Art, Cosplay, Polymer Charms! OH MY!!
Hey, names Brie! I'll be using this blog to post art, photos, and whatever else I feel like. I'm an avid cosplayer, anime fan, and artist, well I like to think I am... XD
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Never got to post these up! Made some Kiss Me MMD head phones for cosplay. Still need to get the hoodie from a friend so I can put the maple leaves on it.
Made with a cheep set of headphones from amazon, magic mold to make the ear pieces bulbous, acrylic paint, and fabric paint for the ear pads.
All hand painted woot! Hope to have the whole cosplay finished one of these days.
I have debated for a long time whether or not to take this case public, but since Ohayocon is right around the corner the time seems right. I will never be attending Ohayocon again because of how my friend was treated there last year, and I feel this isn’t something that should be swept under the…
I AM GOING TO MAKE LEARNING THIS THE OBJECT OF MY LIFE.
I always lose it at Cota Rica.
I ALREADY KNOW THIS BY HEART
United States, Canada,
Haiti, Jamaica, Peru;
Greenland, El Salvador too.
Puerto Rico, Columbia,
Honduras, Guyana, and still;
and Ecuador, Chile, Brazil.
Costa Rica, Belize,
Bahamas, Tobago, San Juan;
French Guiana, Barbados, and Guam.
Norway, and Sweden,
and Iceland, and Finland,
and Germany now one piece;
Italy, Turkey, and Greece.
Ireland, Russia, Oman;
Bulgaria, Saudi Arabia,
Cyprus, Iraq, and Iran.
There’s Syria, Lebanon,
both Yemens, Kuwait, and Bahrain,
the Netherlands, Luxembourg,
Belgium, and Portugal,
France, England, Denmark, and Spain.
Thailand, Nepal, and Bhutan;
then Bangladesh, Asia,
and China, Korea, Japan.
and Tibet, Indonesia,
the Philippine Islands, Taiwan;
Sri Lanka, New Guinea,
Sumatra, New Zealand,
then Borneo, and Vietnam.
Zimbabwe, Djibouti, Botswana;
Guinea, Algeria, Ghana.
and Malawi, Togo,
The Spanish Sahara is gone;
Chad, and Liberia,
Egypt, Benin, and Gabon.
Kenya, and Mali,
Sierra Leone, and Algier;
Cameroon, Congo, Zaire.
Rwanda, Mahore[?], and Cayman;
Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi,
Malta, and Palestine,
Fiji, Australia, Sudan!
reblogging for the lyrics.
SING THIS PLEASE DONNIE?!
My friend has this song perfectly memorized.
I dare anyone of you to make a cover of this
dear internet, let me tell you some things about my public-school-in-georgia sex education.
pictured above is my abstinence til marriage card, given to me in my eighth grade health class. as you can see, i did not sign it, so it is non-binding. they were “optional” but the teacher placed the basket at the front of the class and stared us down. my 13-year-old self had a very brief dilemma between 1. making a stand and not getting one or 2. getting one because it’s fucking hilarious. i am very glad i chose the latter, because as i predicted, this is now something hilarious to show everyone.
that year in health we also learned “how to spot the identifying features of a crack baby” which is literally nothing but lies. we had a system of anonymous questions, and once someone asked “how do i know if i’m a lesbian?” our teacher looked disgusted and she replied “how would i know? i’m not a lesbian!”
EDIT i forgot to mention when she gave these to us she suggested we “cut up our cards together with our husbands on our wedding day” and i remember thinking, fuck if i marry someone from my middle school
the next time i had sex ed in high school it was taught by a dude gym coach who spent the whole time talking about his daughters. the book we were learning from listed “low self-esteem” “stunted social growth” and “depression,” among others, as consequences of premarital sex. at one point, it asked us to fill in the disadvantages of having an abortion. our teacher went, “well, i’m personally against abortion, so we’re just going to skip this section,” which confused me, because it was explicitly asking for an argument against abortion.
the last time i had sex ed it was pretty good and there were free condoms and we got little bottles of lube every time we answered questions, but i don’t think that counts cause it was in an intro to women’s studies class.
in my 8th grade health class we watched this video about abstinence and the slogan was “a condom can’t protect your heart”
Our school made us watch a video with some man talking about how virginity was like a flower and that whenever we had sex with someone we’d give a bit of that flower away. Then when we met someone we wanted to spend the rest of our lives with we’d just be left with a wilted stem and a couple of petals when we should be giving them a whole flower.
I really wish I was joking.
In church they used to tell us that we were like cupcakes and if we were physically intimate with our partners it was like getting the icing licked off, and therefore no one would want you afterwards because no one wants a licked cupcake.
in my sex ed class we did this demonstration where they had this line of kids swish and spit out water and combine the nasty backwash to make this gross concoction as a metaphor for how sex before marriage makes you dirty and gross
fucking public education
I might as well add my church group. We had to open a kiss candy, put it in our mouth, melt it a little bit and then put it back in the wrapper. From their we had to hand it someone else and they explained, “this is what happens when you have sex before marriage. You have to give those dirty leftovers to your spouse.”
In my grade 8 “sex ed” class we all listened to the song “I dreamed a dream” from Les Mis and then the teacher was like THIS IS WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO YOU IF YOU HAVE SEX and I really kind of wanted to do it just to see if I really would become a 19th century French prostitute with a beautiful singing voice
Every time I hear stories like these, I think what the fuck kind of a sex education did you American kids get omfg.
We watched a video…. Thats it… And did a work sheet…
Welcome to California.
In my high school sex ed class we had two things that I distinctly remember. One was we were all given a piece of scotch tape and told to go around and repeatedly put the tape on peoples shirts. At the end we had a dirty, lint covered piece of tape. We were then told that it was an analogy for sex before marriage. Basically sex out of wedlock means you are a used piece of tape.
Second thing that happened was they picked five girls from the class and had them stand up front. One being my friend Jackie. They were all given a chocolate bar taken out of it original wrapping and wrapped in foil. One of these five chocolate bars was apparently a laxative. They then said having sex outside of marriage was giving yourself a risk of automatically getting an std. All the girls gave back the chocolate bars. That is all buy Jackie. She proceeded to eat that bar and say that it was down right tasty, much to the horror of the teachers. Once she sat down they proceeded to give all the other girls chocolate in its originally sealed wrapping. They also told her basically “Look you could have had a brand new chocolate bar.” To which she responded “Still was a damn fine snack.” I have to say that was pry the best advice lesson in sex ed I ever have.
And just to make sure no one freaks out about her not listening to a safe sex lesson. Let me say that safe sex was never mentioned by these teachers, only abstinence. They never said get that chocolate tested before you try it, or put it in a zip lock bag. They only taught us wait until marriage and then showed us a bunch of peoples diseased genitals.