I still have no explanation as to why I put a flower on his head
A moment of silence to all the kids who can’t wait to become a teenager because they think it’s fun
Two hours of silence for all the teenagers who can’t wait to become adults because they think they’ll get to do whatever they want
a shot of vodka to all the 20 somethings who are coping with a lack of rent money by sitting around eating captain crunch in dinosaur PJs wishing they were actually a pre-teen again.
With every swipe of my tablet pen, does the battle within my brain rage on hopelessly, with the poor helpless nations of Hope, Inspiration, and Motivation against the ever-growing, fierce, and merciless empires of Self-Doubt, Frustration, and Sloth. Alas, even still the battle continues, each expendable soldier on either sides are utterly vanquished, wave after wave from sunrise to sunset.
The nobles of the nation of Inspiration entrust their wealth of Knowledge towards the mercenaries, known as Confidence. The prince of Hope calls forth his greatest ally, Perseverance, to take a stand. The Queen of Motivation summons the mighty beast of Experience to lay waste to her enemies.
But for nought, as the empires of Self-Doubt, Frustration, and Sloth bring with them unholy creatures: Mistakes. As the army of these empires fire Distractions by means of complicated and impressive siege weapons, General Uncertainty commands his troops rigorously through thick and thin, sword and shield, spear and bow.
A thick mist forms throughout the battlefield, a fog-of-war only called Judgement. Up above, a battle of the winds takes place. The winds of Ambition clash against the winds of Apathy. The sunlight of Passion is cut off by the shroud of Pessimism, as a storm brews as it always does.
As the clouds thicken and darken, the nation of Inspiration start to fall, as the Vision gryphons in the sky soon start to dissipate and eventually vanish. In it’s place, the dragons of Disbelief patrol and roar, shooting flames of Surrender from the sky onto the battlefield.
Once again, the nations of Hope, Inspiration, and Motivation fall one by one in order. With a lasting cry, Motivation dies not in a blaze of glory, but a pitiful defeat. The might empires give an uppity cheer, as they raze through the cities, pillaging and murdering.
Soon, the enemy is gone. But the war is far from over. For the nations of Hope, Inspiration, and Motivation are of a durable and adaptable race. The once glorious cities shall be rebuilt, the population returned, and the Dignity restored. For the nations are capable of beating back the evil empires, but how?
No sheer amount of mercenaries, bandits, slaves, or even conscripts could hold fast the enemy. Across the seas of the surrounding land of Shramper, beyond vast Mountains of Stubbornness, through the Schedule Valley, and over the plains of Education, can the nations of Hope, Inspiration, and Motivation find the support they need.
'dude i love video games'
'except for nintendo hahaha that's for kids'
and it is the most important line ever spoken in the history of our series
if you don’t reblog this i am judging you
this is the very essence of our fandomit is our originsso reblog now
Look at how young and not nearly as emotionally scarred he looks.
FUCKING THANK YOU
If you call a woman a murderer for having an abortion you’re the worst kind of person and I hope you drown in a bowl of cheerios you stupid fuck.
WHY ARE THERE NOT MORE NOTES ON THIS
do ya ever bring your pet up to a mirror and ur like “that you”
Great Stitch for closing up seams. I use it sometimes when I want to close up a regular lining neatly (although I’m sure there’s better stitches for that)
Remember when Never Have I Ever games used to be like “never have I ever had sex *giggle*”
Now it’s like “never have I ever had a six person orgy in a broom closet” and people are all like “crap, I’m out.”
I shall give this wretched world the queen it deserves.
Degrees of Emotion
It annoys me to no end when people have a bad day and talk about how “depressed" they are. So, I made some emotional scales. These show the extremes of emotions and the most minimal state of the emotion.
This can also be helpful with writing