The Tea Dragon Society is a perfect all-ages book for anyone who wants a fun fantasy story, something calming to read on a stormy day or before bedtime or anyone who enjoys art that puts a smile on your face and a warm feeling in your heart.
“Ivanka Trump claiming to have a punk phase — she is NOT taking punk from us.”
“I’ve never admitted this to anyone but I’m just so scared I’m stranded on a hostile planet full of fake, uncaring people.”
“The thing people tend to gloss over when talking about survival is how hard life can be to get back to once you’ve done the surviving.”
Sunmi’s art has a lot of elements that you might’ve seen in paintings from the 19th century, but it never feels dated, or from a certain time. It’s expressionistic, full of feeling and gestures towards the things the artist wants you to see.
“Do you think marriage is dumb?”
“I didn’t really buy her as an action hero. I’ve never met a girl that badass.”
Today in this game I resisted the thrall of a spooky scarecrow, employed a phishing scam to talk my way through an enchanted door, rescued a chicken’s beloved egg from demons, and lured a rat with food so it would sit still long enough for a turtle to confess her love to it.
Trolls on Twitter got you down? Tired of Mark Zuckerberg’s Real Name Policy? Looking for a social network not owned by a massive corporation? Mastodon may be your next haunt.
“How’s the baby growing going?”
Bingo Love! Lumberjanes! And so much cosplay!
If you’re tired of all the terrible things we all see on a daily basis and want something to help you calm down before bed, This is Not Fiction is the gay teen comic for you.
Being 27 was an absolute trash storm.
“There’s only ever one of these girls and you’re telling me they never get, like… a friend? Really?”
“They’ve got nothing in common except each other.”
As we continue watching the response to Hurricane Maria unfold, those of us who care about sustainability should be mindful of who we’re enabling to gain figurative power as well as literal.
“Despite being a champion in the art of actual survival, I’ve become a wildly imaginative and catastrophic thinker.”
“Sometimes I forget that straight people watch TV, too.”
In “Pockets,” Sydney and her mom are on their way to go shopping for some hiking boots and shorts for Sydney’s trip. She’s normally wearing skirts and cute flats, but her mom is understandably concerned about those kind of clothes while she’s hiking up a mountain for a week.
Remember the note from Ruth? Mae follows what it said and goes to Cafe Peru before her shift.