like twenty dollars

Let’s dance, my dear friend.

: - )

Can I just say omnislash is the most ridiculous limit break sidequest in all of ff7
Like most of them are somewhat meaningful either to the story or to character story and then there’s omnislash
It’s just kind of there and you have to do a ridiculous battle gauntlet to get it
Not because of a rite of passage or anything like that
Just because
Like Yuffie gets her final limit from surpassing her father and conquering the wutai pagoda, being given his blessing to continue on her journey
Barret gets his final limit when he saves his old home town from literally being demolished by a train
Tifa gets her final limit break in the form of a note from her old master who saved her life and disappeared
Even Vincent gets his final limit after encountering the woman he loved that he thought was dead for years
And then there’s cloud
Who’s final limit break is literally being given out as a prize at a side attractions for an over glorified theme park
You know
The kind of prize you could probably buy for like… twenty dollars elsewhere
That’s clouds final limit break and it is absolutely ridiculous when put into perspective


Happy Phanniversary everyone, 6 years and counting

Thank you to Dan, Phil and the phandom for everything you have done for me over these years, lets keep making memories

Lyrics by @twentydollarblog
More of my phan art

❮All I’m saying is think of how cool it would be,❯ Marco pleaded. ❮We morph racehorses -❯

❮I don’t think so, Marco,❯ Jake said.

❮- then, using our human abilities we figure out if we think we can win, and the others put money down.❯

❮Not happening, Marco,❯ Rachel said.

❮We start out betting whatever we have saved. Like I have about twenty dollar. But if we bet that at say, three-to-one odds, before you know it -❯

❮Marco, forget it, okay?❯ I said. ❮It wouldn’t be right.❯

❮- we’d have sixty dollars. Bet that at three-to-one odds you have a hundred and eighty. Then bet that and you have five forty! Then sixteen hundred twenty! Then four thousand eight hundred and sixty!❯

❮How is it you can multiply in your head like that?❯ Rachel asked. ❮You barely scrape by in your math classes.❯

❮It’s a whole different thing when you’re multiplying money,❯ Marco said. ❮A whole different thing.❯
—  Book #14: The Unknown, pg. 102 (by K.A. Applegate)

I have this weird thing with journals.

It’s like, I know for most people they’re a nice ideal. A place they could vent if they could commit to using it.

They’re a pretty book with blank pages that you could stare at in a shop window and fawn over, but never actually buy.

Because you have notebooks, other journals, places to write already.

And also, it’s not like we don’t live in the digital age, with computers and cellphones.

It’s not like we don’t have 15 GB of storage in our pockets, at our fingertips; (thanks google drive!)

It’s not like there aren’t so many alternatives. You don’t have to buy that journal with the factory aged pages and the embroidery on the spine. Because yeah, even though it is really pretty, it’s also like twenty five dollars.

But for the people that do use their journals, it’s a whole other world. It’s a place to store memories, a place to admit your fears – confide even your most darkest secrets to. It’s a place where you can have your grocery list on one page and a list of “reasons to break up with him, already” on the next.

It’s an extension of your mind. It’s like looking in a mirror accept the mirror is paper and you are the pen.

The pages don’t have to be fancy, the cover doesn’t have to be pretty. The only thing your journal needs is you.

—  I Didn’t Write This One In My Journal, Though.  (m.w.) 
Wintertime with Calum would include...
  • Always having coordinated outfits at the family gatherings
  • Ringing up your family to get some ideas on what to get you
  • Immediate and giant hugs whenever either of you gets home bc it was cold af outside
  • “I already got the bath and hot chocolate ready, babe”
  • Standing outside and his arms are always wrapped around you, with his hands tucked into your back jean pockets
  • Building a snow man and putting different things on it every day
  • “You cannot use condoms for its eyes, cal”
  • “I couldn’t find any rocks big enough” :—)
  • Decorating the outside of the house for HOURS
  • “Babe, we’re winning the christmas decoration contest no matter what”
  • “You only get like a twenty dollar giftcard”
  • Trying all the different holiday options at starbucks
  • Buying way too many ornaments 
  • Peppering your face with kisses
  • “Because your cheeks are all red and I can’t help it”
  • Buying you knee socks because he loves how they look on you
  • Tickle fights that end in him hauling you up and going outside to pretend to toss you in the snow
  • “Like I’d ever fucking toss my girl into the snow.  You’re crazy”
  • his pretty skin glowing from the flames as he kisses your neck :(((((((
  • Not even bothering to do his hair half the time bc windy
  • Nighttime ice skating dates
  • Hands on your hips the whole time train style as you circle around the rink
  • Going to see the giant pretty Christmas tree downtown in the middle of the night when its empty
  • Asking the Santas outside of the stores to sing some 5sos songs
  • Sliding twenties into the donation bucket whether they do or not

Luke // Michael // Ashton

at hot topic
  • cashier: and your total comes to $79.67
  • cashier: would you like anything else?
  • me: glances at the four twenty one pilots shirts i already have
  • me: i gotta feed my sons. they deserve my money.
  • cashier: oka-
  • me: just take it. take all of it.
  • cashier:
  • me: take my life savings goddamnit

@tinkleburgh (in regard to this message in which I was told to drink plenty of water), thanks for the reminder and I decided to take you up on the good advice

(also after that ask I became acutely aware of how chapped my lips were and it was driving me up the goddamn wall)

why are folks so concerned abt ppl stealing like ten or twenty dollars worth of merch and not abt big ol ceos stealing hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars from their own workers every year

what’s the deal with that

  • lawyer: your honor, may i approach the bench?
  • judge: you may
  • lawyer: *whispers* i will give you like twenty whole dollars to completely disregard the defense
  • judge: are you trying to bribe me with..twenty dollars?
  • lawyer: fine. you drive a hard bargain. fifteen.
  • judge: officer,

Raising a glass to all my friends who are apparently having a hard time right now, my dash is a lot of sad people right now and I hate that y’all having a hard time you don’t deserve it because you’re all really cool people who deserve nice things like finding twenty dollars on the ground or a dog that pulls on its leash so it can come say hi to you