- Plays: 234
- Artist: Jan Mueller-Michaelis
- Album: Deponia
- Track Name: Huzzah, he's off now goodbye
Huzzah, He’s Off Now Goodbye - Deponia
look at these fucking hats. mod c thinks they’re ugly but we are legally obligated to let you know about new homestuck merch so
we’ve done it
a hat on a fucking hat
this is truly the pinnacle of homestuck merchandise
This is exactly what would happen
i have sinned.
Shameless Promo Time!!
I found this website, called BetterMyths.com. It’s an English major, retelling myths from the world over in a modern, comedic style.
The titles alone are to die for. I reproduce some of them here, because your mod loves you all and needed a good laugh. If you want Mr. Ovid’s hilarious retellings, you’ll have to click the link, but for now, enjoy:
- The Jam Session that Created the Universe
- Melkor Knocks Some Shit Over
- Aulë and Yavanna have a Passive Aggressive Relationship
- The Elves Are Not Masters of Logistics
- Melkor Is Way Too Convincing
- Fëanor Invents Bling
- Melkor Ruins The Party
- Fëanor’s Arctic Road Trip
- Men: Objectively Worse Elves
- The War with Morgoth is Slow as Molasses-Soaked Balls
- Maeglin’s Mom is Easily Distracted
ok I don’t talk about Gravity Falls much but can we reflect for a moment on what a great, natural, healthy sibling relationship Dipper and Mabel have?
like it seems like 90%+ of the time siblings on TV are defined primarily by intense rivalry interspersed with isolated incidents of being fiercely overprotective of each other. or if they aren’t fighting constantly they’re codependent to the point of functioning as a single character. and the Pines twins don’t do either of those. both of them are very much their own people, and they not only care about each other, they seem to genuinely enjoy each other’s company. they’ve got both shared and independent interests, and sometimes one will meet the other half-way on something that’s specifically their sibling’s interest, or deliberately invoke in-jokes in a way that serves to reinforce their bond. when they fight it’s over the kinds of things you fight over when you’re a pre-teen pre-teening in close proximity to another pre-teen rather than contrived situations designed by the writers to pit them against each other to cause drama.
they’re just instantly recognizable as siblings to me in a way that a lot of TV siblings aren’t.
Musicals: Quick Versions
- Les Miserables: Ex-criminal can't catch a fucking break. Crazy cop can't handle multi-dimensional personalities. Boring love interest remains everyone's least favorite character. Everyone you love dies.
- The Phantom of the Opera: Overly dramatic opera singer is caught between a dick boyfriend and a serious case of Stockholm syndrome.
- Wicked: Misunderstood loner chick tries to help people and everyone fucks her over anyway.
- West Side Story: Romeo and Juliet with really tame gangs and sassy Puerto Ricans.
- Grease: If your asshole love interest doesn't like your personality, change everything about yourself.
- Rent: AIDS sucks.
- Cats: Freaky looking cats. That's it. There's literally no plot.