There’s this local Facebook internet celebrity who makes posts about different types of local people he hates but at this point he’s been doing it for, like, a decade so I’m pretty sure he’s just down to describing specific individuals as opposed to archetypes and anyway the point is I hate this guy.

i hate how confusing some guys can be. like this guy i was interested in told me we should date someday like a few weeks ago and now when i ask him if he’s still interested, he replies with “maybe” or “i don’t know”. however, he’s usually the one to text first but he always replies with one word answers and honestly it’s so confusing. he wasn’t like this before. we used to actually have conversations and talk a lot. why can’t people just be honest about how they feel instead of confusing me? it’s like somedays he acts like he’s interested but other days it’s like i don’t exist. i know i deserve better than that but it still bothers me

themiscyra1983  asked:

I've been wondering this for a while and I'm sure you answered this somewhere, but how do you feel about Wynonna Earp? It feels like the sort of thing you'd either adore or find incredibly trite and dull, less on account of 'there are lesbians' and more on account of the (a) reliance on Wyatt Earp/Doc Holliday mythology coupled with the (b) breathtaking liberties they take with history.

I C A N’ T W A T C H I T 

History of the American West was ½ of my major, and has been my hobby since I was a little girl, and Doc Holliday is my specific person that I’ve spent years studying, so it just is too much for me. (I hate they guy they have playing Doc, also I fucking died when Jill told me he apparently was just??? Trapped in a well for 100 plus years??? Is the story?? I laughed so hard I actually cried) It wouldn’t bother me if it weren’t a period of history I’m intimately familiar with, so it’s not like I’m sitting here sneering at everyone who enjoys it, but for me I just can’t handle it. 

Also, it’s a little cheeseball for me (She said as a Sailor Moon fan ahaha) I’m really tough though! TV’s not a media style I take to well, so I’m way impossible, honestly. 

hey kids im gonna teach u how to be a weathered comic fan

- nobody likes reboots but if things get bad enough everyone calls for one

- people are annoying so youre only allowed to say your favorite superhero is batman if you know at least three arc titles. here’s some to help get you started: under the red hood, knightfall, death in the family

- call for an end to all comics at least once a month when something stupid happens

- the avengers and the xmen dont always get along. if you like the avengers, you dont know this. if you like xmen, it’s all you know.

- lightboxing is responsible for comic books that look like they were drawn by the wikihow guy. throw the term around. it’s fun.

- you hate crossover events, but by god you will never stop bringing them up and neither will your comic provider

- your favorite comic book will get cancelled. you live every day like it’s its last. comics that are particularly diverse will get axed first no matter how large the following

- everyone who claims “comics are getting too political NOWADAYS” has never read a comic worthwhile in their lives. cut them out of yours.

- when you hear a writer’s name you dont recognize just say “ah that guy. I hate that guy” no one will question it. we all hate that guy.

I cannot understand using the argument that Milo Yiannopoulos is fine and allowed to get away with his actions because he’s *intending* to be as horrifically offensive and wildly inflammatory as he is - like that makes it okay? Intent to cause harm makes the harm you do worse not better, surely?

Great Sans Things
  • Sans being gross
  • Sans being a complete troll
  • Sans being an expert on exotic foods
  • Sans trying to bake
  • Sans genuinely loving terrible jokes
  • Sans straddling the line between sincere and sarcastic
  • Sans being ridiculously unhelpful
  • Sans finding loopholes for EVERYTHING
  • Sans being incredibly observant
  • Sans navigating social circles like he belongs there
  • Sans coming up with goofy money making schemes
  • Sans talking his way into like 5 jobs at once
  • Sans being lazy
  • Sans being clever
  • Sans connecting with the regulars at Grillbys
  • Sans working to overcome his apathy when it truly matters most
  • Sans being Papyrus’s hype man
  • Sans and Papyrus doing cute activities together
  • Sans getting into a passive agressive post-it war over a sock
  • Sans forming a significant relationship over bad knock knock jokes
  • Sans valuing a connection he has with someone he’s never seen face to face
  • Sans deeply valuing promises
  • Sans dealing with a time-traveler with silly pranks
  • Sans secretly hoping to be friends with something he knows may destroy him
  • Sans being cyptic
  • Sans being flawed
  • Sans appreciating what he has
  • Sans being a survivor