I kind of wish professors would give trigger warnings or something comparable for stuff they expect you to read or watch for class

I just watched a movie for one of my classes and it included stuff that genuinely made me feel like I was going to throw up

like I understand what the movie was doing with it but at least warn me of that

just had a very enjoyable virtual seder with Laura :D

only took three hours

Reminder to people to please tag posts with food in them with #food or something like that! Thanks.

I finish the homework I’d been putting off and go to start a gamecube game I hadn’t played before as a reward

"insufficient space on memory card"


The Final Destination stage over the Super Smash Bros. games.




  • liking a piece of media does not automatically mean you think it is perfect or agree with its creators
  • even if you are not openly critical of it
  • because you don’t HAVE to be openly critical of it
  • there is an enormous difference between being an apologist for something and wanting to dwell on the good parts of a thing you like because it makes you happy, please stop conflating these two things
  • not talking about the flaws of a thing does not mean you do not recognize the flaws of a thing
  • nobody has to apologize for liking what they like and nobody should be shamed for liking a thing
  • your fave is problematic too
  • also
  • you are not a better person than someone just because your favorite piece of media is less problematic than theirs
  • you aren’t


Dude, yes.

Added to: just because I don’t talk about it on Tumblr, doesn’t mean I don’t talk about it at all. Just means I choose my area of discourse. 



fun fact: you don’t cure depression by telling me i have nothing to be sad about

another fun fact: you dont cure anxiety by just getting up and doing whatever it is that makes you anxious


'oh gross it's dark chocolate i hate dark chocolate' 


give it to me