the one manhwa

“Sing you a lullaby where you die at the end~” -Melanie Martinez

My part of the art trade with @porotatoes ;) sorry it took a little long >m>.

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SOMEONE FINALLY MADE AN AMAZING EDIT TO THIS SONG

I’D LIKE TO THANK GOD AND ALSO JESUS

@kindergoth

I just binged the hell out of Blood Bank and I feel renewed at life, it feels good to switch up Manhwa fandoms cause the current one I’m in is suffocating as hell (I think most know who tf I am talking of)

Anyways fucking Shell has been serving me instagram model with those damn eyebrows with a side order of severe bitch face like yess bitch and then he becomes this cute little perverted vamp and I just can’t

and him and eric..only one response:

cause that was me 97% of the time that they were together in any form of the matter except for when Eric was hallucinating them b/c I thought that was so fucked up of them to do that to him…but otherwise this was my reaction

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you must be prince charming, 

because when you smile flowers seem to grow

cr. / insp: i & ii

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Me after 19 chapter.

listen to survivors of abuse who don’t like killing stalking

and listen to those who do. 

i read killing stalking, all 13 chapters, in a day - and i regret it. i really like the story, i appreciate the art massively, but reading it was, i feel, the unhealthiest thing i’ve done in a while. i ended up dissociating from around 6:30pm yesterday, to exactly 6:27pm today, and i have no doubt that it’s because of the manhwa.

one of my best friends (has bpd, survivor of abuse and trauma) is frightened to speaking out abt how bad reading KS makes her feel, because she doesn’t want to be vilified or labelled a crybaby. because there’s enough people who lack basic sympathy and understanding for abuse survivors and bpd sufferers when we say, “this is unhealthy / this has hurt me / this isn’t good”

edit: there are survivors of abuse/trauma etc who use KS and media products, other fiction like it to process and cope w/ their trauma, memories, and more, which i completely understand. my point was - listen to survivors of abuse who don’t, and are being disregarded or pushed to the side by those who do.