you through narrow passageways and various shortcuts around the catacombs. ‘The Templars won’t take you away from this world, not today.’
You try your best not to display any facial expression as you wait for the leather whip in your torturer’s hand to slash your body in its brutal manner when you hear the angered shouts of guards.
“ASSASSIN! GET THE PRISONER!” The head guard orders as he storms into the room, hastily removing you from the chair you were bound to. You feel coarse dark fabric being forced onto your head when you suddenly couldn’t feel anything at all. Everything had gone silent around you until you managed to hear faint footsteps circle around you before your eyes were exposed to light again.
“Arno?” You inquire softly as the binds slip off your wrists. A blue coat enters your line of sight before you feel the pressure against your ankles grow slack and you slowly stand up.
“Y/N.” Arno smiles gratefully and pulls you close to his chest.
“Je t’aime, Arno.” You whisper into his ear.
“Je t’aime aussi, mon amour.” He replies and the two of you stand there, time slipping away as the sun begins shining into the room.
“Let her go!” Jacob shouts as a brutish hulking Blighter continues to slice your arms. “She has nothing to do with this!”
“Sorry, love, but do tell us how we can get you to talk without harming your precious lady?” Another Blighter sneers as you scream in pain, a cut that was too deep and too much for you to bear.
“Like this.” Jacob snaps as he headbutts the taunting Blighter and steals his knife, effectively severing the multiple knots securing him to his chair. The brute that had been maiming you extensively stomps towards Jacob and lunges at him before Jacob swiftly sidesteps and buries the dagger deep in the Blighter’s back as he rushes towards you. He removes another blade from a nearby table and takes away the gag that had been forcefully stuffed in your mouth while he cuts the ropes from your arms and feet.
“You’re safe now, Y/N. You’re going to be okay.” Jacob insists as he begins to treat your wounds as best he can.
don’t leave me, Jacob. Please.” You manage to sob as Jacob finishes wiping blood from your leg.
Bound To Happen (Part 5), Lin-Manuel Miranda x Reader
Prompt: The chronicles of being Lin’s assistant to maybe something more.
Author’s Note: Yes, I know the Tony Awards are in the middle of June but I needed to make this scene possible and this is how it worked. Whoops. This makes up for my lack of a Valentine’s Day fic, right? Right?
Warnings: As always, a slow burn. Things are happening in this one, though.
“Today’s the day.” Lin stormed past you, stride confident and determined.
“Good morning.” You offered, trailing after him.
“Today’s the day.” He repeated, stopping in his tracks just as he made it center stage. He glanced around for a moment, taking in the thing he had created. He looked at you, his eyes shining with something you only momentarily saw on stage.
“Today’s the day.” You confirmed, noticing a majority of the cast had collected onto the stage as well. Tommy Kail was striding from his office with a group of producers in tow.
There was more money among his little posse than you would ever see.
Tommy’s face was wet and soon everyone else’s were as well. He held up a crumpled sheet of paper.
“Is that it?”
“Straight from the office.” Tommy told him, just as Lin snatched it away. The yellow color of the pages signified the importance.
Lin scanned over the page, thumb brushing over each word.
“Thirteen.” He sighed, “Thirteen Tony nominations.” He watched as the cast erupted in cheers, embracing and laughing and standing in disbelief because this wasn’t something that happened everyday to people like them.
The producers were sharking hands and offering congratulations, and Lin swept you into his arms before he could stop himself. The stack of papers you had organized in your hands were on the floor in a pile, but you didn’t move to collect them.
Suddenly the entire team was around you, but all you saw was Lin grinning down at you, repeating ‘Today is the day’ in a hushed voice, as if this day was just for the two of you to share.
“Who are you using your extra ticket on?” Mandy asked conversationally, fingers running through your hair. Eyes were on you - the person who trailed after Lin and didn’t seem to do much else. There was no talk of boyfriends or girlfriends or any friends outside of the theater.
You smiled at the idea of having a secret identity away from these people who tried and failed to pry information from you. Maybe you fought crime - or committed them?
“Nobody. Considering selling it on E-Bay.” You shrugged, knowing that your joke could easily be a reality and make your rent payment a little smoother.
“And your dress?” She pushed further.
“I have the one from opening night.”
The women in the room gasped and you suddenly wished you hadn’t taken Lin up on that break he offered you. Mandy’s fingers tugged a little harder on your hair.
“You are not wearing that dress again, didn’t you say it was your Senior Prom dress?” Karen’s eyes were bearing into your soul, it felt like.
You didn’t answer - which was an answer enough for them.
“We are getting you a new dress and a date.”
The dress was an easy choice - something satin and pale in color that looked oddly similar to your prom dress but with a heftier price tag.
The date was another thing entirely. Within the month before the awards, you had shuffled through a handful of guys - and one girl - from Mandy and Karen’s black books. None appealed to you in the right way and eventually you were starting to lose hope.
Not just hope that you would find the right person to attend the event with - the hope that you would find the right person in general.
As the day rolled closer and the dates began to stop, you found yourself dreading the awards night more than anything else. You would be all dolled up in a room full of important people with amazing partners alone.
You decided five minutes before you were supposed to leave for the pre-party that you weren’t going. You left a hurried voicemail on Mandy’s machine, something about the snow and a headache and every single excuse you could make in the span of a minute.
Dressed in your gown and with pristine makeup that took a little longer than you were proud to admit - you drank a warm beer on your couch with Sesame Street paying in the background.
The snow was falling lightly outside and you could only imagine how warm the club the cast was currently in could be. Drinks and laughter and love were probably filling the air and you could spit at the idea.
“Remember we’re on a Broadway budget here - not too many drinks, please?” Tommy called to the group as another round was ordered. There was already a buzz and they hadn’t even walked the carpet yet.
“It’s a celebration!”
“Where’s Y/N?” Chris asked, eyes darting over the crowd the club provided.
“She’s not coming. Something about the snow and a headache and life in general.” Mandy was one drink in, stirring her cocktail with a tiny straw. “I called her six times but no answer - I don’t think there’s any getting through to her.”
“She’s not coming?” Lin asked, dumbstruck. Mandy nodded. “Is this about the date thing?”
Nobody spoke, all waiting for Lin to do exactly what he should.
“Okay. Guys, grab your coats. Ladies, order another round on me.” Lin fished in his pocket and slammed a bill on the bar, tossing back the final sip on his drink. “We’ll meet you at the theater.”
“Where are you going?” Karen called after his retreating form, the gaggle of men following his determined steps.
“I’m gonna kill her.”
You were halfway finished with your beer, rummaging through your pantry for an opened box of Girl Scout cookies you swore were still in there when you heard a thud.
You paused for a moment, waiting for another sound.
Thuds echoed through your entire apartment, and you nearly tripped over the length of your gown trying to find the source.
The sounds led you to the window of your living room - the visual of snow pelting the glass signaled someone trying to grab your attention. You worked the bottom of the window, shoving it open and having to dodge a snowball in the process.
The buzzer was broken - of course the buzzer was broken. Lin groaned as he retreated from the steps of your apartment building.
“Dude, where is your jacket?” Alex asked Chris, who was standing shivering in the snow.
“On my wife.”
“Why does your wife have your jacket?” Questioned Tommy.
“Sometimes you have to give up your jacket and develop hypothermia for the people you love.”
“Buzzer’s broken.” Lin sighed. “She’s not answering her phone either.”
“Looks like we’re breaking in.” Andy shrugged, already taking a step towards the door. A hand on his chest stopped him.
“We are not breaking in.” Lin pushed him back to the group, “I got this.” Lin pivoted back to your building, shouting your name at the top of his lungs.
“Don’t forget we have to perform today.” Chris chided him, hand on his shoulder.
Lin surrendered his yelling and instead found himself packing snow into his hands, wailing it at your illuminated window. The rest of the guys watched as his attempted throws narrowly missed and decided to help him out.
Soon, all four men were chucking hastily made snowballs at your apartment as their cab driver sat and watched, the toll slowly ticking higher and higher.
“What the hell are you doing?” You shouted down to the group of giggling men.
“Get down here!” Lin shouted back, quite a bit louder. “Come on!” The rest of the guys joined him.
You succeeded, slamming your window shut and slipping on the shoes you had perched by your front door. They crunched the snow as you descended the steps of your apartment building onto the empty street.
Lin’s coat was immediately wrapped around your shoulders.
“What are you doing here, you guys should all be on your way to the awards.” You shoved his chest gently.
The other guys stood in the back, making it rather obvious they were watching closely. They shared looks, each wondering is this going to be the night?
“Not without you.” Was Lin’s immediate answer. “It wouldn’t be right. You’ve been with me longer than any of these assholes.” His thumb jerked back to the guys, “You deserve this night more than any of us do.”
“Lin, I’m not in the mood for this right now.”
“You guys should go enjoy your night and I’ll see you all tomorrow.”
“You don’t understand-” Lin stopped himself, the wild rush of adrenaline he had been feeling on the drive over coming to a sudden halt as he took you in. “You look amazing.”
For the first time that night, you smiled.
“I’ll be your date tonight.” He insisted, gloved hands holding yours as you clenched them in the cold. “This is a night of celebration and happiness and the only way I can do that is with you standing next to me.”
You considered this for a moment, before looking over Lin’s shoulder at his merry little gang.
They all called back equal responses. Lin held out his arm to you and you couldn’t find it in yourself to turn away. You linked your arm in his as your friends climbed back in the cab, mumbling words on how happy there were you would be joining them.
“I’m sorry you did all this for me, on your big night.” You whispered to Lin.
“None of that.” He told you, arm squeezing a bit tighter, “You’re gonna have to sit on somebody’s lap.”
You piled into the car, your half finished beer long forgotten on your kitchen counter. Lin, as he was in your everyday life, was right by your side the entire night. You watched as he accepted a Tony Award and pointed at you from the stage, rhyming your name expertly in a perfect couplet.
Your lousy dates and prom dress was in the very back of your mind, and at the forefront was Lin. Not just the Lin who was making his dreams come true that night, but the Lin from all those years ago who had a dream and decided to bring you along for the ride.
So I gave it a shot but…I couldn’t draw the professional manbun without making it look like a 2006 women’s updo. (•⌄•; ) I settled with the not so professional bun. Since I was “tying up his hair”, I thought I’d try the long ponytail ‘cause characters with long ponytails are awesome.