but it's a breakfast cereal

anonymous asked:

I don't know if you've seen this comic about human flower ritual but it always cracks me up.I think it's called "Human Mating Rituals" by Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal. Love the blog, inspired to write dry humor how to train your human manuals

I’ll look it up, thanks! Glad you’re enjoying this, and go write!

380,000 Pony-Cereal-Years

So, I was doing some research for a podcast I’m gonna be on later this week. I was re-reading Fallout Equestria for it, and the thought occurred to me, because it’s explicitly stated in the story that Tenpony Tower lives off of scavenged food. Could it really? This seems to be an assumption that Fallout 3 runs off of too, and I wanted to put it to the test. So below is a sprawling epic of back-of-the-envelope maths. You have been warned.

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That’s always seemed so ridiculous to me,that people would choose to be around someone because they’re pretty. It’s like picking your breakfast cereal based on colour.
—  Paper towns|John Green

fountainpenaddict  asked:

The root of ur depression is probably putting water in your cereal tbh

the root of my depression is you guys refusing me my cereal water 3: 

  • John Green: That's the thing about pain, it demands to be felt.
  • John Green: Hump the moist cave wall.
  • John Green: The only way to get out of the labyrinth of suffering is to forgive.
  • John Green: I am the motherfucking fox.
  • John Green: That always seemed so ridiculous to me, that people want to be around someone because they're pretty. It's like picking your breakfast cereals based on color instead of taste.
  • John Green: By the power of the superglue beer sword, I designate you my driver!
  • John Green: What matters to you defines your mattering.
  • John Green: Dingleberries!
The Signs as John Green Quotes.
  • Aries : "If people were rain, I was drizzle and she was a hurricane"
  • Taurus : "It is so hard to leave - until you leave. And then it is the easiest goddamned thing in the world"
  • Gemini : "Maybe she loved mysteries so much, that she became one"
  • Cancer : "That's always seemed so ridiculous to me, that people want to be around someone because they're pretty, it's like picking your breakfast cereals based on the color instead of the taste"
  • Leo : "Some infinities are bigger than other infinities"
  • Virgo : "That didn't happen of course. Things never happened the way I imagined them"
  • Libra : "The marks humans leave are too often scars"
  • Scorpio : "You are so busy being you, that you have no idea how utterly unprecedented you are"
  • Sagittarius : "At some point you just pull of the band-aid, and it hurts, but then it's over and you're relieved"
  • Capricorn : "You don't get to choose if you get hurt in this world but you have some say in who hurts you. I like my choices"
  • Aquarius : "It always shocked me when I realized that I wasn't the only person in the world who thought and felt such strange and awful things"
  • Pisces : "My thoughts are stars I cannot fathom into constellations"

I don’t understand why unrequited love is treated like it’s a cheaper knock-off of “real love”, like it doesn’t deserve the same serving of cereal for breakfast or its own airplane seat.

Does no one get how fearless it is? How heartbreakingly selfless it is?

Picture a wall. A blank, concrete wall. Picture it grey and forgotten. Picture it off in the middle of a dry river. Picture it so hard to get to that it almost always leads to your skin getting bled at the hands of all the rocks you climb over to get to the middle of the badlands.

And there you are, walking every single day, paintbrush in hand. Your knees ache because it’s too much work and your shoulders strain from the heavy tins of bright blue liquid. Logically, you shouldn’t care how the wall looks. Your own walls at home are adequate. But for some reason, you hike to the foot of this dilapidated wall in the breast of nowhere, and you coat it with the sky. The corners are hard to reach and you often get body aches that make it hard to sleep. Sometimes it’s raining so hard that the paint just keeps getting washed off and sometimes it’s too hot so it takes longer than usual for the surface to dry.

Yet you keep painting, and painting, and painting.

This wall doesn’t serve you more than a butterfly smacking against a windshield in Tibet. It doesn’t pour your coffee for you in the morning or tuck you into bed. You are a ridiculously dedicated lunatic who sneaks off in the middle of the night to paint it, anyway.

That’s what unrequited love is.

Are you really telling me that we don’t need one more ticket?

—  Frustrations and maybe I’m never going to get it right // @chappedandsunburnt

ANOTHER FACT I DID NOT KNOW! All the stat trainers are named after different types of flour and grain.
Cheryl is apparantly from cereal, and in japanese she was Momi after a type of husked rice porridge? And then there’s Buck = Buckwheat, Mira = weird romanization of Meal (oatmeal), Riley = rye, and Marley = Barley
the cereals crew
a balanced breakfast of EV training, lol


Long before the invention of Gak in 1992, goopy, gloppy substances had been featured predominately in various toy lines since the late 1970’s.

It was around Christmas time in 1976 that Mattel unleashed upon the world a little creation simply called “Slime”.  It was originally sold in containers that resembled little trash cans, as well as with Mattel’s “Slime Monster Game”.

Then, beginning locally in Canada in 1979 before airing internationally in 1981, a little show called You Can’t Do That on Television took the concept of slime to a whole new level.  It was an iconic gag in the show that anytime a cast member uttered the words “I don’t know”, they were drenched from above in lime green slime (a gag which owes a great debt to another, earlier variety show, Rowen and Martin’s Laugh In).  It was one of the first programs picked up by then-fledgling youth-oriented network, Nickelodeon.  In fact, it is because of the popularity of YCDTOTV that green slime became iconic to the network itself, and remains so to this day.

By no small coincidence, it was also in the early 80’s that slime as a toy began to proliferate through various franchises, including The Real Ghostbusters (where it was referred to as “ecto-plazm”), Masters of the Universe, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Troma’s Toxic Crusaders.  There were numerous play sets featuring creative ways to drip, slop, and spill slime onto just about everything.  Unfortunately, parent groups periodically protested the product, as the substance proved to have unfavorable effects on their furnishings.

Green slime became so popular that it even managed to make its way into children’s shampoo, liquid hand soap, and even breakfast cereal!  Meanwhile, the horror movies of the 1980’s proved to be just as gooey and gloppy, as the use of more and more outrageous special effects created a tour de force of grue and gore.  The mid 80’s also saw the popularity of the Garbage Pail Kids card series, which took great, gooey delight reveling in sheer revulsion, quite often in slimy, slobbery ways.

Today’s slimy substances, such as Gak, Floam, and other products, have since been overhauled to make them as safe as possible–both for the consumer, and the consumer’s parents’ furniture.  While slime has since outlived its prior popularity (becoming replaced by more intriguing substances, such as kinetic sand), it shall remain a defining part of every late 70’s-80’s childhood, as well as a slippery milestone of our pop culture past.

anonymous asked:

Poly Cool Kids!

{{You mean this for the ship meme right? Yes, poly cool kids are my life. 

  • Who’s the first to wake up in the morning: Jenny or Sour Cream if they have to go to work or something but otherwise Buck will roll out of bed first.
  • Who’s the one to make breakfast: Buck makes the breakfasts but its always simple stuff i.e. 3 Bowls of cereal, 3 toaster waffles
  • Who’s the one to serve the others breakfast in bed: Sour Cream 
  • Who would suggest a quickie in the morning before work: I think all of them but I don’t think Buck would work so he’d never have a chance to be the suggester. He’d just wake up confused to Sour Cream or Jenny asking him  
  • Who suggests they both ditch work to lay around all day: Jenny
  • Who chooses the movies: I think Sour Cream would know all the good movies
  • Who initiates kissing during the moving, thus distracting the other from the movie all together: Buck or Jenny if they thought the movie was boring
  • Who orders lunch: Buck 
  • Who steals food from the other’s plate without asking: Buck and Sour Cream 
  • Who curls up next to the other and falls asleep due to a full tummy: Jenny
  • Who distracts the other from trying to work at home: Buck, he’d be like a needy puppy if Sour Cream or Jenny stayed home to work
  • Who asks to go get ice cream like a five year old: Jenny and Sour Cream 
  • Who takes pictures of their partner eating ice cream: Jenny
  • Who makes a sexual joke about the dripping ice cream on their partner’s face: Jenny but I feel like Buck would whisper one to whoever was sitting closest to him
  • Who cooks dinner: Jenny, shes the only one who knows how to actually cook
  • Who cleans up the kitchen afterwards: Sour Cream and Buck are put on cleaning duty 
  • Who stays up until 2 reading: Sour Cream 
  • Who stares at their partner while their sleeping: Buck 
  • Who kisses their partner while they sleep: Jenny but they both give sleeping Buck a kiss before they leave in the morning
That’s always seemed so ridiculous to me, that people want to be around someone because they’re pretty, its like picking your breakfast cereals based on color instead of taste.
—  John Green 

Its breakfast time . cereal and milk. cereal and milk .