they did it oooooooooh

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WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY?

WHO IS SHE?

ARE YOU JUST SPEAKING LIKE AN ASSHOLE RIGHT NOW OR IS SHE LITERALLY AN EXPERIMENT?

IS SHE A CLONE TOO? OR ANOTHER TYPE OF MAGIC?

I’m really invested in the idea of her being a Sakura clone but I’m not sure how much sense that would make. 

And why is it “Natural” that she would want to do that? Is it to help Lava Lamp? Or Sakura? Or Yuuko? Or Herself?

Does she just secretly really hate Evil Wolverine? Because I know the feeling.

SPECIAL EDITION PENTACOMICS: HOW THE HECK I MET PTX

IF YOU HATE LONG POSTS, SCROLL DOWN IMMEDIATELY, BECAUSE THIS IS A MOTHERDUCKING NOVEL.

HI EVERYONE, I KNOW I HAVEN’T BEEN ON MUCH HERE (MOSTLY BECAUSE I HANG AROUND ON TWITTER) BUT LAST JUNE 6 WAS WILD AS FRICK.

But first, a little backstory.

A bunch of asian pentaholics were absolutely ansty about On My Way Home tour dates for Asia (one of them me). So I took to Twitter…

It was all in good fun, a harmless joke. I just laughed it off, until…

The memory of my tweet to Esther just flooded back to me. I tweeted my sentiments about it.

Now, FAST FORWARD TO THE ACTUAL CONCERT DAY. Since she follows me on Twitter, I messaged Esther about it (non-verbatim).

oooooooooh my goooooooood 

But I really did want to give ‘em something on their first concert in Manila. So I went on ahead with the silly thing.

I got to the venue with my brother (around 5PM) & had to meet up with Casey OoOo’ (probablysomehow on tumblr/twitter) and Shawn (OHSHITSHAWN on twitter).

squad goals amirite

Aaanyway, being the nervous wreck that I am, I asked them if they could tag along with me to see Esther. And thus begins the chase. (nv)

All I remember was a lot of running. And panicking.

WE’VE BEEN SAVED HALLELUJAH. We followed the nice lady to the actual south entrance…

Welp.

We flocked into this leveled parking.

There were some people walking around but I’m just gonna put emphasis on these two.

We all marched to the door to follow the nice lady but then blocked by the guard. Nice lady took to the counter (nv)…

Nice lady leaves us, goes in the building, comes back with passes.

why won’t this lady let us pass pls lady-at-the-table

The nice lady defended that we were requested by the PTX Team themselves, but lady-at-the-table just wouldn’t budge. Nice lady also said that their tour manager is gonna pick us up anyway.

And then, like a flash of lightning, accompanied by the harmonious singing of a thousand angels, bursting through the door was…

oooooOOH MY GOOOOOOD

first of all let me tell you that i was just awestruck by esther because WOW she is absolutely beautiful in person i don’t understanD (a certain shih tzu would also agree with me on this one)

She greeted us by the doOR. She spoke to the lady-at-the-tabLE. She led us iNSIDE. And everyone was probably going nuts now.

Oh hey yeah, remember that weird bag of stuff? I was about to hand it to her & then leave, but apparently she had other plans…

*PAINED ALPACA NOISES*

I had forgotten what to do, what to think, or even what to say. Everything happened way too quickly. The next panel was the last thing I saw before going mindblank.

are they real

they look like moving mannequins

why am i so small

my thoughts in one tweet:

It took me a few minutes to register what was happening.

THEY ARE THE NICEST PEOPLE I THINK I MIGHT CRY JUST TYPING THIS SCOTT IS SO SOFT AND TALL KEVIN IS SO WARM MITCH HUGGED ME SO TIGHT KIRSTIE IS AN ABSOLUTE ANGEL AVI CAUSED ME EMOTIONAL PAIN I OWE ESTHER MY L I F E

Everything happened too quickly.

my entire life flashed before my tiny eyes

 i don’t even remember half of what i saiD to theM

I proBabLY SaiD SOmething stuPid bUt i don’T REMemBER

(((more or less all four of us might be peeing our pants)))

((maybe it’s just me))

I gave them that weird bag of things, hugs went around again, & then Esther led us into the concert grounds, hugged & thanked her to no end like shaky little puppies.

Too quick. Everything went by too quick. All four of us were dead quiet walking to our seats. Then our silence was broken by just one phrase:

And oh yeah, the concert was amazing.

What a wild ride. This entire post is a wild ride. If you made it to the bottom of this post, congratulations.

Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to cry all over again, thank you for your time.


Random girl in subway:

 “i don’t get what people see in that kpop ‘jimin guy’, i mean, he totally looks like a girl. ”


Me

*narrows eyes at demonic whore, while flipping hair off shoulder* oooooooooh HELL NAW, BITCH YOU DID NOT JUST SAY THAT


tinseltownwhore  asked:

Why does ‘Short Dick Man’ sound like New Jersey meets French Touch? Why does it remind me if Uffie and SebastiAn did a collab? Huge Vagina the sequel

Oooooooooh my god

I think* Justice used it at least once in an old live set, which is how I came across it

[*the link to confirm if this is the actual set or if its just a mix someone else made is broken but in my heart of hearts I want to believe]

anonymous asked:

So, my art isn't too bad, but it's not too great either, only okay. I love to draw, and I know drawing is supposed to be fun and done for yourself. But I can't help but feel discouraged when I work very hard on something and get only 1 or 2 likes on it, and never any comments. I know you're very popular, but have you ever felt discouraged or lonely with your work in this way? Do you have any tips for someone in this situation?

Hi anon.

Hmmm…a bit down, are we? Don’t worry, it’s gonna be ok.

I know drawing is supposed to be fun and done for yourself. But I can’t help but feel discouraged when I work very hard on something and get only 1 or 2 likes on it

It is absolutely normal. It’s a feeling that is enhanced by social networks, places that can give you the impression that your value as an artist has a link with the number of notes you receive. Deep down, you are aware that this “instant gratification” that notes are, can be dangerous and affects your ego in a bad way but still: it affects you nevertheless. Particularly when you see some artworks by other artists having tons of notes and you have none. It’s not being a lil’ bitch. It’s being human and it opens a lot of questions: Why is this person more popular than me whereas we have the same skills when it comes to drawing? What are they doing that I’m not doing? What is wrong with me? Is my art that bad?

You see, it’s normal. A lot of artist, particularly young artists feel that way. You know that comments/notes shouldn’t affect you but they still do. If other people’s opinion didn’t REALLY matter, you wouldn’t post on the Internet (of course, I’m not speaking of pro artists who use internet as a tool of promotion, that’s another problem). You post something and you hope it’s going to be seen somehow, particularly if you worked hard on it.

And also, let’s face it. Receiving comments doesn’t only have to do with gratification and recognition: it makes you feel less alone. At last, you interact with someone, maybe with someone who is gonna become a friend. You are a part of something, not just a hermit in your little corner of he web!

It’s like having a restaurant. You can be a great chef and cook the best beef stew of the whole country, if you have zero customers to eat it, it’s awful.

but have you ever felt discouraged or lonely with your work in this way?

It depends. Much more now, but not really at the start of my “career” on the Internet. I started to post my art online when Internet became popular for the general public (around 1998). I had no idea at the time what it meant “being popular” on the Internet or knowing the pressure of having notes and comments. I didn’t have any means of comparison with other people, apart from some friends blogs (or geocities pages xD ). I mean, when I had ONE comment I was happy, because it was new, because for once it wasn’t coming from my mom. And it didn’t matter that the comment came from some guy from Brazil I will never meet. It was good and it was enough. Not to mention I started to post on the “French web”, it was smaller so having something like 2 comments in 1999 was enough to celebrate and to buy some champagne. xD

So, I took the time to improve, post more and more without too much pressure and the notes/comments came gradually even if I must admit that things changed when I posted this artwork on Live Journal. It was the right art at the right moment and it took up from here. And I was happy you know! Like “OMG! Who are all these people? How did they know about my art? OOooOooOOh!”

But I’m not gonna lie, sometimes, I don’t understand how some artworks I spent two hours on (*) can have so many notes and some artworks I spent more than 20 hours on were judged “mew” by my followers. I want to pull my hair and I’m like “COME ON!! It’s just a sketch!!”, ha! ha! It’s not an exact science and it can be frustrating. I keep repeating myself that I don’t care about notes, that I don’t draw for notes but sometimes it affects me. Rarely, but it happens. Why? Because I’m a human being, not a machine. And also I don’t have the popularity of a SUPER famous artists who hardly interacts with their crowd due to a lack of time and who pays less attention to all this. However, I’m happy that this kind of feeling is affecting me now and not when I started as an artist or even when I started to post on the Internet. It can be really devastating, particularly when you are a beginner, it can create a lot of questioning, a lot of frustrations. Doubts. It can also affect your confidence and your self esteem and it definitely shouldn’t. Whatever happens: never stop drawing, never stop posting.

(*) Two hours being nothing for me ^^;;

Do you have any tips for someone in this situation?

It depends on what platform you are but I’m sure that tagging properly is the key. The five first tags are important so forget about stuff “#socute” or “#myart”. So if you post fandom stuff, be precise: the name of the ship, the name of the fandom + the name of the actors and it should be good. If it’s not something fandom related, “illustration”, “art” (and not myart), “landscape”, etc..is a good start. Now that I think about it…

I posted this lists of advice on how to become more popular on Tumblr.

However, if you are on Live Journal, it’s good to sign up to challenges. I don’t know what is popular in your fandom but in the Spn fandom for instance if you want people to notice you, the SPNJ2 Big Bang, the SPN Reverse Bang or The Dean/Cas Big Bang are not bad at all.

Voilà! Whatever happens, don’t lose hope, draw, post, the notes will come one way or another!