when will parents understand that in some games you can save whenever you want and in some games you cant
Kitten and her first laptop
I was in a lecture. It wasn’t nearly as interesting as fish.
The best proposal I’ll ever witness.
the scene we’ve waited the whole anime for
The professor and Luke examine the strange statue curiously. It was certainly a strange one, depicting the elegant form of an angel hiding it’s eyes, appearing as if it was weeping.
"What do you think it’s doing Professor?" The young apprentice asked.
"I am not sure, Luke," Hershel answered his friend. The gentleman brought his hand to the brim of his hat and gave a tug. "Perhaps, my boy, we should look around for clues, there must be some reason for this statue." Luke nodded and with a smile, he followed his mentor away from the angel statue, letting his eyes wander everywhere for clues. The professor did the same.
It first happened to the professor, he felt a push on his back, he whirled around, but a white light blinded him. He felt nauseated as he reached out for Luke. The apprentice’s small hand somehow found the professor’s as he, too, was pushed forward.
Hershel pulled Luke into his embrace, trying to shield the boy from whatever was causing them to spin and tumble in a whirling white tunnel. Finally, Hershel slammed into something hard. He rolled a few feet, clutching Luke to his chest as they spun. They slowed to a stop and Luke immediately jumped up.
"What is it my boy, are you hurt?" Hershel asked with a hint of worry in his voice. Luke didn’t respond, he was far too busy gaping at something. As Hershel began to follow his apprentice’s gaze, he paused when a heart wrenching voice pieced his ears.
"Oh my, are you two alright?" the sweet voice asked. Hershel looked up, and met a pair of beautiful wide eyes. His heart caught in his throat and he struggled to get the air to his lungs. His mouth grew dry as he tried to push the one word he treasured most from the tip of his tongue. It took a few moments of struggle, but he finally managed to get it out in a soft, husky voice:
I’ve just started playing this game.
It was the best decision of my life.
When the summary of a fanfic looks amazing but the writing is actually really terrible:
When the summary of a fanfic is crap but you give it a chance because you’re bored, and it turns out to be really awesome:
no choi nooooooooooooooo