my entire winter

I was told that the cutest scene in my ImagineTonyandBucky story Magic Works In Myserious Ways was the one involving the teeny tiny Winter Soldier wearing Tony’s AC/DC t-shirt, and that it needed to be drawn. So I did.

I think I might just die from the cute. Look at that precious little snowflake.


                          We can chase the dark together
                                         If you go then so will I…xxxx

Every New Year's Family Gathering
  • Relative: So what have you been doing during your winter break?
  • Me: um
  • Me: I totally didn't spend my entire winter break cooped up in my bedroom reading fanfiction after fanfiction of my gay otp's nope nah ah I have no idea what you're talking about
  • Relative:
  • Me:
  • Me: I mean I've been doing homework at home as well, i don't know what an otp is what's an otp like for example what's kagehina or makoharu or whatever pft idk what you talking about OH SHIT FUCK

This started out as one of those shitty panel redraws that I always do when I have an art block but it turned out MUCH better than planned. Now I want to finish painting it. 

Thanks to Shuggazoom’s climate being tropical, the Hyperforce’s suits were not at all equipped to deal with a sudden climate change, so they had to abandon them in favor of good ol’ fashioned winter wear. At least, that’s my excuse for drawing them all in cute hats and scarves. :D

I need Midwestern Killjoys in my life, so here are some headcanons:

- Battery City was the Director’s vision, but there were those who were inspired by her desire for clean, corporate perfection. Some of these people have transformed the Midwest’s largest urban center into a utopia of emotionless white, courtesy of Better Living Industries.

- This metropolis is known as Wind City, for the icy winds that blow from the lake, and for the acres upon acres of windmills that provide the city with power.

- It doesn’t get nearly as hot in the summer as it does in the desert. (I think I’ve experienced heat over 100° maybe once in my entire life)

- The winter is brutal, though. If you think you’re tough enough to bear the cold without covering yourself up, then you’ll have to learn how to shoot without fingers, cause frostbite will take them from you faster than you think.

- The worst part about the weather is how unpredictable it is. There’s an old adage that says, “If you don’t like the weather, just wait five minutes. It’ll change.” You can trudge through snow in the morning and come home sweating in the sun. (To be fair, most of us start sweating at about 70°)

- Scratch that last point. The tornadoes are the worst part about the weather. Everything you’ve built, gone in seconds, like someone ran your whole settlement through a blender and dumped it back on the ground.

- The woods are a Killjoy’s best friend. There are animals to hunt, wood for fires, and water for drinking. If you can find enough oil to fry up the mushrooms that grow in the spring, you’re in for a delicious meal. It’s also a lot safer than trying to steal from BLI’s huge cornfields and getting sniped, or trying to raid a grain silo and getting sucked to the bottom.

- Most midwest Joys drive trucks instead of cars or bikes. They’re everywhere, and you can fit a lot more people in the bed of a truck than in the backseat of a car. It also makes it easier for the Joys in the back to shoot in whatever direction they need.

- Autumn is sacred. BLI takes the crops away, and you can see for miles. The trees burn red and orange, and the Killjoys follow, inspired to fight like the trees and show off their colors before they die.

Feel free to add anything, especially if you’re a child of the corn like me. We gotta stick together.

anonymous asked:

so. what do you think of young justice?

Story time, folks.

Way back in 2012, when I was a high school student, young and carefree, my friends invited me to see Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises. It had just hit the theaters. 

Now I didn’t know anything about Batman back then– I hadn’t seen the other movies, and I didn’t really want to– but you don’t just say “no” to your squad. So I went. On the walk to the theater, my buddy gave my the rundown on the first two films and mentioned that she hoped a Robin would appear in the last installment.

A Robin?” I asked her.

“I think there’s lots of them,” she said. “At least three.”

She’d been watching a TV show, she explained, that had two of them. And there was another, in between them, that had died.

“A robin died??” (I was shocked.)

“Yes,” she told me, and she promised she would show me that TV show the next time I was at her place. My house didn’t have television.

I enjoyed the movie, and a few weeks later, I went to my friend’s house for her birthday party. Around eleven, we settled in for the night– my friend remembered her promise and turned on that tv show, which I learned was called Young Justice

Six hours later, I was still watching, clicking through episodes as my friends dropped off to sleep one by one. I was fascinated. I was transported. I had to know more.

And well, here I am.

I love Young Justice.

what she says: im fine

what she means: ive been looking through my old stuff trying to make myself cry because i feel like crying bc theres definitely some built up emotional issue happening here but the thought of me having emotions of love and romantic gestures that i tried doing some months ago dont make me sad anymore it just makes me want to actually vomit so like i dont really know what im trying to accomplish anymore so i put on a tiara and started screaming so thats where im at

“Babe, it’s sex in Paris.”

or the one where Freddie and Meg are girlfriends travelling around France on their holidays.