gues who just finished a webcomic an hour before the deadliine for the third time in a row.

tha’s right its me.

god i’m tired.




hades isn’t a badass. hades named his three-headed-guard-of-the-underworld-dog spot. hades whispers to his flowers to make them grow. hades grows fruit. there’s no sun in the underworld.

hades isn’t a badass. stop saying this false thing

#persephone sets up wifi in the underworld and hades spends all day watching vine compilations (via bralpha)



i… hate… your……. tendency to give me LOTS AND LOTS OF FANDOM FEELS THROUGH PHOTOSETS and if I did not see them YOU MAKE SURE I FIND THEM.


It’s Banned Books Week!I think I speak for all of us when I say that challenging or banning books just makes us want to read them more. Here’s what I’ve been reading this week so far on the subject of books and censorship:

Banned Books Week.orgThe Top 10 Challenged TitlesBooks Challenged or Banned 2012-2013 11 Quotes From Authors On Censorship & Banned Books15 Books Banned For The Most Absurd Reasons Ever12 Crazy Reasons Why Books Have Been Banned12 Signs You’re A Banned Book ReaderOn the “Banned” Wagon: The Month in Book ChallengesAmerica’s Most Surprising Banned Books A Chat With Rainbow Rowell About Love and CensorshipPenguin Presents: Authors Stand Up for Free SpeechPatrick Ness’s Top 10 ‘Unsuitable’ Books for TeenagersGiving Voice to the Voiceless: Author Ellen Hopkins
"literally anything* I choose *me*, don't hold back!

oh god.

thing I hate about you…..

you got me hooked on homestuck, you bitch.

iiiiii kinda wanna buy myself copic markers.


Last night I had a dream that I went to Disney World with dedicatedfollower467 but I couldn’t climb up the “hidden passage” to the ‘actual hidden passage’ in the Haunted Mansion building (none of these things exist irl but they did in my dream) because the hole was so small I couldn’t fit my butt through it, and there was nothing there to help me pull myself up and actually climb out so I was kind of stuck there for a second. And I was pissed because that’s where the secret Haunted Mansion gift shop was and I couldn’t get there because the only way in was a damned hole in the ceiling.

Afterwards I marched over to an office in the same building labeled COMMERCE OFFICE and chewed out the guy in a yellow crimped wig sitting there in his weird office candy shop place (theme decorated offices weird me out guys) about how ableist it was to make something you have to CLIMB THROUGH to get to the end of the feature, and suggested the alternative of a hidden doorway behind some curtains or something if they really wanted a hidden passage so that it would actually be accessible to people who can’t fucking leave the ground and climb to the ceiling at will.The guy said to me “I’ve never thought about it from that angle before” and agreed that they should do something about it, and some other dudes coming in and out agreed with my idea and said they’d start building it soon in the painting gallery wall.

It had been like 15 minutes since I’d last seen Def and a friend (who I don’t know irl but Def you had a friend with you), and I was worried that they’d left without me because Time’s A-Wastin’, but on my way out of the building I saw a Really Hardcore guy making improvements to the Thunder Mountain mine walkthrough cave and the surroundings. The office guy (balding underneath his wig lmao) explained that he’s been “working on the mine for twenty years” and that it was his life’s work to make it look realistic and visually interesting.


I don’t know what my brain smokes when I go to bed but it is some potent shit.

 I always feel very flattered when people dream about me.


the  new ask meme: send me literally anything and ill tell you something i hate about it




Earth’s Mightiest Heroes? What a bunch of a-holes!



Send me ships. I can only respond with GIFS



Watch the video first. It’s worth pausing your music or finding your headphones for. Trust me.
Prompted by (x)

It is not Bucky’s first mission with the Avengers, but it is his first with just some of them. Thor is dealing with some kind of bildschnipe invasion in Asgard, Natasha is off guarding someone important, and Sam is at a family reunion. Which leaves Bucky with Clint, Tony, and Steve for their operation in the office building that they are pretty sure is a front for a remaining branch of Hydra. What Clint and Tony don’t know, but Bucky is all too aware of, is that Steve should never, ever be trusted with undercover work.

There is a safe that supposedly contains a flash drive with a list of all remaining Hydra facilities, and this is their target. Bucky is stationed in the building across the street, providing sniper cover of the room that houses the safe. Tony is in charge of getting to the security office and making sure that they don’t set off any alarms. Clint is tasked with exploring the building via the air ducts to see if there is any other valuable information to be found there.

Steve goes in dressed like a lazy office worker, and does his best to sneak into the building and up to the room without detection. Since Steve is about as good an actor as Arnold Schwarzenegger and twice as recognizable, this plan goes south fairly quickly. Steve makes it into the room fine, but before he even has a chance to open the safe, three armed Hydra agents storm into the room. Steve whirls around to face them while Bucky tenses, finger on the trigger of his sniper rifle.

Bucky mutters a curse. He could take one or two of the agents down, but he doesn’t have a clear shot of the middle one, and there’s no way he can get all of them before they get Steve.

“Wow, this got serious,” Steve remarks, hands in the air. He turns back to look through the window, and Bucky can see the calculating and mischievous look in his eye. Bucky learned to fear that look a long time ago.

“Steve, no.”

Steve completely ignores Bucky’s warning, and turns back to the Hydra agents. He shrugs his shoulders a little bit, getting into character.

“Steve, you promised me last time that you wouldn’t do it again. Don’t do it, Steve.”

Steve raises his arms, and his hands are shaped into finger guns.

“I’m warning you,” he says, his voice coming out deeper than usual.

“Goddammit, Steve.”

“I am a lethal killing machine,” Steve plows on. “It was a secret government experiment. They did weird stuff to me. Spooky stuff…anal stuff.”

Clint comes to a dead stop in the middle of his air duct.

“What the fuck is he doing?”

“Something amazing,” says Tony, who is watching the live security camera feed of the scene. “Something truly, truly amazing.”

“He’s doing something idiotic,” Bucky snaps. “Now shut up so I can focus.”

“Turned me into a dangerous telekinetic,” Steve continues. There is a clink of metal as Bucky does a facepalm. “As the ancient Tibetan philosophy states: don’t start none, don’t be none.”

“Who is he and what has he done with Steve Rogers?” Clint demands in a whisper.

“Barton, this is the Steve Rogers that I had to look after during the war,” Bucky hisses back. “It’s a miracle I never got an ulcer.”

“I think the Captain America chapter of my history book was missing a few pages,” drawls one of the Hydra agents.

“I can’t believe we were missing out on this for three years,” Tony says, watching gleefully as Steve just smirks at the agent, his finger-guns still locked and loaded. “JARVIS, I believe you know what to do.”

“Sir, are you sure that’s appropriate?”

“Oh yeah. Set it up.”

“Telekinetic your way out of this,” the Hydra agent says, stepping forward with a pair of the heavy-duty cuffs that they designed for Steve but tested on the Winter Soldier.

The sight of them makes Steve’s eyes go hard, but his grin stays firmly in place. He pulls his finger-trigger with a ‘PEW!’ noise that most people don’t make after they’ve graduated from the fifth grade, and the agent goes down in a spray of crimson as Bucky makes a perfect shot. The speaker system starts blaring Don’t Stop Believing, and a second agent goes down with a pop from Steve’s imaginary gun and a bullet from Bucky’s real one.

The third agent is still standing, looking equal parts incredulous and terrified. Steve turns both finger guns on him, and the agent just shakes his head, holding up his very real gun in surrender.

“Face down,” Steve orders in what he probably thinks is an intimidating voice. “Or I’ll make your heart stop beating with my mind.”

The guy hits the deck, and Tony loses it, doubling over and laughing so hard that he has to open the faceplate of his suit to get enough air.

“If I don’t get a video of this, Stark, I will unscrew every single bolt on all of your robots,” Clint warns.

“Please,” Tony scoffs. “What do you think everyone is getting for Christmas?”

“If you two don’t stop encouraging him, I will shoot you both,” Bucky growls.

“The music is a nice touch,” Clint adds, ignoring Bucky.

“Thank you.”

Steve turns to the window and gives Bucky a shit-eating grin and a thumbs-up. Bucky gives him a metal one-fingered salute.



so for the record.

when alphabetizing, names beginning with mc are treated as just that, mc, and as such go after names beginning with ma and before names beginning me.

they are not some magical special section of their own which goes before all the other m names.

i mean in some alphabetizing systems you’d put a name beginning with m’c before the other m names but mc on its own is still part of the rest of the alphabet like any other name.