To that independent artist at FanExpo who took a commission from my friend Natasha and accepted half of the standard fee because she did not have enough cash on hand,
Please know that she and I are extremely thankful that you did so.
It cannot be explained, but for whatever reason, it feels like one of the nicest things someone’s ever done.
I don’t know your name, but you’re really cool and we like you a lot. Plus, your art style is intriguing and your anatomy is top-notch.
- From, that kid in the pink pokemon hat who was walking with said friend.
everyone is embarrassed of their fourteen year old self trust me if you’re fourteen right now you will regret whatever it is that you are doing at this moment
What, being a SuperWhoLockian, Tumblrian, and just being generally pretty good? I don’t think so.
screenshot this and look at it in 3 years
(Source: urbancatfitters, via 3zero7)
MY 8000 POST AND I’M HERE DRESSED AS HILDA FROM POKEMON BLACK AND WHITE BEFORE HEADING OFF TO FAN EXPO
I get that it’s a metaphor, you pretentious shit.
But what is it a fucking metaphor for?
I dunno if you know where the joke is from or if you are just trying to start a shitstorm, but the book, The Fault in Our Stars, uses the ‘it’s a metaphor’ to give a character called…
It is a nod towards TFIOS.
I’m just angry all the time.
I ARRIVE AT FANEXPO IN LESS THAN 12 HOURS!!!!!!!
Modern/Futuristic AU idea:
Annie Leonhardt is a freshly graduated law school student with a degree in Criminal Law. After her graduation, she moves to the inner walls of Sina because of a job offer fitting her degree. After working for several months, her friends Reiner and Bertl tell her that they’re in the city and want to meet up for dinner.
She agrees and meets them the following evening. At dinner, Reiner and Bertl tell her that they are engaged and will be getting married in a year. Surprised, Annie manages to be happy for them, but is only painfully reminded that all the time she spent in law school cost her one thing, a romantic life. Heck, even a social life, since her job keeps her too busy for anything.
She walks home alone afterwards and enters her apartment. After getting ready to sleep, she checks her e-mails briefly and is alerted that a software update is necessary. Annie agrees to do so and is also alerted that an A.I can optionally be installed into the system. Intrigued and aware that an extra mind in the house would be helpful, she agrees and installs the Automated Regulation Maxim Integral Networking system. Or A.R.M.I.N.
Once it’s installed, A.R.M.I.N instantly introduces himself to her with a friendly hello.
Surprised, Annie is almost flattered that an operating system greeted her in a more friendly matter than her everyday co-workers would. She introduces herself back and A.R.M.I.N thinks that it’s nice to meet her.
A.R.M.I.N reminds her to go to sleep, Annie tries to, but admits that she has been losing sleep just thinking about things. To get her to sleep, A.R.M.I.N says that she could talk to him about anything. Realizing that a computer system would not be too judgemental, Annie agrees.
They talk and talk all night, about Annie’s childhood, job-hunt, college experiences, lack of friends, and A.R.M.I.N listens to it all. He tries to understand her to the best of his abilities, and for that, Annie feels thankful. And maybe something more…