is the sound that my anxiety makes
subtle-petrichor replied to your post: I tried joining Nerdcrafteria today and got overwhelmed. Minecraft: The product of a man saying “I want to play with legos… but I don’t want to put them away”
ive been waiting my whole life for this gifset
My spirit animal.
Minecraft, man. It’s amazing how a simple game can get super complex.
All valid points. These are the kinds of things we’ve talked a lot about in media classes I’ve taken at school. When you really examine movies, television, etc, it’s surprising the lack of diversity among female characters versus male characters in everything from appearance, race, personality types, etc.
I hate when the power goes out. What am I supposed to do, cross stitch in the dark? This isn’t 1776 and my name ain’t Betsy Ross.
I read an article on Buzzfeed which talked about classic TV shows where characters got out of the “Friendzone” and it got me to thinking. In the overwhelming majority of cases, the “friendzone” storyline focuses on a guy “finally getting the girl.” Why it is that it is so hard to find an example of the reverse- where a girl is the one who gets out of the zone?