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I think it is normal to be friends with people similar to your previous friends. People have a type in partners and friends and jobs and everything.

Anyway the point is that I had almost no friends as a young man, but got Along great with my parents. My dad at least.

My friends now, some of my best, are pretty much a weird hybrid of parents and usual friends. Kind of closer to my parent’s age but hippie dips I can be super intoxicated with.

I keep thinking about it. Weird, but I like them a lot.

bloodphoenix:

al-grave:

This gif doesn’t give a shit about your expectations

I haven’t been this angry in a long time.

I can fix this. I have the technology. 

bloodphoenix:

al-grave:

This gif doesn’t give a shit about your expectations

I haven’t been this angry in a long time.

I can fix this. I have the technology. 

Baked some pumpkin seeds!

Little salty nuggets of crunch, 10/10 would recommend. 

justinbenzel:

Image from the upcoming UK film: "Boldly Gone" 
by: Justin Benzel styling & production design: Alaina Moore model: Nic Collins
Some information about the film: 
"Boldly Gone"

Two brothers reconnect when they meet to launch their dad’s ashes into space.

The character featured is the dead father, Benjamin Chadbolte, most famous for portraying Captain Steven Stellar in the TV Show Cosmic Cavalcade.

Director is Mark Buchanan (Website: www.mcbuchanan.com + Twitter: twitter.com/mcbuchanan) 

justinbenzel:

Image from the upcoming UK film: "Boldly Gone" 

by: Justin Benzel 
styling & production design: Alaina Moore 
model: Nic Collins

Some information about the film: 

"Boldly Gone"
Two brothers reconnect when they meet to launch their dad’s ashes into space.
The character featured is the dead father, Benjamin Chadbolte, most famous for portraying Captain Steven Stellar in the TV Show Cosmic Cavalcade.

Director is Mark Buchanan (Website: www.mcbuchanan.com + Twitter: twitter.com/mcbuchanan) 

livelifeonlegendary:

This got even funnier when I realized that to shoot it, essentially someone had to hurl a massive rat puppet at Cary Elwes.

aksarah:

Are you listening to Hadron Gospel Hour? Well, why not?
Do you like Welcome to Night Vale or the Thrilling Adventure Hour?
Do you like Red Dwarf or MST3K or Bob and Ray (if you have to ask who they were I will reach through the internet and bop you one)?
Then you’ll probably dig Hadron Gospel Hour! 13 episodes and counting. Go get you some.

I just listened to the first episode.
Pretty rad. I know a lot of people are suckers for continuing story-lines, and also robots. And the future. And space.
Seconding the recommendation. 

aksarah:

Are you listening to Hadron Gospel Hour? Well, why not?

Do you like Welcome to Night Vale or the Thrilling Adventure Hour?

Do you like Red Dwarf or MST3K or Bob and Ray (if you have to ask who they were I will reach through the internet and bop you one)?

Then you’ll probably dig Hadron Gospel Hour! 13 episodes and counting. Go get you some.

I just listened to the first episode.

Pretty rad. I know a lot of people are suckers for continuing story-lines, and also robots. And the future. And space.

Seconding the recommendation. 

I woke up this morning with an arm so asleep I was  hindered from consciously controlling its movement.

It seemed like the limb was rotated 90* degrees from what it really was, and no matter how I tried to move it, it would not go where I was aiming for.

A great way to wake up. 

anime trope episodes: the beach episode, the festival episode, the episode where someone doesn't know how to cook

western cartoon trope episodes: the episode where someone has several copies of themselves made, the episode where inanimate objects come to life, the episode that is a homage to a movie from the 1950s, the episode where someone is shrunk down to microscopic levels and placed inside the body of another person

It just occurred to me literally yesterday that I am bad at feelings. 

My own feelings. Other people’s feelings. Having them. Naming them. Mildly Alexithymia-ish. I saw someone use that word ages ago in a headcanon thing, and I do distinctly recall looking it up and thinking “That is dumb. Everyone has feelings it is literally impossible to not have chemicals affect your brain in feelings ways.” Which is still a little true, I think, but also I did not realize that most people seem to feel emotions stronger than “miffed” and “well” on a pretty regular basis. 

I am certainly not numb or anything. I figured I was right on the medium part of the emotionless-to-emotional scale. 

But yeah, I am fairly certain now that I am more towards the less feeling part of that. 

Not a big deal or anything, but a strange thing to just have noticed at 20 and a half.