are the writers, who write back and forth each describing the actions
and words of their of the character they have chosen. I’m going to use
an imaginary person named Sue as the example of a mun.
are the characters being written about by the muns. Sometimes people
prefer to use character to refer to a muse, but muse seems to be the one
I see the most often. In this case I’m going to use Spider-man as the
Threads are the stories written back and
forth by two or more muns about their muses. Let’s say Sue has met Paul
who has Batman as a muse. They write a thread together, which involves a
scenario in which Batman gets bitten by a genetically augmented bat and
Spiderman teaches him to use his new abilities.
is the official storyline of a show/film/book series that people pick a character
from. So in canon Batman never gets bitten by a bat, and isn’t trained
AU is short for Alternate Universe. In our
example Sue and Paul have created an AU where Batman has actual
bat-related powers and fights crime alongside Spiderman.
Verse (or universe) “AUs or places in a
timeline where threads which might take place that are common enough on the
blog to be established things” thanks to @chieftess-of-the-haladin for commenting this on the original post, I had completely forgotten about this one, and it’s definitely important
are the first post of a thread, which set the scene for the thread.
This blog contains sentence starters, which are things muns can send to
one another via ask to start a thread with. In this case perhaps Paul
sent Sue an ask with “It bit me” which started the entire alternate
universe they have that thread in.
OC is short for original
character, and these are another type of muse people have. In this case
we’re going to use the example of another person named Jude. Jude has
created an OC for the Batman universe named Kevin who is a guard at
Arkham who often ends up in trouble for some reason or another.
Three person Rp (sometimes called Three-person thread) this
is the last one, because now we’re getting into the more complicated
things. If Jude, Paul, and Sue got together and all wrote a thread it
would be one of these, and it can allow for interesting character
my friend often asks me for my opinions about guys she’s into, and i’m thinking she actually likes my brutally honest lesbian opinions??
and if ever i comment on a man being gross or inconsiderate or even something as simple as having low standards for cleanliness, all she says is “well he’s a straight guy, what do you expect?”
ah, yes, silly me. i forgot straight men were incapable of being conscientious and thoughtful of literally anything. what a ridiculous concept
my manager is 49 yrs old and will srsly try to have conversations w me abt her sex life and how she’s hooking up w this guy that she strictly refers to as “The Cowboy” and literally every time she tries to rope me n my coworkers into this discussion i srsly start thinking like “you know what? it’s been more then a year since ive engaged in That behavior and i could easily go the rest of my life w/o getting laid, as a precautionary measure to ensure i never fuckin act like that”
So, I wanted to play around a little with my colored pencils, try out some stuff, see how coloring over a light sketch would work out. I also recently discovered that @askgasterfamily ‘s Dr. Bowers is really really really adorable – but also has a really simple body shape and color scheme. So here’s a happy monster with a bow tie and a doctorate! :D
(Shameless self-promotion of my own Gaster ask blog, Ask the Living CORE, goes here. Which I should really get back to drawing responses for. x3; )
I like, desperately want to send the deh cast letters but also am way to anxious to do that. What if they get lost or they think it’s dumb(they probably won’t b/c the are the most kind and genuinely good people ever but my brain Les to me a lot okay) or idk. Idk mates. I wanna do it but I’m too afraid.
In my opinion the sari is elegant
in a very easy way in this decade. Very no fuss, hardly any pinning,
tucking of loose ends etc and just a drape that flows well. The brief
blouses hark back to the choli but the matching blouse and light fabric
make it of the time and an unobtrusive complement to the sari.
Rather obviously the decade loved prints and textile brands seem to have offered every hue and design. As Femina
copy of the time says, “It’s print that makes a colour come alive, that
stamps a character on a fabric.” Plenty of voiles - which contribute
to the easy-breezy, low maintenance look of the time - but also
polyesters and cottons.