weh baby

Look who I’ve given birth to. A juice box litter… A litter of juice boxes eagerly anticipating their fates. Poor things. Especially Juicy right there in the center.

I’m officially Juicy’s mom at this point. Should I be proud?..

I’ve decided that I should begin my Juche AU story with a short comic prologue about Juicy’s life in Shopwells before it all got turned around and shit went down in the infamous Dark Room.

Here’s my take on Juicy’s backstory. Our little juicy box lived in the Juice aisle right next to the chips and other snack food sections of the supermarket. Just like all the other foods, they believe in their own version of paradise in the Great Beyond. Little juice boxes like these believe they’ll be going to good homes where a family of their very own will love and cherish them. A safe place, especially away from the German aisle. Juice boxes can be bought separately or with the entire package litter.

Juicy has been in the supermarket for quite a while, watching as his siblings are chosen one by one by tiny gods(children). Except for him. Impatient and determined, Juicy takes matters into his own hands but soon makes a grave mistake. He didn’t mean for this to happen. He just didn’t want to end up alone.

Stay tuned for the comic my darlings. (I’m sad already. What have I done?…)


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anonymous asked:

why you love bilbo so much?

  • Tolkien wasn’t known for grey heroes and reading LOTR is like getting assaulted with the most good and most earnest and most heroic people on earth
  • then there is fucking bilbo baggins
  • who is by all means an arrogant little shit who over values his own intelligence and his hubris is often a small cog that tips the scale outside his favor.
  • and he IS good and IS kind but hes not so earnest about it.
  • he didn’t hear the story of these dwarves and think “i must help them i must be good”
  • his choice to travel with them was ultimately about himself.
  • and like with Frodo, I love that he’s not he man or anything..he’s not Thorin or Aragorn or Logolas like he’s not STRONG and BRAVE in a traditional way even tho he develops some of those attributes. 
  • His strength comes from his intellect AND his kindness, so much so that that’s made to be a major point in the story (that if more people were like him, the world would be a better place)
  • But that purity doesn’t exclude all flaws from him. It doesn’t mean he’s as golden as say…Frodo or Sam.
  • Weh Bilbo is my baby
  • and he was my first like The Hobbit was that book my dad read to me OVER AND OVER
  • so that’s a character that i’ve followed and loved for as long as i’ve consumed fiction.
  • He just also happens to be a legitimately good character as well