vivian girl

tagged by @kvdragonslayer

Nickname: I dont really have any

Star Sign: Scorpio

Height: 5′ 8′’

Time rn: 8:20pm

Last thing I Googled: I was trying to see if a word meant what I thought it did

Fav music artist: Jeff Rosenstock

Song stuck in my head: Take It As It Comes- Vivian Girls

Last movie I watched: Moonlight

Last tv show I watched: Uh idk

What I’m wearing rn: A Superchunk shirt and pajama pants

When I created this blog: June 2013

Kind of stuff I post: idk

Do I get asks regularly: no

Why I chose my url: i like puns

Gender: lol

Hogwarts House: idk probably hufflepuff

Pokemon team: rocket

Fav Colors: blue probably

Average hours of sleep: like 5-6

Lucky number: idk

Favorite Characters: I like Charlie Kelly a lot

Dream Job: Running an indie label

Number of blankets I sleep with: one

Following: 410

Keeghan already tagged Luke so @holdsteady, @w1tchesrave, @wildflagsure, @bravest-little-toaster, @eightiesmom, @cryingtosufjanstevens

Do it if you wanna

It’s a big day. Get out there and make your voice heard!

A shout out to @dtv-art ‘s awesome G/t girlfriends, Vivian (small archaeology major) and Savannah (big cheerleader). They’re super cute and have AMAZING hair!

Actually go ahead and check out all of DTV’s art! It’s really really good! There’s all kind of G/t babes, cuties, and hunks over there!

Also, I feel this is semi-worthy of pointing out. In Paper Mario Dan mentions that he thinks Vivian the ghost/witch is cute/hot. It’s a few minutes later that Arin brings up that in the Japanese version of the game that Vivian is a trans girl and mentioned to Dan that Vivian was born a boy. 

Dan had a mild reaction to this and it wasn’t spun into anything weird or strange about how he had found Vivian attractive. I just thought that was a good and solid moment of growth for Dan tbh. 

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 Henry Joseph Darger, Jr. (/ˈdɑːrdʒər/; c. April 12, 1892 – April 13, 1973) was a reclusive American writer and artist who worked as a hospital custodian in Chicago, Illinois.[1] He has become famous for his posthumously discovered 15,145-page, single-spaced fantasy manuscript called The Story of the Vivian Girls, in What is Known as the Realms of the Unreal, of the Glandeco-Angelinian War Storm, Caused by the Child Slave Rebellion, along with several hundred drawings and watercolor paintings illustrating the story.[2] The visual subject matter of his work ranges from idyllic scenes in Edwardian interiors and tranquil flowered landscapes populated by children and fantastic creatures, to scenes of horrific terror and carnage depicting young children being tortured and massacred.[3] Much of his artwork is mixed media with collage elements. Darger’s artwork has become one of the most celebrated examples of outsider art.