You're an island of reality in an ocean of diarrhea.
Track: you seriously don't fuck the dog
why do we do that? why do I do that? why do I do that? yeeeeeeaaaaaah pretty pretty pleeease don’t you ever ever feeeeel like you’re less thaaaaan fucking perfeeeeect pretty pretty please if you ever ever feel like you’re nooothing you’re fucking perfect to meeeeeeeeeeeeeee you’re perfect! you’re perfeeect
- all of the college students during finals week (via pursuitofbeing)
Oh I intend to.
i like how all those dudes are ‘wahh prof. sycamore is SEXUALIZED to SELL TO WOMEN!!’ and its like prof. sycamore aint even sexualized like all he is is an attractive modestly dressed dude like women gamers gotta deal with battle bikinis and watermelon sized titties and these dudes cryin about a fella with nice hair and a cute smile like lmao get on my level
The first two lines of 30 Rock.
That’s not what’s really happening there. DiZ isn’t claiming that Riku never told him his name, or that he never knew Riku’s name, he was intentionally making a “wise joke” of sorts, by intentionally recalling the moment (a very critical moment for both of their characters) where he asked Riku (in the form of Xehanort’s Heartless) what his true name was, as in, who he believed he really was. When Riku at the time answered “Ansem”, DiZ laughed out of shame over the damage he had caused, that Riku was so ashamed of who he was that he honestly believed himself to be no better than the man who had put his heart into ruin.
Both characters in KH3D had gone through so much, developed so much, that when DiZ asks him for his name again, it isn’t an oversight or anything like that. DiZ is intentionally bringing to Riku’s mind the time he was so ashamed of himself that he thought his true self was Ansem. He is doing so, to see if Riku has changed, and if Riku will acknowledge that change. And Riku knows this, which is why he laughs — a kind, heartfelt laugh — and says,proudly, happily, I’m me.
It’s one of the most beautiful, poignant, and understated moments in the series. And it makes me tear up every time.