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Murdoc Ruins Everything: A Masterpost

PHASE 1

  • knocks out 2D’s eye
  • knocks out 2D’s other eye
  • ends 2D’s relationships with both Paula Cracker and Rachel Stevens
  • summons a demon while they’re on tour
  • almost murders 2D and then breaks up the band because 2D compared him to Jack Black

PHASE 2

  • exposes his ass pimples way too many goddamn times in this phase
  • starts all that El Manana business (doesn’t matter whether Noodle was actually intended to do this or actually did do this or whatever or blah blah blah, he was still the one that had the idea in the first place)
  • sets Kong Studios on fire

PHASE 3

i can’t think of a single thing that he did this entire phase that WOULDN’T qualify as “ruining everything”, but i’ll try listing it anyway

  • makes a terrifying robot replacement of Noodle that tries to kill him and causes a fight with the real Noodle
  • kidnaps 2D and keeps him captive on Plastic Beach and in a constant state of terror, along with abusing him on a regular basis
  • finally cracks completely and starts saying increasingly more alarming things on his radio show
  • somehow managed to incur the wrath of the Boogieman and is hunted by him the whole phase
  • also managed to incur the wrath of the Black Clouds and thereby put the whole band in danger, especially Noodle and himself
  • is technically the cause of that horrible flam fish being in the Plastic Beach game

PHASE 4

  • he probably starts a nuclear war and destroys the entire planet

feel free to add on if you notice any classic “Murdoc ruining the lives of himself and those around him” moments i missed!!

(Credits to original owner)

The worst part of being in the Sherlock fandom- especially after this last night’s episode if you know what i mean- is that after it happens you’re stuck in a giant mess of emotions that make you want to claw your heart out because its too much. Worst part of that feeling?

We may get a new episode next week, or in a good billion years. So have fun crying yourself to sleep the next thousand years as you try to not think about what happened in the episode.

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Brooklyn’s finest 🐶🐕🐩

Yup..this is my new job…with dogs i’m ok, but owners are the problem! they have million questions like “…did he/she behaved well? what games did you play with them? with what dogs he/she interacted?…” you can guess that the worst one is owner from this pink poodle… but for 2 hours per day it’s a great money, so…

Did you miss me??

HELLO, IT’S ME

Yes it’s actually me, the worst blog owner ever, Roe.

I’ve been absent far too fucking long, and Dominique has been an absolute fucking angel for holding down the fort and running this blog for so long!

I’m not going to go into details about my absence because it would take forever but I’m back now and hopefully I’ll be a bit more active with this account!

I’ll be moving to America soon (I know, fucking plot twist) so you’ll hopefully have my chronicles of a British liberal LGBT teenager surviving Trump’s government in south Florida.

I’m going to go dye my hair for the legit fifth time in three days (it’s been a process) and apologise to Dominique! In the meantime, feel free to shoot me some questions or smth!

Assassin’s Creed Main Characters and Oscar Wilde Quotes

Altair: The only difference between the saint and the sinner is that every saint has a past and every sinner has a future.
Ezio: Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth.
Connor: In America the young are always ready to give to those who are older than themselves the full benefits of their inexperience.
Haytham: I am so clever that sometimes I don’t understand a single word of what I am saying.
Aveline: A man’s face is his autobiography. A woman’s face is her work of fiction.
Edward: After the first glass you see things as you wish they were. After the second you see them as they are not. Finally you see things as they really are, and that is the most horrible thing in the world.
Adewale: The worst slave-owners were those who were kind to their slaves.
Arno: Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it every six months.
Shay: There are many things that we would throw away, if we were not afraid that others might pick them up.
Desmond: One’s real life is often the life that one does not lead.

Bonus
Shaun: Anybody can make history. Only a great man can write it.

Again, brought to you by mjonthewrongplanet and yours truly

Loving means Learning

I think one of the greatest barriers in educating dog owners, is the belief that admitting you’re wrong means admitting you don’t love your dog. When I say, “this is wrong” they hear, “you don’t love your dog.” 

That is not true. You can love your dog a whole awful lot and still mess up. I would consider myself an “experienced dog owner” but I still make mistakes. That doesn’t mean I don’t love them. 

You do not measure your love for your dog by how successfully you train them, but by how willing you are to learn and do better. 

Part of that means admitting you can be wrong, and trying to do better next time. It means understanding that when someone says, “that’s wrong, and here is why” they don’t mean “wow you are the actual worst dog owner; you must really suck at loving your dog”. 

Loving means learning. So learn, and love. 

  • My dad: hey you like writing about animal rights and stuff right? On your glass blog thing?
  • Me: yeaaaaa... you mean on my tumblr.
  • My dad: right. Glass, tumbler. Whatever. I got something for you.
  • Me: okay what?
  • My dad: you know that song "you ain't nothing but a hound dog"?
  • Me: *in my head* "oh man..." Yea what about it?
  • My dad: it perpetuates a negative stereotype about hound dogs. It's not his dog's job to catch the rabbit. It's the hunter's job to get the rabbit and for him to retrieve it. That poor dog. Has the worst owner ever. And they hail Elvis as a legend. He's a terrible dog owner.
  • Me: ...I. Um. Okay dad.
  • My dad: you'll tell them, right? Tell them the song should be changed. It's not the dog's fault.
  • Me: yes. Dad. I'll tell them.