Ok so I actually missed this paragraph when I read the “denial” article the first time but omfg??? In what world??? Does this??? Ever??? Make sense???

“Yo I’m a multi-millionaire who banged a random chick I met at a club a few times and she claims she pregnant with my kid so imma trust her yeah sounds good” WHAT?????

“Not getting one” “nor does she need to” “is the baby’s dad” idk how anyone can read this with a sound mind and think any of this shit is realistic. Bye.


{ ✍ } ~ ooc;; Ugh…

{ ✍ } ~ ooc;; What is it with people and their love of pushing the idea that adults need to be cynical to survive? Like, everyone tells you that the world as an adult sucks and you’re gonna have to deal with it, so be as hardened and judgemental as possible so it doesn’t hurt you, and it’s absolutely stupid. Optimism is how you pull through in life - love yourself, embrace the problems to get better, remember that there’s just as much good in the world as there is bad, if not more… that’s the kind of stuff that keeps you from falling into a mid-life crisis.
This anti-optimism agenda of modern society needs to go ahead and die.

bcrossfire asked:

Humans, Spirits, and Zombies all got to appear in more than two colors. Why not Vampires and Werewolves? Vampires could be tertiary blue (look at Jeleva) while Werewolves could be tertiary black.

We will stretch creature types on worlds where it makes sense. A Vampire or Werewolf in another color is definitely possible.

Pandora Hearts: Vincent - INFJ

Vincent – INFJ:

Dominant Ni: Vincent believes firmly that things will turns out a particular way, even without physical evidence to back him up. He also has a tendency to see right through people to their true motivations, such as with Gil wanting to form a contract with Raven to save Oz.

Auxiliary Fe:  Vincent is highly aware of how to appropriately portray himself to get a certain result. He does this multiple times throughout the series, especially towards Ada.

Tertiary Ti: Vincent has very set ideas about what makes sense in his world. For example, when Ada acts kindly towards him after he has manipulated her, she no longer makes sense and he retreats from her.

Inferior Se: Vincent finds it difficult to wait and see how things will turn out, instead preferring to overuse Ti to work out what he believes to be a full-proof plan. He also struggles to act impromtu, preferring to stay one step ahead of everyone else. Yet when under stress he can act impulsively, such as stabbing stuffed animals.

What REALLY pisses me off is the fact that that “reporter” and his entire staff (presumably there are editors? Copy desk??) are employed and I’m not. In what world does that make sense? REALLY.

If Baraka’s bio and and tower challenge is something to go be, he is a “favorite of (Shao Kahn)” and make all the sense of the world that Kahn’s daughter would be as much of a clone of Baraka as is to Kitana, they’re as much as “siblings”.



foreshadowing or…?


Honest Trailers does Mad Max!

He’s pretty spot on. Minor quibbles with the ‘everyone’s wasting water and gasoline’ comment - of course they are, that’s the point of Immortan Joe. This is a world that serves an ego, not a world that makes sense.

The compilation of Max grunts, though. Dying laughing over here.

Not everyone has to be the Chosen One. Not everyone has to be the guy who saves the world. Most people just have to live their lives the best they can, doing things that are great for them, having great friends, trying to make their lives better, loving people properly. All the while knowing that the world makes no sense but trying to find a way to be happy anyway.
—  Patrick Ness, The Rest of Us Just Live Here

i legitimately feel as if though our current universe is a fucking parody of another one where shit makes sense

like this world is so fucked up i cant possibly imagine this is how its SUPPOSED to be