Saying Hello to the Dragon.
That is a fucking forest spirit and nobody will make me believe otherwise.
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GM: …against the snow?
Wizard: Against the snow.
GM: …roll it.
"Girl Speaks Gibberish With Perfect Accents To Show What Languages Sound Like To Foreigners"
I love this?
I ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW WHAT AMERICAN ENGLISH SOUNDS LIKE TO OTHER PEOPLE.
This made our day
oh, what a perfect time for this to show up on my dash. sigh. okay. i won’t give up. yet…
Disneyland Disneyland Disneyland
Holy fuck Arthur was on some next level shit
Oh my god
Inspired by every student whose told they can’t be an artist because it doesn’t “make enough money”.
… I’m not gonna tell you not to follow your dreams and all that, but it’s extremely insensitive to assume that anyone can succeed at anything if they just ~believe~ and ~work hard~. How are you gonna run a yarn shop without starting capital to buy the place? If you have kids, what are they gonna eat while you try to break into the sculpting world? Don’t ever tell anyone they are “wasting their time” doing something they think will earn them money. Money won’t “buy back the time” you think they wasted, but it can pay for rent and groceries and childcare and electricity and that is also extremely important.
My guess is that most people who honestly believe that money is “worthless scraps of paper” have never had to choose between going to the doctor or to the grocery store because they could only afford one.
Also you can do the thing you love without it being your source of income. Real life example: my friend’s dad had a high paying job he loves. But one of his co-workers/friend doesn’t love it; he works there so he can afford to do what he loves, which is drive atvs if I remember correctly. There is no way for him to make money from atv riding without being on a professional level, but that doesn’t mean he is unhappy with his life.
Seriously shit like this pisses me off, especially the “money doesn’t buy happiness” thing.
You know what? If you have money, you can afford to have all your basic needs met. You can afford to take a long vacation or spend a lot of money on your hobbies.
If you have all your physical and psychological needs met, than you are more likely to have the energy to do a job that you hate. Not to mention that most people I know who get a job for the money pick something that they can stand to do.
I would much rather do a job that I feel mediocre about, and have the money and security to pursue my dreams and hobbies. I doubt whoever made this comic has ever been truly, don’t-go-to-the-hospital-when-you-break-your-ankle poor.