My friend David had his ID stolen the other day
now we just call him Dav
I’m so mad
"If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything." — Mark Twain
Honesty is the best policy
It’s at least the most convenient.
Big thanks to my long time friend and creative collaborator Nicolas D. Frantela for doing a GREAT audiobook version of my story "What Mischief At The Governor’s Ball?". Complete with gin-soaked Louisiana accent. And likely a po boy on his plate. Nic assures me he was drinking during recording—a true professional. I would expect nothing less.
Why not have a drink yourself, dear listener? Just recline and enjoy this whimsical tale of New Orleans, Fabergé eggs, and that damn Southern heat. It’s less than 10 minutes so you’ve got time for a drink, err, listen.
My friend Zack wrote a thing and you don’t even need to read it yourself because he took care of that part for you!
This is awesome!
Everyone gets in character in different ways. For some it’s harder than others.. 8I
Though to be fair, you can hear Brian doing pretty much the exact same thing every time he says a line as Albrecht. Just this super grumpy sigh, or a grunt. Constantly reminding himself to brood. :P
Oh Smith. Dearest canine good cop.
You gotta give to Blondie, there wasn’t much that could phase him.
I adore these.
My name is Babs and recently I have been told by several friends that I am too fat to be considered pretty and like my dad mentioned when i told him “you’re too big to get a guy” which really got to me because although I sometimes disliked the way i looked I never really though that I was overweight, or too fat to get any.
So I decided to make this post to try and prove them wrong!
This is where you guys are needed, reblog or like this post so that I can show my dad and friends that being a little chubbier than others isn’t a bad thing!
Because really i know I am not the only one (girl/boys/trans/genderfluid/nongender) struggling with this right now so I wanted to speak up for not only myself, but for all of you <3
You are all beautiful !
The next time someone does a post on positive body image, I hope they also do one on how not to be an asshole. It’s true that most women see themselves as heavier than they are, but comments like Babs got play a huge role in that. We need to place at least as much importance on stopping this garbage as we do on telling women to view themselves more realistically. If you’re told over and over that you’re fat, what are you supposed to think?
Also, hello? THIS IS NOT FAT. It’s not even “kinda chubby.” It’s a perfectly reasonable and, as far as outward appearances can show, entirely healthy weight-height ratio. Babs, you look fit and nubile and amazing, and I don’t know what kind of people you’ve been talking to, but believe me: you are gorgeous.
I used to get annoyed when when my thin friends told me how they were fat, like, “what does that say about me”. I now realize that it’s literally because society tells people that they are ALWAYS too fat, it was never about me. My skinny-ass friends(I am not exaggerating, I had one friend who thought that being 96 pounds meant she was too fat, she’s tall and fit too) all genuinely thought this.
Long story short, Babs, you are not fat. Your are abso-fucking-lutely perfect and gorgeous. If anyone tries to tell you different, they’re fucking idiots.