it's like are you even real

Why is everyone so pleased over the Try Guys thing? And their defense (as always) seems to be “it’s just a joke, it’s not that deep” but if they weren’t suggesting dnp are a closeted couple then they’re implying there’s something inherently funny about two guys making out. Either way you look at it seems pretty fucking shitty to me, especially given dnp were in front of that same audience a bit later.

anonymous asked:

playlist: that feeling after a makeout session with a boy that gives you butterflies even though you know its unrequited

Hozier - like real people do

Ider - Gut me like an animal

Keaton henson - not that you’d even notice

Jens Lekman - How can I tell him

Smoky Robinson - you really got a hold on me

anonymous asked:

Please explain why you are defending pedophilic ships? I dont care if its anime and its fake, Wanting an underage person and an ADULT together is nasty. You are bisexual and you support pedophilia? Great representation of the lgbt community...Wait wait...i bet if your gay ships were actually girls or just a straight ship you wouldn't even ship it. Keep fetishizing gays, im sure the community will accept you even more! And so will other people who are against lgbt people cause of assholes like u

I do not support the abuse of minors. Shipping is not pedophilia because it is not real and does not involve real minors. 

This is an important distinction to make because calling something pedophilia when it is not- and shipping is not, at least not in America where I am from and where I am familiar with the law- cheapens the term. When i say it ‘cheapens the term’ I mean that you and yours are actively making it hard for people to tell when someone is actually a pedophile, and when someone is harmless and has simply reblogged art of something you don’t like. People have even begun using the term pedophila as a weapon against people they don’t like, when they are not pedophiles, and if you don’t see something ‘’problematic’’ in that there’s something wrong with you. 

You are taking away a perfectly legitimate coping mechanism from survivors. It is a coping mechanism for people to be able to produce and consume content in a method that they can control. And even if you are not a victim of abuse, you still have the right to produce this content because it is fictional and it does not hurt anyone and people have the option to choose to avoid it instead of seeking it out.

As a survivor you may not be ready for this step in your recovery, and that is okay. BUT  it is not okay to take away from the recovery processses of others, and this is why antis are directly harmful to survivors.

Noow for the seecond bit of your ask. 

I know you have no idea what I ship because this blog is entirely free of shipping content. You are choosing to assume that all I ship is gay ships. You have no evidence that all I ship is gay ships, and I’m sure gay men don’t really appreciate you using a legitimate issue that they face as some sort of one-up gotcha when you have no idea if that’s even the case.

I have a loving partner and friends of all orientations. I am happy with them. I care about all of them to different degrees. They’re the people who cooked me a full meal and gave me a warm bed when I got out of the hospital on Monday for a possible aneurysm. I know I have people who care about me.

So I feel sorrier for you, who feels like they need to go into the inbox of people they disagree with and say nasty things to them about their place in the community that cares about them with literally no basis to back it up.

You have my sympathies.

raluxu  asked:

Since you're pretty much my favorite artist (not biased at all, totally pure, neutral train of thought here) how do you get inspiration for your drawings? I bet you worked real hard to get where you are and no way does that skill come easy, right? What do you do when you're trying to draw but everything you do comes out like Doodlebob

     Totally not biased my dude—not at all lmao 
How do I stay inspired—my dude I don’t even know how I stay inspired half the time! It doesn’t come easy, you’re right. A lot of the times I’ve scrapped more ideas than I’ve finished and polished my products, but I tend to keep my mind open whenever I’m not sitting in front of a computer or have a pencil in my hand. 

Reality is what inspires me if I have to narrow it down into one category. People watching, fashion browsing, nature walks even, sometimes interacting with my friends and family members give that boost I need. Often times I find myself getting inspired by other artists too! It’s hard to pinpoint where my inspiration comes from entirely now since I’ve been doing this for as long as I have y’know! 

But when I’m in a serious rut, I tend to just take a break. For me if I force it out, it frustrates me and when I get frustrated, I end up crying. I’d rather just sit back, watch a movie, talk to a friend, listen to music without the pen in my hand and just take a break from drawing. Sit in other reality’s instead of my own little world and find the inspiration from there. Usually that’s all it takes for me to get my head out of my ass and get back into the art game lol 


well, I,

I was thinking of Blue Paladin Keith
  • Keith: Okay girl so let's just try to get along and-
  • Blue: You hurt my boy and I'll destroy you
  • Keith:
  • Keith:
  • Keith:
  • Keith: ...What?
  • Blue: It wouldn't even be that hard, you are like a baby
  • "I solemnly swear I am up to no good": - Aries, Gemini, Sagittarius
  • ""Never trust anything that can think for itself if you can’t see where it keeps its brain.": - Scorpio
  • “You care so much you feel as though you will bleed to death with the pain of it.” : Pisces
  • "However, this mirror will give us neither knowledge or truth. Men have wasted away before it, entranced by what they have seen, or been driven mad, not knowing if what it shows is real or even possible.": - Neptune, Pisces
  • "Let us step into the night and pursue that flighty temptress, adventure.”: Sagittarius
  • "Harry, suffering like this proves you are still a man! This pain is part of being human … the fact that you can feel pain like this is your greatest strength.": - Capricorn
  • "Things we lose have a way of coming back to us in the end, if not always in the way we expect.": - Taurus
  • "I don’t go looking for trouble. Trouble usually finds me.": - Aquarius
  • "You are protected in short by your ability to love": Leo
  • "The mind is not a book to be opened at will and examined at leisure": Virgo
  • J.K Rowling
... Somehow, Still Talking About This Captain America Shit (Now With Bonus Spider-Man and Agents of SHIELD)

So now Secret Empire has revealed its Shyamalan Twist and given the readers a Good Guy Steve Rogers as well as Hydra Cap, and the kinds of dickbags who, when this whole bullshit began were dismissing people’s complaints with “oh come on, don’t you know how comics works, it’s all going to be put back at the end, blah blah blah…” are crowing I-Told-You-So’s.

But here’s the thing:

Yeah, fucknuts.  We always knew this.

Keep reading

If you ever want someone's attention, send them this-

It’s summer of 2001; Joe meets Patrick and he’s like “Yo, I know about music.” and Patrick’s like “Yo, I know more about music” “That’s impossible. Do you wanna start a band?” And Patrick’s like “…Yeah… That’s cool.” And then he’s like “Yo, this is a book store, it’s not a music store!”

And then they met at Patrick’s house. And Patrick’s wearing shorts and socks and a hat. Patrick is playin’ drums for some fuckin’ reason! And Pete’s there, for some reason! They start playin’ music together. And there like “Oh, let’s play some fuckin’ covers from some other bands!” It was like, Green Day and fuckin’ Misfits and fuckin’ Ramones! Pete said to Joe “Yo, we gotta change this shit up! Yo we’ve played all these bands; let’s play shit from Fall Out Boy.” And so Pete and Patrick are like “Yo, that’s dope. But we need a fuckin’ drummer!” Because Patrick’s playin’ drums and he’s a singer! And he’s like “Yo! I got a soul voice!” And there like “Wait, how do you have a soul voice!?!” And he’s like “Yo watch this! Yeah!” and they’re like “Oh my god! That sounds like soul!” So they put it in the song and it was like “WHERE IS YOUR BOY TONIGHT!”

And then they’re like “Yo, this is fuckin’ perfect. This is Fall Out Boy.” And they made records like, Evening Out With Your Ex-Girlfriend. its called Evening Out With Your Ex-Girlfriend, everybody loves it. Its called Eating Out Your Girlfriend, and its real and it doesn’t matter. And Pete talked to Patrick and Joe and he was like “Yo, what the fuck! Yo this is gonna be fuckin’ dope!” So they made a record, and it was called take this to your grave. They made it without a drummer! And they had like three, four drummers come in. The four drummers they had come in were like… Josh Freese, Neil Peart, the dude from Toto… The fourth one was like the guy from papa roach or something. And they were like, “yo, we need Andy Hurley. Andy Hurley. Take this to your grave. Fuckin’ record it.” And he did it, and he killed it. He was like,Bigadigadigalalululapssshhhh! Killing the skins! Tapping the skins! Tapping the rims! Playing the shit! Killing these bitches! Wrapping it out!

“We should get signed, to Fueled by Ramen. ‘Cause these guys know what the fuck is going on.” And they were like “Yo, if you can make our scene any bigger than it is, which is not fuckin’ hard. We will sign you guys.” Pete was like ”Yo! We got this record that’s fuckin’ dope dude! It’s called Take This To Your Grave.“ Hey, its gonna be called From Under The Cork Tree, its gonna be fuckin’ huge. And then Patrick’s like “I gotta keep it real, I gotta keep it artistic. These are three songs that are gonna make the album and its called… This is called Thanks for the Memories, 20 Dollar Nosebleed, and Sugar We’re Going Down..” And they made this record that was fucking dope and it fucking hit on the charts.

Like one, two, three! Three, two one! Three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten! TEN TO ONE! From Under The Cork Tree sold like, four million records! Ten million records! Fifteen million records! And Brendon Urie had nothing to do with the entire record. And Patrick was like “That’s good!” Pete was like “Yo, fuck you! I can do whatever I want!” Joe was like “Yeah, it’s cool man, whatever… I don’t give a shit.” And then Andy was like “Eh… Cool!” And Pete was like "Makeup is fuckin’ great for a guy. Because it makes a guy look beautiful. Which a lot of times, a guy is not beautiful. And I wanna change that.I wanna make sure everybody thinks that guys are beautiful.”

Pete was like “Oh my god, I’m so embarrassed about this dick pic!” And then I saw the dick pic, and I was like “Eh, it’s not bad. It’s not a bad dick. Let’s be real.” Panic! At The Disco made Rolling Stone one issue before Fall Out Boy. And Fall Out Boy made the issue right after Panic! And they were so pissed! They were like “Yo, fuck you guys!” They were like “Yo! Panic has the cover of Rolling Stone!?! Yo, fuck these dudes, were gonna go fucking miles above! We’re gonna hit every fucking continent there is known to man!” But they didn’t! Because they missed a second of time, apparently. They were like “Oh, shit we got every continent.” And they didn’t actually hit it. Dude, Pete was like “What the fuck!” oh you didn’t fuckin’ make the continent. It’s like, fuck you!

So From Under The Cork Tree happens, we fuckin’ have three, four years of awesomeness! Like people are cumming on themselves it’s so big! So Fall Out Boy was like, so Patrick’s like “Yo, we’re gonna name this record 'From Under The Cork Tree’ and From Infinity In High.” Pete was like “Yo, folie a deux means, the theatric of two.” Fall Out Boy was like “Yo, we gotta take a break” meaning, Pete was like “Yo, we gotta take a break bro” and Patrick’s like, “Y need time for my music! Yeah!” And Joe’s like “Yo, I need time to find the fuckin’ art dude I gotta find some fuckin’ meau-metal.” And Andy’s like “I’m just gonna play with some fuckin’ metal bands.”

And they were like, “Alright, this breaks been like three years long. Two years long. Three years long. Three and a half. We gotta fuckin’ come back man. We gotta come back STRONG! We gotta make this shit legit. It’s gonna be fuckin dope. It’s gonna go fuckin sky high. We’re gonna make a fuckin’ record that sails the skies. We’re gonna call this record… Save Rock And Roll.” So they made Alone Together, Light 'Em Up, Alone Together, Phoenix. And everyone’s like “What the fuck? You’re working with this guy who fuckin’ recorded Avril Lavigne and P!nk!” Pete was like “Yo, were gonna end up on the tour with Panic! At The Disco and Twenty Pilots.” And that’s all. And that’s all that matters. And that’s how the fucking story goes.


probably the best and most important video edit out there - credit


this is a good interview in general but my favorite thing about it is that they go out of their way to not mention that the adventure zone is a d&d podcast 


just two guys….bonding… i can’t believe this is my first contribution to this amazing show…

The Dreamer Within You

I wear sunshine on my lips and stars on my nails. My hair is a garden of roses that blossoms in a different color every morning. I drink galaxies for breakfast and use ribbons of moonbeams sprinkled with comets as laces for my shoes. My eyelids are the wings of hummingbirds and my skin, the velvet blackness of night seasoned with stardust. My breath is the scent of wildflowers and magic. And I wear music as jewelry around my neck.
You’ve known me as the dreamer who lives within you and the creativity you lost as you grew up. I helped you discover your imaginary friends and whispered in your ear to create your own world. I replaced your ordinary eyes with kaleidoscopic diamonds and your nightmares with dreams of flying. You still see me in children: the five-year-olds who pray to the Easter bunny and the eight-year-olds who wear rose-colored contact lens, viewing the world as a big bundle of joy where everyone is happy. You wish I’d never left you when your parents fought and got a divorce or when your first love broke your heart into pieces. You think I faded inside you little by little every time your teacher said you’d never amount to anything in life or during those sleepless nights when you felt unloved and believed you no longer belonged anywhere.
You wish you could trade all your ‘growing up’ for just one more day of staying a child. To feel my soft fluttering kiss on your salty, world-weary cheeks as I lead you once again into the world you created and then abandoned. And to help you rediscover the pirate ships and treasure chests hidden in scudding masses of clouds. To just be a child again, nothing else.
You think you outgrew me when your turned thirteen when all your friends seemed more interested in their own bodies than your fairytale stories about flying imps and green-skinned witches. You let the world turn you angry, cynical and disappointed. You learnt that not all people are good and that rainbows don’t really lead to leprechauns’ pots of gold. Growing up had changed you and you blamed me for letting you down.
With every day of disbelieving, I was vanishing within you until one day I was nowhere to be found. Your head full of dreams wilted as real-life responsibilities mounted on your shoulders and left you on your knees. Soon, I became just another tattered memory you remembered occasionally on bus rides back home and sighed at.
But one evening, you stop to look at the moon. It is deliciously glowing and hangs crescent in the sky. You casually envision a Siamese kitten sitting on the inner curve of the moon with its kinky tail waving at the stars. And just like that, you hear me laugh. That laugh you hadn’t heard for years; that laugh that still rang with innocent delight and childlike wonder.
I say to you, “Remember, I’m the dreamer within you. The bottle of rainbows in an ocean under a rainstorm. The sweet clusters of dew in a field of parched grass. You’ll never lose me, you just have to find me. But I’m always there.”

You then realize you’ve been wrong this whole time. It wasn’t me who had let you down, but yourself.

anonymous asked:

Are you kidding me?! I'm a kid, and I love Voltron. I don't care if the fandom ships people, but this is S T U P I D. Even a little girl knows this. I'm 12! Come on. Its a fictional universe. Its NOT REAL. Who gives a care? We all are entitled to our own opinion, which is in the constitution and although you do have the authority to dislike it, you don't have to be a hecking d*ck about it. Gosh darn.

I like you, kid. You’re gonna be an interesting adult.

a comprehensive list on why anyone would love throam

-epic gay love story that unfolds over the course of 7 years/3 books
-complex characters with realistic emotions and actions
-IMPERFECT CHARACTERS, flawed characters, not every decision is the right one
-70s aesthetic
-fun foreshadowing
-excellent writing, you wouldn’t even know its fan fiction
-“"post credits”“
-some of the most beautiful quotes i’ve ever had the privilege of reading with my own two eyes
-my girlfriend liked it
-funny references to the real world and real people
-david bowie
-please read throam

like i could write 3 essays on the way “poc representation” is approached by white creators/white audiences in popular media. and there are other people of color who have said it better than me anyway (this is a good post to start with)

but when it comes to the way whites specifically on this website portray poc yall got a lot of work to do. there’s the little inaccuracies (hijabis don’t wear short sleeves, that’s not how natural hair works, etc) and then there’s yall pushing poc features to the point that you’re literally drawing racial caricatures. like i cant count the number of times i’ve seen slit-eyed east asians or Big Ethnic noses and eyebrows exaggerated to the point that it looks like ben garrison drew it, all in the name of “poc representation”. whether it’s the little things or the big things, it comes across as yall trying to score brownie points/trying to prove to other whites that you’re a Good White for being ‘diverse’ in your art - even though you obviously didn’t do even a little research and no poc appreciates being portrayed like this lol

this, of course, isn’t to say stop drawing people of color, or stop with the Poc Headcanons. its just to say to be constantly aware of what you’re doing. there’s no hard and fast rule for handling poc representation gracefully when you’re white (shit’s nuanced!), but you can at least come from a place of realness - forget the liberal mantra of “more representation!” and just draw poc as you know us to be. or do some proper googling. next time before you draw that hulking brown woman covered in exaggerated facial and body hair, consider what it means to actual brown women with facial and body hair. and so on