Notes, quotes, other things found cute and the occasional artwork but mostly this blog is, like all thing MandigaO, kind of awkward. Mostly she prefers to just sneak around tumblr unnoticed. She's weird and currently writing about herself in third person which makes her just a bit more uncomfortable than usual.

Swedish general election

midwyn:

Tomorrow it’s the Swedish general election for the Riksdag (our parliament). Tomorrow it will be decided if we are to keep our blue right-wing government who, despite their claims, has done little to nothing to deal with the increasing unemployment, especially among young adults, the…

Not as much a jerk as you could have been?

demonindistress:

Ugh! Like 7% of our population just (probably, counting is going on as we speak) voted for the racists and the commentators be like

"…but we have to remember that it’s much worse in our neighboring countries and in Europe"

No! No. We don’t have to remember that! Get our of here! 7% is 7% too many! 

(also: don’t want to see this on your dash tonight? block the “eu” tag)

replicaaa:

shout out to people who reblog my art

it’s like when you doodle something and your mom puts it up on the fridge except it’s the internet

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My contribution to the BAM, Briar Appreciation Month! When I read Storybook of Legends and Briar appears in her hot pink mini-dress and ankle boots she seemed like one of those effortlessly beautiful partygirls that I’d never be and she is but she’s more than that isn’t she?

My contribution to the BAM, Briar Appreciation Month! When I read Storybook of Legends and Briar appears in her hot pink mini-dress and ankle boots she seemed like one of those effortlessly beautiful partygirls that I’d never be and she is but she’s more than that isn’t she?

lillykitten:

Old work- Jane and the Dragon is a rather unfortunately little known cartoon. It was one of Weta’s productions before it made its self a huge name as an SFX company, and was an astonishingly beautifully rendered set of motion capture based (yet fully computer rendered) episodes focusing on Jane Turnkey, a knight in training who had thrown convention completely out the window with her gender alone. She wasn’t conventionally pretty, she didn’t fawn over boys or do everything perfectly first go. she worked hard, made mistakes and learnt from them. She hurt people by accident, she made poor decisions and paid the price for them. It was one of the most astoundingly well done children’s television shows I have ever seen. Her rival squire was Gunther, who wasn’t entirely dehumanised, like most antagonists are. He was often the brunt of jokes, naturally, but had his own moralistic dilemmas, trying to balance between trying to please his openly hostile father and walk the path of a knight, between wanting to be included and wanting to justify hi exclusion by being “too good for it anyway” It only ran one season, which was a sad loss. Jane and Gunther had some truly magnificent PG insults for each other, too XD


LILLY, you just made my day! I watch this shamelessly on the kids-channel at home! Oh, and I love the royal family, they’re so charmingly unperfect! Wait… I think ship Jane and Gunther … Oh well ^^

lillykitten:

Old work- Jane and the Dragon is a rather unfortunately little known cartoon. It was one of Weta’s productions before it made its self a huge name as an SFX company, and was an astonishingly beautifully rendered set of motion capture based (yet fully computer rendered) episodes focusing on Jane Turnkey, a knight in training who had thrown convention completely out the window with her gender alone. 

She wasn’t conventionally pretty, she didn’t fawn over boys or do everything perfectly first go. she worked hard, made mistakes and learnt from them. She hurt people by accident, she made poor decisions and paid the price for them. It was one of the most astoundingly well done children’s television shows I have ever seen. 

Her rival squire was Gunther, who wasn’t entirely dehumanised, like most antagonists are. He was often the brunt of jokes, naturally, but had his own moralistic dilemmas, trying to balance between trying to please his openly hostile father and walk the path of a knight, between wanting to be included and wanting to justify hi exclusion by being “too good for it anyway” 

It only ran one season, which was a sad loss. 

Jane and Gunther had some truly magnificent PG insults for each other, too XD

LILLY, you just made my day! I watch this shamelessly on the kids-channel at home! Oh, and I love the royal family, they’re so charmingly unperfect!

Wait… I think ship Jane and Gunther … Oh well ^^

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sakimichan:

a bunch of commission I did a few month back, sadly now I’m way to busy for them :(Thanks all for commissioning me !

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