Life tip: do not rely on a cell phone, especially a prepaid cell phone, as your only means of being contacted.
In an emergency, always, always have a back up plan.
This PSA brought to you by a sick salesperson who spent the last hour getting screamed at by a customer too emotionally distraught to problem-solve or listen to 4 employees trying to problem solve for him.
saehral replied to your post: first you lose your pants, then you lose your life
I still want the Great Pajama Vampire Adventures :[
Shit yeah we need to get on that. :B
A game I want to exist, lets call it “Psycho Scramble” because “Horror Trope Survival Pac-Man” and “Capture the Pants” aren’t good names.
A multiplayer game in a top-down labyrinth a la Pac Man, where all players are sexy teenagers on the run from a murderous psychopath. Speed boosts and defense power-ups may allow for narrow escapes, but players may inhibit their opponents by stealing items of clothing, which both slows them down and attracts the psycho to them. Or as a simpler idea; more clothing = move faster, less likely to be caught, less clothing the opposite, and there is only so much clothing to go around so players must steal it from each other to survive.
On second thought, I also want to play a game called Capture the Pants.
‘tsundoku’ - the Japanese word for buying books & not reading them, leaving them to pile up.
Is it the same word when you do this with games or… >_>
2 best things
I can’t handle Lumpy Space Carver oh my god ahahaha
Found the bottom of that rabbit hole: the Black Velvet Painting settings
varric I have wronged you
why are the lines emphasizing his chest hair why is that happening adobe
ETA: On the other hand Anders is glowing blue and getting pulled apart in the middle there isn’t he goddammit this stupid filter is even better at visual metaphors than me DX
The Hobbit: An Unexpectedly Sexy Orc
“The night I was cast, I went out and bought The Empire Strikes Back and Jaws. My goals were to get a voice as sinister as Darth Vader and the menacing physicality of the shark. It’s so easy to take these big beasts – these ferocious characters – and cook them at ten the whole time. But I wanted to have this circling, steady presence that would suddenly attack randomly. Peter allowed me to make a lot of adjustments. Being a Maori, in the scene where I’m beating up Thorin, I rocked back on my warg, raised my eyes up and did this look that in the Maori world is called ‘pukana’. You show the enemy the whites of your eyes. It just happened instinctively and at the end of the take I said, “Peter, I think I pukana-ed!” I didn’t think he’d use it, but sure enough, when I went down to the premiere with a bunch of Maori friends, there it was.”
Manu Bennett on the process of creating Azog
(Source: weta digital, via kassa-fabrication)