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Scibros and CupcakesThe last thing Rainbow Dash felt was her skin being cut away from her skull, and the metal of the blade scraping her teeth.Scibros and Cupcakes by Flying-With-The-Owls
Then she was gone.
"Bruce, where are you? We've got dinner reservations in a half an hour-" Tony Stark was cut short by the sight of his boyfriend lying face-down on the floor. "Bruce! What's the matter?"
"Leave me alooooone."
"Bruce! Tell me what's going on!" Tony sat next to his boyfriend and pulled him onto his lap. "What's going on?"
"I don't want to talk about it."
"Bruce, you know you can tell me anything, right?"
"Not this." Tony was getting worried. Bruce was Tony's sole confidant, and vice versa.
"I don't say this to many people, but you mean so much to me. I-It hurts me to see you hurting." Bruce looked at him.
"What is this, a Nicholas Sparks novel?"
"He's alive! Now. No bullshit, Bruce. What's up?" Bruce buried his face.
"Maybe if you stopped speaking into my crotch..."
Bruce sighed. "I'm a Brony." Tony burst into laug
|Absurdism is the philosophical school of thought stating that, regardless of the human need to find inherent meaning in life, all efforts to do so will fail because no such meaning exists, at least not that the human mind can understand. Therefor, all meaning that we can understand was made by us. Absurdists accept the responsibility of making meaning in our own lives. Absurdist art is created with this awareness, that human minds are the only source of the meaning we communicate through it. It's not (strictly speaking) surrealism, and any resemblance to existentialism or nihilism is purely coincidental . . . okay, no it's not -- they're closely related. But still different things.|
Anyway, since it's my choice: I choose to stand in the sunlight, and show both the beauty revealed and the shadows cast. And whatever else catches my eye, or give me a giggle.
Wikipedia article on Absurdism
With apologies to the manifesto "Surrealism in Full Sunlight".