meteoritis:

going to a concert tonight !!

meteoritis:

bedhead+hat hair is not a good combination

heterophobianca:

livin a life of constantly being a little bit sleepy and mildly turned on

nurdsite:

My buddy Tom baked a cake for his Argentinian friend to cheer her up after the world cup loss.

…They are no longer friends.

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ageekyfemmeforeveringlasses:

Not paying bills



trixuqueen:

Found this on an audio book that Gideon Emery did and thought I’d share because it made me laugh so hard!

From the audio book preview for The Genesis Secret by Tom Knox.

meraiza:

More animation sketches [x]

nikewear replied to your post: there is only one person i’m ever real…

At me next time

not u 

there is only one person i’m ever really excited to hear back from after not talking to them which happens surprisingly often and they just messaged me again great timing too 

crossyloid:

This scene is so fucked up. Like, not even the choking or the batshit chairtossing, just the way he emotionally responds to Asuka in general.  

Shinji is NOT emotionally equipped to bond with people. The abandonment issues with his father, emotional trauma, depression, and misanthropy are all mushed together in this awful mess of wanting someone to connect with him so he has no way of failing, but not wanting someone in his space. Wanting friends and family, but not wanting any sort of negative emotions clouding these relationships. Wants someone to support him and his truckload of issues, but having the person have easily conquerable obstacles for him to help with in turn.

Kaworu was a precision Shinji-bomb; appearing at the exact time Shinji needed him, giving Shinji the exact sort of emotional response he wanted, giving Shinji clear signals so that Shinji feels he can reach across the bridge between them without any risk of failing and screwing the relationship up. Weird, preternatural good-naturedness; Kaworu just isn’t the sort of person to take his negative feelings out on Shinji, which is appealing. Kaworu didn’t HAVE any problems; he’s just cool and gay. Cool gay guy in love with Shinji. The entire purpose of Kaworu was to outline what Shinji wants.

And here, in this scene, Asuka is the exact opposite of what Shinji wants. She refuses to connect. She takes her bad mood out on him. She shuts off his attempts to connect with her. She outlines everything Shinji is scared of and compounds his anxieties even more. Her problems are MASSIVE, way more severe than Shinji’s, and he can’t do anything to help with it, especially in such a weak emotional state. Shinji’s reaction is a glorious movement of fulfilment to the horrible, quiet pain of the last handful of episodes.

The ending was super confusing and needs a manual to keep the canon straight but WOW this really paid the character arc off. 10/10