I'm basically a lazy gamer, with lots of love for cheesy epic metal, philosophy, astronomy, and vikings. I'm picky as hell about every imaginable thing a person could be picky about. Purdy much it.
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marieannelise:

When there’s too much shit you need to get done at once

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To be fair if my tea pot grew a tongue and started tonguing the air I’d start bawling too.

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Posted: 17 hours ago ● 19,936 notesReblog

yieldforunicorns:

lets play a game called “credit the artist”

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Posted: 2 days ago ● 4 notesReblog

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miriamv3:

keikastrife:

keikastrife:

For the past few days I have been going back and forth into the Corpse Party series.
Far as animes go it’s probably the shortest one I’ve ever watched (consisting of only 4 episodes) and by the end of it I kinda just sat in my chair thinking “the fuck did I just watch?”
I…

I’ve been watching playthroughs of some of the games on youtube already, actually, after having obsessed over the wiki for as much information as I could scour from it. I caught myself up on some of the manga as well. The visual novel style of gameplay (or lack thereof, from what I saw) isn’t really my cup of tea, but I seem to have more patience for it watching someone else do it.

But I think your master list has some stuff I’ve never seen before so now I have more to look through. Thank you~! =)

If youre watching playthroughs, I recommend watching them without commentary so you can get the full experience of playing the game (and they’re just generally better because then people don’t talk over the characters, and some people who play it don’t go through all the endings.)

while the regular Corpse Party for PSP is more RPG-ish style, Book of Shadows is more visual novel, in fact, its all visual novel, as well as corpse party 2U. Neither of these games are needed to play to fully understand the series, except for the eigth chapter of BoS, so if you want to skip them, you can.

And I’m glad it’s helped you! I made that masterpost hoping at least someone could make use of it.

Yeah I can’t stand commentaries for that reason. I do my very best to avoid them when looking for playthroughs. For rarer games sometimes my options are limited. :/

Posted: 2 days ago ● 4 notesReblog

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keikastrife:

For the past few days I have been going back and forth into the Corpse Party series.
Far as animes go it’s probably the shortest one I’ve ever watched (consisting of only 4 episodes) and by the end of it I kinda just sat in my chair thinking “the fuck did I just watch?”
I…

I’ve been watching playthroughs of some of the games on youtube already, actually, after having obsessed over the wiki for as much information as I could scour from it. I caught myself up on some of the manga as well. The visual novel style of gameplay (or lack thereof, from what I saw) isn’t really my cup of tea, but I seem to have more patience for it watching someone else do it.

But I think your master list has some stuff I’ve never seen before so now I have more to look through. Thank you~! =)

Posted: 2 days ago ● 4 notesReblog

For the past few days I have been going back and forth into the Corpse Party series.
Far as animes go it’s probably the shortest one I’ve ever watched (consisting of only 4 episodes) and by the end of it I kinda just sat in my chair thinking “the fuck did I just watch?”
I don’t want to give the impression that it’s a good series; it’s a gore fest and since it’s so short and so fast to throw you right into the horrific bits you really don’t get a good sense of or appreciation for the characters. In fact after I had finished watching it my first instinct was to say “blah whatever.” and leave it at that.
But I haven’t been able to, and I think that’s because this series got so *close* to being good. The premise was genuinely interesting and the atmosphere really impressed me - ESPECIALLY for an anime. If the visuals had been on-par with the format (aka not an anime) I can guarantee you there’d have been scenes that would have unsettled -even me-. I cannot express how rare that is.
It leaves a lot to be desired in every sense of the phrase, but not strictly in the negative senses. Like, try to imagine that you’re having the night of your life with your dream person and then JUST as things were getting amazing they just vanish into thin air, leaving you with nothing but sexual frustration. That’s sums up my experience with this anime. It was ALMOST the perfect supernatural horror… but then… it just wasn’t.

Posted: 3 days ago ● 256,063 notesReblog

thefrogman:

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please let them live forever
I love them both so much T^T

Posted: 6 days ago ● 24,831 notesReblog

help

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Posted: 1 week ago ● 22,779 notesReblog

Reblog if a teacher has ever

ibeliveinfairytail:

cas-has-stolen-the-tardis:

Bullied you, talked to you like you were stupid, , made you feel uncomfortable, offended you, harassed you, made you feel like you were dumb, made fun of you, ignored you, or talked down to you

Im trying to prove a point to my father that teachers can be as hurtful as the students

not directly at me but called my class mate stupid in front of all of the class (and refuses to apologize)

I went to Catholic school from kindergarten to 8th grade, and the accepted practice among most of the nuns there was to use humiliation as punishment. If they did not themselves openly berate you they made it very easy for other children to do so. Poor grades were announced to the class. Children who did not finish their homework on time, or wrote so sloppily that it was thrown out, had their names written on the board so the other kids could see who the fuckups were.

They don’t use rulers anymore, but on more than one occasion I was publicly berated to tears. I wasn’t even a “problem student” as far as my classroom behavior was concerned. My only crime was struggling to understand what was assigned to me, because the school I had been to before that (still catholic) did not use the same format for notes or history lessons that the newer one did. She was convinced I was lying and being lazy.

I have so many stories, heh… Catholic school was a miserable experience for me.

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Posted: 1 week ago ● 42,775 notesReblog

rifa:

bigbardafree:

IF I EVER HOST A YAOI PANEL THIS IS THE VIDEO I WILL INTRODUCE THE PANEL WITH 

ALWAYS REBLOG ALWAYS REBLOG

Posted: 1 week ago ● 206,599 notesReblog

"A psychologist walked around a room while teaching stress management to an audience. As she raised a glass of water, everyone expected they’d be asked the “half empty or half full” question. Instead, with a smile on her face she inquired, “How heavy is this glass of water?” The answers called out ranged from 8oz to 20 oz. She replied, “The absolute weight doesn’t matter. It depends on how long I hold it. If i hold it for a minute, its not a problem. If i hold it for an hour, i’ll have an ache in my arm. If i hold it for a day, my arm will feel numb and paralyzed. In each case, the weight of the glass doesn’t change, but the longer i hold it, the heavier it becomes.” She continued, “The stress and worries in life are like that glass of water. Think about them for a while and nothing happens. Think about them for a big longer and they begin to hurt. And if you think about them all day long, you will feel paralyzed - incapable of doing anything.” Always remember to put the glass down."

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