Less than a year later, Tumblr saw the emergence of its first homegrown meme: #GPOYW, or Gratuitous Picture of Yourself Wednesday. Coined by @yourdp in April of 2008, it made its way to BuzzFeed by September and eventually evolved into a daily activity (as just #GPOY). By 2009, it was added to Urban Dictionary.
After that, there were Fuck Yeah Tumblrs and #WhatShouldWeCall Tumblrs, soft grunge and Tumblr pink, Superwholock and the Hawkeye Initiative, the Skeleton War and preserved human toes, the Science Side of Tumblr and Studyblr, and even two extra hours in the ball pit. We asked each other about our shoelaces (stolen from the President, of course) and what air was. Every Tuesday was never a problem.
No matter what part of the Tumblr community you are in, this is the history we’ve created together. Take a scroll down memory lane with us. This is 10 years of Tumblr.
Breath of the Wild seriously blows me away. It’s the really small things that make this game amazing. Like this scene, where I was hunting for deer in a forest when I hear a faint melody playing in the distance, carried by the wind. I stop what I’m doing and start following the music, which grows louder as you get closer, and find myself in a vast lush field.
Standing in the middle of the field is an eclectic character holding a worn-out accordion and playing a song that is hauntingly beautiful and somewhat familiar, giving you a side quest to accomplish. It’s really the little details in this game that makes it a masterpiece because you feel like the world is alive, and you ARE Link lol…