once I got mocked by two customers because I switched around two movie quotes, I was tired that they ... one kept calling me a " fake fan" like, just get your stuff and leave
Good lord. This fake this or that when it comes to fandom is a new thing to me, honestly. Same with “gamer girl”. This is just an example since I don’t know anon’s gender, it’s just a personal experience. When I was a teen and guys found out I was into video games or other “nerdy” stuff they were enthralled, eager to get to make friends with me and enjoy the game/movie/whatever together.. Now you can’t genuinely love these things, or even like it a little, without being questioned. WTF went wrong? Why can’t someone like something without being labeled as fake when they make one small mistake? Like, holy shit, not everyone memorizes everything and everyone trips up every once in a while. Fuck these customers in particular. Fandoms don’t need police, just a love for the material. -Abby
i fucking found a video of Jughead and Betty kissin and whTT]NNDD holy shit someone tell me this will be canon forget Betty/Veronica we need Bughead–oh god the ship names worse than Jiper–bughead is now endgame this is another stydia call this is endgame END. FUCKING. GAME.
Hi there! I was wondering if you still have a downloadable version of "Buwaro's Theme". I found it on this youtube video but, tumblr won't let me link it. I love how relaxing and how Buwaro's personality is captured by it!
Sure! The songs were made by my friend Slick (although I think he just wants to be called Daniel these days). He made a couple of other songs for Slightly Damned way back in the day, too:
Hey! Mark! I just wanted to show you a little something out of all this negative you’ve been seeing. Maybe, hopefully, you’ll see this, and know how INSPIRING just the smallest amounts of positivity can be. Even in the darkest moments….
In 2014 I was very heavy depressed, anxious, and without much hope for my future. I had just gotten out of highschool and had no idea what I wanted to do. I was very down in the dumps, fresh out of an unhealthy long term relationship, living by myself, and my weight was getting to the point where it was endangering my health.
But then my friend showed me some of your videos. I found myself laughing for a long while for the first time in a long time. Because human laughter is contagious. Whether it be through a computer screen or anything else. You and a few other youtubers filled my house with positivity, and your messages of hope, happiness, BETTERING YOURSELF, and being a force for good in this world inspired me to change.
So I got up and did something about it.
It’s now 2017. I am over 100 pounds lighter and STILL working! I am following my dreams and trying my best to push those around me to keep going, Keep fighting. Even though I’m still a work in progress,but everyday I get a little better. I just wanted to (hopefully) show you what being a beacon of hope can do for those around you (or 5,000 miles away.) Thanks for continuing to be an inspiration for those of us who needed a little extra push to fight for ourselves. @markiplier