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New blog: Wonderful WOC

Hello, everyone! Wonderful Woc is a newly made blog to appreciate women of color in media (film, television, music, etc.) The idea is to update this blog as regularly as possible, but I’m just getting started so there’s not much content yet. If anyone wants to promo me, that’d be great. Also, I’ll be tracking #wonderfulwoc so tag me in your edits/gifs and I’ll reblog them! 

Okay, I know that the four dimensions in Arc V are AUs of the previous four Yugioh series, but… imagine if they weren’t.

Imagine if Yuma tried his best to defend Heartland against the now-corrupt Academia. Imagine him and Astral fighting to their very limits and beyond to protect everyone, but ultimately, there are just too many of them. Shark, Rio, everyone Yuma knows is helping him fend off the invaders, but even they can’t handle an army.

And in the end, all of them are carded. Even Haruto, who Kaito tried especially hard to keep safe. Kotori, Shark, Tetsuo, Rio… none of them could survive Academia’s massive invasion. Kaito vows to avenge Haruto and everyone else.

Even Yuma, for all of his abilities, who never gave up even when his bitter end approached him head-on. This time, his Kattobingu wasn’t enough. Yuma lost.

Once the battle is over, the only ones from the original cast left are Kaito and Astral. However… no one can see Astral, and since he can’t interact with anything, he can’t do anything to help anymore. He still looks after Yuma’s carded form to this day, searching for a way to return him and everyone else to normal.

Edit: Just in case anyone was wondering, this is legitimately what I thought happened before it was revealed that they were AUs. So for a while, whenever Yuto brought up Heartland, I would die a little inside because it meant that Yuma and the others were most likely dead. It made the show a bit painful to watch at certain points.

So I’ve been playing a lot of Team Kirby Clash Deluxe (loving it so far(it’s free on 3DS if anyone wants to play it(it released only a few days ago so I wouldn’t be surprised if you haven’t heard of it))) and one of my favorite parts about it is that MAGOLOR IS THE SHOPKEEPER.  (He’s from Return to Dreamland for those not in the know.)

He got a palette swap for this game and a lot of people have been making jokes about it but this

This is the best headcannon/ joke I’ve seen with this yet

(Art is not mine.  I found it on ifunny, but the comic has a signature that I can’t read.  “CourtesyCall” I think?  If anyone can find the original artist, I’d very much appreciate it.)  [Edit: I found them.  Or more accurately, they found me. Here they are: @courtesycalling ]

I’ll probably be posting more Kirby stuff along with my other crap because I forgot how wonderful these games were.

anonymous asked:

I haven't lived in Australia for a long time, but was wondering if you like Dr. Harry? Is he still on tv? He looks like the stereotype of down home folksy vet :)

Dr Harry started hosting Talk To The Animals when I was in primary school, young and impressionable. I certainly watched those shows on a regular basis, and Harry’s Practice when it came out a few years later. I have also read one of his autobiographies. 

The vet industry has something of a mixed opinion of his television shows, for various reasons including not having an accurate portrayal of things, not having the most up to date information or allowing repeated filming of problem behavior in anxious dogs. You’ve got to remember that he was a very early television vet, there wasn’t a while lot in the way of lifestyle shows 25 years ago, so in some ways he was a pioneer. I suspect that’s why there’s now an Australian Veterinarian Association statement about Vets in the Media are expected to abide by, including myself.

Reading the autobiography was particularly insightful, as it discussed the difficulties in traveling around the country for ‘house calls’ and some of the techniques that were employed by the film crew to get the desired shots. Lots of things were staged (like the silly hat), and it seems really difficult to practice as you normally would, while you have film crews trying to get what they’re after.

I know he also used to do appearances at pet shows and similar, and must have been presented with all sorts of interesting problems that he was expected to come up with good answers for on the fly. I know this because at specialist practices I did work experience with, we would sometimes see clients who had been ‘told by Dr Harry to see X sort of vet’ about a problem. And in that context, it was probably the smartest thing Dr Harry Cooper could have said.

So not perfect, but I’m yet to see anyone who is. Nothing seen on those shows should be assumed to represent real practice though, because of camera angles, staged shots and post production editing.

I like to think he would also pour through the letters his show would be sent by people with their animal problems, and also wonder whether any of those viewers had contacted their own vet. Different times, same general public.

He still shows up occasionally on TV segments, but doesn’t have his own show any more. You’ve got to remember the man in 74, and he had a major health scare a few years back. He deserves a chance to take it easy and do what he wants with his time.

anonymous asked:

hey uh, i know people widely love your ff now but do you have any keep going advice/encouragement for those of us who arent yet creating works good enough that anyone really seems to notice at all? did u have anything that helped you when no one seemed to be reading/responding if that was ever the case? id really like to be Known for ff but like its hard for me to manage to edit my fics because i loathe looking at my writing that much

Hello, love!! It is always wonderful to meet fellow writers! Honestly, it’s a daily shock to me that people have actually read any of my work, let alone liked it. After many years of thankless fic-writing as a teenager, then many more years being mentally unable to write anything, this has been so unexpected, which is why I want to tell you it’s just a matter of time and hard work, but I also want to give you some advice and encouragement you can actually use.

So I hope this helps!

(Sorry to mobile users, putting it below the cut ‘cause it got long)

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anonymous asked:

I'm not sure if anyone has to you yet but Lily does tell pigeon her's is a doe and you might want to fix that. Other than that wonderful chapter. I love all the jily angst :)

SHIT FUCK DAMN IT WHICH EDIT DID I POST AHHHHH IM NOT HOMEEEE AHHHH

i remade my rp blog!! if i ever get any rp prompts or anything or if anyone just wants to talk about ocs and stuff, you can see all that at @heroquester!! it’s not quite done yet but it’s done enough to be used c:

i’m also working on changing up the theme for this blog!! i’ve already edited the FAQ and about and all that, and was wondering if you guys thought I should add anything?? Any and all suggestions are welcome!!

his-fiancee  asked:

OHMYGOSH, honey, I gotta ask you for a HUGE favor! Yana seems to be tweeting about Lizzy's birthday not beeing decided on but sometime in spring or something. COULD YOU PLEASE TRANSLATE THAT PROPERLY? (It's a very important matter to me since there are so many false rumors!) PRETTY PLEASE?~) Q///Q

Hi!! I’ve just checked it, and yes, Yana’s talking about Lizzie’s birthday :D

Yana’s twitter posts from 10/14/2016

I’ve been told “Happy birthday, Lizzie!”, but why!? I haven’t decided on Lizzie’s birthday yet, neither in the manga nor in the anime. […] -Toboso

I haven’t decided (on her birthday) yet, but I think Lizzie was born in spring. Anyway, it’s definitely not today. -Toboso

Now I see, it’s this one [*a post by ‘Tower Record Anime’ in which they listed all characters who have birthday on 10/14, including “Elizabeth Ethel Cordelia Midford” from Kuroshitsuji]…! I’m very sorry to say this because they put effort in writing such a long name in their tweet and introducing her, but Lizzie’s birthday is uncertain. I’m sorry… I wonder where they got this information from? -Toboso

Ewww! There seems to be an information website where not only Lizzie’s birthday, but also Ciel’s height is mentioned (I actually haven’t decided on either of them yet). This kind of website is problematic since anyone can edit the entries as they want. Well, there’s no real harm if they decided on these things by themselves, but I feel sorry because I received a lot of birthday messages [even though it’s not Lizzie’s birthday today]… -Toboso


Tl;dr:

  • Lizzie’s birthday is not 10/14
  • Ciel’s height is not 152cm (5'0")

anonymous asked:

Hi, I love your live and speed edits.. I was wondering, since you said you were working on a special skin for moe, using picture of her faceclaim, could you do a live or a youtube vid where you show us how you do that? It would be amazing! But I totally understand if you thinks it's a bad idea. Thank you :)

Omg you are so sweet ;____; I will for sure!!! The thing is, I’m not very good at it yet. I’ll set up a stream right now though about how to do skinblends and tattoos and stuff!!! I’ll record it for anyone who will miss it!!

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I changed my blog’s theme for the first time in two years today. 

A big reason I stuck with the wonderful Elise for as long as I did was simply because it did everything I wanted (and then some) on just about every device anyone would use to visit my little corner of the Internet. 

This new theme doesn’t have that kind of flexibility yet, and honestly might not ever because I’m not a professional at this kind of thing. But I did build it myself (with some help from a base code by @sorrism, an open-source CSS framework by the W3C, and a myriad of Javascipt libraries from around the internet), and I think it’s a good fit! I’ve still got some kinks to work out, but on the whole, I’m proud of it and the progress I’ve been able to make with HTML.

I don’t have a name for it yet, though. Maybe it’ll get one eventually.

(The pictures are some edits of things I dig that I made to fit in with the new aesthetic here and on my side blog.)

murderous-hipster  asked:

Good afternoon, I was wondering, given some previous talk about Troma, where to start with their various works? Also, I can't seem to find your ask page from your theme, had to type it in manually.

I’m surprised anyone can ever find it.  It’s hiding in the little red and white question mark (EDIT: Welp, nevermind.  For some reason, it ain’t there.  Gonna have to fix that).  My theme is desperately in need of a change, but that is yet another thing that I cannot do until I can get this “licensing has stopped working” crap figured out that’s preventing me from running Photoshop.

When it comes to Troma, they fall into two main categories: Films produced in-house, and films acquired for distribution.  The best place to start with Troma is their in-house productions (luckily, Troma has made most of their library available to be watched online via their official Youtube channel, so clicking each title will take you right to the movie!  However, I highly recommend picking them up on DVD or Blu-ray if you end up loving them, because the releases are always loaded with hilarious and wonderful extras):

  • Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. (1990) - Save for the Toxic Crusaders cartoon series, this would be your gentlest introduction into the Troma film universe, as it was–under the funding of Namco (yes, that Namco)–intended to appeal to a wider audience than most Troma fare.  It’s honestly one of the greatest and most enjoyable films in existence.
  • The Toxic Avenger (1984) - The film that first brought Troma widespread acclaim, this is absolutely quintessential viewing for anyone interested in the company’s films.  There is no choice.  Unfortunately, this one is not located on Troma’s Youtube channel, but you can still watch it for free online at Frightpix (they have an entire section dedicated to just Troma movies!).  Frightpix is also available as an app via Xbox Live as well!  There are currently three sequels in the Toxie saga, and they are also all worth watching (the first two were originally shot as a single film in Japan, where Lloyd and the crew won the affection and respect of the Japanese filmmakers they worked with by adopting Japanese customs while living there for the filming).
  • Class of Nuke ‘Em High (1986) - One of my personal favorites, mainly because of The Cretins.  If you’re also a fan of raunchy 80′s high school movies, this one’s for you!  There are four sequels following this one, with the latest being Return to Nuke ‘Em High Vol 1 (2013), and Return to Nuke ‘Em High Vol 2 (2016) (the latter will be out this year).  While I haven’t seen the series’ comeback, I personally enjoyed the first two Nuke ‘Em High sequels, even though I can understand why others didn’t care for them.
  • Troma’s War (1988) - This one got ol’ Uncle Lloyd in a bit of trouble back in the day, and it’s easy for the average person to see why.  It’s certainly not for the easily-offended (i.e., tumblr), but if you have a reasonable sense of humor, it’s…ridiculously entertaining.  I adore it.  Morton Downey was an asshole (if you don’t know how this is related, take a look).
  • Tromeo and Juliet (1996) - This is about as far-removed from the Bard as it gets, but this Tromasterpiece carries the honored distinction of being co-written by James Gunn, who would later go on to write the dialogue for Dawn of the Dead (2004) and Lollipop Chainsaw (2012), as well as write and direct Slither (2006) and Guardians of the Galaxy (2014).
  • Terror Firmer (1999) - It was this film that caused the Troma crew to run afoul of the NYPD numerous times, to the point of having their filming permit revoked (which, of course, didn’t stop them.  If Larry Cohen can shoot without permits, why can’t Lloyd Kaufman?).
  • Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead (2006) - I will forever lament that I didn’t find out until too late from an ex that there was a screening of this within driving distance where Lloyd went out to lunch with a bunch of the audience afterwards.  I have had people reproach and shame me for recommending this movie to them.  I stand by my decision.
  • Mother’s Day (1980) - While this was made prior to Troma developing its distinctive style (at the tail end of the “sexy comedies” era that came prior to the unleashing of The Toxic Avenger upon the world), it was written and directed by Lloyd’s brother, Charles Kaufman, with Lloyd and Micheal Herz serving as associate producers.

Now, when it comes to the films picked up by Troma for distribution, not all of them are gems (Lloyd will be the first one to admit this, especially if anyone mentions Croaked: Frog Monster from Hell).  There are some films that became known due to being part of Troma’s distribution library, but have since been picked up by other distributors, and are thus no longer under Troma’s label, such as Chopper Chicks in Zombie Town (1989) (believe it or not, My Neighbor Totoro was originally distributed by Troma!!  They were the ones to first bring it to the United States!), so I can’t rightfully recommend those particular films in this post.  However, I can recommend a few that are still under their distribution, and are very much in line with the spirit of the company:

  • Redneck Zombies (1989) - Anyone that’s been following me long enough saw this entry coming.  Yes, this film is crude, shot-on-video (complete with cheap video distortion effects!), and sports plenty of offensive toilet humor and lampooning of sexuality that would never past muster with today’s audiences.  It’s beautiful.
  • Combat Shock (1984) - This is a film that requires an amount of patience to really appreciate.  It’s ugly, grueling, and has no happy ending, which is exactly how it should be.  Despite some outrageous elements, this is not a “fun” movie.  It’s a man’s life completely breaking down.
  • Cannibal! The Musical (1993) - Before they found mainstream success with South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone created a musical about notorious American cannibal Alferd Packer.  Troma was the only company willing to take a chance on it.  After their show debuted on Comedy Central to massive success, many companies tried to talk Parker and Stone into cutting ties with Troma, and passing distribution to a bigger company.  Both Troma fans, the pair declined, and it remains a proud part of the Troma library.
  • Surf Nazis Must Die (1987) - Not gonna lie: You’re either going to love this movie, or fuckin’ hate it.  There doesn’t seem to be any in-between.  It’s either going to be the most boring thing you’ve ever seen, or one of the most strangely charming.  Either way, it’s got a badass old black lady busting out of a retirement home, and blasting the shit out of a bunch of Neo-Nazis.  Long Live Leroy’s Mama!
  • Rabid Grannies (1988) - This oddity from Belgium (don’t worry–it’s in English) takes a while to get going, but once it does, it’s…something else.  I think it at least deserves credit for having some amazing poster artwork.  Also, it’s demonic old ladies killing and eating their relatives.  That’s a good afternoon watch right there.
  • BUTTCRACK! (1998) - Admittedly, this isn’t a feature-length film.  It’s also not exactly a cinematic masterpiece.  What it is, though, is…uh… Hmm.  I’ll leave that up to you to decide.  “Churn the milk and make it butter, churn the milk and make it butter!”
  • Monster in the Closet (1986) - Always believe your kids when they say there’s a monster in their closet, because they might just be telling the truth.  Notable for two reasons: First, it features a very young “Fergie” in her film debut.  Secondly, it’s got LGBT monster representation: Why do you think he’s in the closet?  This horror spoof is a lot of goofy fun–give it a chance!
  • Ferocious Female Freedom Fighters (1982) - Before there was Kung Pow: Enter the Fist (2002), there was this.  Previously a serious Indonesian action film called Perempuan Bergairah, Charles Kaufman got his mitts on it, and filled it full of toilet humor and absurdity.  Needless to say, the original director wasn’t pleased.
  • Def by Temptation (1990) - This supernatural thriller, written and directed by James Bond III (yes, that’s his name), revolves around the lives of young black men in America, and has some surprisingly, subtly critical things to say about the emotional and sexual baggage they carry, and their treatment of women.  Highly underrated, it also features Samuel L. Jackson!
  • Story of a Junkie (1985) - This is actually a critically-acclaimed documentary chronicling the downfall of a heroin addict in the 1980′s.  The “actors” are real junkies, and the sequences of hard drug use are entirely real.  There is no moral high ground; no preaching.  Just reality.  While not as “Troma” as the rest of the films on this list, I think it’s worth recommending, and good on Troma for giving it greater exposure.
  • The Taint (2011) - This is what it would actually look like if the world was really how tumblr “feminists” describe it.  That should be enough to ignite interest.  I’ll leave the rest in your capable hands.
  • Father’s Day (2011) - In the words of the great Arlo Guthrie:

    “ Mother rapers…Father stabbers…Father rapers!

    Some sick bastard is out to rape and murder the fathers of the world, and it’s up to a one-eyed former prison inmate named Ahab, a young male prostitute named Twink, and the devout Father John Sullivan to take down the man responsible–the same one that killed Ahab’s father long ago.  This film managed to be banned in Australia, which I’m sure the cast and crew are very proud of.
  • Bugged! (1997) - Another film headed by a black cast, this is essentially another “big bug” movie, but with a bit more goofiness to it than something like Phase IV (1974) (okay, maybe I’m kidding myself that Phase IV isn’t also pretty damn goofy).  In terms of production, it’s not the greatest, but being amateurish doesn’t mean that it can’t also be fun.  That’s really what Troma’s all about.

Lastly, because it brings me a great deal of personal joy, I must recommend the Angry Video Game Nerd’s video on the Toxic Crusaders video games, which features a delightful guest appearance by Lloyd Kaufman (I own the game on Sega, by the way.  It’s not great, but I’m not ashamed):

Tromaville may not be a place for everyone, but for those willing to visit, it’s a welcome vacation.

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Based on the Band AU fic: Misfits by @inell

“It’s a sold out show in the biggest venue Misfits has played yet, and the crowd is awesome. Even after all these years, Stiles still can’t believe he’s getting paid to make magic on stage with his gorgeous boyfriend and the best friends anyone could ever have.”

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Not sure if anyone has already pointed this out but in the pilot you can spot Emma’s baby blanket on one of the chairs in her apartment. Just imagine her coming back to the apartment after a rough day and just staring at that blanket while she’s eating dinner in the kitchen, wondering why anyone who loved her enough to make her such a beautiful thing, would give her up. Imagine her not being able to sleep at night, sleepwalking to that chair and just sitting there hugging the only link she has to her past. Imagine her smelling it and touching it trying so hard to remember anything about her parents, their faces, their voices. In 1x04 Emma tells Mary Margaret she’s not sentimental, yet she’s held on to this blanket like dear life.

only when we stop to observe the world around us do we realize that people have their own unique stories - stories so drastically different from our own. we have different origins, different motivations, different ambitions; we’re on different journeys and yet there is something in our hearts that is inexplicably, indefinably human. life is not the legend of you nor me but of everything, and the humanity that lies within our souls is what links us together in the vastness of our separation.

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The reincarnation of Avatar Korra from the Earth Nation were reported to be twins. This caused the ability to bend the four elements and the ability to connect to the spirits to be split, distributed between the two. The spirit of Raava, resides within one and the skill of bending all the elements was assigned to the other. 

Since it was a time when spirits interacted with the humans freely, the former was always needed and unintentionally favored by citizens from different nations. 

The latter, however, was overcome by technology. His physical strength and talent for the elements were ignored by most, as it was the dawn of the modern times. His own strength was replaced by that of the machines’.

Because he lacked the pure spirit of light that would guide his mind towards right judgement, he started to feel jealous. Angry. His resentment grew into something uncontrollable and before anyone had noticed his envy, he blindly called upon Vaatu so he can become the true avatar, carrying both the spirit and the gifts of Wan.

Lol I think I spent a little too much time with this particular headcanon but I’ve always wondered what would happen if the avatar were twinsMight write an au… dunno yet

EDIT: Okay, this headcanon is too strong. I’ve been spacing out during car trips, formulating way too many plot lines. I’ll make a fanfic so ya better watch out fo dat.

Okay so I spent three entire minutes on this but other than that this is legit. Mutuals pls like this post if you are okay with the following:

Me tagging you in things that remind me of your muse
Me being able to IM you with ideas and plot out of the blue
Me being able to come into your inbox
Me tagging you in random starter (probs rare but you never know)
Me tagging you in those chain posts
Me wiping my swaggy lil’ mittens all over your face in the sweet sweet initiation of friendship