i don’t understand why people think it’s boring to have steady, loving relationships. life is infinitely more exciting (not to mention sweeter) when you have a partner in crime. having someone else along for the ride always makes for more laughter, more stupid moments, more understanding, more loyalty and more support.
-don’t tell ur coworkers jack shit. You might think they’re your friends but they will sell you out for a paperclip
-everything men tell you is a lie
-store brand vanilla ice cream is better than name brand
-pregnancy tests from the dollar store work just as well as $20 ones
-don’t lie to your doctor
-at some point your card will get declined for $6 and nobody but you will care. It happens to everyone at some point in their life
-you will become bffs with your mom (unless she’s a mean person, then skip this one)
-you’ll wish you took the advice adults gave you when you were younger, even though it annoyed you at the time
-people you went to high school with will become teachers, doctors, etc but they will still do drugs and it will be weird. That’s life, my dude
-never underestimate the power of new underwear
Lance canonically has little kids in his family. Little kids that he left behind. The kid on the left is like a carbon copy of Lance… Do you think that kid is Lance’s favorite? (Lance is probably close to both of them though.) Little kids grow so fast… By the time he gets back to Earth, they won’t be the babies he left behind. How often does Lance think about that? Does he ever think about how much he’s missed?
morrigan was raised by an abusive mother. we know that she was emotionally abused and subjected to forms of neglect
although you may not like her, its important to realize the reasons behind her cold demeanour and somewhat harsh beliefs. flemeth was a horrible mother
the warden, if befriended, is her first friend ever. she’s never before been in constant contact with anyone but her abusive parent
the way she grows with the warden is reason enough to reevaluate whatever previous thoughts you’ve had about “how much of a bitch she is”. she develops a sense of caring and loyalty. her growth is an important part of her character arc when you take into consideration her isolated and cruel childhood