Me: *former bookworm who hasn’t read more than one or two actual books in over a year*

Friend: Whatcha doin’?

Me: *unable to tear attention from particularly angsty fanfic* Nothing, just reading

Friend: Oh my god, how do you read all the time??! Is there anything you haven’t read?? I just can’t read! How many books did you read in the holidays??

Me: 😫😫😫😫😫😫😫😫😫😫

Friend: Ten?? Twenty?!

Me: *after going home*

Originally posted by toqaahmed

We are slowly making a change. Even if they ignore us, try harder. We can’t submit to these people just because we think we have no power. Without people to rule, what is a king?

also we should take them off the list to email them lol

email and call, i promise its worth it.


Title cards designed by Michael DeForge, Steve Wolfhard, Benjamin Anders, and Aleks Sennwald

painted by Benjamin Anders & Joy Ang (Ring of Fire)

Adventure Time returns on Sunday, December 17th with four new episodes premiering back-to-back at 7:00/6:00c on Cartoon Network.

The episodes are also available to view on the CN app now.



written/storyboarded by Somvilay Xayaphone & Seo Kim


RING OF FIRE - 7:15p

written/storyboarded by Steve Wolfhard & Tom Herpich


MARCY & HUNSON - 7:30p

written/storyboarded by Graham Falk & Adam Muto



written/storyboarded by Hanna K Nyström & Aleks Sennwald


I have to know this

Does every bookworm’s addiction to books just magically disappear at some point?

And I mean hardcore bookworms, the ones who read so much that they’re sitting and downloading more PDFs to read even on the day before their Math exam even though they know they’ll probably fail, they’ve perfected the art of maneuvering through crowds without looking up from their book, the only way they know of to make friends is by finding other people who read what they read, the first thing people find out about them even before they know their name is the fact that they’re a bookworm, they read a 600 page novel in a day or two max no matter what else is going on in their life and then live and breathe it’s universe and characters before they move on to another novel, they often mispronounce words because most of their vocabulary is built through reading and not by talking, they’ve been called out by a teacher at least once in their life for reading a book under the desk (and they keep doing it except they become more careful and eventually become experts), they read so much that their entire personality is shaped more from the lessons they were taught by the characters in their favorite books than by actual people they’ve met in their life. 

Most of my friends and I were this exact kind of bookworm, and we suddenly aren’t anymore. 

We’re reading fanfiction (Ao3 is open on my computer right this minute), watching movies and relating like hell to quotes like “I just feel like there are so many things that I could be doing and probably want to be doing that I’m just not”, seeing amazing art and wanting to do more art of our own, watching movies that describe our whole lives on screen and wanting to make one or at least write a script of our own, reading a beautiful fanfiction and wanting to do at least something like that, wanting to cook, wanting to take photographs, reading books like To Kill A Mockingbird or Harry Potter and day-dreaming about starting a book of our own and create more characters like Scout and places like Hogwarts, reading comics and wanting to create comics, but we’re just not. We have book lists a mile long and we’re unable to read even the books we have, and the most ironic fact is that everyone who knows us believes we’re readers.

I don’t want a lot for Christmas 

There is just one thing I need

I don’t care about the presents

Underneath the Christmas tree 

I don’t want those guys to own 

More than they could ever know

Don’t charge my bill times three 

All I want for Christmas is #NetNeutrality


the trailer for the animated miles movie is here!!