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Holy shit, I actually dreamt an amazing game concept and I only just realized it





no one has a crush on me. i am too strong to be crushed



tenzin/lin history was so weird and unappealing to me before because I was trying to imagine both of their present day personalities together, but the season 3 backstory stuff for lin it made everything make so much sense since she was a gigantic nerd baby and it would just be two gigantic nerd babies like We Are Adults In A Mature Relationship.  

So just playing around with how they’d act and I love everything about the whole love triangle thing too, like I guess what little we know about it let’s me fill in my own details and it would just be such a sadistically  entertaining situation and really nice character development for three characters I really enjoy.


that girl you just called fat? who cares about her backstory, you just shouldn’t be a dick to people
like do we really need a tragic story to get people to stop being mean to each other wtf



When you are struggling with an exam.




A selection of Backgrounds from the Steven Universe episode: “Tiger Millionaire”

Art Direction: Kevin Dart

Design: Steven Sugar

Paint: Amanda Winterstein

‘Come and Get Your Love’ by RedboneFrom the intergalactic mixtape of Awesome Mix Vol. 1. #GuardiansOfTheGalaxy #FeelGood

‘Come and Get Your Love’ by Redbone
From the intergalactic mixtape of Awesome Mix Vol. 1. #GuardiansOfTheGalaxy #FeelGood

gurl i ships us

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In short succession I watched both “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” and “Guardians of the Galaxy”. both were pretty damn cool.

Apefilm (because writing that stupid movie titile is stupid) was a good sequel to earlier Apefilm, which was a pretty great prequel to even earlier Apefilm. 

The Apefilm is clearly centered around the idea of two figures who want peace for their family and their people, but in each camp there are those who are dangerous. I just remembered an angry chimp riding horseback holding two huge guns. It didn’t make me laugh, it was horrifying. The war was terrible, like real wars are. I liked that. No one truly won, everyone lost. I liked that. It’s also really, really pretty. 

Guardians was just all-round fun. It felt way less serious than most of the Marvel movies and it did just fine. The music was unique for the setting, yet very fitting, the actors were all top notch, I was particularly impressed with the big guy Drax. The action and humour came together pretty well, especially since every character had it’s dark past.

Honestly, in both movies the female characters could’ve used more depth. Especially Apefilm. I guess Gamora had way more characterization than all female characters in apefilm put together, but it still felt kinda forced…

…wait, hold up. I can’t remember if Gamora and Peter kissed after all. I really don’t. I guess they didn’t. That’s so good! Now that I think of it, they cam together as a team the most, which was the whole point of the first movie. 

What should I watch next?



People say they don’t want the same every time, but they do. They really, really do.




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Love is creepy.


I dunno that sounds like true love to me.

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