In a 1940s Atlantic City, family relationships, old age and illiteracy mix for a pipe-smoking child
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2. Type in your birthday as MM * DD * YYYY
3. Copy the resulting number into Google Image Search
4. Click on Search Tools, Type, and choose Animated
5. From the top row of results, save whichever gif you want to loop on a small LCD screen embedded in your future tombstone
6. Reblog and add the image
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It’s tough because if I talk about wanting stories about queer people that do not revolve around their queerness, cishet people will hear “I want stories about queer people where their queerness is invisible and irrelevant.”
Warning Signs of Satanic Behavior. Training video for police, 1990
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Dragon Age Origins where everything is pretty much the same, except they duel with duel monsters to determine the outcome of things. (Cuz the second game is Yu-Gi-Oh Stairway to Destiny.)
Kingdom Crossing? Animal Hearts? The former might be alright, the latter sounds too macabre for me
Destiny and Limbo (im not sure how those two would mix but it would scare me im p sure)
Oblivion and Skyrim
Well that’s pretty much the Elder Scrolls game I want so I’ve done well.
Smash 4 and Dark Souls
oh fucking dear
League of smash? Smash of legends?
The World Ends with Smash 4
Dude. Guild Wars 2 and Fallen London.
Dear God: Tetris and Doctor Mario. I’ve created crystal freaking meth.
Don’t Starve and League of Legends. This is going to get real messy real fast, and I’m going to love every minute of it.
Shadow Over Mordor and Mario Kart.
The other racers are an endless stream of procedurally generated Koopas, and every time I lop one of their heads off with a well-aimed red shell, they come back later with a bigger tricked-out kart and a swanky new eyepatch. But that’s OK, because I’m more interested in mind-controlling them and having them win races for me than winning races myself.
Ok but I actually would totally play Metal Gear Crossing: Leaf Eater.
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