I have no idea why my cat always looks so angry.
hmm should I have another beer while playing Assassin’s Creed III before my girlfriend gets home?
6 days ago · 1 note
Anonymous asked: “i don't understand your question you're struggling with? maybe we're not supposed to ha ha. share?”
Sorry anon, I don’t really want to explain it fully where the entire internet can read about it. At least not yet, because while I would love to call this dumbass out for his bullshit, I also don’t want to deal with him.
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I mean, H.G. is an eccentric women. I don’t think she’s ever really cared what anyone else thought of her. She’s just doing her own thing. So when she finds herself in the future and meets Myka, she meets, for the first time probably, a woman who is as strong as her and as dedicated as her. In the 1880s, she was probably quite an isolated figure. She probably dealt a lot with men. And she had to work under her brother’s pseudonym. As a women, she wasn’t even allowed to write under her own name. And then she meets Myka, and she’s like, “Oh, thank God. I’m not completely alone in the universe.” - Jaime Murray
I cannot deal with how this quote and those scenes simultaneously make me, love the world and want to curl up and cry, because Jaime is so fucking right, about the character she gave life to, and about how the greatest gift for Helena turns out to be, that she’s not completely alone in the universe, but then there are so many times, we see her FEEL so alone, and so separate, and like she has to keep herself away from Myka (because she thinks it’s for Myka’s good), and like she doesn’t DESERVE to not be alone, and then that’s when I cry, because Myka and Helena are each other’s not alone in the universe, -(via typeytypeytypey)