bombing:

i don’t care if you think it’s “improper first date attire” this suit of armor is enchanted and i’m wearing it

captainjamestklrk:

larrrrrrystylinson:

larrrrrrystylinson:

larrrrrrystylinson:

MY BIRD IS SITTING IN THE TOP CORNER OF HER CAGE CALLING MY DOG’S NAME AND ASKING IF HE WANTS A TREAT AND IF HE WANTS TO GO TO OUTSIDE AND HE’S TOO STUPID TO REALIZE IT’S HER SO EVERYTIME SHE SAYS SOMETHING HE LOOKS AT ME LIKE

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SHE LAUGHS EVERYTIME TOO AND NOW HE’S JUMPING ON ME AND BARKING AND GETTING MAD AT ME LIKE OLIVER TURN AROUND AND LOOK IN THAT HUGE ASS CAGE AND BEG HER FOR A FUCKING TREAT OR SOMETHING. 

NOW SHE ASKED IF HE WANTS TO GO FOR A WALK 

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SOMEONE HELP. 

NO OLIVER, IGNORE ECHO. NO ONE IS HERE 

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I PROMISE. 

I’M 1000% DONE.

"OLI GO CAGE." NO OLI 

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DON’T. 

GO. 

CAGE. 

shadowhive:

ampharos:

The Ocarina of Time themed update for Hyrule Warriors

Let’s all just flail over these

daggerpen:

gabzilla-z:

hylianears:

but they kept the servents black alright this is one of the ugliest things i’ve ever seen in my life



I am not sure I have ever seen a better use of that reaction gif.

daggerpen:

gabzilla-z:

hylianears:

but they kept the servents black alright this is one of the ugliest things i’ve ever seen in my life

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I am not sure I have ever seen a better use of that reaction gif.

miss-w1nks:

lizawithazed:

end-it-ed23:

So someone swapped in the Attack on Titan theme on the opening for Sailor Moon Crystal and this was the result.

Holy shit

IT SYNCHS UP PERFECTLY JESUS CHRIST

i feel like we’re all witnessing some kind of anime inside joke where other animes purposefully make their opening sync with the aot opening, cuz this is like.. the third one i’ve seen.

pyranova:

Dr. Nerdlove Nerds and Male Privilege Part 2

This is one of the most common deflections when the issue of how women are portrayed comes up. It’s known as a false equivalence – the idea that two things presented together as equal when in fact they aren’t. In this case, the idea that just because women have exaggerated physiques doesn’t mean they’re sexist because the men are just as exaggerated too. Of course, this doesn’t work for many reasons. To start with, it assumes – falsely – that the things that women find sexy are the same things that guys find sexy; that is, the exaggerated secondary sex characteristics. But we’ll get to that in a second.

The other issue is the reason for the exaggeration. Comics and games are fantasy true, but the fantasy aspect differs when it comes to male and female characters. Male characters are a power fantasy; the large muscles and massive torsos are visual signs that this character is an unstoppable powerhouse. Kratos doesn’t look the way he does because Sony Computer Entertainment did focus-market studies and found that women reacted best to that design; he looks the way he does because he represents the powerful alpha-male that gamers want to be.

The women, on the other hand, are sexual fantasies. These are the rewards for the player – the character’s love-interest, the motivation to complete the game. They’re designed as eye-candy; they’re intended as something to be consumed, not something to escape into. Women like to fantasize about being desirable yes, but they also like to be powerful, and their definition of what they would consider to be sexy and powerful doesn’t mean battle-bikinis and thongs of power.

But hey, I’m a guy. It’s easy for me to sit here and proclaim what women find sexy, but I could be talking out of my ass. So why not take it to the source? I put out a completely unscientific poll on Facebook and Twitter about characters that women find sexy – video games, comics, anime, whatever. And the results? Well, let’s compare.

Up top we have the exaggerated figures that are supposedly sexy.

And here are the characters my female readers find sexy:

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Notice a trend here? These are not the massive beefcakes alpha-males that are supposedly as equally objectified as Kasumi, Ayane or Ivy. These men have longer torsos with much leaner builds; they’re built like swimmers rather than weight-lifters. They’re not men who scream “unstoppable physical power”. They’re lithe and dextrous, not barrel-chested juggernauts with treestumps for limbs.

And the other critical factor: it’s not just their builds that make them sexy. Gambit, for example is attractive because of his personality and his situation; he’s tortured because he can’t physically touch the woman he loves. Nightcrawler is the laughing swashbuckler, full of wit and flirty charm. Jareth is dark and mysterious and just a little dangerous and oozes sexuality.

Yes, the men are exaggerated as much as the women. But it’s the intent and the message that make all of the difference.

skyrimconfessionss:

"I don’t like the Thieves Guild Quests too much. In Oblivion, you had to really work hard doing independent thievery in order to advance. Here, you are just handed the quests easily. I miss working hard for those advancements."
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skyrimconfessionss:

"I don’t like the Thieves Guild Quests too much. In Oblivion, you had to really work hard doing independent thievery in order to advance. Here, you are just handed the quests easily. I miss working hard for those advancements."

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skyrimconfessionss:

"When I got my archery and sneak skill up to max, I started taking advantage of all the different non-armor costumes in the game. I sniped killed, and looked damn good doing it."
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skyrimconfessionss:

"When I got my archery and sneak skill up to max, I started taking advantage of all the different non-armor costumes in the game. I sniped killed, and looked damn good doing it."

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solidus-of-austora:

Seems even more legit

solidus-of-austora:

Seems even more legit

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