kids wearing hats

OC Art Meme!!!

Send a number and I’ll draw my OC:

  1. In what they normally wear
  2. In what I’m currently wearing
  3. In a school uniform
  4. In swimwear
  5. In underwear
  6. With no clothes on
  7. In winter clothes
  8. In fancy clothes
  9. Making 3 different expressions
  10. Standing on their hands
  11. With their favorite animal
  12. Hanging out with a friend
  13. Sitting on the couch
  14. Doing something they don’t normally do
  15. Eating
  16. Playing a sport
  17. Beaten up
  18. As a kid/adult
  19. Wearing a funny hat
  20. Sleeping
Damsel in Distress- Auston Matthews

Originally posted by austonmatthews-34

I literally have nothing witty to say here. Anon, I totally understood your request so don’t worry! I hope y'all enjoy it!

Warning: creepy stalker dude

Anon Request: Do you think you can do one where you are at a store and some like creepy dude won’t leave you alone and you are like wtf and creeped out and you see Auston (and like you don’t know him also by Auston I mean Matthews Auston Matthews) and are like dude can you help I don’t know this guy and he’s following me and blah blah blah and i don’t know this sounds confusing but I’m bad at explaining things. I’m sorry


              You had had better ideas in your life.

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Hat Drabble

It’s a small thing, but for most of Homestuck we only see adults wear hats. The intermission, which is the point where violence and sexuality get more explicit, is full of violent people with hats, to establish the connection with more “adult themes”. I genuinely believe that this is the rationale behind the kids getting a hoodie when they attain godhood: it’s kinda like a hat. It’s kinda like they’ve grown up a bit.

There’s also something going on with hats and Heart. Nepeta’s the only kid who actually wears a hat. The way she encourages people to try different identities through roleplay feels a bit like the hat-swapping antics of the intermission (but Jack has little tolerance for silly hats). Dirk wears a hat on his shirt, which is first off hilarious, but could also suggest a need to see himself as being already complete, already grown up. Like his identity is fixed, rather than in flux.


I admit I doubted it was really you doing all those hecka sweet knife moves on screen, but what was I supposed to think, with all this talk of running into fridges and walls on set, and falling off of cars, and dorky denim clothing?  i was wrong i’m sorry good job

Eric Bittle: Raised in rural-ish Georgia, County Fair Pie Baking Champion.

AKA The 4-H headcanon that the world needs (Here it is @bittlespie)

• 4-H is basically a co-ed organization that is really agriculturally based at its foundation but I promise that it’s more than that, like way more than that. It incorporates citizenship, leadership, and what not. There are a billion projects that you can be enrolled in and you join a club and the clubs meet once a month and everything culminates once a year at the county fair where shit goes down.

• SO ANYWAYS. Bitty would definitely have been in 4-H it’s a staple in rural areas (and Madison, GA has a population of 4,000 which is just a little more than my small Kansas town where 4-H is a big deal)

• Bitty’s projects were Foods and Nutrition, Rabbits, Self-Determined (his self-determined was ice skating while he still did that), Market Goat, Market Beef, and Buymanship.

• Suzanne was a county extension agent (They run the 4-H program in a county basically) in Family and Consumer Sciences which is why Bitty was in Foods and Nutrition and Buymanship (which is where you buy clothes and model them and talk to judges about them). Rabbits were also a Suzanne thing and they raised them in the backyard.

• But Coach insisted that Bitty also show some livestock because that’s what his football players show and that’s what Coach showed when he was in 4-H. So Bitty shows Cattle for Coach.

• Imagine seven-year-old Bitty pulling around a 1200 to 1300-pound show steer around a sand ring (I have pictures of seven-year-old me with a steer if you need to be able to see the size difference). The steer runs and Bitty chooses to hold on to the rope and be pulled around the ring instead of letting go because Coach yells when he lets go. (P.S. The steer is named something ridiculous like Cauliflower).

• The first time Bitty wins the county fair in his division for baking he is 9. He made Suzanne’s famous banana bread because he didn’t start making pies until 10. Grand Champion’s sell their food items at the livestock sale so Tiny Little Bitty sells his Steer to the Co-op and then sells his banana bread to one of the local cattle ranchers.

• Bitty doesn’t actually start showing goats until he is about 11, when he realizes that as much as he loves baking he does it for his mother and his moo-maw and the steer are for Coach. He falls in love with the goats when he is doing Round Robin. [Round Robin is a showmanship competition where the best showmen compete against eachother in every single species (horse, goat, sheep, cattle, and hogs)].

• By the time he is fifteen Bitty has won the fair at least once with all of his projects. Multiple times in some of them (Baking, Buymanship, and Rabbits). The only thing Bitty hasn’t won the fair with is goats and that’s just because Coach won’t let him shell out his money for good genetics like he will with the cattle.

• Bitty also went to 4-H camp every summer and you can fight me if you think that it isn’t 4-H camp where he serves as a counselor

• Bitty has also been swing dancing with the same girls at 4-H dances since he was 13. And of course he’s learned to lead and to follow (but let’s be honest he would prefer to follow because the boy loves to twirl). But he leads because that’s what’s expected of him at 4-H dances and he’s damn good at it.

• Of course Bitty went to National 4-H Congress it is held in Atlanta after all.

• Imagine Bitty in dark starched jeans, well-worn brown cowboy boots, and a button down shirt. He doesn’t wear a cowboy hat because only horse showman and high school rodeo kids wear cowboy hats. Bitty learned to iron because Suzanne refused to iron his shirts when he entered high school.

• Of course Bitty drags the SMH to the Massachusetts State Fair (is this a thing? I hope it is) because the boy hasn’t missed a state fair since he could walk and it’s a lot different than the one in Georgia but the deep fried Oreos still taste the same.

• Most of Bitty’s plaid in his closet isn’t flannel, and sometimes he’ll put on his boots with his jeans and walk around Samwell like he’s fresh out of the show ring (mainly when he’s missing home).


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