Anonymous asked: Hey can you give me the name of that Swedish reality show please? :)
It’s called Trolljägarna, so translated to english it’s Trollhunters. I dont know if you can watch it online with english subtitles anywhere though.
oh my godddddd there is a new swedish reality tv show where they are tracking down internet trolls and confronting them about the death threats they’ve sent to people, since it’s actually illegal.
watching them try to explain how it’s not them is the best entertainment i’ve ever seen.
this episode ended with them fining him 5000 SEK to be paid to the victim!
guess what America should do
I would be so rich…
I hadnt heard of this before, but I looked it up and now I’m watching it and holy fucking shit when they confront the cyberbullies… IT FEELS SO GOOD TO WATCH THEM SQUIRM I seriously cant stop smiling.
I mean I see how there could be negative consequences to this show, but I think the positive will outweigh the negative.
if you take the time to make sure that you get credit for some gifs by marking them with the name of your tumblr, then you should also take the time to GIVE credit to the person who made the film you took from in order to make said gifs.
it’s not that difficult. much like making a gif isnt all that difficult. making a mini documentary all by yourself on the other hand, is hard work.
these are gifs taken from the mini documentary "In two punk rocker’s hearts" , created by Sarah Eriksson.
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d-r-o-p-p-e-d-call asked: For the anon with strict parents: do what you want with one jacket n hide it. Then when you go out wear one set of clothes n bring said jacket with you, change when you're far away. The before you go home change back into what you were wearing. I had to do this when I was younger. I come from military household. Express yourself..just not around your parents. Eventually they'll get used to it by you slightly making changes to your appearance. If that makes any sense.
Anonymous asked: This might sound kinda stupid but I want to add studs and patches and stuff to my fake leather vest and jacket and my denim jacket but I'm only 15 and my parents won't let me cap they're quite strict. I've put badges on but what else is there I could do that's not so permanent?
well a safe bet is always safetypins. and you can use them to put patches on temporarily and then take them off when your parents are around :P and I dont know maybe you could ease your parents in to it? have maybe one row of small studs by the pockets or something? just so they see that the presence of some studs wont ruin your life or give your family a bad name or whatever? :P
I dont know I’m really bad at giving advice, and my parents were mostly ok with my clothes when I was young so I cant say that I have any experience of your situation.
but yeah, putting on patches with safetypins is one thing you could do.
dear followers, do you have any other advice to give this anon?
Anonymous asked: Have you ever considered making punk jackets and vests as a clothing line? You have the best homemade jackets I've ever seen and you seriously have the potential to create a REALLY successful business! I'd buy like 10 you are seriously talented xxx
haha, thank you so much!! :D I’ve actually been asked this many times before. I was once offered a looooot of money to design a jacket for this guy, but I just couldnt do it.
It would be a fun way to make money, because I love studding and styling jackets. But at the same time it goes against my whole view on punk jackets and vests. I just think that they look so much better when you put your personality into them, when it’s your own hands that create them. A store bought leather or denim jacket/vest (with studs and patches and so on) can look good, but I think that the truly awesome jackets are personal and all DIY.
So even if I got pointers and lists of things to put on the jacket/vest to make it personal, it wouldnt look the same as if that person had made it on their own. It wouldnt look as good, in my opinion.
And if I’m not making it for myself then I dont have as much inspiration,creativity and drive, and so they would probably all end up looking the same. And I just.. no, I couldnt do that. I myself would never buy an already “styled” leather or denim punk jacket/vest, and so it would just feel wrong to make one for the purpose of making money. And making jacket after jacket after vest after vest that basically all look the same would feel even more wrong, and be incredibly boring.
And if I made the jackets/vests according to my own personality then I wouldnt be able to let any of them go xD I would just refuse to sell them and end up broke :P
But me and my boyfriend used to talk about that it would be awesome to have a café with a DIY corner where you could pay a fee to use the materials at hand, or you could bring your own, and you could just eat cookies and drink coffee and hang out with old and new friends and like, fuel each others creativity and inspire each other. And also have a small stage for gigs in like the basement, and another corner where people could dye their hair (since a lot of parents and landlords get really cranky over dye stains and stuff).
It would be like a punk community, but no one would actually live there. It would be a business, like a cosy “café” with really long opening hours, across the street from the local grocery store or something :P I mean it would basically be impossible to make it work, but it would be nice.
Anyway, thank you again! It’s always nice to know that others like what you make :)
aaaand I put some more studs on my vest.
put some more chains on my belts.
you’ll have to excuse my butt though, it’s not very photogenic today.