1. blackvassal:

    soulgems:

    I was at main event today and when I was playing lazer tag this 10 year old boy ran up to me and told me I was ugly but I smiled and told him I thought he was very handsome and he blushed and apologized for insulting me then he protected me through the whole game and even shot his own teammates but the greatest part is that when his friend called him a traitor he rolled his eyes and turned to me and apologized for his friend being “a total noob”

    children

    Reblogged from: starklawz
  2. icaylasweetheart:

Take the time to read through. This is the most beautifully sarcastic thing I’ve ever read.

    icaylasweetheart:

    Take the time to read through. This is the most beautifully sarcastic thing I’ve ever read.

    Reblogged from: starklawz
  3. pricklystickers:

xekstrin:

door:

um

im gonna fuck the ghost

do not fuck the ghost

    pricklystickers:

    xekstrin:

    door:

    um

    im gonna fuck the ghost

    do not fuck the ghost

    Reblogged from: youamonkeytome
  4. paintedladyspirit:

I cannot begin to express how appreciative I am of what the Legend of Korra is doing in terms of addressing mental health. These last two episodes have blown me away. The writers have managed to craft a story with true depth and a sort of realism that’s so rare. I can honestly say I have never watched a show where the protagonist’s mental illness and/or struggles were treated with such respect and honesty.
I know I already wrote about this, but the latest episode (The Coronation) really sealed my impression with the inclusion of Korra’s scenes with Toph. Toph’s tough love approach was definitely what we all expected from her, but it was also something else. It was a perspective that is almost NEVER portrayed accurately - the really sucky, toxic, and sometimes near addictive aspects of mental illness.
When Toph accused Korra of not letting her remove the poison, I instantly thought back to my own experience with depression. At my darkest point, it was really hard to think about getting better. I couldn’t picture it, and honestly at times it felt easier to stay depressed. If I was always so tired and had a hard time even getting out of bed, then why even bother trying to get better? Being sad was hard, but putting effort into not being sad was even harder.
It was a vicious cycle that I’ve never been able to fully explain, but the fact that this show even metaphorically implied it is groundbreaking. (Of course, I only speak for myself and my personal experience, so do understand that I’m not trying to be spokesperson or anything).
Can you imagine if other shows were inspired to take the perils of mental illness head-on? So many more people would understand, or feel comforted. I’m just grateful that LOK is doing what it’s doing.

    paintedladyspirit:

    I cannot begin to express how appreciative I am of what the Legend of Korra is doing in terms of addressing mental health. These last two episodes have blown me away. The writers have managed to craft a story with true depth and a sort of realism that’s so rare. I can honestly say I have never watched a show where the protagonist’s mental illness and/or struggles were treated with such respect and honesty.

    I know I already wrote about this, but the latest episode (The Coronation) really sealed my impression with the inclusion of Korra’s scenes with Toph. Toph’s tough love approach was definitely what we all expected from her, but it was also something else. It was a perspective that is almost NEVER portrayed accurately - the really sucky, toxic, and sometimes near addictive aspects of mental illness.

    When Toph accused Korra of not letting her remove the poison, I instantly thought back to my own experience with depression. At my darkest point, it was really hard to think about getting better. I couldn’t picture it, and honestly at times it felt easier to stay depressed. If I was always so tired and had a hard time even getting out of bed, then why even bother trying to get better? Being sad was hard, but putting effort into not being sad was even harder.

    It was a vicious cycle that I’ve never been able to fully explain, but the fact that this show even metaphorically implied it is groundbreaking. (Of course, I only speak for myself and my personal experience, so do understand that I’m not trying to be spokesperson or anything).

    Can you imagine if other shows were inspired to take the perils of mental illness head-on? So many more people would understand, or feel comforted. I’m just grateful that LOK is doing what it’s doing.

    Reblogged from: zuzuthefirelord
  5. routineravenclaw:

this is the greatest thing I’ve ever done

    routineravenclaw:

    this is the greatest thing I’ve ever done

    Reblogged from: starklawz
  6. istehlurvz:

Last weeks episode I was like “lol that would be funny”
This weeks episode everything got too real.
I’ll just escort myself to hell bye

    istehlurvz:

    Last weeks episode I was like “lol that would be funny”

    This weeks episode everything got too real.

    I’ll just escort myself to hell bye

    Reblogged from: zuzuthefirelord
  7. Reblogged from: linbeifong
  8. blue-eyed-hanji:

    huffley6:

    silence4us:

    captainamerica-in-middle-earth:

    catherinecasper:

    I love Tumblr.

    The red light one kills me every time

    I lost my shit at the red light one.

    I wasn’t going to reblog this until I got to the red light. I am laughing so hard.

    always reblog the red light story

    Reblogged from: starklawz
  9. thatsveryood:

    moveslikekorra:

    (via equalistmako)

    Reblogged from: turtle-duck
  10. I never realized how much I missed tormenting the Avatar.

    Reblogged from: zuzuthefirelord
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