I wonder how many non-homestucks have reblogged this
Here’s a rose someone left on the beach
Here’s another rose someone left on the beach
I’m not even in this fandom and I know that this was a nono
Gif collection from my latest video. See it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPw8C1fID80
The reason I love video games
Okay. So I was having a really rough day today when this came to mind. The following names only came to mind, they are not real people that I know. But, these are some examples of the crap that happens in schools, colleges, work, etc., and the fact that nobody really knows what is happening under that mask a person wears. I hope people read this and someday realise that what a person is like, most likely is that way due to experiences in his/her life, and that one should not judge another based on what they are like before actually knowing the person.
Backstory: He grew up in a chaotic household and area where he had to literally fight to defend himself and survive.
In School: Always gets into fights because he feels threatened often.
Madeline: Shy and quiet.
Backstory: She grew up in a house where she’s always been abused. She doesn’t talk much at all because she’s got the mentality that if she speaks, she’ll be abused again. Whether it be being yelled at, or physically abused.
In School: She gets picked on because she always seems nervous.
Backstory: His arrogance is what keeps him confident. (Almost like fake confidence). His parents don’t care about him one bit and always talk him down because he’s gay and grew up in a homophobic family.
In School: People also talk him down and don’t want to hang out with him for “being a douchebag”.
Natalie: Always falling asleep in class.
Backstory: She stays up late at night protecting her siblings often whenever her father gets drunk. She often has bruises the next day, but never shows them or talks about them.
In School: People call her lazy and talk behind her back.
Alexander: Pokemon nerd.
Backstory: He hangs on to childhood movies, games, etc. because he lost his childhood at a young age and he’s trying to take it back.
In School: He gets picked on a lot and called “shrimp” often. People even shove him into lockers and destroy his property (trading cards, game devices, etc.).
Background: He grew up with Autism. True, his parents weren’t bad, but they weren’t great either. They still have trouble understanding him, but at least they care.
In School: People call him a freak, loser, retard, etc. because he’s different.
Luidvika: Typically shy and quiet.
Backstory: Lithuanian exchange student. She feels like she doesn’t belong in the school due to her accent, and furthermore, not being completely fluent in English. She just recently lost her mother in a car accident the day after she touched down in America.
In School: People make fun of her accent and when she speaks in her native tongue.
THINK ABOUT IT. You don’t know what a person has been through to shape them into who they are. You don’t know what someone might be going through. Making the risk of setting someone off could very well be the last thing they will ever hear, and could be the last time you see them. THINK before saying something. THINK before shoving the next guy you see into the locker or wall. THINK before calling that girl another insult. THINK. That’s all you have to do. Next time you see that person sitting by themselves, go join them and see if they’re alright. Next time you see someone being picked on, help them out! Don’t just stand there, do something about it!
SPREAD THE DAMN WORD
THAT WAS COOL
My hands are too small to do this effectively.
I wish I wasn’t iPod
if you’re on ipod you just hold down the reblog button
wtf just happened??
or, to make it easier, you can just press alt and then reblog!! :3
It works for everything else /but/ GoogleTV *sulks in her lonely corner of despair*
What would modern technology and social networks look like if they were vintage ads
This is a post gathered Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Skype, iMac, Nintendo Wii and Sony Playstation as if they were vintage ads.
Oh, these are gorgeous.