🚨 SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS!🚨
This is a BIG SPOILER from episode 100th “Ephemeral”…
Scroll down only if you don’t care about spoilers!
Gabriel Agreste will fusion 3 Miraculous! The Butterfly, the Peacock and the Cat Miraculous and his name will be Shadow Noir
A Portuguese Instagram account, has posted these photos, of the conceptual art of this new fusion!
Although we cannot say that it is 100% confirmed, apparently this account receives some information about the new episodes so they can be promoted, but they wait for some kind of trailer from the official channels to be able to reveal what they have, and from what you can see, the design looks quite similar to the one seen in the trailer … So it’s probably real!
“Conceptual art of the villain Shadow Noir I had already received these spoilers but unfortunately I could not reveal them, since they were confidential. I hope you understand”
Oh tag viewing with this new format is actually fucking horrific
this is so impractical i’m gonna cry. THE SCROLL.
oh my god it’s like that for ALL of it. for the likes too… it literally just makes the page horrifically long instead of having a limited box space that you scroll INSIDE of, which is what we had before, which is literally the preferable way to do it
if you were a young girl from 2007-2012 then The Camisole was your only defense against the terrible onslaught of uncomfortable youth fashion. every shirt from that era was a low cut scoop neck/v-neck and every pair of jeans was low-rise; the camisole stitched these miserable garments into a complete outfit in the same was that frankenstein’s monster was fashioned a complete man. The Camisole has done more for society than our troops.
The toddlers currently binge watching finger family among us pregnancy coffin dance elsa spiderman play with slime compilation videos are going to one day invent the most intriguing and uniquely repulsive EDM subgenre in mankind’s existence on their Amazon smart home creator software in 2033
this is soooooooo funny
As a person with… I think hazel eyes? Idk, they’re blue ringed with green that turns to an orangey-yellow around my pupil, I feel this post needs more positive commentary.
you’re the reason we need to sit quietly -_-
Obsidian is a natural volcanic glass formed when lava high in silica cools quickly preventing crystal growth.
Cracking open a cooled one with the geology boys.
I did not expect that response. I should have expected it though, so that’s on me.
analyzing culturally important shitposts from an autistic perspective. “Those are his hooves you bitch” occupies a particularly esteemed tier
I don’t know if this really is apparent to others but one of the main types of humor on the internet is “person does ‘deviant’/weird thing and everyone laughs at them”
there is, however, a related type, where a person does a “deviant” or weird thing, someone questions it, and gets immediately shut down with an equally unorthodox and “weird” reply, ending up memorialized as the person who stepped out of line
It’s a fun little inversion wherein lil wayne is not violating socially sanctioned boundaries by having socks on in the jacuzzi tub, but the person questioning his socks definitely is, because why would you question someone’s hooves? What is wrong with you? You bitch?
TIL In 552AD two monks successfully smuggled silkworm eggs in their walking sticks from China to the Byzantine Empire, essentially ending the silk monopolies of China and Persia, and bringing silk manufacture to Europe.
Even funnier, it was funded, planned, and coordinated by the Emperor Justinian himself as a wild ‘n wacky heist YEARS in the making.
Comedy heist movie set in 552 AD about these two monks
this guy is genuinely excited and happy and nobody can take that away from him but there are a few indelibly hilarious things about this video that i will not spoil
Filmed half in the anime about to go crazy angle
“hey big bro mom said to come down for dinner we’re having spaghetti”
“sorry…..no meatballs bc grandma has high blood pressu–”
*thinking* “i hate when he gets like this….he know gammy can’t handle the sodium…..if he treats his own family like this i wonder how he treats his poor girlfriend [your/name]….maybe i should call her and ask……..”
[to be continued….]
Please don’t continue
the audacity to say this to me when u have an ao3 donation post reblogged right above it…..how about u let me do what i need to do to put some notes on the table and u worry abt ur game grumps rpf fic
No no let them continue
thank you <3
*ring ring* “hey [y/n] this is thanos’s little brother we met at the barbecue….yeah haha that was my vegan macaroni salad. yeah the secret is actually mustard, believe it or not. you dont believe it? okay well that’s more of a figurative expression–”
“hey who is that”
“oh ok. oh by the way mom said to tell you that someone is here to see you”
“who– *gasps and hangs up the phone*”
“hey harry……remember me”
[to be continued…….]
Children need chores, they need responsibility in order to learn and develop necessary skills. I am so sick of the way young people are framing any kind of chore as abuse.
Having to run the sweeper isnt slave labor and being asked to babysit your little sibling doesn’t make you “basically a second mom”
Also your parents dont have to pay you to do chores.
It really comes down to the internet’s all-or-nothing thinking. Yes, there are ways chores can be used as abuse. Forcing a kid to do things they’re not physically capable of, having them babysit so much they really are parenting their siblings, etc. But most of the time? It’s just chores.
My parents did use chores as abuse, and yet there’s other chores I wish they’d had me do so that I could learn how to do them instead of struggling as an adult.
And I think allowance works better as “here’s some money so you can learn how to spend and save,” rather than getting kids into the grind mindset and this idea that absolutely everything you do has to be for money.
Like, I was one of those kids who was given way too much responsibility. I was in charge of keeping my younger siblings alive and keeping the house in order every day after school, all summer, and whenever my parents needed a babysitter from the time I was 12 until I went off to college. They had no other choice during the recession with no family around and no really trustworthy friends to watch us. My parents have apologized for this because they’ve since realized this was an undue burden to place on the shoulders of a 12 year old, and I appreciate that, but it’s still something that affects me to this day. I struggle with feeling responsible for, well, everything.
Some of the things I learned were good. I’m a marvel at getting babies to sleep and I can clean a whole house and I’m a great cook. I also feel like I HAVE to do it all myself or that means I’m failing somehow.
On the flip side is my friend who grew up with a cleaning service. She’s a wonderful human being and one of my dearest friends. Cooking and baking are things she gets to just enjoy, and she’s much better at self-care than I am. She doesn’t have that same “I have to do it all” pressure.
She also didn’t know how to clean a bathroom until I showed her how when we lived together in college, and had never in her life done any kind of deep clean.
The constant here is that our parents both failed us and bolstered us, just in the opposite ways. There needs to be a balance. Yes, you should give kids chores. It teaches them how to survive as adults on their own and shows them how to behave when they live with other people. But you can’t make a habit of relying too much on your children, of having them shoulder burdens they’re far too young for.
If you really need your kid to babysit a lot, give her some money for it so you’re not turning her into another parent. Make sure not to gender chores–your girls need to know how to change their oil and use a lawn mower and your boys need to know how to wash a dish and clean their clothes–and have kids do age appropriate chores, even if it’s easier for you to do them yourself.
Because at the end of the day the goal is to raise kids into functional, well-rounded adults, and treating them like either royalty or the hired help won’t get you there.
fanfic speedrun: write the scene you want to write and skip the rest of the fic
(same goes on the reader side of things)
I’m seeing people on this post who think that what I’m saying is, “Write out of order, starting with the things you enjoy most.” And while that’s fine advice, it’s not actually what I said.
What I said was, “Only write the thing that’s fun, and don’t write the rest.”
Write one shots. Write drabbles. Write ficlets. If you have 5 interesting scenes but you can’t figure out how to tie them together into a fic, then write 5 separate ficlets, post them in a series, and when you get another idea for that series just plop it right in there and rearrange the works into the right order.
You don’t have to write longfic to write fanfic.
I love one shots. One shots are awesome. One shots don’t fuck around. One shots are a hit of pure, distilled fandom straight into the veins. They know what they’re here to accomplish and by God they accomplish it with as little extraneous bullshit as possible. Sometimes you don’t want a 30 chapter slow-burn epic five course meal; it too much. Sometimes you just want to down a double-expresso one shot of your favorite character and ride that high for the rest of the afternoon.
What about like, oneshots that need context? i.e. how a ship got to be a ship, what events led to X and Y
Write that as your summary, then do the thing. You don’t actually need to explain in detail. For example:
- A and B are celebrating their first wedding anniversary.
- The team are on the run from [Big Bad] and while they’re holed up in a hotel they plan their next move
Boom. Done. How they met and fell in love and got married doesn’t matter. How Big Bad found them or what happens next doesn’t matter. You can write those things another time, if you ever want to, but for now you can just do the part that you want.
And if you never want to write more? Okay. You don’t have to.
Just write that scene. Your readers can imagine the rest.