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sometimes I draw weird things~ and this is one of those things ><


sometimes I draw weird things~ and this is one of those things ><


KANA-BOON - ないものねだり (Nai mono nedari)

いつだってワガママばっかで 子供みたいね

君だってないものねだり 何が欲しいの?教えて

Always so selfish, you’re like a child

So are you, begging for the things you can’t have—what do you want? Tell me

あっち見たりそっち見たり 美人が好きなのね


Looking over there, looking over here, you really like beauties, huh?

So do you, isn’t that cafe employee your type? Answer me

ゆらゆらゆらゆら僕の心 風に吹かれて

ゆらゆらゆらゆら君の心 はなればなれ



Swaying side to side, my heart blows in the wind

Swaying side to side, your heart separates, goes away

Swaying side to side, our love floats in the air 

Swaying side to side, like a cotton glove, it sways


ねぇねぇ、聞いてよ そこのドーナツ屋来週オープンだって

You haven’t been listening for a while, have you? To my story

Hey, listen to me, I said the new donuts shop opens next week



Ah, even though I thought, “Let’s go together”

Ah, even though I thought, “I’ll take you there”

ゆらゆらゆらゆら僕の心 雨に降られて

ゆらゆらゆらゆら君の心 はなればなれ



Swaying side to side, my heart is caught in the rain

Swaying side to side, your heart separates, goes away

Swaying side to side, our love floats in the air 

Swaying side to side, like a cigarette, it burns

ゆらゆらゆらゆら僕の心 過去に囚われ

ゆらゆらゆらゆら君の心 未来に消えて

Swaying side to side, my heart is locked in the past

Swaying side to side, your heart is disappearing into the future



Swaying side to side, my heart blows in the wind

Swaying side to side, your heart flies up high

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So I work at target now and one of my favorite things to do when I hear something in the next aisle fall is to drop what I’m doing and stand at the end of that aisle like so:






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I love my skin!

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I like how all of these 11-17 year olds are just going to school with vampires and werewolves and giant spiders and vicious three-headed dogs in their backyard, yet they need a permission slip with an iron-clad parent/guardian signature to go have a harmless butterbeer at the nearby wizarding village. 

Okay, Hogwarts. Okay.




Awwwwwww:’) this rite here! Made my morning!






I am probably the wrong person to ask this, anon, because I don’t have much sympathy for this type of complaint.

I’m going to gently (but not too gently) correct the mistaken assumption you have that authors owe you fanfiction in what you perceive to be a timely manner.

Let me tell you, as a fanfiction author, that I wish I could give you all a new one-shot every other day and a multi-chap update every week.

I know many others who wish the same, but can’t.

Because, you know, we have lives.

Real lives. Like in the real world. With real commitments - school to graduate, jobs to go to, both of which we need our sleep for. We have families and boyfriends who demand (and deserve) our time and attention. We have sports teams we may be committed to, projects we’re involved in, or organizations we ally our time and resources with.

And sometimes, an author may have a free day and just wants to sleep in.

Because fanfiction writing is a hobby.

A cathartic and fun one, yes, but a hobby just the same. 

And as such, that hobby, therapeutic and fun though it may be, doesn’t get first priority. Or second. Or third. Or sometimes fourth.

I’ve known one author who basically left the fandom because of the pressure to update quickly and how aggravating that sense of entitlement, I know another who almost left, but didn’t, aun I see asks for the big fandom authors (Jules and BC) weekly asking when will you update? next chapter? how far along are you? spoilers?

For the most part, authors are all super gracious and kind. Because no fanfiction author is hoarding a completed chapter and deliberately withholding it to be mean. Readers are awesome and bringing happiness to someone else’s day-that’s the best compliment, right?

But to get an anon asking where in the hell the update is….that doesn’t help at all. It actually sucks the joy out of writing. And when there’s no joy, it usually—well, it usually sucks.

I’m not telling you how to feel about the subject, but really?

Please, do go write a fanfic. Come up with a plot or a concept, write a rough draft to flesh it out, edit it, maybe rewrite it, find a beta and send it to them, get it back, look at their suggested changes versus your suggested changes, edit it again, send it back to the beta again, maybe scratch entire scene or plotline,  make sure your characters are in character and saying and doing the things they ought to be doing in a way that makes sense and is also compelling to read. Do all that, and post them and maybe get no reviews, or bad reviews. And do it again anyway, because you enjoy doing it.

But you will very quickly see how long it takes—how involved the process can get—because most of the people I know want to want to post work they are proud of, work that takes effort, and can’t (and shouldn’t) be whipped up overnight.

In terms of word count-a hundred thousand words-which is what most multi-chapter fics are-those take real time authors, who do it for a living as their primary income, months and years to complete. And that’s with a fleshed out concept, dedicated time to complete it, and an editor to help the process along.

Your favorite author may be stressing about finals, or working on the third draft of a chapter that just isn’t coming together right, or god forbid, having a relaxing day in the sun.

Like that’s her choice and she will post it when she can and she probably wants it posted, too.

So patience, dear. Have some patience. And go write a oneshot.

You know what’s more encouraging to an author then ‘when’s the next chapter’ or ‘update quicker!’ - leaving positive feedback about what you liked about the last chapter or the story as a whole (be specific!) - because sometimes the author is having a long dark tea time of the soul and just seeing a reminder of what’s good about their story can help them remember why they were excited about writing the story in the first place, and feel enthused enough to get back into it.



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