alpha alfalfa

chirikalovesjill:

James Sunderland - Silent Hill 2

flyingcuttlefish:

doncheftw:

grizz-z:

brownglucose:

iverbz:

MY NIGGA MOVED.

Children have zero sense of fear

He just ran a 4.3 sec 40

NYOOM

Daddy bear just booked it!

flyingcuttlefish:

doncheftw:

grizz-z:

brownglucose:

iverbz:

MY NIGGA MOVED.

Children have zero sense of fear

He just ran a 4.3 sec 40

NYOOM

Daddy bear just booked it!

princekarkat:

for some reason i thought both of these were the same post and i sat for awhile trying to figure out which ice cream face was the weak bitch

princekarkat:

for some reason i thought both of these were the same post and i sat for awhile trying to figure out which ice cream face was the weak bitch

robbonp:

inabasket:

cool it comes with a free refill 

i dont understand whats funny about this

There is nothing funny about it. And you know for sure if they had a mug that said women’s tears people would be all over it, Calling it unacceptable and sexiest. Double standards if you ask me.

of-mice-and-myn:

oh my god what just happened

of-mice-and-myn:

oh my god what just happened

mewmedic:

My heart just fucking shattered.

appasauce:

youngjusticer:

Greymon is covered in a rhinoceros-beetle-esque shell and spews flames from its mouth. SkullGreymon puts too much importance on fighting, but it clings to life despite its body rotting. It launches organic missiles from its spinal cord. MetalGreymon has offensive power that rivals that of a nuclear warhead. It slashes enemies with its tethered trident-arm. WarGreymon is equipped with the strongest shield and can gather the energy within the atmosphere to concentrate into one spot and fire it as an extremely dense fireball.

DIGIMON, by Lindsey Wakefield.

THIS IS SO FUCKING AMAZING I HONESTLY CANT

mlp season 4 episode 22 “Trade Ya” Review

Today’s episode of mlp really caught me by surprise, it was probably the most I have every related to an episode in the entire series.Basically to summarize the main six go to an equestrian equivalent of a modern convention and is probably the most accurate representation of a convention I have every seen in television history (of course with a children show twist to the whole ordeal with ponies having to barter good to get what they want instead of just buying things with money).

It all starts with the main six arriving at the annual Rainbow Falls Traders Exchange with twilight having the duty of over seeing the trades event to make sure no one gets ripped off (it doesn’t really make much sense but hey it’s a children’s cartoon what do you want). whilst twilight decides to stay back and open her own booth with pinkie pie staying with her as well, the rest of the main six goes off to get some goods of there own and split up into groups of two. Now i’m not sure if this idea has been done before in the show but I know for sure happened in the comic but not quite in the same way, but each group involves each of them being paired with their polar opposites. Twilight; being the logical smart strict to the book type of pony is stuck with pinkie pie; the illogical goofy easy going pony. Rainbow dash; with her loud in your face won’t give up until she has what she wants attitude is stuck with fluttershy; the quiet doormat that will back down as soon as someone opposes her or if it will cause someone an inconvenience. And rarity; the clean fashion freak who won’t do a job if it involves heavy lifting or if it’ll get her coat dirty is stuck with applejack; the one who wouldn’t turn down a job for anything and doesn’t mind a little rough housing. All of these pairs were thought out quite well and created a great sense of contraction between them and was fun to watch as they all disagreed with one another for most of the episode (with the exception of fluttershy and rainbow dash for obvious reasons).

Like I said previously I could relate with the episode immensely as most of the problems that the main six run into I have ran into in past experiences at conventions, from wanting to spend so much money on an item just because it was newer and was in slightly nicer condition than the one I already own (much like rarity and applejacks predicament), to trying to sell something that I could use the money I gained to buy something I really wanted after being only 5 dollars short (much like rainbow dash and fluttershys problem).

The episode also added much more characters to the mlp universe which is always a good thing since were used to seeing the same stock character being reused multiple times in the same scene. Some of the characters they added were good, i.e the daring do shop owner (which I personally think is such a cutie) however some of them were not so good i.e the wheel chair pony who owns the lamp store who looked like they pulled a random oc from the internet. But I won’t give them too much flak for that since it was only that one character and really, for the amount of ponies that they already have in the mlp universe i’m surprised that they haven’t ran out of ideas for new pony designs alot sooner and who knows maybe that’s someones oc that they promised to put in an episode for one reason or another, so no points taken off for that.

In the end the episodes message of thinking things through before acting and sometimes the things that you do for your friends could be more satisfying than the things you do for yourself was an overall good message (at least I think that was the message, I could be totally wrong but there was no friendship report at the end so it’s up for interpretation). and the contractions between the characters were fun to watch and the whole convention setting made it very relatable.

Good show. Good episode. Good material.

Final verdict:

0/10 ~not enough rarity