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Crossword at 3AM
Ever since Splinter said he liked a good maze, I’ve had this headcanon that April brings him the Art section of the New York Times so he can work out the crossword on the last page. It challenges his mind, helps him work on his English vocabulary and precise handwriting with his fingers, and keeps him connected to a daily human activity.
I also think he occasionally smokes tobacco when the boys are away because it’s another de-stressing human habit but doesn’t want to set a bad example.
holy craaaap this is SO GREAT wow that lighting is outta control *~~*
Altarpiece, No. 1, Group X, Altarpiece Series, 1915. Hilma af Klint. © Stiftelsen Hilma af Klints Verk, foto Albin Dahlström/Moderna Museet
1:Talk about the first time you watched your favorite movie.
Aaa this is a tough one because it’s hard to conclusively call any film my very favorite.
But I’ll pick Princess Mononoke for this one.
I was maybe 12 or so and I was having my anime phase. I had also grown up adoring Studio Ghibli films (Kiki’s Delivery Service, My Neighbor Totoro) and wanted to see this film because OMG ANIME and it was a Miyazaki film. I got my parents to rent it for me at Blockbuster video.
Rather foolishly, my folks rented a lot of anime for me assuming that it was all fine and dandy for me to watch. I was uh, probably a bit unused to seeing the kind of violence a lot of anime has (Akira, Ninja Scroll, etc etc). I was a pretty gentle-natured and sheltered kid too wrt violence and horror.
At any rate, although I wasn’t quite used to the sort of violence Mononoke had, I was absolutely enchanted with the world and the story. It was really unlike anything I’d ever seen before.
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40: Talk about the end of something in your life.
Already answered this one, but it’s pretty open ended so I’ll answer it a different way.
The end of my first relationship was sloppy as heck and was proceeded by this on-again-off-again cycle where neither me or my at the time bf could really make up our minds. We didn’t have good chemistry and didn’t love each other as much more than friends, but there was a lot of comfort in just *having* a relationship. Somehow, I dated this dude for about 3 years.
We’d had a period of suddenly very strongly feeling like a couple again, mostly because the two of us had survived a motorcycle accident together. Then, around October of ‘08 (?maybe?? or ‘09??) things started going downhill again, and he and I broke up after my first trip to a furry convention. I moved on pretty quickly.
22: Talk about your worst fear.
Death, more specifically non-existence.
Aside from that, failure and car crashes are pretty high on my list.
11: Talk about the best dream you’ve ever had.
I can’t really identify one as the best, since usually they’re such a mixed bag. But I remember one of the happiest dreams being one where I was running on all fours and thinking “this is so easy, why haven’t I been doing this all my life?”
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8: Talk about the thing you are most proud of.
I’m proud that I’m very driven to keep creating artwork. I notice that a lot of people don’t always have the motivation or lose interest when they’re not in school. I just don’t think I could live without it and somehow that’s a really comforting thought (especially since I’ve gone to undergrad for it and am now attending grad school for art)
9: Talk about little things on your body that you like the most.
I like that I’ve always had really healthy teeth. Without fail, that usually makes me feel pretty cheerful when I realize I’ve never had a cavity.
I like how I can connect the birth marks on my arm to make a pentagram.
I like the couple of hairs I always get around my navel.
I like the shape of my nose and how it gets freckles in the summer time.
33: Talk about what you do when you are sad.
Sometimes I take a nice long shower or I drink a cup of tea. I pet my cats or I listen to music. Often I make art.
Once in a while, being sad means that I have to cry, so I do. I put on songs that I typically cry to and do just that.
I also talk to my mom or my best friend, because talking helps.
39: Talk about things you wish you’d known earlier.
I wish I’d known much earlier in my life what the deal is with my sexuality and gender identity (and I wish I’d known that it’s okay to be this way). I was a very sad and scared young person.
I also wish I had recognized sooner that my behavior towards others as a teenager was pretty rude and terrible. I regret the way I acted online and in person when I was 16-18ish