daisy-more-like-davesy said: Hello there ^_^
good afternoon were you the nice anon or are you just saying hi
i welcome both things
when someone stops talking to you and youre not sure what you did wrong
Barry, can you but in a floating burger with eyes, smiling, gently floating right to left across the screen.
Thank you Barry
Justice in Spades! More Shovel Knight-comics!
Sometimes we come across works of fan fiction that are so beautifully crafted that they inspire us to our very core. They tell us tales of loss and hope; of tragedy and strife.
This is not one of those fics.
Witness one of the best badfic series of all time with John Freeman who was Gordon Freeman’s Brother!
- Half-Life: Full-Life Consequences
- Half-Life: Full-Life Consequences 2: What Has Tobe Done
- Half-Life: Full-Life Consequences: Hero Beggining
- Half-Life: Full-Life Consequences: Free Man
Oh man, I was actually the narrator for Free Man. I was totally awful compared to the others.
Still love these damn videos
If you ever hate or are embarrassed by the Naruto fandom, just remember it didn’t join in an alliance with One Piece and Bleach and make something embarrassing like SuperWhoLock.
meanwhile in england
- i am in a dress
- everybody you talk to opens conversation with ‘FUCK it’s hot’
- there are three hour long traffic jams for the beach
- everybody not at the beach is at home wailing that it’s too damn hot
- the shops have sold out of hair removal cream
it is 28°C how do you people do this ‘heat’ thing
americans laughing in the distance
australians laughing maniacly
South East Asians laughing intensely
I can’t exactly appreciate this post as England doesn’t even have AC in 90% of it’s buildings and the humidity in my region has been around a constant 70% - 96%. I’ve lived in the USA. It’s way easier to deal with the heat there— shit I’ve been to Las Vegas when it was 110 degrees Farenheit and that was casual mode.
Some people want to feel good about the dumbest things.
yeah the US ain’t got shit because it’s generally dryer. like when it’s dry heat all you gotta do is step out of the sun and you’ll cool down relatively quickly
like really humidity is the main factor determining how shit it feels when it’s hot because when it’s humid you just don’t lose heat. we regularly get temperatures of like 90 degrees Fahrenheit in South-East Asia, which doesn’t sound so bad, but it’s high humidity literally all the time.
For an idea of what that’s like, imagine a sauna, except 24/7.