if ur secretly in love with me u should tell me
not because those feelings might be reciprocated but because its really good for my ego
(Source: lesbolution, via technicolourclair)
"Not everyone you lose is a loss."
The only two games I can see myself buying full price in the near future are Destiny and Watch Dogs
When I finished reading I said to myself, “No fucking way!” Clever… very clever. You win this time.
This is by far the greatest post in existence. You can all go home. I am in pure awe at the brilliance of this. The world is beautiful and there is hope for humanity.
What the fuck
i think niggas on this website fibbin tbh you can’t have the confidence to take someone home from the club flip em upside down and rim their asshole but be too anxious to order pizza
anxiety is not cured by forcing a person into the situation that makes them anxious
Actually, exposure therapy (putting a person into the situation that makes them anxious) is one of the more effective ways of treating anxiety (as well as cognitive and behavioral therapy). The key difference is that exposure therapy puts (NOT forces) a person into the situation that makes them anxious — but does so in a very safe, controlled way. Like if someone was arachnophobic, exposure therapy would involve showing them pictures of spiders, then escalating to videos of spiders, and then having a spider in the room, etc., as opposed to dumping a whole box of spiders on someone’s head and having them freak the fuck out.
(Source: handsomejackass, via pizza-sex)
I have killed thousands of video game characters and npcs in my life. This is my confession. I have yet to kill a single human being. I am a fraud, I guess.
My point exactly. It comes down to three things
- If you’re already a violent little person, the video games are gonna have an effect on you. If your kid’s a violent little person, you need to be a parent and see about stopping that.
- Most of the research that makes violent media consumption out to cause aggression is old. Like 80s old. If you compare the kinds of games and gaming experiences kids were having in the 80s with what they’re getting into now, you can see that most (if not all) of that research is, at the very least, dubious, and most likely obsolete
- If you’re a parent and buying Halo or GTA for your under-17 kid, you have no right to complain about anything; you’re deliberately circumventing the ratings system, and if you want to play the game you can make it so your kid can’t and if you don’t know how you can Google it and if you’re unwilling to do either of those things you’re part of the problem and I hope I see your kid online in Halo so I can wash ‘em up
"Si dejas la puerta, alguien va a venir y matarme."
My landlady, in seriousness, as I came back into the apartment with my laundry having had to unlock both locks to do so. Translated, she says that if I leave the door unlocked, someone will come in and kill her.
She’s an ~80 year old woman who lives with a bird and three random dudes, and by all accounts seems to be chill (minus being a punk about electric bills and letting me have people over, while the guy across the hall from me apparently has his mother and some kid living with him in there alternately but that’s a whole other story).
Who the fuck wants to kill her? And even if the door wasn’t locked, you still need one of those four-sided keys to open the door so what’re you worried about?