It makes me uncomfortable too!

I know, I’m only 18 and yes these ARE old people diseases, but what fucking planet is it okay to say “Oh i think I’d just end it at that point.” Or “Your life sounds terrible” to an actual person’s face?

No planet. That is where it is okay to say that shit. 😐

So when you move away, step to the other sidewalk like I’m a shady trench coat in a dark alley I am JUGING YOU.

When you tell your kid that I’m “less fortunate but a reminder of the blessings health gives” i am imagining beatimg you with a chair.

When you get overly emotional and try to touch me to pray for your own soul I AM WISHING YOU EVERY NON VIOLENT ANNOYANCE ON EARTH.

My depression isn’t from the weather.

My celiac isn’t a fucking trend.

My asthma isn’t from being held too much as an infant.

My failing body isn’t INSPIRATIONAL it’s SHITTY AND PAINFUL.

Does this make you uncomfortable able-healthy folk?

Good. You make me uncomfortable so it’s fab.

I’m watching The Trench because I’m a masochist I have many feelings about WWI, and it turns out to have many people with good cheekbones and good acting chops in it (before they were famous.) Among our privates here you may recognize:

James D’Arcy: he is a defiantly grandiloquent private, who doesn’t see the point of it all, and says so.

Cillian Murphy: he watches everything and everyone with keen attention and private amusement.

Ben Whishaw: he is a very tiny private who volunteers to make people tea.

Also featured is Tony-from-Foyle’s-War (there’s always someone from Foyle’s War.)

The NCOs, meanwhile, are none other than…

Daniel Craig, as a teetotaling, rough-spoken sergeant, capable of both brutality and great kindness.

Julian Rhind-Tutt, as a whisky-drinking, Tennyson-reading lieutenant. He takes his duties very seriously, and is convinced that They’re All Going To Die. Since this is set on the eve of the Somme, he’s probably right.


Self-propelled mortar on the chassis of the combat vehicle “Wiesel”.
Specifications self-propelled mortar lePzMrs:
Number of crew members: 3;
Weight, t: 4,78;
Overall dimensions, mm: length - 4780; width 1870, height - 2110;
Armament: 120-mm mortar, 1 x 7.62-mm machine gun;
Maximum firing range, km: 6;
Maximum rate of fire, RDS. / min: 6;
Ammunition of mortar, min: 27;
Engine: diesel, Volkswagen;
Engine power, HP: 109;
Maximum speed on highway, km/h: 70;
Cruising range, km: 286;
Overcoming obstacles: slope – 40 %; Side slope – 30 %; the wall is 0.4 m; the trench is 1.5 m; Brod – 0.5 m

UUUUHH…Boron is about to become the leader of a communist goblin rebellion???? didn’t see that one coming 

also I feel silly, because i like this character enough that I want to do something with them outside of DnD…so I’m writing a trench story, but its a ROMANCE STORY??? 

so during the campaign…Boron will be a super serious and intense leader of a communist uprising…and then also…the main character of a gushy, squishy romance story about trenches learning about love for the first time. perfect.

there are people that have never heard the ever after fairytale?? people who don’t know what ramsay fiction is?? people who have never heard the story of the tiny horse??? people that haven’t seen the legacy dvd??? there are people that aren’t marianas trash???

they are the lucky ones. they don’t know the emotional turmoil that comes from those 4 idiots.