Posted 5 hours ago


doodling nostalgia helps anxiety don’t mind me


Posted 5 hours ago
Posted 10 hours ago
Did I just hear the words potential w2h series
actual-squid asked

Yeah, I mean, of course I’d like to do a series!  …Potentially!  I just don’t have the means right now.  So… potentially!

Posted 10 hours ago
I read your post about the forever 21 music and I feel your pain. I worked there for about 6 months and im surprised the music alone didnt make me quit sooner.
chunks69 asked

Hahaaaaaaaa man, my sentence there was just over a year. I quit so I could finish my student film, haha. And the one I worked at was 2 stories!! God it was a wreck. Anyway it’s good to meet another survivor. Sometimes when I’m clothes shopping I still catch myself straightening hangers and judging how good their employees are at blending. Stay strong, man.

Posted 11 hours ago



Au where Jonathan is a furry

what do you mean au

Posted 11 hours ago


sock monkey welcome banner

Posted 12 hours ago


Okay so hear me out.
We all know Jojo’s got some beef with Sock. What if she was charged with him instead of knowing him when she was alive? What if was her job to keep him from actually killing a person and he like sleep killed his parents and it really got her pissed off or got in trouble or something? Then she’d have some bone to pick with him for personal and/or demotion reasons or whatever.

You’re hired as a writer on the potential W2H series.

Posted 15 hours ago


In this video, CalArts alum Genndy Tartakovsky talks about his upcoming new animated film Popeye! The film is expected in 2016. Recent alums Henry Yu and Jushtin Lee will both have credits in it. 

Posted 16 hours ago


OK first you’re being a total dick right now,

Posted 1 day ago



Everyday Objects With Faces Are Awesome

When you walk around and look at everything around you, chances are, you may see a face. It may be human, it may be an animal, but sometimes you can see faces in inanimate objects. This is called Pareidolia: Seeing faces in random things!

[the sound of John Lasseter orgasming in the distance]