si fun


I hope their relationship progresses to big sis and lil bro always making fun of each other vibe


I had a few others tell me that they wanted to see a few more NITW characters in my mspaint doodle dump, so here we have Casey Hartley, Jackie, and Steve Scriggins… Also the lyrics aren’t really voicecanons… Just songs I can see them listen to (Casey’s songs is ‘Don’t Repeat’ By The Offspring, Jackie’s is ‘The Greatest’ by Sia, and Scriggin’s is ‘Coming in Hot’ by Hollywood Undead). 

So I drew Casey because I thought it would be a fun practice, but I completely forgot that Jackie and Scriggins were also in my story too, so I just had to draw them out real quick… Yup. Enjoy Peeps. 

((Also I have to tag @askhartley @effcults @scrigginisms and @transgoatjackie because they are my favorite bloggers and they are doing a good job and this is also kind of like a little tribute for them? You guys rock! ))
( ˊᵕˋ )♥♥

INTP: you know what makes me furious?

INFP: what?

INTP: when people force you to do things… but without telling you. You know?

INFP: OMG yes when they force you to do things in a implicit way! I hate it.

INTP: yes exactly, and when you just have to do things cause it’s “what society expects.” Ugh

*ENFJ listens to conversation*

ENFJ: INTP you will have to go to prom anyway. You are my date, remember?

INTP: I was just thinking… I WONT GO.

ENFJ: it will be fun!

INTP: *sarcastically cries*

A big happy belated birthday to @tokivi !

The Functions and Writing Fictional Stories
  • **How much of the subjects/themes of each function gets used in writing will vary, and mostly depend on how developed the function is; and/or where it lies in the type's function stack.**
  • Fe: May implement strong humanitarian themes and/or undertones within their stories. Revolutions, riots, and uprisings included. They'll take care not to accidentally offend any of their readers, and consider their audience's feelings a lot when writing.
  • Fi: May focus most on character development and defining their characters as much as they can. Self-Discovery journeys, whether symbolic or literal, may be present as well. They might be more interested in writing how they feel about their planned stories' themes/subjects and not be concerned as much about their audience.
  • Ne: Will focus on multiple themes and possibilities in their stories, whether for good or bad. The good writers manage these multiple focuses without it being overwhelming, and keep the fictional ideas and themes consistent. There might be symbolic undertones of their characters exploring these possibilities, however, if the Ne writer decides to go for subtlety and symbolism in their stories.
  • Ni: Will focus on one or two themes in their stories and plan extremely far ahead with the world they're using. Foreshadowing, symbolism, and subtlety are likely routes they follow in their writing. They'll also most likely write about their inner worlds, dreams, and imaginations; in which they build upon in their own minds.
  • Se: Adventure and action galore! The focus will be on living in the moment and taking risks, which might be how they'll write as well. Their stories may include more physically pleasing themes such as providing the reader with believable and artistic visuals that satisfy the senses. Improvisation and/or retcons might be common amongst Se-written stories.
  • Si: Draw inspiration from the valuable traditions and cultures that they grew up with or learned about from real life history. Whatever writing techniques or themes worked in the past, they will use again in the present. They have a strong memory of their personal history and practices; and may instead implement that into their stories. May most enjoy taking writing inspiration from old stories that they, their family, and/or their culture/society grew up with and shared for generations.
  • Te: The planning/organization process for their stories consists of various checklists, limitations, and multiple changes of concepts to make sure things make as much concrete sense as possible. Will likely make their own rules on how the world of their stories work by drawing inspiration from other fictional worlds and their believable natural laws. If not fictional worlds, they include real world natural laws into their stories. They often, if not always, consider the consequences and aftermaths of each and every action in their stories.
  • Ti: The planning/organization process for their stories consists of laying out their internal models, and applying abstract yet objective logistics to the systems of their stories. Will set up categories for the various pieces they're using for their stories, and make certain there aren't inconsistencies within their fictional systems. May use a lot of what they've learned thus far for what they're writing.