Me: broke

Rent: due

Drawing: art

I would like to not be forcibly removed from my apartment D8

I’m lacking about 180 some dollars to cover rent annnnnd it’s coming up due in er about three days. So I’m having a ULTRA COMMISSION SMACKDOWN this weekend, finishing up previous requests and taking new ones at the usual prices…

5 Sweet Buckaroos USD$ and you get a B/W pic: Your OC As Birb OR Birb of Your Choice OR Fanart of Birb Characters OR Chibis (Your Character or Fan Characters)

Want them in Flat Colors? It’ll be 10 Sweet Buckaroos USD$

Do I like tips? You bet your sweet bippy I do but it’s entirely up to you if you want to tip, I still love ya regardless.

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Cash Me:$gentlymad (Square Cash was recommended by an artist friend of mine who has other artist friends who like using this better than Paypal. It deposits directly which is very nice rather than waiting a few days for Paypal to process stuff BUT use whichever one you are most comfortable with, my friends, it’s all good)

thank you for any help, be it reblogs or commissioning me, thank you thank you thank you…

Terrible Lessons You Learned from Musical Theatre
  • Hamilton: Don't fuck up. Ever. You will die.
  • Waitress: You know what's great? Adultery.
  • Chicago: Easiest way to fame and fortune? Murder.
  • Wicked: Only pretty people can overthrow the government.
  • Rent: Don't ever compromise in the slightest, especially if you're poor and dying.
  • Hunchback of Notre Dame: Nothing good will ever happen to you if you're physically disabled. But you'll sound great.
  • Heathers: The popular kids were right, you really should avoid the weirdos in high school.
  • Aladdin: Lie your way to a good relationship. Especially if she's rich. She'll get over it.
  • Book of Mormon: Blasphemy and fan-fiction are great for stabilizing war-torn parts of Africa.
  • School of Rock: Lie your way to a great career. Especially if your boss is hot. She'll get over it.
  • Something Rotten: Originality is dead, but that's hilarious.
  • Phantom of the Opera: Love never dies, and neither will this show.
  • Lion King: Julie Taymor did something right.

London still pays rent to the Queen on a property it leased in the 11th century. Every year, a ceremony is held at the Royal Courts of Justice and the city hands over its annual rent: a knife, an axe, 6 horseshoes, and 61 nails. The price has stayed the same for more than 800 years even though nobody can really remember where the property is. Source

Imagine a theme park kinda like Disney but instead of a Disney theme it’s a Broadway theme. There could be a Phantom of the Opera haunted boat ride, a Carousel carousel, a Wicked indoor ride, a Rock of Ages Roller Coaster, The Secret Garden walkthrough garden maze. The parade would have floats featuring different shows. Themed restaurants would include a real life Lulu’s Pies from Waitress, a RENT Santa Fe restaurant, Mrs. Lovett’s Pie shop, a Something Rotten omelette stand… The possibilities are endless!