it went too far but

the thing about the show i was thinking earlier was like if tfp was somehow real or johnlock just doesnt happen in the lost special even (unlikely) now because they like? are super into dragging will they wont they out- like either thats not true and we get the good ending soon bc shits going on or, shittier ending but, if theyre not completely kfkadjal on another planet theyll realize they went too far and just. give us the fucking kiss . but like either way i’m just gonna be chillin over here bc i think one way or another it’ll end not horrible so idk

writing update

all right I did the writing thing today on the next part of my Blood in the Water series  - 4000 words, starting with Yuuri being introspective and quickly devolving into blowjobs, because why not.  Hopefully I’ve gotten that out of my system and I can get back to focusing on character development what’s up with Yurio.

oh, and I also wrote a thousand words of Hands of Clay that turned out to be garbage - I went too far down a rabbit hole and don’t know how to climb back out. It happens far too frequently with this story and i’m really not happy about it.

your fave is problematic: Zevran Arainai
  • he doesn’t show up in Inquisition
  • like come on we see every other love interest
  • show me your lovely face
  • all we get is a mention in one letter
  • one letter
  • please i need more Zevran
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Fox News thinks the phrase “Journalism Matters” is “anti-Trump rhetoric”

  • Fox News is calling out its fellow media outlets for propagating “anti-Trump rhetoric,” that, much like the U.S. Constitution, brazenly asserts the relevance of news media as an industry.
  • On Tuesday, Fox & Friends devoted a segment to exposing the apparent media biases from newspapers across the country for selling T-shirts with slogans like “Democracy Dies in the Darkness,” and “Journalism Matters” — a screed that Fox News decided went too far.
  • Perhaps next they will launch an investigation into these potentially biased — but certainly topical — shirts currently available in the online store of Fox News host Sean Hannity. Read more (3/14/17 11:47 AM)

“So what’s it gonna be, huh? Long sullen silence or mean comment?”

Since I’m on a superhero kick at the moment and I just got to see Deadpool, have a late night sketch of some Negasonic Teenage Warhead!

Day Eighty-One

-A pair of jocks came through my lane, eager to make their purchases of Yu-Gi-Oh decks. I can only hope that this was in preparation for a niche offshoot of chess boxing.

-A girl handed her grandmother a five-dollar bill to purchase something for her. After the purchase was made, the girl demanded her money back, as since the item was now bought, the grandmother has no need for it anymore. This has been the ultimate hustle and I am grateful to have been taking notes.

-After I asked a woman a question, she immediately became defensive. I am not sure if I went too far and overstepped the acceptable boundaries of cashier conversation. She stood there, suspicious wondering how I could ask such a question. I stood there, scanning, regretting asking how she was.

-A man called the store to ask permission to ride his hoverboard. He was denied, but I expect the kind of man who wishes to ride a hoverboard to do his shopping is not the kind of man to take no for an answer.

-A kid warned his mother not to eat her credit card. I did not see anything to cause this concern, but I trust he knows her better than I do.

-I was told by an elderly woman that she wished card readers would forcefully physically eject the cards onto the floor once they were done. I will now be paying a visit to the patent office.

-A college-aged man explained to me that the boxers he was purchasing were for emergencies. I understand him and appreciate his foresight.

-A woman’s shirt read “DICKS: Last Resort.” I cannot determine whether she is an overt abstinence-only Christian or an overt bisexual with a preference. Either way, I want this shirt.

-A sheriff came into the store with a serious look on his face. I was immediately filled with existential terror, anxiety, and nervous gas despite having never committed a crime in my life and also being white.

-Four college boys stumbled through my lane post-blaze. I know this as in the middle of his purchase, one stopped, blinked fervently, and loudly announced, “I just realized that there are four of us here!” They all laughed. One suggested investing in stocks. He handed me all of the cash in his wallet.

I think we should start calling pugs “asthma dog” .. just so people know what they would be getting themself into. 

In all seriousness.. I sometimes regret getting a pug.. mine doesn’t have any serious problems so far but I would definitely not get another one. He’s an amazing, loving companion but yes, his life is more limited than that of most dogs. 

I just wanted to add a more elaborate point than - I’m a pug and life sucks *wheeze*!