Joined Mar 23, 2011 at 11:28PM EDT
Tumblr user, TF2 fan
Derives continual enjoyment from the copious display of labcoats on this website
If I were Nintendo, I think I’d be too embarrassed to claim it had any resemblance or connection to my work.
Uploaded an image to Peanut Butter Jelly Time.
• Avoid arguments/controversy like the plague. There is such a prevalent, volatile “witch hunt” mentality that can instantly ruin individuals over little things (e.g. mass bullying/hate mail/doxxing by someone with an army who thinks you are wrong). It’s not right, but it’s really not worth it. Random people crawl out of the woodwork to “teach you a lesson” and take things at face value without context or humor.
• Once you post something, you can’t take it back. Goes for the Internet at large, but double for Tumblr since it’s designed around spreading copies around. Sign your art, proofread your text, think ahead.
• Be picky about the company you keep. The people you follow are pretty huge gatekeepers of what side of Tumblr you see. Keep a sharp eye out and cut loose anyone on a train to crazytown, because they can take a toll on your own mind and mood.
• Using Tumblr Savior to block bad content isn’t being a coward or making you miss out on much. It saves time and sanity.
• Stay skeptical. Tumblr is a cesspool of misinformation and extremism, sometimes to a cultish degree. People there love to take stuff that sounds right and noble on the surface, twist it beyond recognition, and use it to justify self-centered attitudes. (These practices have severely damaged my faith in a lot of legit causes they claim to support.)
‘’Nobody has shown any evidence of the president having fallen down because that did not happen. The hump on which the president tripped was formed by two pieces of the carpet which apparently had not been laid out properly where they joined. And to be honest with you, even Jesus, let alone you, would have also tripped in that kind of situation."
= “The photo you’re looking at right now is a figment of your imagination, because him falling didn’t actually happen. It happened because…”
Oh maaan. I remember the hushed gossiping around the computers in my school library about a new website where you could bet on who would bite the dust next, how unsettling it was, and how it might encourage people to commit murders to win. I feel like some of the teachers even might have been involved in those discussions.
Release date checks out. Thanks for the nostalgia. …Reminds me I should maybe try picking up a good book again.
Props to OP for the many source links. I fixed them so they’re clickable. :)
Deport them…from the planet
Uploaded an image to SuperWhoLock.
I’m imagining someone with a disfigured hand glitching in and out of reality saying hi to Don, and Don just kind of backing away slowly.
I love how the guy is calmly saying WTF as his face is exploding with blood
At least it was very clear on what it was about. It said there would be buttcrack, and there was indeed buttcrack. A true clickbait title would have pulled a Schrödinger’s buttcrack and made you have to guess if there was or was not a buttcrack until you actually clicked to find out.
It’s already been edited though. The X was originally a manji (backwards “good” swastika).
In Japan, it’s more acceptable to show young boys being dumb and running around naked with their tiny little nubs of crudely-drawn junk on display, since it’s just about kids being kids. They’ve had to edit undies onto Ash a few times before shipping it out, because over here we’re not quite so chill about peens in our kid shows.
Especially not your Gibus.
I don’t think I want to trust Nobody, if he’s just gonna stab me in the eye.
Put the image URL between two exclamation points, no spaces.
More info here
^The carp’s reaction to the incident
See more on what now?
(correct word is bated)
I put the link up in the notes for you. I just came here from that link and I’m glad someone already posted this so I didn’t have to :) /lazy
So you know, you can link stuff on KYM by putting the link text in quotes (") immediately followed by a colon and then the URL. As seen in the textbox on this page: http://txstyle.org/doc/12/links
I once owned a speaker system where if you pressed rewind, it would fast forward, and vice versa. I was filled with why.
I also had a handheld portable tape player that could only fast forward, and if you wanted to rewind, you had to take the tape out, flip it, put it back in, fast forward, then take it back out and flip it again and put it back.
I am so glad we don’t have to deal with any of that anymore.
You don’t have to be a foot fetishist to appreciate someone with nice legs wearing some high socks (and requisite short skirt/shorts/whatever) that complement them.