Tetropolis merges elements from Metroid and Tetris to create an entirely unique game, a Tetroidvania.
I recommend people to back this up if you enjoy Tetris and Castlevania.
Here’s some smiling Ben Paul gifs, because blue-eyed-blunder and I both agree there isn’t enough happy Ben.
i’m moving to an entirely different blog/account, so this gives three options -
a.) unfollow me as this blogwill become 100% inactive after 1:27pm mountain time, today. i’m keeping it up just so i can still have access to all my tags/references on here - handy for me, y’know.
2.) ignore this because who cares.
3.) if you wish to know the url of my new blog/account to follow me, please message me on this account and let me know. i’ll do my best to check back on this old account for any such messages for about a week or two.
due to personal reasons, i won’t be posting the new account/blog url/whatever it’s called on here - sorry!
thank you kindly, and thank you even kindlier for having been so kind! have a lovely day! ♥♥
Dragon Age Inquisition in Green
Bandlands National Park, South Dakota, USA.
Collecting rocks and photographs.
I am 1000% done with fat activism that doesn’t include double chins, bodies that aren’t hourglass or “pear” shaped, or fat WOC (ESPECIALLY dark skinned Black women).
"Idealized Fat", "Acceptably Fat", "GOOD FAT" is still exclusionary and harmful, and causes a lot of us to continue to hate ourselves. If you’re going to teach radically inclusive self-love, how about you step it up on the representation.
video gamesseries (in no particular order) → 2 / ? ↳ dragon age
"let me process this…"
It has come to my attention that many of my American friends have never seen Father Ted.
This is an intervention. It’s for your own good.
Father Ted is a classic british sit-com about three Irish Catholic priests living together in the tiny, remote parish of Craggy Island. Ted is an egotist, Dougal is an idiot, and Jack is a lecherous drunk. Beyond that, nothing I say can do justice to the places it goes.
It is one of the best-loved and least reverent bits of TV ever to come out of the UK, and if you have any taste at all for the bleak, the absurd or the downright surreal, you owe it to yourself to click these links. Each episode is only 25 minutes long, and more or less perfect from beginning to end.
Watch an episode. Watch four. It doesn’t really matter what order you see them in. Just…please. Do this thing and realise what has been missing from your life.
G’wan, g’wan, g’wan.
everyone please do yourself a favor and watch this show
g’wan g’wan g’wan
Someone at my school made these in response to my principal announcing a dress code that, as usual, only applied to girls, and I’m kind of proud