Lord of All Yellow Mice

- Joins a site
- Abandons account without doing anything
- Comes back to account anywhere from months to years later and somehow remembers original account info
- Is a complete and utter noob and has no idea how to get started
- Doesn’t qualify for any newbie giveaways or assistance because of account age

This is the gazillionth time… You’d think I’d have learned by now

tentacleonastick:

The burmys help at a wedding!

xigbar:

when you get to that one fucking room in Find Mii

mindythings:

what’s the point of being a fan if you’re not a critical one? what’s the point of absorbing media without the intention of analyzing it? i don’t understand why some people wholeheartedly defend their faves’ flaws and shortcomings, when pointing out and not supporting your faves’ problematic aspects DOES NOT MAKE YOU ANY LESS OF A FAN BUT MAKES YOU AN ENGAGED AND AWARE CONSUMER

justmyflawedlogic:

hamacidal:

ultrafunnypictures:

You can read up to 500 words per minute

THIS MADE ME CRY WHAT THE FUCK

I have an android app that does this and let me tell you, reading slashfic at 700wpm is a near-spiritual experience.

justmyflawedlogic:

hamacidal:

ultrafunnypictures:

You can read up to 500 words per minute

THIS MADE ME CRY WHAT THE FUCK

I have an android app that does this and let me tell you, reading slashfic at 700wpm is a near-spiritual experience.

I want to continue my 999 replay even though I should be doing work ahh

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toonzeldas:

Disney fans trying to explain the difference between Rapunzel/Anna/Elsa/Honey Lemon’s designs like:

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rebelghostalliance:

Current mood:

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glacear:

when u open up ur 5th grade sketch book

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In March, due to a natural phenomenon, temperature, wind and sun cause the ice crust to crack and form beautiful turquoise blocks or ice hummocks on the surface of Lake Baikal in Siberia.

Photographer: X