We don’t usually associate looking at shoes with feeling ravenously hungry, but that changed as soon as we set eyes on these mouthwatering cake and ice cream heels handmade by the Shoe Bakery. They may not be edible, but they are completely wearable.
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Hasbro’s still pulling that “princesses have to be pink or purple for little girls to buy them” bullshit and it’s really starting to piss me off
Because they keep making Luna purple. They’re releasing a new plush of her that’s pretty high quality- But she’s STILL purple.
Color drop her in both forms.
She’s clearly in the blue spectrum, not purple.
It bugs me for two reasons:
1- Luna is a fan favorite, but not as many people will buy the toys because the colors are stupidly inaccurate. This is a poor marketing choice, considering how well an accurate Luna would sell.
2- They already pulled that Pink Celestia stunt, claiming that ‘Pink Princesses sold better’. After many complaints, they fixed Celestia to be white. They then created a pink princess to remedy this (Cadence)
They turned Twilight in to a Princess as well, so there we have a purple princess.
We do not. Need. Luna. To be purple.
Blue can sell just fine to little girls.
When I see her being turned purple all I’m seeing is “Oh, girls don’t like blue princesses, we have to make them girly colors like pink and purple.”
I’m tempted to start something to get Luna as her proper blue, not for bronies but for all the little girls out there who deserve to buy their blue princess the way she’s supposed to be and not be forced to conform to ‘girly colors’.
Sooo… I just put up my knitting commissions page, you can check it out here if you so desire. Feel free to ask me any questions and/or contact me for a commission. I think I wrote down everything but if any details are missing do ask me about them! I like to be as detailed as possible. If you want me to attempt to make something that isn’t listed, you can ask about that too, I’ll make it as long as I’m sure I can.
Now to go work on the commission I have, whee~
Hey guys, this is a post of mine from my other blog, but I’ll reblog it here too: I’m starting proper knitting commissions now, so go check it out here and all. Thanks~
Found this article. Found it incredibly helpful. Be sure to go read the full story, but these are the ten questions the author (Lydia Netzer) covers in it:1. At what point did you feel like “Ah, now the story has really begun!”
2. What were the points where you found yourself skimming?
3. Which setting in the book was clearest to you as you were reading it? Which do you remember the best?
4. Which character would you most like to meet and get to know?
5. What was the most suspenseful moment in the book?
6. If you had to pick one character to get rid of, who would you axe?
7. Was there a situation in the novel that reminded you of something in your own life?
8. Where did you stop reading, the first time you cracked open the manuscript? (Can show you where your first dull part is, and help you fix your pacing.)
9. What was the last book you read, before this? And what did you think of it? (This can put their comments in context in surprising ways, when you find out what their general interests are. It might surprise you.)
10. Finish this sentence: “I kept reading because…”
1. what color are your character’s underpants? if your character doesn’t wear underpants, when and why did they turn away from the light of the lord?
2. how does your character’s “that one uncle” feel about the federal reserve?
3. as your character, write a myspace blog entry…