replaying the same level in a video game for the hundredth time


(via fastest-thing)


My co-workers (Xuco, and Jake) got into a SmashBros-themed art war over on Reddit.  They were having their prospective new mains from Smash 4 fight one another.

Too bad a real man came in and finished the job!  Get wrecked Mega Man and Greninja.  This ring belongs to my boy, Little Mac!

(via fastest-thing)

Timestamp: 1406695137


Hyrule Warriors Link and palette #6 for normillia!

(via theadventureoflink)

Timestamp: 1406586632


My Neighbour Totoro in Pixel Art

Created by Richard J. Evans


Timestamp: 1406586614


Mr. Kubrick

Timestamp: 1406586216



race representation in american television

This post is spot on wow

(via msjayjustice)

Timestamp: 1406567948

Things I’m used to

-People using the bathroom while I’m showering
-random dancing anywhere
-petty drama between friends
-my roommate singing “circle of life” in Japanese



i will always find a way out


(via pallet-town-julie-brown)

Timestamp: 1406386761

Tired of Feminisim

Don’t get me wrong. I’m a feminist, but I feel like the real issue here is not that we can not that men can do things that we can’t or visa versa. I think the true issue is that we are under appreciated for our differences and made to feel that our obvious difference makes us inferior.

Men and women are not the same, but the position our life holds on a career level may reflect on those differences, but careers don’t really make good examples of those differences as people change jobs some men may be more nurturing than others and want to teach kindergarten. Some women may be more physically strong than others and she may want to work in a mine. But even though they can do what the other gender could do it doesn’t make them the same.

We are too busy focusing on what we can and can’t do rather than realizing that by nature we are clearly different. Physically and mentally.

We are too busy wanting to be like them that we don’t realize that maybe what we need is not to be like them, because we never can, but what we need whether we are construction workers, doctors, home makers, or daycare assistants, is to be appreciated as women. Made to feel as though our glorious God given femininity is a crutch rather than a gift to this earth like men and women both are. We were made to work together.

So I will strive to never be like them. The men. (Some men) Because a want to be like them results in conforming, not fixing an issue. If being like them will make my life better I have lost cause.

I will fight to show my beauty. I will fight to dress in a way that isn’t trying to keep a man’s sexuality in check or try to attract him by showing an over abundance of skin. I will do what I want to do without feeling like I’m lesser for doing it, and I will add my feminine touch. I will fight to be more woman.




do you ever walk to the beat of your music in public and you think you look really cool but you probably just look like a dumbass


Yes, every day walking to class.

(via pallet-town-julie-brown)



london film & comic con winter 2013




(Source: kornymotherfucker, via choi-top-hyung)

Timestamp: 1406342237