nomdaface replied to your post: I just realised...
D: I HUG YOU. sometimes…D:
That’s true, but we don’t hug all that much and lately, I’ve been starting it… I can’t remember the last time someone hugged me first. I have hugs with people, but I don’t get them from anyone… if that makes sense. I’m not complaining it’s just kind of… sobering to realise.
you find out your favourite english teacher was fired at the end of your last schooling year, so you make it your new goal to find where he is. I HAVE TRIED EVERYTHING!! His school email doesn’t work, so he’s not a teacher anymore, I can’t find his name in the white pages, so he either has a silent number or he doesn’t live in brisbane anymore… I MUST KNOW WHERE HE IS!!!
Your mum gets pissed at you because you said you wanted to help make the cake that she made when you were out, calls you an ungrateful brat, tells you to stop being a bitch, refuses to drive you anywhere (including Supanova AND work which is impossible to get to on time without her driving you since you don’t have your license) and then yells at you to fix her computer…
My remedy? I’m going to a friends house for a few days.
Lucifer: Oh fuck! *Rocks his hips upwards and tugs on Cas’s hair* Get, get up here. Castiel: -lets myself be pulled, coming face to face with Lucifer- Can I help you? -smiles- Lucifer: *Huffs* Smart ass. *Kisses Cas roughly, biting at his lower lip*
Although, uhh, actually, the lip biting thing turns me on.
It’s official, I hate Good Game. I just watched it for the first time since Jung was removed and may I say, it was shocking. Hex had little to offer in the review of Yakuza 4 and basically summarised with: I think you need to know a lot about Japanese culture to get the game, and I don’t, but I really liked it cos it was quirky, and the voice actors really portrayed the characters well, and I like how they kept the original Japanese voices in. That’s why I’m giving it 7.5 rubber chickens.
Then they moved to a segment called ‘Fanboys and Haters’. First of all why Fanboys? They added Hex to the mix (thereby removing the better host) to be more ‘girl gamer friendly’, then they come up with a segment that excludes girl gamers almost entirely? Are you kidding me? Either that or they’re publicly stating that girls can’t actually be fans of games, because, you know, we’re girls! We like pretty ponies, and we still play with barbie dolls at the age of 21. Second, we shouldn’t actually be encouraging gamers to constantly wage war over whether a game (or a franchise) is good or not. They claim to be ‘encouraging healthy debate’, but this isn’t an effective or valid point in terms of debating: 'I hate it cos it's not on ps3. 'nuf said'
Neither is this: 'It's awesome cos it's fun and I get to shoot aliens'
You choose which comments to read out, so don’t read something like the above out and then say ‘Fair point, so and so, but we’re encouraging debate!’ All you’re really doing is opening up an old wound and telling people to figure out who made the first cut. This sort of thing is based on personal opinion, and when the people who you’re encouraging to debate have no knowledge of how a debate works, no decency and no literacy, you’ll just end up with a lot of trolls and cyber-screaming. STOP. IT.
In conclusion, I have decided it is time I let good game go. Goodbye, you shall not be missed.
And for the record, fluffy bunny presenters do NOT represent girl gamers.
Your brother comments on a photo that your friend posted on facebook a couple of weeks ago before you even knew about it. You’re not tagged in it, your brother isn’t friends with the friend who posted it, AND YOUR BROTHER LIVES IN THE UK! WHAT THE FUCK!?