why all the Josh/Neku
we all know who is the best yaoi
look at those fucking yaoi hands
LOOK AT THOSE FUCKERS
joined a forum and everything
X-Men: Evolution. 10 years later and I still have Nightcrawler feels…
D.N.Angel. I think
My Chemical Romance
Literally no one can beat me in terms of shame.
Tsubasa Chronicales by CLAMP
I still don’t even know how it ended X’D
Hanna is Not a Boys Name. To some extent TWEWY, but HINABN is my first main one.
Also… Tessa commented on one of my arts.
Tho that was back when she commented on all the arts.
I saw a trainer card meme floating around and thought I’d do one of my own. I chose not to use any of the legendary pokemon because that seemed tacky.
Reblog to sideblog because.
An outgrowth of a conversation about aromantic orientations, and the desire to be able to define relationships that are not romantic, that are also not friendships, and that play an important role in your life. I think it’s time to turn this one loose into the wild. Use it well,…
Voy por buen camino ;)
Benjamin Franklin wanted to be a Pokemon master, so he dropped out of school at age 10.
The problem with these images is that they are taking the outliers - those who in all honesty, are naturally smart and dedicated and who have the personal motivation to achieve great things on their own - and holding them up as a typical example of what happens to those who drop out of college.
Yes. You are absolutely correct. People are certainly capable of achieving great things without the use of the school system. I left the public school system in 6th grade because it wasn’t challenging me enough and I pretty much hated everyone except two or three people.
I’m enrolled in college now as a full time student. Why? Because well paying jobs don’t like hiring people without a college degree and I know for a fact I don’t have the chutzpah to run my own business or company.
If you are smart enough, lucky enough, and talented enough to run your own business without learning from anyone else, yeah, dropping out of college could actually be the best thing for you. But for most people, these college dropouts are the ones who are going to hire you, and they tend to prefer those with college degrees.
Different tracks of life are better for certain people, but let’s face it. Not everyone can own their own multimillion dollar industries. You need the workers too, and a good portion of those workers have to have higher education. If you want to freelance, there should be nothing to stop you! At the same time, don’t think that just because there are seven really lucky, smart, talented people who made it big after dropping out means that everyone who drops out of, or doesn’t go to, college will.
Correlation does not imply causation.
Not meaning this to be rude to anyone by reblogging this, but this is my few cents on the matter.
I found this incredibly amusing.
I do too. <3 I met a TON of new friends yesterday because of Homestuck. It was brilliant.