Feb. 28th, 2017

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video game creators: it’s a wonderful time in history where games bring people together! multiplayer is in demand and the way of the future! co-op is the only way to go!

me: i’m begging you…….. please…….. give me back my story-driven single player games……………
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when u accidently type me instead of my 

accidentally typing “yeha” instead of “yeah”
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Damn, Target, who passed you the salt?

Our birthday never gets celebrated so why should anyone else be celebrated?

OH SHIT.

Target is about to be the main antagonist y'all

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“Everyone thinks he’s mentally ill but he actually just has superpowers.”

Okay, but like, what if both? Can we get a superhero with a mental illness depicted in a nominally positive way? That’s not just a cheap plot twist? Is that really too much to ask?

And not the whole “I’m psychotic and I could lose control of my powers at any moment” shit. I’m sick of that.

How about “I’m psychotic, but my telepathy helps a lot. If I think I’m hallucinating, my friends can let me see what they see and hear what they hear to keep me grounded in reality.”

Or you know, maybe someone whose mental illness and superpowers are unrelated. A speedster with depression who knows they /could/ clean their apartment in under four seconds, but would rather just watch Netflix and eat chocolate. A super strong hero who also has ocd and keeps rearranging their furniture, and sure it’s physically easy, but it’s still a pain.

Like, literally just in the few minutes it took me to write this post, I probably already came up with a good 30 character concepts. It’s not that hard, as long as you like, you know, think of mentally ill people as people and not plot devices.

“think of mentally ill people as people and not plot devices”
Yes please!
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just saw someone use the phrase “and then the kinkshaming started rolling in” which makes me think of a humble kink farmer, chewing on a piece of hay, cupping a hand over his eyes to see a storm of angry kinkshamers brewing on the horizon and saying “better hide the fursuits, boys, it’s gonna be a big one”

Are you kinkshaming furries rn
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a chunky boy REDUCED
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Did anyone notice how quickly the internet turned into a Lovecraftian horror scenario?

Like we’ve got this dimension right next to ours, that extends across the entire planet, and it is just brimming with nightmares. We have spambots, viruses, ransomware, this endless legion of malevolent entities that are blindly probing us for weaknesses, seeking only to corrupt, to thieve, to destroy.

Add onto that the corrupted ones themselves, humans who’ve abandoned morality and given up faces to hunt other people, jeering them, lashing out, seeing how easy it is to kill something you can’t touch or see or smell. They’ll corrupt anything they think could be a vessel for their message and they’ll jabber madly at any who question them. Their chittering haunts every corner of the internet. They are not unlike the spambots in some ways.

Add on top of that the arcane magisters, who are forever working at the cracks between our world and the world we made. Some of them do it for fun, some of them do it for wealth, others do it for the power of nations unwise enough to trust them. There are mages who work to defend against this particular evil, but they are mad prophets, and their advice is almost never heeded, even by those who keep them as protection.

All people know several spells to use the internet. Facebook asks you for the magic words to log in, so does your email, so does your twitter and on and on. The spells are words or a gesture with the hand, some use the colour of your eyes, or the shape of your finger. Our chief of security joked about requiring users to give a drop of blood before they could log in. Many do not understand the humour of mages.

The cracks between the two are breaking. IP cameras filled our world with eyes and the magisters learned how to open almost all of them. We all carry magic slabs of glass that if you hold it up to your ear can sing to you with a loved one’s voice, but if you look at it with your eyes, can show you a corrupted human with bleeding orange skin scream the profane with a thousand voices. The other day I saw someone hack a moving vehicle. At one point they made it stop. At another they made it so it couldn’t stop. Some of our best and brightest are going to create an army of four winged bats hovering throughout every city and we are going to connect them directly to the dimension where the nightmares live.

I’m not saying it’s all bad, but I am saying Cthulhu lies deathless dreaming in this web we built him and he is waking up.

IA IA cthulu
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George W. Bush speaks out against Trump’s war with the media, travel ban and Islamophobia
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*accidentaly vents to friend* great now i can never speak to them again
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am i too late to share my favorites (part 1)

warning for loud noises

humans can be so cute and funny and i love them
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it’s impossible to  objectively describe what soup is

cereal with milk

i mean but soup can have solids in it too (veggies, meat, potato……)

why isn’t cereal a soup

ok this is actually the best answer i’ve ever gotten and i’ve been joking about this with people for y ears but

milk soup

some soups are served cold

sweet soups exist

good definition, but it technically does still include cereal

what if cereal…. IS soup

CEREAL IS SOUP

this definition technically includes like….pudding and yogurt too, tho, i think

they said “much of the time.” there are also soups that don’t contain any of those things, e.g.:

soups that are broth only

soups that only contain noodles

matzo ball soup 

soup contains water. there ain’t no water in fuckn cereal

Milk is approximately 87% water

If I may play devils advocate, cereal could also be considered a salad, with the dry cereal being the main meal, and the milk being a dressing or condiment.Before yall wanna talk about how salads only consist of vegetables, may I remind you of fruit salad, potato salad, pasta salad, bean salad, and the ugly cousin, jello salad.

yeah well my body is 60% water but u don’t see me chillin in a bowl with some carrots u feel

So, hot cereals (oatmeal, cream of wheat, etc) are forms of porridge, ie grains cooked in either a milk or water preparation. Lexically, porridge derives from pottage, which is unquestionably a soup.

Cold cereal is trickier as it has no stage of being cooked in the liquid prior to being served, nor is the liquid cooked beforehand the way most soup broths are (pasteurization is a technically different process from my understanding; I’m also not getting into the hairy subject of the preparation of milk substitutes).

I mean, it’s weird to think of cereal as a soup, but I’m not going to state for sure it isn’t.

Cereal is absolutely a soup.  A weird, lazy breakfast soup.

Theoretically, you could argue that the time of day the food is consumed is the key.  I don’t think there are any breakfast soups that aren’t cereal or porridge.  

Pho is traditionally a breakfast food, I think. And some people drink broth in the morning instead of tea or coffee.

How about the popularity of a bowl of soup being served before actual lunch? Makes zero sense to me. I call soups ‘uppity vegetable tea’ in fits of hungry pique. 

I think that’s because liquid is very filling, so it’s good for tiding you over even when it’s not calorically dense.

I love these kinds of debates, they always lead to “if a man is a featherless biped, then a plucked chicken is a man” kinds of moments.Also, vsauce had an episode about this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9ak89FwYeI

I’m just reading through this and now I’m wondering if soup is even real or if it’s just been a figment of my imagination for my whole life.

soup is a social construct

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Soup Discourse
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After 11 years of wondering if Turkish Delight is good enough to sell out my family I finally made some

so..is it?

well if i was a 10 year old in 1940 during world war ii when there was sugar rationing and i had been sent away to some stranger’s house with my siblings who (particularly the elder 2) were being real jerks and i had no idea that the seemingly kind lady offering the turkish delight was the literal embodiment of evil™ who would kill my family and myself once she no longer had any use for us then yeah i would do it

do not get amanda started on edmund and turkish delight oh my god
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I know this is probably a bit too late, but I had this idea an hour ago and had to do it.
Lolita Valentines ♥
Feel free to use them for your special someone or your friends uvu

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La La Land: *wins the oscar*Moonlight:
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there is a really fucking suspect noise going down in the library and it sounds like muffled porn sounds and all the students are just looking around suspiciously at each other trying to figure out who’s got the dirt like

UPDATE: it wasn’t porn. turns out it is a very upset pigeon stuck in the air shaft in the ceiling.
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there is one rat for every person in new york city

if you live in new york city then one day, when you die, your personal rat will appear and lead you to the underworld 
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Loving yourself is not (necessarily):

Thinking you’re gorgeous

Not wanting to change anything about your body, personality, or life

Loving yourself is:

Knowing you have inherent worth regardless of your physical appearance or life circumstance

Knowing you deserve good things

Wanting to take care of yourself because you deserve good things
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legit every single time i like a mutual’s personal post i think of this
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A Real Hero

This is some John Henry shit right here.

wow

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note to self: just because someone did the thing you were thinking about doing, and did it way better than you could ever hope to do, doesn’t mean it would be stupid or pointless to go ahead and try to still do the thing anyway. 

Also, when it comes to creative things? There really is no “better”.

Sure, someone might be more technically accomplished than you - you might not be able to colour as nicely or craft a sentence that rings as poetically - but art is only really secondarily about that. It’s firstmost about what you, uniquely, have to express, and how the precise way you express it might be what others need to relate to it - even if it’s less flashy, less “beautiful”, and gets fewer notes.

I promise you this: there are obscure fanfics with only a handful of notes that are the read-and-re-read favourites of someone too anxious to comment. There are drawings done by 14-year-olds in poorly-blended markers that are someone’s favourite because they spoke to something that nothing else did. There are covers of songs where your voice cracks and you cringe every time you hear it but someone thinks the way it cracked just at that moment added beauty to the song. There are angsty three-line poems you wrote at 4am that someone once called “pretentious emo trash” that are loved by someone else going through the same thing as you.

And I guarantee you, there is something unique about your art. Even if you’re “saying something someone else has said”. Even if you’re the thousandth person to take on the subject. Even if you feel like you’re not at all unique. You’re bound to express something, however subtle, that didn’t exist until then.

Art is about connection. And the more you create, the more chance you have of finding other people who experience the world the way you do.

“But the one thing that you have that nobody else has is you. Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. So write and draw and build and play and dance and live as only you can.“ via @neil-gaiman

The “two cakes” theory of content production. 

It was only yesterday that I was lamenting thing I no longer felt allowed to do because someone had done similar.  

I ought to read this post daily.  Maybe twice daily.
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worth noting:

- It was a pack of 15 people driving cars/trucks decked out in confederate flags, banners, and US flags. All 15 are being brought to justice, and this is just the latest news on the whole debaucle.- They did this in a predominately black neighborhood. - The caravan passed a public park, and these two schmucks decided to take a detour over to a group of people having an outing there.- These people were a black family having a birthday party for their kids- The witness concensus of what they did when harassing the party was “yelling racial slurs and displaying a crowbar, a knife and either a rifle or a shotgun". - Threatening the lives of children likely earned some brownie points with the judge and lengthened their sentences.- Georgia has some strict laws regarding gang activity, which applied to a large group of armed individuals actively setting out to harass a community with very openly racist motivation.- On top of the sentence, these two are also banished from the county this incident occurred in. This means they’ll also have to sell or give up property they own.- I’m seeing a lot of people try to argue this is unjust because they have the right to ‘freedom of speech’, but I hope that’s just because these people defending it haven’t read any of the details, just these shitty “confederate flag incident” titles that don’t exactly explain someone leaned out of a truck with a large weapon and shouted terrifying things at children. This is not freedom of speech, it is domestic terrorism, and was labeled as such by the police.
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people: filled with sin
dirt: filled with worms ( a good and righteous thing)

this post seems like catholic peasant shitposting from the year 1100
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Found this old pupper wandering the streets and I returned him to his home, he brought me his ducky as a thank you (Source: http://ift.tt/2lYds7I)
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Geez… I’m sure glad we dodged THAT bullet.
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Anyway I’m not actually here but… please stop calling Trump hotels to complain or protest or troll or whatever. Very few of the major hotels in the US actually take calls through their front desk, usually when you google a hotel’s phone number to book a reservation you’re actually getting a number that forwards you to an offsite call center. So when you call you’re not getting someone with an actual connection to Trump’s companies and can’t direct you to someone who does. You’re just being a dick to some poor person in Texas working minimum wage :\

Source: My best friend who has been ranting to me for the past month about how many people have called their very Black ass a nazi and other nasty shit because they wanted to be halfway bad and feel like they made a difference when they really didn’t protest nothing or do anything worth any real value.
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i dont even interpret “uwu” as a smiley i just read it as “oo woo”
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@sinfuldesires-z omg

I’m going to think this way for a while.

I’m going to stop selling myself short.

^^

This is why when people go “oh hey wanna look at my art? I MEAN IT’S SO BAD I DID SUCH A TERRIBLE JOB” my first instinct is to just tell them “nah, I’m good”I really hate self-deprecation. It does you no good. It does me no good. Stop it.

I find it really interesting and a bit relieving that people are identifiying with the boy in this image set and not making the typical niceguy comments.

You’ll be happy to know that there’s more to this than what’s been shown here; behold!

: 3

@imuffinator

#Awww#this scene is 10x cuter ;-;#thanks Ren

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Hey guys! I want to follow more people so please reblog this post and I’ll check out your blog.
- yuri on ice
- final fantasy xv
- gaming
- the hobbit / lord of the rings
- harry potter
- the walking dead
- nature
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- marvel
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you don’t have to follow back, but it would be appreciated.

I post a lot of different stuff so it’s cool if you aren’t interested, but I do post Harry Potter and art/books/gaming and Yuri on Ice
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the era of the PS2 was truly the golden age of gaming honestly
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let monster women look monstrous u fucking cowards
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Fun FMA manga fact:

This isn’t mentioned in Brotherhood, but the reason Roy and Riza came to Resembool scouting out the Elrics is because someone fucked up the ages on Ed and Al’s file.

Literally Roy and Riza are riding in the back of some horse-drawn carriage into Resembool chatting with the driver like “yes we’ve heard rumors of two alchemist brothers here, Ed and Al Elric ages 31 and 30 respectively. Do you know where they live?” And the driver pretty much answers with “lol what? Those kids are like 10.”

Except now Roy and Riza are already THERE so they decide “Fuck it. Let’s pay a visit anyway.”

So everything that went down in the series is thanks to some mysterious fuck up in the Amestrian Intelligence Department and I salute that person.

Bonus: He buries his goddamn face in the document at the end, like staring at it closer might make it less wrong.

roy’s reaction is literally

Spot the difference
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