I don’t play WoW, but I find this to be true for most online gaming. I know I refuse to use a mic and talk while playing most online games. I’m not saying it is that way for everything, but for some.
I love the Lego Movie so much, and I connected with Unikitty’s thinly-veiled anger issues on a spiritual level, so I figured I’d make an animation out of the (clearly) most important character.
raichuuuuu!!!! i’ve been working on this guy on and off since january, and i think he’s finally done. 1:1 scale (almost; i think he ended up a couple inches short when all was said and done) with a wire tail. he was based off of the 3D model that is in the new game (?? if that’s what you call that, i haven’t played it /u\ )
shoutout to oxygen
This is life literally
ON MY MAMA I BE BREATHING
I’m done with this website
WHAT IS THIS HAHAHA
WHAT DID I JUST WATCH
Domino’s knows whats up
reblogging here because ceavit has some of my favorite art ever and I don’t think they get enough appreciation!! Seriously look it’s birds and fruit. I want this series on my wall!
Fact: Pansexuals are greedy. Even greedier than their bisexual sister species. It is very common for a pansexual to hoard sexual partners like a dragon hoards treasure. An unrelated fact: Pansexuals are dragons.
You know when I was younger I used to hate Olga because we really only saw her from Helga’s perspective, and ofcourse, someone who’s seen with such a horrible point of veiw can’t usually help but to be seen horribly, but I think more than anything now I just feel sorry for her, she didn’t grow up in a different home from Helga, her parents were the same, the difference is that Bob and Miriam don’t expect anything from Helga so they don’t care much about her (or rather, don’t care much about how they act around her) where as with Olga they had very, smotheringly high expectations for her, yes they gave her attention, but that isn’t always a good thing, they gave Olga the WRONG kind of attention, the pressuring kind, just seeing Bob’s reaction anytime Olga did something less than perfect (not winning ONE trophy or ONE spelling contest and coming in second, despite all the things she DID win for example) shows that Olga most likely learned very young that the only way to get any approval or attention from her parents was to be as perfect as she could be, and happy all the time too apparently, so Olga molded to follow the example they were setting: perfection is the only way to be good, where as Helga is, unconciously, following the example in front of her too: don’t care about anyone or anything and yelling always proves your point, I’m sure whenever Olga did poorly at something, unbeknownst to Helga who was likely too young to remember (or rather, wasn’t around at the time, both before she was born and when she wasn’t home) she likely was given the same negative attention that Helga recieves now, onto what really made me think of all this, Olga really, genuienly does love Helga I think, I think she sees Helga as a clean slate of sorts, the one person in her life who doesn’t expect anything of her, yet Helga hates her and she doesn’t know why so she keeps modeling the behaviour of a “perfect” sister that she sees in media or in school, they have a pretty big age gap, atleast ten years, since Helga mentions “every year” she comes home from college and Helga is only nine, at the youngest Olga has to be I’d think nineteen but she’s more likely 22 or so, that means that when Helga was four, around the time of her earliet memories, Olga was already in high school and about to graduate, not leaving much time for them to connect at all, or for Helga to ever really witness any failures Olga may have had, additionally, we’ve seen that Helga suffers from pretty bad emotional issues, I’m sure Olga does too, but unlike Helga who expresses this with anger, Olga presents us with depression and most likely some type of anxiety, thus why she can be bawling at the drop of a hat, and why she’s so easily swayed (alot of people with anxiety tend to follow whatever they’re asked for fear of upsetting someone they deem important) and I really wish we could have had just one episode where Olga’s perspective was seen, atleast for a few minutes
This is a great assessment! I especially like that you included the possibility of Olga intentionally putting on the perfection act around Helga because she honestly believes that’s the only way to please people, without realizing that it is exactly what is turning Helga off of reaching out to her. I totally agree with everything you’ve written here. I’ve always thought that Helga and Olga were sitting on opposite sides of the spectrum of bad parenting (and emotional abuse as the very least), and that the impact of it manifested itself differently in them. Like you said, Olga has really intense reactions to stress and pretty debilitating instances of depression, which we see through Helga’s eyes as weakness and/or being a drama queen because she’s not old enough to understand the seriousness of it or the connection between it and their parents. I like to think that once they are both old enough to be completely on their own and not reliant on their parents, they will be able to get together, stop acting a part, and really bond as friends and sisters. Right now, Helga’s just not old enough to realize that she’s seeing the wrong person as the enemy. The Patakis make me so unbelievably sad.
“Chapman! It’s for the children.”
ok i actually put the rainbow road theme at 70% speed and it sounds like an infomercial soundtrack from the 1980s
do you think whoever was designing the default netflix avatar made a mistake somewhere but just sat there laughing at the result for so long that the whole design team decided to keep it