1 year ago on November 7, 2012


1 year ago on July 10, 2012

moonkistforlife:



1 year ago on July 7, 2012

gorogues replied to your post: I WANT TO DRAW but I’m still too irritated from…

Maybe write something instead?

oh god writing

OH MAN WRITING

HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA

I don’t write



1 year ago on June 3, 2012
lirillith:

I was always a Marvel girl, once I got into comics, but I didn’t truly get into comics until I was old enough to drive.  You see, when my mother was growing up, comics cost a dime.  She was horrified by what they charged for them back in the early 90s and refused to let me buy any, so I didn’t get to buy them until I could go out on my own and spend my saved-up allowance however I pleased.
That didn’t stop me from being intrigued by them, though, and so I’d go with her to the grocery store and read them off the shelf.  At least that grocery store, and I think many back then, kept a sizable magazine rack and a comics section.  (I don’t know why that changed.  Lack of profits?  The demise of Comics Code compliance?)  I don’t remember everything of what I read, and I don’t think I read them consistently, but I know I read this issue.  And while I had no idea what shipping was, or slash or yaoi or much of anything - I didn’t have the internet, and I wouldn’t discover fandom until I was seventeen - I knew that this really, really interested me.  I remember this page, especially the last panel, really clearly.  
In other words, if I’d had any idea what shipping was I would have shipped these two.  Maybe I should have foreseen the way I’d react to Tiger & Bunny.

lirillith:

I was always a Marvel girl, once I got into comics, but I didn’t truly get into comics until I was old enough to drive.  You see, when my mother was growing up, comics cost a dime.  She was horrified by what they charged for them back in the early 90s and refused to let me buy any, so I didn’t get to buy them until I could go out on my own and spend my saved-up allowance however I pleased.

That didn’t stop me from being intrigued by them, though, and so I’d go with her to the grocery store and read them off the shelf.  At least that grocery store, and I think many back then, kept a sizable magazine rack and a comics section.  (I don’t know why that changed.  Lack of profits?  The demise of Comics Code compliance?)  I don’t remember everything of what I read, and I don’t think I read them consistently, but I know I read this issue.  And while I had no idea what shipping was, or slash or yaoi or much of anything - I didn’t have the internet, and I wouldn’t discover fandom until I was seventeen - I knew that this really, really interested me.  I remember this page, especially the last panel, really clearly. 

In other words, if I’d had any idea what shipping was I would have shipped these two.  Maybe I should have foreseen the way I’d react to Tiger & Bunny.



1 year ago on May 2, 2012
shipmewithnightwing:

Hope this happens in Young Justice!

shipmewithnightwing:

Hope this happens in Young Justice!



1 year ago on April 20, 2012


1 year ago on April 19, 2012

“What about side by side with a friend.”



2 years ago on April 15, 2012

deanwhereisyourcock:

Do you ever think about the fact that Castiel’s purpose and reason was to be a stone cold soldier. And one man changed everything.



2 years ago on April 12, 2012
scottlava:

“Robin Hood and Little John runnin’ through the forest. Jumpin’ fences, dodgin’ trees an’ tryin’ to get away.”

scottlava:

Robin Hood and Little John runnin’ through the forest. Jumpin’ fences, dodgin’ trees an’ tryin’ to get away.



2 years ago on April 11, 2012

this sandwich would be perfect 

had I not forgotten actual pickle slices