imsoweirdimnotanitimanith asked: Also, to the most important character in homestuck... My thoughts were: "Wait, isn't Ms. Paint the most important character? I thought he stated this a long time ago she was the most important, when she was first introduce."
Question: I'm liking how things are going, Mr. Hussie, but then, I'm one of the fans who's been with you since Problem Sleuth. Do you believe the recent violent backlash given recent updates may cause you to lose a number of fans?
Hussie: I've been trying to shake off all of my fans so hard for so long with my every story decision, but they are all such tenacious sons of bitches. I am the mailman. You are the yappy little dog. This site is my pant cuff.
As for recent stuff, if it will cause people to leave, then they haven't left yet. More people visited the site yesterday than ever.
Anonymous asked: Today must really be the best birthday ever now that I found this page. In 005119, the caption says "The most important character in Homestuck fondly regards the miracle of a new beginning." While showing us Gamzee's face. I thought it was talking about him, but friends of mine suggested that it is actually about Lil' Cal who is sitting in his lap as we see later on. Which is...
Question: On page 003910, was Gamzee trying to talk without his AlTeRnAtE cApS quirk and saying it "feels motherfuckin unnatural" foreshadowing for his current ALL CAPS / no caps insanity?
Hussie: Lots of things foreshadow things.
Remember the very first time we heard from Eridan? It was a conversation with Kanaya.
GA: Can You Just For A Moment Entertain The Thoughts Of One Untouched By Megalomaniacal Derangement And Tell Me Why Id Want To Assist You With [Genocide]
CA: im not goin to vvery wwell kill you am i that wwould be fuckin unconscionable
CA: wwhat kind of friend wwould i be
WWHAT KIND OF FRIEND INDEED.
Question: Andrew, it's often almost startling that you can simultaneously be so sage and mature while also being so very silly at the same time. Have you always had that aspect of your personality, or did you actively develop it?
Hussie: i don't even motherfuckin know where at that kind of motherfuckin duality comes all from.
I DON'T EVEN MOTHERFUCKING KNOW WHERE AT THAT KIND OF MOTHERFUCKING DUALITY COMES ALL FROM.
That seems like a pretty nice compliment though, so thank you.
Wait, I think I just wrote some Gamzee fanfiction there. What the hell.
Anonymous asked: Are you planning to make a shirt with WV's Mayoral sash on it at some point?
Question: "But I had typed so many honks recently." You know, you are allowed to ctrl+c ctrl+v
Hussie: Conknestly, I'm actually pretty fond of the spelling, even though it's wrong, so I think I'll leave it.
I'll just call it Fef's mistake, not mine.
She lives under water, like she even GOES to fucking school.
Question: Actually, that's a good point. Do trolls even go to school?
Hussie: I was being glib (glub) about that.
They are "schoolfed".
Which at this point, means exactly nothing.
Question: Also did the plane engine in Donnie Darko get you thinking about paradoxes (the backbone of everything in Homestuck)?
Hussie: No way. That movie didn't invent time travel complexity nor is it really close to being the most compelling implementation of those concepts. It was a pretty decent movie, but the only thing it actually influenced were those time trails in the Felt arc.
Complex time travel stuff is something I've always thought about. Actually, about ten years ago around the time when that movie came out, my friend Jan and I (who I did the Star Trek edits with) worked for a while on a screenplay for what we were slating to be the most maniacal and complicated time travel movie ever. It was called Copy/Paste. We were essentially working on Primer I guess, a few years before Primer came out. It was pretty close to being done, but I guess we lost interest. Then later Primer came out, and we didn't need to bother with that anymore. Then 5 years after that I started Homestuck, thus rendering Primer obsolete, in a flourish of silly jokes. (????) (YOU DECIDE.)
Question: I swear, if you cut a hair out of Nepeta's head...
Hussie: If you look up Expendable Character in the dictionary you would see a picture of Nepeta batting around a ball of yarn while looking as adorable as possible.
But having said that I bet you wouldn't feel that confident guessing what her fate will be, would you? Probably not.
If I have not portrayed myself as perfectly capable of making Nepeta the sole survivor of this comic, then I probably fucked up somewhere along the way.
Anonymous asked: In your long flash animated sequences, you obviously have other artists draw certain scenes. I was wondering how you choose those artists. :)
Question: Was the 380 hours thing intended to be reminiscent of a Feferi emoticon?
311 hours for Eridan was too, but it's more of a stretch.
11 = XI in roman numerals.
3XI -> DEAD.
Eh, maybe that was kind of lame.
Oh and by the way! 420 for Gamzee because of MARIJUANA.
Question: You always get tons of backlash from everyone; on the forums, the chans, here, everywhere! And well, I just wanted to say that regardless of who is right/wrong/an idiot, I sincerely hope your feelings never get hurt too bad. Sounds dumb, but I mean it. :(
Hussie: I'm not even sure I do compared to a lot of other well known internet creators, but it doesn't matter.
Feelings-wise, I'm pretty much unflappable. You might as well register your grievance with a brick wall. And in some cases, negative opinions only fuel in-story "rebukes", but that has more to do with mischief on my part than actual retaliation. And I am prone to finding that funny, whereas OBVIOUSLY the critic will not, and will be inclined to register additional meaningless grievances. It's all good.
A statement that I think encapsulates my attitude is, all things being equal, which they aren't, why is this guy's opinion better than mine?
First of all, the situation is very, very far from being equal. I don't think much hubris is required to believe that ME vs. RANDOM INTERNET GUY is not close to a fair fight.
Second, even if the metrics tracking quality thought broke even between us, it is merely opinion vs. opinion. I'll side with mine, thanks.
Opinions aren't even real things. They are ghosts made of thought. But lots of people on the internet, especially grumpy ones, treat theirs as absolute reality. Which can be pretty funny to watch. Or terrible. Re; youtube comments.
If you're a creative type who struggles with how others receive your work, I might suggest embracing the attitude above. But before you go too far with it, you also might want to try real hard to be good at something first.
Anonymous asked: why sollux :,( whywhywhy
Question: The song 'Miracles' was released in September of 2009. The music video for it was made in April of 2010. The current date in homestuck is April 13th 2009. Where did gave get the music video from?
Hussie: Sounds like someone needs to learn how miracles work.
Question: Did you have evil schizophrenic Gamzee planned out from the beginning? You know, since his chumhandle IS terminallyCapricious.
Hussie: I gave them all troll handles well before they ever came close to being real characters, but those names always set up the parameters for where I could drive the characters thematically when continuing to develop them, if inclined. So yeah, this was always a strong possibility, without necessarily being 100% committed to it the whole time. Regardless, there was some groundwork set up for that possibility should I decide to run with it, which I did, and the decision was made quite some time ago.
Same with others we've seen recently. Kanaya had the theme of virginity due to her sign, which when you think about it, is a pretty TOUGH CONCEPT to shape into coherence for a character in an ensemble like this, but I worked it by bonding her to matriarchal themes with her virgin mother grub lusus, and the role she inherited as progenitor and caretaker of the matriorb, and more specifically, recently showing the futility of that role, as the concept of chastity is not particularly compatible with successful breeding. When she found the key to release it, it was a sign that all along it was not meant to be used, but destroyed.
Eridan was originally cast as someone dangerous and genocidal, but those qualities were never illustrated and became easily dismissed as a joke as his whole character seemed to revolve around failed romantic aspirations for so long. But they came back, reminding us they were driving forces behind his profile. (His name, caligulasAquarium, was also tied to his various romantic obsessions, particularly the need for a rival, which is bound to the caliginous quadrant, another word for dark.) Ultimately his dreams of genocide were realized by being the one to destroy the orb, which appeared to always be his intent for "helping her" with it, making his preceding conversation with Kanaya much more detestably villainous than it seemed. In doing so, he destroyed hope for the species. This is his final interpretation of his role as the Prince of Hope. Not as one who fights for hope, but destroys it. He's certainly the worst kind of bastard this story has to offer.
Both Eridan's and Gamzee's dangerous sides were heavily masked by the long adherence to their roles as one note gag characters, and made it very difficult to predict these outcomes seriously. A few days ago, nobody at all is guessing Eridan walks into a room and kills two characters. And before this page:
Even fewer people would ever make a serious guess Gamzee would become a threat. Commitment to the gag was too air tight.
But that's was makes the development equal parts disturbing and funny in my view.
Question: how the hell did you manage to turn an ICP parody character into a fucking terrifying clown with a bifurcated personality
Hussie: .................... I can't think of a much better description for a single character who is the embodiment of ICP though.
Question: why gamzee ;_;
Hussie: Let's all be completely honest here.
Evil Gamzee is the best thing that has ever happened, and will ever happen, to Homestuck.
(ps the person who actually runs this is http://fennecat.tumblr.com/ not the tumblr user geromy in case of confusion)
Anonymous asked: so andrew hussie is the equivalent of shakespeare
Anonymous asked: Your e not contintue
Anonymous asked: I am going to unfollow the fuck out of you... You don't need to answer every single ask that comes into your ask box you know
stop-hammerkind asked: You're /obviously/ being trolled by several Anons. Run before it's too late.
Anonymous asked: "i think that anon thinks that anon thinks you're andrew hussie" anon here. i am... strangely proud that i started something. but i also apologize if you have a ton of this stuff to deal with now.
Anonymous asked: I thought Octopimp was Andrew Hussie?
Anonymous asked: I think anon thinks you're Geromy. I also think the next anon is going to think I'm a smartass. I think anon is correct in this assumption.
Anonymous asked: I think you're Geromy.
Anonymous asked: I think that other anon thinks that the other anon thinks that the other anon thinks that you're Andrew Hussie.
Anonymous asked: Augh I need help. Two things I don't really understand. One, the blackroms. I've read over I just can't seem to understand Aus. Two, Is Sollux dead or what?
Anonymous asked: i think that anon thinks that anon thinks you're andrew hussie
Anonymous asked: I think that anon thinks that you're Andrew Hussie.
Anonymous asked: sorry most of the fandom are selfish assholes. But for the others like me who can actually WAIT 5 days for an update thank you.
Question: why kanaya ;_;
Hussie: I'm not going to pretend I didn't think it was a very sad event. Feferi was one thing, as a pretty tangential character. But Kanaya was the one that hurt.
Sad things happen in stories. Even funny ones!
Probably the most memorable episode of Futurama for me was the one where his dog waits for him on the street corner for years, until it dies. And then? THE END.
That was awful! I don't know anyone who ever watched that episode who wasn't emotionally crushed by that ending. Almost to the point where it was unbelievable they made such a thing happen. I was not alone in speaking to the TV: "Futurama, what are you doing to me? FUTURAMA??? You're not supposed to do this, you're FUNNY!!!"
And yet, that episode was great! Even the ending was great, all things considered. In retrospect its very gesture was sort of darkly hilarious.
I'm not exactly comparing this character death with that moment, but just pointing it out as an example of a piece of entertainment which I believe successfully blended emotional tones. That's what's been going on with HS for quite some time.
In fact, Futurama always struck me as a really good example of something that did that, and I can think of very few other examples. Futurama was perpetually hilarious, while doing a pretty great job of making you care about the characters and what happened to them. It actually successfully pulled off a lot of poignant moments, not just dog killings. I'm trying to think of of other comparably humorous pieces of entertainment that worked a serious side well and not thinking of much. The Simpsons, not quite. Certainly nothing of Family Guy's ilk. (ok I'm really just thinking of TV shows now) Arrested Development could be a good example. Certainly off the charts in hilarity and characterization, though in hindsight I don't think it ever laid the drama on all that thick. It usually played its serious notes to set up gags, and often shortchanged drama by making continuity itself a gag (NEXT TIME ON ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT: jokes jokes jokes)
If I had to grope for another example, I might reach back years and years to something called Red Dwarf. Which was a British scifi comedy tv show. But not the show, the book! The novelization of it was my first exposure to it, and when I was a teenager I remember thinking it was the funniest, greatest shit ever. It might have been my teen goggles tinting it though, I really don't know how it would hold up for me now. I didn't even know it was based on a show, and later when I saw it, I thought it was good, but not as great unsurprisingly. Oddly, the concept was essentially the same as Futurama. A guy is frozen in stasis for a long time, wakes up in the future. But he's the last guy alive, a la Hitchhiker's Guide. I always liked this way better than Hitchhiker's though for some reason, which I was never as gaga over as so many seem to be. This story struck me as not only funnier, but more heartfelt, and really captured the essence of the lonely journey of the last human alive, alone in a giant space ship with his idiot hologram friend.
Thinking back on it, I'm probably weirdly influenced by that series in ways I'm probably not even aware of.
Question: Not strictly related to MSPA but I'm reading reactions to the latest pages (trying to- the forum is overloaded) and I wondered, what's it like creating something that affects people so deeply? These people are freaking out! Sign of a good story, for sure.
Hussie: People tend to be pretty emotional creatures and I know that some people shed tears over much lesser turns in a story than this.
So knowing that, I guess there is something a little weird about pulling the trigger on an event which I know perfectly well will cause plenty of people to cry ACTUAL TEARS, most of which are probably perfectly nice teenage girls who I have no business affecting in this way at all. To those people I guess I'll have to offer a real apology, because I'm not actually out to ruin anyone's day.
But when you're making a story with any sort of dramatic clout, even a largely humorous one, I don't think it pays to be gutless. Both in terms of reader reaction, fear of sparking sadness, anger, or bad reviews, and in terms of being overly precious with your characters and ideas, to the point where it becomes obvious you're unwilling to mess with anything or put anyone important in real danger, which does a lot to kill suspense.
But that's actually a pretty common way to construct a story, to the point where we are all extremely used to watching stuff where heroes are in no real peril, and because it's so common we can accept and enjoy it. This also makes it more shocking and emotional when a story steps outside of that comfort zone.
But it's only emotional if people are invested in those threatened. This is one reason why a lot of horror movies can be so ineffective, grisly moments notwithstanding. Rosters are knowingly introduced for the slaughter, with only lip service given to investment in characters. And even if approached skillfully, there isn't even much time to win the hearts and minds of the audience for the full cast.
But this is a little different. We've spent a lot of time with these characters. And if the threat to their lives seems like a sudden direction, I'd suggest that doing it earlier or more gradually wouldn't have allowed it to mean the same thing.
Question: On page 004529, Terezi talks about Karkat's plan to troll the humans, which Karkat doesn't form until after he wakes up at 5:12. She and Karkat then respond to that memo from 6:12 hours in the future. So they are sure to survive whatever is at 0:00 right?
I fucked up the timestamps and have to go back and retcon them at some point.
OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH : C
Question: It appears Doc Scratch was directly responsible for Kanaya's awakening on Prospit. Was Jade's early awakening similar, perhaps involving Bec, or were there different circumstances, perhaps due to her (grand)father or pure accident?
Hussie: There are actually clues about Jade's awakening in her conversation with Tavros, in retrospect. If you read between the lines, and draw from what we now know about Kanaya, you can make a decent guess about what happened.
GG: when i was REALLY young, i was sure the doll sitting across from him did it
GG: and for a long time i was terrified of the evil blue girl!!!
GG: she sort of haunted my childhood and i had trouble sleeping for a long time
She complains about insomnia while young, just like Kanaya did. When Kanaya was put to sleep by Scratch, her insomnia ended, and she woke up. We also know Jade did not have trouble sleeping for very long. Vriska started putting her to sleep to test out her powers.
Match this up with some remarks by Kanaya:
GA: It Was Saddening To Learn My Fortuitous Awakening Had Been The Product Of A Nefarious Ploy
GA: Youre Lucky That Your Awakening Probably Had No Such Entanglements
GG: jeez, i hope not...
So it would seem Jade and Kanaya have another thing in common.
Quote: I'm getting chocobo breeding vibes from the recent updates, was that an inspiration for the frog breeding?
Hussie: I don't think it was a direct inspiration, but I'm sure it crossed my mind at the time.
This is probably how most kinds of inspiration work. I hardly ever come up with an idea directly inspired something else (unless it's something I did, in which case I do it almost constantly.) But then after I have the idea, I may immediately think of something that's kind of similar from another work. I may then modify the idea to make it more reminiscent of that thing, if I feel like solidifying that particular reference. The Donnie Darko style past/future trails in the intermission might be a good example of that. Or, I may attempt to stifle similarities if the reference doesn't interest me.
The chocobo breeding thing always struck me as a really solid example of a side quest in a game. Pretty tedious, definitely optional, yet leading to major boons far beyond the normal scope of the game.
So in that sense, frog breeding was always supposed to be reminiscent of a fun side quest. And yet, it's still absolutely essential to completing the game's objective. So it's not technically a side quest at all. Only in spirit.
Question: Do you ever feel that things get a little too "cutesy" in your comic?
gallowsgambler asked: Who was the very first Homestuck character that you ever first began to imagine/create?
Anonymous asked: how come all the human god teirs have their pupils and accualy look alive when most of the trolls dont get theis back? can they even see?
Question: How did you come up with the idea of building up the house to reach Skaia? I really like the idea! It's like a reference to the Tower of Babel and it kind of makes sense given the context of Skaia as the place where godhood is reached
Hussie: The Tower of Babel did come to mind. There are many symbolic aspects you could find in it, many relating to ascension. It also put to use the basic idea of house building, inspired by Sim games, by tying it to a more obvious goal, to reach the gates, and then reach Skaia.
Obviously it's pretty easy for players to "cheat" and invent means of flying to skip the arduous climb, but as with many things, there are still hidden reasons for why the building is necessary which haven't been revealed. And if nothing else, it does convey the way the game is "supposed" to be played under ordinary circumstances, with kids making these insane vertical journeys through their houses, followed by fantastical horizontal journeys through their lands.
Also note that there are many, many ways in which the concepts if Homestuck were influenced by Problem Sleuth. The Cathedral of Syndetic Ascension was two huge towers meeting in the middle of the universe. Climbing the towers was a significant quest for the four heroes in PS. The consorts were always meant to parallel the silly members of the four kingdoms.
Another detail of interest: note that there was a volcano next to the cathedral which played a significant role in the story.
Question: http://www.formspring.me/mspadventures/q/2172660818 Then how come Viriska's and Aradia's outfits look almost the same? and are ALL Trolls shown as bugs? Are Trolls eventually insects that walk like men?
Hussie: They look similar because all the outfits look similar. They look similar to John's as well, though his is a bit simpler. The differences in the designs are small details. Like shape of hood, footwear, etc.
Metamorphosis is clearly a significant part of troll biology, and therefore ingrained in their mythology. They've got cocoons everywhere, and are often likened to insects through biological terms. The wings have nothing (we know of) to do with troll adulthood. But have a lot to do with their perception of what ascension should be, which is the culmination of a pupation process. Which is why some may look to fairies as an ideal, or rule them out as fiction on account of the ideal they represent. Ascended trolls in this game are essentially magical fairies.
Humans do not have a good analog for this though, and enjoy no biological upgrades. Only powers and fashion.
Question: How does someone become a ghost in Homestuck, like Aradia?
Hussie: By getting killed by a guy who just ate some mind honey I guess?
Let this be noncanon answer number ???.
Question: How could Aradia have ascended to god-tier status because she had no "extra life", which would have been her dream-self?
Hussie: She did have an extra life. She had a dream self all along. It just wasn't in a tower. It was sleeping in a crypt in the center of Derse, which essentially functioned as her Quest Cocoon.
She is a special case with respect to having a dream self (like Sollux was, who had two), and also with respect to the god tier resurrection.
The same rules couldn't apply to her, since she's the only character who's been dead since long before beginning the game. She couldn't resurrect the usual way because she was already dead.
So she has a different set of rules to suit her unique circumstances. We were lead to believe she didn't have a dream self, because she was dead, and because she didn't have a tower. But she was in the crypt the whole time, on her sacrificial platform, looking pretty corpse-like. Was her dream self dead too? There's no need for a definitive answer. But it would be reasonable to view her slumber as a state of undead-like stasis, like a vampire in a crypt.
Her resurrection demanded that her dream self be killed on the platform. And so it waited there for the entire session until Jack destroyed Derse, and was consumed by fire. This woke her up, and restored her to life for the first time in years. Her robot exploded as her soul un-disembodied itself. She then attained the god tier as the Maid of Time.
Question: In the Homestuck Beta, you eschewed the anti-aliased art style you had used for the rest of the adventures, but when you started the Homestuck Stable Release, anti-aliasing was back. Was there any particular reason for either of these decisions?
Because I didn't actually know what I was doing.
I was either not aware of the low quality setting which displayed vectors as aliased, or I didn't think it looked that great. I don't remember. I was also not even remotely aware of how much easier it would be, as well as aesthetically preferable, to just import loads of GIF graphics and animate those in Flash.
This speaks volumes about how all of HS has been approached. There I was, preparing to embark on something I knew would last at least a year, planning to do every page in an application I knew practically nothing about. Adjustments were made, as they have been the whole way through.
Launching into HS has been like partaking in an extreme wilderness survival challenge. I parachuted into the middle of the jungle with no equipment except for Picasso's stupid blank-loaded pistol. The beta was me unloading all the useless rounds into an angry tiger on the first night.
Question: You sure take a lot of refuge in humor. A reason for stupid plot developments, a reason for acting like an asshole. What else do excuse with it?
Hussie: What can I say, I have a very expansive sense of humor.
Also those things don't need excusing, cause they were all pretty good, whatever they were, and the humor behind them didn't justify them, but drove them in the first place.
But quite frankly, you sound like a bit of a dick to me!
And I doubt you are as funny as I am. So what is your excuse?
Hahahaha, oh man, that last thing I said was so great.
Question: Do you ever have to make the conscious decision of foreshadowing something you plan on doing based on whether or not you think it is worth the chance people will figure it out ahead of time?
Hussie: If I want an outcome to be less guessable then I distribute the foreshadowed data more carefully and cryptically. Practically nobody ever guesses stuff I seriously don't want them to guess.
Other times I leave more obvious bread crumbs to let certain outcomes be more guessable to the public. With the whole Kanpire thing I think I was pretty much beating people over the head with foreshadowed elements, including a brazen link to a SBaHJ comic in which Jeff appeared as a vampire directly below the scene of her demise. Hence her resurrection could safely be conducted to a chorus of NO SHIT!s with a few smug CALLED IT!s chiming in for backup, oh and also some HELL YEAH VAMPNAYA TIME!s working their way in there. This is not to say the outcome was a lock, because there is always the possibility for red herrings, and enough of those have been established so that you can never feel completely safe with a prediction. That is their primary value. Seriously, it isn't just messing with people. Making a story unpredictable has a lot to do with showing you are capable of doing practically anything at any time. Sometimes you bluff, and sometimes you play it straight. It's a little like a poker game. If you do too much of one or the other, people can read you easily. Even the silly self insert stuff has benefits in this regard. Predicting what's to come in the story is no different from putting yourself in the head of the author. If the author paints a portrait of himself as kind of a loose canon, either through a volatile narrative, or in an absurdly literal way as I do with the AH nonsense, that will be the consequence.
Part of the fun of a story is its unpredictability, and this one has had plenty of it so far I think. Unpredictability is a significant basis for suspense, and I'm sure has other benefits we could examine. But I think there is also enjoyment value in occasional predictability, or rather, guessability. Setting up some obvious clues, and running with them to their logical conclusion. It's like throwing the reader a bone, particularly those who may be prone to feeling a little overwhelmed by getting perpetually outfoxed by the narrative. Another example of that was Jade's penpal letter. I designed it so that the clues would scream GRANDPA GRANDPA GRANDPA, and of course that's what most people were guessing. And the guess was very much on the right track. But that doesn't mean it was safe from another twist. It was her grandson, which is an outcome still compatible with the original clues, in a way. And while managing to be surprising, and not particularly guessable. So in that sense I guess that development had the best of both worlds. Letting people pick up on some more obvious clues for a change, and still delivering a surprise.
How guessable something is also relates to how close to the event you get. Prior to Eridan's entrance into the room, and even during, the deaths were completely unguessable. After Feferi's death, Kanaya's becomes considerably more so, but still quite uncertain. After her death, all bets are off. Not only do all deaths thereafter become guessable, but in some cases, "predictable". That's because it was the line between a series of shocking events, and the establishment of an actual story pattern. The new pattern serves a purpose, as a sort of announcement that the story is shifting gears, that we're drifting into these mock-survival horror, mock-crime drama segments, driven by suspense more than usual. The suspense has more authority because of all the collateral of unpredictability built up over time, as well as all the typical stuff that helps like long term characterization. But now that the pattern is out in the open, following through with more deaths no longer qualifies as unpredictability. Just the opposite, it would now be playing into expectations, which as I said, can be important too. This gear we've switched to is the new normal, and any unpredictability to arise thereafter will necessarily be a departure from whatever current patterns would indicate.
Question: Does this mean we haven't seen the last of Tavros, either? Unless you genuinely killed off your favorite punching bag.
EVERYBODY LISTEN UP. TAVROS IS COMING BACK TO LIFE. YOU HEARD IT HERE FIRST.
Thank god you asked that question! It was going to eat me alive keeping a lid on that bombshell.
Anonymous asked: <33 back to you~ owo