stuff found on my hard drive

Okay, let’s start with how extremely adorable Jughead is. Like, he cares so much about the drive-in and as we found out, the place was literally his home. Like, someone protect my son please. And he tried so hard to save it, talking to the mayor, talking to Fred and handing out flyers and stuff. Forget Archie and that love triangle, this is the important story here.

Speaking of Fred and Archie, look how nice Fred was to that fucking pedophile. Like, he was complimenting her, inviting her to dinner and being such a great guy and that bitch is just sleeping with his son. Ugh. I hate her. 

Betty keeping a diary is so cliche™ but I love it lmao. 

I AM SO HERE FOR BETTY, RONNIE AND JUGHEAD HANGING OUT. Kevin’s okay too, I guess. Still haven’t decided if I like him or not. I mean, he’s funny and all but idk he just feels way too stereotypical and I’m still most certainly not over the biphobia. But maybe he isn’t really biphobic and that was a one time thing bc how else would Betty and Veronica, who are both obviously bisexual still be friends with him? Idk man. 

Cheryl, I love you for being a bitch but damn you just got your ass handed to you by Hermione Lodge, who is just as much of a goddess as her daughter. 

Betty calling out Archie on his shit 👏 👏👏

but like she was so…good about it?? Like she got her point across but didn’t immediately threaten to tell and stuff. And, Archie, honey, how could Ronnie even back you up? Firstly, what you’re doing ain’t cool and secondly, that’s her girlfriend you’re arguing with so ??? 


Where can I sign a petition to get rid of Alice Cooper? 


Betty questioning Grotesque Garbage is   👌 👌 👌 she was really good at that too honestly I just really love Betty Cooper man. 


“I don’t think of my students that way” lmao bitch stop lying

Jughead being a rebel with a cause is my aesthetic. And awww, he’s talking about himself and his family for once. This boy must be protected at all costs.. 

Archie, wtf are you trying to do, telling Betty to stay out of it? She’s literally doing what’s best for you like smh man shut up. 

BETTY AND VERONICA BEING DETECTIVE GIRLFRIENDS IS MY JAM. Like, seriously, they have so much chemistry like just let Bernoica happen man. It’s literally already canon. 

I would sell my soul to Satan and sell my body on the black market to make Beronica canon. 

I’m fully aware I’m being queerbaited but Betty and Ronnie are just. so. goddamn. cute. 

‘Jennifer Gibson’. THAT BITCH.

She has a gun in the car. THAT FUCKING BITCH. SHE’S THE KILLER!!!11!

Alice, wtf is wrong with you. Fred is a chill parent. He isn’t going to tell his son to stop talking to his best friend just ‘cause you’re a psycho who wants to control her daughter.

Okay, but like I really love Hermione and Veronica’s relationship it’s so good and–WAIT A SEC THEY’RE BUYING THE DRIVE-IN. Why must you crush Jughead’s happiness?  I TRUSTED YOUR HERMIONE.

Omg Alice saw the gun oops shit shit shit (betty what were you thinking hiding it in your fucking drawer smh girl). Wow, Alice just hit a new low. It’s not cool to read your daughter’s diary 

I would have felt bad after learning about Grundy’s backstory but my obvious hate for prevented that from happening thank god. 


Let’s talk about the drive-in.

Poor Juggie god I feel so bad for him Archie where are you your boyfriend needs you


Veronica Lodge is like fine wine. She gets better and better the longer she exists. 

I kinda sorta weirdly like the Veronica-Cheryl-Kevin squad?? They can be the ‘burn you to a crisp’ squad.

Ooh, Kevin’s got a new hottie. Also, did I mention I really love Kevin’s dad? He’s so nice.

YAS KEVIN GET SOME (My feelings are so conflicted like I want to support Kevin because he’s the only important, openly LGBTQ+ character on the show so far but like, something’s just off about him) 

Archie, please never speak to Grun–OH. HE’S LEAVING HER. YES ARCHIE YES YES YES–OH WAIT. OH NO. 


Alice why tf do you have to stick your nose where it doesn’t belong? 

Man, I feel bad for Fred. 

Archie, don’t defend that woman, please. She deserves it. 

Such drama much intense very wow. 

Oh no. My bby Betty is crying FUCK YOU ALICE. 

Okay, I know there’s probably some people sad about Grundy after her backstory but we got nothing but good stuff immediately after she left? 

Fred and Archie having a moment 👌 👌 👌 (I mean, I feel bad that Archie cried and that he was upset but it had to be done) 

Betty finally standing up to her asshole of a mother  👌 👌 👌 (I still kind of think that Betty is actually Polly but idk) 

A cute scene between Betty and Archie  👌 👌 👌

The scene where Veronica confronts her mom was certainly…something.


Grundy is like a bag of opened chips. She gets worse the longer she exists. Archie, you could not have been more wrong when you said she wasn’t a child predator. I already feel bad for that poor new kid victim of hers. 

On the whole, this was a really, really good episode. I give it a 9 out of 10, but that’s because my queen Josie wasn’t in it and there was not enough Jughead and Archie and there was way too much Archie and Grundy interaction but hey, at least she’s gone now. 

God, I’m literally crying over Jughead. The picture with him and his sister (who tf named them Jughead and Jellybean tho) was so adorable and so sad. My poor child. 



Also, I would just like to add, Betty is the best friend anyone could ever have and she needs to be appreciated more. 

So, what do you guys think? What do you agree and disagree with me on? Let’s talk! Reblog this while adding your notes or send in an ask (PLEASE SEND ME ASKS) or send me a message or something and I will see y’all next week.

anonymous asked:

Are you okay?

(Sorry that I worried you guys. I didn’t mean to just disappear all of a sudden. I left college and headed home and the wi-fi there is very iffy. I was planning on working on this stuff more while I was at home, but found that I just ended up working and prepping for next semester of college. I’m here now. Back at college. I’m trying to get back into the groove of drawing these guys as I haven’t done it in a while.) 

(So, asking them questions or roleplaying or whatever you feel like doing would really help. I’ve also got a few mental disabilities that makes it difficult to remember stuff or stay excited about something. So that also had a part in why I stayed quiet for so long. And another thing is the hard drive that had all my pixel pictures of the two got all screwy, so I can’t use those for now until my dad extracts them for me. But I feel like I should be drawing more for asks anyway. It’d be more fun. So, I’m not fully back, but I’ll try to be.)

(Thanks for being patient, guys.)

Meet Kylie.

Stuff I Like: Live music, social media, “Gilmore Girls”, pretty much all animals but especially dogs and cats and otters, screenwriting, Sarah Dessen books, TWLOHA (obviously), traveling, movies, war history, band merch, New York City, feminism, bagels, iced coffee, long drives, pumpkin-flavored foods, online shopping, pop culture trivia, tea, and talking about Taylor Swift.

Why I’m Here: Music is my biggest passion, and TWLOHA understands the honesty that can be found in a song. I’d already seen musicians wearing TWLOHA shirts for years when, in high school, I began dealing with depression and anxiety myself. In those hard moments, I already knew that I could turn to TWLOHA for hope and support, and that meant so much to me. I’m here because TWLOHA isn’t afraid to talk about things that aren’t normally talked about, and because that saves lives. I’m here because I want others to know that hope is real, help is real, recovery is possible, and life is worth living.

I would most likely stuff the office fridge with: Vanilla-flavored Dr. Pepper, cucumbers, pears, salsa, and cheese. Lots of cheese.

If my music is on, I’m most likely listening to: Twenty One Pilots, Taylor Swift, Sylvan Esso, A Silent Film, Third Eye Blind, Beastie Boys, Ed Sheeran, The 1975, Paramore, Frightened Rabbit, The National, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Sleater-Kinney, The Julie Ruin, Dashboard Confessional, Sara Bareilles, Johnny Cash, Bruce Springsteen, The Civil Wars, Flobots, Jack Johnson, and so many others I could go on for hours.

Outside of the office, I’m most likely: Trying to get myself to sit down and actually finish my screenplay, watching Netflix, asking people if I can pet their dogs, creating way too many Spotify playlists, going to the movies by myself, or thinking about how long I need to wait to get my first tattoo so my parents don’t freak out. 

If you could be best friends with anyone, who would it be and why?

It would absolutely be Taylor Swift because let’s be real - she’s the coolest. She’s wise beyond her years, immensely talented, and takes great care of her friends. And her cats are as precious as she is.

Hello 😊 My name is Cree. I’m 20 years old (though tbh when people ask I always say 19) and live in Stratford (small town nearish Toronto, home to Justin Bieber and some really bomb theatre). This Saturday I am seeing Taylor in Toronto! Thanks to some amazingly generous people in my life, I jus found out yesterday that I also get to see her Friday!

I know everybody here loves Taylor (how is it humanly possible not to love her) and everyone has such beautiful stories about how she’s touched their lives in some way. I thought I would share mine, as I think it’s so inspiring when I read your stories; it reminds me I’m not alone and it reminds me that everyone is going through hard stuff, so it’s so important to be kind.

ANYWAY: I first heard of Taylor when I was 11 years old and driving with my mum. Tim McGraw came on the radio, and I remember loving her voice and the story she told with it. I had no idea, in that moment, the kind of impact Taylor would have on me over the next 9 years. I remember being so amazed that an artist whom I had never spoken to, could speak so personally to me. It was like she had read pages of my diary and was writing songs about how I felt. I had never felt so connected to a singer’s music before, and the fact that Taylor radiates kindness and warmth made me feel so connected to her as a person as well.

Over the next few years, I loved Taylor immensely and was so thankful to have her in my life, but it wasn’t until high school that I realized just how lucky I was; I’ve always been different, always been aware I was different in some way, but could never place my finger on what this difference was. The year I started grade nine, I began to be aware that this difference resided in the fact that while all my friends had crushes on boys, the only people I’d ever had feelings for were girls. This realization, which was devastating and terrifying to me, came at a time when I had a falling out with one of my best friends. This, coupled with trying to suppress the fact that I was a lesbian and the pressures of beginning high school, led me to a pretty dark place. I don’t like to go into detail about that time in my life, but I was horribly unhappy and felt incredibly isolated. I battled with a lot of self hatred and internalized shame that manifested itself in me being very unkind to myself, mentally and physically.

Throughout all of this, the one person I could always count on was Taylor. This might sound melodramatic, but I know most people will understand this. Her music, the things she sung about, her positivity and optimism and compassion made me feel as though I was never alone. I kept a diary during that time and used to write letters to Taylor; I would tell her about my day, tell her things I didn’t feel like I could tell anyone else. I knew that she would never read them, but just having an outlet for those things helped me so much.

I am 20 now. I came out to my friends and family over the course of this past year. They have been amazingly supportive and wonderful. I am still dealing with the aftermath of a lot of the stuff I talked about earlier, but the sense of freedom and liberation I feel is unlike anything I could have imagined. Taylor has helped me to achieve this point in my life. She has made me have a kinder, more open heart. She taught me it is okay to be different, as long as you’re being yourself. She taught me to never settle for less than I deserve, she taught me the importance of humility and hard work.

I am not sure where I would be without Taylor, but I do know that my life, and the world in general, is a much better place for having her exist in it. Your song Clean has been my motto for the past (almost) year. Anytime I feel like I could slip back into a bad place, I play it on repeat until I feel better. I cannot wait to hear you sing it, though I feel bad for anyone who is around me cause you know I’ll be hysterical the entire time.

You have helped me in more ways than I know how to say, and for this I am grateful in more ways than I can voice. I love you Taylor & can’t wait to see you this weekend! (((I HAVE BEEN WAITING SO LONG TO SAY THAT!!!!!)