When some fanfic writers put curses (like f*ck) in (literally) each of kanda’s sentences, and show him only being angry and pissed to everything and everyone around him, and purposely starts fighting or being mean to others..
Excuse me, but- Who cares if Jack’s skin tone changed? For one, I think it’s actually a LITTLE BIT of a good thing. Here’s the reasons why and how it’s logical for his skin to change.
Not all Asians are yellow.
Skin tones can change over time.
And are we forgetting the fact that Jack is mentally ill, and hallucinating? He’s been put through much stress, and pain over time and trying to keep his mind together after pretty much no longer knowing where he is or WHEN he is.
Pretty sure that’d make anyone’s skin look a little pale from dealing with that kind of shit.
ALSO! Let’s see these two images from the previous seasons here:
Here’s early Jack, back when he first met his Scot friend I think.
And here’s a later image of Jack.
But most importantly!
Why the fuck are we fighting about skin tones, when we really should just be happy and celebrating the fact that the show is back for its last season. And that everyone came together and worked SO HARD to keep the style of the animation, and even the original voice actors back together for the show.
We all know f/f doesn’t get enough love. Whether it’s because of a lack of canon content, or fandom’s interests lying elsewhere, it usually gets the short end of the stick. Thankfully, February is here to rectify that - and hopefully, one day, we won’t even need the reminder!
So what is Femslash February? It started as open challenge calling on all members of fandom to create at least two fanworks of any sort (fanfic, fanart, fan vids, graphics, fanmixes, etc.) featuring a f/f ship in the month of February. I don’t know if people still follow that rule today, but to me, Femslash February is THE month to celebrate your love for the ladies. And ladies loving ladies. Not that you can’t do that every day of the year, but if you needed a good reason, here’s one!
Since the Dragon Age franchise has, let’s be honest, a whole bunch of badass ladies, and since this blog, and yours truly, have dedicated themselves to the task of reblogging them all in all their glory, I’m hoping you guys will fill up their tags with new posts, so that I can queue a LOT of content, and provide you with even more lady love!
so Judy here is probably mad at NIck for no good reason (or mabe there was smth, but she overthinked it), and NIck.. y’a know, just being Nick and teasing her, while she’s trying her best not to fall for his charm hohoho
People on the internet are wrong and I must correct them!
ALPHYS N-n-n-not again, sir! I get really bad motion sickness!
GASTER Give me one good reason why I shouldn’t.
ALPHYS H-here, see?? Our followers think you look r-r-really nice with glasses! Even if you can see just fine-
GASTER Round and round you go-!
ALPHYS AAA NO WAIT-
ALPHYS H-hey, look! Some of our followers are trying to solve the barrier problem again-!
GASTER Oh for the LOVE OF-
GASTER SIGH. That is not how the barrier works!
GASTER Think back to your history class. What was the very first thing we did when we were sealed in the Underground?
GASTER The obvious: we tried to get out! Monsters climbed the tunnel to reach the entrance, only to be blocked by the barrier. They beat it until their claws bled. It didn’t do a thing.
GASTER Drilling, magic, lasers… We tried everything we could think of. Nothing has worked. We’ve been down here for one thousand years - you think we haven’t done all we could to escape?
GASTER Every monster knows of the magical wall that lies beyond the King’s castle. It’s easy to assume that that wall alone is the barrier. But that is only a part of it. The barrier is not a singular wall: it’s a spell that encompasses the entire mountain.
GASTER “Anything can enter. Nothing can leave.”
GASTER But… we must have hope. Above all, the King wants us to have hope. That is why he appointed me as Royal Scientist, after all.
Victor is Yurio's super famous dad and he takes him to Yuuri's Ice Rink for skating lessons (and maybe he ends up taking lessons himself)?
(So Viktor is a famous actor. Yurio is his angsty adopted son. Yuuri is the cute oblivious skating instructor.)
Viktor is a famous actor who moved to Detroit with his son Yuri for filming his next big movie. Yuri, not wanting to die of boredom, reluctantly agreed to take figure skating lessons at a nearby rink to kill some time and get out of the apartment.
I just had a long discussion with my parents about how basically and given Discworld book would be a better thing to read in school than Lord of The Flies.
Reason number one: all of the same lessons are taught.
In LoTF, the reader is supposed to learn about mob mentality, oppression, and general prejudice, yes? Thud! is a good example of all of this. You’ve got two different groups of people fighting because Reasons, and the main character coming to terms with his own subconscious racism. What a damn good thing to teach high schoolers!
Reason number two: none of them are nearly so depressing.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but I can not think of a single Terry Pratchett book that ends on a bad note. Not one. LoTF was painful for me to read, because all of the characters were making horrible, murderous decisions because… plot??? Boys will be boys?? The base instincts of humanity?? I am the author and everyone else sucks???
Reason number three: they are fun to read!
This kind of goes along with the last one, but the fact that Pratchett combines relatable characters and a good sense of humor with real world scenarios (going back to Thud! with the internalized racism) makes the books a joy to read! I have, out of the six books I’ve had to read for school, been indifferent or even hated four of them. I didn’t want to read any of them! I read two books a week for three frippin years! And I didn’t want to read the books they chose! I, just.
In conclusion: LoTF sucks, Thud! would be a much better choice.