A comic of my current favorite tumblr post in existence.
oH MY GOD. YOU DREW STEVE IRWIN’S VICTORIAN ANCESTOR. PLEASE WAIT WHILE I GOOGLE WHICH STATES I CAN LEGALLY MARRY DRAWINGS IN THIS IS THE BEST THING I HAVE EVER SEEN
☆☆☆☆☆☆☆ IONIC IS OPEN!!! ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆
orders ship every thursday, though i’ll be closing the store from aug 7-11 for otakon (baltimore, MA) !! if you’d like to pick your order up at otakon please let me know ^o^
I don’t understand getting permission from your girlfriend’s parents to marry her. Why is that still a thing?
Like if you’re asking they probably already know you and if they don’t why do you think you need their permission anyway
Little Shop of Horrors
don’t even talk to me about dysfunctional forms of love and Izaya and Shizuo
I was doing my best to stay calm in the post but JESUS
So Durarara was pretty much all about forms of love (especially the dysfunctional kinds)
Did I ever mention I own hobbit ears?
every time anyone characterises a male character who has canonically shown romantic interest in women as “gay 100% homosexual all about the dudes who likes girls ew! he’s definitely only into cisgender men!!!” i feel another strand of my hair turn to dragonscale
soon the transformation will be complete and the monster will emerge. the bi-wilderbeast. the levia-pan. the polygon
[I’ve been sitting on this post for about three weeks, trying to decide if I wanted to make it or not. I’ve finally decided it’s time to put it out there, so.]
This essay was originally going to be added to this post [link to be added once it’s posted] about Steve’s dog-tags, but I apparently have a lot of feelings about this and it ended up being ridiculously long and sort of tangential to the original post, so I’m simply linking the two. I’ve divided the essay into three parts: church history, immigration history, and speculation.
Disclaimer: I was raised Protestant (in a non-denominational Stone-Campbell church), and I attended undergrad at a Protestant Christian liberal arts college (also Stone-Campbell). My undergraduate degree included church history, but I am definitely not an expert, so I’ve included lots of Wikipedia links to compensate. I am currently attending a Catholic university for my masters, but again, the focus has not been church history (although I have interviewed and transcribed interviews with Catholic priests from the Brooklyn Diocese as part of my classes). I know enough about church history to feel comfortable making this post, but not enough to go into further detail than what is laid out here. If I have made any egregious errors in regards to either branch’s history, please drop me a note so I can correct them.