So, I’m working on a cosplay of Quorra:
Whose name happens to have the same pronunciation as Korra:
And every time I tell someone I’m working on cosplaying her (Quorra), without differentiating between the two, they give me this weird look, and then ask how I am possibly going to pull that off. They won’t say it, of course, but that look of theirs clearly says “You’re a pasty white chick, how’re you gonna cosplay someone with darker skin?!” It’s kind of getting old…
So let me just set the record straight here people:
Neverminding she’s not the Quorra I’m talking about, cosplay is not about color. Anyone can cosplay any character they want, whenever they want, with complete disregard for such things as age, race, or gender. Yeesh…
Every cosplayer’s reaction. Only I have no objection to giving a rough estimate of my costs
We were asked all these questions about how long the costumes took us, how we did it, etc.
I paused the video right when we were asked how much money we spent on our cosplays and
does that give you your answer
THIS WILL NEVER NOT BE FUNNY
*cough* cosplayconspiracy *cough*
AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA DEAR GOD, NO.
I’m really sorry for anyone who thinks like that. Yes. ALL OF THE JOY MUST SUCK FROM YOUR LIFE the moment the clock strikes 12. The moment you turn 26.
You do a reverse magical girl transformation.
Into SAILOR BORING JOYLESS ADULT.
Sadly, it’s true. See, I made a pact with the Evil Queen Nerdyl and she granted me the power of eternal enthusiasm and self assuredness for the interests that make me happy. It’s almost like the power she granted me gave me the strength to enjoy what I enjoy without believing I’m not allowed to because I surpassed the age limit dictated to be “too old”.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Marvel marketing is not taking proper advantage of the Loki love out there. When I can walk through Spirit and see all of the Avengers, Justice League, and even DC baddies, but no Marvel villains I know someone isn’t doing their job.
All right, cold. We’re so totally done. I’ve worked, or rather, slept through your unpleasantness and uncomfortability. I’ve made up the time I missed at work, and have started catching back up on chores. We’re parting ways here, so stop encroaching on my cosplaying time, dang it.