i was tagged by pligeons to write down 15 things that make me happy so here are 15 things that make me happy

1. surprise snacks

2. finding loose change in vending machines (i see a theme already)

3. fully customisable rpg characters

4. successful naps

5. najalater

6. puppies

7. fuji apples

8. my fort minor hoodie (it has thumb holes!)

9. buying artbooks

10. sunshine

11. lie-ins

12. facetime calling my mum in england

13. the ugly furniture video

14. comfortable shoes

15. vin diesel

i am a woman of simple but varied tastes, clearly

taggin’ lexlotl etfini hmasfatty holmesbody and goddamnhella

kellysue
atompunk:

Calling All Girls was intended for younger girls. It began publication in July 1941 after a teen column in Parents’ Magazine produced a positive interest from readers. It was the first magazine for girls. Contents consisted of comics, fashion advice, and short stories. It was originally published four times a year, but soon became published every month. This was because it was popular. By 1945 it was selling 500,000 copies of each issue. The average reader was aged 13. The magazine never appealed to older teens or fashion advertisers because of its emphasis on comics.

atompunk:

Calling All Girls was intended for younger girls. It began publication in July 1941 after a teen column in Parents’ Magazine produced a positive interest from readers. It was the first magazine for girls. Contents consisted of comics, fashion advice, and short stories. It was originally published four times a year, but soon became published every month. This was because it was popular. By 1945 it was selling 500,000 copies of each issue. The average reader was aged 13. The magazine never appealed to older teens or fashion advertisers because of its emphasis on comics.

i’m really stoked that tyler posey is mtv’s new poster boy. like, this kid they pulled up to play a boy in a tv show that didn’t even know if it was going to get a second season, scruffy little biracial punk kid, has become the face of a media kingdom.

i mean… you would otherwise probably have riff raff, which, ouch.

hail t-pose. long live the king.

NYX was the first comic book i actually went out and bought issue by issue. i was 14 years old, i didn’t know about pull lists, comic book stores were still terrifying manchild caves at least an hour away from where i lived- but a friend gave me the first two issues in a big stack of comics and scraps, and i was hooked.

bear in mind at this point all i’d ever really experienced was macfarlane-liefeldian 90s fallout, NYX was the coolest comic i’d ever seen in my life. it was bright and full of kickass girls and women from all backgrounds, coming up against all kinds of awful circumstances and surviving together, providing for each other. i haven’t read it in a very long time, it might have aged terribly, but i will always have a huge fondness for this short-lived series.