This is a story of how neglect an isolation can lead to disastrous consequences.
This is a story of how good intentions can go horribly wrong.
This is a story of how nurture cannot always overcome nature.
This is a story…
…of the Earldom of Lemongrab.
Lemongrab on Finn & Jake’s Enemies and Frienemies Page.
I really want to know the story behind that last one.
It’s not like we haven’t freakin’ tried. Unno. Lemongrab’s OK with wearin’ the dress but he argues with me every time I call em ‘Princess’ keeps going on and on about his birth right yadda yadda, what a square. Won’t call me ‘daddy’ either even if that’s the WHOLE point of the Daddy game. Yah, yeah I get it ‘you’re not my father’ but sheeze - maybe we should jus’ stick to uniforms.
Or play a quiet Daddy game. Gotta love the dress. Hope Bubblegum doesn’t notice it’s missin’ too soon. Heh.
Movies directed by Makoto Shinkai• 5 Centimeters Per Second • The Place Promised in Our Early Days •
• Children Who Chase Lost Voices • The Garden of Words •
- The Pizza Twins from Back At The Barnyard (via yvov)
Back at the Barnyard is amazing:
The farmer is a vegan and all the animals are rescues
The humor is often outlandish and smart
Otis is a transgender cow (or bull, everyone calls him “he” but also calls him a cow)
One of his swears;’: oh milk me. (Think about it)
One time a grown ass male cow (Otis) cross dresses and dates a young boy to get free stuff. Things kind of went too far. Incredible.
The sheep being coerced to perform in the (previously all human) circus: we find the ideas of domination degrading. Then they pummeled the “sheep tamer”
"I loved Back at the Barnyard, I’m not sure why. Something about talking farm animals cracked me up. :)"
When you’re no longer interested in a show but you’re too invested to stop watching it