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Um, WTF @buzzfeed? I’m sorry, but no. I’ve watched Arrow for 5 seasons straight, never missed an episode, and could easily go on an angry rant about this right now because it’s absolutely bullshit. Unfortunately, it’s 5:47am, and I have to get ready for work, so I think I’ll let my homies speak for me:

@hope-for-olicity @dust2dust34 @quiveringbunny @fiacresgirl @scu11y22 @dettiot @aussieforgood @diggo26 @supersillyanddorky06 @geniewithwifi @bluemorgana @laurabelle2930 and anyone else who wants to throw their voice into the mix!

anonymous asked:

"I love you a lot, but please stop trying to cook me dinner, you suck.” Can you do this one for Kara and Cat? 😁😁 please!

Supercat + 008:  "I love you a lot, but please stop trying to cook me dinner, you suck.”

Kara bounded up the stairs, already banned from flying through Cat’s penthouse windows in the middle of the day. And the stairs were quicker than the elevator for someone with superspeed. Admittedly, Kara had skipped a few flights by, well, flying.

She could already hear Cat talking to herself as she rounded the corner to Cat’s door. The other woman was muttering about her missing glasses. They were probably on her head, Kara thought with a smile. Kara knocked, bouncing back and forth on her tiptoes in anticipation as she heard Cat walking to the front door.

“Look what I got,” Kara said as soon as she saw Cat’s face when she opened the door. Kara held out her prize: a rather large chocolate cake from one of the bakeries downtown. She’d been tempted to eat half of it on her way over, but she hadn’t wanted to show up with chocolate all over her face. The doorman probably wouldn’t have let her in the building if she had.

“I assume you’ve got big plans to eat ninety-five percent of that by yourself?” Cat asked. She stepped to the side, letting Kara into the apartment. She was drying her hands off on a hand-towel. Kara eyed the movement skeptically.

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anonymous asked:

do you ship anyone in su? what ships would you like to see endgame and which ones do you like but maybe don't think it would work out in the actual show?

Ships are not that important to me personally, so it doesn’t really matter to me what ends up as endgame, but I do like Pearlmethyst, Lapidot, Connverse & Rupphire, unfortunately not a super exciting or controversial opinion haha

general-girl  asked:

Hello! So, I was wondering if you'll ever do a book with all the little supernatural comics you have here (and new ones hopefully. Love the destiel ones!) or if you already have one (I don't really know, since your etsy shop is on a break)? I'd totally buy it!! Huge fan of your art!

HEY

so there’s been a recent big spike in people asking about this, but unfortunately, i just don’t think an accumulative book of all of the comics is going to be possible.

like, that’s hundreds. i think i’ve entered the thousands. even if i was to redraw them, there’d be no way i’d be able to print a monster-sized book like that without crowdfunding. and if it did receive great funding, there’s still the copyright issue.

if i had a team working with me from my home, i’d be a lot more interested in the idea, but as it stands right now, it’s not possible for 1 scout to handle

HOWEVER, great alternative, IS GOD’N’GABE and THE SWAINGELS!

Originally posted by lamthetwickster

and of right now there’re 3 physical books in God’n’Gabe that you can get, with The Swaingels well on the way.

right now the online shop is a bit too overwhelming for me to handle,

but you can catch me with God’n’Gabe at PHXcon!

anonymous asked:

Hey mama! I'm trying to get more into "traditional" art (I think that's what most people call it?? Idk I call it paper art lmao) and I was wondering if you know of any cheaper copic like markers that work? And good colored pencils for starterts? Good pens/markers for outlining? Anything (or everything if you don't mind aha,,,,) really!

Well there are some alternatives to copics, but unfortunately those are usually still the most recommended. You can use the ciao markers though, which are cheaper and just as good. As for colored pencils usually you can do well with anything, though I personally prefer aquarel ones, cause they’re a bit softer than many others. As for outlining, I think that’s highly individual to everyone and your pieces. Sometimes a usual ballpen is perfectly fine. I think what matters most there is that it feels good and you have some good control so I’d recommend to try a bit more. I can also recommend to try different types of paper, I personally can draw better on thicker paper than on thin and smooth one. I think in general a huge key to ‘paper art’ or art in general is trying out what works best for you.

anonymous asked:

Hey, maybe you'll be able to help me with this because it's got me scratching my head. I read a fic recently which was very star trek-esque where Yuuri and Victor had dated in the past, and in the present end up working together (post breakup) on a ship (in space). Yuuri is a nurse, I believe. Can't seem to find this fic again and unfortunately don't remember the title. :(

Omg! I don’t think I’ve read this yet!

Anyone know what this fic is?

Stan meets his first alien in the portal, unfortunately he can’t understand the guys trying to offer him a job.

anonymous asked:

Hihi! I'm a loli myself and I honestly hate how people give me the disgusting reaction when I tell them I am a loli. They start preaching to me that they are sexual stuff used in hentai and anime. And that's not true??? Its just the amount of sick perverts out there ruining the image of lolis, they don't HAVE to be sexualized. What do you think about this matter?

Originally posted by phucnghinguyenhoang

I know EXACTLY what you mean.

In fact, something similar happened to me personally as well. My friend had just recently joined Tumblr, and he had unfortunately come across the not so safe for work lolis. He had expressed his disgust. Basically, he told me they were terrible. Willing to say I (sarcastically) identify as one….it kind of hurt.

I think it’s important to realize the term literally means ‘children portrayed in an erotic style’. However, many blogs (like mine!) are working to change the definition overtime. We use the term as a way of describing cute and precious little anime girls (whether they’re actually children or not).

Are loli lovers always the ‘sick pedophiles’ they are often marked as? Certainly not. Many of them aren’t attracted to children in the slightest. Some of us, like me, just like cute, huggable things to make us happy.

As for those that enjoy lewding lolis, it is important to remember the golden rule: many of them don’t think of lolis as children while reading/watching hentai. Those that do usually don’t think of them as REAL children, either. This is why ‘lolicon’ and ‘pedophile’ aren’t the synonyms people tend to think of them as. This should comfort you.

I hope that helps, and I sincerely apologized if I offended anybody. It just needed to be said.

anonymous asked:

HI I LOVE YOUR ART WHAT ARE THE BRUSH SETTINGS FROM THAT PIDGE DRAWING YOU DID ABOUT 3 WEEKS AGO IF YOU DON'T MIND ME ASKING?

Hi! and thank you! :D

I’d love to give you the settings but unfortunately I work in Photoshop, so I just used mostly this brush for it

Another stupid thing about this brush: it was in a brush pack that I got in a digital art class I took at my university and I’m not allowed to share it… sorry

So in the end I tried to replicate this brush in SAI and that’s what I came up with:

As you can see it’s not as smooth but I think you can try blending it a little with the watercolor tool. But anyway, here are the settings for the SAI brush:

hawesome  asked:

hey, shit happens sometimes, so please don't feel sorry for not uploading yesterday. i'll cheer you on dude! i've been excited to find out which au it will be, and i think the wait will be worth it yuki!

Thank you all so much for your support and patience ;A; I always feel so silly because I make sure to post publicly and in advance a deadline, because I am a terrible procrastinator and I work best under pressure. Which, unfortunately, is still pressure >.<;;; Thank you so much for putting up with me ;A;

Luckily, the extra time did mean that I got more time to go over the post carefully, and it’s completely finished and queued now! Hope you guys enjoy!! ;A;

A conversation between Thomas Wayne and Alfred Pennyworth in the Gotham prequel novel Dawn of Darkness, set two months before the Wayne murders in the Gotham premiere.
  • Thomas: If anything ever happens to me or, God forbid, me and Martha, I want your word that you'll be Bruce's guardian until he's an adult. You'll receive a generous compensation of course.
  • Alfred: This is in your wills already, isn't it?
  • Thomas: Yes, but to hell with wills, I want your word, Alfred.
  • Alfred: Did something happen at...work today? Something that I should know about, sir?
  • Thomas: No, it was just, well, business as usual. This is just something that's been in the back of my mind, gnawing at me for a while, and I suppose the break-in last night got me thinking about it again. We're living in a dangerous world, here in Gotham, and things don't always work out as planned. I mean, the carnival always ends, right?
  • Alfred: Yes, indeed. Unfortunately that is always the case.
  • Thomas: Well, I just want to be prepared for the unforeseen. As you know, after Bruce was born, I didn't hire you to clean house and handle our lunch appointments. I could have hired any butler in Gothan for that. I hired you because you connected with Bruce the moment you met each other, and because of your, well, unique set of skills. I'm not a fool, Alfred. I was aware of the direction this city was heading and I knew that, unlike the Waynes of previous generations, Bruce would have to rely on far more than his name and fortune. He'll be a target someday - people are going to come gunning for him - and he has to learn how to fight. Both literally and figuratively. You're my secret weapon, Alfred. Martha and I are depending on you. So is Bruce.
  • Alfred: Well, I'm flattered, Mr. Wayne, and honored. Let's hope the carnival lasts for a very long time indeed, but I promise you that I'll look after the boy, and respect all of your wishes. You have my word.
  • Thomas: That's all I needed to hear.

anonymous asked:

Just wanted to let you know (in regards to that Itachi anon): I actually like Itachi but also get why you don't like him and I want to compliment you for still managing to make him enjoyable! I don't think you write him flavorless, I actually like the way you write him (especially in Reverse) and I applaud you for managing to involve him regardless of your opinion of him! You are a great writer and I hope you will just continue doing what you are already doing 1/2

Doing what you like doing! You do great work with the characters that got (unfortunately) treated fairly bad by Kishimoto and the interactions in your stories are always very enticing! Yeah, this is me just ranting and wanting to let you know that you write so well that even a reader liking a character YOU dislike still feels that you manage to do well by him! Does this make sense? I’m very sorry, I’m not a native speaker: you’re just great and I respect the hell outa you for your work! <3

Ah, thank you! That’s very reassuring, and makes me really happy to hear. ^-^

anonymous asked:

Hey! I just wanted to say, first of all I'm a huge fan of your game so far, and I can't wait to play the whole thing. Secondly, if you don't mind me asking. I've wanted to work on pixel art for a while, but I'm not sure what program is best for pixel art. If you know any, please let me know!

Thank you so much, that makes me really happy!!! I hope you enjoy the game!

Unfortunately, I’m not good at making pixel art… I can only do simple and tiny objects haha ;;

I think it would be a good idea to ask another dev! I personally recommend @virgovsthezodiac ! I’m a huge fan of their pixel art and they just released a demo!

Any of the followers of this blog can recommend a program to this Anon? I would appreciate it!

Y’all

Don’t ever underestimate the power of just saying, “I understand you’re frustrated” to a patient. Or really any kind of acknowledgment of their feelings on what’s happening to them. My preceptor just about got into a fight with a patient because my preceptor just kept reiterating the same thing over and over again without taking into account the patient’s feelings.You could tell the patient felt like they weren’t being listened to. I just wanted to crawl out of the room. Because you may be right. The preceptor was right. He just went about it the wrong way and the patient was less likely to take his advice cause of how they were treated. 

Try it out.

“I know I’ve covered a lot just now. How are you feeling about everything?”

“I can see you’re disappointed about the last medication causing unfortunate side effects but there are other options that are less likely to cause those side effects. What do you think about trying another one?”

“It’s very frustrating to be in this situation but I’m going to keep working to find a solution for you.”

And then listen. Don’t just throw it out there. Listen to their disappointment, fear, and frustration. Listen to how they’re feeling.

The Screaming Staircase in Lockwoods pov - Chapter 1

Disclaimer - I do not own Lockwood and co or any of the characters, or even the dialogue. The only original things about this are Lockwood’s thoughts and the occasional added scene. 


As the two co-workers stood on the doorstep with their backs turned to the outside world, Lockwood rang the bell with a sense of authority. He was the leader, after all, so he assumed everyone thought he should be the one to take charge. In reality, Lucy was too busy analyzing her surroundings to pay attention to trivial things such as ringing doorbells. It was just the two of them; George was still in the archives when they were ready to leave, so they left without him.

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Nursey thinks if Dex can’t understand what he’s saying, then he can flirt in safety. Nursey is wrong. Unfortunately for him, other people can speak different languages.
YALL I WROTE ANOTHER THING!! please go and check it out on ao3 and show it some love once again polyglot nursey is my weakness

annissarh  asked:

You do some very funny very lovely quotes so if you don't mind I'd like to suggest you one if u still accept suggestions ^^ Aokise + Shougo. I wont impose much and I'll let you run wild xp thank you and keep up the lovely work!

Note: I’m so sorry this took so long. I was trying to write/think of a scenario, but unfortunately I couldn’t think of one :( So I just did quotes instead. Maybe if I think of a scenario later on I’ll come back to this post.


[crashing a certain date]

Haizaki: KISE SUCKS BALLS!

Aomine: Hey! Not just any balls! The best kind you piece of shit!

Haizaki: … wtf. KISE SUCKS! END OF STORY!

Kise: YOU KNOW WHAT?? I’m going to go bawl my eyes out!

Haizaki: *smiling proudly*

Kise, pointing at Haizaki menacingly: And I will be back to physically fight you.

Aomine: *also pointing menacingly*

Sometimes I think about the fact that my first callout post was for the blog I made when I was 13. All I knew about the sex work industry was what I’d heard about from other people–primarily that sex workers were often abused by those they worked for and couldn’t leave. Horrified by this, I made a post saying when I got rich I’d pick up women and take them home and then pay for their time as I non-sexually spoiled the shit out of them with fluffy robes and guest bedrooms and nice food. Because that seemed like a nice thing to do for unhappy people.

13-yr-old me proceeded to get called out because I was “being super demeaning to sex workers” and I got a huge dissertation-length post telling me about how there are people who enjoy their job and it was horrible that I assumed all people worked for abusive pimps. I deleted the original post and buried my shame, along with that old URL, but even now, almost eight years later, I think about it. No one talked to me about it first, or tried to educate me, which is unfortunate because all I needed to hear after that was an inside opinion before changing my tune altogether.

anonymous asked:

This might sound ignorant but I'm sort of uneducated and confused about the topic. I guess I don't understand Cultural Appropriation when it comes to spiritual belief because many religions borrow from other cultures. I use the Chakras daily and the "new age pagan" concept of them works for me. I believe that every human possesses these basic energy points so I don't feel that it is an exclusive thing. I don't know if that made sense but I'm honestly confused.

There’s a difference between borrowing from an open culture, where ideas are freely shared, and appropriating from a closed culture. Unfortunately, there is a lot of the latter that goes on in various forms of paganism due to leftover imperialist entitlement. Basically, a whole lot of folks think that if something is earthy or spiritual or exotic, it’s open for everyone to use. This is not always the case.

For instance, Hinduism is a closed culture, meaning it is not appropriate to be using Hindu concepts, symbols, or practices unless you have been inducted into that religious community. While vital energy and auras are a shared concepts, it’s not always appropriate to call energy points chakras. It’s a similar situation with Catholicism. If you’re not Catholic, it’s not appropriate to be using rosaries (different from prayer beads, mind you) or going to confession or taking the Eucharist.

Lots of New-Age pagan concepts are appealing, particularly to people trying to find deeper spiritual meaning in their own lives…which is a lot of us.. That’s why they’ve been so successful and have gotten so entrenched in popular language and culture. However, being popular doesn’t always mean it’s right.

Karma, chakras, the “Om” symbol, warbonnets, mass-produced dreamcatchers, smudging and smudgesticks, totems, “spirit animals,” medicine bags, medicine wheels, shamanism, vodou and hoodoo trappings (particularly voodoo dolls)…all of these things are from closed cultures or religions, and all of these things show up regularly in modern pagan literature and shops as if they’re free for everyone to use.

It doesn’t much matter if we feel that a concept is universal or that we have a right to do whatever we want with it. The fact remains that if a group of people have said, “Hey, this is ours, this is sacred, can you please not mass-produce it and dumb it down for popular consumption?” we need to respect that.

Often, there ARE shared practices and terminology that can be used (i.e. smoke-cleansing vs smudging, poppet vs voodoo doll, etc) and these are perfectly legitimate. We don’t need to steal from closed cultures and slap their labels on things to make our own practices sound more spiritual or exotic.

If you want to learn about chakras, you’re best served by seeking out someone who has studied and is a part of Hinduism or Buddhism and getting your information directly from that source, rather than from a New-Age author who might be feeding you the wrong information.