i'm late again in posting

also anyone who interacts with asshole garbage person. i will block you. some people might be able to forgive me, but i cannot. i made a post here {there is also this post and this post that will catch you up if you have no clue what i am talking about} about how i feel about everything. for my own mental health i am blocking anyone that interacts ic with him or is friendly with him. i’m sorry if this upset anyone but i can’t spend so much of my life in tears over this.

(Jee illustriously illustrated by the incredibly talented @blesstale)

Erwin: So what happened?

Levi: Well, you want to know what I’ve learned this week? Being a grown-up sucks. Woman, what a royal pain in the ass. It’s like- It’s like, why can’t you just hang out with guys. You know? Just live with someone of your own sex. Do what you would do with women, but with your buddy. Why don’t guys just do that?

Erwin: They do. It’s called being gay.

Levi: Oh, that’s what gay is? Oh yeah I could totally get into that.

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movie dates! i love how all of these pairings have completely different dynamics, it’s ridiculous and beautiful

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“Every player feels the same pride about the fact that they’re going to be on the court, no matter whether they’re some genius or just a regular guy.”

Merry Christmas @yuri-o!!! From your Secret Santa (◠︿◠✿)

Stanuary Week Four: Family

look i know we’ve all seen this drawing from the stream by now, but i had to draw it too. i couldn’t help myself

Good God the part of this SU episode that hit me the most was how they used Garnet as a visual aid for the kids’ trauma.

Sapphire and Ruby didn’t get specific fears or thoughts, even if that would’ve been very easy to include. Instead, they got imagery that very clearly focused on their reactions and the consequences of flawed coping mechanisms. Ruby is prone to self-destructive hyperfocus on one thought, completely incapable of moving past it. Sapphire is “calm and collected” because she lets thoughts pile up until she completely overloads and shuts down.

With the mechanics of each coping flaw well-established, Ruby settles next to Connie, passing that imagery on to her. Connie was obsessing over the fact that she went into automatic panic mode and attacked that kid (understandably so). She’s scared of herself, and Ruby was there to show how heavily a single worry can weigh on someone so one-track-minded–to the point of both being blind to their partner’s distress.

Sapphire settles next to Steven. The one who’s always okay and always ready to go until he can’t push it aside any longer and completely shuts down. He didn’t even react to their falling to the presumed death. We saw Sapphire’s breakdown with the visual metaphor of that maelstrom of thoughts spiraling in on her like vultures. Now we have a sense of magnitude for what’s weighing on Steven, and how many things he’s been holding back because he doesn’t want to confront them.

Connie’s ready to tear herself apart over one butterfly. Steven didn’t acknowledge the butterflies as they showed up because if he faced one he’d have to face them all, which is far too much.

Garnet was and always is great every time I see her, but wow what a brilliant and gut-wrenching way to show how much these kids need help.

…this is the most cutesy thing I’ve done in a while but maybe that’s just me HA dun mind me or all the Redbubble spam lately.