That’d be fine and dandy if there was stuff in college that I wanted and was able to do, and if what I wanted to do was an option that people would take seriously. Wasting the past two years in sixth form have basically wasted me down to ‘fuck it, looks like I have to do what everyone else wants me to do’, and the most I’ve been able to decide for myself is taking a gap year.
Which looks like it isn’t happening because hey, possible apprenticeship. Which I doubt I’ll get in the first place but eh.
"The Fox Sin, Ban!"
Let’s see…messy silver hair? Check. Glaring red eyes? Check. Kinda rough/creepy attitude…check?
Oh Tattsun, sounds right up your alley…a chance to use your ‘growl-y, gonna-tear-you-apart’ type of voice that you’re so good at…
The sin of ‘greed’ as well…aahh, cannot un-hear Jack/Adam ever now after Nobunagun…
But you can’t solve or let go of problems if you don’t allow yourself time to think about them. It’s an imperative ignored by our culture, which values doing more than thinking and believes answers are in the palm of your hand rather than in your own head.
Kate Murphy for the NY Times article “No Time To Think”
An excellent article that I think is relevant to probably everyone who follows me at some point. I really recommend it, even if you don’t regularly read the news or anything other than anime stuffs.
Just do it. Fuck what everyone else thinks. I mean…it’s college, for god’s sake—I can tell you 50% + of the people that I know now have jobs that have absolutely nothing to do with what they learn in college. It’s a time to just explore and do what you think is cool/what you want. The important stuff you learn in college/uni really boils down to self-skills and other shit that doesn’t actually have anything to do with academia.
that’s how I ended up changing from a computer science to studio art major but hey criminology sounds loads better than studio art believe me
Wait what do you mean I have to attend a wedding this Saturday?
Totally forgot/not prepared.
Or, as an alternative, you can finish reading ‘careless breath’ and tell me what you think? I’m toying with starting another project soon but it’s been hard to touch the fandom lately without getting anxiety…like, I have the ideas in my head, but literally the second I touch my laptop I break out into a cold sweat and it’s hard to maintain my calm.
Still need to conclude ‘to the beginning’….
Hm. I was away for a week in Mexico for a vacation. The Mexico part was okay, I guess. But the return trip…ugh. Let’s just say I’ve never been more glad to return home and let us just pretend that return trip didn’t happen.
Ah, so I know a few of you guys have wondered about me getting my Nobunagun goods—so like I said last week, generally speaking, for official merchandise, I buy from sites like CDJapan, or if they don’t carry it, then a Japanese shopping service will usually do the trick. (Those are more tricky to navigate though so I won’t go into detail unless someone asks me to).
However, I did notice that one of my favorite artists on Pixiv who draws a lot of Nobunagun art, also has an online store now and she did a Jess x Mahesh doujinshi for the most recent Comiket which you can buy at said link.
However, it seems that this ‘booth’ site—which is pixiv’s own little store system for users to sell their work—does not allow for overseas shipping yet; according to their FAQ, I think you might be able to simply purchase it as a digital download, but I’m not sure if this option is available for all products or does it have to be something the artist allows.
Still, might be worth checking out if any of you happen to have contacts in Japan—OR, a more roundabout way would be to get a Japanese shopping service to buy the item for you, have it shipped to their office and then they ship it to you. That is a more complicated method though, and I wouldn’t recommend it unless you have good experience with shopping services and overseas online buying in general; should anyone be interested though, I can certainly write up a guide post, since my sister and I have bought enough stuff now that we’re pretty well-versed in this area.
- Nobunaga: I forgot where, but apparently men can get pregnant too. I heard that a man got pregnant in an experiment somewhere.
- Yonaga: Then why don't you go try it out, Nobunaga-kun?
- Nobunaga: !?
- Yonaga: www During recording sessions, we'll see your belly get bigger and bigger. Then when we ask you, "Nobunaga-kun, whose baby is that?" answer that it's Tatsu's baby, okay?
- Nobunaga: But that would just be me saying it, it wouldn't actually be his baby.
- Yonaga: Just say that the baby is Tatsu's. Then say "Tatsu-san, please make me an honest man." www
- Nobunaga: A DNA report would tell the truth.
- Yonaga: Who would you want as the father, Nobunaga-kun? Whose baby would you want among the FREE! members?
- Nobunaga: Ehhh, whose child…?
- Yonaga: Yeah, whose genes do you want to pass on to the next generation?
- Nobunaga: Oh, the next generation? In that case it has to be--
- Yonaga: EH, TSUDA-SAN? YOU WANT TSUDA-SAN?
- Nobunaga: Tsuda-san is great too but… I think everyone in FREE! are wonderful people. I think everyone's genes should be passed on to the next generation. So I'll have everyone's babies.
- Yonaga: wwwwwwww
- Nobunaga: I'll bear everyone's babies. Just leave it to me.