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I just had the strangest dream last night that Chyler passed away suddenly (like a car accident or something) and all of us were finding out on tumblr and the cast was completely distraught and the show went on a temporary hiatus. But then we found out that she’d been writing an autobiography before she died that was in publishing so all of us obvs pre-ordered it, and we all received it on the same day and it was beautiful. It was all about her childhood in the industry and her mum’s abusive behaviour, meeting her husband, beating her addiction, having her kids, her overall philosophy about helping others, and how Sanvers helped her have an impact she never thought she’d have. I wish I could remember some of the lines but they were just stunning, and it was obvious that the parts she’d taken the most care with were the parts about Nathan. 


All the upcoming Walt Disney Pictures Films (not including Marvel/Star Wars etc) as of March 26, 2017. All the ones with the castle are movies that had no context what it was about. Some I used pre-existing film posters/source material that might not necessarily be Disney right now. After and including Aladdin - they have no release dates. Everything before that comes out between now and November 2020! This is based off the Wikipedia article.

I think about this pre-series Yuuri a lot. 

He’s so, so beautiful. This costume is so beautiful (and he’s skating with his hair down which really fits it), and I want to know about this program!! There’s so much musicality in his expression and pose in just this low res image alone. It’s gorgeous. Tell us more. Give us pre-series Yuuri material. And give us high-res versions of the images on the JSF website, MAPPA!



We see inside of Lucretia’s office, specifically the portrait, and wearing these uniforms of red are seven people.


Happy International Trans Day of Visibility! I’ve come a long way and discovered so much about myself! It’s only been a little over a year since I came out and already I’m feeling more myself than ever! Still looking forward to starting hormones and getting my legal name change, even if I don’t know when that will happen. However, I know that no one and nothing can stop me from being me. I am indomitable.

Sarah Anne Perkins She/Her, Trans Woman, Homoflexible, Autistic, Depressed, Beautiful, Proud

Sorry for the wait, everyone!

The game is on Steam and we’re just waiting for it to unlock. Some things got borked in the approval process so we just have to wait for a response.

For those wondering about technicalities: the game was already pre-approved for us to publish but for some reason it was kicked over to a review queue. We’re patiently waiting for Steam to unlock it and guarantee you that we are just as, if not more anxious than you are right now.

All we ask is for your patience. Thank you!

Ok, But Like...

Bitty doing the “My Boyfriend Does My Voice Over” tag on YouTube with Jack narrating him baking a pretty basic pie and Jack still manages to fumble most of it like:

  • “Okay, now I’m just throwing in some…salt?…NO, SUGAR! Sugar! You don’t put salt in pies.“
  • “You’ve got to cut this doughy bit into strips so that you can…weave a basket cover for the pie…I don’t know, it’s called the crust, eh.”
  • “I don’t…I don’t know what I’m doing…”

And then there’s him just gently chirping Bittle throughout.

  • “I never use pre-canned fruits even though that would save me loads of time and I could actually leave some cherries in the house for Jack to eat…”
  • “Oh I’m dancing now…probably to Beyonce.”
  • “I don’t like these pans I’m using. I complain about them all the time but I think I’m being slick.”

But mostly it’s just him being totally gone on Bitty

  • “That’s not my shirt. That’s Jack’s shirt that he’s been looking for for three weeks…it looks better on me though.”
  • “I think I’ll be really excited that Jack got me the new pan set I’ve been talking about for my birthday…but it’s a surprise.”
  • “I look really good in the light in our kitchen. That’s why Jack has so many pictures of me in here…cause I’m beautiful.”


Ramen hacks 101

Hey does anyone else have a lot of trouble getting out of bed and feeding themselves sometimes? Yeah me too. BUT I’ve basically gotten the cheap, easy, fast ramen thing down to a T by this point and thought I’d share it with you guys. It can be made very easily for any type of diet, including gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian. 

Time: Will vary depending on your ingredients, but at minimum it’ll take about 5-10 minutes. 

For just a soup base+noodles, you will need:

  • A package of cheap-ass ramen noodles - throw away the seasoning packet or save it to use with something else. Buy in bulk if you don’t want to go to the store every time you want noodles. If you’re gluten-free, get rice noodles or another gluten-free option. 
  • Miso paste - I got mine for about $3, and it lasts for a very long time in the fridge. Pro tip: it’s cheaper at an Asian grocery store or market if you have access to one.
  • Stock cube/paste - around $2 at my local grocery store. I went for low-sodium chicken stock cubes, but you use your preferred type.
  • Water - about 2-3 cups for one portion depending on how big your bowl is. Remember, if you’re adding in extras, the liquid level will rise. I’ve made that mistake way too many times.

If you want extras, some good options to mix and match at your preference/budget/convenience are


  • Bean sprouts - super cheap at the grocery store. Just throw a handful in and call it a day. I like mine to still be a little crunchy so I do it in the last 2 minutes of cooking.
  • Snow peas - ditto to the bean sprouts. Extras can be frozen.
  • Onion - I typically use half or a quarter of a white onion cut into thin slices, and tossed in the broth asap because I like it a bit more tender. Freeze the rest if you’re not going to be using it within the next few days.
  • Green onion/scallions - 1-2 will be good for one portion. Slice in thin disks, or on an angle if you’re fancy. Also you can use both the tops (green) and the bottoms (white), but that’s to your preference. I typically use these as a garnish, but you can add them in whenever you’d like.
  • Bok/pak choi - one of my favorite vegetables in the entire world. It can be found in most grocery stores nowadays, but is much cheaper at an Asian market if you have access to one. Cut off the very bottom part and then cut the pieces in half length-wise. Throw them in at the beginning if you like them softer, or in the last 3 minutes if you still want them a bit crunchy.
  • Spinach - just chuck in a handful whenever. Spinach can also be used frozen and is often cheaper to either buy it already frozen, or buy fresh in bulk and store it in your freezer to have forever. Get those vitamins!
  • Shredded carrot - you may not have the time/energy to shred carrots. Buy the pre-shredded kind and freeze whatever you have left over.
  • Corn - use frozen.
  • Mushrooms - slice thinly or buy pre-sliced. Add to broth toward the beginning.


  • Tofu - silken tofu is usually the best option for this, but use whatever it is you have/can afford. Cut into small cubes and add whenever you’d like.
  • Soft-boiled egg - how to boil an egg or whatever your favorite method is.
  • Chicken - use leftover cooked chicken to add to your soup or slice a raw chicken breast thinly and poach it at a gentle simmer in the broth for 7-10 minutes or until it is white and opaque. It does take a little extra time, but you don’t actually have to do anything while it cooks and this will add extra flavor. Pre-marinated chicken is good for this as well (look for “Asian” flavors like soy, sesame, ginger, garlic, chili, etc.). Again, more expensive or time-consuming if you’re marinating it yourself, but it’s up to you. 
  • Shrimp - use pre-cooked frozen shrimp to save time and just dump in a handful. Buy the frozen stuff in bulk. Or, like with the chicken, poach raw shrimp in the broth until they are pink and opaque. 

Additional flavorings:

  • Garlic - either use a garlic crusher if you have it or just toss in thin slices into the pan with a little bit of veg or sesame oil for about 2 minutes, before you add your liquid. I buy pre-crushed frozen garlic that comes in little cubes and just pop them straight into whatever I’m cooking. There’s also that pre-crushed/chopped garlic in a paste or little jars. The pre-prepared stuff is more expensive than just buying bulbs of garlic BUT it will last you a while and saves a lot of time and energy.
  • Ginger - same as the garlic.
  • Chilis - chopped into thin disks. Take out the seeds and white part inside the chili if you don’t like it too spicy. Add as a garnish or into the broth if you like it a little spicier.
  • Hot sauce - use your favorite brand.
  • Chili oil - I got mine for about $1.50 and it’s a must-have for me in my soup. I drizzle a couple teaspoons on top when my soup is all done.
  • Soy sauce - light or dark soy is fine. Add as much or as little as you like.
  • Sesame oil - this is quite strong, so a little goes a long way. Use about a teaspoon.
  • Fish sauce, oyster sauce, rice wine/mirin/sake - these are great flavors but may be a bit harder to find and tend to be a little more expensive. Use about 1-2 teaspoons if you have it.
  • Cilantro - throw the stalks into your broth and strain them out afterward or just use the leaves as a garnish.
  • Lemon or lime - a squeeze to taste.
  • Sesame seeds - sprinkle on top.

Like I said, all the above ingredients are simply suggestions. It’s up to you to decide what you want, what you have the time and energy for, and what you can afford. This is just to show you the range of options.


  1. Prep whatever ingredients you’re using (slice/chop/take out of freezer). If you’re not using any, just go to step 2.
  2. Bring 2-3 cups of water to a boil. If you have an electric kettle, this will make the process much quicker.
  3. Add in your stock cube and miso paste and cook for about 2 minutes until they dissolve. You may want to stir a couple times just to help it along. 
  4. Add in whatever vegetables/protein/additional flavorings above suit your fancy and cook to your liking. 
  5. Add noodles and cook for 3 minutes. 
  6. Put food in bowl. Don’t worry about making it pretty. Garnish as you like.
  7. Put food in mouth. 


Put any leftover soup you may have into a tupperware or thermos and take it to work/school the next day. Or save it for 3-4 days in the fridge and heat it up when you’re hungry. 

Another pro tip: you can make the soup base in bulk and freeze whatever you don’t use. when you want soup but don’t want to go through the whole process again, stick the frozen soup in the microwave/melt in a pot on the stove, bring to a boil, add in your noodles/extras and you’re good to go.


mob psycho 100/ hp au - TEACHERS

ekubo: an unregistered and mysterious magical creature that feeds on other people’s magic. he’s the head of slytherin and teaches defense against the dark arts, although he seems to know more about how to conjure curses than how to protect one’s self against them.
he’ll fight alongside whoever he thinks is the most likely to win. because reigen know what he is, he’ll occasionally help him with random shenanigans. may or may not have attempted to kill mob a couple of times. somehow always gets away with it and puts the blame on reigen.

reigen: a muggle who managed to not only get into the wizarding world but also to study at hogwarts, graduate from it and get a teaching job there without being outed as a fake wizard. he’s excellent at magic theory and teaches potion making. he uses pre-enchanted gloves to do some things that obligatorily require magic, but he’s found a muggle way around many things in the wizarding world.
he uses mob to test out new spells to make enchanted objects that can be used by squibs and muggles, under the pretense of helping him control his wild magic. thankfully, it actually does help. 
despite what his robes may suggest (he just likes yellow, really), he was sorted in slytherin back when he was a student. having the nerve and cunning to get into hogwarts as a muggle impressed the sorting hat!

serizawa: an undercover death eater who works for toichiro suzuki. he was gifted with immensely powerful magic but as he is afraid of his own power, he put his wand inside an umbrella that apparently (?) restrains his powers.
he’s initially convinced he’s fighting for the right ideals but as his time spent teaching transfiguration to young wizards increases, he finds himself questioning everything he’s ever worked for. he was sorted in hufflepuff. he always manages to put any suspicion of him being a death eater on reigen.