So, we have come to this.
I remember the first time i ever played MGS2, i was 11. I didn’t understand shit, and i skipped this last codec.
But now, 10 years after, looking at this conversation, i realized:
Wasn’t the Patriots right after all?
I mean, look at us, talking about MGS, Doctor Who, Game of Thrones, and all those things that are not even real, while so much shit is happening in the world we live.
What do you guys think?
Omg where have you been all my god damn worthless life
BRUH. They would make so much money off me.
Has anyone in this family ever even seen a chicken?
Steve Harvey is an idiot.
I hate this man. I fucking hate this man.
Oh my god, he sounds like my dad.
Yea… he stupid.
FUCK STEVE HARVEY
And people buy his book
At least you guys see why I don’t like him. Him and his fuckboy suits.
Never should’ve gave that nigga money.
a bestselling book……lol
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It’s been a long while since I’ve actually had the ability to write something here….but summer’s a’comin, and so will my movie reviews, game stuffs, and general what-have-yous.
I like being alone, but I hate the feeling of being lonely.
When you’re alone, you have time for yourself. Your thoughts finally catch up to you. You set your mind on things and everything is just clearer. Nothing’s bothering you and everything just feels right for once.
When you feel lonely, you feel as if no one’s there for you. It feels like no one understands you or is willing to listen. It feels like you’re screaming in a crowded room, but yet not one person looks up.
This post is just so incredibly accurate
When I talk about recreating the spirit of that world, the music is as important as the dialogue and the behavior. From 1947 on, music scored what was happening in the streets, the back rooms. And it affected, sometimes, the behavior of the people, because this music was playing in the streets. Jukeboxes were brought out during the summer. Windows were open, and you could hear what everybody else was listening to. It expresses the excitement of the time. Simply, it’s the way I saw life. The way I experienced life. - Martin Scorsese.
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