It's the hot milk meme but for JD I called it Cold Slurpee cuz... why not lol Yet another Heathers animation! This one for the Ghost AU Careful not to hurt urself on All That Edge lmfao
**Flashing images, suicide references, self harm , bullying, gore AND A GIANT EXPLOSION
Okay- so on the subject of JD coming back as a ghost from the last video. ((https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQyL3jkiGWo))
I felt like it needed some more explanation because I imagine JD actually uh... is 2 ghosts lol. One is "him" an extremely depressed teen who was hurt but very much loved Veronica. And the other is uh... essentially the manifestation of the anger that has been building up since his mothers death that eventually took over in the end.
Angry at his mother for leaving, angry at his father for being extremely distant and neglectful, angry at the kids who bullied him in school (he obviously knows how to fight and defend himself by the time he meets Kurt and Ram), angry at society in general, angry at Veronica for leaving him, for pretending that she had killed herself just like his mother (as I believe we're meant to infer)
At the end it's Veronica meeting the "real" him.
I'm of the mind that if JD had gotten professional help when he was younger then things could have been entirely different for him. Heather Chandler's death created a sort of spiraling snowball effect. Again - this doesn't excuse anything that he ended up doing. I just think that he's a lot more complex than "Evil for the fun of it" ((Again this referring to the Musical JD, I feel like the one in the movie was a lot more cold and sadistic tbh))
So uh, hope you like it lmfao
Original Meme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfgnliR9uW8
Slightly extended thoughts here https://miranda-mundt-art.tumblr.com/post/162210896398/i-know-some-people-have-mentioned-that-we-dont
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