I’m back folks!
so who missed me? well anywho, im finally back on in a manner of speaking and i thought i should bring all of u guys up to speed. Pros. im still with the guy i was with in january. Cons. I’m in a really bad rent situation. Pros. If i make staff I’ll finally have a steady-ish job. Cons. I never have enough money to travel as much as my job requires. Pros. I started selling bud on sunday. Cons. all my potential customers are broke. Pros. my depression isnt as horrible as it was. Cons. my nervousness and asthma has gotten worse.
In short i cant help myself to save my life. so my plans for this blog is gonna be both personal and about bud and about occasionally helping me out in a pinch. I’m looking at ways for my friends here to donate if willing any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
One of the BEST ad campaigns about representation I have seen.
Everyone has a backbone. Use yours.
you know what i really like about this, is that it shuts the “it’s not offensive, it just means [alternate definition]” crowd right the fuck down. good.
does anyone else subconsciously give letters and numbers a gender like 4 is such a feminine number while 9 is definitely masculine am i right and then m is a girl of course while j is a boy you get me
you might have ordinal linguistic personification
mmm sounds like a fancy linguini pasta
my favorite panels in yotsuba&! are the landscape shots
all the shots are of perfectly ordinary places — rural outskirts, urban areas, fields in nature — but they aren’t drawn as mundane. they’re drawn as grandiose and wondrous, enormous next to the small figures that are always in them, almost like the characters are on a big adventure in every issue
and, in a child’s mind, every day is a big adventure, and every familiar landscape is huge and full of hidden wonders
and that yotsuba&! can capture that childish spirit so well is what makes it so incredible