Yes, Bahorel will pose sexy for you, but he doesn’t have to like it. ;)
I was at the Herman Melville house in Massachusetts yesterday; maybe that’s why this fella gives me vibes of a slutty Ahab. O__o [Edit: I just realized why this is……It’s because I forgot his mustache. Lame! Well, let’s pretend he went through a sad phase where he tried having chin-beard sans mustache, and everybody acted like it was cool, until one day Combeferre discreetly informed him that everybody preferred him with mustache, and he grew it back and this phase was never spoken of again. There. :P]
idk if you're still doing soriel for the soul, but I just NEED to see a underfell!soriel and addams family crossover!! [maybe specifically the passionate kiss they share near the end of the movie? ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) ]
( I debated for a long time whenever to give Sans a
mustache or not, but c’mon, it’s not Gomez without
I am indeed still working on Soriel for the Soul. In fact, I still have more than 20 requests in my inbox waiting for me to have some time to sit and draw them. This request however sounded extremelly important and urgent, and as a fellow shipper I recognize the symptoms of LSS (Lack of Soriel Syndrome) when I see them. I won’t let a shipper go hungry on my watch if I can help it! ( ò_ó)9
In normal circumstances, Lyft’s drivers congregate in a Facebook group set up by the ridesharing company in order for them to share tips with one another, ask questions, or reach out to corporate with feedback or concerns. When yet another cut in driver pay was announced on Thursday, September 25, however, the driver’s lounge filled up with countless “Fuck this, I quit!” posts, calls to organize strikes, and demands that Lyft’s CEO, John Zimmer, step down. On top of all this, dozens of drivers decided they’d be leaving the company in a more dramatic, and cathartic, fashion: by burning their cars’ iconic fuzzy pink mustaches in a symbolic pyre.
I met one of the organizers (who, like many drivers I met, did not want her name shared) on the beach where this mustache burning party was to take place and she laid it out for me as the other drivers showed up with pizza, beer, lighter fluid, and giant mustaches. At this point, she explained, most drivers were driving for both Lyft and Uber, and everyone was really just hanging on and waiting for the moment when Uber will inevitably emerge victorious, purchases Lyft, and raises their rates back up to more reasonable levels. This particular rate cut had been another 10 percent decrease, the third of its kind in September, most likely to compete with Uber.
Lyft, unlike Uber, has aimed to make the experience more socially engaging for the passenger. Drivers are encouraged to be chatty or decorate their cars in themes. This social aspect was even a key factor in some of Lyft’s investors choosing to back the company over Uber.