kinda i

I saw on twitter a while back people were suggesting that if Keith and Shiro could co-pilot the Black Lion they should do it Simon and Nia style! And…I mean…Yes please vld/dw!!! 

Sorry I was thinking of drawing them in their black pld outfits but drawing Keith’s hair is the only joy in my life L OL Someday I hope I can draw them in their matching uniforms together~ <3

Haven’t been drawing much, so take this blueberry trying to whistle


What’s up HOES here’s a furry.

Never actually made an anthro character??? So here’s my new buddy Wren. He’s an Indian giant squirrel and likes to write shitty fantasy short stories

anonymous asked:

This is that same anon who has only seen the anime. I may look into the manga more! It's on my bucket list. And you're welcome! I really enjoy your stuff ~ What do you think about Kuro x Mahiru x Sakuya? I'm curious about that!

Yayyyy!!~ Hope you do and hope you enjoy it!!! AHHHHHH hearing that makes me so happy every time~ 💗💗💗

andddddd about KuroMahiSaku….

IT’S A GUILTY PLEASURE OF MINE. I’ve been torn between SakuMahi and KuroMahi since I started Servamp soooo yeah. But just know I’m all for it. Been awhile since I’ve drawn this ot3, have a sketch. :>


Billboard // by Gary Trust, Jim Asker // November 17th 2017

Todd Cavanah, program director of Entercom’s country station WUSN Chicago, tells Billboard that he has liked “New Year’s Day” since first hearing it, along with all of Reputation, at an industry preview of the album, attended by Swift. “I told her we would add [it]. We still play many of her titles, and this song fits perfectly on country radio. We win by playing the best music available.”

WUSN played “New Year’s Day” 27 times through Thursday (Nov. 16), easily the most of the 10 Country Airplay reporters sampling the song so far; the panel consists of 148 stations. (Among Swift catalog songs, “Highway Don’t Care,” by Tim McGraw with Swift, received a leading 208 plays on reporters in the seven days ending Nov. 16. “Mean” ranked second with 168 plays, followed by “Our Song,” “You Belong With Me” and “Love Story,” with 151, 126 and 69 spins, respectively.)

Johnny Chiang, Cox Media Group Houston director of operations, and who oversees country KKBQ, lobbied Big Machine to try the song at country after Swift’s Tonight Show performance. “We thought it would be a perfect KKBQ song,” he says. “So, all day [Wednesday] I was pestering [Big Machine founder/CEO] Scott Borchetta and [VP promotion] Kris Lamb to send me a clean copy of the song. They asked why, and I told them KKBQ was going to put it into medium rotation, regardless of the fact that it was an unreleased cut from a pop album.

"By late [Wednesday] night, the label called me and said that, partly due to KKBQ’s pending airplay, they had decided to [service it] to country.” (KKBQ played “New Year’s Day” seven times through Thursday.)

Still, others in the format are much more reserved about welcoming Swift back (even with many having previously programmed pop stations). “You know, I never say never, but I get serviced a lot of music that I don’t play, and I won’t be playing the Taylor right away,” says Lance Houston, pd of iHeartMedia-owned WBWL Boston. “Essentially, I believe that Taylor has moved on from the country genre, and, you know what? That’s fine. I like her new album a lot. But it’s not country.

"As she has moved on, our core country listeners have moved on from Taylor, so I’ll lay off of it for now,” Houston says. “Also, playlist space is tight. I have a ton of music worth adding from artists in the format, and it’s not fair to add a pop song when great artists are waiting their turn.

"With all of that said, if it starts doing well at country stations that are playing it, and I see solid research from our base, then I’ll revisit it,” adds another major-market programmer, wishing to remain anonymous, of “New Year’s Day” in relation to Reputation’s overall bevy of beats, “Just because it’s not EDM doesn’t make it country.”

unconventional || jeon jungkook

Anonymous said: Hey I was wondering if u could do an imagine where the reader(any gender) likes rock/metal music and has never heard kpop before yet manage to make them fall for each other. It can be any member by the way

Anonymous said: heyyyy im actually in love with your account keep up the great work!!! just wanted to pop up and (if possible) request a story on how you (a non-idol) would somehow end up dating jungkook but like kinda not too unrealistic ya feel? ahahahahha sorry if this is a struggle but yeh :^)

Jeon Jungkook x reader

Summary: Why would someone like him, date someone like you?’ Or, how someone ordinary could end up with someone like Jungkook.

Genre: drabble, fluff

Words: 803

Decided to put these two requests together as they were kinda similar!! I hope this is the sort of thing you guys wanted <3 (also you’re rlly sweet thank u ily)

I love this babyboy

Originally posted by nochujungkookie

Idols had never really been on my radar. Living and studying in South Korea, it was pretty hard to not be aware of the K-Pop industry, and the artists that were taking it by storm. But I had always liked rock music more, and while I appreciated the effort and skill of K-Pop artists, I wasn’t exactly a devoted fan.

Still, I knew enough to recognise Jungkook from BTS when he walked in, across the room from me at a birthday party.

He was standing against the wall, a drink in his hand, chatting amicably to a group of people. I kept my eyes on him, not sure I was correct in my identification. But as his face turned towards me and the light hit his cheekbones I knew it was him.  It was also made obvious by the extended glances that others at the party were giving him, their eyes full of something between awe and jealousy.

“Hey, why is he here?” I asked the friend whose birthday it was. They explained that he had been a friend of a friend before he debuted, and was eventually invited as someone’s plus one. “Not that I’m complaining”, she added with a smirk in his direction, and I laughed, nodding.

A while later, I was sitting on a couch with a group of my friends when he was brought into our conversation, awkwardly giving each of us a smile. I couldn’t help but to laugh as he introduced himself uncomfortably to everyone, finding it funny how different he seemed from the stage persona I had seen all over my social media.

When our eyes met then, I hadn’t known what it would turn into.

In a whirlwind of awkward conversations and blushing cheeks, I somehow left the party with his number. It didn’t take long for him to call me, stuttering and laughing on the other end of the phone, and I found myself saying yes to a date. It didn’t seem real. His world and my world were too different, but neither of us could deny the way we had instantly clicked.

Things progressed quickly, but I was too wrapped up in him to even notice.

Of course, when people found out, it was difficult. I had friends that immediately demanded to meet him, their eyes wide and frenzied at the thought of coming anywhere near Jungkook of BTS. “You’re so lucky,” They would tell me, envy tightening their features. “you’re dating an idol.”

But it wasn’t like that. I wasn’t dating the idol Jungkook; the worldwide star. Sure, that part of him was important, but it wasn’t why I was there. I was dating the sweet, funny and awkward boy I had met at a party. Him being famous hadn’t been on my mind when I had agreed to that first date.

It was hard to ignore people’s comments though, and sometimes I did find myself wondering the question I had read, and people had asked me, so many times. Why would someone like him, date someone like you? The truth was, I didn’t know. I was completely ordinary.

“Do you love me?” I asked out of the blue one day, my head in Jungkook’s lap. I was reading a book, while he watched something, scrolling through his phone absentmindedly. He stopped what he was doing, peering down at me through his eyelashes with a confused expression.

“Of course.” He said softly, his hand coming to stroke my hair.

“You don’t think I’m… too ordinary?” I asked quietly, squirming under his gaze but needing to ask him; needing to know. “I mean, I’m not an idol.” His mouth turned up at one side, and he shook his head down at me, still gently carding his fingers through my hair.

“You.” He leant down and pressed his lips against mine. “Are anything but ordinary.” He kissed me again, and I found myself leaning up into it. He pulled back with a childish smile, looking down at me with so much fondness and light in his expression.

Jungkook was never one for many words – no long rants or lectures about how I was perfect the way I was, and he didn’t want anyone else. But I could see it all there, in his eyes. I could feel it, in the way he held my hand, and the way his lips moved so delicately against mine, like he was afraid to hurt me.

So Jungkook and I continued on. It wasn’t the average relationship – there were implications and downfalls and times I hated the fact that he was an idol. But in the end, it didn’t matter. We were just like any other couple: argumentative at times, understanding, and so in love with each other we were full to bursting. I wouldn’t have changed a thing.