Location: United States
Joined Jun 03, 2012 at 11:19AM EDT
God dammit I remember this game, I would always get stuck at the small tornado dust devil thingy and not know how to get past it.
A guy’s gotta have standards, I guess
How meta can you get?
Move along, people.
…. I hope people know the show discussing this subject is a satire show…
Or you could be one of those couples that stays in a relationship forever and just never gets married but never breaks up
I actually find this one very strangely cute. I mean, at least it’s positive.
Because the views of a fictional character always perfectly represent the views of the writer.
Also, the quote says “everypony”, as in a gender and age neutral pronoun.
None of the tattoo actually went over his eye, most of it was on his brow and cheek bones, so it was just as safe as any other tattoo. It’s still a dumbass tattoo, but it’s a safe dumbass tattoo.
This looks more like it was done in pen rather than with a tattoo machine…
The sad thing is my friends and I pull this kind of thing with plenty of different shows (we don’t do the scoring though)
“Watch the entirety of American Horror Story in one day? What could possibly go wrong!?”
Security cameras in the classrooms? Jeez, and the people in my school bitched when there were security cameras installed in just the hallways.
One way you know he does not intend on keeping and/or eating the fish: There is no cooler next to him nor anything else where he could store the fish he catches.
Fucking. Skin. Colored. Coats. Gah.
Also sometimes parties just suck
Alright, Tumblr, you’re officially on my shit list ;_;
Are none of us going to mention the bizarre picture of the blond man with the crown in the upper right corner?
If I remember my Japanese honorifics correctly (and with a little brushing up on wikipedia), “kun” is usually used on people that are of lower status or age, and is also used among friends and relatives. “Chan” is strictly a term of endearment, mainly aimed towards infants, children, teenagers and grandparents. In other occasions it would be used on someone who is very close to you on a personal level. Misusing this honorific on a superior is very rude and condescending. “San” is the most commonly used honorific, especially in professional settings because it is very similar to using “Mr.”, “Mrs.”, “Miss”, or “Ms.” in the English language. Basically it’s safe to use this one on anyone that shares mutual respect with you. Sorry if I went a little overboard with the explaining but I hope it helped.
Oh, so you mean walking onto my college campus
You know, I kinda liked that the comments can now be longer because character limits are a bitch. But it’s been only a day and the community has already imploded on itself.
Bless his soul
Man this reference came at just about the perfect time, considering I had just rebooted my teen titans craze when I read this issue
Don’t let them see you cry…
/Heart jumps for joy/