If you’re upset that The Sims 4 doesn’t feature certain things that have been in past games, like toddlers and pools, don’t buy it.

If those things don’t bother you (and they don’t bother me), go ahead and buy it.

If your response is “lol I’ll play it but I won’t pay for it,” go sit in a corner and think about what you’ve done.

koriththenotboringstormwindguard:

Welcome to the Warcraft fandom where skin tones are too unrealistic but cows need to look more feminine so you know they’re women.

(via irljasmine)

gailsimone:

berenzero:

And people wonder why I love Wonder Woman so much.

Bingo.

But DC doesn’t give her a movie.

(via bigangry)

itswalky:

Combiner Wars

sandralvv:

When I was a teenager, there was a cartoon that I loved and marked me forever. When I first saw two women together, I was surprised. It was something I had never seen… and I wanted it to be real. And it was.

   Haruka and Michiru were the first lesbian couple I saw in my life (or the first I can remember). And since then, more than 15 years ago, they became my absolute favourite pairing of all times.

   Now, when I see Korra and Asami on screen, I can’t help but to feel nostalgic. I can’t help but to pray that these two end up together. Why? Because I long for young girls, confused and isolated, to understand that it’s okay to feel those kind of feelings for other girls, for them to know they are not the only ones craving for the world to accept them, and to know that you’ll find that special person you’ll be willing to fight for… no matter what anyone else says.

(via nonsensicles)

nonsensicles:

expostninja:

livelongandgetiton:

ormondhsacker:

christinefuckingchapel:

is that you hobby lobby

Am I the only one that’s a just a tiny bit pissed off that this is still an issue?

The Original Series wasn’t even in the general VICINITY of fucking around yo

There’s stuff in every Star Trek incarnation that hasn’t aged well, and then there’s stuff that could have been made last week.

Oh yeah. Stormy has been making me watch Deep Space Nine. At the moment we’re up to season 3, and last night we watched both parts of Past Tense. Even this far along it feels like the show is having serious teething problems (the episode after, Life Support, was a rubbish end to a dull character) and the initial premise doesn’t feel like it has any business being part of DS9. Even so, the near-future scenario, just 10 years from now, feels all too much like something that could happen in so short a time. I wanna shove those two episodes in the faces of conservatives everywhere.

Season 4 is where DS9 fully finds its legs; the first three seasons, even the boring parts, wind up setting the basis for the strong cast and storytelling that wrap up the show so nicely.  It’s good about not cutting things short or abandoning characters who don’t quite work out - most of the dull characters either pass on or wind up getting more interesting as the show progresses.  But it does sometimes fall into episodes that are either boring or obvious setup for the future.

thefrogman:

10 Jobs For Wombats [video] [h/t: sizvivdeos]

(via noctilucent-supercell)

livelongandgetiton:

ormondhsacker:

christinefuckingchapel:

is that you hobby lobby

Am I the only one that’s a just a tiny bit pissed off that this is still an issue?

The Original Series wasn’t even in the general VICINITY of fucking around yo

There’s stuff in every Star Trek incarnation that hasn’t aged well, and then there’s stuff that could have been made last week.

(via nonsensicles)

knowledgeequalsblackpower:

corporationsarepeople:

Well there you have it.

just maybe…

(via thiocyanatelife)

dingdongyouarewrong:

atomicbassist:

team-lads-and-gents:

i wish puberty took you to a customize your character screen

do you realize how many people would be dragons

exactly

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