this is adorable. I like the irony of it, but glasses just make good accessories too. So I'm sorry about all flaming and whatnot. This is super cute and I don't find it offensive at all! I myself am practically blind without my glasses.
MY LORD PEOPLE CALM YOURSELVES can we just appreciate how completely adorable this guy is?? and maybe thats this babies personality; he's wearing the glasses for IRONY. idk but hey everyone calm down and all hug this bby at once. (and then we have to give tohgii ALL the hugs forever -w- )
AWorldInABottleFeatured By OwnerAug 24, 2013Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well yes you did, silly. The "l0l" at the end made your wording sound really heartless, and I only noticed because of my friend and the comment below me so I know other people noticed too. You just sound like "Oh he went blind and now he's in a depressing denial.... Lol, whatevs."
Well its not your fucking art now is it? its his character and his rules, its not like its a real person, he isnt trying to make fun of him. Why would anyone make fun of Blind people? i think your just being overly touchy.
welp, the word "depressing" was never used. The character doesn't want to face the fact that he's blind, so he wears glasses (even though they don't serve to help him in anyway, so it's a bit ironic.) besides, "LOL" stands for "Lots of Love". the artist is clearly stating he feels for this character and are sending his suportive love to him through the acronym.
Ask-TheWonderfulOCsFeatured By OwnerAug 25, 2013Hobbyist Digital Artist
Of course it doesn't say the word depressing, the air quotes don't mean he literally said that.In the context of what was said, it means it was what it sounded like, or she was acting out his voice figuratively.Besides, it's not just ironic, it's blatantly depressing and it's only reasonable to think so. And LOL means laugh out loud, and always has at least to most people, because I've never heard it be used for "Lots of love" and to assume that's what it means on a regular bases would be to stretch the probability of disbelief.