Kind of funny how they're making a Ready Player One movie and the 80s culture is returning irl like it did in the book.
Oh no, not again.
Ryan started the fire!
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You: We didnt start the fire
Me, an intellectual: You can't fight the Homestuck
i love the 80’s but i meant more like i wanna wear scrunchies and get a perm and listen to old madonna songs not tbis
"Republican" Was London 🅱oner Johnson really a repub?
with the difference that in the 80s we had real freedom of speech
Conflict with Russia? Yeah? Donald trump is the president, a friend of Putins. If Hillary made it to presidency there sure as hell would be a lot more conflict with russia then there is now.
Yes comrades, this is the way of such shows
To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand Lars and Steven.
lars struck me as more of an ancap dude than a communist but i can see both
Anyone know the title?
the exact moment where Grass-type Pokemon realize they are made partially of parts and substances that only plants are also made of
In the end it never fucking matters
this just feels like a normal afternoon
And it's five in the morning and you have to be up in three hours and you can hear the birds chirping and you wish they'd shut up so their cheerfulness doesn't make your misery seem so stark by comparison
wow. very accurate.
What are the other two websites?
Yes, RAM, vore that tab. Vore the tabs till you’re full
me whenever I'm openign up endless tabs on reddit
If this ain't me... on both my work computers and my personal computer... :V
Theme parks aren't like playgrounds. There's no exercise or imagination or making friends. Just lots of spending money and standing in line. I actually really hate theme parks.
See if your local rock climbing place has a bouldering cave!
Seriously though, we want kids to be more active and healthy, so we build fun, free stuff for them to play on. Can we invest some tax dollars into making these for adults??
I'd say gym but theme parks work too
There’s one in Chicago! It’s in Maggie Daley park. (And it’s free!)
Grown Up Playground should totally be a thing. I hate the gym as it’s so boring. But going to an (indoor) gym that had nothing but swings, slides, seesaw’s, roundabouts, trampolines, ballpits, climbing frames and zip wire...take my fucking money!!
it's really hard to find recipes online that aren't like this. who is reading the top part?
I heard online blog recipes do this so they get more ad money since people are on the page longer.
Every time I try to find a recipe, I laugh remembering this. Literally looked up a recipe for pineapple water and the blogger had to explain the first time they ever ate one freshly cracked open along the bottom of a volcano in freaking Maui!
Born in 99' here. My thoughts on morality change with each fakedeep song I listen to.
It makes me genuinely upset that 2000 isn't considered the last year for millennials
I feel like Millenials end at 2000, hence the name.
And also, I'm born and 98, but my brothers are both born past 2000, and they show more Gen Z traits than me. I saw the change from no internet to all internet, but my brothers were more born into it
I'm in the grey area and I don't ever really get to the picture on the left, I either care really strongly about the fact that nothing matters or don't care at all because I'm playing an interesting videogame or something.
gen z: does literally anything
gen other: t i d e p o d
Also seen here, nihilism vs existentialism.
I always refer to the 18-23 year olds who are in the weird middle zone between millennial and gen z as “late millennials”
'93 and I'm definitely the left picture
I'm bout 22 and this is me
I had to wait until 7th grade for my first cell phone so I must be a millennial
YOUUUU CAAAANT FUCKIIIING STOP UUUUUUUS
WE’RE TURNING OFF AUTOPILOT AND HEADING INTO THE VOID ASSHOLES
This is stupid because studies have shown that while self-aware of how fucked we are, Millenials are actually MORE optimistic than Xers so idk why we're portrayed as nihilistic Xers while Gen Z is portrayed as us.
Besides, Gen Z is too busy eating Tide Pods and ass while fighting against a backward government on guns rights to be chaotically/optimistically nihilist.
I think most consider 2000 the end year for millennials (?)
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