Another gem from The Asylum:
Another gem from The Asylum:
Though not much is known about Joshamee Gibbs prior to or even directly after his service in His Majesty’s Royal Navy, we can safely assume that he did have a penchant for piracy and, more specifically, an existing familiarity with one Captain Jack Sparrow.
When the zombie apocalypse happens, move to Canada.
A bromance so good, we coined a new term for it - RoBromance. (Technically, one of my Twitter followers coined it, but I told him I was stealing it.)
The relationship between these two is too new to have many robromantic anecdotes, but my favorite so far has been Dorian’s attempts to get John a girlfriend. He goes behind John’s back and sets up an online dating profile and then proceeds to bring it up in awkward situations, much to John’s chagrin. Dorian is great at getting under John’s skin, but not in an aggressive way, and always with a purpose.
I love the way that Dorian interacts with John, and the way that he draws the better version of John from beneath the layers of curmudgeon, perhaps even helping John to heal from the emotion and trauma in his past.
I’m looking forward to seeing more of these two on screen.
talk about how reading a book and watching a movie should be treated the same way?
If I’m watching a movie and someone calls me, I’ll either answer or text them and say, “I’m watching a movie,” and they’ll be like, “Oh ok sorry just call when it’s over.”
But if I’m reading a book and someone calls me, I actually never answer the phone unless I know it’s important (or it’s my mom and it’s the second time she’s trying me). Then they’ll text and say, “hey are you busy?” and I say, “yeah I’m reading,” to which they casually respond, “oh well this’ll only take a sec..” and it NEVER DOES and they proceed to text me whatever unimportant thing they feel the need to communicate to me for some inexplicable reason. And then they’re offended if I don’t respond right away…ugh. Just because I can put a book down doesn’t mean I want to.
So please, be courteous to the reader in your life, okay?
So I decided be festive with my nails for thanksgiving. I got compliments from my family on how seasonal the colors were.
I come home to the Raptor House and-
BN: What’s with the Iron Man nails?
Oh stop it, you.
I’ve recently noticed that it’s trendy to be “intelligent.” Suddenly, it’s popular to be smart, well-read, and knowledgeable about…everything. There’s nothing wrong with intelligence, reading books, or being knowledgeable…those are beautiful things. I do, however, have issues with the use of intelligence to put other people down. It is widely popular for people to have an air of superiority, and assert that if someone does not seemingly live up to some standards or criteria, then they must be less intelligent or stupid. Is this really necessary?
Steampunk meets Star Wars!!
The Power of Comics - PhdTV
Her face says it all.