papagreglestrade:

dredsina:

YOU THINK I’M JOKING BUT I’M DEAD SERIOUS

Working in retail in a nutshell

Early on when I started working at my store, a lady demanded to know why wasn’t a particular item in a bag like the others.

It was a plastic storage case… With a handle.

In the end, I just barely managed to fit it in our largest bag. Such a waste.

(via quiltshopstories)

I upped my fangirl game.

I just downloaded ringtones of the themes for HHH, Big Show, Sheamus, and the Shield onto my phone.

Awyis.

Oh right.

Sometimes I forget that Naoko Takeuchi (creator of Sailor Moon) and Yoshihiro Togashi (creator of Yu Yu Hakusho, Level E, and HunterXHunter) are married.

Hee~. =w=

On some relationship-type event tiles, Gangrel asks FMU if she’s trying to drag him deeper into her web after they’ve gotten hitched.
My own personal interpretation, she replies that he doesn’t seem to be putting up much of a fight. Sure, he may vocally shun the mushy stuff, but my headcanon is that he shows his love more through his actions and just likes being close to her the majority of the time.

On some relationship-type event tiles, Gangrel asks FMU if she’s trying to drag him deeper into her web after they’ve gotten hitched.

My own personal interpretation, she replies that he doesn’t seem to be putting up much of a fight. Sure, he may vocally shun the mushy stuff, but my headcanon is that he shows his love more through his actions and just likes being close to her the majority of the time.

krisjener:

i wish tumblr had more of a “educate the ignorant” attitude as opposed to “send death threats to the ignorant”

(via monroeshenanigans)

northern-mutt asked: Random question, is that raccoon an Elf fursona of sorts?

Closest thing to a fursona I’ll ever make. It started off as it’s own thing, but, over time, I just started using it to represent me. I don’t use it as much as I used to though. It’s just a little avatar I use to represent me from time to time.

And that’s the most detailed I’ll ever make it. It actually started out more detailed and wore clothes. I stopped doing that, obviously.

Also, I’m so glad this wasn’t another anon sending me a disgruntled message because they misread/misinterpreted a post of mine. :’D

I looked at the ten day forecast yesterday. You know what I saw? A constant of highs in the mid-90s F (around 35C for folks outside of the US). This is April. Spring officially started just yesterday.
This is not completely unexpected though. It heats up pretty quick over here, hitting a good 100+F stride usually by May. However, it seems like it started getting toasty really quick this year. And we pretty much had no winter this year (reports we had an “unusually cold” winter were exaggerated and only relevant to northern and eastern areas).
Buckle in, my fellow AZ dwellers, it’s gonna be a hot one this year.

I looked at the ten day forecast yesterday. You know what I saw? A constant of highs in the mid-90s F (around 35C for folks outside of the US). This is April. Spring officially started just yesterday.

This is not completely unexpected though. It heats up pretty quick over here, hitting a good 100+F stride usually by May. However, it seems like it started getting toasty really quick this year. And we pretty much had no winter this year (reports we had an “unusually cold” winter were exaggerated and only relevant to northern and eastern areas).

Buckle in, my fellow AZ dwellers, it’s gonna be a hot one this year.

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elfdragon12:

I’ve always been confused at the criticism of Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood that it’s more “animu” than the 2003 FMA series.

Are we sure?

Because this is Scar from 2003:

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And this is Scar from FMA:B:

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Which face looks more “animu”?

Note: this is not a criticism…

You’re absolutely and completely right on the nose with that.

I did personally read the manga first and then watched Brotherhood. I’d seen bits and pieces of the 2003 series beforehand, but I never had the opportunity or TV network to watch it on its own, so I never had too many close attachments with it.

My only criticism of FMA:B is that it’s pacing was rushed (and the recap episode). I think FMA:B and the remake of HunterXHunter took too many cues from DBZ Kai and rushed the story too much. Getting rid of filler and such for DBZ worked because it was notorious for ridiculously long scenes when each chapter of the original manga was around 15 pages long. However, it doesn’t work the same for a series where each chapter is 40 to 50 pages long and over 100 chapters squeezed into about 75 episodes.

I’m at a spot where I can’t criticize much of anything of the 2003 series even if I wanted to because, while I did make an effort to, I could never finish it. :’D I got 17 episodes in and stopped. It wasn’t because the 2003 series was bad, but rather that it was too similar and yet too different and I just couldn’t get over it.

However, I recognize that the 2003 series is its own series and it wouldn’t be fair of me to constantly judge it in comparison to the manga or Brotherhood. That’s why I don’t judge people for liking the 2003 series more than Brotherhood.

The 2003 series was well-loved for reasons. Even if I couldn’t get into it because I found changes to be jarring, that doesn’t mean it wasn’t a good series.

Well, this all just boils down to: we should all show respect for each other and what shows we like.

I’ve always been confused at the criticism of Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood that it’s more “animu” than the 2003 FMA series.

Are we sure?

Because this is Scar from 2003:

And this is Scar from FMA:B:

Which face looks more “animu”?

Note: this is not a criticism of the 2003 series, but rather a criticism of the complaints people have had about the Brotherhood series.

The closest thing to a fursona I will ever have.
I will draw this thing the same way always and forever.

The closest thing to a fursona I will ever have.

I will draw this thing the same way always and forever.