Good evening, everyone! Sorry for a bit of negativity in what is otherwise meant to be a positive and uplifting spot on the internet…but it has come to our attention that a few other sites are using our imagery and claiming them as their own. While we’re no great geniuses and there is not a huge ego attached to what we do, we do put some time and work into it and anyway - that’s really not cool to take someone else’s work and present it as yours.
If you come across something that mentions we’ve “switched over” to a new page - whether it is here or facebook or twitter - that is simply not true. We are where we have always been, for over a year now. The people who are claiming we are elsewhere/they are us and using our work ARE NOT US.
I don’t want to make a big deal of something that is frankly pretty silly, and like I said, I hate to bring any kind of negativity here, but I just wanted to make you all aware that this is a thing that is, for whatever reason, happening.
Dearest Skeletor, how do you feel about your portrayal in the He-man & She-Ra Christmas Special?
That is a tough question to answer. I was heavily medicated at the time and really have no idea as to the performance. I barely remember getting through it, honestly. Ah, how far I have come since then! I will have to re-watch it and get back to you with a critical analysis.
Hey Skeletor, I was wondering if you could either alter your layout or change it so we can see the tags you use? Thank you for all the affirmations!
That’s an interesting question. I didn’t realize that no one could see them. If it makes you feel better, most of the time we forget to add tags anyway, and when we do they are somewhat snarky. Maybe it is best they remain unseen! However, we will definitely look into it.
If you produced a daily calendar of these, I would buy several!
Ah, anonymous. I have been hearing quite a bit of this, and I appreciate your encouragement and support. I think that without gaining permission from the owners of these characters (and probably paying for permission as well), this is probably an impossibility. To do so without these permissions in place is probably asking for a world of trouble. And we have reached a point in our life where we like to keep clear of trouble. Trouble is a nasty business.
However, if you put something like that together for yourself, we would love to see it!
Dear Skeletor: This blog is amazing. I recognize a lot of the positive affirmations from a Louise Hay tape I used to listen to when I was in a deep depression and dealing with severe anxiety issues. Just wanted to say thank you for adding the hilarious photos that match up so perfectly with the affirmations ^_^
Thank you for your kind words! And yes, we did start off with quite a bit of Louise L. Hay, as well as Eckhart Tolle, and even some Tony Robbins! Nowadays we sort of just make it up as we go along because we used up all the good stuff :)
Dear Skeletor, I know some other people have bigger and more pressing problems than mine, but please, bear with me. I don't have a problem making new friends and meeting people. I know I put the most pressing matters to the last minute and sometimes experience anxiety due to that, but I also KNOW that if I put myself in a situation of do or die - I can hold strong. But I waste my free time! If I have a day off, I waste it and never get anything done - fun or work.How do I overcome this sickness?
My dear person! How do you think this Skeletor Is Love venture got started in the first place? We were TOTALLY wasting time and avoiding the things that we were actually supposed to be doing. Don’t discount your moments of idleness, they may lead to brilliant ideas with exciting and life-changing results!
…however, a good portion of the time, that is not actually the case. You spend your time playing Starcraft or that Simpsons game on your phone when you should be finishing your schoolwork or writing that business proposal and then - oops!- before you know it the day is over and you have accomplished exactly zero things.
My big thing is this. If you want something badly enough, you’ll make it happen. If you *really* want to get out of the house and go to a park on your day off and feed the ducks, then by god, you’ll do it. If not, eh, it will wait til another day. If you’d rather spend your time on your sofa in your underpants, well -hey, it’s your day off, so why not.
I’m sorry, you’re asking this question of the laziest person in the entire universe. If it wasn’t for the last minute, I would never get anything done. And you know what? I work best that way. I’ve accepted that and moved on to the things that I actually care to change. My procrastinating habits? Eh, not so much. I’m responsible enough to know when a deadline’s looming, I get shit done, and my bills are all paid. If it took me 23 hours to build up to that point, well so what? It’s still done!
This is a very rambling and round about way of saying just this: ask yourself if you really want to change your patterns. If you do, then you will.