This is where all awesome things eventually turn up

 

Ok I got tagged by lysandre-fairyflaremother to list my top 10 video games

  1. Fallout 3 - I waited a year to play this game and lost two playing it# no regrets
  2. Last of Us - If you own a PS3 or PS4 buy this. It’s not a game its art, with characters you genuinely care about and can sympathise with. 
  3. Kingdom Hearts 2 - I think I had a crush on everyone except possibly Yen Sid. Screw it Yen Sid too
  4. Saints Row 3 - Every line in this game is pure gold. I went in just so I could understand the plot for 4 and use the powers with impunity but I’ve never laughed so hard.
  5. FFXIII - Snow Villiers ‘nuff said
  6. Dishonoured - No other game will let you reduce NPC’s to rat feed.
  7. Grand Theft Auto 5 - Possibly the pinnacle of the PS3 experience.
  8. Pokemon Silver: I’d played other pokemon games before but Lugia rocked my world
  9. Far Cry 3 - I’m not sure I’d ever play it again but everyone should be made to play it once.
  10. FFXIV - I’ve only had it a month but a day hasn’t gone by that I haven’t spend at least an hour on it.

I can seriously vouch for these games guys, they will change you.

luxeware:

Lucy Liu is 45…let that sink in

That’s the way it works with Chinese women. They stay the same for about fifty years the bam menopause and they shrink by two feet

luxeware:

Lucy Liu is 45…let that sink in

That’s the way it works with Chinese women. They stay the same for about fifty years the bam menopause and they shrink by two feet

sniffing:

when you hear someone talking bad about something you like

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Is that Turk Malloy from Oceans 11???

Only 90’s kids will get this: inability to advance in any career due to economic downturn coupled with high boomer population refusing to retire.

nobodylovesringostarr:

nobodylovesringostarr:

Harry Potter AU instead of sorting hat, McGonnagal plays Lady Marmalade and see if the kid is lipsynching to Christina, Mya, Pink or Lil Kim 

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Christina…So wait does that make me a Slytherin?

The best piece of advice I can give when the real world closes in around you: breathe deep, eat chocolate and find a quiet place to rock out to a power ballad.
Listen to some Journey or Five for Fighting. It puts things in perspective.