Full size here.
This is a response to the 10 or 11% of my ask box consisting of inquiries about pancakes, waffles and pancakes vs. waffles.
I promise I’ve been working on things that are at least a little less stupid than this too.
the first two panels are this comic is pretty much me and des.
I h8 u both it is jif go away ♡
because this is p.much what bff and i did for college UNTIL I ABANDONED HIM IN THE WOODS FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE -> BERKELEY
and he nicely guilt tripped me over this last night
OH MY GOD UNIVERSE I’M SORRY, OKAY?
F u CKK.
Shit son, Tod Hackett is a lvl 900 Nice Guy TM.
++book enjoyment plummeting rapidly++
lmao i coulda told you that based on the quote you posted
That was like, his lvl 730 quote, then he got worse.
This is one of those books that’s good, but the main character is such a terrifying douche that I don’t care for it anymore :C
and i rly like faye :CCC
LIKE OKAY HE’S FUCKING LIKE:
If only he had the courage to wait for her some night and hit her with a bottle and rape her.
Only the essay I’m writing is supposed to focus on the author’s depiction of California/Hollywod rather than what an awful person the Tod is :C.
jhenne just asked if my paper was 60% footnotes now and i thought there was only one way to answer this
Prof of my heart tbh
BUT ALL THE TURTLE JOURNALS ARE UGLY JHENNE.
Hahaha o des ilu.
Girl, get on Zazzle and customize yourself a notebook.
~*Pretty as u want*~
Reblogging because of the excellent analysis.
I fully agree with this, but let us not forget that while FMA is a manga/anime, A:TLA/LOK is an american cartoon, and the narrative and concepts of heroism, epic, and badassness are different in both genre, in my humble opinion
I would say that’s not true, and even if it was, the rest of A:TLA/LOK is supposed be drawing from Asian mythos narratives. The very point of the Avatar is a heroic narrative based on Asian philosophies. As a shonen manga/anime FMA pushes far past the expectations of the prototypical shonen and instead gives us a heroic tale that also includes love, romance, family, and strongly developed female characters. FMA is already not entirely of the shonen genre mold, and A:TLA/LOK is arguably supposed to be taking from the very same ideas and philosophies that much of FMA uses (especially Buddhism).
Plus if “American heroic narratives” involves “less developed female characters who fall in the spectrum between really masculine or really feminine” that uh, is a big problem! And shouldn’t be part of the narrative. And then we should ask ourselves why Japan accepts this, but why the US apparently would not?
I would say the big difference here is that Arakawa is a woman who wrote good characters, and Bryke are men who tried to write female characters who were good because they were just like the boys.
[you don’t have to reply but discussion is there. idk not attacking you just talking]
“Arakawa is a woman who wrote good characters, and Bryke are men who tried to write female characters who were good because they were just like the boys.”
it’s okay jhenne i judge you way harder for forgetting aladdin three
WHICH IS HOW WE STARTED TALKING
hahaha, SHUSH I actually don’t think Aladdin 3 was as awful as the other ones! (RoJafar was just like ? ! ?, but KoT was…better?)