Funny you should mention that…
It’s my old axe but it still works like a charm.
damn thats hawt
And whoever said you can’t use color guard in real life.
THIS IS BY FAR THE BEST USE OF THE SNK OPENING
I almost choked from how perfect this was
is that christopher walken
WHY DOES IT SYNC UP LIKE THAT
I FUCKING CRACKED UP WHEN HE JUMPED OVER THE RAILING
omg he even moves through 3D space
Oh god…….it just keeps getting better and better and then - WOW! XD
I lost five followers because of this post
The pain of reading through a list of stuff that someone likes and it’s ALL UR FAVE THINGS and you’re about to follow them but then at the bottom of the list is that ONE SHIP
and you’re like… goodbye friend :’(
I just kind of forgot about some of the trolls being dead and then suddenly realized it anew and got freaking sad. Dammit Hussie.
I don’t really think it’s fair to criticize a more-or-less canon ship for being unhealthy/messy and then claim that X other total rarepair is definitively a healthy, stable alternative. You can imagine it being uncomplicated and happy but when relationships intensify, they get messier, no matter how good the two are together. Until you see it play out in canon you can’t be sure it will hold up better than the one that has played out and (ostensibly) fallen apart.
I think we all know who wears the pants in this relationship.
Karkat’s wearing both of their pants at once
I’m a winner! And I want to share that experience with one of you! This month, I participated in Camp NaNoWriMo, an international online writing challenge. I set a goal to write 30,000 words of a novel in the thirty-one days of July. And I did it!
Because I made my goal, I was given a package of special prizes and promos. One of these prizes was a 50% discount on Scrivener, a writing program with lots of tools to help novelists, students, intellectuals, etc. A program which I’ve actually been very interested in this month. And which I purchased full price… yesterday.
But after I finished weeping and kvetching over the missed opportunity to save a few bucks, I realized there was a way I could turn the situation around. Scrivener normally costs $40. It has completely changed my writing experience, and I’m never going back to MS Word. I want to give my winner’s discount away to a fellow writer who can use it.
Enter: The Flash Fiction Flash Contest, sponsored by I’ll Be the Judge, my weekly YA book review blog.
Here’s how it works: Send me a piece of your own original flash fiction. Flash fiction refers to a complete, self-contained story that is (for the purpose of this contest, at least) 1,000 words or less in length. Your submission should be based one of the three following prompts:
- Escape from something is symbolized by getting rid of an item
- Something unexpected becomes powerful
- Someone saves the day by doing nothing
Click here to submit your piece via Surveymonkey. The reading process will be blind and anonymous.
In keeping with the “flash” theme, I’m going to make this a relatively short time frame. All submissions will be due no later than 11:59 pm on Wednesday, August 20, 2014. So sit down today and whip up that mini-story. Don’t be afraid to make it shorter than 1,000 words; concise style is the goal here.
I will announce my decisions on Saturday, September 27. One submission per person. In addition to the first prize of 50% off your purchase of Scrivener, the top three submissions will be published over on I’ll Be the Judge (unless you request that they not be for whatever reason). They will still be the sole property of the writers, of course. The first prize winner will receive via e-mail my code for 50% off Scrivener, which will need to be used before October 1.
Here is that link to submit once again. One submission per person, please. Questions can be directed to me by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Note: SurveyMonkey only allows 100 responses with the subscription I’m using, and I’m only one girl, after all, so at least as of now, this contest will be limited to the first 100 entries.)
Closing in on my Camp Nanowrimo month goal of 30k words! Less than 800 to finish up tomorrow! I can see the finish line now.
The novel will still need a lot more to make it a finished first draft but I’m not gonna think about that now. I just need to wake up tomorrow and plow right to that shiny winner medal.