What’s up with people who put the “oh anna, if only there was someone out there who loved you” quote into kaworu’s death scene? I really, absolutely don’t get it, can someone explain? I mean is it supposed to be funny? Or sad? It seems so ooc, I don’t understand. This is a serious question, guys.
ok, but seriously… there’s a serious issue there. i know the whole idea of “being needed” stems from humans having egos that feel like they need to be evaluated by other people etc and the thought of being needed gives us the idea that we’re worth anything. but could… could we not teach that to…
omfg theres this Guy in my drawing class rn and he laughs at retarded things and bad things and noone ever laughs at his jokes and he actually thinks youre obliged to talk to him, he pisses me off so much i cant
there is a really gross, transphobic gameplay mechanic in which you xray someone and determine their “real” gender
you are just as dumb as the person who said that bioshock infinite is a trash game because it “promotes racism”, welp, sorry that the developers didn’t turn totalitarism into land of tolerance and cottoncandy 4 u