My first ever live show and it was to @markiplier You’re welcome tour. I got center seats in VIP and everything (hell I even stood on a chair in the middle of screaming). Tonight was amazing and totally worth the wait. I still remember when Mark first said he wanted to do an Improv show after seeing the Game Grumps. I’m so happy and proud of him. He’s come so far. Not to mention the excitement of seeing the old gang and new gang together LIVE didn’t make the night even more exciting!
Tonight will stay with me forever. Thank you, Mark.
whoa okay so how do you think that conversation went when RJ went back to their boys with newfound gender identity knowledge
because ten to one Stephen and Ollie and Johnny were like “oh my god WHAT IF I’M NOT A BOY WE HAVE TO TEST THIS” and they all spent days trying different pronouns to see if it Felt Right and poring over RJ’s zine and Having Revelations
Stephen DEFINITELY whipped out a dress and threw it on, like, immediately because “gendered clothing is a conspiracy I ALWAYS KNEW IT” and Johnny went around spreading the word that RJ’S PRONOUNS ARE THEY/THEM, IT’S A THING, LOOK IT UP KIDS, I’M BEING DISRUPTIVE FOR A GOOD CAUSE THIS TIME MISS BAXTER, and god help you if you forgot and misgendered RJ, Ollie would LOOM, they all fought so many kids that week
And eventually all three were like “sorry dude I think I’m still a boy” and RJ was like “obviously that is okay” and it took them all a little while to unlearn subconscious things
that’s how Johnny got his heart shirt! because he saw it in a store or something and for ½ a second was like “nope I’m not allowed to wear that it’s a girl shirt” and then he remembered “oh right clothing is arbitrarily constructed symbols and gender stereotypes are fascism and my friends will love me no matter what” and so he took the shirt
Im still bummed that the old gang wont be the companions for the 20th movie. So to let out my sadness, I attempted to draw Misty in the movie’s style (in the same format of the character profiles haha)
This is a frightened city. Over these houses, over these streets hangs a pall of fear. Fear of a new kind of violence which is terrorizing the city. Yes, gangs of old ladies attacking defenseless, fit young men.