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November 14 2017

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November 13 2017

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November 11 2017

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November 10 2017

[COMMISSION] kiibo and yumeno

November 07 2017

pixel icon of tea v2

November 05 2017

Portrait of me
tried painting with photoshop! dealing with brushes was very difficult

November 03 2017

blood supercell
me and my best friend's my hero academia self insert fanfic??? its weird af ik but theres more art coming,,,

October 28 2017

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Mulan - One Woman Show

I’ll eventually do the rest…


I have an ongoing fascination with Amazon Dash buttons. They are little Internet Of Shit items you can stick to a wall or any other surface and push to order One Specific Product. For example, pressing this button:


will immediately order six tubs of Hasbro™ Confetti sprinkles multi-coloured Play-Dough™ to be delivered to your house at the next post.

They’re simultaneously

  • Deeply dystopian/absurdist, in that ‘Straight out of a satirical near-future scifi novel’ way we all love so much
  • I’m not going to lie here, really oddly or maybe not-so-oddly alluring to someone who is very disorganised and struggles to keep on top of daily life skills
  • Somehow still weirdly broken, even for that - eg the one for toilet paper can’t be used to order a normal amount of toilet paper; you have to order 48 rolls at a time. And I have never, ever been able to form a model in my head of a person who runs out of Hasbro™ Confetti sprinkles multi-coloured Play-Dough™ so often and so urgently that they need a button to push as soon as it’s getting low. I want to be clear here that you can’t order regular Play-Dough™ with the button; it is only the confetti sprinkles variety. Yet presumably someone must have bought one of these at one point. I want to find that person and ask them a lot of questions.

Other things you can order with an Amazon Dash button:

  • Mentos
  • Organic Raw Virgin Coconut Oil
  • “Eyebrow cleanser”, which I didn’t know was a thing until just now
  • Black shoe polish
  • Nerf darts
  • Tins of 36 Derwent watercolour pencils
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i’m weak.

im screaming!!

The Curious Case of May Parker

It’s happening in the cartoons, too:

Aunt May (and Ms. Lion) from Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (1980s)

Aunt May from Spider-Man: The Animated Series (1990s)

Aunt May from The Spectacular Spider-Man (2000s)

Aunt May from Ultimate Spider-Man (2010s)

True facts: Every time Peter’s uncle Ben dies in the latest origin story May absorbs the life force left over from his remaining years and uses it to rejuvenate herself

Uncle Ben dies over and over again to keep her young

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(griffin mcelroy voice) sweet baby brother





Ok so first of all let’s see what got ton of gems corrupted… 

Centi tells Stevo that everyone was running away from something, and after that, it was all noise… “You heard something. From the sky, a sound. A song? And then…”


And this is also further handled on “Same Old World” where Lapis shows that everyone was running in a hurry out of the earth and because of that they leaved her on earth trapped in the mirror. 


That looks like a light, sure, a blinding light, but what got me is when Centipeedle CLEARLY talks about SOUND and not LIGHT.

In the same episode, Garnet talks about how “It’s sort of like if MC Bear-Bear didn’t tear the fabric of his arm, but the fabric of his mind.”, so the nuke (let’s call it like that so is easier kie?) wasn’t spreading a kind of virus or something that messes with their body structure, aka, their light.

Now, back to an episode, season 1B, first Stevenbomb, “The message”. 

What’s so important about it? I think is a lil picky, but re-watching season one it really got my attention the way Amethyst reacted to The Wailing Stone

At first it was kind of just covering her ears and being a lil moody, but time passed and there was a point where she was getting desperate. 


(weirdly, Garnet and Pearl seems kind of okay, but that may be because they are in general more resistant, i think)


And you see, for the ones who don’t know, sound is basically waves that travel through matter, a constant and loud sound can get to the point of physically hurting you.

Actually, one of the discovering that Nikola Tesla did was that, with vibrations, you could make something shake, and if it was constant and strong enough, it would break, it’s exactly what earthquakes do! and guess what, sound is, in fact, vibrations!. 

Now, the most common experiment about this is putting some sort of glass and turning the volume slowly as loud as possible, after a moment the vibrations would be so much that it basically shatters.


What does this has to do with gem corruption? as I said before, sound needs MATTER to “travel around”, so OF COURSE they couldn’t make the bomb attack from space as a sound!, thats where the light makes the job.

You see, light is also waves that travel around, thing is, light doesn’t need a medium to travel, so Homeworld basically found a way to make a light explosion, turn it into sound, and attempt to shatter the gems in that way. 

But how did they turned the light into sound? Waving stones.

You see, in Gem Hunt we get a pretty short view of what is possibly a HUGE waving stone. 


Homeworld probably put them all around the world so they would make the sound travel without problem, the original waving stones where probably little and used to send messages from homeworld/space to earth (Like Lapis did),but then they found out that they could use it for shattering gems, their plan was basically use “vibrations to break glass” but in a massive way. 

So, why didn’t the gems shattered? they… kind of did! Corruption is basically their “light forms” shattered, its like the noise didn’t exactly broke the gem, but broke the coding of the gem, corrupted it, like when someone messes with the data of a video game and it gets all glitchy! they shattered their data, their “brains”. 

Of course, they didn’t literally SHATTERED them, but having in mind that Homeworld made the cluster experiments with Crystal Gems (As Garnet says explicitly) then it was probably a way to prove their weapons again. They basically used their enemies, the rebels, as lab-rats, to see if their massive weapon would work, just like the cluster.

Homeworld pretty  much tortured the gems with a screeching, loud and constant sound long enough to shatter their light forms.

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You are good at something, stop lying to yourself. You’re good at breaking down comic book plots, cooking ramen perfectly, making your friends happy, knowing the time without looking at a clock, getting the perfect ending at RPG’s, or figuring out the twist ending to movies. Don’t let society tell you your talents are meaningless because they don’t serve an economical purpose. Your talents reflect your interests and passions, and what’s important to you is important.

“I only shoplift because I’m broke!”

October 26 2017


I Know How That Is

When Blue Diamond unknowingly pops a Rose Quartz bubble on one of her visits to the Zoo, Blue Pearl and the Famethyst take pity on the Gem and send her to Earth on a small escape pod. While on the pod, the newly formed Rose teaches herself to look and act human. Once she arrives on Earth, “Rosie” decides to test her human acting abilities at a small rock show in the human suburbs, but what will she do when a sweet renegade Pearl shows up to woo her.


me: *clicks a settings menu*

my family: love having a tech expert in the house :) 


any “do it for her” joke where the text stops making sense doesn’t

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