you are paleturquoise
Your dominant hues are green and blue. You’re smart and you know it, and want to use your power to help people and relate to others. Even though you tend to battle with yourself, you solve other people’s conflicts well.
Your saturation level is low - You stay out of stressful situations and advise others to do the same. You may not be the go-to person when something really needs done, but you know never to blow things out of proportion.
Your outlook on life is bright. You see good things in situations where others may not be able to, and it frustrates you to see them get down on everything.
And I am thankful for everything you Seth and Chel are doing because it is a seriously long wait before the 3rd season and I don’t know what I would be doing as a Sherlock fan aside from watching the past 2 seasons over and over again.
But because Seth and Chel keeps up Texts, it feels like Sherlock is still here. I’ve sort of adapted Texts as canon for BBC Sherlock because of how similar it is to the series. Whew. Amazing work. Thanks you guys :)
Anon, are you a spam bot? what’s with the website? -____- If you are, please stop spamming me. Oh, on a side note, acomicaday means ‘a comic a day.’ It reminds me that every day is a chance to learn and change.
I mean, producing sounds that make other people seem to hear something that isn’t there?
Random facts about Acomicaday
1. Dairy Queen’s Dilly bar is one of my favorite ice creams
2. Reading is one of my guilty pleasures
3. I sleep late at night
4. I have Fullmetal Alchemist action figures
5. There is dust under my bed
6. I can sleep with the light on (but that doesn’t mean I like to sleep with the light on)
7. I am alive.
8. I am happy.
9. I am blessed.
10. I have the coolest friends.
Tonight I’ve dined with authors of science books; and looking at them, tells me something. One look at them and you’ll see that they’re tired, they need coffee to stay awake, and they are working hard to the bone. Pretty much like a student, no?
In a way, textbooks can be similar to novels in that they can let the reader experience what they did.