Recreation of South Park: Post-Covid 💔
Recreation of South Park: Post-Covid 💔
Why's he so sassy about it! Lmao
J I M I N
[ 10:18 am ] two, tree shopping.
pairing jay x gn! reader. genre fluff. wc 283.
‘what about this one?’ you tugged jay towards the tree you were pointing at before dropping his hand to get a closer look. ‘it’s definitely the best out of a bad bunch.’
‘i hate to say that i told you so,’ he stepped closer, examining the sad-looking tree. ‘except i really don’t.’
he was right, and you hated to admit it. you’d expressed your excitement to buy a real tree for the first time for your new apartment, and your boyfriend told you time after time to get one as early as possible. you brushed him off for the entire month of november, and now you were standing in an almost-empty ‘christmas tree’ garden.
‘i think this one is cute,’ pretending that this was all planned was the best you could do. ‘i hate healthily green trees.’
‘ok, i’ll ask a worker for this one, then,’ jay smirked to himself, about to walk away and call for assistance when you quickly grabbed his arm to stop him. ‘is there a problem?’
‘i think we passed by a furniture store on the way here,’ you stated, beginning to walk towards the exit. ‘as much as i love that sad little tree, i think i would prefer one that won’t shed all over my rug.’
you heard the teasing laughter of the boy following behind you, an annoyed expression taking over your features. but you couldn’t stay annoyed for long, not when you arrived home with a faux tree and a box full of specially decorated brown, tree-shaped cookies. a gift from jay, of course, who made a mental note to buy you your first real and alive tree the next time christmas is approaching.
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made without fairies, because she asked his uncle and dad first
Matt Hancock will be pleased.
// antisemitism, nazism
i don't know the context to south park rn (and tbh i refuse to to) but making the joke that the nazi caricature is actually jewish in the end is not the big brain move you think it is
[ID: headline that says: "After decades of tormeting Jews, South Park's Cartman converts to Judaism". /End ID]
even if there might be some scheme or plot twist or any other shit that proves that cartman is just making this shit up, this isn't funny. fans argue that south park actually makes fun of antisemitics and racists, but the show gets way too comfortable making these jokes. from episode ONE (since the 90's!!!) we're forced to watch cartman spew out slurs against kyle and other jewish people, create absurd and racist scenarios, and there's also the joke that cartman is homosexually obsessed with his victim. fans actively ship these two (even to the point of making HOLOCAUST AUs) and the show also encourages that!
people actually, UNIRONICALLY like eric cartman, he's considered to be the best character of the show, and a lot of fans throw antisemitic and racist jokes around like it's a funny game. people also argue "oh but jewish/other marginalized people like south park and don't take it seriously" as a shield to justify the show's humor.
but this shit isn't fucking funny. the joke that a bigot is actually their target victim the entire time is not progressive, this has already been deconstructed to death. it paints bigotry as harmless. it makes fun of the centuries of sufferings that jewish and other marginalized people have faced. cartman is often painted as harmless in the show but he does the most heinous things to kyle, whose sole existence is "The Jewish Kid" and whose appearances involve grotesque scenarios that target him specifically.
south park is not progressive. the creators are not progressive. stop justifying this shitty show. stop justifying antisemitism and racism and bigotry in the goddamn year of 2021.
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Character Intros: Jay + Cali Ver.
↳ Genre(s): Angst, Fluff
↳ Warnings: Implied Toxic Relationships
↳ Summary: Learn about EA characters Jay & Cali!
↳ Written By: Gypsie ( @enhasfever )
↻ Cali — 5:30 AM, Monday
the rhythmic beeping of her phone alarm stirred cali from her restless slumber and she reached out blindly to grab the noisy device. after successfully silencing the alarm, she squinted against the bright light of her phone screen and briefly glanced through the notifications littering her lock screen that she'd missed overnight, none of which she deemed important enough to tend to at the moment.
she pushed herself into a sitting position in her bed and let the silky covers pool at her waist, a chill running down her spine as the warmth of her covers left her at once. she swung her feet over the side of the bed where they were promptly inserted into her favorite pair of slippers before she fully rose from the bed. taking the fuzzy blanket she kept folded on the chair next to her nightstand, she wrapped herself in it to preserve any leftover warmth and shuffled tiredly downstairs.
"cali, there you are!" her mother exclaimed exasperatedly, halting in her steps in the center of the vast living room with her hands placed on her hips. "you should've been up half an hour ago, we need to be out of here by six if we plan to catch our flight on time."
cali glanced warily at her mother from across the room, her brows furrowed as she only then took the time to notice the multiple suitcases stacked near the door. her heart dropped into her stomach. "what do you mean?" she pried, her voice raising an octave as the bad feeling festering in her gut grew by the second.
her mother blinked silently and fixed a look of vexation at her disheveled state. "we're leaving for tahiti today," she articulated in a way that implied that cali should've already known this information.
cali began shaking her head in denial as tears began brimming at her waterline. "what? no, that trip was booked for next month!" just as the panicked cry left cali's lips, her father shimmied past her with a few pieces of luggage, himself. "dad, you said they weren't sending you out there until next month!"
"honey, your mother and i both reminded you numerous times that plans have been rescheduled. it was your responsibility to pack your things," he countered, seeming not at all concerned for cali's lack of knowledge on the change.
"if you wouldn't spend so much time with your nose in your phone, then maybe you would've actually heard us all those times we kept reminding you," her mother surmised with a shrug of her shoulders.
hot tears rolled freely down cali's flushed cheeks as she watched her parents begin to gather up the luggage near the door to take to the awaiting car outside. "maybe i wouldn't spend so much time on my phone if my parents actually spoke to me from time to time," she lamented, her voice wobbling slightly as she stormed further into the living room. "you only acknowledge my existence when i do anything that benefits you and makes you look good!"
"that's enough, cali," her mother scolded. "you can act like a brat all you'd like, but this is on you for not being prepared. maybe you can come with us next time." cali watched with a seething glare as her mother lifted the handle to her suitcase and began to roll it towards the opened front door. "have a good first day of school and don't wreck the house, we'll be back in three weeks. we love you!"
before cali knew it, the door closed behind her parents and she was left in an empty, quiet house alone with nothing but her own snivels to occupy the space. cali threw herself onto one of the three pristine white sofas and sank deep into the cushions as her shoulders wracked with her sobs. she took a few minutes to compose herself before pulling her phone out from under the blanket she'd wrapped herself in and navigated straight to her contacts.
she selected the person whom she needed to speak to and pressed the phone to her ear, sniffling one last time as the ringing began. four rings later, his groggy voice echoed on the other end of the line. "yeah?"
"i need you to drive me to school today," she sighed shakily, a pout forming on her chapped lips.
"just get your parents to take you." the irritation in his voice didn't go unnoticed by cali and she had to swallow down another lump that began to form in the back of her throat.
"they just left to tahiti for the next three weeks," she deadpanned in response, the usual hostility beginning to come back to her as she gradually grew angrier at the situation she was left in. she hated how quick and easy it was for her parents to reduce her to a hollow, sobbing mess and she hated even more when anyone outside of her household witnessed her in her time of weakness. she was not weak.
a long sigh drew from the other line and it was quiet for a few beats as light shuffling could just barely be heard. "fine, be ready by seven or you'll have to take the bus."
cali's nose wrinkled up at the thought of being stuck on that migraine on wheels for who knows how long until they'd reach the school. "okay," she agreed. "thank you, jay."
"yeah, sure." the conversation ended at that and cali rose from her slouched position on the sofa to rush around the house, ensuring that she would be ready on time.
↻ Jay — 6:00 AM, Monday
jay hung up the call and planted his face into his pillow, letting out a despaired groan as the hand that hung over the side of his bed dropped his phone to the carpeted floor below. he couldn't even be granted a solid week to grieve over the breakup before cali was pestering him again. he should've expected as much, it had been happening for over a year by this point.
shooting his group chat a message asking for thoughts and prayers for the day ahead after retrieving his phone from the floor, jay lifted himself from the coziness of his bed which could've been enjoyed for half an hour longer if he hadn't been summoned. stumbling his way out of his room and down to the kitchen, he was met with bright lights and the smell of freshly brewed coffee.
"hi, honey," his mother greeted with a small concerned frown, "what are you doing up this early?"
"i, uh, gotta drive someone to school today," jay answered vaguely as he shuffled over to the coffeemaker to pour himself a much needed cup of the caffeinated beverage. he brushed back his mess of dark locks as he continued to make his drink, hoping and praying to any higher power that his mother would just leave it at that.
"is it cali?" she asked knowingly, and jay visibly cringed as he sat the coffee pot back down. a frustrated sigh left her lips as jay slumped over to where she sat at the dining room table with a look of shame etched on his face. "sweetheart, you've got to stop letting her walk all over you like this."
jay shook his head adamantly. "we're not back together, she just needs a ride to school and that's it," he explained between tentative sips.
"she can drive herself, can't she?" his mother scoffed dismissively.
"no, she doesn't have a license," jay countered tiredly.
"because you do everything for her, right?"
jay glanced up to meet his mothers disapproving expression and a small pang of guilt bloomed in his chest as he quickly lowered his gaze back to his coffee cup. "it's just for today, i'll make sure she gets someone else to take her for the next three weeks..."
"three weeks?" her eyebrows shot up.
"her parents left her home alone...again." jay's shoulders slumped and his mother let out another disapproving sigh, but she didn't push the subject any further which jay was grateful for.
jay took his time in getting ready, hoping to prolong the time before he'd have to allow his ex-girlfriend into his car willingly. at five minutes until 7:00, jay gathered up his school things and left the house with a kiss to his mother's cheek before starting on the drive to cali's house. she was already waiting outside on her porch by the time jay pulled up the long driveway and he took in a deep breath to calm his nerves as she began to approach the car.
cali slid into the passenger's seat wordlessly and the car was suddenly filled with the familiar scent of her that had jay's stomach twisting. a tense silence filled the air between them as he then continued on towards their school, neither speaking nor sparing the other so much as a brief glance. cali stared out of her window and jay kept his eyes on the road straight ahead the entire ride there.
after parking in an available spot in the student parking area, jay turned the car off but neither one of the two made any move to exit the vehicle. the same tension filled the enclosed space and jay fidgeted uncomfortably, his hands fiddling with the keyring he now held.
"can you take me back home, too?" cali asked quietly.
jay nodded wordlessly and spared a glance in her direction, his attention immediately being caught by the ring adorning her finger that was glinting in the sunlight. his eyes traveled to his own hand where a matching ring decorated one of his digits, as well. that twisting feeling in his gut only intensified and he began to chew on the inside of his cheek anxiously.
"do you have someone to take you tomorrow?" he finally managed to ask. this time, cali answered wordlessly with a shake of her own head. "can you find someone?" again, she shook her head negatively. jay let a deep sigh draw from his lungs before he began to gather up his things. "we'll talk about it later, we should get going so we're not late."
cali, too, began to gather her school materials and exited the car as quickly as she had entered it. she walked a little ways ahead of jay where she met with her best friend near the main doors. jay began to mentally prepare himself for a long year ahead.
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