Minecraft comic series by
This is a really cool take on how Minecraft would work ‘realistically’. Love it!
Hooooooooooooooooooooly fuck that’s awesome.
Literally the best interpretation of Minecraft I have ever seen I really want more.
When he looked up to see a sign reading, “London Underground.”
For senior project I proposed to complete eight pages of my kids book, start to finish. It was a lot of fun and I learned a lot by working with both my professors on this.
I’ll be continuing this project on my own time, for sure. So expect more of this.
this is literally what i have been saying since i was born
four for you Pope Francis, you go Pope Francis
I’m so happy right now.
ITS TRANSPARENT YOU JUST CAUGHT MY BLOG.
Everyone needs a transparent pokeball on your blog, you just have to.
Forgive the length, there’s no “Read More” on a phone.
There are two different types of books.
There are easy books. I call them nonthinking books. They’re fun. They tend to be a quick read. They’re not work. You’ll never feel the need to take notes on an easy book. They’re the Michael Bay movies of the book world. You read them because you want to have fun, not because you want to analyze the hell out of something.
Then there are hard books. Serious books, not necessarily in tone, but in weight, in value. Books that shape your view of the world and etch themselves into your perspective. Books you read to better yourself. Books that affect who you are as a person. They can be unpleasant. They can be infuriating. They’re the ones you spend the next six months bitching about because you can’t get them out of your head.
You need both kinds of books, but for different reasons. When you’ve come home after a long day and you just want to relax, you reach for your easy books. Your teen-vampire novels, your Nicholas Sparks, your early-series Harry Potter (although someone will kill me for naming it). And when you’re rested and have the energy, or you want to ponder something with a little more substance, you’ve got the serious stuff. Your classics, your Shakespeare, your All Quiet On The Western Front, your *late*-series Harry Potter. Those are the books that challenge you, and make no mistake, you need your abilities and thinking to be challenged for them to improve.
And it’s not a matter of age range or fancy words. The Hunger Games was written for young adults and it’s definitely a thinker. Most (but not all) of the Star Wars books were written for adults but are easy fun reads. Probably the best example, The Butter Battle Book is a DR. SEUSS book, and is an extremely serious, heavy read.
But that doesn’t make it better or worse. If you read only easy books, you cheat yourself out of the chance to stretch your intellect. And if you read only the heavy stuff, I hope you enjoy your eventual mental burnout. In my biased opinion, I might say that we as a culture tend towards the easy books, because they’re more mass-marketable. But you need both, not one or the other.
Except Twilight. Nobody needs Twilight.
someone said summarize season one of teen wolf in 10 words or less so
Omg before I go, though, I have to tell you guys, my mom let me look at her copy of the DSM-V (ah, wistful sigh of longing!) and ASEXUALITY IS EXPLICITLY MENTIONED MY OH MY WHAT A WONDERFUL DAY~
If a lifelong lack of sexual desire is better explained by one’s self-identification as “asexual,” then a diagnosis of female sexual interest/arousal disorder would not be made.
The diagnosis itself is pretty problematic, but LOOK- THERE! Asexuality is a thing and it’s legitimate!
Google lets you search by animated GIF now
1. Put your username in image search.
2. Select “animated” under search tools.
3. Post result.
It’s so… awkward.
I DON’T UNDERSTAND
I am a sad, sad doomsday moon.
Legit, actually - since I made that.
(pst if you haven’t watched the Chronicles of Alexander Hawthorn yet, you’re missing out)