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fullcravings · 2 days
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No-Bake Turtle Pie
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daily-deliciousness · 5 hours
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Pumpkin cheesecake
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hyrultia · 2 days
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dinos
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chula-6ninex · 3 days
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niña bonita 👧🏻
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satanslilbaby · 2 days
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Just a few hours left to sub to my VIP page for 40% OFF and receive my thanksgiving video FREE!! Also dropping a new video tomorrow night for FREE to VIPs as well 😘 don’t miss it!!! Search @satans.xxx.baby on OF
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gwynnstellar · 2 days
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This thanksgiving was a surprisingly good thanksgiving. I I worked up the courage to come out to my brother as trans and it went really well!! He told me he already knew and still loved me and said I would always have family at his place. Afterwards he gave me a big hug, I’m thankful of my brother who loves and accepts me for who I am.
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blondebrainpower · 3 days
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Thanksgiving, 1970
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teathattast · 2 days
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reallifesolace · 2 days
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will is the kind of person who goes all out on thanksgiving. he wakes up nico early to watch the parade and make pumpkin pie and mashed potatoes and turkey with him. when nico asks why the holiday is so important to will, he tells nico of the meals his mom would make for him, and how much it hurts that he has to be away from her on this special day
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askmuppetmurdock · 1 day
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Happy thanksgiving, N,M&P! Did you spend thanksgiving with family?
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M: Well, somebody had to get rid of all these casseroles. We stopped by Foggy's parents' house early in the day and ate dinner at the office. Busy times. Thanks for the ask!
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A Little Goncharov for Thanksgiving
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I learned about Goncharov the way I learn about most memes and pop culture, from my teenagers. In the days leading up to Thanksgiving, we had a group chat spring up on Discord that included two family friends who were going to be joining us for the holiday from out of town. One of the topics of conversation turned to Goncharov, the imaginary film around which an active Tumblr fan community had sprung up, as if it had been a real, little-known cult classic from 1973 made by Martin Scorsese. 
It became a fun creative exercise—in the middle of the day, one of the kids would send a question about Goncharov: “What do you think about the relationship between Katya and Sofia?” or “What did you make of the clock tower imagery?” or “Goncharov… iphone or android guy?” To which someone else would playfully answer. 
This same kind of thing was happening on a massive scale on Tumblr, where artists created movie posters and promotional materials, composers posted songs and soundtracks, people posted deleted scenes and script fragments. There are reviews and academic papers, fictitious Wikipedia and IMDb listings, and A LOT of fan art.
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Lynda Carter posted a photo on her Tumblr with Henry Winkler that she captioned, “Me and ‘The Fonz’ at the premiere of Goncharov (1973) at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.”
Discussions popped up about the characters and who would play them in the reboot. Posts were shared hundreds, then thousands of times. A Goncharov (1973) Lore Google Doc and Discord server were created to help keep the content organized.
Our family’s fan-favorite character was Ice-Pick Joe, so I wrote “Musings on Ice-Pick Joe” in between chopping veggies for stuffing and waiting for the sweet potatoes to roast, complete with some AI-generated art. That was four days ago, and the post has been liked and shared more than I anticipated, and I keep thinking about why that is.
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Conversations around Goncharov have continued, and I find myself wondering what it is about this moment in time and this type of activity that continues to capture so many people’s imagination and engagement?
Tumblr is a hub for public fandom culture and community in a way that the other social media platforms are not. It’s where you can find discourse and fanfiction/fanart for almost anything.
Still, this is a little different and on a much larger scale. At a time when people are looking for Twitter alternatives, with the stress and joy of holidays approaching, what is drawing so many people in?
We talked about this over Thanksgiving: the way Goncharov allowed people low-stakes permission to create, to play to their particular strengths, to connect with other people, to escape reality for a moment, to build a new community. We talked about the shortcomings and challenges we saw: power dynamics, issues of race, etc.
It’s an evolving experiment, and as such, it has been shaped by the many variables involved and course-corrected each time someone notices a gap or opportunity: What would a musical look like? What if some of the actors had gone on Sesame Street or the Muppet Show? What if Gonzo played Goncharov and Miss Piggy played Katya? What would the remake look like set in 1980s NYC? What recipes might be created for the Goncharov cookbook? (I remember how much fun we had making the Forking Good cookbook.) There really is no end to what people can come up with. I’m waiting to see if Goncharov gets a Tom Gauld comic or a mention on Saturday Night Live. 
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It seems relevant that role-playing games, both online and tabletop, have recently increased in popularity. Dungeons and Dragons was the cornerstone of Stranger Things, and 50,000 people attended Gen Con (tabletop game convention) in 2022. It’s not my world, although I’ve watched the joy my kids take in it. My energy goes into writing, but I can absolutely appreciate the fun of playing together. 
As a writer, I walk around with worlds in my head, but I don’t get to share them until they get published. Something like Goncharov, which was not an intellectual property “owned” by anyone, gives people permission to imagine and play.
I think it speaks to a need we have an human beings to experience connection, joy, wonder, and hope. We've always had those needs. People have been gathering around fires or tables, telling stories, for thousands of years.
Today, the hearth may be a computer or a phone, but the desire is not that different. My November began with the publication of Mother Christmas, my graphic novel, the secret origin of the Santa Claus story which is rooted in the ancient Muses, whose gifts inspire humanity. One of the questions my story attempts to answer is: Where does inspiration come from?
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If we look at Goncharov we can see that inspiration comes from so many places. So much is possible when people given themselves permission to play, to shrug off the inner critics and outer trolls, and to imagine for a moment a different world that they have a part in creating. That is such a powerful and compelling idea.
Stories remind us that we are not alone, that we share struggles, and that we can overcome obstacles. There are so many challenges in the world right now.
Maybe Goncharov is a lens through which people are seeing themselves and each other, reminding us how much fun it is to make-believe and how powerful it can be to have a shared image of the world.
The first step in creation is imagining. Exercising that muscle, allowing ourselves to play and tell stories and make art is a worthwhile one, and I think it's one that we need to survive.  The Goncharov phenomenon gives me hope, because if we can have this many people put their energy into creating a whole world around Goncharov, just imagine what else is possible?
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fullcravings · 1 day
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Cranberry Brie Stuffed French Toast
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incorrectcuphead · 2 days
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henchman: boss, you’re coming to thanksgiving dinner, right?
the devil: ugh, unfortunately.
henchman: yay! what are you bringing?
the devil: my negative personality and good looks.
henchman: oh..
henchman: so, is that like ALL you're bringing or..?
the devil: RAGH! [pulls out a list] ugh, fine! i’m ALSO bringing honey brioche rolls, a homemade pumpkin roll, vegetarian stuffing for stickler, a crap ton of vodka, roasted yams—
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subsandwichroll · 3 days
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thanksgiving break is over so now i have to go back to school and pretend like i didn’t just spend the whole time reading mind-altering fanfiction
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sincerelytennessee · 12 hours
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By Kimimilasha James
We did not simply fade into the background as the Thanksgiving myth says. We have survived and flourished. We have persevered. The very fact that you are here is proof that we did not vanish. Our very presence frees this land from the lies of the history books and the mythmakers. We will remember and honor all of our ancestors in the struggle who went before us. We will speak truth to power as we have been doing since the first Day of Mourning in 1970.
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