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anonymous asked:

Don't average kids just discover their straight more easily than gay kids discover they aren't straight anyway? Most gay kids spend their childhood years assuming their gay crushes are just thinking someone is cool, mostly because they have a mom and dad, so that means they wanna imitate their parents to a degree as part of regular child development. Then during or after puberty, the difference between liking someone a lot and being attracted to them becomes too distinct to be ignored. That's h

did macklemore kill them before they could finish this ask 

So, I actually just noticed that almost every blog that says ace people shouldn’t be in the LGBTAQ+ community is run by someone under 18 and that gives me hope. It’s not that people really don’t want ace people around. It’s that a bunch of kids who have never really had the chance to get in touch with real asexuals and other sexualities and genders (or even go to college, because a lot of the kids are too young for that and that’s where you learn the most about yourself and others).

What I’m really saying is:

ACE DISCOURSE BLOGS WITH OWNERS 17 AND YOUNGER ARE INVALID.

I was going to make something really nice for your birthday, @markiplier, and I spent hours working- working on a drawing of your face, and then one of Chica, and then I tried one in an Animal Crossing style for some reason, and then at one point I think I had a Darkiplier phase- but everything just looked horrible.

Then I panicked and drew a pigeon. 

Sorry Mark.

I hope you like the pigeon anyway. His name is Henry. 

i’ll never be over the bit in prodigal daughter where ezri is talking about kira, and how they’ve been spending a lot of time together, and jadzia considered kira a best friend, and ezri thinks she will come to do the same-

and ezri’s mom loudly cuts her off with “HEY what about that boy you said you liked that time?? remember that boy?? that boy you liked? like-liked? a boy?”

it’s just so typical “my super gay child is on the verge of being super gay and my homophobic ass cannot cope so i’m going to bring up some straight bullshit to change the topic

aussie-bookworm  asked:

When recording TBS, do any of actors flub their lines by accident? If so, would we be able to listen to the bloopers?

Oh yeah, absolutely. I am an extremely cruel director and make them do single takes of entire episodes (sometimes 25+ pages) and, while they are all very talented professionals, there’s bound to be some stumbling. 

Putting together a blooper reel is something I’m kicking myself over not keeping track of at the start because now there is just hours upon hours of footage that I in no way shape or form have any time to listen through and pull clips from. Maybe someday we’ll hire someone to do that because there are some good moments. 

One of my favorite bloopers from early on was in a Caleb episode. This was still in the first season, when I was trying to figure out the best way to record/take notes during recording/direct/etc. I now sit on my bed as the actors sit at a table in front of me and use 1-tap touch to highlight the script for notes, but back then I was trying a bunch of stuff out. 

I didn’t want my note-taking to interfere with sound, so I sat out in the hallway with my headphones and left Julia and Briggon in my bedroom. So I’m sitting on the floor staring at a closed door, and Briggon and Julia are just on their own. Briggon gets to a line that went something like, “I had a rough day at school”, but instead of school, Briggon goes full-adult and says “work”. And even though I couldn’t see Briggon’s face, I could just hear him have that moment of, “wait, what”. 

I don’t know why, but that was such a fun, funny moment - Briggon plays a teenager extremely convincingly, but he definitely slips up sometimes.