life equals made

GOAT

Was stalking the tags on the reblogs on a couple of my posts (#not.creepy) and realized that quite a few people were baffled by the reference to GOAT so here are the official definitions:

The short: GOAT = Greatest of All Time

and

The long (but not nearly long enough):

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cant forget my best son

is it just me or do writers seem to feel somehow contented by just creating a single lesbian couple in order to “balance” it with the 72636 straights surrounding those women with which they sort of taboo the possibility of other female characters in the same show to be a thing tho they ARE OBVIOUSLY on the brink of exploding the chemistry chart ???? Why do lgbt members serve as an alternative and satisfaction-to-go?? Besides stop confining love when it comes to lesbians or in general. If its there you cannot deny it by creating an implausibly forced heteronormative pairing ??¿?

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“‘A…su…na….’

Asuna. The pain that burned deep in my chest came back. Asuna, my beloved, my wife, the woman who had stood at the end of the world with me.

Was it a dream? A beautiful illusion I’d witnessed in an artificial world? For a moment, I wasn’t sure. 

No, she was real. We’d laughed together, cried together, fallen asleep together…those things weren’t a dream. Kayaba had said 'Congratulations on beating the game Kirito and Asuna.’ I heard him say her name. If I was included among the players who survived, Asuna must be as well. 

The moment I realized this, my love and overwhelming longing for her exploded within me. I want to see her. I want to touch her hair. I want to kiss her. I want to hear her voice.” (p.244) 

God bless the professors who are interested in being your friends.

You know the ones I’m talking about–they’re willing to chat after class about the lesson or what’s new, are interested in their students as people and not just as grades to mark down, will email you like you’re a friend instead of requiring you to treat them like they’re the CEO and you’re just a factory worker…  I love those professors.  They’re the ones who make school worthwhile for me.