THANOS THOUGHTS: WELCOME TO MY BLOG
Hello, my name is Thanos and I live on a rock in space. I own a chair. I’d like to own the Infinity Stones. There are six of them. They are all I think about, really. I don’t own any though. lol.
While I sit here in space on my chair with no Infinity Stones, I thought I’d pass some time by starting a blog. So, welcome to my blog. I’m calling it Thanos Thoughts because my name is Thanos and these are my thoughts lol. The idea is that this might be a good place for like-minded people to come and share their favorite craft ideas, or their favorite recipes, or their favorite plan to destroy the universe. I’d love to destroy the universe, really, but I need those Infinity Stones and I don’t have any yet. lol.
Here’s something I’ve been thinking about a lot and I’m sure you have too. Do you ever wake up from a nice nap only to realize that your space chair has drifted away from the rock in space that you live on? Oh, brother, what a mess! Ha ha.
I don’t like how movie Thanos looks. Sorry dad.
Currently drinking: The best Butterbeer I have ever tasted.
Thank you Esa… I am going to make this…..
I’m against putting an entire batch of cookies worth of vanilla extract in a mug to drink.
Shale is agender, it is not a girl and does not want to be referred to as one, stop it!
okay so i looked into it and apparently shale will never refer to itself as a woman if you aren’t best friends with it? which means i guess the warden “helps” it “realize” that it is a woman. which is gross but it’s cissexism that i would not put above bioware so i understand this point of view. i definately thought of it as agender right up until the end so?? idk anymore???
Shale is indeed referred to as a woman in the end of the game, once she/they have gone through self-discovery etc. Also, this drawing is based on the tie-in novel Asunder, because I enjoyed the idea that Shale and Wynne were travel buddies after the events of the first game. In that book I BELIEVE Shale is referred to as “she”?? And Shale does not address or correct that, implying that it’s the right pronoun to use? But I could be misremembering, I read it months ago. I might be wrong about that.
Anyway Shale’s gender is a question that kind of has different answers depending on which materials you read and how much of Shale’s personal quest you complete. I wasn’t intentionally trying to misgender Shale; as far as my experience of the game goes, Shale is confirmed to be a woman at the end, so that’s how I think of Shale. Wynne says something like, “Shale and I have been talking about her past, and she wants to-” etc. etc. Because Wynne is shown to be a thoughtful, respectful person, to me this implies that she refers to Shale as a woman because Shale, while discussing her past with Wynne, has expressed a wish for her to do so. I think it’s definitely a thing that’s up for interpretation, so it’s fine if you interpret it differently. I admit that a part of me just likes the interpretation because I like that a character with a sexless, masculine-coded golem body is a woman. If there’s any text that definitively labels Shale as agender though, let me know.
I never found out what happens with Shale at the end of the game because I accidentally murdered them.
monsters dot com
by William Manning
A figure, wreathed in shadows, stands on a dark hillside and peers down at the landscape before him. Ze is a tall humanoid, with an enlarged skull and dark sunken eyes. Behind hir is an object, a ship perhaps, mostly obscured by camouflaging reflectors, making…
I thought of this in the shower this morning. A kind of parody of the Twilight Zone episode “The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street.” Bleethoss is my new favorite name.
1970s Bernal Sphere concept art for NASA. The first two are by Don Davis, and the rest are by Rick Guidice.
Why don’t I live here?
I love Sci Fi space buildings and that people thought it would just look like a big suburb inside with grass and wooden houses
Here are some dogs enjoying Popsicles.
Number 8 is me