If you’re ever wondering if our friendship is at a certain level yet, just assume it is.

I’ll be okay with whatever it is you’re worried about doing/not doing in front of me

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m-azing:

yetanotherplayer:


hexenwolf:


youaredeceptivelycomplex:


hexenwolf:


IF I COULD I WOULD PUT AN N7 STRIPE ON MILLA AND THEN MAKE EVERYONE ELSE LOOK LIKE ME1 SQUADDIES BECAUSE THIS IS INT. MAKO OKAY





bless your fucking white cotton socks i love you


every mission in the mako should count as a loyalty mission


#WE RIDE TOGETHER WE DIE TOGETHER #AND THOSE TWO THINGS MAY BE DIRECTLY RELATED
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m-azing:

yetanotherplayer:

hexenwolf:

youaredeceptivelycomplex:

hexenwolf:

IF I COULD I WOULD PUT AN N7 STRIPE ON MILLA AND THEN MAKE EVERYONE ELSE LOOK LIKE ME1 SQUADDIES BECAUSE THIS IS INT. MAKO OKAY

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bless your fucking white cotton socks i love you

every mission in the mako should count as a loyalty mission

#WE RIDE TOGETHER WE DIE TOGETHER #AND THOSE TWO THINGS MAY BE DIRECTLY RELATED

reblogging again for those tags

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Quality late night conversation with shorthair-and-starwars last night

Quality late night conversation with shorthair-and-starwars last night

taychilling:

theblackclitocracy:

s-stevens:

Architecture Studio, a new set from Lego, comes with 1,210 white and translucent bricks. More notable is what it lacks: namely, instructions for any single thing you’re supposed to build with it. Instead, the kit is accompanied by a thick, 277-page guidebook filled with architectural concepts and building techniques alongside real world insights from prominent architecture studios from around the globe. In other words, this box o’ bricks is a little different. Where past Lego products might have had the happy ancillary effect of nurturing youngsters’ interest in architecture, here, that’s the entire point.

Seventy-three different kinds of bricks are included in the set. But bricks are easy to find. It’s the guidebook that’s truly new. Its pages offer accessible overviews of basic architectural concepts, along with illustrated exercises for exploring them in Lego form. Pages on negative space and interior sections, for example, encourage budding builders to think not only about how their miniature creations look from the outside but also in terms of what sorts of spaces they contain within them.

I almost want this.

oh my gOD 

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legitimatecacti:

commander shepard rattling off monologues from human scifi movies every time she has to make a speech and the humans in the team just snorting under their breath while the aliens are like “wow did she just make this up out of nowhere? this is amazing”

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aneternalscoutandabrownie:

jamesmdavisson:

So far, I have been enjoying the Adventures of Business Cat a great deal, possibly more than is appropriate for an adult human. (All of these are from the webcomic Happy Jar)

UPDATE: Now with more Business.

YES ALL THE BUSINESS CAT STRIPS IN ONE PLACE

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  • Confidence Level: Ray Narvaez Jr. yelling "eucalyptus" in the Jeopardy Let's Play.

happilysuffering:

tentacuddles:

happilysuffering:

I cant stop taking pictures of myself. Ff

MATOI RYUKO

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KIRYUIN  SATSUKI

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trugami asked: 372

Cute.

Cute cute cute cute. Cute cute. Cute cute cute, cute?

Cute! Cute cute cute Omegle, cute cute cute.

Cute…. Definitely cute.

  • Cute
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  • Cute

But if I had to summarize everything into one word, I guess it would be “pineapple”. Or cute.

Anonymous asked: what's your secret obsession

I have quite a few obsessions, but I’m not sure if any of them are really secrets!

I tend to be passionate to a fault about my ambitions, and that often includes loud, anime protagonist-esque outbursts about my dreams.

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