I have to stay offline on Origin because my brother and I share an account and I don’t want him to log on and see that I’ve spent hundreds of hours on The Sims 3.

The downside is that I can’t ever see just how many hundreds of hours I’ve spent on The Sims 3.

moarning-sex:

niceoverallsloser:

PREACH IT GIRL

I couldn’t scroll past this. FUCKING YES.

moarning-sex:

niceoverallsloser:

PREACH IT GIRL

I couldn’t scroll past this. FUCKING YES.

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D&D Stats Explained with Tomatoes

twistedviper:

raktajino-hot:

corruptionpoints:

mindchildofmadness submits:

Strength is being able to crush a tomato.

Dexterity is being able to dodge a tomato.

Constitution is being able to eat a bad tomato.

Intelligence is knowing a tomato is a fruit.

Wisdom is knowing not to put a tomato in a fruit salad.

Charisma is being able to sell a tomato based fruit salad.

(Source)

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If I stop reblogging this assume I’m dead

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copslay:

talking to other queer ppl like

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(Source: napcake)

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The first four of many many simmies on my island. From right to left:
Zoraida Gutierrez, consigner

Possession is Nine-Tenths of the Law
Born Saleswoman, Eco-Friendly, Kleptomaniac, Frugal, Snob
Zoraida has a love for cold, hard cash, and a hatred for wasting it. She’s found a way to combine her frugal nature with her love of saving it, and opened a thrift shop in her old college town. It’s hard to run a store without buying merchandise though, so she…acquires a bit here and there, stocking it up until it’s no longer missed before turning into profit. Will Zoraida succeed in her shady dealings, or will she learn that dishonesty makes for an unviable business?

Momoe Shimoto, tattoo artist

Super Popular
Adventurous, Commitment Issues, Party Animal, Rebellious, Unflirty
Momoe is fresh off her trans-Pacific flight and ready to soak up the Simerican culture, perfectly happy to put play before work. For now she has a stint as a tattoo artist, but who knows how long that will last before she’s moved on to the next adventure? As long as she’s making new friends and living it up, it’s unlikely that Momoe will care.

Dada Algiers, repairwoman

The Tinkerer
Handy, Unlucky, Clumsy, Perfectionist, Friendly
Dada has always had the worst of luck: everything she touches inevitably breaks. To counter her curse, she has devoted herself to becoming the best handysim in town. Even though it takes her a little longer to get the job done, you can bet that she’ll get it done the best. Will landing a repairwoman job at the university finally turn her luck around, or is it only the beginning of another bad streak?

Salome Rishid, bartender

Master Mixologist
Party Animal, Charismatic, Technophobe, Vegetarian, Good Sense of Humor
Salome loves the nightlife, and the nightlife loves her right back. She’s well-known throughout town as the mistress of mixology and countess of conversation. Now if only she could get the damn electronics to do what she wanted; sometimes they make her so mad she could just -break- them. Will Salome’s club continue to prosper, or will she end up sabotaging it with her own two hands?

The first four of many many simmies on my island. From right to left:

Zoraida Gutierrez, consigner

Possession is Nine-Tenths of the Law

Born Saleswoman, Eco-Friendly, Kleptomaniac, Frugal, Snob

Zoraida has a love for cold, hard cash, and a hatred for wasting it. She’s found a way to combine her frugal nature with her love of saving it, and opened a thrift shop in her old college town. It’s hard to run a store without buying merchandise though, so she…acquires a bit here and there, stocking it up until it’s no longer missed before turning into profit. Will Zoraida succeed in her shady dealings, or will she learn that dishonesty makes for an unviable business?

Momoe Shimoto, tattoo artist

Super Popular

Adventurous, Commitment Issues, Party Animal, Rebellious, Unflirty

Momoe is fresh off her trans-Pacific flight and ready to soak up the Simerican culture, perfectly happy to put play before work. For now she has a stint as a tattoo artist, but who knows how long that will last before she’s moved on to the next adventure? As long as she’s making new friends and living it up, it’s unlikely that Momoe will care.

Dada Algiers, repairwoman

The Tinkerer

Handy, Unlucky, Clumsy, Perfectionist, Friendly

Dada has always had the worst of luck: everything she touches inevitably breaks. To counter her curse, she has devoted herself to becoming the best handysim in town. Even though it takes her a little longer to get the job done, you can bet that she’ll get it done the best. Will landing a repairwoman job at the university finally turn her luck around, or is it only the beginning of another bad streak?

Salome Rishid, bartender

Master Mixologist

Party Animal, Charismatic, Technophobe, Vegetarian, Good Sense of Humor

Salome loves the nightlife, and the nightlife loves her right back. She’s well-known throughout town as the mistress of mixology and countess of conversation. Now if only she could get the damn electronics to do what she wanted; sometimes they make her so mad she could just -break- them. Will Salome’s club continue to prosper, or will she end up sabotaging it with her own two hands?

bunfoot:

you know what would go GREAT with that dress? a sword and iron gauntlets

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basementdemo:

my mom told me to put the dog to bed but didn’t specify which bed 

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  • What I said: Watch this show it's really good
  • What I meant: For the love of God please watch this I need friends who understand my pain I need someone to talk about it with that hasn't heard all my opinions a billion times please I am begging you
  • What is understood: This is a spectator sport for me. I want to see your hopes dashed and smile knowingly at your tears, because I KNOW HOW IT ENDS.

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coffee-flavoured-kisses:

fashdom:

Marik Ishtar 

99% sure this is what he actually wore

coffee-flavoured-kisses:

fashdom:

99% sure this is what he actually wore

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Let me be clear: THIS generation didn’t make The Bomb and drop it. This generation didn’t invent, “I’m OK, you’re OK.” This generation is not responsible for smooth jazz or Muzak. THIS generation didn’t gut economy and leave those under 40 the fucking scraps. This generation didn’t make a job market for college graduates that requires unpaid labor followed by unemployment or retail work.
Don’t fucking bash my generation, we didn’t do, aren’t responsible for, and are picking up the pieces of our asshole parents.
Me angry as hell about a really lame comic strip expounding on why Generation Y (Get it, Generation Why?) being worthless. I’m not even going to link the strip because I want the author to die in obscurity. (via holy-mountaineering)

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