So I guess some troll cave got fire thrown in it by my posts yesterday about cutting my hair, and a bunch of accounts are linking the above picture on Twitter with captions like,”Felicia Day before and after. Which is better?” And “What boyfriend allowed this kind of self-harm?”
I will not credit or point them out, because the BEST THING TO DO is laugh and just block trolls. Giving them attention is exactly what they want. But I had to share the picture because:
THE GIRL ON THE LEFT IS NOT EVEN ME!!! THEY CANT TELL TWO WOMEN APART WHO HAVE THE SAME HAIR COLOR!!!
I was laughing so hard this morning I had to share. I mean…come ON, dudes. It’s so obvious.
The Year 2014 is considered as the Year of the Horse as per the Chinese Zodiac Calendar which begins on January 31,2014. Hope you will bear the horse sign strive towards seeking freedom and happiness >w<!
i was born under the year of the horse btw :)
Happy New Year everyone!
新年快乐！ 恭喜发财！ 万事如意！ 身体健康！
An explanation of these pictures: in Chinese there is an adverbial phrase ‘马上‘ which means something like ‘soon’. Literally, however, this phrase means ‘on top of a horse’. As it is the Year of the Horse this year, many people have been using this pun by placing something they want on top of a horse to indicate that they would like it to come to them soon.
This is a double pun because bat is ‘蝙蝠‘, pronounced ‘bianfu’, which is a homonym for ‘happiness and luck and good fortune’ (福 also ‘fu’). So while this is literally Batman riding a horse, it also means ‘may you (in this case, my followers) be blessed with happiness and good fortune soon’ :)