just found out you're english. shocked and disappointed. on the verge of unfollowing.
That's understandable 😔
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Omg but imagine the OPness of the Powerpuff Girls meeting the OPness of Danny Phantom. Dear lord they would be best friends
okay I-- I know what I just said about crossovers but, imagine the PPG and Danny being the only heroes they’ll each work with because they’re the only “real” heroes in each other’s scopes. Danny is the girls’ spooky Casper-esque friend
But I’m not sure the Fentons and the Professor could meet, because
Just wait till he finds out he got his powers in a lab accident.
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Your Stardew Valley and Hades art has convinced me to get both games. Thank you. (:
i'm so happy to hear it!!! i hope you enjoy playing, they're both incredible titles! 💕
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Why do twinks like Lana del Rey and Marina (only Electra Heart) so much? Like we know y'all average 3 braincells and rely on your looks to get you places but at least broaden your musical horizons? Life isn't all about wankin your lil tallywacker to Bel Ami and showing off your pink bootyholes on grindr to tops who leave you on read. No wonder you guys are always cashiers at H&M
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Roman would absolutely hold up a small virgil like simba while singing the circle of life
virgil would absolutely be bitter about it
oh dove you always have the best stuff in mind
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Answering questions I would usually avoid!
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when I was in highschool I hooked up with this guy who was like 'im into somthin a little weird' n I was like okay what is it and this boy leans in and LICKS MY EYEBALL. dick wont even that good an eight years later if its humid my vision still gets blurry. moral of the story: dont make out with a guy in a cookie monster hat unless you want ur vision glazed n ur ass unfulfilled
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Virgil is short but can pickup and carry roman
yes he can!!!
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Hello! I'm not sure if ConcernedApe and Chucklefish studios have changed their stance on this, but I'm pretty sure they don't want fan made merch of Stardew Valley being sold! I saw your charms and I absolutely love them, but I just thought you should know that the creators of the game don't approve of it
hi! so this is something i thought about a lot before making the charms - as far as i'm aware, concernedape has always been okay with very small scale fan merch as long as it's limited, self made (no borrowed game assets), and not sold through a third party (i.e., redbubble).
that being said, i'll be selling extremely limited quantities of my charms, i drew them all from scratch, and i'll be selling them directly through my own store!
(this tweet is from 2017 - although i feel like he mentioned something similar more recently.)
if his stance has changed on fanmerch, please let me know!! i've done a lot of searching and haven't found anything concrete.
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What’s dresses would you choose for Persephone, Freya, Diana, Artemis, Athena, Medusa, Frigga to wear?
Who was your favorite Goddess , God and what would you dress them in? (Maybe one I put might be your favorite Goddess if so you can put them in same dress or different)
Love your blog.
Also if the bands you put on the boots/dresses ask are ones you listen to then heck yes! you have awesome taste in music!!! Stay safe :)⭐️🌙🌹
Okay I've been thinking about this ask for a few days as I honestly had no idea on where to begin as the fashion world is so vast and I had to remind myself on who was the goddess of what etc. So to make this as simple as possible I'll list the goddesses and who they are alongside a link to which gowns I could see them in.
Here we go...
Persephone is the goddess-queen of the Underworld and wife of the god Hades in Greek mythology. She was also the goddess of spring growth, who was worshipped alongside her mother Demeter.
Outfit: Paolo Sebastian Spring 2021 Couture Collection
Freya is the goddess love, beauty, fertility, gold, war, sorcery and death in Norse mythology. She is also the leader of the Valkyrie, the “Choosers of the Slain” warrior maidens who ride over battlefields on winged horses, taking the souls of warriors killed in battle to feast in Valhalla.
Outfit: Valentin Yudashkin Spring 2014 Collection
Diana is the goddess of hunting, and in later times, the moon and chastity in Roman mythology. She is also considered a virgin goddess and protector of childbirth. Her counterpart is Artemis from Greek mythology.
Outfit: Christian Dior Spring 2020 Couture Collection
Athena is the goddess of battle strategy, and wisdom in Greek mythology. She was always accompanied by her owl and also known as Pallas Athena. She wore a breastplate made out of goatskin called the Aegis, which was given to her by her father, Zeus.
Outfit: Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2009 Couture Collection
Frigga was the Queen of Asgard, the highest of the goddesses and married to Odin in Norse mythology. She was worshipped as a sky goddess and is believed to be responsible for weaving the clouds. Additionally, the Norse believed that she had the power of prophecy and was in charge of weaving the fates.
Outfit: Elie Saab Fall 2017 Couture Collection
Medusa was a monster and a Gorgon in Greek mythology. She was generally described as a winged human female with living venomous snakes in place of hair. Those who gazed upon her face would instantly turn to stone.
Outfit: Zuhair Murad Spring 2018 Couture Collection
The reason I chose these outfits is because I didn't want to be too literal but I also didn't want to sway too far away from who they are as goddesses. I'm sure I could've picked even more unique outfits but with couture fashion being so vast there's probably 100+ more that would suit each of these amazing goddesses.
Overall though I'm pretty pleased with my outfit picks which I believe are all equally unique.Now as for who my favourite goddess is I'd have to go with the following badass woman:
Amphitrite was goddess-queen of the sea and wife to Poseidon in Greek mythology. She was also considered the personification of the sea as a whole, and the mother of seals and dolphins and closely resembled what we know today as mermaids.
Outfit: Ziad Nakad Spring 2020 Couture Collection
If anyone else has any couture gowns/outfits they believe the goddesses featured in this post (or perhaps other that weren't mentioned) would look amazing in feel free to comment in this post or drop me a message with either a link or photo explaining why etc. I'd love to hear your thoughts and opinions on this topic.
Lastly thank you to whoever asked me this question, it was honestly so refreshing to see this message and it actually made my day. I've had a lot of interesting and sometimes negatives comments & messages being left on my blog recently that hasn't exactly made me enthusiastic to post anything whilst the fashion world has one again fallen quieter than usual.
Blessed Be. ✨
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i hooked up w this guy once and said 'you got any toys' n he says 'toys? oh, you mean like a deel-doh' and sometimes at like 3am ill be layin in bed and hear that awful pronunciation ring out like the devils awfulest little bell
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Can we hear more about farmer Rufus? Especially about him supposedly being a werewolf? He's absolutely adorable!
[image text: "Just because I'm always a little scuffed up, no one can pin down where I came from, and I moved onto land infested by wolves doesn't make me a werewolf, right? Nah, nothing but normal humans here."]
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La donna del lago (Luigi Bazzoni & Franco Rossellini, 1965)
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hi, id like to ask a completely genuine question, i cant find anyone whos really talked about this in-depth and im just looking for answers, and this is coming from a trans afab person. is there a way to talk about how afab and amab people are raised differently? how do we address these societal issues while also keeping trans people involved in the conversation? the experiences ive had being afab are still carried with me into my transness and who i am as a person to this day. theyre not the same experiences an amab person has, but i find it hard to talk about it without feeling like im pushing trans women and amab nonbinary people out of the conversation if that makes sense? thank you for your time if you choose to answer, i really really appreciate it
This is a line of thinking that can spiral into radical feminism really quickly, I’m not accusing you of being one - in fact I’m glad you’ve asked this question, even though it’s something that has caused a lot of discourse among the trans community and will undeniably end up with people getting upset. I suggest turning off your anons if they’re on for a little while, because this will ruffle someone’s feathers.
There is no such thing as the “AFAB” or “AMAB” experience. This is something that a lot of folks, mostly white and mostly binary, have trouble understanding. So let’s talk about race and ethnicity here real quick - because like all gender-essentialist views this one is racist and seeped in colonization. Lets consider a cis Latina and a cis white woman, they are both AFAB, they are both raised as girls, they have the same skin tone, they are both heterosexual, and live in the suburbs - in fact, let’s say they’re neighbors. The way that the Latina and the white girl are raised through the gender lens is different, because the way that gender is viewed through a racial lens changes the process of being raised as a specific gender. They experience being raised as “AFAB” in different ways - is there some overlap? Of course! But there is plenty of overlap that they have with their cis male counterparts too.
So if we define AFAB as an experience we will inevitably declare women of color to be less “female” then their white counterparts, this is something very common in TERF groups - Women of color are often treated as lesser women because they’re female identity counteracts with that of white women, both from a social standpoint and a “biological” standing - because if we are using the biological sex binary, then that means we are defining sex as something both innate and measurable through chromosomes, hormones, height, facial features, body hair, and a 100 other things that can be used to attack Black and Brown women. One of the most common examples of this is the way that Black women are considered “manly” in white society due to this collection of issues surrounding the concept of biological sex. See this article about Caster Semenya. (x)
This is also the source of the concept of “AMAB Privilege” a term used by crypto-TERFs and transmisogynistic trans people (typically Truscum FtMs and AFAB non-binary women that share some of their views) who think that trans women are “less oppressed” then they are on the bias of their assigned gender at birth. Which couldn’t be less then true. Besides the attempt at the oppression Olympics, it erases the experiences of trans feminine people and disregards their voices.
Being raised under the assumption that you are a man is not a privilege, in-fact people who are raised as men experience a lot of trauma due to their assigned sex and presumed gender. Both cis men and trans feminine people are abused and then have that abuse ignored under the idea that “Men can’t be abused,”. There have been a lot of social studies among both trans women and cis men and the trauma they face.
Of course, being raised under the assumption that you are a woman is also traumatizing. There have also been several studies that talk about this both from the experiences of trans men and cis women.
A lot of it overlaps. Like, a lot. We have very similar experiences, you swap some words around and it’s the same story. We’re forcibly gendered, made to preform roles that we’re not comfortable with. Our hobbies, clothing, and the way we walk, talk, and look is policed. It’s not a matter of AFAB vs AMAB, its a matter of assigned gender and the abuse that it causes among all children.
You can discuss how being raised as someone presumed to be a woman effects your life, gender, sexuality, or views — but declaring those to be a biological fact, stating that it’s worse then the ‘opposite’ side, and/or assuming that AFAB or AMAB are binary experiences is a slippery slope into white supremacy, transmisogyny, and radical feminism. I don’t recommend it.
And of curse, I encourage trans fems, intersex folk, and amab nonbinary folk to reply to this with their thoughts on and the way that being raised presumed male effects them in similar ways to being raised presumed female. We are more alike then we are different. It's important to talk about the ways that enforced gender harms all people, not just AFAB people.
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are the bits in italian from the scene in morocco actually in the script??
no - like in the cooking scene a bit later on, we just get nicky cursing in italian
which i personally enjoy because it revises nicky from "never swears" to "swears a lot but only in italian".
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what the fuck im obsessed with your patton design
we are on a patton strike these past days!! thank you so much, i'm glad you love him, here's a brief sketch of his design for you x
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i see your scene!bbh and raise you pastel kei!skeppy
americas cringiest couple ❤
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