“If you’re going through Hell, keep going.”
– Winston Churchill
Hey there. Normally, just like other tumblr users, I would fill this little box with information about myself. But it's the description of the blog, not the person.
I downloaded this mod because I thought it’d be funny, but it’s actually really terrifying in action, especially in conjunction with some immersion/difficulty mods. You’ll be in the midst of a quest, going off to kill some evil guy or save some jerk, fighting off some baddies when ALL OF A SUDDEN YOU HEAR THIS SARCASTIC SOUNDING CHEERY MUSIC AND HEAR THE DEMONIC TOOT TOOT OF A TRAIN AND YOU LOOK IN THE SKY BUT YOU CAN’T SEE WHERE IT IS AND THE TOOT TOOT GETS LOUDER AND YOU KNOW IT’S CLOSER BUT YOU STILL CAN’T FIND IT AND THEN A STREAM OF TRAIN FIRE SHOOTS FROM BEHIND YOU AND YOU’RE FUCKING DEAD
oh my god. thomas just fucking ollieing out into the goddamn sky
all you need to fucking know about weather in california
i hate Californians so much
No son, my school demographics are literally this:
and our statistics look like this:
Now please do not tell me anymore that my school isn’t a competitive Asian high school
not stereotypes. it’s the truth. omg.
i want to cry why do i go here
but you don’t.
jk sorry i love you
one guacamole is equal to 6.0221415×10²³ guacas
I’m disgusted by my ability to get this joke
one might even call it
Wolf Children: Ame & Yuki (おおかみこどもの雨と雪 Ōkami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki), 2012
Director: Mamoru Hosoda
- "Hana is a 19-year-old student who falls in a "fairy-tale like" love with a "wolf man". Over the course of the 13-year story Hana gives birth to two children - Yuki, and Ame, or "Snow and Rain". At first the family quietly lives in the city trying to hide their wolf heritage, but Hana makes the decision to move to a rural town, far from their previous city life, in order to let her children grow up how they choose - as either human or wolf.”
So I just watched this movie because of this post…and I bawled my gaddamn eyes out through the whole thing. What the hell you guys.