Coming this September,
A Netflix original series that’s sure to tickle the tastes of everyone in the family.
“Living next to Gimps”
I was gonna explain in Detail a fictional trailer but I figured I’d have more enjoyment by just pitching my idea to Netflix, starring in it, producing 12 episodes but only shooting 10 as it’s fucking awful because no one but maybe two hundred people will enjoy it...
And putting in large text at the start and end of each episode
“In memory of the_Omega_effect”
Is it possible to implement a "simple mode" where the page doesn't load images,bbcode and just displays the text?
This way it'd be good for both people who have a limited amount of data/slow internet AND for people like me who want to avoid seeing cringy ass gifs and shit.
I had a dream that you were in. I was going down a lazy river on an inflatable boat. You were at the corners, trying to bounce me into spikes.
You'll be happy to know you were negative as always, Omega!
While I understand your point regarding giving "the cold hard truth" , doing so to someone already having emotional difficulties will only make them less receptive to you and your words. It is both unproductive and makes the person feel worse, ultimately potentially leading them to commit more self-destructive acts or have such attitudes. This is especially true with subjects as personal as "a place to belong".
A mage hates you and decides to punish you, but in a moment of grace gives you the choice. "Oh Omega Effect, you pain my arse! I give you a choice, only because of my options are so painfully hilarious to choose from, would you rather...."
1. become a playboy magazine in the hands of a group of high school boys
2. become the camera lens of a bad grandpa pornographic production company
holy fuck. i saw the new star wars movies and they actually straight up killed the franchise hahahaha NOW ITS JUST THE NEW TRANSFORMERS. Dumb, piss poor cash grab movies lmao. i feel sooo bad for Mark Hamill though
Can we actually stop with this hate towards "entitled consumers"? Why am I expected to care about the feelings of a person/people who put together something I am paying for when I criticize the product? A consumer is entitled by definition. You are entitled to whatever you set aside your time and your money for. If I'm in a restaurant and I get served something shit, the chef's feelings can go to hell. I'm gonna send it right the fuck back.