IT’S A PONY OMFG
I’ll take 10 in various sizes.
You’re living, you occupy space, and you have mass.
You know what that means?
this is the most inspirational pun i have ever seen
I hate it because it’s a pun but it’s the first philosophical one I’ve ever seen.
(Please don’t send me more.)
Robert Plutchik created a wheel of emotions in 1980 which consisted of 8 basic emotions and 8 advanced emotions each composed of 2 basic ones.
Eight Basic Emotions
Basic Emotion ⇄ Basic Opposite
- Joy ⇄ Sadness
- Trust ⇄ Disgust
- Fear ⇄ Anger
- Surprise ⇄ Anticipation
Combination of Basic Emotions (A + B) = Advanced Human Emotions (Opposite Advanced Emotion in Parentheses)
- Anticipation + Joy = Optimism (Disapproval)
- Joy + Trust = Love (Remorse)
- Trust + Fear = Submission (Contempt)
- Fear + Surprise = Awe (Aggression)
- Surprise + Sadness = Disappointment (Optimism)
- Sadness + Disgust = Remorse (Love)
- Disgust + Anger = Contempt (Submission)
- Anger + Anticipation = Aggression (Awe)
I actually had this diagram from my psychology class and I started writing a series or fics based on all the emotions.
But this one is way more detailed I’ll have to save it.
fucking coolest thing ive seen in months
grimdark-and-handsome asked: transformers!
1. The first character I first fell in love with: I’m trying to be honest here, okay? And not just go for the stuff that I’d like to be true. Truth is, I got into TF via the Bay movies (shut up), and the first character that interested me, because he was annoying and creepy and an interesting concept, was Frenzy. So, I guess it’s got to be him. Particularly as I ended up RPing him in CT for ages. I still love that little bastard.
2. The character I never expected to love as much as I do now:
Prowl. I had him written off as uptight and boring due to G1, but then IDW happened and suddenly I realised he could be tortured endlessly and everything was all right again.
3. The character everyone else loves that I don’t: Heeeeeeh. Cyclonus, Galvatron, Rodimus, most of the season 3 cast except for Metroplex. Bulkhead in any canon. I’m afraid I *am* one of those people rooting for him to kick the bucket.
4. The character I love that everyone else hates:
Drift. Or wait, is it cool to like Drift again? I genuinely lose track.
5. The character I used to love but don’t any longer:
Dunno. :/9 I’m pretty constant on character liking.
6. The character I would totally smooch:
Armada Starscream. I’m basing this entirely on pictures however, as I’ve never actually seen Armada.
7. The character I’d want to be like: Perceptor from IDW. Highly intelligent and a damn good shot.
8. The character I’d slap: Starscream from Prime.
9. A pairing that I love:
Just the one? Okay then. Metroplex/Trypticon.
10. A pairing that I despise:
I don’t really despise any pairing. There’s stuff I’m less interested in, but not really any I hate. Same with characters in general. There’s ones I dislike, ones that make me roll my eyes, and ones I think are wastes of page/screen-space, but no-one I actively hate.
Actually, saying that. Blackarachnia. I would really enjoy watching anyone, but most probably Starscream, getting rid of her for good.
rechive asked: 40k!!
Hey, traveller. :3 To answer your other question without reblogging, the one where the competition is to give the OP a 3DS rather than win one…;3
1. The first character I first fell in love with: Gabriel Angelos. I got into 40K for proper via Dawn of War…
2. The character I never expected to love as much as I do now: Angron. It took me a while to realise how cool he could be.
3. The character everyone else loves that I don’t: Guilliman, Primarch of the Ultramarines. :/
4. The character I love that everyone else hates:This is actually quite hard. :/9 Wait no. Any character C.S.Goto ever created ever. I don’t know what’s wrong with you people! How can any of you resist Astartes whose hair blows so gallantly in the breeze, and who look upon you with such soulful eyes but a half-heresy away from being tearful? Seriously. I bet you kick puppies too.
5. The character I used to love but don’t any longer: I…don’t think I have one.
6. The character I would totally smooch: Priad.
7. The character I’d want to be like: Eisenhorn. But, uh, less the crazy bad luck plz? Or Grimaldus, fuck yes Grimaldus.
8. The character I’d slap: The Emperor. Or Horus. Come on, man. Just phone home already and get a verbal cuddle from daddy and we can all go on about our untainted Imperial business, cheers.
9. A pairing that I love: Eisenhorn/Bequin. Loved the way their relationship plays out, still looking forward to starting on Pariah.
10. A pairing that I despise: Haven’t really found one yet? I am fully multi-ship enabled.
1. The first character I first fell in love with
2. The character I never expected to love as much as I do now
3. The character everyone else loves that I don’t
4. The character I love that everyone else hates
5. The character I used to love but don’t any longer
6. The character I would totally smooch
7. The character I’d want to be like
8. The character I’d slap
9. A pairing that I love
10. A pairing that I despise
Uhm, guys. Read the small print on that Nintendo 3DS “giveaway” fully, will you? Unless we’re all being ironic, in which case, carry on…
When the old gods return
This art is TERRIFYINGLY BRILLIANT!
These are wonderful~
Always reblog, because these are horrifying.
The tornado. That is all.
Ah. Things to fuel my nightmares.
So I’m reading the Forge World book Betrayal, about game play for Isstvan III and there are all these lovely bits of canon in it.
I can never tell if it’s just me doing 40K wrong when they have a character do something terrible and it jars me out of the story, or if it is as odd as it feels to me. Like the above with the Horus having the populations murdered. That feels off to me. I can see how it fits in with the grim!dark, and the need to keep a tight rein on an enormous amount of people in the galaxy, but at the same time it feels to me like it doesn’t fit in with say, logic and characterisation and how you actually keep control of people.
Yeah, I can see Horus being the darling of the empire because good things are all that’s ever reported about him, and I understand he’s good at keeping situations in hand, populations in line, and being a warrior etc etc, but the guy who pretty much had a crying-in-the-rain scene at the end of Horus Rising because he couldn’t work out how to be friends with one particularly challenging group without subjugating the lot of them doesn’t seem quite like the sort of person who’d cold-heartedly murder entire planets once he’d already won.
Or, he could just have been showing signs of being the incredible brat McNeill wrote him as in False Gods, and throwing a paddy when someone got the upper hand. I dunno. Whut? What you guys said basically.
From the IDW Transformers comic. The difference in what Optimus and Megatron think Megatron’s victory will look like.
Amazingly it isn’t the “bad guy” who pictures himself on a throne of skulls. To be fair though it’s a pretty awesome chair. It just isn’t exactly what Megatron has in mind.
I think this is a really important difference between the two of them actually. The Megatron that everyone not on his side (and some that are) imagine is quite different to the Megatron that Megatron himself is in the privacy of his own head. It’s something that gets a nod very, very occasionally in Prime, and then only in small ways, but every time I see it I remember that for all he’s done - every Autobot, alien, human and neutral that didn’t move fast enough that he’s killed; every city, planet and species he (may have) destroyed - Megatron still thinks of himself as the good guy.