If Steven doesn’t eventually charge into battle with that magnificent pink beast, then I am going to be severely disappointed.
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Excuse me, we handle otp feels, notp hate, character deaths, and a shit ton of other stuff. We are not “weak ass anime nerds”.
get the hell out my face nerd
LIKE I’VE BEEN SAYIN THIS SINCE FOREVER
In Spanish, when you want to encourage someone not don’t give up, you tell that person: “Lechuga” which is the short pronunciation of “never give up” in Spanish.
This is truly meaningful and gorgeous.
the only reason y’all hate jennifer lawrence is because there’s a convenient little list of everything bad she’s said floating around the internet and you read it and decided yes she’s a horrible person. what if someone compiled a list of everything stupid and ignorant you’ve ever said and done and sent it to everyone they know. are you a bad person? probably not. are you gonna seem like one? probably
|—||Everyone, Pompeii, 79 A.D. (via ahkep)|
I’m a lifelong, die-hard New Yorker, and I always will be. And I’m not talking the State, I’m talking New York City. The rest of the state isn’t good for much except farmland and scenery. I don’t care that our capital is upstate—the only people who really give a damn about it either live there or work there. Long Island isn’t good for much either, frankly.
New York City is where it’s really at. We’re the subject and setting of innumerable films; we’re home to the borough of Queens, the most ethnically/culturally diverse geographical area in the entire world; we were the original capital of the United States; we’re the second wealthiest city in the world; the United Nations, the seat of international diplomacy, is located on Manhattan’s East side. Lady Liberty was and often still is the first glimpse immigrants get of America. There are so many more reasons we’re an amazing place, but this would turn into a college thesis.
Obviously, I’m not saying New York City is perfect, but compared to the rest of the country, there’s no contest. Barring financial or career reasons, I would never choose to live anywhere else in the U.S. No other city holds any permanent appeal to me, and I really don’t understand what appeal they have to begin with.
People always claim we’re the rudest, most arrogant people in the country, and it’s obvious these people have either never been here or have only visited. I’ve visited lots of different parts of the country, and different parts of Europe, and never have I ever felt that the people there were particularly politer than New Yorkers (in fact, in a few cases, they were even ruder). My opinion is that the people who like to whine and bitch about us and fear-monger about “the big city” are just too weak-minded and not cut out for New York. I’ve heard people come here and bitch about it being “so much different than back home”—well, what did you expect? Why did you go on vacation if you wanted it to be like “back home”? Get tough or fuck off.
TL;DR, New York City really is the greatest city in the world, and I would never willingly live anywhere else.
Chicago is way better though