you need to play this

Every time I see anyone worried about their interests getting them mocked or making them seem unattractive I want to throw shit. Especially if they’re out of High School.

Guys, you’ll seem more attractive and just generally be happier and more active if you aren’t terrified of what people will think about you if you wear that dumb anime t-shirt. As long as you’re making an effort to not be overbearing or an asshat, and keep your interests to an acceptable level for the event you’re attending, you are completely fine. You’ll meet more people, you’ll find that maybe instead of being an introvert you might actually really enjoy talking to other people, you just needed something else in common or have the conversation on your playing field. Instead of saying “oh haha yeah, i uh… i totally like sportsball too!! haha” where everyone can very obviously see you have not a single clue or interest in what they’re talking about, toss in what you were ACTUALLY doing on that Sunday night instead of watching football.

Now, on the other hand you do actually need to not be an asshole in general. See: tumblr bronies. If you’re overbearing with your hobby, no one’s gonna appreciate it. You wouldn’t show up to a job meeting in Eagles’ color body paint and a foam finger, don’t wear that goddamn ahegao shirt, or the politically provocative pony shirt. People aren’t persecuting you for your interests, you’re just being annoying.

Social anxiety is okay, it’s something a lot of people struggle with, but it’s a failing that everyone that has it needs to take steps to fixing. If you really just don’t like talking to people, more power to you, but if you’re the guy that says “i like anime so i guess I’ll just be a virgin forever haha”, quit it. Improve yourself, love yourself, and you might find that maybe life isn’t exactly the horror show you’ve been telling yourself it is.

We’re not here on this Earth for long enough to be scared of what we like.

Here’s a video look at the new #dva skin that will be coming out probably at the launch of Heroes of the Storm 2.0 Nexus Challenge I believe. You need to play 5 games with a friend to get this skin. You also get an adorable icon and spray. #heroesofthestorm is free, it’s like Blizzards LoL. 

anonymous asked:

When you say "play with friends" does that mean you have to have friends in a game with you? You can't just play alone? Cause I have overwatch for console and never played heroes of the storm until I just now downloaded it so I don't have any blizzard friends on the pc-

im a bit iffy when it comes to the details of this, but you need to play with a friend to get the rewards. the hots pc client tries to team you up with others in the menu screen, if this count as progress for the rewards, i do not know yet.

the sub reddits also seems to be a great place for finding team mates

hey do any of you chucklefucks wanna play quiplash because apparently we need some more people for a good game according to the coward ross praiseandblame. having discord and not being a freak or geek appreciated


Everyone is entitled to their opinions and everyone is entitled to their beliefs … but if the opinions and feelings are rooted in denying certain people basic human rights, I’ve got a problem with that.

when the enemy team says it takes no skill to play symmetra bc you dont need to aim yet they dont have the aiming skills to kill a symmetra


Mind Chess Battle

I can’t even play proper chess game on a board. How the heck they remember all the positions on the chessboard?? Is this a normal thing for smart people??

Though I’m really impressed with people who are actually good at playing chess. Looks so damn cool and very…intellectual. *goes off to play chess with computer*

Play it cool
  • Michele: *walks into kitchen* is something burning?
  • Emil: *leans seductively against counter* just my desire for you
  • Michele: Emil the toaster is on fire

I just remembered when Kanae called Urie “sanpaku eyes”, a term used when the whites of someones eyes are visible either above or below their iris.

“For thousands of years, people of the Far East have been looking into each other’s eyes for signs of this dreaded condition. Any sign of sanpaku meant that a man’s entire system — physical, physiological and spiritual — was out of balance. He had committed sins against the order of the universe and he was therefore sick, unhappy, insane, what the West has come to call "accident prone”.

The condition of sanpaku is a warning, a sign from nature, that one’s life is threatened by an early and tragic end".