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“You know, sometimes all you need is twenty seconds of insane courage. Just literally twenty seconds of just embarrassing bravery. And I promise you, something g r e a t will come of it.”

Good Mythical Summer

I haven’t listened/watched any of Ear Biscuits yet, but I had to stop in and say that now that they’ve cleared up what’s actually going on this summer with GMM and Buddy System, I’m incredibly happy and excited for them. 

That lineup of guests is the best lineup they could have come up with, if you ask me. Game Grumps, Vsauce, The Trinity, The Vlogbrothers, Rosanna Pansino, it sounds like? Some of the best guests they’ve had on the show. Plus having two days a week of GMM as normal instead of a long break… honestly that’s way more than I would have hoped to ask for.

Plus Buddy System episodes being longer (which explains the article saying they were going to have longer episodes… not GMM, but Buddy System).

Truly great news. @rhettandlink, I hope you have the most wonderful summer. You’ve given me a lot to look forward to.


finally made a pencil brush i’m happy with and did some sketches to celebrate (literally Everything is easier wtf)

anonymous asked:

I feel like a lot of blogs are way too cool for me ?? do u feel this way if so any "too cool for you" blogs you follow that u can't believe followed you back (or haven't whatever) ?

do you mean every single one of my mutuals?

no but seriously I feel this way all the time. I cannot believe so many amazing blogs follow me (a lot of which I used to lurk on when I was just starting to like dnp and was low key obsessed but too scared to actually follow people from my main). 

shout out to a few of them because I love them and hope they know that: @doinganap @ratinof @danslester @danieldaily @astronautdan @fringegaps @hobbithair @donthavetobebrave @fallinghowell @cuddlesphan @cringe-attacks @snowbunnylester @dandromedas @dannyhowell @dantlers @pseudophan @writerdan *insert an endless list of etc. because I know I forgot so many people sdfghjk and I seriously do feel that way about all my mutuals*

i love that the taz fandom is divided r/n between a) people coming up with unique designs for john, b) people drawing him as jon arbuckle, and c) people drawing him as john egbert

So now here are my serious thoughts on the Han Solo movie drama. Believe it or not, I think that Lucasfilm taking steps to fix a broken project is more reassuring than anything, and I trust their judgement. They haven’t let me down yet, and when they made a similarly late in the game move to fix Rogue One’s problems, it resulted in my favorite Star Wars film of all. (Reminder that RO succeeded in large part because of the the reshoots, not in spite of them.)

I never really trusted that the style of Lord and Miller would work for Star Wars. They are good at comedy but I don’t think they can balance it well with the sincere mythology that Star Wars also needs. And knowing now that their primary creative conflict was with Lawrence Kasdan, I’m thinking Lucasfilm made the right move. Kasdan really gets Solo. He wrote Empire and ROTJ. He felt that Lord and Miller were misreading Han’s character and I would definitely trust Kasdan over them.

Lucasfilm wouldn’t have made this risky a move if there wasn’t a serious problem that needed fixing. And Lucasfilm has higher standards for quality and the integrity of the Star Wars canon than other studios. That’s why they have story group. Making moves to fix movies is something more studios should do imo.

So while I’m still not particularly invested in this film, I’m interested in seeing how this plays out and if it makes the film better. But based on Lucasfilm’s past decisions in the new canon, I trust that this was a necessary move made for good reason.


So my cousin’s friend met some of the GOT actors at a party, as well as George R. R. Martin, very jealous.

Apparently Maisie was very drunk (I would be too no judgement), and Gwendoline was hanging out with a really hot guy. Seems like a fun lot.

anonymous asked:

I have a question. How do you think the other UA teachers reacted to learning about Toshinori's injury and his true form?

oooooooooooooooo I’ve thought about this before, and it’s really something interesting to consider. From what i can remember, Toshinori said that knowledge of his injury wasn’t uncommon knowledge among the upper levels of hero society, so it’s possible that some of the teachers knew already. At least Nedzu and Recovery Girl, for sure. 

Aizawa - calm, cool, collected, but maybe his respect for All Might would grow. He knows that heroes get hurt in their line of work, and the fact that the best hero has a terrible injury holds a chilling amount of logic. He’d be concerned, but he would also know that All Might has been doing things on his own and wouldn’t try to intrude on anything.

Mic - WORRY. He checks in with All Might whenever they have a moment to talk, making sure the older hero has slept and remembered to take the medicine he needs. He knows he’s probably pushing some sort of professional boundary, but Shouta hasn’t had to physically drag him away yet, so he just keeps helping and keeping tabs on how All Might is feeling.

Midnight - Like Mic, but a lot more lowkey. She understands that All Might probably needs space every now and again, and isn’t above using her quirk to make all her coworkers sleepy so that he can slip away for a moment alone. She asks how he’s doing, but isn’t as focused as Mic when it comes to questions. When she sees he’s not feeling well, she offers to use her quirk when she things it’ll help. 

Cementoss - CONCERN. He’s an All Might fanboy, after all. But he also wouldn’t want to seem like he was intruding on All Might’s privacy, or pushing the boundaries of All Might’s comfort zone. He’d probably be panicking a bit on the inside when he first sees Toshinori’s true form, but he tries to not let his worry overwhelm him. Eventually, he gets used to how Toshinori truly looks and does what he can to help.

Overall, though, I think that once the initial shock wore off (learning that the No. 1 Hero is a sickly man with a chronic condition that keeps him from working 21 hours of the day can be a lot to take in) they would be understanding and try to accommodate him whenever they could. Offering him seats or fetching him bottles of water or (in Mic’s case) making snack runs to the cafeteria. They also make sure to not push too much, knowing that some things are private. They’re respectful, and always willing to help.