Stardust and Shadows fear me

Hello all, pleasure to meet ya. My name is Megan and I'm a teenage girl that likes to reblog stuff that I find amusing.
I love life's truths and humanity's kindness. BUT I'M ALSO ANIME TRASH.
Hopefully you'll find me a decent human being or a respectful alien and thank you for your time~
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bipolarshinji:

hbnic:

gingersofficial:

tessaviolet:

w.h.a.t.

The fucking first time

I ALMOST CHOKED

i will reblog this every single time it shows up and if you don’t u dont have a heart

miss-nerdgasmz:

toxic-dolls:

resuku:

askwere-froggy:

wheatley-spooks:

mandopony:

ahagotit:

re-sublimity-kun:

HIF … PRE ….


art by RE-sublimity-kun

Epilogue: 

True story, bro.

This is the truest of stories.

Artist problem #1059250912501681095802485203948106

This is truthful. Why? Because artists think that things are handed to them. So they start getting greedy. They wait until they get, and stuck with, a big amount of followers. Mostly by luring them with requests. They they wait and BAM. The slam down the “Pay for my stupid art”hammer. Most people are hungry and will do anything to get their hands on art they requested. But that’s how others unfollow them. Not because they’re idiots. but because nobody should have to pay for shit like that. Unless your mentioned in the news, stop doing commissions.

Well I’m hungry too, that’s why I do commission, you asshole.

What a prick! Drawing takes fucking time! What happened to ‘getting a job and doing what you love?’ how the fuck can we if no one wants to pay for anything and just expects artists to draw for free?

"Artists think that things are handed to them. So they start getting greedy" you mean non-artists start getting greedy, right?

"Most people are hungry and will do anything to get their hands on-" Have you heard the term “starving artist?”

There is a reason why being an artist is considered a “risky” profession by non-creative people- because PEOPLE LIKE YOU like to cheat us out of the pay we deserve because you like taking talented people for granted, and have no concept of labor or exploitation. Show some respect.

We ask for commissions because WE ARE WILLING TO WORK FOR THE MONEY WE EARN. It’s not asking for handouts. Art doesn’t come out of nowhere, and should be paid as such. Don’t believe me? Watch an art time lapse. It takes time and years’ worth of skill to create a piece. Something that people have went to school and trained for, or trained themselves to do for extensive periods of time.

If an artist deems their skill worthy of pay, then it’s FREAKING WORTHY OF PAY. Don’t throw a temper tantrum like a 5-year-old just because you can’t afford an artist’s work.

the-goddamazon:

the-modern-muckraker:

silent3:

throwingshadepodcast:

What year is this

x / x

There’s a reason I hated that sappy, watery, pathetic book. Now I know what it is.

her face tho

Isn’t it really that shocking, though?

All his books take place in these quaint little American towns where virtually no POC exist. He literally writes his own little fantasy world where POC are just these people who live elsewhere or don’t exist at all, and white people are falling in love with each other all over the place.

Someone who can’t write diversity into their own fucking fiction couldn’t possibly give a shit about diversity in real life.

thecutestofthecute:

Congratulations!! You got mail !!!.. Pup-mail that is!!!

isthatacalzone:

shout out to those who used to be able to pretty much coast through school and still get good grades until higher education happened and suddenly you realised you have no idea how to be productive 

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buggyeyes:

fatanarchy:

Good luck affording a place to live. Forget being able to fucking eat “healthy” like you’re “supposed to” (aka, morally obligated to).

We call my homestate taxachusetts for a reason. Y’all wondering why I’m poor and homeless with my husband, there you go. There’s one reason right there.

I have a question about the Kane Chronicles... what is Sadie supposed to look like? She's described as being fair-skinned and having light hair and blue eyes, and I know blue eyes/light hair/light skin =/= white, but in her official portrait she has straight blonde hair and is very pale. But I thought she and her brother were black? If I drew her like her official portrait, would that be whitewashing? I'm really confused.

@Anonymous

minuiko:

Kids with parents of different races sometimes favor one parent over the other rather than looking mixed, per se. It’s rare, but not unheard of, and the Kanes have a white mother and African-American father. Sadie’s described as the splitting image of her mother, as well as pale enough that people are surprised that she and Carter are siblings, so I wouldn’t call it whitewashing if you drew her like her official portrait. I do prefer drawing her with more AA features, but that’s a personal preference.  

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markus-of-nuttus:

demispooky:

male teachers arent allowed to dress code female students anymore at my school because somebody pointed out that if they had been dress coded for their shorts/skirt being too short or their bra showing by a male teacher, that meant said male teacher was looking at her ass and boobs i am laughing my fucking ass off

where is the lie tho

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