this truly scared me i thought the legs on the right were some crispy burnt up human legs i need a minute to breathe
Ariel shows off her new dress!
and you may or may not have realized that those were…
they don’t make em like this anymore
we live in the era of smart phones and stupid people
An elegant meal for one, tonight.
my sister made me a t-shirt with sonic and tails on it when i was 3
and i found it today
i just found a new piece to add to my wardrobe
seasonal fashion according to me
god i hate summer
don’t be fuckin rude
This hurts my soul
That last kid in green speaks the damn truth
I feel so old right now
look at all these little brats (besides the last kid he’s smart)- GAMEBOY WAS THE SHIT.
Okay, but how are little kids supposed to know about all the older technology and games from before they were even born? The world is changing, and it’s more convenient for their parents to introduce them to digital gaming like apps and whatever they can get on their computers because it’s just all there in one place, not to mention in much more refined quality than the older games we all know and love. I get that it’s alright to appreciate the old gameboy and just about all the technology from the past, but little kids don’t necessarily use them simply because they don’t have much reason to anymore. Do we still use microfilms on a daily basis when we want to research things? Why don’t we always consult encyclopedias when we want to learn? I think it’s mostly because we have more information available online, much like the games that can be accessed in a hot second via internet. I think it’s a little sad that they probably won’t be playing with gameboys and nintendos, but they’re just kids who probably don’t know any better- mostly because they shouldn’t have to.
This is my little baby cousin and he is dressed as a smoke detector for Halloween
None of us know why but he is really obsessed with smoke detectors
That’s all he’s asked for in the way of presents these past two years
He calls them “snoke edectors”
Also he has a scrapbook of everyone in the family posing with their smoke detectors