hey pals, so an anon asked for blogrates and tbh i see no reason why i shouldnt do them (ok i see one reason and im probs not gonna do them if this flops asdfgh) !! if u dont want a blograte but a name playlist, just say so <3
ive spent most of my life being like “thats strange/weird/stupid” or “thats cringeworthy” at childish things but fuckin in all honesty ive unlearned that shit recently and its the best shit to unlearn.
make over the top characters and OCs and shit. love absolutely repulsive designs and contrasting shit. you want an OC that’s a wolf-octopus fairy who loves cheese? then fucking make them. bring them to life. dont let a bunch of assholes bring you down because it seems “stupid” or “cringeworthy”.
literally as long as no one is hurt and everyone is having fun and as long as youre not promoting gross shit in the process, then its good shit??? have your fun and who cares????
like… stop with the elitist attitudes on what is “cringeworthy” and what “isnt” because lemme tell you, everything and everyone is cringeworthy no matter what so just fuckin have fun my god stop bringing kids down
you wanna know what’s cringeworthy? an adult telling a 13 year old that their first OC sucks ass because they wanted to draw a colourful wolf that represents themself
this looks like jackson is the chosen one to save the world and humanity and mark is the wise man who guides him through this battle and has 150 years old but stopped growing old by the age of 24 and now jackson is losing his faith and being insecure about the burden he has to carry and mark is trying to motivate him by being aggressive and putting even more pressure over him: “i… i cant do this” “there’s no ‘i cant do this’ jackson, dont you understand? the lives of these innocent people are in ur hands! dont let them down! dont let me down!”
I’m an education major and I just got a new batch of middle schoolers to
work with. When I mentioned Dragon Age (we were discussing the
relationship between dinosaurs and birds and the phoenixes in-game came
to mind), they lost their mind. It was amazing getting to watch the
light go off in their eyes as the conversation turned to what they
loved. I let them down when it was revealed I dont know a lot about
video games, but honestly, it was a great moment. I regret nothing.