spookygeiszlers:

Just saw a girl in high heels long boarding to class. Godspeed, my queen.

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sonnetstockmar:

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viking-pony:

my friend made an interesting point about skyrim

the only beverages in skyrim are alcoholic

maybe there is no magic, or dragons, or anything

maybe everyone is just drunk off their ass

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maxeth:

Leaked Azir Login Screen Theme from PBE

I DONT KNOW WHAT I WAS EXPECTING 

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postwhitesociety:

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killer-squirtle said: What did Jontron do this time? =/

panther-caroso:

tim schafer, founder of double fine studios, which made gems like psychonauts, grim fandango, brutal legend, the secret of monkey island and other great games posted a tweet with a link to a video talking about violence against women in video games.

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(here’s a link to the video, very well thought out and it makes amazing points.)

jon jafari, who is following tim on twitter, decided he wasn’t happy watching a video that had comments disabled that talked about such a sensitive topic, and decided to make his opinion very well known.

and then as jon’s voracious fanboys were attacking mr. tim schafer on twitter, telling him to kill himself since he’s “outlived his welcome”, jon decides to send this tweet in:

which not only spurned his fanbase on to send hatemail towards tim, but also made tim out to be the bad guy in this conversation.

which he absolutely wasn’t.


therudestbuddhist:

don’t fucking tell me that my talent is a “blessing” or a “gift.”  it wasn’t given to me at all.  i got to where i am today because i picked up a crayon in kindergarten and i haven’t put it down for 20 fucking years, not because some supernatural entity decided to sprinkle a little magic talent dust into my dna

friendly reminder that people of various faiths, whatever they may be, do NOT say this to devalue your hard work or gloss over the fact you bust ass everyday for what you want in life. in fact it’s for when you feel insecure and question your dream, when you lack confidence, or feel lost along the way, some people like having that reassurance because that’s how they view their lives. If you don’t like it, fine, but don’t be an asshole when the person saying it is only encouraging and trying t lift you up.

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