Couldn’t decide if I wanted to do pokeshaming or trainershaming so I hit two birds with one stone.
rough skin’ll get ya
I did another one.
so i hear pokemon shaming is a thing now
so pokemon shaming is like my new favorite thing
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And then he fell asleep and blocked yet another path
It wasn’t quite dawn, the sky barely tingeing blue and purple to the east, but Gallagher was already up and throwing his bag over his shoulder. There was no time to waste on clear days like this; the spring weather along the Missouri was always unpredictable and this week had been a mess of muddy days. He frowned for a moment as he pushed the front door open, hoping a flood wouldn’t be waiting for him on the other side of the bridge again. But who was he kidding? He already knew the whole city would be a bog.
“Looks like I’ll be tying my bike up again,” he sighed, the door slamming shut behind him and tipping the name plaque hanging beside it. He cringed and straightened it, leveling the green and white sign the best he could in the dim morning light.
WILLIAMS and in smaller letters, ST, proclaimed the faded sign, once a street sign some decades ago. It had been manufactured at least one if not two centuries before and the fact that it sat barely bent upon his family’s shop today served as a testament to the manufacturing practices of the ‘2s. These things just lasted forever.
The smaller sign below, this one hand-painted on a piece of wood, read “Salvage, Finding, and Resmithing”, the collective professions of himself and his father Peter. It was a decent living, more so right now while his mother was away for a few months overzealously doting upon her first grandchild and it only had to pay for the two of them. But in Gallagher’s case, it left him awake this early six days a week for the past five years.
Recently I have been taking advantage of my being in Tokyo to find Digimon Adventure goods in places like Nakano Broadway. The goods are basically really cheap because this is an old fandom lol so I’m not wasting too much money on this hobby.
One of the extra features of this guide book I got for 02 includes a poll that Daisuke apparently did of 100 asking what they did in their time off.
47% said battle — okay, makes sense.
34% said sleeping — sounds about right.
11% said dating — okay, yeah, I guess digimon need social lives…
4% said cooking — digimon love food…
2% said being brainwashed — throwback to the Kaiser
1% said burning — …Melamon
AND THE FINAL ONE PERCENT… IS….
WITH A PICTURE OF WORMMON. THE QUESTION WAS “What do you do on your day off?” AND WORMMON ANSWERED “Ken-chan!”
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