Do you ever look for “cringe” media just to see if your own art would pop up on it? Because I find myself watching some videos like those only to see that, somehow, my art has NOT appeared on any of them.
Especially my old Sonic stuff, but then again I was very wary about posting that stuff and I ended up not posting a lot of the things I made when I was younger LOL
Lance gets into the habit of talking about his feelings with the people he meets during missions, so there’s just this group of people scattered all across the universe who don’t know each other but are connected by the fact that they all occasionally take a minute out of their day to wonder how that chatty blue kid’s doing
Find out the scariest moment of your life (that has yet to occur) based on your star sign!
Aries: Glowing lavender eyes blinking at you from the ceiling of your unlit bedroom.
You wake up to the sound of someone breaking into your house in the middle of the night. You call the police, and in your voice they answer, “You are wrong. There is no one there. There is no one anywhere.” You hang up and decide to make a run for it. On your way out, you crash into someone who looks exactly like you. “What are you doing in my house?” they scream. You catch a glimpse of your reflection in a window. You are not who you thought you were.
Gemini: An amorphous tentacled creature lurching toward you from the opposite end of a dark alleyway.
Cancer: Wickedly sharp claws attached to the had of a close friend. She swears it’s just the latest trend. You swear this “trend” is drawing much more blood than it should.
Leo: There is a black hole in the bottom of your mug. It is small. It is strong. It is growing.
Virgo: A package has arrived on your doorstep. You didn’t order anything. You open the box and your own eyes blink up at you.
Libra: A rustic mirror, perhaps hundreds of years old. You swear that your reflection is moving just a touch slower than you are…
Scorpio: You enjoy singing along to the radio.The radio enjoys singing with you. It has fallen in love with you and resolved to destroy anyone who may get in its way. Violently.
Sagittarius: A white, unmarked van. The man at the wheel offers you a wolfish grin and promises there’s candy inside. You enter the van and it is, indeed, filled with candy, but every piece is filled with coconut. Even the lollipops. You scream.
Capricorn: A Tuesday. This particular Tuesday is accompanied by the realization that melancholia will eternally color your life. You are fine. You are fine. You are fine.
Aquarius: One day, while you are swimming, something brushes your leg. You don’t see anything, but whatever it was chills you to your core for reasons you can’t explain. You never do find out what it was, but you often wake up in a cold sweat from dreaming about it. You can almost see it… it’s hungry…
A train. Unmoving. But for some reason you can’t explain, you are hurtling towards it rapidly.
“I can’t believe I didn’t get a chance to tell her.” Adrien
sighed in a way that his Kwami would describe as melodramatic. “It took me so
long to work up the courage too.”
Plagg rolled his eyes. He was floating above Adrien’s oversized
pile of valentine gifts and Plagg was well aware of how ironic that was. If the
kid needed a girl so badly there were obviously a lot of options. Adrien didn’t
care though. The kid just had to try
and get the one girl in the world that wouldn’t even tell him her name. Plagg
was starting to get seriously ticked off about it.
“Maybe it was for the best.” Adrien murmured, falling dramatically
onto his bed. “She probably wouldn’t have said ‘I love you’ back anyway.” He
moaned pitifully into his pillow.
Plagg gave his chosen a deadpan look. “Why don’t you just
pick one of these girls?” He smirked. Oh
yes. Plagg, you are a genius. “Or are they not good enough for you?” He
mocked, his smirk widening into a grin as Adrien turned to stare at him.
“Of course not! They’re just not Ladybug.” He frowned.
“So, only your lady is good enough for you then. Poor girls,
none of them holding a candle to the amazing Ladybug.” Plagg watch in glee as
Adrien sat up and frowned deeply at him.
“That’s not what I meant.” He said, sounding defensive.
“Why don’t you give those other girls a chance then?” Plagg
said innocently. “Surely, that
wouldn’t be too much to ask.”
Adrien shook his head. “I don’t love those other girls, Plagg.”
Plagg scoffed. “How would you know? You haven’t even give
them a chance.”
“Fine.” Adrien rolled his eyes, marched over to his desk,
and took a seat in his chair. “Which one first?” He asked flatly.
Plagg grabbed one at random and threw it at him. “I’m sure
you can figure out the rest by yourself.” He chuckled, floating off to do other
Plagg things now that Adrien had stopped whining.