when i was around 5 i asked my mom why “some people were different colors” and she said “because god wanted lots of flavors” and let me tell you that was the wrong thing to say because for the next 3 years i thought god ate people when they died
So a blog post of mine ended up partially inspiring a game jam which is pretty wonderful! It’s Ruin Jam, it’s celebrating the nonexistent demise of video games, and it’s open to anyone who has been, is being, or plans to be accused of ruining the games industry. It starts on Monday, September 1st and runs until Sunday, September 14th, giving you plenty of time to make something and contribute to the downfall of everything shitty nerds hold dear!
Please click the link for more information and rules, but when the jam starts you’ll be able to submit your beautiful creations to this page! I hope you’ll participate!
It’s really hard for me to enjoy game grumps when they have such a whiny, egotistical fanbase. People are actually offended by the fact that they put trigger warnings in their videos. It’s a fucking sentence in the description does it really affect you that much? Is your day really ruined because they put a measly warning to help someone that’s not you?? It’s like they’re just making up things to be upset about.
1. being useful, helping people, being nice 2. cats 3. Two Best Friends Play videos 4. succeeding at something 5. rainbows 6. fulfilling promises 7. water 8. physical contact, especially on the top of my head 9. hearing my friends’ voices 10. puzzles 11. very specific foods 12. thinking about people I like 13. my and my sister’s stories 14. people being nice to me 15. mathematics
More fun facts about ancient Celtic marriage laws: There were no laws against interclass or interracial marriage, no laws against open homosexual relationships (although they weren’t considered ‘marriages’ since the definition of a marriage was ‘couple with child’), no requirement for women to take their husband’s names or give up their property, but comedians couldn’t get married
y’all try to find the tiniest reason to not support sj/feminism like “oh wow a troll blog once said eating chinese food is cultural appropriation haha sorry i guess i don’t support trans rights at all anymore”
Last dream you remember: I actually started keeping a dream journal so I do remember it. Goofy was seducing spies so they’d save his life and they taught real animals to sing in a band and we ate good meat.
Can you juggle: No.
Art/sports/both: Depends on the art, if it’s really pretty I’d like it. I’ve never really gotten into sports and I don’t think I have the time to start.
Do you like writing: No.
Do you like dancing: No…? I haven’t danced in a long time, maybe I like it now.
Do you like singing: Yeah, but I’d stop as soon as someone tells me to.
Dream vacation: I am going to Japan someday with my sister and she is visiting Canada with me someday.
Dream guy/girl: MM.
Dream wedding: HMMM.
Dream pet: Cat.
Dream job: I just want to do math, is that so impossible?
Favorite song: All music is terrible, especially the type I like.
Favorite album: Foxtrot.
Last song you heard on the radio: I don’t remember, but it was the sucky station, so maybe something like Brass in Pocket.
Least favorite song: Having My Baby. There are a lot of bad songs, but Having My Baby is pretty terrible.
Least favorite album: ?
Least favorite artist: ??
Hair color: Red, narcissism.
Eye color: I’ve found blue eyes with guys are always cute to me.
Taller/shorter: Taller, shorter is really unlikely.
Please answer this question! What are the parts of a castle? Hallways, rooms, dungeons, what is it all called? How is it set up? I have a story which goes on in a kingdom, which it would be helpful if you tell me whats in a kingdom, also please! Thx!
There are a lot of things in a kingdom and they vary by climate and culture. For example, a nomadic kingdom in the mountains will probably not have large fields or gigantic temples. Do not limit yourself to what I’ve put down.
Religious areas. Temples, shrines, relic houses, sacred ground, sacred waters. There may be separate schools for religious people to be educated. If you’re in a more secular culture, the schools and religious buildings will be separate.
Command and control. An area from which the ruler(s) can oversee the kingdom, hold court, hoard wealth, and dispense judgment. There may be more than one such area that the ruler(s) rotate through during the year.
Cities. There will be more than one and more on the coast than inland. The coastal cities will be important for trade with other nations; the inland cities more important for trade within the kingdom.
Towns/villages. More valuable for internal trade and supplying the countryside with goods they cannot receive from their own land.
Subdivisions. We subdivide into provinces, states, counties, districts. You can also subdivide by duchies, baronies, viscounties, manors, and a bunch of other methods. The divides may also be cultural, ethnic, and/or religious in addition to political.
Fresh water. Without it, there would be no way the kingdom could sustain a large amount of people. Remember to include rivers, streams, lakes, and ponds. They sustain the people and the livestock and provide water power.
Roads. People need to get from Point A to Point B. They might not be four-lane asphalt, but they go from place to place. The more frequented an area is, the better and more direct the road (the road between the political center and the seaport, for instance, will be well-maintained indeed).
Revenue. The kingdom’s money has to come from somewhere. Sometimes it’s trade, in which case, cities will be important. Most countries also have agricultural areas where they grow an in-demand crop, like indigo, wheat, cotton, and tulips, and farm animals for food, clothing material, and export (ex. sheep, cows, and horses). There will probably be mines of some sort: tin, copper, iron, aluminum, gold, silver, and gems will all be important sources of revenue.