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Bad, Baseball, and Desk: sandersstudies My sociology professor had a really good metaphor for privilege today. She didn't talk about race or gender or orientation or class, she talked about being left-handed. A left-handed person walks into most classrooms and immediately is made aware of their left-handedness - they have to sit in a left-handed seat, which restricts their choices of where to sit. If there are not enough left-handed seats, they will have to sit in a right-handed seat and be continuously aware of their left-handedness. (There are other examples like left-handed scissors or baseball mitts as well.) Meanwhile, right-handed people have much more choice about where to sit, and almost never have to think about their right-handedness. Does this mean right-handed people are bad? No Does it mean that we should replace all right-handed desks with left-handed desks? No But could we maybe use different desk styles that can accommodate everyone and makes it so nobody has limited options or constant awareness that they are different? Yes. Now think of this as a metaphor. For social class. For race. For ethnicity. For gender. For orientation. For anything else that sets us apart madamedraconis WHY DOESN'T THIS HAVE MORE NOTES? Sandersstudies Because I posted it about 90 seconds ago, calm down Source: sandersstudies 14,088 notes Credit u/snarlingdarling Should be given as a flyer. via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2NhPrWp
Bad, Baseball, and Desk: sandersstudies
 My sociology professor had a really good
 metaphor for privilege today. She didn't talk
 about race or gender or orientation or class,
 she talked about being left-handed.
 A left-handed person walks into most
 classrooms and immediately is made aware
 of their left-handedness - they have to sit in a
 left-handed seat, which restricts their choices
 of where to sit. If there are not enough
 left-handed seats, they will have to sit in a
 right-handed seat and be continuously aware
 of their left-handedness. (There are other
 examples like left-handed scissors or baseball
 mitts as well.)
 Meanwhile, right-handed people have
 much more choice about where to sit, and
 almost never have to think about their
 right-handedness.
 Does this mean right-handed people are bad?
 No
 Does it mean that we should replace all
 right-handed desks with left-handed desks?
 No
 But could we maybe use different desk styles
 that can accommodate everyone and makes
 it so nobody has limited options or constant
 awareness that they are different? Yes.
 Now think of this as a metaphor. For social
 class. For race. For ethnicity. For gender. For
 orientation. For anything else that sets us
 apart
 madamedraconis
 WHY DOESN'T THIS HAVE MORE NOTES?
 Sandersstudies
 Because I posted it about 90 seconds ago,
 calm down
 Source: sandersstudies
 14,088 notes
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Dancing, Girls, and Nae Nae: u/caterpillarcraig 4h Men, how have you made a girl cr 435 511 Share BEST COMMENTS bivukaz 2h I work with kids in an elementary school One day I was standing in front of the lunch room, and I had to make the kids form a queue in order to enter the lunch room. In order to prevent the kids from rushing inside all at once, i usually play games with them to make them wait. Things like rock paper scissors, and other silly games. That day I was acting like I was the bouncer of this very exclusive nightclub called: "The Lunch Room" and I asked each kid to bust a dance move for me in order to get in. Obviously, everyone could enter but they had to shake their body a little bit. All the kids were plaving along, making fortnite dances, and other popular moves like the dab, the nae nae, etc etc etc...the most shy boys could do the robot, and the most shy girls could take my hand and i would make them spin like ballet dancers. At one point it was the turn of this shy girl, who slowly walked toward me, looked at me in the eyes... Then cried She was absolutely terrified of doing this in front of the other kids and just cried. I tried to confort her a little, so I picked her up in my arms, and took her hand like we were dancing a waltz, then spinned our way into the lunchroom Later that day she came to see me and asking me to dance with her again. I sure did. I taught her how to dance the waltz (the 3 step thing) and she had a blast. Reply 693 ZipCOde 1h this touched my soul. you're so cool 75 frecklesandmusings 1h Fellow educator here, that warmed my heart. elbmuhdnawen 55m this made me smile ) <p>from r/askmen I had to edit the comments and trim them a bit to fit in one photo because I’m on mobile</p>
Dancing, Girls, and Nae Nae: u/caterpillarcraig
 4h
 Men, how have you made a girl
 cr
 435
 511
 Share
 BEST COMMENTS
 bivukaz 2h
 I work with kids in an elementary school
 One day I was standing in front of the
 lunch room, and I had to make the kids
 form a queue in order to enter the lunch
 room. In order to prevent the kids from
 rushing inside all at once, i usually play
 games with them to make them wait.
 Things like rock paper scissors, and other
 silly games.
 That day I was acting like I was the
 bouncer of this very exclusive nightclub
 called: "The Lunch Room" and I asked
 each kid to bust a dance move for me in
 order to get in. Obviously, everyone could
 enter but they had to shake their body a
 little bit.
 All the kids were plaving along, making
 fortnite dances, and other popular moves
 like the dab, the nae nae, etc etc etc...the
 most shy boys could do the robot, and
 the most shy girls could take my hand
 and i would make them spin like ballet
 dancers.
 At one point it was the turn of this shy
 girl, who slowly walked toward me, looked
 at me in the eyes... Then cried
 She was absolutely terrified of doing this
 in front of the other kids and just cried. I
 tried to confort her a little, so I picked her
 up in my arms, and took her hand like we
 were dancing a waltz, then spinned our
 way into the lunchroom
 Later that day she came to see me and
 asking me to dance with her again. I sure
 did. I taught her how to dance the waltz
 (the 3 step thing) and she had a blast.
 Reply 693
 ZipCOde 1h
 this touched my soul. you're so cool
 75
 frecklesandmusings 1h
 Fellow educator here, that warmed
 my heart.
 elbmuhdnawen 55m
 this made me smile )
<p>from r/askmen I had to edit the comments and trim them a bit to fit in one photo because I’m on mobile</p>

<p>from r/askmen I had to edit the comments and trim them a bit to fit in one photo because I’m on mobile</p>

Dancing, Girls, and Nae Nae: u/caterpillarcraig 4h Men, how have you made a girl cr 435 511 Share BEST COMMENTS bivukaz 2h I work with kids in an elementary school One day I was standing in front of the lunch room, and I had to make the kids form a queue in order to enter the lunch room. In order to prevent the kids from rushing inside all at once, i usually play games with them to make them wait. Things like rock paper scissors, and other silly games. That day I was acting like I was the bouncer of this very exclusive nightclub called: "The Lunch Room" and I asked each kid to bust a dance move for me in order to get in. Obviously, everyone could enter but they had to shake their body a little bit. All the kids were plaving along, making fortnite dances, and other popular moves like the dab, the nae nae, etc etc etc...the most shy boys could do the robot, and the most shy girls could take my hand and i would make them spin like ballet dancers. At one point it was the turn of this shy girl, who slowly walked toward me, looked at me in the eyes... Then cried She was absolutely terrified of doing this in front of the other kids and just cried. I tried to confort her a little, so I picked her up in my arms, and took her hand like we were dancing a waltz, then spinned our way into the lunchroom Later that day she came to see me and asking me to dance with her again. I sure did. I taught her how to dance the waltz (the 3 step thing) and she had a blast. Reply 693 ZipCOde 1h this touched my soul. you're so cool 75 frecklesandmusings 1h Fellow educator here, that warmed my heart. elbmuhdnawen 55m this made me smile ) <p>from r/askmen I had to edit the comments and trim them a bit to fit in one photo because I’m on mobile via /r/wholesomememes <a href="https://ift.tt/2IsQTCi">https://ift.tt/2IsQTCi</a></p>
Dancing, Girls, and Nae Nae: u/caterpillarcraig
 4h
 Men, how have you made a girl
 cr
 435
 511
 Share
 BEST COMMENTS
 bivukaz 2h
 I work with kids in an elementary school
 One day I was standing in front of the
 lunch room, and I had to make the kids
 form a queue in order to enter the lunch
 room. In order to prevent the kids from
 rushing inside all at once, i usually play
 games with them to make them wait.
 Things like rock paper scissors, and other
 silly games.
 That day I was acting like I was the
 bouncer of this very exclusive nightclub
 called: "The Lunch Room" and I asked
 each kid to bust a dance move for me in
 order to get in. Obviously, everyone could
 enter but they had to shake their body a
 little bit.
 All the kids were plaving along, making
 fortnite dances, and other popular moves
 like the dab, the nae nae, etc etc etc...the
 most shy boys could do the robot, and
 the most shy girls could take my hand
 and i would make them spin like ballet
 dancers.
 At one point it was the turn of this shy
 girl, who slowly walked toward me, looked
 at me in the eyes... Then cried
 She was absolutely terrified of doing this
 in front of the other kids and just cried. I
 tried to confort her a little, so I picked her
 up in my arms, and took her hand like we
 were dancing a waltz, then spinned our
 way into the lunchroom
 Later that day she came to see me and
 asking me to dance with her again. I sure
 did. I taught her how to dance the waltz
 (the 3 step thing) and she had a blast.
 Reply 693
 ZipCOde 1h
 this touched my soul. you're so cool
 75
 frecklesandmusings 1h
 Fellow educator here, that warmed
 my heart.
 elbmuhdnawen 55m
 this made me smile )
<p>from r/askmen I had to edit the comments and trim them a bit to fit in one photo because I’m on mobile via /r/wholesomememes <a href="https://ift.tt/2IsQTCi">https://ift.tt/2IsQTCi</a></p>

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Complex, Food, and Head: delladilly do you ever see someone in some quiet intimate moment and suddenly love them so desperately you feel like you're dying air in Us es mrrrl I love seeing grown humans setting about little creative tasks out of boredom and then looking quietly pleased with themselves, like maybe a middle-aged woman on her train home from work manages to make a tower out of empty coffee creamers and gazes at it proudly for a few seconds I love seeing other people make the overblown OOPS I FORGOT SOMETHING performance for no-one that most of us do when we have to turn around in the middle of the pavement. I love seeing stony-faced people in queues unable to contain a smile when a baby looking over its mother's shoulder in front of them locks eyes and does that astonished stare brittajj26 when someone is standing in line and they don't quite dance to the music playing, but you can SEE their head bop and them mouthing the words when someone thinks no one's paying attention and they sing-talk themselves thru a task when they laugh or try to hide a laugh when looking at their phone elodieunderglass when someone does the thing where they enter another space (such as a supermarket aisle) striding with total purpose, then suddenly forget what they're doing/looking for, and stop there looking blank for a millisecond while they reboot. - when people are looking for scissors, in their home or in a store and they make the scissors gesture with their non-dominant hand as an aid to remind them what they're doing when automatic social interactions glitch, like when you tell a waiter that you hope he enjoys his food too, or tell the stranger on the phone that you love them - the hand gesture people make when they're thinking at their computer, not typing, and their elbow rests on the table, and they feel the edge of their fingernail with their thumb. This is such a lovely little gesture and to my knowledge I have never seen it in fiction. You'd think it would come up all the time in fic. - when you're sharing an experience with a complete stranger (like watching a seagull throw up in public, or waiting for a late train) and you make eye contact, and some comment to each other, and then you guys are, like, ALLIES now. Like you would willingly ride to war to save them. You can't make eye contact again, but you are very aware of them , baffling and complex inner - just evidence of other people's rich lives happylilprompts This... I want to see more of this in writing. They're such giving details, I love it. quietnighty "evidence of other people's rich, baffling and complex inner lives" is exactly my very favorite thing to see in writing and media thanks @elodieunderglass and @happylilprompts. Why does realism in storytelling tend to focus on details of pain, fear, or horror and so rarely on these sorts of moments, which are just as universal and real. When did realistic become synonymous with awful, dark, and the abominable "gritty? <p>These little things throughout the day via /r/wholesomememes <a href="https://ift.tt/2LXDYuR">https://ift.tt/2LXDYuR</a></p>
Complex, Food, and Head: delladilly
 do you ever see someone in some quiet intimate moment and
 suddenly love them so desperately you feel like you're dying
 air
 in
 Us
 es
 mrrrl
 I love seeing grown humans setting about little creative tasks out of
 boredom and then looking quietly pleased with themselves, like
 maybe a middle-aged woman on her train home from work manages
 to make a tower out of empty coffee creamers and gazes at it proudly
 for a few seconds
 I love seeing other people make the overblown OOPS I FORGOT
 SOMETHING performance for no-one that most of us do when we
 have to turn around in the middle of the pavement.
 I love seeing stony-faced people in queues unable to contain a smile
 when a baby looking over its mother's shoulder in front of them locks
 eyes and does that astonished stare
 brittajj26
 when someone is standing in line and they don't quite dance to the
 music playing, but you can SEE their head bop and them mouthing
 the words
 when someone thinks no one's paying attention and they sing-talk
 themselves thru a task
 when they laugh or try to hide a laugh when looking at their phone
 elodieunderglass
 when someone does the thing where they enter another space
 (such as a supermarket aisle) striding with total purpose, then
 suddenly forget what they're doing/looking for, and stop there looking
 blank for a millisecond while they reboot.
 - when people are looking for scissors, in their home or in a store
 and they make the scissors gesture with their non-dominant hand as
 an aid to remind them what they're doing
 when automatic social interactions glitch, like when you tell a waiter
 that you hope he enjoys his food too, or tell the stranger on the
 phone that you love them
 - the hand gesture people make when they're thinking at their
 computer, not typing, and their elbow rests on the table, and they feel
 the edge of their fingernail with their thumb. This is such a lovely little
 gesture and to my knowledge I have never seen it in fiction. You'd
 think it would come up all the time in fic.
 - when you're sharing an experience with a complete stranger (like
 watching a seagull throw up in public, or waiting for a late train) and
 you make eye contact, and some comment to each other, and then
 you guys are, like, ALLIES now. Like you would willingly ride to war
 to save them. You can't make eye contact again, but you are very
 aware of them
 , baffling and complex inner
 - just evidence of other people's rich
 lives
 happylilprompts
 This... I want to see more of this in writing. They're such giving
 details, I love it.
 quietnighty
 "evidence of other people's rich, baffling and complex inner
 lives" is exactly my very favorite thing to see in writing and media
 thanks @elodieunderglass and @happylilprompts. Why does
 realism in storytelling tend to focus on details of pain, fear, or horror
 and so rarely on these sorts of moments, which are just as universal
 and real. When did realistic become synonymous with awful, dark,
 and the abominable "gritty?
<p>These little things throughout the day via /r/wholesomememes <a href="https://ift.tt/2LXDYuR">https://ift.tt/2LXDYuR</a></p>

<p>These little things throughout the day via /r/wholesomememes <a href="https://ift.tt/2LXDYuR">https://ift.tt/2LXDYuR</a></p>

Complex, Food, and Head: delladilly do you ever see someone in some quiet intimate moment and suddenly love them so desperately you feel like you're dying air in Us es mrrrl I love seeing grown humans setting about little creative tasks out of boredom and then looking quietly pleased with themselves, like maybe a middle-aged woman on her train home from work manages to make a tower out of empty coffee creamers and gazes at it proudly for a few seconds I love seeing other people make the overblown OOPS I FORGOT SOMETHING performance for no-one that most of us do when we have to turn around in the middle of the pavement. I love seeing stony-faced people in queues unable to contain a smile when a baby looking over its mother's shoulder in front of them locks eyes and does that astonished stare brittajj26 when someone is standing in line and they don't quite dance to the music playing, but you can SEE their head bop and them mouthing the words when someone thinks no one's paying attention and they sing-talk themselves thru a task when they laugh or try to hide a laugh when looking at their phone elodieunderglass when someone does the thing where they enter another space (such as a supermarket aisle) striding with total purpose, then suddenly forget what they're doing/looking for, and stop there looking blank for a millisecond while they reboot. - when people are looking for scissors, in their home or in a store and they make the scissors gesture with their non-dominant hand as an aid to remind them what they're doing when automatic social interactions glitch, like when you tell a waiter that you hope he enjoys his food too, or tell the stranger on the phone that you love them - the hand gesture people make when they're thinking at their computer, not typing, and their elbow rests on the table, and they feel the edge of their fingernail with their thumb. This is such a lovely little gesture and to my knowledge I have never seen it in fiction. You'd think it would come up all the time in fic. - when you're sharing an experience with a complete stranger (like watching a seagull throw up in public, or waiting for a late train) and you make eye contact, and some comment to each other, and then you guys are, like, ALLIES now. Like you would willingly ride to war to save them. You can't make eye contact again, but you are very aware of them , baffling and complex inner - just evidence of other people's rich lives happylilprompts This... I want to see more of this in writing. They're such giving details, I love it. quietnighty "evidence of other people's rich, baffling and complex inner lives" is exactly my very favorite thing to see in writing and media thanks @elodieunderglass and @happylilprompts. Why does realism in storytelling tend to focus on details of pain, fear, or horror and so rarely on these sorts of moments, which are just as universal and real. When did realistic become synonymous with awful, dark, and the abominable "gritty? <p>These little things throughout the day</p>
Complex, Food, and Head: delladilly
 do you ever see someone in some quiet intimate moment and
 suddenly love them so desperately you feel like you're dying
 air
 in
 Us
 es
 mrrrl
 I love seeing grown humans setting about little creative tasks out of
 boredom and then looking quietly pleased with themselves, like
 maybe a middle-aged woman on her train home from work manages
 to make a tower out of empty coffee creamers and gazes at it proudly
 for a few seconds
 I love seeing other people make the overblown OOPS I FORGOT
 SOMETHING performance for no-one that most of us do when we
 have to turn around in the middle of the pavement.
 I love seeing stony-faced people in queues unable to contain a smile
 when a baby looking over its mother's shoulder in front of them locks
 eyes and does that astonished stare
 brittajj26
 when someone is standing in line and they don't quite dance to the
 music playing, but you can SEE their head bop and them mouthing
 the words
 when someone thinks no one's paying attention and they sing-talk
 themselves thru a task
 when they laugh or try to hide a laugh when looking at their phone
 elodieunderglass
 when someone does the thing where they enter another space
 (such as a supermarket aisle) striding with total purpose, then
 suddenly forget what they're doing/looking for, and stop there looking
 blank for a millisecond while they reboot.
 - when people are looking for scissors, in their home or in a store
 and they make the scissors gesture with their non-dominant hand as
 an aid to remind them what they're doing
 when automatic social interactions glitch, like when you tell a waiter
 that you hope he enjoys his food too, or tell the stranger on the
 phone that you love them
 - the hand gesture people make when they're thinking at their
 computer, not typing, and their elbow rests on the table, and they feel
 the edge of their fingernail with their thumb. This is such a lovely little
 gesture and to my knowledge I have never seen it in fiction. You'd
 think it would come up all the time in fic.
 - when you're sharing an experience with a complete stranger (like
 watching a seagull throw up in public, or waiting for a late train) and
 you make eye contact, and some comment to each other, and then
 you guys are, like, ALLIES now. Like you would willingly ride to war
 to save them. You can't make eye contact again, but you are very
 aware of them
 , baffling and complex inner
 - just evidence of other people's rich
 lives
 happylilprompts
 This... I want to see more of this in writing. They're such giving
 details, I love it.
 quietnighty
 "evidence of other people's rich, baffling and complex inner
 lives" is exactly my very favorite thing to see in writing and media
 thanks @elodieunderglass and @happylilprompts. Why does
 realism in storytelling tend to focus on details of pain, fear, or horror
 and so rarely on these sorts of moments, which are just as universal
 and real. When did realistic become synonymous with awful, dark,
 and the abominable "gritty?
<p>These little things throughout the day</p>

<p>These little things throughout the day</p>

Anaconda, Crying, and Dancing: DRAWING PROMPTS: INTERACTIONS DRAW TWO CHARACTERS 1. Racing each other 2. Arguing with each other 27. Playing tug-of-war with each other 52. One feeding the other 3. Walking together 4. Hugging each other 5. Eating together 6. Taking a photo together 31. Studying together 7. Shopping together 8. Laughing together 9. High-fiving each other 10. Dancing together 11. Watching a movie together 36. Playing tag with each other 12. Singing together 13. Playing charades together 38. Rowing a boat together 14. Reading together 15. Waiting together 16. Staring at each other 17. Exercising together 18. Napping together 19. Texting each other 29. Comparing heights with each other 51. One pouring the other a drink 76. One teaching the other 77. One surprising the other 28. Shaking hands with each other 29. Playing a sport together 30. Panicking together 53. One throwing something at the other78. One pranking the other 54. One pushing the other 55. One pulling the other 56. One dragging the other 57. One watching the other 58. One sitting on the other 59. One giving a piggy back ride to the other 84. One slapping the other 60. One putting makeup on the other 61. One dumping water on the other 62. One taking a photo of the other 63. One leaning on the other 64. One holding the other up 65. One holding the other back 66. One helping the other up 67. One washing dishes, other drying 68. One on a swing, other pushing thenm 69. One scaring the other 70. One falling, other catching them 71. One jumping over the other 72. One getting the other's attention 73. One judging the other 74. One fixing the other's appearance 75. One hiding behind the other 79. One blocking the other 80. One clinging to the other 81. One lecturing the other 82. One driving, other passenger 83. One drawing the other 32. Playing video games together 33. Cooking together 34. Putting a jigsaw puzzle together 35. Playing hide-and-seek together 85. One giving a gift to the other 86. One chasing the other 87. One punching the other 88. One kicking the other 89. One listening to the other 90. One holding the other 91. One singing to the other 92. One sharing with the other 93. One stealing from the other 94. One whispering to the other 95. One tackling the other 96. One ignoring the other 97. One poking the other 98. One kissing the other 99. One protecting the other 37. Wrestling each other 39. Pushing something together 40. Pulling something together 41. Lifting something together 42. Building something together 43. Crying together 44. One laughing at the other 45. One comforting the other 46. One bandaging the other 47. One carrying the other 20. Playing catch together 21. Baking a cake together 22. Cleaning together 23. Playing leapfrog together 48. One supporting the other 24. Sharing an umbrella 25. Playing rock-paper-scissors 50. One helping the other 49. One begging the other 100. One mimicking the other salison.tumblr.com <p><a href="https://salison.tumblr.com/post/173495961931/100-character-interaction-ideas-to-help-hone-your" class="tumblr_blog" target="_blank">salison</a>:</p><blockquote><p><b>100 character interaction ideas</b> to help hone your posing skills. These require two characters, but you can also grab a friend to draw the other one!<br/></p></blockquote>
Anaconda, Crying, and Dancing: DRAWING PROMPTS:
 INTERACTIONS
 DRAW TWO CHARACTERS
 1. Racing each other
 2. Arguing with each other 27. Playing tug-of-war with each other 52. One feeding the other
 3. Walking together
 4. Hugging each other
 5. Eating together
 6. Taking a photo together 31. Studying together
 7. Shopping together
 8. Laughing together
 9. High-fiving each other
 10. Dancing together
 11. Watching a movie together 36. Playing tag with each other
 12. Singing together
 13. Playing charades together 38. Rowing a boat together
 14. Reading together
 15. Waiting together
 16. Staring at each other
 17. Exercising together
 18. Napping together
 19. Texting each other
 29. Comparing heights with each other 51. One pouring the other a drink
 76. One teaching the other
 77. One surprising the other
 28. Shaking hands with each other
 29. Playing a sport together
 30. Panicking together
 53. One throwing something at the other78. One pranking the other
 54. One pushing the other
 55. One pulling the other
 56. One dragging the other
 57. One watching the other
 58. One sitting on the other
 59. One giving a piggy back ride to the other 84. One slapping the other
 60. One putting makeup on the other
 61. One dumping water on the other
 62. One taking a photo of the other
 63. One leaning on the other
 64. One holding the other up
 65. One holding the other back
 66. One helping the other up
 67. One washing dishes, other drying
 68. One on a swing, other pushing thenm
 69. One scaring the other
 70. One falling, other catching them
 71. One jumping over the other
 72. One getting the other's attention
 73. One judging the other
 74. One fixing the other's appearance
 75. One hiding behind the other
 79. One blocking the other
 80. One clinging to the other
 81. One lecturing the other
 82. One driving, other passenger
 83. One drawing the other
 32. Playing video games together
 33. Cooking together
 34. Putting a jigsaw puzzle together
 35. Playing hide-and-seek together
 85. One giving a gift to the other
 86. One chasing the other
 87. One punching the other
 88. One kicking the other
 89. One listening to the other
 90. One holding the other
 91. One singing to the other
 92. One sharing with the other
 93. One stealing from the other
 94. One whispering to the other
 95. One tackling the other
 96. One ignoring the other
 97. One poking the other
 98. One kissing the other
 99. One protecting the other
 37. Wrestling each other
 39. Pushing something together
 40. Pulling something together
 41. Lifting something together
 42. Building something together
 43. Crying together
 44. One laughing at the other
 45. One comforting the other
 46. One bandaging the other
 47. One carrying the other
 20. Playing catch together
 21. Baking a cake together
 22. Cleaning together
 23. Playing leapfrog together 48. One supporting the other
 24. Sharing an umbrella
 25. Playing rock-paper-scissors 50. One helping the other
 49. One begging the other
 100. One mimicking the other
 salison.tumblr.com
<p><a href="https://salison.tumblr.com/post/173495961931/100-character-interaction-ideas-to-help-hone-your" class="tumblr_blog" target="_blank">salison</a>:</p><blockquote><p><b>100 character interaction ideas</b> to help hone your posing skills. These require two characters, but you can also grab a friend to draw the other one!<br/></p></blockquote>

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