things i wanna try

new genre concept: soft apocalypse

the world as we know it has ended and mother nature starts taking back what’s hers. there are no zombies or cannibals or murderous bandits. the most valued members of the community are those who know how to garden and farm, sew and weave, treat wounds, work wood or build with bricks, cook from scratch. 

people bond together to begin rebuilding instead of killing each other. everyone teaches each other whatever they do know and works together to figure out the stuff none of them know. books become incredibly valued resources because they’re often the only way to learn critical information. if someone is elderly, disabled, or otherwise unable to work at the same level as most of the community, they’re taken care of by the others, not told any sort of “survival of the fittest” bs.

as the generations ware on, communities begin expanding into small cities. some of the settlements even find ways to repurpose solar or wind power on a small scale and have electricity in some of their buildings. storytellers wander the countryside telling tales of the old world in return for some hot stew or a place to rest for the night, and the mythos of the new world start to incorporate elements of the past. the only thing that remains constant is that humans survive, and they do it by working together.


The Oceanic Whitetip shark lives in the open ocean, far from land in tropical water. Their large pectoral fins allow them to glide through the water and take a break between tail beats, helping to conserve energy. Oceanic Whitetips are bold, opportunistic hunters; largely solitary animals, but are scavengers and will group together in a feeding frenzy if an opportunity of a meal presents itself. These sharks are known to follow pilot whales, researches believe this is because pilot whales are keen at finding squid, a favorite meal for these sharks. Although Oceanic Whitetips tend to lead lonely lives, they often don’t mind the company of pilot fish and remoras. The sharks protect the fish from predators and, in return, the fish clean parasites off the sharks’ skin.


i hadnt drawn these 3 together so i had to change that !!

anyone else kinda terrified you’ll never be able to hold a job in the future because of your mental illness

I’m really tired of faking happiness because I hurt all of the time.
—  Kay

question for anti-SJs/alt-righters:

if you guys are so “pro-free speech”, why do you guys get so violently angry about:

  • people burning the American flag
  • scientists talking to the media

  • cisphobia/heterophobia/reverse racism/misandry/etc.

  • a woman criticizing video games

  • literally any protest against the government/police, no matter how peaceful

  • anyone criticizing you when you say something bigoted
you can’t pick and choose when you want free speech. If you only want free speech as an excuse to be anti-semitic, anti-LGBT+, racist, sexist, ableist, or otherwise bigoted, you’re not pro-free speech. Contrary to what you believe, most of the “SJWs/left-wing” actually are pro-free speech; you just don’t like that we’re anti-bigotry


「 and with those eyes of yours, dyed in a colour I’ve never seen before… 」

AAAAAA I’M A BIT LATE but I sang this for ayano’s birthday!!!!!! lol i wrote this in the desc too but im dying from school so i didn’t have much time to work on this but i hope it’s ok!!! hbd to my princess ilu♡♡♡

I’m back with another rushed hack…

 Connor and Pierre Bellec would never get along.

  1.  One thinks peace with Templars is good, the other…not so much. Bellec hated that Arno tried to be with Elise, Connor would have approved and would have the marriage arranged himself! 
  2. Bellec even used Connor’s work to justify burning the French Assassins to the ground to restart everything, which would even piss him off to beyond existence. 

Therefore, he will be new dad now. 

  • Dazai: Hi
  • Dazai: Heyyyy
  • Dazai: Chuuuyyaaaaa
  • Dazai: Wake up my princesssss~~
  • Dazai: I loveeee youuuu
  • Dazai: My little petit mafiaaaa~~
  • Chuuya: Blocked.

ok no hate or anything, I’m just really genuinely curious and I’m hoping someone can give me a comprehensive explanation. I started watching TWD a couple of weeks ago (I’m finished) and I was aware of TD even before then but obviously didn’t understand the background of it or whatever. I’ve been around the tags and seen some disjointed hopes and theories and “maybes” and interpretations and all that, but I’d love it if someone could give me a good explanation for this, specifically the following questions (all of which I’m basing off the theories I’ve seen floating around):


the assumption is that Beth survived the headshot, being carried around, and Maggie crying over her presumably dead body at least for a little while because they were at a hospital with like….. one doctor who I don’t think was a neurosurgeon (but I don’t remember). my question is: even if we assume that’s true, why would Maggie and Daryl (or anyone really) leave her behind? do we assume they don’t realise she’s alive? because they were offered an opportunity to stay at the hospital after killing the leader, so if Beth was alive and receiving treatment, they had no reason to leave or never come back for her.


if we assume they didn’t realise she’s alive and thought her to be dead (which makes sense), how do we think she survived? are we assuming they just left her body lying around near the hospital? (or, I’m sorry, stuffed in a TRUNK? which I’ve also seen a theory of, which makes me a little ?? because would Maggie really do that to her sister? why? would Daryl?) do we think they carried her out of the hospital only to get her back inside to the people they most definitely can’t feel very generous towards and entrusted them with her ‘dead’ body to take care of? what do you think happened to the body? how did she survive?


I’ve seen some people heavily imply or outright state that TF doesn’t act like Beth is dead but ‘gone’, implying that they know she’s ‘alive’. So my question is: why would they never try to get her back? or even talk about the possibility of finding her again? it’s a huge theme throughout the show that they never give up on each other and always try to find back to each other again, and if they can’t or don’t think they can, they at least talk about that. why would they never mention Beth and the unlikelyhood of ever seeing her again when they do it in every other case? Maggie and Daryl are clearly reeling from the loss, and they have a talk about that, but none of it implies she’s still alive out there, and I can’t really see Maggie just abandoning her sister, especially not considering how we see her determination to reconnect with Glenn when they lost each other. are we assuming Maggie is the kind of person who’d leave her sister behind knowing she’s alive?

again, I’m not looking for a fight, so please no passive-aggressive attacks from EITHER side (pro and anti Beth). I’m really genuinely curious and while I’ve seen several “these are the hints she’s alive” posts flying around, I’ve never actually found good answers to these questions, so I’m hoping someone can clear this whole “Beth’s alive” theory up for me. it’s kinda driving me crazy at this point. thanks!