Remember, JSE fandom! We may have made Anti strong, but we can make him weak too! It’s never to late to join the fight against him! Tag your art/edits of Jack, Chase, Dr. Schneeplestein, etc. with #SepticSave to defend them from Anti. Together, we’ll do what this fandom is known for…
I have a lot of bad days. It doesn’t phase me much anymore because it’s really just part of who I am and I deal with it the best I can. Because we all have to just deal with… life. Mental illness doesn’t make that easier, but, WHATEVER. Anyway, I happen to be having a particularly unpleasant day and I feel really, really bad. So what do I do when I get home from work??? Ha. Scroll through tumblr. Because it’s a quick distraction, but also, more importantly, there are so many kind, understanding, amazing human beings on this site. Even if I don’t talk to some people, as mutuals I feel like I’ve gotten to know you. It’s like this weird experience of just, unspoken understanding. There’s also some stunning creativity! People share their words and their art, and that’s so amazing.
I feel like trash today, but I was honest going to put one of these together anyway. So I’m gonna list everyone who’s been awesome, and then just give it up to some cool artists, and , yeah. It will make me feel better, lol.
Here we are
one more week with episode 5! For the record: I’m not ready. I have zero
knowledge of Japanese regionals (in fact, I only learned about their existence
when I watched episode 4), so let’s see what I can learn!
[If you’re curious about the previous mega-posts, feel free to read them here:
I don’t know who’s idea it was to start carriage horses in Lanford, but shit– they must have been onto something. I saw ten people waiting in line at one get on station? Is that what they’re called? Then I didn’t even count at the next one. Horses were cute though– can I say that? That the horses were cute?