Posted 6 months ago

razzle1337:

Want to win a Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Ranger Key Pack?

Reblog this post and a winner will be randomly chosen from those who reblog it. A winner will be posted Friday night, 3/28! This giveaway is a Tumblr only contest and is restricted to US residents.

Visit the Ranger Key section of my blog for more information on Super Megaforce Legendary Ranger Keys.

Posted 9 months ago

Best picture from my #Disneyland trip. #paradisepier #californiaadventure #disney

Posted 9 months ago

My first #gokaiger #shfiguart! I know I should probably wait until the US release, but dammit I want that Darin. #powerrangers #supersentai #firstworldproblems

Posted 9 months ago
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Posted 1 year ago

tom-highdelsun:

towritelesbiansonherarms:

herochan:

World’s Mightiest: The Bat, The Steel, & The Avengers

Photographies by TheOneCam

ahahahaaaahhah

-cannotbreathe-

Posted 1 year ago

kupocakes:

So E3 in my mind, basically ended up being Microsoft killing themselves, Sony kicking their corpse a bit then dancing in their blood, and then nintendo came and cleaned up the blood and sprayed some febreze. 

Sounds about right.

Posted 1 year ago

sadhag:

you are allowed to terminate toxic relationships

you are allowed to walk away from people who hurt you

you are allowed to be angry and selfish and unforgiving

you don’t owe anyone an explanation for taking care of yourself

(Source: 420funeral)

Posted 1 year ago
I had an argument with a friend about a week ago, who is now no longer a friend. Upon further reflection on the exchange between us, I noticed a few things. 
I was accused of being judgmental, but she was the only one doing the judging.
I was accused of not having integrity, but she was the one spewing insults while I was trying to ease the tension and save the friendship.
I was accused of “talking shit,” when she has a reputation for being a gossiper. Apparently it’s okay for her to rant to a friend, but when I do it, it’s “talking shit.”
She kept pushing for a conversation, face-to-face, but she is the same person that jumped out of the car 7 years ago to avoid an argument. The same person who conveniently used a dying cell phone and a sick friend to get out of the conversation (Guess what? My phone was dying too). The same person in which no one has the heart to say anything remotely negative to, out of fear of an emotional breakdown.
This is the same person I once considered an extremely close friend; someone I confided in when I was sad, hurt and broken down. And unfortunately the same person who is willing to throw away 9 years of friendship without ever having the heart to even talk to me. 
I have kept my mouth shut for a long time now and won’t get into here. Every bit of frustration I have felt in the past 9 years, I have kept to myself because I understand that friends get mad at each other and get frustrated with one another, but friends deal with it and work it out. What’s the point of having a face-to-face conversation when her choice was already made? At this point, I was already blocked online and given several reasons why she had to get off her phone and end our conversation. 
The things that she said were hurtful. Not because they may or may not be true, but because they came from her. It showed how little she thought of me.
I realize that I am not the same person I was before. I was naive, giving, more open about who I was as a person. Not anymore. I am more guarded that I used to be and keep myself isolated out of fear of being hurt again. I hate it. But I am the way I am because of people like her.

I had an argument with a friend about a week ago, who is now no longer a friend. Upon further reflection on the exchange between us, I noticed a few things. 

  • I was accused of being judgmental, but she was the only one doing the judging.
  • I was accused of not having integrity, but she was the one spewing insults while I was trying to ease the tension and save the friendship.
  • I was accused of “talking shit,” when she has a reputation for being a gossiper. Apparently it’s okay for her to rant to a friend, but when I do it, it’s “talking shit.”
  • She kept pushing for a conversation, face-to-face, but she is the same person that jumped out of the car 7 years ago to avoid an argument. The same person who conveniently used a dying cell phone and a sick friend to get out of the conversation (Guess what? My phone was dying too). The same person in which no one has the heart to say anything remotely negative to, out of fear of an emotional breakdown.

This is the same person I once considered an extremely close friend; someone I confided in when I was sad, hurt and broken down. And unfortunately the same person who is willing to throw away 9 years of friendship without ever having the heart to even talk to me. 

I have kept my mouth shut for a long time now and won’t get into here. Every bit of frustration I have felt in the past 9 years, I have kept to myself because I understand that friends get mad at each other and get frustrated with one another, but friends deal with it and work it out. What’s the point of having a face-to-face conversation when her choice was already made? At this point, I was already blocked online and given several reasons why she had to get off her phone and end our conversation. 

The things that she said were hurtful. Not because they may or may not be true, but because they came from her. It showed how little she thought of me.

I realize that I am not the same person I was before. I was naive, giving, more open about who I was as a person. Not anymore. I am more guarded that I used to be and keep myself isolated out of fear of being hurt again. I hate it. But I am the way I am because of people like her.

Posted 1 year ago

“A person isn’t who they are during the last conversation you had with them - they’re who they’ve been throughout your whole relationship.” -Rilke

People like to rag on Smallville, but even now, two years after it ended, I still consider it one of my favorite shows. Sure, it had its low points, but there are aspects of the show that stick with me. 

One quote (in the title of this post) in particular comes to mind. Ironically, spoken by Lex. It reminds me that now matter how angry I may be with a friend to remember the good moments instead of the bad. Something so simple, but often neglected in the heat of the moment.