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balencia:

king-of-vagabonds:

themastersslashersmile:

captainamerica-in-middle-earth:

child-of-the-fandoms:

lumos5001:

2pookyfox666:

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whovians get your ass over here homestruck are beating us

Whovians win

they only win because their timeline is fixated in a complicated way.

Homestuck’s timeline is based off the sessions and time spent on earth/alternia.

let’s look at paradox clones, shall we?

also,

another timeline

As an avid Whovian and Homestuck I can confirm that Homestuck’s timeline is far more complex, but it follows at least 12 different universes and the internal temporal travel between each individual one and the external dimension hopping travel to get from one universe to another.

tl;dr: Homestuck wins the “Most complex time line” award.

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thethespacecoyote:

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can you believe there are people out there who don’t think John is frustratingly adorable

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Reblogged from tiredestprincess
tiredestprincess:

"why do you want to take a picture of that store" - my mom

tiredestprincess:

"why do you want to take a picture of that store" - my mom

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karsinspace:

probably-a-succubus:

slimydad:

glitterpotato:

misandry-mermaid:

kyian:

On today’s edition of “Unnecessarily Gendered Products”

Girls can’t wear sunglasses. SCIENCE

are you fucking kidding me i am SO PUMPED FOR PRINCESS FUCKIN GOLDFISH

well
as much as I am against unnecessarily gendered products
this doesn’t say it’s for girls anywhere, and the other doesn’t say it’s for boys
you’re kinda just„. assuming one is specifically for girls because it’s pink and has a princess theme

so YOURE THE ONE PERPETRATING STEREOTYPES

I’m gonna buy me some Princess Goldfish.
Is there a difference between them, though?

karsinspace:

probably-a-succubus:

slimydad:

glitterpotato:

misandry-mermaid:

kyian:

On today’s edition of “Unnecessarily Gendered Products”

Girls can’t wear sunglasses. SCIENCE

are you fucking kidding me i am SO PUMPED FOR PRINCESS FUCKIN GOLDFISH

well

as much as I am against unnecessarily gendered products

this doesn’t say it’s for girls anywhere, and the other doesn’t say it’s for boys

you’re kinda just„. assuming one is specifically for girls because it’s pink and has a princess theme

so YOURE THE ONE PERPETRATING STEREOTYPES

I’m gonna buy me some Princess Goldfish.

Is there a difference between them, though?

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Reblogged from tf2positivityproject
tf2positivityproject:

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Months before the game became F2P, a friend let me use his account to try out the game and see if I wanted to buy it. I played as Medic and sucked since I’d never played a FPS before, and soon after I got motion sick and had to take it slow. I don’t remember who were the guys I was playing with, but they were all super nice and understanding of my situation, giving me tips and thanks and telling me to rest if I got worse.

After that time, I tried to keep playing, but couldn’t last more than 20 minutes before nausea hit me (and I one time I was so stubborn I almost threw up). Later I found that when I play FPS I have what is called simulator sickness. I tried to mitigate it with ginger, changing the settings of games, dimming the screen and playing for short periods, but my tolerance has barely improved, so I stopped trying.

Yet, despite my circumstances, I keep up with all of TF2’s supplemental material, check the fandom very often and consider myself a fan. When I tell people why I don’t play the game, they all understand. My “cred” as a fan has never been questioned. I never had to prove that I am a legit fan.

And that means a lot to me. Thank you, TF2.’
                                                    -anonymous

tf2positivityproject:

’-

Months before the game became F2P, a friend let me use his account to try out the game and see if I wanted to buy it. I played as Medic and sucked since I’d never played a FPS before, and soon after I got motion sick and had to take it slow. I don’t remember who were the guys I was playing with, but they were all super nice and understanding of my situation, giving me tips and thanks and telling me to rest if I got worse.

After that time, I tried to keep playing, but couldn’t last more than 20 minutes before nausea hit me (and I one time I was so stubborn I almost threw up). Later I found that when I play FPS I have what is called simulator sickness. I tried to mitigate it with ginger, changing the settings of games, dimming the screen and playing for short periods, but my tolerance has barely improved, so I stopped trying.

Yet, despite my circumstances, I keep up with all of TF2’s supplemental material, check the fandom very often and consider myself a fan. When I tell people why I don’t play the game, they all understand. My “cred” as a fan has never been questioned. I never had to prove that I am a legit fan.

And that means a lot to me. Thank you, TF2.’

                                                    -anonymous

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puddletumbles:

wallyedge:

whatificantf0rgety0uu:

Ugh this is annoying

The fork pissed me off so much.

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bamfneblake:

Dracula asks the important questions.

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misscherrylikesitdirty:

I think I might have broken my finger reblogging this. 

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