imagine a video game where you create a hero whose destiny is to save everyone, but throughout the game you start making harder and more questionable decisions, and the game gets darker and darker. and in the end you’re just standing there, clutching the controller and finally realizing you were playing the villain all along
HOLY SHIT YES.
FUCK nintendo (opens my wallet) i CANNOT believe they’re selling this shit (pulls out $150) an entirely new fucking console that’s exactly like the old one (gives money to cashier) all it is is a new fucking button the 3ds doesnt have (goes home with my new 3ds ll) this is fucking bullshit god damn it (buys and plays all the games that come out for it) fuck nintendo
at my school there’s an english teacher and an american teacher and they always glare at each other and when they pass each other in the hallway the american teacher will say ‘good show governor’ or something and the english teacher will say ‘god bless the land of the free’ and both in terrible accents and like the whole school ships it
when i first read this i thought to myself, what school teaches american as a subject?
Nintendo DS’s law is the observation that, as soon as you finally decide on and buy a DS, Nintendo will come out with a new and better model that you want more.
movies about bi women
movies about lesbians
movies about lesbians who used to ID as bi
movies about bi women who used to ID as lesbian
movies about women who don’t fuck men
movies about women who don’t love men
movies about bi women specifically who like genders other than men
movies about bi women who do date men
movies about late-in-life lesbians
movies about lesbian teenagers finding love and acceptance
movies about young bi girls who are affirmed in their orientation
movies about bi women and lesbians being best friends
movies about non-het women (▰˘◡˘▰) ∩(︶▽︶)∩ ~~~~( ^▽^)σ)~O~)
|—||Mr. Brightside (via theapatheia)|
Less “your sexuality/body/race/gender, etc shouldn’t matter” and more “your sexuality/body/race/gender should always be respected”
Don’t equate refusing to acknowledge differences to respecting them