I AM GIVING AWAY HOMESTUCK
Okay no, but I am giving away some Homestuck merchandise which is pretty cool too. Just as a little thank you for the 700+ followers and all the encouragement you guys offer me on a daily basis. <3
P R I Z E S
- 1st Prize: God Tier Pullover Hoodie / Zipper Hoodie of choice
- 2nd Prize: Homestuck T-Shirt of choice
- 3rd Prize: Homestuck Pin Set of choice
+ All prizes are from Whatpumpkin.com, and I’m willing to have these shipped internationally, as long as you don’t live on the top of some obscure Tibetan mountain no one has ever heard of.
+ If the prize you want is sold out, I am more than happy to either A) forward the prize money to your paypal or B) hold onto the money myself until the item in question is back in stock.
+ Obviously, you must be willing to supply me with your shipping address, or I’ll just keep the prizes for myself, thats fine too.
R U L E S
- Reblog ONCE please. :( No one wants to see this on their dashboard a hundred times.
- Likes count
- Play nice with others
- I probably left out something important…
- Ends Saturday, March 31st, 2012
Always, always re-blog.
This is apparently coming out in 3 days.
In 3 days, I’m going to start to be a total jogging addict, I think
i’ll finally lose weight
Alex look we can exercise now! :D
Scientific Attempt To Create Most Annoying Song Ever
An online poll conducted in the ’90s set Vitaly Komar, Alex Melamid and David Soldier on a quest to create the most annoying song ever. After gathering data about people’s least favorite music and lyrical subjects, they did the unthinkable: they combined them into a single monstrosity, specifically engineered to sound unpleasant to the maximum percentage of listeners.
Amazingly, this “most unwanted music” contains little dissonance — that would have been too easy. For the most part, they seem to have tried to assemble these elements in a listenable way.
Komar & Melamid and David Soldier’s list of undesirable elements included holiday music, bagpipes, pipe organ, a children’s chorus and the concept of children in general (really?), Wal-Mart, cowboys, political jingoism, George Stephanopoulos, Coca Cola, bossanova synths, banjo ferocity, harp glissandos, oompah-ing tubas and much, much more. It’s actually a fascinating listen, worthwhile for the opera rapping alone.
Skyrim has that effect on people.
this is hilarious because what the fuck
but it’s also really funny because he’s got the epitome of how dancing works at its core
while topless in a recliner
good on you man, good on you
i solve my problems by blatantly ignoring them and going on the internet
Gods ain’t gonna help you son
You’ll be sorry for what you done
Them gods gonna hurt you son
When you play with a loaded gun
~ The Pantheon (recommended listening)
FINALLY done with this!! I’ve always loved alt-histories, and I suppose that includes within my fandoms. It’s fun to think about how the trolls might be interpreted had they actually won properly and fully ascended to godhood in a healthy universe, especially with how stories and legends morph and change over time.
Twelve gods with golden crowns, eight children to usurp them.
also totally tagwhoring this one, I’ve been working too long on it for it not to be SEEN