Obsession-worthy. Reflecting on how I find very few men attractive and when I do, it’s completely random. There’s no trend or similarity in physique or facial features. Hm.(64 plays)
Anonymous asked: Blizzard DOTA? If you are trying to imply something, it's obvious that you haven't spent 5 minutes reading up on it. Heroes of the Storm will be more unlike the original DotA than LoL is.
The closest thing to anon hate I receive is about a game? I’m almost annoyed.
Dude, all of them (them being LoL, Dota2, Heroes of Newerth, now Heroes of the Storm) draw from the same material. That is the implication; same genre and format with special tweaks that make it their own. The more important question here is whether I will play the fuck out of it. Hell yes, I will.
Maybe I’m experiencing that stage of bitterness or weariness which eventually follows the end of a romance—though it’s also a culmination of observing other relationships and reflecting on past friendships—but the way people treat one another, especially the individuals they claim to love, is fucking cruel. Even as I try my damnedest to be amiable and cognitively empathetic, I am blown away by others’ expectations and their domineering antics. You can’t come up with this shit. I don’t want to be in any relationship where one is considered “superior” to the other, or worse, one is grateful and thinks they “owe” the other. Emotional debt, self-imposed or otherwise, is toxic. Love is not a quid pro quo. I think I loved C in my own desperate and naive way; I saw someone broken and alone. I don’t think he loved me though. I don’t know. I’m lucky to have the core friends I do; they’ve remained constant for nearly a decade. Everybody else leaves for almost arbitrary reasons and I still don’t understand how someone will drop a person they’re close to so quickly. Carelessly. As if you’re already forgotten, a faint memory recalled when replaying a video game or an anecdote told at a bar.
God, getting wine-drunk with people who are older and more knowledgable than myself is one of my favorite pastimes.
Vintage Tori.(16 plays)
City life isn’t what it’s cracked up to be. Or something. I don’t know what people my age think about living in a city anymore, whether they still idolize it or whatever. But it’s all bright lights, noise, and traffic. Not to mention the dirty bars and homeless. The only thing I enjoy is watching all of the young, single professionals walk their dogs — how nice it must be to go for a stroll with your dog in the evening where it’s brightly lit and pass other loners with their slobbering companions. Maybe you can sit outside on a bistro’s patio and drink a glass of wine for more people watching knowing your apartment is just half a mile away and you don’t have to drive. Cars are the devil. I’m sure their pets appreciate it.