thank you omg??????????
[12:31:24 AM] haze: red telling ghoul to not flirt with danger like WTF RED YOU /ARE/ DANGER
i feel like
karma was almost… not jealous of chaos sacrificing herself, but it sorta made her feel… inadequate?
[[idk what reference is but here’s a doodle of Holy from my head during class aw yiss
Bony sharp-edged little druggie baby]]
me 7 months ago: whee ok i’m gonna make a lil drac baby and he’s gonna be simple and cute and totally not tragic at all, i probably won’t even develop him that far
me now: fuck
[7:34:56 PM] -//RED: ughhhhfgjdgd that means everyone’s been gaslighting him since he was a child though like oh my god
[7:34:58 PM] -//RED: wHAT HAVE I DONE…
[7:35:10 PM] maeve: ohhhhhhhHHH MY GOD….
[7:36:01 PM] -//RED: tyler thinking his parents’ divorce was because of him cuz there was so much stress in the family trying to ‘deal with him’
[7:36:12 PM] maeve: ;-; ;-; ;-;
[7:36:22 PM] -//RED: kill me… didnt want this..
[7:36:37 PM] maeve: josh always would’ve fed into those ideas so much tho omfg
[7:37:28 PM] -//RED: ;________; yup…..
[7:37:35 PM] maeve: reassuring him that even though it was his fault and even though there was something wrong with him it would be okay if he just worked hard enough to be better ;-;
In a way, her strangeness, her naïveté, her craving for the other half of her equation was the consequence of an idle imagination. Had she paints, or clay, or knew the discipline of the dance or strings; had she anything to engage her tremendous curiosity and gift for metaphor, she might have exchanged the restlessness and preoccupation with whim for an activity that provided her with all she yearned for.
And like any artist with no art form, she became dangerous."
[5:22:39 PM] Tai (Vico) Gordon: thinks about bli’s contradictory notions of free will
because i imagine there’s a huge emphasis on “choosing” the right thing in pretty much all aspects of life
you have the freedom to choose to agree with what the company says is best for you
[5:26:21 PM] Tai (Vico) Gordon: pictures a daycare setting where they have a bunch of blocks in front of a five year old
they ask the kid to pick the block they think is the prettiest, and the kid reaches for the red one
"no, no, that’s not the right one. Which one do you think is /prettiest/?"
they keep going round and round until the kid grabs the white block and then they congratulate them
Good job! You have the right favorite color! Isn’t it great how we all agree that white is the prettiest color?