the little burger king

Sorry for didn’t post anything for so long.
I’m now working on making printed artwork for AnimeNorth Canada lol

Andddd this is one of those print!!!

Fastfood Mascot Tournament in anime style!!!! :D

I really like this work especially Wendy’s chan lool

queenofbinge  asked:

Hi! I was wondering if you had any good Klance Highschool Aus?

OH BOY!!! i have some in my tag too xx

can’t fight this feeling anymore by okanus (8/13 | 40,251 | Explicit)

“Uh, yeah Mama, you’re right! Yeah, Keith is my…boyfriend, how did you guess?”

“Maternal instinct. I’m so happy for you, baby. You deserve it.”

Lance could hear her smiling through the line. He had made a terrible, terrible mistake.

//homophobia

(this one isnt technically a high school au but whatever just read it)

Would You Like Fries With That? by DeerstalkerDeathFrisbee (1/1 | 15,980 | General)

“Hello, welcome to Burger King, can I take your order?”
And that’s about when it all comes crashing down on him, and like a tidal wave of terrible, Lance realizes, on an emotional level, how truly awful his day was. For no good reason at all other than here’s a human voice – steeped in apathy perhaps, but not overtly antagonistic – and literally all he wants is a little human comfort… he starts sobbing in the Burger King drive-thru.

Keith is a junior in high school just trying to get through working the midnight shift at Burger King when Lance staggers into his life. The course of true love is a freaking disaster.

Love Like You by vaziah (2/? | 25,475 | Teen And Up)

Keith wouldn’t say his luck is utter shit. His life has been peaceful- sometimes painfully. He has a roof over his head, food on the table, good grades, and potential for some pretty sweet scholarships.

He’s good. His life is good.

But sometimes his luck has the habit of all but literally handing his ass to him.

//anxiety

Jane Austen Never Wrote This One by Acai (1/1 | 3,488 | Teen And Up)

Keith meets Lance in Spanish class, where Lance pretends not to speak Spanish already and where Keith has no idea what he’s doing.

I was just talking to mom and she was telling me how she went to Dunkin Donuts in town today and they were only stocking four different kinds of donuts, so I made a comment about how they’re probably cutting their losses and it’ll close soon because a Starbucks moved in. The Dunkin Donuts has only been there for maybe a few years.

This got us talking about the Burger King that was around when I was little but went under and still sits vacant, and the bank that was built switching hands for a few years until they made it into a Wendy’s that’s struggling. How Wal-Mart moved in and things can’t stay open, or how many Dollar Generals have sprouted up everywhere to take advantage of the steady increase in poverty. And it reminded me of something I’ve been wondering since I started my second playthrough of Night in the Woods.

What do people who don’t live in struggling small towns think of NitW?

One of the biggest appeals of the game was how close it hit home. It was home.

Small businesses closing, large businesses moving in and then realizing they can’t make a profit and leaving the empty corpses of their stores to rot, kids getting drunk or turning to drugs because there’s nothing to do, old blood trying to keep the place “historic” and allocating funds in all the wrong places.

For those who have played Night in the Woods who have lived in cities most of their lives, or have never been in places that’s represented in the game, what did you think of the game’s setting?

I’m very curious to know. Reblogs and signal boosts are appreciated! Please tell me your thoughts!

How hamburger joints are like adult cartoons.
  • Mcdonalds: The simpsons. A once vital institution that has existed for so long and has become so big it no longer knows why it even exists.
  • Hardees: Family guy. Crude, crass, lacks subtlety, but it knows it's crap and doesn't try to be anything else.
  • Burger King: King of The Hill. Maybe a little erratic as of late, but mostly down to earth, serves the fundamentals and never lets you forget about grilling.
  • Five Guys: Bob's Burgers. Believes in quality and doing things well, but still knows it's a burger place, to avoid becoming conceited or arrogant.
  • Wendy's: Futurama. One of the big 3, in competition with burger king and McDonalds, but not as successful. not as good as the others, but
  • In N Out Burger: Bojack Horseman. It focuses on quality of ingredients rather than presentation, not everyone knows about it, but those who do love it. Associated with California to its detriment.
  • Arby's: F is For Family. Really wants to convince you it isn't a burger joint, but it is and not a very good one. It is unique enough to stand out from the competition.
  • Fuddruckers: Brickleberry. Poorly made and all the work went into the crude humor.
  • Red Robin: American Dad. tends to be gimmicky and had it's ups and downs, but it continues to experiment and change.
  • Shake Shack: Rick and Morty. Most people have no idea what it is, but the fans never shut up about it. It is good, but not enough to justify the levels of hype or devotion.

anonymous asked:

I'm looking for a fic where Keith works at Burger King and Lance starts crying in the drive through at like midnight sorry that's not very specific but also Lance has two mom's and he fights with them and they make hot chocolate together and it's cute??????

here you go <3
- Vallie

Would You Like Fries With That? by DeerstalkerDeathFrisbee (1/1 | 15,980 | General)

“Hello, welcome to Burger King, can I take your order?”
And that’s about when it all comes crashing down on him, and like a tidal wave of terrible, Lance realizes, on an emotional level, how truly awful his day was. For no good reason at all other than here’s a human voice – steeped in apathy perhaps, but not overtly antagonistic – and literally all he wants is a little human comfort… he starts sobbing in the Burger King drive-thru.

Keith is a junior in high school just trying to get through working the midnight shift at Burger King when Lance staggers into his life. The course of true love is a freaking disaster.