Yes, you can stream yourself reading my books. You have my full permission. Reading is a wonderful way to experience people, relationships, and the world from the safety of your own home. If we all do our part to make these times a little easier for everyone… they’ll be a little easier for everyone.
alanna: gary I have a big secret to tell you
gary, internally: oh good, he’s finally gonna come out to me! i’m glad he’s comfortable enough to tell me :) AND I can finally tease him about sleeping with the prince
alanna: gary i’m a girl
gary: you’re WHAT
PLAYWRIGHT - Lin-Manuel fanfic
THE GIRL WITH THE HUSKY DAEMON - Lee Scoresby fanfic
Good morning, Tumblr!
He is learning his lines again!! I repeat: he is learning his lines again!!
*screaming in French*
If you’ve seen updates this clip has been taken out of context… he was talking about when he was doing the show in PR last year.
Sorry to say, but they do the exact same thing for humans too.
It’s amazing how people in the notes and comments are absolutely FURIOUS at me for the included Frozen comparison. Special shout out to everyone trying to prove that real people look like this.
Not to mention that when people edit these characters to have better facial proportions, the originals look like bizarre fish people.
How humans draw themselves is always fascinating to me
op why are you speaking like you aren’t human i’m scared
Eh…perhaps read my blog description.
this post has EVERYTHING
I think I know the reason for why people prefer “unrealistic” animation.
For some reason, humans really don’t like things that look like humans but aren’t quite human. Hence why a lot of people are uncomfortable with movies with animation like Monster House and The Polar Express. It looks too realistic to us and sets us off.
Scientists call this the “Uncanny Valley” effect and its thought to be an evolutionary tactic for survival.
The funny part is. No other animals that we know of experience the uncanny valley effect. Only humans. Which leaves the question: what was out there that mimicked humans so well and was so dangerous to us that we evolved to have this as a tactic for survival?
Oh hell yeah this is what I’m here for
Which leaves the question: what was out there that mimicked humans so well and was so dangerous to us that we evolved to have this as a tactic for survival?
Okay, I’ve seen this thread a dozen times before, but not with this addendum.
i made the original post in the throes of unmedicated depression because that’s where my sense of humor was at the time. i don’t check my activity page. seeing it barge onto my dash months later with +250k notes and this exchange attached to it like a bunch of rattling tin cans attached to the tail of a rabid dog running loose is fucking WILD
So sometime after whenever humans developed the uncanny valley effect, did we just hunt this mysterious predator to extinction? Or did it die out on it’s own? Or did it evolve as well into something… else? Could it still be living on Earth today?
Idk why dont we ask the “people eating cryptid” who claims to be from a species that’s easy to hide and apparently passes as human who’s like, 3 reblogs above this?