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alecgrosso:

This is my first ever GIF animation! ^-^

As one of my all time favorite 3rd generation Pokemon, I am very excited for Mega MetagrossI like to play competitively, so the addition of the ability tough claws, and a boost to most of its stats blows my mind. I can’t believe it’s been over 10 years since I played the first Ruby and Sapphire versions as a kid. 

sandandglass:

Want to die. Don’t have the guts to do it.

I remember that feeling.

If there were painless ways to go, I would have done it. If the chance of failure didn’t risk being paraplegic and then being unable to try again, I would have done it. If there wasn’t a chance that I’d be caught and have to explain myself, and explain why I thought I should die, even though I wasn’t sure my answer was even worth it, because I knew there were others who suffered more and did not stoop as low as I so wished to, then I might have done it. If I didn’t have to worry about those few people who would miss me when I was gone, because they did not deserve to be hurt by my passing, as I didn’t want to die if it meant hurting others, then I would have done it.

Suicide is a terrible thing, even if you never begin to attempt it, because the sheer weight of the desire pulls you further down into depression. I do not know your circumstances, and not everything about our experiences is the same, but I do know what you are going through.

So please, believe me when I tell you that it gets better. Our moods and thought processes are largely contextually based, so going to a different environment will drastically improve your mood, as well as give you a chance to form new habits and such. In my case, it was moving to a new town that reset my mind and allowed me to shed my depression and suicidal thoughts.

For you, it could be anything. Maybe it will be after graduate, and go to live elsewhere. Maybe it will be small at first, such as an extracurricular activity (I recommend one away from school and classes, as meeting different kinds of people helps form a new emotional context) where you can be your own, new person, if only for a little while each week.

Your future is not limitless; no one’s is. But there is still hope there, and happiness that you will have never conceived of before. Change will be your light, and the world will become a happier place. Hold onto hope, because it does get better. When you reach the future, you won’t believe all of the things you almost missed out on - you’ll be astounded.

vinebox:

shouldnt:

SHE IS REAL

SHE IS REAL

makanidotdot:

this is my only hypothesis

rufftoon:

bryankonietzko:

flameo-ferret:

I DON’T THINK THIS HAS BEEN DONE YET

Well this helped cheer me up.

Yes!

rufftoon:

bryankonietzko:

flameo-ferret:

I DON’T THINK THIS HAS BEEN DONE YET

Well this helped cheer me up.

Yes!

marinermo:

quentinscutie:

hairy-legs-and-homestuck:

Muggleborns at Hogwarts
(1/?)

I lost my shit at stomp stomp clap

I like to think that somewhere, a group of muggleborn musicians called “Mudbloods With Attitude” would be formed.

gailsimone:


the preeminent gail simone of our time


Still a huge problem.

gailsimone:

the preeminent gail simone of our time

Still a huge problem.

fuckyeahmargot:

lilo15:



A brief Bat break while I die of laughter.

fuckyeahmargot:

lilo15:

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A brief Bat break while I die of laughter.

When in doubt, the rule of threes is a rule that plays well with all of storytelling. When describing a thing? No more than three details. A character’s arc? Three beats. A story? Three acts. An act? Three sequences. A plot point culminating in a mystery of a twist? At least three mentions throughout the tale. This is an old rule, and a good one. It’s not universal — but it’s a good place to start. –
Chuck Wendig (via writingquotes)

nodaybuttodaytodefygravity:

All hail the reigning queens of 2014