The Princess and the Weeb

We interrupt your regularly scheduled shenanigans to give you abnormal shenanigans in the form of a dorky narrative. (This is essentially being written as an extension of the copious amounts of NaNoWriMo writing that Finn and I have gotten done today, hehe.)

Once upon a time, there was a girl named Katniss.


She was an adorable little angel.


She had an older sister named June.

June was a giant weeb.


Katniss knew that June was a weeb, and it pained her greatly.


But she loved her anyway.


The end.

(This was written as a photo dump for Katniss’s beautiful selfies, which she wanted the world to see, and my cosplay progress pictures, which show my shoddy attempts at making a Kurapika costume. Also, Katniss spent the whole day sitting on me, so I felt it appropriate to mention here. Yes, I realize that this isn’t relevant information. Whatever. I do what I want.)


Summer: A Photo Summary

Alternatively read as, “Hey guys, I’m still alive!”

So… yeah, it’s been a while since I updated this blog. Again. I’m sorry, any of my actual readers. It’s not that I’ve lost my love of writing (you see that new sticker in the sidebar? Yeaaaaaaah), it’s just that shenanigans haven’t been so funny that I’ve absolutely had to blog about them, and, quite frankly, I’ve forgotten how to be a responsible adult. Still, that hasn’t stopped me from returning with updated bios and new pictures in tow! Each of these (or at least, each cluster of these) would probably have constituted a post in its own right if I had written about them right when they happened, but you know how it is—shenanigans are a lot less interesting in retrospect.

That doesn’t mean they’re not interesting, though.

So yeah, here you go!


Summer got off to a good start when the Hoopers took Eric to Casa Blanca for his birthday. Finn’s response to these shenanigans?


You get the idea.


Fritz expresses his opinions very eloquently through Snapchat.


This was written in response to a group chat message from Fritz that read, “Please note: Rosario Vampire is easier to take in as a manga.”


Long story short, Eric sympathized with Finn and I about a friend being stupid, and in response we bought him a cupcake. Not to be too nice, however (we are tsundere), we included a special message of our own. (I censored it because of reasons, but you get the idea.)


I had to go to a doctor’s appointment in Birmingham, and Finn agreed to come with me. On the way back we got stuck in a three-hour traffic jam in my car, which has no air conditioning. By the time we found these stickers, Finn had already given in to madness.


My eventual retaliation.


Makeshift Pathfinder campaign (for my little brothers) is makeshift.


The only right way to watch the anime.


Finn attempting to do something nice, once again failing with simple tasks, such as using plastic bags.


Little brother, two days before convention: “I want to cosplay Edward Elric!” My response.


The finished product, featuring the youngest Hooper boy as Luffy! And finally…



There you have it, folks. A whole summer’s worth of antics summarized in poorly taken pictures. Do you feel enlightened now?

(Yeah, I should probably go back and write better captions for them. Oh well. I do what I want.)