Today, March 22nd 2017, marks 4 years since My Chemical Romance joined the Black Parade on March 22nd 2013, after 12 glorious years of bandom and adventure. In honor of this anniversary, tagurself presents a My Chemical Romance themed ‘tag yourself’. Killjoys, enjoy.
In an 11th hour recast, Bones vet David Boreanaz has replaced Person of Interest‘s Jim Caviezel as the star of CBS’ Navy SEAL drama pilot, TVLine has confirmed.
Written by Justified alum Ben Cavell, the potential series follows the lives of the elite Navy SEALs as they train, plan and execute the most dangerous, high-stakes missions our country can ask. Boreanaz will play Jason, the respected, committed leader of his assault team who’s been through over a dozen deployments, with scars inside and out.
Thank you for the
prompt! The poems are actually not from the POV of my usual HCed Dex, so it was
cool to write from another version of Dex’s POV. :)
(Also, I was in a weird mood, so this got super introspective and complicated but I feel like it fits for Dex’s relationship with writing so I’mma just go with it.)
It’s not that Dex isn’t good at hiding things. He is. He grew up in a house with very nosy
parents and five siblings who assumed anything of Dex’s was theirs as well. He
learned how to keep things private, found nooks and secret spots as easily as
he found studs in a wall and learned how to be just conspicuous enough to be
overlooked. Of course, the newfound literary part of him can’t help but see
this as a metaphor, the kid trapped in the closet is good at hiding things, and
he realizes it with the same kind of bitterness he attributes to all of his
newfound literary perspectives.
It’s mostly Nursey’s fault anyway, that Dex is so
literary now. Dex could just as easily blame Samwell as a whole, what with
requiring he take a literary course, but it’s harder to blame an institution
than a person and Dex, somewhat out of character, took the easy way out in this
time. Yes, the first English course was required, but the second was not. The
second was a poetry course usually taken by freshmen who hadn’t technically chosen
their major yet but were dead set on English. Dex had been the only science
oriented person there and, at first, he had felt out of place. That, too, Dex
realized later, was a metaphor.
Tbh I’m getting real sick of people asking why people choose to represent minorities instead in their interpretations instead of sticking with the canon portrayals. Do minorities not deserve representation? Is it wrong for everyone to want to be able to see themselves in their country?
There is no possible way the canon portrayals of nations can accurately represent the history and culture of an entire nation and all its minorities. Chill the fuck out.
hi there! i'm feeling really anxious and your art makes me really happy so i was wondering if you could draw a yellow? (maybe sweetheartshipping?) you don't have to if you're not taking requests, just some kind words would be fine then! ^^;