spontaneouschatter:

jfn-justfornerds:

spontaneouschatter:

jfn-justfornerds:

schreibaby-of-the-skies:

Angelica summing up what having responsibilities really means.

Having responsibility does not mean not having fun. If you were a capable adult and actually planned accordingly you could take care of your responsibilities and still have fun. But you just sit on a website, rolling around in depression about being an adult…

Want to tell that to my mother, who I can hardly recall ever being happy or having fun raising two children in twenty years and has barely touched a computer in her life? If having responsibility didn’t mean not having fun, people wouldn’t scream in your face about it and call you a lazy [slur/curse] when you’re tired of them.

I’ll tell it to my mother who worked 3 jobs while raising 4 kids while my father’s back was broken and yet still found time and energy to take us on family outings and enjoy her life. Interesting how that works, huh?

Well, I’m glad adulthood was fun and games for you and her. It’s wasn’t for mine and it’s not for me. I had to watch my mother have mental breakdowns and I myself have been suicidal since I was ten (it’s gotten better in recent years, but I am not over it).

You can’t have fun with responsibilities. You simply can’t. It’s part of the reason I don’t want to raise children myself, and I wish my mom hadn’t become a mother. Having to raise me ruined her life. I’d do anything to take that back.

Any more condescending words you got?

Wait, wait you simply can’t? Didn’t I just tell you my mother had plenty of fun. I also have fun. I have a house to remodel, animals to take care, an early morning job, daily chores, plenty of bills, and college. I still find time for my hobbies, nights with friends, cuddle time with my girlfriend, gaming, the list goes on. Sorry you had a shitty time with it but more people on this website would be capable, responsible adults if everyone didn’t pitch this “adult hood is so hard, don’t try, just cry and give up on life.” Crap. I wish you the best of luck. I’m out

theartofmtg:

Archetype of Imagination || Robbie Trevino

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spontaneouschatter:

jfn-justfornerds:

schreibaby-of-the-skies:

Angelica summing up what having responsibilities really means.

Having responsibility does not mean not having fun. If you were a capable adult and actually planned accordingly you could take care of your responsibilities and still have fun. But you just sit on a website, rolling around in depression about being an adult…

Want to tell that to my mother, who I can hardly recall ever being happy or having fun raising two children in twenty years and has barely touched a computer in her life? If having responsibility didn’t mean not having fun, people wouldn’t scream in your face about it and call you a lazy [slur/curse] when you’re tired of them.

I’ll tell it to my mother who worked 3 jobs while raising 4 kids while my father’s back was broken and yet still found time and energy to take us on family outings and enjoy her life. Interesting how that works, huh?

schreibaby-of-the-skies:

Angelica summing up what having responsibilities really means.

Having responsibility does not mean not having fun. If you were a capable adult and actually planned accordingly you could take care of your responsibilities and still have fun. But you just sit on a website, rolling around in depression about being an adult…

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Skyward Sword - Link; Concept Art

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paragonikathryn:

falstafff:

i don’t understand why people don’t instantly respond to “what would your dream superpower be” with the ability to manipulate probability.
think about it. what’s the chance someone will drop 1mil in front of me? 0%? let’s make that 100%. what’s the probability i’ll wake up tomorrow and be X gender? 100%. what’s the probability my bathtub is filled with mac and cheese? 100%.

This is genius

You do realize you could just ask for Reality Manipulation, right? Then you could make anything, anything you wanted.

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