And this is what happens when a masterfully crafted katana collides with a masterfully crafted longsword.
Suck it, katana
suck my fuckin’ diiiick
Aren’t katanas and longswords made for different overall purposes tho
Katanas are slasher weapons made for cutting masterfully through human flesh so obviously it’s not gonna get through a fucking longsword which is really fucking thick and heavy and made for beating the shit out of people as well as hacking at armour
A katana would slice the shit out of you guys so idk what the fuck you’re so smug about
this is basically like driving a ferarri into a tank.
Now /that’s/ a metaphor
I think the smugness comes from the common trope that Katana’s and ‘Samurai Swords’ in general are so sharp and so strong that they could cut through anything; which as demonstrated by this gif, is clearly bullshit.
I’m seriously considering getting rid of my facebook account as I just don’t use it any more, and even when I do, I’m beginning to really hate using it.
It’s just a case of getting everything untied from facebook and then pulling that trigger.
in tonight’s sketch
edi kisses a smelly, diseased man
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There are multiple definitions of a virus. Jeff does not currently require a full system scan, merely one for body temperature. Despite the warmth of his skin, directing more fans onto his person will not accelerate the internal cooling process. For some reason, he prefers hot beverages to cold ones during this time. They cause his cheeks and nose to redden, his eyes to water. (There are multiple definitions of tears. It would appear they can simply be excess fluid leakage, rather than possessing any more complicated, emotional connotation.) Other excreta drips over his top lip. ‘I’m, like, krogan-in-heat levels of barfo disgusting,’ he says.
‘I do not agree with this consensus,’ she replies.
There are temperature sensors in the palm of her hand. She rests them against his forehead, under the fall of his messy hair, realizing his skin has excess moisture. He appears momentarily surprised by the gesture, as though it is familiar to him. Whether or not that is the case, the point remains that it is logical. Also, his forehead fits the contours of her palm. The body she inhabits does anticipate certain needs, not merely her own, quite satisfactorily. His nose continues to drip. There is a pile of medicated extra-soft tissues—with lotion—on the floor by the side of his bed. ‘Mount Moreau,’ he calls it, waving a delirious hand. ‘I claim this peak in the name of It’s the Goddamn future, so where the hell’s my cure for the common cold already?’
‘Pfft,’ he says, though perhaps it is a sneeze. ‘Science. Boo. Boo science.’
He looks at her through bleary eyes. His conversational abilities have suffered, though he is still capable of being entertaining. There is something else about the way he looks, though the basic assembly of his features has not changed. He considers himself disgusting but it is not disgust that she synthesizes when gazing at him, clutching his mug of soup. (‘The kind with the little alphabety animal thingies in it,’ he requested earlier. That was an unexpected mission into requisitions, yet not without its rewards. He held up one of them and said, ‘Hey, look. An elcor!’ then ate it. Humor is remarkable in its multifaceted adaptations.)
He is…cute, she supposes. This way. ‘Your suffering appeals to me,’ she says.
‘That was a joke,’ he supplies.
It was not. Or it was an infinite jest. But she kisses him without fear of saliva-born infection. ‘Yay science,’ she says.
(He later believes he hallucinated that.)
Okay, I realize that I’m preaching to the choir, because none of my followers have ever done this to me, but:
Please do not remove my text from my 28 Days of Commander Shepard posts. The purpose of the meme is to write about Shepard. I only added pictures because, well, I like making edits and I just wanted to do it as part of the meme.
I appreciate reblogs, I really do, but removing the text takes away the whole purpose of the meme.
Why on Earth (in the Milky Way, given the context) would anyone remove the text? I mean, it’s the best part of those posts, aside from the fact that they’re the point of the posts in the first place.
Let others know:
Things get better when you share. =3
” your otp is what you are subconsciously looking for in a relationship “
#ohhh you mean never being canon thats great thanks
So, I wan’t a xenophiliac relationship with a woman whose immune system makes it dangerous to be physically intimate with her; oh, and if I want to have a happily ever after with her, I just have to be happy with committing genocide.
My Tumblr Crushes:
Not done this before, figured I should at least do it once.
I’ll never understand why some guys think girls like traditionally nerdy stuff “to trick teh poor menz and have sex with them” and think it’s a bad thing. Like…where’s the drawback?
if you are incorrect in your assumption (which there’s a 99% chance you are), you have now found another human being who is equally as nerdy as you are and can have an equally engaging and in-depth discussion as any of your other friends. plus chances are she’s easier on the eyes.
if you ARE correct, your chances of getting laid have just skyrocketed
where’s the drawback? why the shaming? why the hate?
It’s agianst his protocol to impersonate a deity?
How do you program that into a robot?
“No actin like a god”
“Awww, fuck you creator”
I’ve always been under the impression that Droids in the Star Wars universe are essentially second class citizens. In that they have no inherent rights.
Of course, I’ve not read any of the extended universe novels, so I don’t know how accurate that is.
But the fact that people can own a Droid, when it’s been fairly demonstrated that they’re sapient entities, or at least appear that way to us, shows that to me, at the least.
As such, Droids could be programmed to not take any positions of authority, even, or particularly among pre-space flight civilisations; including, of course, acting as a deity.
“Every Every Every Generation Has Been The Me Me Me Generation” by Elspeth Reeve for The Atlantic Wire
Millennials are the “ME ME ME GENERATION,” writes Joel Stein for Time magazine’s new cover story out today — which makes him only the latest culture writer in the last century or so to declare the youth self-obsessed little monsters.
I’d have reason to believe that this author would actually be right on the money compared to all of the others though. I mean, why ELSE would anyone think of themselves to be so fucking important that they needed 1800 PICTURES OF THEMSELVES uploaded to a website for people to see? (With the exclusion of models.) With no particular reason behind it other than “Haa, it’s a Selfie!”
I mean, you’d have to be a self-obsessed little monster to think it was cool to take a shitload of “selfies”
Seriously, do you honestly believe that if those other generations had access to social media when they were young, they wouldn’t do exactly the same thing?
Every new generation gets painted with the same brush, it’s just more stark these days because we’re able to communicate ourselves much more effectively to a much larger audience now.
and that’s why, when I give birthday greetings, I congratulate people on successfully completing another orbit around our nearest star
(Source: tgwb, via reyairia)
I will say this once. And I hope you guys will heed it. The 12 regenerations thing was made canon by FANS. FANS are the ones that took it to heart because it was said once or twice in classic who. There have been multiple different incarnations of the Doctor that have given completely conflicting accounts of how many regenerations a Time Lord has. However, it was also widely known that regeneration was REGULATED by the Time Lords. They limited it to twelve. It’s safe to assume that when the Doctor got rid of the them, the limit on himself was lifted or he did something during the Time War to ensure that he would keep living unless he chose to not regenerate. Adding onto that point, anyone who thinks the series should end when the 13th Doctor is eventually met with a fatal situation is stupid. Doctor Who has the potential to go for another 50 years with multiple more Doctors. The 12 regeneration limit thing was said barely twice and everyone took it to heart for no reason. There was a limit because the Time Lords regulated it. It’s safe to assume that limit is gone since they’re gone or that it was lifted during the Time War to ensure they wouldn’t die permanently during battle. —
furthermore, why would the BBC drop a highly successful show just for the sake of what really comes down to a minor story detail? it’s like “oh, someone said this decades ago and the fans all agree on it, looks like we have to close it and stop making money now” right? (via youplaythewhat)
Besides, even if the 12 regenerations thing is properly canon, it doesn’t matter anyway, there have been so many things that have happened in the show that could be used as an explanation for circumventing that limitation.
Just, cannibalism as a practice is just so fucking fascinating. Like, no one even questions why the consumption of human flesh is so taboo in western society, when many cultures partake in it both ritually and in everyday life. From a practical standpoint, it makes perfect sense, especially where food is scarce. If someone dies of natural causes or from a non-communicable health issue, why not eat them? I mean we are made of meat, after all.
Eating Human makes you more susceptible to Prion Diseases, if I recall correctly, things like Kuru and CJD.
Of course, eating Human doesn’t guarantee you’ll get them immediately (in the same way that eating a Steak (from a cow, that is) doesn’t guarantee that you’ll get CJD, but I believe that the odds of it happening are greater.
It’s probably been a year since the last time it worked for me, at least in Chrome.