FAKE Potential Homestuck ending #2: soul-bustin’ makes me feel good.
what the fuck
SO I BUSTED OUT ONE OF MY LAST CANS OF TAB LIKE A OLD MAN WOULD A OLD BOTTLE OF WHISKEY TO CELEBRATE THE NEWS
BUT AFTER I ONLY TAKE A FEW SIPS I NOTICE A SPIDER ON MY WALL AND I DECIDE TO BE NICE AND TAKE A PIECE OF PAPER AND WAS PLANNING ON CALMLY TAKING IT OUTSIDE BUT THIS 8 LEGGED ASSHOLE
JUMPS INTO MY CAN AND DROWNS
SO NOT ONLY IS MY DRINK RUINED BUT NOW I FEEL LIKE THIS IS HORRIBLE COSMIC FORESHADOWING
AND I DONT KNOW WHICH IS WORSE
IT’S A SIGN FROM GOD
ARANEA FALLS IN THE LAVA AND DIES
More like Her Imperial Condescension pushes Aranea into the lava
Wait, wait, wait, I have an amazing new idea. How about we fix the American school system.
What the hell is even going on in America
i need to show everyone this who asks what it looks like without glasses on
I CAN SEE HOW MANY FUCKING FINGERS YOUR HOLDING UP ASSHOLE
stop doing things in unison you adorable little jerKs
A thing I love about Gravity Falls is the twins’ personalities are so distinct, you sometimes forget they’re twins. Yet at the same time they will often do ‘twin’ things like move or talk in unison. They’re their own characters yet they are also a set, and that healthy balance is a great characterization.
Girls always bitch about this, sure, but it’s not like it’s any better for guys. You think I wanna be some ultra macho beefcake?
There’s a reason I always pick female character models in video games.
I fucking lost my shit over this
I think I’ve already reblogged this before but who cares.
Lately I’ve been reading The Property of Hate which is a REALLY interesting webcomic. The creator also likes Gravity Falls, and so do I, so. This is a thing now.
"One aspect in particular that got to me was Meg and Lisa’s story and how they were really the only female characters to GET a story this episode. And I think their story is SO INTERESTING because it compares and contrasts how both shows deal with the social construct of girls and girlhood. While in “The Simpsons” girls are encouraged to educate themselves, be independent, and strong, and really to ask questions (through the character of Lisa), the “Family Guy” will throw girls’ attempts to develop themselves as human beings in the trash (like when Peter throws the Saxophone Lisa gives Meg in the trash). MacFarlane demonstrates here for the zillionth time that Meg’s utility in the show is purely as the (unfunny) punchline of a sexist joke; someone to make fun of, call ugly, physically assault, and so on. This, I think, is really definitive of how MacFarlane views girls and women in general: A lame, unfunny, sexualized, usable, disposable, joke." by feministingforchange
October is a big month for tumblr.