shit heather makes

Things that r okay: liking things that have problematic themes

Things that r not okay: romanticizing/ making excuses for those problematic themes because you enjoy the thing

Dudes you can ship what you want but you can’t deny that JD and Veronica’s relationship was in no way healthy, Our Love Is God is not a romantic song like at all and I am personally gonna blow up the school of the next person who says they need a boy like JD so maybe they’ll finally understand that he ain’t a good boyfriend!!!!!!!

anonymous asked:

I'm the shooting draft script for the move Veronicas mom reacts much more realistically to veronica "dying". She screams and even cried that she wants her baby back. But yeah, she doesn't really.... emote in the official movie..

that scene is hilarious because it’s immediately followed by a super awkward family dinner where even the cat is uncomfortable 

daniel waters said in the commentary of the movie (and i’m not going to scrub through that for the exact quote) that he didn’t think that the sawyer’s should be very emotional as a family. he said that the “well i guess i picked the wrong time to be a human being” scene where they’re all arguing was too emotional even though he described it in the script as the sawyer family being “on fire”. and that scene wasn’t even That emotional. so i’m not sure that mrs sawyer being described as being “frantic” can really be taken at face value. it’s very possible that the performance that made it into the final cut was exactly what daniel waters envisioned. it’s also possible that you’re right and daniel waters did want her to act frantic, because although that’s not really in line with the character of mrs. sawyer, it is in line with the movie’s message about the reaction to suicide

also in looking up this scene in the script i found a line that was criminally unused in the final movie which is after veronica shoots jd she says “don’t worry. these are ich luge bullets”

I often draw simple, seasonal doodles on the envelopes of the letters I send to a friend. I am a wretched artist, but my little illustrations make her smile, and that’s more than worth making a bit of a fool out of myself.

I am currently in the very nascent stages of teaching myself how to do simple hand-lettering because I think it looks really cool, and more importantly, it can be done without using any materials that would cause the prison’s mailroom staff to deem the envelope contraband. (like glue, glitter, crayon, stickers, or marker.)

After much practice (and cussing) here is the back of an envelope which I added a bit of lettering to so it would look SLIGHTLY less like a preschool art project. I’m proud of how the lettering turned out!