When I start studying a day before test. #9gag
2,121,566 people are not Ashley and counting!
We’ll find you Ashley.
This post is scandalous.
reblogging because ashley cant.
If you scroll past this I am going to assume your name is Ashley.
I couldn’t not reblog…
Just one of those things that I always wondered about. Stags and otters are all very well, but what if you end up with a tiny chameleon or giant blue whale? I mean, it could be a giant tub of nutella…
Anyway, so glad I got around to doing this pic -drawing the less attractive animals was awesome.
Popped it up on Redbubble because they have tote bags and cushions now which is just wow - can grab it also on cards or posters - check it out here!
Well, that was unexpecto’d.
There’s quite a bit of… literature? That’s not the correct word by far, but its the one I’m using.
The whole thing circles around the (now storied) DashCon. Which from all of my knowledge was intended to be a “Tumblr Convention” and was run by a group of folks who have about as much business attempting to run a convention as my new pet python does scheduling an appointment for a glove fitting.
I am not entirely aware of the situation from any factual basis (all hear-say and reblahgs) so I can’t tell you anything particularly specific… But it sounds as though everyone agrees that the convention staff had acquired a Ball “Pit” (if you can call something roughly the size of an inflatable kiddie pool a pit) and more than once attempted to use extra time in the ball pit as retribution for a whole cornucopia of failures on behalf of the convention organization.
I’m sure if you were brave enough you could google-fu “Dash Con Ball Pit” or something of the like or search the tag on tumblr if you were seriously fearless.
I personally knew a few friends who were there and I’m quite eager to hear their stories myself, to be completely honest. I am not entirely immune to second-hand drama.
so tl;dr: shitty con, saving grace (?) ball pit, it’s a metaphor.
Gotcha. Thanks mate.
Kyary responding to a Moroccan fan’s message saying that she loves wearing kimono but doesn’t really wear it out since overseas people are a bit surprised by it and think she’s doing cosplay (rather than appreciating something she feels really connected to that comes from another part of the world).
PEOPLE FROM OTHER CULTURES DO NOT FEEL OPPRESSED/OFFENDED WHEN YOU WEAR THINGS OF THEIR CULTURE. CULTURAL APPROPRIATION IS NOT A THING.