Top 5 favourite of your OCs! :D
In descending order, and I’m mainly using fancharacters:
- Stephanie Brown (The ultimate example of ‘goes through crap and still smiles at the end of it. I have made this girl SUFFER. I broke her ribs, her arms and her heart. And she’s still smiling and learning from it. I love her so much.)
- Moira Del Rosso (Based on someone dear to my heart, Moira’s story is a real one, although the Pokemon are kind of a fabrication. ;; I wanted her reactions to the world feel as real as possible, so that her actual growth is going to be amazing and palpable. It’s going to be amazing.)
- Ivy Devon (Although almost identical to Stephanie, Ivy’s innocence comes from actual naiveté - she HASN’T experienced hardship, and when it does, it hits her hard. The way she grew from it, however, was a joy and a half to plot out with you. QuQ )
- Roweena Eloi (A little low on this list because I am not going to deny she is a horrible person and I’d hate her guts if I knew her in real life.)
- …Whoever the fuck these kids are:
((Look at these two precious dorks. Precious precious dorks.
I’ll eventually reveal a bit more - it’s a pet project of mine. But until then, here’s a better look at the girl:
These are all children’s films. I can’t really recall a film I saw recently that I both liked AND disliked, save for those I saw with my nostalgia goggles on, so this’ll have to do:
- Quest for Camelot (Beautiful soundtrack and great visuals… and the most vapid predictable plot you can imagine.)
- Land Before Time Sequels (I’ll be damned if someone can’t remember at least one song from these cash-grabs. “Friends for Dinner”, “Big Water”, even the motherfucking “EGGS!” song. For all their vapid, many faults, they were still adventures… and fun ones! )
- The Spiderwick Movie (It was never meant to be as good as the books… but damnit I still cried.)
- The Care Bears Movies (I saw each monstrosity three times. I saw it three times. I love it. Dark Heart became a real boy, Nicholas married the girl! All of these were victories you could celebrate, and celebrate I did! )
- Frozen (The only recent thing on this list. It’s actually a good Disney movie… and I HATE its guts. it’s a horrible, sexist Snow Queen adaptation and Disney could have done so much better.)
Top 5 favorite characters!
- Bob Belcher (Bob’s Burgers)
Did you think I was gonna pick Tina?
Bob Belcher’s one of those people you really REALLY mustn’t judge at first glance. To anyone who doesn’t know him, he’s a mustachioed, hairy, fat idiot who cooks food no one eats.
Look a little deeper, though, and you’ll see something amazing: Bob is the father in an American sitcom, and unlike Homer Simpson, Peter Griffin or Richard Watterson… HE’S THE SMART ONE. He’s consistently looking out for his children’s well-being, he keeps his goofy wife and kids in check - and if any one of them is in trouble, he’s the one you can depend on to help cover their ass.
Not many fathers will wear an ugly brony outfit and get a tattoo just to get your my little pony doll back - his kids are lucky indeed.
- Sam Lim-Evans (Worm in the Blood series)
Sam is what happens when you take the premise of American Dragon Jake Long… and do it properly.
No racist/’radical teenage’ stereotypes, no mispronouncing any Chinese names… just the sweetest, kindest Welsh/Chinese boy, slowly turning into a dragon, and losing his humanity. Also, his ‘unattainable love interest’ is actually a Black girl, who he thinks is the most beautiful girl in school.
You’ll eventually realize, reading the books, that his struggle is similar to PoC growing up in western societies - White colonialism has killed most of his kind, and, without the dragons before him to teach him his heritage, Sam is lost and directionless, and has only his monstrous self for company. He belongs neither in the human race or with the dragons that came before, and I honestly feel I’ve been in his shoes.
Jake Long is lost and confused as well, but unlike Sam who internalizes his angst, Jake lashes out, rebels, and hurts the people around him. And we have to see him apologize for essentially the same problem over and over, episode after episode. Sam, with his similar storyline but much more agreeable personality was a sad, lonely dork who I identified with. And I loved him dearly.
- Simon Petrikov (Adventure Time)
I say Simon, not the Ice King, because stories that involve the Ice King’s past… just somehow don’t feel quite the same as the Ice King’s present. Maybe that’ll change in time - you never know with this show.
How do you write a children’s show, and then weave in a story quite like the Ice King’s in there with zero repercussions? Issues like fearing your own mind, scaring the people who love you, or worse, losing a loved one to mental illness are all just handled so spectacularly by whoever wrote Simon. He’s such a sincerely sad, mature character in what would be an fluffy children’s cartoon - but his flashbacks and the devastation he’s witnessed is never handled with ‘DARK BLOODY EDGINESS’ - he’s a light, soft fluffy darling like the rest of the show… just one that’s so cleverly complex.
- Kay (The Snow Queen)
I have a thing for sad, lonely dorks, I think you realized. Kay is a horrible asshole, don’t you deny it. He abused his friend, and his grandmother, and… he’s… US. He’s all of us. Who hasn’t looked at themselves and thought “Gee, I can’t wait to grow up! Children’s things are lame!” Only to look back, fully grown, and find out they forgot how to be children? Kay exemplifies that progressive adult attitude, and his eventual redemption back into being a child at heart is one that redeems us all.
The Snow Queen, viewed one way, is a about a girl growing up on a quest - but looked at the other way, it’s about a boy who needs to be a child again. And it ends on the most wonderful note: you can always come back and be a child, you just need to look at the world properly, anew.
- Stargirl Caraway (Stargirl)
My childhood hero, everyone. I can’t go into details of all the reasons why the main character of ‘Stargirl’ was just such a role model for me, or we’d be here all day.
Stargirl’s that very ‘special snowflake’ we on tumblr claim we are - she is different, but never in a way that makes her superior than her peers. She likes wearing outfits no one dares to, has a pet rat, and cheers on classmates when they pick up the trash properly. She is the spirit of nonconformity - and the day they break her spirit and she goes back to being a normal little girl hurts and hurts badly.
Stargirl is a cautionary tale about the risks of non-conformity, but its main character stands out as a knight templar for anyone who ever dared to be different. Follow her example, and her creed, and you cannot go wrong.
Top 5 favourite pokemon! :D
- Feebas/ Milotic
- Rattata/ Raticate
- Magikarp/ Gyarados
- Gible/ Gabite/ Garchomp
- Shellder/ Cloyster
I cheated and used entire evolution lines. ;u; They’re ALL SUCH CUTIES. Augh.
top 5 pieces of furniture you wish you could have
How strange! Uh, let’s see…
- A sofa
- Cieling-mounted hanging chair
- Fireplace (I live on a tropical island, it’s not going to happen, hahaha)
Top five favorite things to eat for dinner!
- Ramen (the GOOD restaurant kind!)
- Haggis, neeps and mash potatoes
- Ban Mian
- Homemade chicken rice with Ikan Billis
- Baked pasta
- SALTED EGG CRAB. SALTEDEGGCRAB. SALTED. EGG. CRAB.
top 5 pokemon characters :^)
Ask me my “TOP 5” anything!
Is it true that when you talk to someone doing a different course about your assignments, it usually sounds like their work is harder?
Pretty sure it’s true. Why are you feeling it?
It may depend on the course though, like my sister had to memorize how to suture a dead man’s arm for an end-term examinable assignment. We all agreed nothing tops that. :d