dragontopcane asked:

there is, in fact, an entire series of this camgirl in particular being attacked by gnomes! i believe she's "AellaGirl" on reddit, if for whatever reason you want to find more of this stuff.

i just found her tumblr, it’s the source for that post. honestly some of the other content in there left me feeling a little disappointed. the original post is still funny, but now i also get the feeling that she’s sheltered and assumes her life experience is the average experience? idek i’m just…. eeeh












What the hell….

Lmfao, this was not what I was expecting. AT ALL.

Thats the best shit ive seen on here in a long time

what a twiiiiiiiiist!

ROFLMAO this is like the second one i see in my dash, is there seriously an entire comic series of cam-worker attacked by gnomes out there




this website SAVED MY BRAIN when i was a stressed out college student who couldn’t stop flipping out long enough to prioritize. quite a few of you are still suffering through college so i hope this helps you too!! c:

reblogging this like the wind and god bless the person who made this

i know how to do the calculation longhand or at least i used to, but hearing it from someone else always silences my irritating voice of anxiety a little better so hopefully some other people can appreciate that effect too



Last night I found the "Fursona Generator" thanks to some Tumblr friends. I clicked through a few times and was laughing with tears streaming down my face.

My sense of humor is a bit warped.
Here are a few of the ones I got right away. Just super quick sketches— I needed to do something fun. I need to go back and hit it again for more inspiration later on.

my new work computer runs windows 8, and now i’m dealing with this unfortunate thing here: 

It’s basically telling me to swipe from the left, starting from outside the display. Except for the fact that, you know, this is a desktop, with a display that doesn’t give a shit about fingers. How do I make it so this stops showing up, or, if it must show up, that it shows tips relevant to desktops rather than tablets?


lizardlicks asked:

When you have trouble processing speech, what's it like? I get this thing where someone talks to me and for the most part I'll have understood the sentence, but one or two words at the beginning or end of it don't register as actual words? I can hear syllables and I know that these SHOULD translate to words, but it's like the person suddenly switched over to sim's speak, and I have to ask them to repeat it sometimes 2 or 3 times before it turns back into a thing I can parse.

the-real-seebs answered:

Something like that. My problem is that when I’m overloaded, sometimes I function like people who can hold conversations in their sleep. I can carry on conversations, the things I say sound like they’re related to the things other people say, and a minute later I have no idea what happened. Like, I can be surprised when a waitress brings food because I don’t realize I ordered any.

And sometimes I’ll just get a sea of words and they’re all perfectly valid words but there’s no sentences.

And one time, that happened during a conference call, and I was about to mention it in IRC (since I can still usually read/write fine), when one of the other participants said, in IRC, “(guy’s name) is being a dingbat again”. And I realized. I wasn’t having trouble processing speech. I was listening to a middle manager use buzzwords incorrectly. I was failing to parse sentences because none of the words were being used coherently enough for me to extract meaning from them.

Like, to put it in a context that’ll be more familiar to the fandom audiences… Imagine that you’re having a conversation about Homestuck, and then someone starts talking:

"Well, the question is whether Hussie’s lusus even has the update to flash an animation with a pesterlog of the appropriate chat color. Was the chapter even a typing quirk? John is a troll. In any event, alchemizing the strife specibus is a kind of fetch modus in fanfic, because those characters are AUs apart and quadrants didn’t even have build grist until after the gigapause."

Basically, it was like that, only it was to do with computer stuff. And seriously, it was exactly like “what the hell just happened to my speech processing!?!?”


haha that word salad example is what normal speech sounds like to me when i lose processing

also it gets louder and louder until i feel like they’re shouting directly into my ear, even if their volume hadn’t changed, because my processing has already redlined. every input past max capacity is like a firehose of screaming bees shoved up my nose.

screaming, strobing bees that taste like pine sol.