depression is like trying to peel a potato with another potato its not fun it doesnt work and you just wanna cry
…why is this such a good metaphor what the fuck
i reblogged it before but then it got better
Ne, Ne, by 追川うそ
This makes me weepy every time I see it.
MONSTER DUDE LOVES HER SO MUCH!!
Fuck! I have been searching the world over for this again! I am saving it so I never lose it again.
DM: - Did you consider the burst radius and the size of the room you are in?
(Immediately after the group’s mage cast a fireball spell that the rest of the party had failed their saving throws against)
Who the hell calculates for that?
… you cast area of effect spells without first figuring out if your party members are in the area of effect?
What kind of spellcaster are you?
Jal: “Wow, this sword is kinda cool…you say you want something and somebody gets it for you. Who wants to get me a coke?”
*silence, until someone gets up and goes back to get a coke*
Jal: “It works!”
Other: “There’s only diet.”
Jal: *to sword* “DAMN YOU!!! DAMN YOU AND YOUR FALSE HOPES!!!”
Paladin: Well, our tactics aren’t well thought out, we’re not the best at fighting.
Cleric: What are you talking about? We’ve been in about fifty fights and we’ve won every single one. Technically, we’re great at fighting!
|—||our Orc Rander upon delivering the killing blow to the Dragon our party was facing (via outofcontextdnd)|
We couldn’t wait any longer, the very first clip from Book 4 is HERE!!!
PS: You’re all amazing
I like how “An underpaid blue-collar worker named Mike is forced by his employer into an isolated and inescapable environment with 4 robots while he attempts to keep a grip on his sanity” is a description that can describe both Five Nights at Freddys as well as Mystery Science Theater 3000.