This comic is so perfect
IM LAUGHING BC HTE TITLE IS A REFERENCE TO AN ACTUAL SHORT STORY
I FUCKING LOVED THAT SHORT STORY IT WAS THE FUCKING SHIT
go to vogue.co.uk and type (on your keyboard) up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A and watch what happens when you keep pressing A
I’m laughing so hard right now I’m crying.
The various saving points/frogs of Mother 3
what a damn great game
The realism of the next generation.
lmao what the actual fuck. breasts do not move like that
i don’t want this game any more
Video Games Planets by Tim Hijlkema
While I like to joke about them being horrible, I do not actually hate dolphins themselves; I just hate the disproportionate love people have for them over countless other animals and the very serious environmental repercussions of that love.
As we speak, there’s even fast-growing outrage - almost entirely among white people, of course - that other countries still routinely hunt and eat these predatory sea-dildos, and let me tell you every reason why that’s asinine:
1) Bottle-nosed dolphins are not endangered or even anywhere close to becoming endangered. They have been thriving around the world in fairly consistent numbers for decades.
2) There is not, and never has been, any evidence that dolphins are any more intelligent than anything we already put in a baconator. In fact, domestic pigs demonstrate far more compelling signs of self—awareness, forethought and emotion, and we eat more fucking pigs every day than there are people in America.
3) Unlike other mammals slaughtered and eaten in droves, nobody is raising dolphins in tiny little pens and feeding them chemical-laden slop their entire lives.
4) Countless other marine organisms, such as sharks, are ACTUALLY being devoured into extinction, but the scientific community has to fight tooth and nail to get anybody to even begin to care about them.
Romanticizing a species can be exactly as harmful to the world as demonizing other species. It would be great if people hunted dolphins in place of sharks. Just wonderful. You can eat most of a dolphin, but we lop just the fins off sharks and toss the rest. Dolphin soup would be several times more sustainable than shark’s fin, and marine environments desperately need more sharks while dolphins aren’t even close to threatened, and no, dolphins do not effectively replace the niche sharks leave behind.
If you would eat a fish or a lobster or a cow but wouldn’t eat a dolphin because you think they’re extra-special magical sea angels then I will personally eat a dolphin at you. An entire dolphin. I will just wolf that fucker straight down don’t think I won’t at least try
555: Kusaka’s an asshat while Takumi and Kiba refuse to talk about their feelings.
Kuuga: Godai and Ichijou are totally an item and everyone recognizes this except Ichijou
OOO: Ankh and Eiji don’t really get their acts together until the end when one of them decides to not tell the other that they’re dying
Fourze: Gentarou just wants to be everyone’s friend and Kengo doesn’t until he does
Den-O: A boy’s four imaginary friends always being at a climax inside of him.
Kiva: All Otoya wants is to get laid, while all Wataru wants is for Otoya to never get laid.
Kabuto: Tendou’s perfection causes everyone else to fall to hell.
Gaim: Dance teams settled their differences with pokemon battles and fruit cosplay.
Ryuki: Card games are serious business
Blade: Collectible card games are serious business.
Decade: Take everyone’s cards so they can never be used against you.
Quote from my mother: “you had to get the noisiest boots in the store didn’t you”
surprising i know
There are entire communities and social groups and experiences, stories, memories, etc in “white” countries without any white people too.
I long time ago I wrote a high school drama type of serial story about a social group that was mostly East Asian characters and one white character. I based it on my own HS experiences and people I knew. A lot of people liked it. But I showed it to a white friend of mine online, and she said she didn’t like it. I asked why, and she said it was “unrealistic” and racist. I asked why it was racist, and she said because most of the characters were Asian, there was only one white character and he was a side character, and she couldn’t associate with any of the mains because they weren’t white. My response was “turn on the television, welcome to my life.”
She said that was different though. That’s “realistic” and everybody can understand those characters. Even though my story wasn’t really any different except it was Asian people having teen drama, it was “unrealistic” because we all know social groups of Asian people don’t exist, and it’s racist because when you have mostly non-white people in a story, then it’s weird and strange, and white people are the “every person” who everybody can associate with, but non-white people are niche.