eakies:

getting a note on a super old post

zubat:    [dog voice] oof

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coffeepeople:

There are two types of single people 

  1. desperately wants to be in a relationship
  2. desperately wants to remain single for as long as possible 

I am both.

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The stress of papers finally subsides and gives way to the lesser stress of exam prep. 

And by exam prep, I mean lounging around and thinking real hard on what it would be like to do well.

All is right with the world.

chipcococafe:

rectumofglory:

NOTHING IS BETTER THAN GOOD RICE LITERALLY NOTHING

NO RICE NO LIFE.

chipcococafe:

rectumofglory:

NOTHING IS BETTER THAN GOOD RICE LITERALLY NOTHING

NO RICE NO LIFE.

(via somniumaddiction)

teppelin:

i’m a person who often wants physical affection but is also very uncomfortable and particular about physical contact

(via somniumaddiction)

A Few Good Men should be required watching for pretty much everyone who is prepared to criticize the military.

A very good example of an ethically grey area where technically both parties are a little right and a little wrong.

orionshuntingdog:

unclefather:

gifcraft:

Going to School

Goodbye 

think of all the people who scrolled away

orionshuntingdog:

unclefather:

gifcraft:

Going to School

Goodbye 

think of all the people who scrolled away

(Source: dovga.com, via adderhunter)

Well that was a fun thirty minutes of looking at freelance Visual Novels and now I probably have cancer, but it was pretty funny.

Most of them looked like they were made in the depth of a weeaboo phase and the ones that didn’t had three minutes of game time. 

I found potentially the greatest visual novel of our time:

Behold.

Need you more evidence?

I am never playing this game.

kamiseigneur said: I am so sorry.

Its all good. I really don’t fit in here at college anyway (although, to be fair I am so not trying to). Most students here put a high level of emphasis on socializing and brush their studies under the rug. Many students here would honestly be better off just entering the workforce right now. And I am not saying that as an insult to their intelligence or anything, I just mean if they care so little about their grades then they would be better off pursuing money now. At least they do not lose anything that way (college is not cheap!). 

Then there is me. The good little nerd who is a little on edge, but mostly overjoyed to have so many academic resources at my disposal. 

Don’t ask why I replied to you in a paragraph format. I have a lot of opinions about my college :p