The second time you fall in love with someone, it’s going to feel different. The first time felt like a dream almost. You were untouched, untainted by anyone. You accepted love with wide open arms and desperation. ‘Love me, love me, love me!’ So you did. And then it fell apart and left you shocked to the core. You realized that people could be cruel and break your heart. You realized that people could stop meaning the sweet things they said to you just yesterday. So when you go into it again, you’re going to keep in mind everything that you’ve learned. You’re going to say, 'Love me, love me, love me…until you don’t. In which case, I would like some advance warning. Thanks!’

Y'know when you’re a kid and you’re with a friend who happens to be of the opposite sex. And something happens. Something minor. You’re late for the class together, you hug, you kiss on the cheek, something like that. And then all the other kids in your class see you two and immediately declare that you’re in love. And they tease you and sing those nursery rhymes, and you blush and laugh and go with it. But then they keep doing it, and keep doing it. You no longer feel comfortable with your friend and you keep telling those kids to stop, that it’s bothering you, but they don’t and you just wanna scream and make them stop because you just feel so powerless

Yeah that’s how celebrities feel when you harass them about your ships so STOP IT

  • Ryan's Electricity Refund
  • Ryan Haywood(SortaMaliciousGaming)

(SortaMaliciousGaming - 07/28/2016 (37:13))

Ryan retells the story from Achievement Hunter’s birthday stream about his unexpected $13k refund from his electric company, this time to Meg on their streams!

Ryan: Oh, man, I just had a real good day with the electric company.
Meg: What’d you do?
Ryan: Well, I did nothing; I got called like last week by the, uh, power company and they’re like “Yeaah, turns out, heh, our mistake, someone forgot to bill you for a month, so we’re gonna be sending you a bill for thirteen hundred dollars(Meg gasps)–do you need to, like, pay for that with an installment plan or something?”
Meg: Oh my god!!
Ryan: I was like… .
Meg: Why is your electricity bill so high!?
Ryan: Ooh, no, no, it comes around, hold on. Uh, so, uh what happens is they then were like “yeah, you got this two meter thing,” uhm,
I was like “two meter thing? How do I have two meters? That doesn’t make any sense.”
“Yeah, you got commercial meter and residential; we just–we forgot–someone set up something wrong and, like, anyway,”
I was like “I don’t have commercial on my property, I–house.”
Meg: Right.
Ryan: They’re like “Y’know what? That does seem weird! We’ll get back to ya!”  So a week and a half goes by and they’re like “yeaah, we’ve been billin’ you for the wrong meter for a long time, (Meg: Oh my god!) we owe you thirteen thousand dollars.”
Meg: (gasps) Oh my god!! (Ryan laughs with her) Well that’s great that you’ve been paying it without fucking noticing.
Ryan: Uuuuh, look, it’s just been high since we moved in the house and we just assumed that we had a really shitty house! Like, “I guess it’s just incredibly–”(startled by game)
Meg: Energy inefficient?
Ryan: Yeah! And have been trying to fix that, but, uh. Turns out it’s just that they were charging me for some other house–or, building!
Meg: Well that’s cool that you get, like, free electricity for a good while!
Ryan: Oh, no, I was–they’re like (Meg: Oh, no?) “we could just keep that on a credit for ya!” and I was like “no, I think, for 13,000, I’ll just take a check!”
Meg: Yeah, “just give it back to me!”
Ryan: Yeah, nah, that’s the amount of money–that’s–it’s funny, but 13,000 is exactly the amount of money that I want a check; I don’t want to just give you credit for that. (Meg: Yeah! Well, what a dick…!)  ‘Cause who knows whose meter I’ll be paying for for the next couple years!
Meg: Right! That’s so shitty. 
Ryan: Welp! Honestly, I gotta say, despite–I mean, they made a little mix up and apparently it was, uh, there’s somebody who has a address that’s very similar to mine or something–I dunno how it happened–anyway! But, hey! They made it right! I gotta give it to them.
Meg: That’s good! Yeah, at least they admitted they were wrong.
Ryan: I do think it’s funny they noticed their own mistake–or, they noticed the mistake, and that they were trying to get me to pay them more money, and that cost them $13,000.
Meg: Yeah! (laughs) They were like “no, we’re gonna need that–wait a second… .”
Ryan: (laughs) I really wanted to ask if they needed to set up an installment plan or something? But.
Meg: Yeah, “you wanna put that in an installment plan, or…?”
Ryan: (laughs) Owning a house is fun!
Meg: (amused, but weary) Yeaah. I feel ya.
Ryan: I just took that money and threw it straight into my backyard.
Meg: Oooh, what’re you doing in your backyard~?
Ryan: Yeah, we got it redone. ‘Cause it has just been, like, a mudpit, so long. Great with dogs.
Meg: Your rattlesnake pit, you mean?
Ryan: Yeah, exactly.