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“I wasn’t hiding. I just needed time to figure out how to talk to you. I don’t know if your memory is well but you were very rude last we spoke. I didn’t want that again.”
“Ohhhh yeahhh. I might recall something like that happening.”
“Excuse you, might? Something?”
“Ok. I was sort of a dick. There.”
“Sort of?!”
“Don’t push it. You’re no fucking angel, alright.”
“You’re a hypocrite, you know that?”
“But you look good. The color suits you.”

anonymous asked:

No, I wasn't joking. You can do so much, so I don't understand why you wouldn't prefer handicapable! My son is a little like you and I would hope he never feels "disabled" when there is so much available to him in life!! xoxo

cripple gods grant me patience before i punch a PAC mom 

I’m still surprised that I haven’t gotten much flack for woobifying Quark to the degree that I do……… ideally I aim to keep close to canon, or at least explore complexity in characterization, but the self-indulgence gratification impulse is a siren song… 

anyway I welcome constructive criticism, but also ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ the heart wants what it wants

happy munday everyone !! this week has been crazy so I thought I’d share some pics from my college graduation yesterday !! I now have a bachelors of science in biology !!

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anonymous asked:

Psst other anon I have a suggestion that may help if that's okay. What I do is distract myself. But the distraction HAS to be simple and repetitive. Something that after you start you can just kinda zone out and keep doing. My go-to is Tetris (or a similar vidya game) or knitting. You could also try like, doodling in circles. Tracing the pattern of a blanket. Do this with headphones and one song on loop and it might help

Shoutout to the anon who needs to be distracted! (or anyone else who needs this) 

Thanks for the suggestion!

someone, a fool: video games cause adhd

me, an intellectual: video games provide tactile and visual stimulation and are designed to have a balance between reward (for completing your goals) and challenge (in difficulty of the game) with music designed to motivate the player without being distracting. all of these components work together to create a positive feedback loop that adhd people are more likely to be engaged by and enjoy compared to longer tasks with relatively smaller payoff like chores or even something like maintaining the focus to complete long books and projects