• Psychic:*reads mind*
  • Me:Motherfucking Jesse Eisenberg Jesus Christ fuck dude Motherfucking Facebook movie bullshit jesus can you fucking believe this shit
  • God damn created facebook and fucking lawyers and shit right fucking winkle boss twins god damn rowing the boat fuck your shit I can't even fucking believe this shit are you seeing this shit fuck I just watched this shit fuck Jesse Eisenberg man.
  • Mother fucking spiderman spiderman you put in the time fuck put in the time mother fucking built shit with his bare hands mother fucking best friend shit Jesse Eisenberg.
  • No man I'll just talk about the facebook movie all day shit man you have to be so interested in the shit I have to say about the facebook movie fuck dude I just watched it a year and a half ago fuck Jesse Eisenberg man he fucked over spiderman crazy wrinkle boss twins rowing trent resin or did the soundtrack fuck this guy who invented facebook I don't like die I can't think of who the fuck invented facebook all I can think of is the guy who played the guy who invented facebook who the fuck invented facebook.
  • Psychic:What the fuck

— a good hyung. —
pairing: jimin/jungkook. 
length: drabble (~950w). rating: pg. 

author’s note: heyo so here’s yet another kookie bday drabble! this time it’s canon and inspired by jimin’s more than obvious thirst for his (now legal) maknae. click here for the taekook ver!!

Jeongguk was going to be alone on his birthday, and it was all his own fault.

Well, sort of.

He cursed himself repeatedly as he marched down the Big Hit hallways, determined to get back to their dorms and bury himself in a pile of video-games. There was truly only one person he wanted by his side, and he’d made it pretty clear that his attention was (falsely) unwanted. Don’t get him wrong - the maknae more than enjoyed the company of his bandmates; Taehyung’s careless humour, Hoseok’s unfazed vibrance, Yoongi’s discreet way of taking care of him, Jin’s cooking, and even Namjoon’s not-so-discreet sarcasm and occasional condescension. He loved them all. By their third year post-debut together, Jeongguk thought of them as family as much as his own kin.

All of them except one.

Park fucking Jimin. Scratching barely over 170 cm and now sporting chocolate locks, the damn vocalist had the audacity to be the cutest and yet hottest thing Jeongguk encountered in his shy, fresh eighteen years on planet earth. He sincerely doubted that would change anytime soon. It was embarrassing how easily the elder rendered him into a kindergaden-level boy in love. How he ardently refused to reciprocate the teasing and flirting, how fervently he pretended to be burdened by the vocalist’s approaches. Had Jimin donned a ponytail at some point, Jeongguk would probably have pulled on it. It was that bad.

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anonymous asked:

I feel like a lot of Orange fics spend so much time making Piper question her attraction to women when I never felt like she really questioned it on the show? I know you occasionally talk about fic on here and I don't really see anyone else doing so and you always seem to have good opinions on the characters and story, so I thought I'd ask if you noticed or what you think about it?

Yeah I get what you’re saying. On the show it’s never Piper who is questioning Piper’s sexuality (”I like hot girls. I like hot boys. I like hot people.”), which I kind of like. Piper always seems mildly exasperated about the whole thing (talking about Kinsey scales and how you don’t just become a lesbian, which is all true… although don’t get me started on the fact that the show never calls her a bisexual, which is what she IS…). This is not to say that Piper never struggled with it (given her parents and their views, she very well may have), but I think it’s clear that by the time she meets Alex, she doesn’t seem to be questioning it that deeply or struggling with it that terribly (unless maybe that’s just the effect Alex has on her). She’s more worried about what others (i.e. her family) may think of it than of her own feelings. 

There are definitely a lot of fics out there that have her talking about it though or dwelling on it. If it’s an AU I usually just go with it because AUs are often different versions of the characters than the ones we’re used to. If Piper is meeting Alex in high school or college or something (or earlier), or if she’s had a different upbringing or something, then she might be more inclined to question things or be trying to go through all of it in some inner monologue.

It makes less sense to me in canon. I mean, if I were writing a canon fic, I probably wouldn’t have her worrying about it or questioning it (although I might have her worrying about what others would think of it, which is what some people do when they have her fretting over what Polly or her parents might say). However, I can’t say that it’s completely out of character for her to question it or think about it because we really don’t know that much about that period.  She clearly isn’t questioning much when she’s around Alex, but who knows what she does when she’s not… 

All that said I tend to prefer it when she doesn’t really question it, where she recognizes the attraction/connection and goes with it (most chapters of New Romantics are like this; their attraction/love just is what it is). In the end it’s the writer’s prerogative to go where they want to with a fic, and this particular thing isn’t a giant, make or break issue for me if it comes up. 


I just wanted to say that every single one of you is such an amazing person! YA know my original plan was to send this to every single one of my followers individually but it’s like 2 am and I’m tired so this’ll have to do. Plus hopefully more people can see this and embrace this truth! You’re so beautiful and/or handsome, you have the best personality, everything about you is absolutely perfect! Please don’t change because I love you just the way you are and I know a lot more people agree with me! So umm… yea that was it… bye now. *shuffles awkwardly out of the room into a cave*

Art Help: Figures

Because you asked, let’s talk about bodies now. I know some cartoonists like to just throw anatomy out the window altogether, which can be fun and creative, but I prefer to know what’s inside and behind the things I’m drawing, I like to know what constructs a body, including the human figure, so #1 advice would be to just do a lot of figure drawing when you can:

 It doesn’t even have to be 100% realistic all the time, just learn to do it properly. After a while, you’ll be able to whip up a body in whatever pose you want without references. I drew these two tutorial pages without checking references or anything, these are just blind doodles, which shows that practice and the knowledge of structure work wonders! (And that I probably should’ve checked out some muscle references afterall but ehh close enough.)

And now, onto how you can get creative with what you’ve learned.

As it is always, just the sheer shape of a character’s body can be an instant visual indicator of their personality. Use this wisely and strategically. Unconventionality can add to this too. (Toothpick arms on a round-bellied character can look quite comical. Or sometimes it’s just a nice change.) However, though that kind of stuff is a long way from realistic anatomy, I still prefer to always make up a core structure to a given character, however impossible their body may be biologically. This way you won’t have ill-proportioned characters, you won’t lose control over them, and you can pinpoint where their centre of gravity is, and so on. Learn to find the possibilities of breaking free from realism but limit this freedom so that your character still makes sense and doesn’t lose form like a melting pudding. Know how far they can bend, stretch, etc. This would be vital if you were to make the character move. Take this jumping sack, for example:

This was just some weight practice from a few of months ago, I only posted it on my other blog just because it wasn’t anything interesting, really. (Look at it go “woouummmpfh”. ^^) That’s why structure, joints and weights and centres of gravity matter. You can get creative and simplify bodies to whatever extent you feel like but I personally prefer to keep characters make sense - it’s a bit harder to make work but it pays off so much when they can be shaped more dynamically when the need arises!

That’s all, you can find tons of anatomy tutorials and references around the internet and, if you can’t get a chance to go to a firgure drawing class, I’d even suggest doing favours for your friends/family/boyfriends/girlfriends/mysterious neighbours in exchange for them posing for a couple of hours for you. (Or blackmail your crush into it and write in about how it went. Or, don’t take life advice from me and you’ll probably be fine…)

Hope this is helpful and, as always, have fun drawing!


forgetting him was like trying
to know somebody you never met
but loving him was r e d

94/365 Days of Outlaw Queen


au in which stiles tries to write derek a letter telling him how he feels. he never sends it.

(for sourwife​)


I forgot to formally introduce my ‘new’ hair oops


“You shot me,” He says. But I don’t think I could ever shoot you. 

                                                       “I did,” She says. But now I’m aiming at your heart.