And it’s out! At least on Steam Workshop. I’ll get on Nexus soon enough. Now all your dragons can be replaced with Thomas characters!
I love mods so much they are so important
kristjan you need this
spacepagen replied to your post “i always feel so proud of myself for drawing smut”
it could be because it’s exploring topics that are original and challenging! i mean dont feel embarassed. not like u are. but. uhhh
ahaha yeah im still pretty shy about it, but i like it and it is challenging and interesting
i always feel so proud of myself for drawing smut
my life became 600% better when i started acting like a self obsessed piece of shit like 10/10 would recommend
even if u don’t actually genuinely love yourself its fuckin fun to act like you think you’re the human embodiment of perfection go on try it life’s too short to not fall in love with yourself
just finished reading Friends with Boys by Faith Erin Hicks for like the 5th time. It never gets old.
a little fanart of Alistair, because he’s ever so dreamy
the Friends With Boys special edition will have a shirtless Alistair scene.
if i ever have sex with a guy and he orgasms and falls asleep before i have had any orgasms i will punch him in the dick
why does the Good Omens fandom never talk about how Crowley was a nanny for six years
*blinks, is fairly sure this doesn’t happen*
…ah, wait, are you referring to the Nanny-Ashtoreth-and-Brother-Francis episode of Warlock’s life? Ashtoreth isn’t Crowley,…
Can you tell me exactly how it was confirmed it wasn’t them? Because I’m pretty sure it was them. But I still have trouble comprehending some of the complicated stuff in the book so I might be wrong…but I don’t remember it ever being confirmed whether or not it was them?
I can’t seem to find whether the authors are on record as confirming this one way or another, but many readers (myself included) have used a number of textual clues to determine that Ashtoreth and Francis are entities separate from Crowley and Aziraphale, most notably that both Crowley and Aziraphale are lazy as fuck when it comes to their duties and only intervene personally when they’re finally at wits’ end with the boy’s failure to develop in the way they expect (i.e. Warlock’s eleventh birthday party being the final straw). It’s also notable that, while Ashtoreth and Francis are busy being live-ins at the diplomatic residence, Aziraphale and Crowley are happily running around London together (going out to eat, to the theater, meeting on top of buses, etc.) That’s primarily where the confirmation I’m aware of is coming from, anyway!
Here’s the quote I use for confirmation of Crowley and Aziraphale not being Ashtoreth and Francis:
"In the background Crowley and Aziraphale met on the tops of buses, and in art galleries, and at concerts, compared notes, and smiled.
When Warlock was six, his nanny left, taking Rover with her; the gardener handed in his resignation on the same day. Neither of them left with quite the same spring in their step with which they’d arrived.”
Reluctance to give up their lives of leisure for 6 years aside, given that A. and C. seem pleased with the no-score win, if they were the ones posing as the nanny and gardener, I don’t think they’d leave so discouraged.
Edit to add: Also, if they were posing as nanny and gardener, they could just compare notes on the house grounds. No need to meet up at concerts and the like.