playing with xkit

anonymous asked:

Today has been an awful day. Can you doodle something cute for me to help me feel better?

Dear sweet anon, I wanted to make you a really nice piece of art, but I’m so sleepy that I keep doing that silly lil head-bounce thing. You know the one.

So here is a sketch of a smol chibi Host to cheer you up. 

I think I’m gonna make an “honorable mentions” section on the Markiplier Positivity Pieces page, because this definitely doesn’t count as one, but it’s Mark related AND positive, so, y’know. If someone was like, “I just want to hecking see some Mark stuff that makes me happy,” it’s all in one place.

I’m sleepy babbling now. Sorry, lovely.

I do hope you have a better day, and if not, I hope you have the courage to believe that better days will come.

(I’m also going to tag @markired here, because I know they love this lil cinnamon bun. The more people I can maybe make smile, the better!)

I just started to fool around a bit before putting the tablet aside for today. Poor Percy haha. I hope you don’t suffer from too much falling damage~

dilkishehnaai  asked:


027:“I’ll share the blankets with you.”

Remember my best friends AU (aptly named Best Friends)? Same ‘verse.

“I’ll share the blankets with you.”

“You said that last time.”

Felicity huffed. “And it was true.”

Oliver stared at the back of her head as she scrolled through the movies on her tablet, the screen the only thing lighting her tiny little tent.

Trees rustled outside, the fire still crackling where Diggle was putting it out before he climbed into his and Lyla’s tent. It was their fifth night out and it was a peaceful one; there was nothing else but the sound of their breathing, the wind brushing through the leaves and the soft crunch of deer somewhere in the distance.

And her nail tapping on her tablet as she moved through the movie options, completely oblivious to his heavy glare. Only Felicity Smoak would bring her entire electronic arsenal on a week-long camping trip.

Not that he was complaining.

They’d already mapped the entire sky the first two nights, they’d nearly fallen off a ledge they hadn’t seen when they’d been drunkenly wandering around the third night and the fourth night they’d stayed up all night talking. Which was great… except it wasn’t great because the intimate air of lying next to each other, face-to-face, their conversation dissolving into whispers because Diggle had thrown a rock at them with a ‘shut the hell up, Queen, or I’ll shut you up’ in his tent had almost been too much.

It would’ve been so easy to reach over, to just… touch her cheek, brush her hair behind her ear… to lean in, to feel her… She’d been so close.

Diggle’s words, “I swear to god, if you don’t just get it over with and ask her out, I’ll be the one stabbing you with a spork,” echoed in his head.

He’d tried, once, and it’d crashed and burned when he’d shown up and she’d thought it was just a friends thing. He’d immediately agreed when she’d gotten that little furrow between her brow, noticing he was actually dressed to go out, too damn embarrassed to admit he’d really been asking her on a date-date.

A real date, not a thing as friends.

But that’s what they were to her: friends.

He could be just friends.

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Ten Little Monsters
Ten Little Monsters

I recently moved in with my friend, Brittany Sheffield, and discovered she has one hella fine voice. I showed her my Ten Little Monsters poem and she wanted to sing it, so I added an echo effect on it. 


Day 1: Facebook unfriend spree (*sprees are whatever you make them friends).

Day 2: Back up your computer and your phone.

Day 3: Twitter unfollow spree.

Day 4: Delete unwanted contacts from your phone.

Day 5: Tumblr unfollow spree (you have my personal permission to break mutuals).

Day 6: Get AdBlock (consider whitelisting YouTube if you’re an avid watcher).

Day 7: Unlike some of those dumbass Facebook pages you liked in 2010.

Day 8: General social media photo deleting spree (delete the ones that got little to no love, I won’t look).

Day 9: Delete apps and social media accounts you don’t use anymore.

Day 10: Instagram unfollow spree.

Day 11: Clean out your tumblr and email inboxes.

Day 12: Clean up your computer’s desktop.

Day 13: Snapchat unfollow spree.

Day 14: Clean out your drafts/likes on tumblr and queue them.

Day 15: Reorganize files on your computer and/or Google Drive.

Day 16: Delete pictures off of your phone to free up some space (after double checking it’s all backed up).

Day 17: Mute (“unfollow” on Facebook) people who made it past deletions but you still don’t like.

Day 18: Sit through snapchat stories to streamline your feed.

Day 19: Uncheck/delete music from your iTunes library that you never listen to.

Day 20: Deletion process complete! Take the day off and prepare to start anew.

Day 21: Update your computer/phone/apps/software for updates (iTunes probably needs to update ffs).

Day 22: Organize your browser bookmarks.

Day 23: Play with your XKit settings for optimal blogging experience (if you don’t have it… what).

Day 24: Install Battery Bar (or equivalent) to monitor and optimize your laptop’s battery usage.

Day 25: Follow spree on everything! Go wild.

Day 26: Organize your likes and playlists on YouTube.

Day 27: Send a message to that person you think is too cool to talk to (because they’re really not).

Day 28: Revitalize your music playlists.

Day 29: Run performance/virus scans on your computer.

Day 30: GO APESHIT YOU DID IT! Revel in your supreme organizational skill.