no one played this

Okay I’m pissed about the VMAs and here’s why.

I want to preface this by saying I think they did a great job addressing the current issues we’re facing in America today.

That being said,

What the FUCK do they have against “Rock” in general. I mean, first, Jared Leto asks people to stand for his Eulogy about Chester Bennington, and people don’t so he has to ask AGAIN.

Then during his tribute performance they literally cut to commercial.

But they had time for Miley to perform her entire song. Right okay.

Then, they don’t even announce, let alone MENTION the rock category. Why have a category if you’re not even going to respect it? This isn’t even the first time they’ve done this.

I’m just saying, if you have time for fucking Katy Perry to run around and embarrassingly dab all over the place, you can spare three minutes for a fucking eulogy or a whole fucking category? Christ.

The Houses as Video Game Things

Hufflepuff:

Only picking the nice dialogue options. Carrying around way too much stuff because “what if it might be helpful later?”  Pausing a fight because you’re about to die and need to use a health potion. Being really good at puzzles and minigames. Balancing your skills so that you do well in a fight, regardless of the circumstances. Never wearing matching armor. Fighting the same enemy over and over again and cheering when you finally beat them. Panicking whenever dark music starts to play. Having to walk everywhere because you’re carrying too much to fast-travel.

Ravenclaw:

Spending 2+ hours on the customize character screen. Getting emotionally attached to the NPCs. Using actual strategy to plan out your quests/fights. Always having a lot of money but never having anything to spend it on.  Spending all of your level-up points in one category.Never getting caught when you steal things, but only taking small items because you’re afraid that someone will notice if you take something big. Wasting a lot of lockpicks on something that doesn’t even have good items in it. Placing waaay too many manual map-markers because you can never find your destination otherwise.

Slytherin: 

Spending too much time on side-quests instead of working on the main objective. Accidentally walking into a ridiculously difficult battle when you’re only level 2. Using long distance weapons to fights the enemies because you’re terrible in close combat. Forgetting what quest you were working on because you got distracted by a hunt for a random object. Actually using resistance potions/spells/e.t.c. Having conversations with companions and unlocking extra quests. Forgetting which buttons on your controller do what and having to spend a couple minutes to figure it out.

Gryffindor:

Forgetting to save and having go way back to the beginning of the quest when you die. Screaming out loud whenever something scary happens. Getting lost in a location that you’ve been to 50+times. Sneaking? What is that? You run straight into the open and hope you won’t die. Not understanding what the different stats for your weapons mean and picking the one that looks the coolest. Always forgetting that you have helpful items and never using them when you need them.

i think my favourite thing about new vegas is how easy it is to completely derail the storyline. i mean in fallout 4, you can kill every minuteman in boston and they’ll still side with you in the end. in fallout new vegas essential NPCs just don’t exist. you want to lead radscorpions to easy pete? you want to power fist caesar to pieces five minutes into the game? you can just fucking do it

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Sole: *appreciate companion* 

I had a bad day today and want to draw these dudes blush