jeffica

jeffica:

i got this from chrisprattings

if you don’t know your personality type, take the test here.
rules: find out what characters share the same personality type as you here and list the characters that you find relevant below.

infj:

  • huey freeman - the boondocks
  • bruce wayne - the dark…

YASSSSSSSSSS!

I got ESFJ: ESFJs value security and enjoy making others feel well-cared-for. They are loyal to the belief system of their environment (as opposed to an internal one) and can be outspoken when others fall out of line.

  • Cory Matthews from Boy Meets World
  • Buffy Summers and Mayor Richard Wilkins III from Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  • Trudy Campbell and Betty Francis from Mad Men
  • Wichita from Zombieland
  • Cersei Lannister from A Song of Ice and Fire (lmaooooo)
  • Dr. Leonard “Bones” McCoy from Star Trek: The Original Series
  • Kitty Forman from That ’70s Show (YESSSSSS)
  • Ned Flanders from The Simpsons

Some of my fondest, most cherished memories of being a kid involve sitting around the TV with my parents and (on more than one occasion) my two older brothers- and laughing until I thought I’d throw up while we watched Robin Williams’ movies together. ‘Jumanji’ and ‘Hook’ thrilled me, ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ charmed me, ‘Patch Adams’ moved me to tears, and I’m fairly certain I drove my parents crazy when I wouldn’t stop quoting Genie from ‘Aladdin’ or Batty from ‘Fern Gully.’

And as I grew up, I appreciated Robin Williams’ stand-up comedy more and more, and his more serious roles in ‘One Hour Photo,’ ‘Insomnia,’ and his cameo on ‘Law & Order: SVU.’ He was just as exciting to watch when he played a villain as he was when he was playing a funny, silly family-man.

The world has lost a tremendous talent who gave many people: my age, older, and younger- the gift of laughter. Whenever someone like this, someone we grew up with, goes like this- it’s like part of our childhood disappears right along with them. It’s heartbreaking.

Depression isn’t a joke, and it’s nothing to be ashamed of. It’s a sickness, not a stigma. If you, or someone you know is suffering- I urge you to seek the help you/they deserve. You are not alone in this. You are never, ever alone.

R.I.P., Robin. Thank you for all the memories.

Just a few of my cell phone pictures from Day 2 of Boston Comic-Con. I’m still recovering from San Diego Comic-Con, but I managed to get my Daryl costume back on and meet some other enthusiastic Walking Dead fans (and a ton of other people, too- including Run D.M.C.’s Darryl McDaniels backstage after his panel, which was a blast!)

The rest of my photos will be up tomorrow at some point after I comb through them. I took pictures of a LOT of amazing cosplays.

Side note: the BCC tag is filled with a lot of anger from people who were waiting to buy tickets at the door and are pretty pissed they couldn’t get in. I understand the frustration- I do- a lot of you waited, some in costume, to get into the convention center only to be told you wouldn’t be able to get in until much later, if at all. It sucks- especially since last year’s didn’t seem nearly as packed.

But like all conventions, big or small, you need to plan accordingly. Buy your tickets in advance, arrive on time, and make sure you check the schedule and map- typically provided online weeks before the convention- to familiarize yourself with the area and know what time certain signings/panels/etc. are. Blaming the staff for your own lack of organization is kinda’ shitty. They’re just doing their jobs and they don’t need any extra harassment or abuse on top of what I’m sure is an already stressful workload.

But I digress. Thanks to everyone who asked me to pose for photos today! SDCC was my first time cosplaying, and I’ve really been enjoying it, so to get a lot of love for my Femme!Daryl costume back here at home is just really encouraging and sweet.