Fifty Shades of Copyright Infringement
I kind of want to steal Fifty Shades of Grey, tone down the sex scenes, take out some of the sex scenes, and re-sell it under a different title, promoting it as a novel about emotional abuse instead of BDSM. I bet it would be more highly regarded.
roseapprentice asked: "Once you get this, you have to say 5 nice things about yourself and send to ten of your favourite followers!" Well, you don't have to, but it would be cool no?
Oh, man, where do I begin? Haha. Okay.
1. I REALLY like my comic. I think I’m probably my biggest fan.
2. I enjoy talking to myself.
3. I often think I’m pretty.
4. I crack myself up sometimes.
5. If I played any game against myself, I think I could win.
I think Cosmo did some justice on this one
I feel this to my core.
Lol at #3. Seriously my friends family is obsessed With Bebe and it’s all plain clothing that costs way too much and barely anyone can fit into it
Totally, except I don’t care about #8 (especially if you ARE a similar size). If a thin person asked to borrow my clothes, I’d be like, what? You mean for your mom or something? I’d be confused, but not offended.
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Looking for lyrics
Can anyone give my the lyrics to the song “Donkey Punch Gone Wrong” by Breaking Laces? I heard it once on Pandora and I can’t find the lyrics anywhere, or the song, for that matter, not even on iTunes. So weird - it’s like the 90’s again.
a public service announcement
YES!!! Please spread the message!
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Self-Confidence and Humility
I was just thinking, I think self-confidence and humility go hand in hand. I don’t think humility is about feeling small or worthless. I think it’s really about being at peace with yourself, and allowing yourself to be truly awed by other people or ideas, not comparing yourself to them. And I think this is what allows us to really connect on a deep level, like we’re all valuable, we don’t need to worry about our value, and we can work together towards the same goals if we want to, rather than competing against each other.
And I don’t think self-confidence is really about being (or trying to be) superior to other people. I think it’s about being at peace with yourself, so you don’t NEED superiority and all those other things that might look like confidence, but really create an internal world of anxiety.
This is all an ideal, of course. Most people feel jealousy and superiority and worthlessness, all at some times, and that’s okay. I just don’t think that we need to MAKE ourselves get trapped in those feelings because of some artificial ideals about humility and self-confidence.
Where Are The Mary Sues?
I wish TV Tropes would list examples on the Mary Sue page, because whenever a character is considered a Mary Sue, I usually like the story, and I want to know of more stories that I would like.
"No, you’re wrong. Mary Sue is a writing flaw."
I don’t care. I like what I like.
very outdated I know
but I can’t find anything more recent for halloween haha
gonna stalk each of them later on twitter and instagram but in the meantime enjoy this :D
Yay =) That’s my comic.
wow you’re in tumblr, this is great :D
thanks for the lifehouse comics, I love them so much :3
Thank you, and you’re welcome =) They were so much fun to make.
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Fandom Can Be Real Love
Sometimes people talk about celebrity fandom like it’s fake, but for me, and for probably a lot of people out there, I think it’s real love. I don’t mean romantic love necessarily, or the state of being in love. It’s more like the kind of love that I have for my friends.
I know there are people out there who chase down celebrities for autographs, cross boundaries, make them uncomfortable, or stalk them. I’ve never wanted to do that. I think it’s probably a small minority of fans that actually do go to these extremes, and if someone is famous enough, then a small minority can still be a heck of a lot.
I think of real love as being caring about someone’s well-being, and wanting to make them happy. I think of it as being unconditional. When I think about the celebrities that I like, I think I would do so much for them if it would make them happy - I would listen to them, support them, care about them, but I would still be content not to be a part of their lives at all, if that would be best for them. There’s a lot that I don’t know about their personal lives, but I don’t think I need to know it in order to feel like this.
I suspect there are a lot of fans out there who feel this way too.
Just a random comic I made.
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