gelseybell: Had our 5th song swap yesterday. Such a wonderful tradition! @alexgibby and @buhbuhbilly warmed my heart and wet my eyes covering one of my songs. I adore these beautiful creatures. And thanks @violaseh for taking the video since I was just being in the moment joining the choir.
i started playing "final fantasy 14" last night because nanook forced me to
as mmorpglbgtqs go, it’s super pretty. the almost complete lack of voice acting, even in cut scenes, is a bit disturbing, though. i’ve never played final fantasy anything before, so i feel like i’m missing out on some things. like shit’s going over my head. whatever. i’m playing a dreamy highlander pugalist who really enjoys punching ladybugs and cactaurs and other adorable creatures.
So first, breakfast, and afterward—piskie hunting.”
“I am so ready to hunt down those tiny adorable creatures and give them what for,” said Emma. “SO READY.”
“Emma . . .”
“I may even tie bows on their heads.”
“We have to interrogate them.”
“Can I get a selfie with one of them first?”
“Eat your toast, Emma
I really really love that scene!
I know that Gregg didn’t cry saying all that stuff to Mae but I imagined him crying! This is soo sweet, Gregg is sweet and a good person! (Fox 😂) how adorable creature he is… ❤
Tnx @therealjacksepticeye for playing this amazing game I put in the favorites list ahhh
I hope you like it! I know It’s a lil suck but I tried =) ❤ ohh quiznack my hand still hurts… but was worth it to do it I really enjoyed ❤
So I learned two cool things about humans: Humans have stripes! Human skin is overlaid with what dermatologists call Blaschko’s Lines, a pattern of stripes covering the body from head to toe. The stripes run up and down your arms and legs and hug your torso. You cannot see them without special equipment as the difference between the stripe cells and the non-stripes are too subtle for human eyes to pick up. You will also notice them at if something irritates the skin, as rashes and moles can form along these invisible lines.
Humans are bio-luminescent! We glow in the dark. Natural chemical reactions in our cells let out some energy in the form of visible light. Unfortunately this light is very weak, about 1000 times weaker than the eye can see. Scientists still don’t know if there are animals capable of seeing this light in humans.
So, it gave me an idea, and I will be writing something on it, but I’m also eager to see where others would go with the idea: what if humans met a race that could see our stripes, or our glow, or both! My take on the idea will involve the aliens adoring these glowing stripy creatures. Humans, meanwhile, are really confused about why these aliens find us so much more attractive than the more colourful creatures out there. Their compliments would confuse us. We literally cannot see what makes us beautiful to them.
Anyone who wants to write this, feel free to go other places; love, hate, disgust, confusion. Any reaction from the humans, or aliens, can make a good story.
Screenshots of Cartoon Network’s new short, Villainous. It’s about
an evil organization called “The Black Cat Organization”, the organization is led by a character named Black Hat, an elegant, cunning
and wicked man. Helping Black Hat with his evil plans is Dr. Flug, who’s
a scientist that has a tendency to get nervous. Black Hat’s assistant
is Demencia, who loves to destroy things for fun. Last but not least,
there’s 5.0.5, a failed experiment by Dr. Flug, an adorable teddy
bear-like creature and is the complete opposite of being evil.
I just found out this last night and I already starting to like it. Black Hat reminds me of Mike Schmidt from Five Nights at Freddy’s and Murdoc Niccals from The Gorillaz. As for his scientist Dr. Flug, he reminds me of Jeff. Demencia is like Marceline and Amethyst into one.
Anyway, I hope it gets a TV show of it’s own someday. If we live long enough to see it.