An excessively long scarf for all your excessively long scarf needs.

here are all of the images used in [S] John: Reunite with your loving wife and daughter. 

are cherubs needed in a session of Sbrub?

nope!

trolls choose their name based off of the first sound their lusus makes, right ? or did i read that as a headcanon somewhere ? thanks !!

that’s just a headcanon!

fyeahcontroversialcharacters:

IN DEFENSE OF ARADIA MEGIDO: A defense post by Tumblr user destroythepast (contains spoilers)
I should note, to start off with, that “controversial” might not be the correct word for Aradia. A better term would be “unpopular”. She’s been my favorite character for a very long time now, and the amount of people who dismiss her completely is really kind of upsetting to me.
So here’s what I hear about Aradia on a constant basis: "She’s so boring!" And that is, in my humble opinion, simply not true. Allow me to explain.
Aradia goes through a number of transformations over the course of the story, but for a good chunk of it, she was a nearly-emotionless ghost (and, later, robot). A lot of people think her apathy made her boring, but I disagree strongly.
For one thing, even when she’s apathetic and depressive, she’s snarky and witty. A lot of her interactions are pure gold. And while she may not be especially expressive, it’s clear that the old Aradia (who was only seen in flashback) is still in there somewhere—she tells Sollux she’d like to see him happy (and hugs him before blowing up) and outright calls Karkat her friend, and shows several times that she doesn’t take crap from anyone. 
Additionally, even through the apathy, she’s interesting. She destroys things out of sheer boredom. She’s manipulative in a number of ways and clearly has her own agenda.
And then she goes God Tier, and becomes the person she was before dying—cheerful and morbid and a bit off-kilter. She’s happy to be truly alive again, to feel things and have real hope for the future. She’s gone through more shit than anyone should have to deal with in a lifetime over the course of around thirteen years, and she still smiles. (You can’t look me in the face and tell me there’s nothing beautiful about that.)
And yet at the same time, so many things about her are the same! She still revels in destruction, she’s still fixated on death, she still cares deeply about her friends, and she still has no tact whatsoever.
Aradia is a wonderful, deeply-layered, important, and interesting character, and seeing her thrown under the bus so often is just so saddening to me.

fyeahcontroversialcharacters:

IN DEFENSE OF ARADIA MEGIDO: A defense post by Tumblr user destroythepast (contains spoilers)

I should note, to start off with, that “controversial” might not be the correct word for Aradia. A better term would be “unpopular”. She’s been my favorite character for a very long time now, and the amount of people who dismiss her completely is really kind of upsetting to me.

So here’s what I hear about Aradia on a constant basis: "She’s so boring!" And that is, in my humble opinion, simply not true. Allow me to explain.

Aradia goes through a number of transformations over the course of the story, but for a good chunk of it, she was a nearly-emotionless ghost (and, later, robot). A lot of people think her apathy made her boring, but I disagree strongly.

For one thing, even when she’s apathetic and depressive, she’s snarky and witty. A lot of her interactions are pure gold. And while she may not be especially expressive, it’s clear that the old Aradia (who was only seen in flashback) is still in there somewhere—she tells Sollux she’d like to see him happy (and hugs him before blowing up) and outright calls Karkat her friend, and shows several times that she doesn’t take crap from anyone. 

Additionally, even through the apathy, she’s interesting. She destroys things out of sheer boredom. She’s manipulative in a number of ways and clearly has her own agenda.

And then she goes God Tier, and becomes the person she was before dying—cheerful and morbid and a bit off-kilter. She’s happy to be truly alive again, to feel things and have real hope for the future. She’s gone through more shit than anyone should have to deal with in a lifetime over the course of around thirteen years, and she still smiles. (You can’t look me in the face and tell me there’s nothing beautiful about that.)

And yet at the same time, so many things about her are the same! She still revels in destruction, she’s still fixated on death, she still cares deeply about her friends, and she still has no tact whatsoever.

Aradia is a wonderful, deeply-layered, important, and interesting character, and seeing her thrown under the bus so often is just so saddening to me.

whatpumpkin:

Soooooooo, school’s right around the corner, and What Pumpkin would like to help you look a little snazzier when you walk those hallways again! From midnight to midnight (EDT) on July 14th, you’ll get 20% OFF of all Tote Bags, Backpacks and Lunch Boxes (Alpha Kids, Hivebent and SBURB)! 
Education high five! 

whatpumpkin:

Soooooooo, school’s right around the corner, and What Pumpkin would like to help you look a little snazzier when you walk those hallways again! From midnight to midnight (EDT) on July 14th, you’ll get 20% OFF of all Tote Bags, Backpacks and Lunch Boxes (Alpha Kids, Hivebent and SBURB)! 

Education high five! 

Dont try to be funny this time, because this is a genuine question I want to know. Do you hate Gamzee because hes overated?

In certain parts of the world, sweet potatoes are locally known by other names. In New Zealand English, the Māori term kūmara (also spelled kūmera) is commonly used. Although the soft, orange sweet potato is often called a “yam” in parts of North America, the sweet potato is botanically very distinct from a genuine yam (Dioscorea), which is native to Africa and Asia and belongs to the monocot family Dioscoreaceae. To add to the confusion, a different crop plant, the oca, Oxalis tuberosa (a species of woodbind), is called a “yam” in many parts of Polynesia, including New Zealand. To prevent confusion, the United States Department of Agriculture requires sweet potatoes labeled as “yams” to also be labeled as “sweet potatoes”. The sweet potato is North Carolina’s state vegetable.

whatpumpkin:

Who made a last-minute trip out to Tampa to have a booth at Metrocon 2014? What Pumpkin did! YAY!

We are at booth B12 for the weekend and would LOVE if you passed by and said “hi” and checked out our sweet loot! 

Come along!

alright, so turns out one-click reblog always goes to the last blog you reblogged a post to. uh

sorry about that

Just a heads up!

adventure-cast:

We are still looking for content to fill up our show! If you have any announcements you would like to share with the MSPAFA community, please let us know! For instance, if you have an adventure that needs suggestions/exposure, if you are planning something super cool like a meet-up or other kind of community wide project, or even if you just want to give a shoutout to someone you know- please send in your requests via our ask box and we’ll do our best to include it! 

Hope to hear you soon! 

>AdventureCast!