being a fan of something and having a crap fandom is like standing in the middle of a party and everyone is loud, obnoxious and rude and occasionally spits acid in your face but your friends are there, the music is excellent, and there’s lots of food, and there’s great wifi so you don’t really wanna leave so you kind of just stand there going
Anonymous asked: yo to the anon that was talking about kawaii let me help u out ya? im korean tho, not japanese, but both of our languages are both used in an "ironic" sort of way. mostly with the suffixes like "-kun/chan etc" and for us its "oppa and unnie". using these tenses "ironically" is like using them as a meme and thus ur treating our languages like a meme. a joke. something to be used without any consideration. ur reducing our culture down to those words, down to a meme. its rly disrespectful & rude k?
lol it’s easy to say ”true love conquers all” is a stupid and cheap trope when you’re straight. Queer kids never get shit like this. Our love is usually portrayed as dysfunctional, depressing or just non-existant. Not only did Young Avengers give us a really healthy and loving queer couple, they made it so that their love is so strong it can power magic starships and literally save the universe. That means something to a lot of queer kids and if you can’t understand why you need to get out.
—HEY LUTECE FANS
I ASKED KEN LEVINE IF HE’D CONSIDER MAKING LUTECE ACTION FIGURES TO GO ALONG WITH THE ELIZABETH, BOYS OF SILENCE AND MOTORIZED PATRIOT FIGURES!
SO I FOUND OUT THE LINK DIDN’T WORK IF YOU AREN’T FB FRIENDS WITH HIM.
SO INSTEAD REBLOG AND LIKE THIS POST TO SHOW HIM HOW MUCH WE WOULD LOVE TO OWN LUTECE ACTION FIGURES!!
I’ll send him a message and show him this post to show him how many people would love to have Lutece figures!!
okay so I don’t know about you guys but I’d pretty happily sell my left arm for a pair of Lutece figurines (or at least the left arm of a version of myself from a parallel dimension) so heyyyyy