july piece


happy 4th of july my friends

never forget

Hey guys! Welcome to ASL Bros Week 2016!

//So you want to take part, huh? Well, there’s a few things you should know and keep in mind.//

[The Dates]
September 17 - 25, 2016

–The Dates were chosen based upon consideration of other events taking place over summer such as OPReverseBang and OPScifiandFantasy, as well as various other Weeks.

[What’s Accepted]
All forms of fanworks are accepted.
–Art (traditional or digital or both), fanfiction, manga colorings, gifs, graphics / manipulations, cosplay, fanvids (AMVs), poems, fanmix / playlist, (if you so choose) fansongs, and more! Hell, if you want to bake things and do em up for ASL Bros Week, please do! We’d love to see that!

…If what you want to make is not listed above and you’re unsure, feel free to shoot us an ASK!

[Days / Prompts]

      Day 1: Memories and Moments

      Day 2: Bonds / Nakama

      Day 3: Those Damn Brats!

      Day 4: Past / Present

      Day 5: Day of AceSL

      Day 6: Day of ASaboL

      Day 7: Day of ASLuffy

      Day 8: How Do You AU?

      Day 9: Freer Than Anyone Else (free day)

Make sure to tag it as either #ASLBrosWeek2016, ASLBrothersWeek2016.
…Please do not tag it as #ASLWeek2016 (this can be confused with American Sign Language and we want to avoid mixups).
…We will also be lurking in the #ASL Brothers & #ASL One Piece tags, but we won’t know if it’s for the Week if it’s not specified in the post or tagged.

…If someone makes something involving a ship you don’t like. Don’t say anything! Just move along.
…If you don’t like the design of something that someone made. Don’t say anything! Just move along.
…If you are thinking about saying anything negative about anyone / anything that’s a part of this Week, DON’T SAY ANYTHING. JUST MOVE ALONG.


If you have any questions, check the FAQ. If You don’t find what you’re looking for there, pick up the Den Den Mushi.


Even a piece of metal can get a second chance. In 1991, a group of researchers investigating the disappearance of Amelia Earhart found a sheet of aluminum on the island of Nikumaroro in the Western Pacific. Earhart’s plane, a Model 10 Electra, mysteriously vanished near the island on July 2, 1937. This piece of metal, a sheet 19 inches by 23 inches and made of the same material as Earhart’s plane, looked like it could be the first piece of the aircraft ever found.

MORE: Why It Took 23 Years to Link Amelia Earhart’s Disappearance to This Scrap of Metal