bitterly cold hawaiian 60 degree winters ohnooo. -sarcasm-
LOOK WTF I FOUND #throwbackage
THAN?!?!?! WHO THE HELL EDITED THIS YEARBOOK?!?!
oh highschool, how you sucked so bad it made me want to cry….all the terrible memories of people who I hated, all the people who were my friends back in the day and the awful memories with them that I had….and how I occasionally hang out with them during breaks because I miss having awful memories….
brail sign for blind people.
we were playing a SSBB drinking game and yeah….this didnt go well….
This happened to me earlier today.
IM FILIPINO SO IM MAKING FUN OF HER ACCENT OKAY?
this happened after i met this really awesome chick at nsf4
i was playing a gig and this guy just so happened to be on stage with me.
To any and all offended: Time for a crash course on the internet. Internet culture is strongly based around schadenfreude. In addition, another tenet of internet culture is that nothing is meant to be taken seriously. In other words, even if a person is a dick on the internet, or laughs at/cracks jokes at other people’s expense on the internet, this does not necessarily mean they are dicks in real life. I’ve laughed at sexist jokes, jokes about the Holocaust, etc. on the internet, not because I’m actually a bad person, but simply because I know that these jokes are never meant to be taken seriously.