My birthday is coming up soon.
Literally my only wish is to be able to play some form of tabletop rpg
that is like
my one wish.
It won’t happen
but that’s it.
I’m looking at my options
if I want to do anything with religious studies, I’d need a doctorate.
And apparently the closest place that offers one in Religious Studies is Florida.
Oh dear I certainly do have a long road ahead of me. -___-
OKAY SO A FRIEND OF MINE PUT THIS ON FACEBOOK
and oh my god
okay this was yearbook day on my junior year
and we were all bored as hell, because our english teacher was the one in charge of yearbooks
we raided her prop closet and snuck out of class and paraded around the school, picking up students and taking them around the school with us like a band of fucking adventurers.
the greatest thing I ever did in High School
I think it’s kind of funny how like half the time I’m this religious scholar with aims at divinity and self mastery and whatnot
yet I’m still all up in necromancy and hexes and curses and shit.
think those two go together. :I
I am awake a 8 a.m.
Today is going to be a Mass Effect marathon day.
0% Walking to my toilet, brb.
30% You’re kinda cute, I guess.
50% Small crush, nbd.
65% Ok more of a crush, nbd ; I still need to get to know you.
80% I really want to talk to you…
95% Me, you, bed.
100% Will you be mine?
Wow I am really fucking angry right now.
the absolute fucking best, non?
AHAHAHA NOT QUITE, OP, NOT QUITE
FUCKING NAILED IT
I had seen the original making the rounds. Glad to see it got a proper rebuttal.
Oh snap, OP.
…Okay, so basically your rebuttal of this boils down to:
It’s absolutely okay to say nasty things to other people because the inverse is exponentially worse.
Ironically, in making this supposition you miss the ENTIRE FUCKING POINT
of the original post
“Hey, let’s not be dicks to each other, just for the sake of not being dicks!”
apparently that’s a bad thing.