zombieaurora:

coconutmilk83:

Into The Woods | 2014 ()

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!

These screenshots almost look TOO good. So lovely. ^_^

mooseings:

Bad Cop vs. Chair

And Emmet is basically just

The last gif is my favourite - Bad Cop just hurls the chair at him.

groovy-bastard:

alexis-royce:

groovy-bastard:

alexis-royce replied to your post: Is it hypocritical that I critisise a …

For real? Yes. Anything is only as deep as you make it. Doesn’t mean your life’s a lie. Just means theirs might be cooler than expected.

I wasn’t actually expecting an answer ‘cuz I already know I’m hypocritical as heck, but yeah, you’re absolutely right. Though, to be honest, it’s more like nothing is as cool as one might suspect. Everything’s just a mess. But that’s what makes life fun, I think.

Regardless, though, I need to stop being such a pretentious, judgmental asshole about all this stuff. I’m starting to get on my nerves.

I’m with you on the judgmental asshole bit. It’s something that I’ve been working very hard to overcome. And I don’t know if anyone ever really gets over it. Simply having opinions means that you’ll judge things, so it can’t be avoided.

But my wife is this happy bouncy thing. She loves My Little Pony and Care Bears and just the worst reality TV. But then she whirls around and loves all my ridiculous horror shenanigans, too. And she’s damn clever and insightful. So I gritted my teeth and gave into all that stuff I looked down on. And while I may never understand how an episode of Hoarders helps her get her work done, I now I have fun with MLP (though Q being in it didn’t hurt). And sometimes we’ll pause an episode and discuss how it could turn into an amazing exploitation flick or how shockingly touching a moment can be.

You (and I’m directing this at Groovy, but hell, maybe it applies to the rest of you too, I don’t know you all well enough to say) have a fascinating perspective on how things can be. You added a little bit of your own love to the Night Vale fandom recently, and made it that much better. I firmly believe that if you can find the smallest aspect to love, you could make ANYTHING that much groovier, shit that’s cheesy I mean cooler.

Oh my god, you are an unequivocally cool, nice person. It’s gotta be fantastic to have someone like that in your life. I think I get my intensely judgmental side from my dad (you are most like the person you least want to be— it’s the truth). It’s something I need to work on. Gotta try to stay more positive, less antagonistic.

That last bit you said, amen to that, I’ll definitely be keeping that in mind from here on out. (Keep the cheese, cheese is the best!!)

Pah. I’m just doing my best to shape up; reminders like this help me out, too. I bumbled my way into a healthy relationship and now that we’re married I gotta work even harder to be worth all this effort she delusionally thinks I’m worth. XD

All I can do to help is remind you that I think you’re cool. Then maybe once in a blue moon, you can add that to the other people who will tell you you’re cool, and you’ll have a little extra positivity for the hard times.

Choukou Sugoi Tomodachi-sempai! How did you become so kawaii, desu ka?
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supergreatfrien:

My Let’s Player Can’t Be This Cute

groovy-bastard:

alexis-royce replied to your post: Is it hypocritical that I critisise a …

For real? Yes. Anything is only as deep as you make it. Doesn’t mean your life’s a lie. Just means theirs might be cooler than expected.

I wasn’t actually expecting an answer ‘cuz I already know I’m hypocritical as heck, but yeah, you’re absolutely right. Though, to be honest, it’s more like nothing is as cool as one might suspect. Everything’s just a mess. But that’s what makes life fun, I think.

Regardless, though, I need to stop being such a pretentious, judgmental asshole about all this stuff. I’m starting to get on my nerves.

I’m with you on the judgmental asshole bit. It’s something that I’ve been working very hard to overcome. And I don’t know if anyone ever really gets over it. Simply having opinions means that you’ll judge things, so it can’t be avoided.

But my wife is this happy bouncy thing. She loves My Little Pony and Care Bears and just the worst reality TV. But then she whirls around and loves all my ridiculous horror shenanigans, too. And she’s damn clever and insightful. So I gritted my teeth and gave into all that stuff I looked down on. And while I may never understand how an episode of Hoarders helps her get her work done, I now I have fun with MLP (though Q being in it didn’t hurt). And sometimes we’ll pause an episode and discuss how it could turn into an amazing exploitation flick or how shockingly touching a moment can be.

You (and I’m directing this at Groovy, but hell, maybe it applies to the rest of you too, I don’t know you all well enough to say) have a fascinating perspective on how things can be. You added a little bit of your own love to the Night Vale fandom recently, and made it that much better. I firmly believe that if you can find the smallest aspect to love, you could make ANYTHING that much groovier, shit that’s cheesy I mean cooler.

What just happened? Your tumblr just got a little bit more... moe...
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supergreatfrien:

I didn’t do anything with my website for a while, so I figured I’d just turn the Tumblr into the website, since I actually post new stuff here.

And of course, only the most kawaii of domains would do.

His icon is a strawberry cake, after all. Animes have taught me that that is the most totemo sugoi dessert of all time.

This whole quote section is more broadly applicable than you might expect. Try a line out today!

I always believed Squee is actually Johnny because of that comic in which Squee is visited by his future self. It makes sense that somewhere in imprecise science of time travel, Squee ends up stranded in the past and winds up inadvertently inflicting the psychological trauma upon his childhood self that would lead him to become a deranged serial killer. Or have I got this wrong?

jhonenv:

Yeah, that’s pretty wrong. Don’t feel bad though, as it’s a thing I’ve heard people say pretty much from the day I started drawing Squee. I get where that comes from, but it’s not where my brain goes with the character. Squee’s just a good kid, wants to be comfortable and happy, but awful shit just goes down around him in the name of cheap laughs.

His story is entirely different from Johnny’s, however. Johnny’s always been a patsy to me, and someone who would only really be admirable on the most shallow level until you get a better sense of what he’s about. He’s sympathetic to a very short point and then the rest of him is not much better than the nonsense he obsesses over and judges with impunity.

Squee’s just a kid who has the shit luck of having him for a neighbor.

Squee’s also got a bear that absorbs every bad effect those horrible experiences would leave in him. It’s partly why Johnny has an instant dislike of Shmee. Broken folks hate being called out on their shit.

I think Squee’s gonna be alright.

JTHM just gets better with increased age and context. I’ma say it again. Whether you liked JTHM or not, so long as you read it, please read both issues of I Feel Sick. Especially if you’re a creator with any sort of dedication to their craft. If you’re willing to stop and really think about it, that comic is good for your emotional growth.

fablequeen:

aesfocus

Inaccurate depiction of Millfields. Please insert at least twelve Balverines.

fablequeen:

aesfocus

Inaccurate depiction of Millfields. Please insert at least twelve Balverines.