I think it’s time to kill for our women
Time to heal our women, be real to our women
And if we don’t we’ll have a race of babies
That will hate the ladies, that make the babies
And since a man can’t make one
He has no right to tell a woman when and where to create one
“Rap is just noise”
Look at that terrible rap music, poisoning the minds of our youth.
Ugh. All rap is misogynistic.
[Please take note that the commentary is just for fun. Bunch of sarcasm. Don’t take it too seriously. I am getting tired of these outfits, though.]
1. The classic Bikini Armor. If you’re lucky you might get an actual shoulder-pad! If the designers even bother doing something more than…
it’s days like these I’m happy to play a Rogue who has reasonable armor that covers her from head to toe…
Someone requested a post of all of the current Strong Female Characters, so here you go.
Awesome. Awesome awesome awesome awesome. <3
I’m such a morning grump >:C
Yehuda Amichai, “You Mustn’t Show Weakness”
Thanks, Emergency Compliment! I feel better!
Happiness and unhappiness are in the heart and spirit of each one of us: if you feel unhappy, then place yourself above that and act so that your happiness does not get to be dependent on anything.Catherine The Great
Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Crime and Punishment
I. I don’t even know which to pick. But let’s try to break this down logically.
In Hogwarts, Middle Earth, Camelot, and Westeros a human is just another human. Walking through said door does not necessarily bestow upon you the powers that other humans may have in the universe. Assuming that to be true, you aren’t a wizard just because you’re at Hogwards, in fact if you’re not a wizard you wouldn’t even be able to FIND Hogwarts so you’re probably just standing in a field in Scotland suddenly remembering you left your oven on. I bet in Middle Earth you’d just end up somewhere in a field or a forest with nothing interesting around. Chances are you’re not going to be swept up in some epic questventure to save someone or something or other. And what’s in Camelot anyway? That’s just supposedly Medieval England. Or does this imply that all the legends of magic and such are true? Well then see above re: Hogwarts, etc. With Westeros, again, same thoughts. You aren’t going to walk in and suddenly be embroiled in the political intrigue, and to be fair you’d probably appear somewhere in The Reach or something and then die a gruesome death. Though perhaps that only happens to the main characters and the rest of the populace gets to live out their lives in quiet calm (lol, yeah right!).
At least in Narnia and Wonderland you’re like the only human-human. There are human-like creatures and beings, but not like you so it’s more likely that you could get up to some interesting happenings. But again, walking through those doors doesn’t make you a Son of Adam/Daughter of Eve nor Alice.
Dunno why you’d want to go to Neverland. It’s a little creepy.
I NEED MORE INFORMATION TO ANSWER THIS QUESTION PROPERLY.
Like every morning.
A - Z
I agree with every one of these entries. *nodnod*