totally worth an hour

  • naruto: sasuke, I have something to tell you
  • sasuke: what, dobe
  • naruto: I think I- I mean, you're the- I'm in- That is to say, the reason why I'm- stop staring at me-ttebayo!
  • sasuke: that
  • sasuke: is that what you wanted to tell me?
  • naruto: yes, I mean no, I mean um
  • sasuke: as if being forced to look at your garrish mug, subject myself to those ridiculous expressions
  • sasuke: and your eyes
  • sasuke: everything you think is written right there
  • sasuke: a shinobi is supposed to conceal-
  • naruto: are you saying you can tell what I'm thinking just by looking at my face?
  • sasuke: no, I'm saying ANYONE can-
  • naruto: so, do you uh, like
  • naruto: does that mean you already know?
  • sasuke: I was waiting for you to figure it out
  • naruto: *slyly* figure what out, bastard?
  • sasuke: I don't know, weren't you going to tell me?

“I have a pen, I have an apple UGH! I’ve come up with a new recipe!”

I’ve worked on this for two hours, but it was totally worth it                           

also, this is one of the results of late night conversations with Nico, such as GLARGHIO - by @florosco99 (I did the hellish edit) and @nicotopin 


Female characters from TV/Animation DC Universe

+ bonus (for lack of space and also I did this at 6am and kinda forgot them)

You Write Sherlock’s Blog?

So, because of my comment (the last one) on this post, I decided to do some digging. You see, the blog is one of the major factors that messes with the theory that Sherlock has been in a coma since the fall. So, under the cut is me messing with ideas and interpretations of John’s blog with the idea that Sherlock’s been writing it since the fall, in his head. 

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The thing about computer programming is that it’s a complete pain in the ass when you’re trying to figure out the problem, yet when you finally solve it, when you finally have that aha moment, the feeling of accomplishment is unlike anything you’ve felt when you’ve accomplished something. You think holy shit, I can make technology work, and that feeling is totally worth the long stretch of hours or even days when computer programming feels like a pain in the ass.