Can I just say if the new Sleeping With Sirens album doesn’t contain either a) political themed songs and/or b) at least one song that sounds at least somewhat decent if played on a piano then I’m probably gonna go rip up my Kellin poster
F!P: Hey cupcake…
F!G: What the-!!
F!P: If your left leg was Thanksgiving and your right leg was Christmas…
F!G: What are you getting at-
F!P: Can I visit you between the holidays? ❤️
I can explain-
I can’t explain this
All I have to say is that I saw the joke somewhere and I had to draw this
Fell Goth- @nekophy
Fell Palette- @angexci
do you ever just think about how difficult it is to ignore someone you live with? the boy who murdered tilda minyard looked exactly like her son and sometimes, aaron couldn’t deal with it but at this point, how do you deal with your own reflection?
internally, aaron has banished andrew, thinking he’s not worth being a minyard even though, while living under nicky’s roof, aaron has the most peaceful month’s rest without tilda. there is still tensing at the creaky sounds of floorboards by his door, at the occasional click-hiss of the beer cans nicky brings home sometimes, of the sound of andrew’s lighter being fidgeted with. but nothing can take away from the fact that this has been the most peaceful he’s been.
he is waiting for the other shoe to drop. when nicky barely restrains shouting at him for something, he thinks “this is it” and when nicky notices, he almost cries. the other shoe never drops. close calls come, but never the real deal.
listen, the villain turned hero trope is my absolute favorite trope in the entire world and there isn’t enough of it outside of fandom.
like people have been doing the heros vs. villains thing since literature & story telling have come into existence but rarely does the villain ever get their chance at redemption, which sucks, because like??? so much untapped potential there. so much you could do with that. and yet people keep cranking out these good vs. evil stories, which is over done and exhausting.
I just want to see more villains get their redemption arcs is all. or, at the very least, for them to stop being so one dimensionally evil. I wanna see the villain of a major book/TV show pick his kids up from daycare.
The loop when the Beast struck early and enjoyed a delicious, endless feast of roast goose. Honk honk pass the gravy.
That one loop where the Beast, getting bored of the repetitions, curses Brakebills to be a musical. Constant singing and dancing. Some people passed out from exhaustion. Though, we all know the Physical kids throw the best musical parties, and we all know who takes centre stage.
The loop where they all became furries. We don’t speak of that iteration.
Three loops in a row which ended in first Quentin and Eliot, then Quentin and Penny, and lastly Quentin, Eliot, and Penny, not learning anything because they were too ‘busy’. Aka Quentin is easily waylaid by pretty boys with great chest hair and/or great cocktail making skills.
The loop where Dean Fogg made Brakebills an all-girls school, aside from Quentin, because in the previous loops he kept getting too distracted by Penny and Eliot.
The loop where the gang fall through the wrong fountain in the Neitherlands and spend the day in Narnia before jumping out.
Another loop where Alice, Penny, and Kady had the drunken threesome instead, and Quentin was just jealous that she got to touch Penny and he didn’t.
When someone designed a magical version of Pokemon Go and no one got anything done for a month. Martin won. He caught ‘em all.
I don’t know if this counts @thewelterschallenge, but I wanted to contribute something… at least just for the lame lols.
Anyway, this was just a little thing that popped into my head and idk. Does Jack have a thing for Hiccup? Does Jackson have a thing for Hiccup? Do both Jack and Jackson have a thing for Hiccup? The only thing I know for sure is that Hiccup has no idea what the hell is going on.
The bickering is really just between Jack and Jackson, Hiccup’s comments are basically unheard.