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wtfuckyou:

It’s funny because Americans wont get it

this is killing me. WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

i was tempted to write what it means, but then i thought

no, let them suffer

i’m suffering

brilliant

Okay, I’m going to take a gander at this.

(I have no idea why I was compelled to use that expression.)

Is “auto class” the same thing as driver’s education?

Hmm. Is part of it a “the screen is fried” pun? 

oh my fucking god

this is adorable

I’m American

and I get this 

I love this so much but I love the comments more

Genius.

(Source: yugoslavic)

Artistic Pet Peeve #03 (of 312, this one is very high up there)

the-real-jules-rivera:

tombancroft1:

When people write me/meet me and say: “My DREAM is to be a Disney animator/ character designer, concept artist, etc.- what TIPS do you have to help me reach my dream?” A TIP? To get a position that thousands of people a year try for and miss? A tip to learn all the YEARS of artistic knowledge and…

I often get people who tell me “Wow, you’re so talented! I could NEVER draw like that.” That’s a frustrating thing to hear because anyone can do what I do if they just put in the time to practice. Really. Going by this, it seems like people aren’t practicing. But why? If someone wants to be a designer or an animator or some art guru, why aren’t they drawing even a practice sketch every day? I juggled an engineering degree and a day job for ten years, drawing comics the whole time because I couldn’t stop myself. So, honest question. Why aren’t these dreamers drawing?

womenwriteaboutcomics:

kellysue:

hipnerd:

Anya and Stella take Wondercon!

There is that surreal moment when Kelly Sue Deconnick recognizes your daughter from Tumblr and calls her and her sister to the front of the line to take a photo — but I’m ahead of myself.

We decided to take the girls to Wondercon for spring break this year. We haven’t gone since it left San Francisco, but as the girls’ fandom has grown we thought they would enjoy a “real” con.

As they walked the floor, they got a lot of nice complements on their costumes. Carol Corps members in particular sought out Stella and got their pictures taken with her, proving once again that they are the best fans in fandom.

We were in line to get some of our Captain Marvel / Pretty Deadly books signed when Kelly Sue spotted Stella and recognized her from her photos on the Internet. Stella ran over and gave her a high five. Kelly Sue gave both the girls Carol Corps dog tags and came around the table to take a photo with them.

In all she was every bit as cool and nice in person as she had appeared to be in print and on the Internet. The girls were super happy and I was so glad that I was able to share with them some of the best of what the comic book community has to offer. 

Thanks to everyone who politely asked to take my girls’ photos and also to those who stopped to allow the girls to take their photo.

They had a wonderful time, and as a result, so did I.

You done good, Mom and Dad!  They’re awesome girls and I am SO GLAD they had a positive introduction to the comics community. 

*w*

alexanderperchov:

if i ever have kids instead of being like “it’s a boy” im going to send out highly bewildering cards that say things like “it’s the chosen one” and “it’s probably not a lizard” and “we’re not sure what it is, but it just set the couch on fire, please send help” with a different thing to every person i send one to just to see what people show up at the baby shower with

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