*Our first League of Legends giveaway!*
We have 1 $50 RP card and 4 $25 RP cards so there’ll be 5 winners in this giveaway! Sounds interesting, right? There will be two separate contests. Let’s get to rules.
To enter BOTH contests:
To enter to win $25 RP:
- Must be following both of us.
- Both reblogs and likes do count.
To enter to win $50 RP:
- There are 20 League of Legends multiple choice questions we have come up with plus a bonus. It can be found at here.
- To participate, you’ll have to send a submission with your answers directly to me. (I’m active and Micah doesn’t get on Tumblr much.)
- You can send as many submissions as you like for more chances!
- Answer all questions and if you get one question right, it’ll be count as a full credit. If you skip a question, it won’t count.
The $25 RP contest winners will be selected through random number generator and the $50 winner whoever has the most correct answers will be selected. However, if we get submissions that have tied points, we’ll do the random number generator to select the winner.
If the winners don’t claim their prizes within 24 hours, we’ll select new winners so keep your ask box opened!
Deadline: February 20th at midnight.
You don’t have to play League of Legends to enter those contests! You can play for entertainment!
Note: If you don’t play League of Legends and you’re the winner and you rather to give it to your friends who play League of Legends, give us their tumblr urls or if you don’t want to claim your prize, we’ll select a new winner. We’ll message you personally.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask!
Okay, that’s all. Let’s get the contests begin! GOOD LUCK, SUMMONERS!
well the WebMD one is more accurate then it needs to be
have you ever heard a raven talk?
because apparently they can go from severus snape to japanese schoolgirl in .5 seconds.
I had no idea marshmallows could stampede as such.
Green Day’s lovely cover of Eye of the Tiger
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Went the distance now I’m BA NA NA NAAA
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It’s the Eye of the Tiger it’s the
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i thought you were exaggerating holy shit
oH MY GOD
Reblogging this again because it’s so funny
this is the best day of my life
#About three things I was absolutely positive. First, The Doctor was a Time Lord. Second, there was a part of him-and I didn’t know how potent that part might be-that thirsted for my bananas. And third, I was unconditionally and irrevocably in love with him.
oh my god.
thirsted for my bananas.
this is indescribable
My Little Raptor by briannacherrygarcia
WHY CAN’T THIS BE THE SHOW. I WOULD BE 100% MORE OKAY WATCHING IT WITH MY NIECE IF IT WERE.
That would’ve been a helluva lot more interesting than this:
The sequel to the ever-terrifyng and mentally scarring “Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared” reared its frightening, existential head last night and I couldn’t help myself, in the early hours of the morning, from doing bit of analysis.
The video follows a similar structure to the first video. The three characters, who I’m going to call Red, Crow, and Yellow, sit somewhat idle before an inanimate object become sentient and leads into a song. The song, over its course, becomes more and more disturbing, working towards a specific point that seems to be instigated by the inanimate object. In the first video, there was the notepad, and now, we have the clock.
There are various topics that can be applied to this video: absurdism, existentialism, and decay. I’m going to do my best to break it down.
Red, Crow, and Yellow sit in what is presumably their living room. The familiar calendar says that it is June 19. The clock ticks, very audibly. Red breaks the silence by saying: “come on guys, stop mucking around. We’ve only got five minutes until our show’s on”.
Crow, looking at their watch, responds, with a worried tone, “that’s not enough time!”
And then, the clock on the wall, who I’m going to call Time, suddenly sentient, interjects, “there’s always time for a song”.
He then has limbs and begins to explain what time is, explaining the physicalities of time (it being worn on the wrist or put on the wall) and how "the past is far behind us, the future doesn’t exist" while panning past a portrait of Red, Crow, and Yellow, the date marked 19. 06. 55. (this may hold significance, I will elaborate later)
Let’s analyse what we’ve got so far:
The three sit in silence aside from the tickling of the clock and become anxious about the time they have left before their show starts. As soon as their worries arise, Time springs to life, and begins to offer words of explanation and reassurance in relation to time. Everyone at one point in their lives, or even their entire lives, thinks about how one day they will die. No one and nothing lasts forever. This pertains to the fear of decay and existential crisis.
Time tells them that the past is far behind us, while panning past Yellow’s inked-over clown painting:
"the past is far behind us"
"the future doesn’t exist"
This can be interpreted as an exception that time has passed (and the events in the first video occurred, there’s some continuity here) but then a sort of reassurance via denial of the future: the future is a big blank nothing, oh, don’t worry about it.
There’s always time for a song = you will always have time to live and be happy. You will always have time for “your show”.
What happens next is a little adventure through time and space.
Crow: what’s the time?
Time: It’s quarter-to-nine, time to have a bath.
Crow: What do you mean? We’re already clean!
Time: (sternly) scrub, scrub, scrub ‘til the water’s brown!
Here begins the reveal of Time’s nature. There is a desperate need to follow the order and schedule dictated by time. Even if you are already clean, you must follow what time says. Time gives order to the frightening and confusing world. More on that later.
At this point, let’s say that the clock and time were created by Red, Yellow, and Crow (representative of the human race) to be a distraction from and creation of order for life. Crow actually gets on this topic. More later.
Let’s just get some more examples of Time dictating, distracting, and dissuading:
Time starts to really sing it out about going on a journey through time. Red says that they don’t really want to, because “we’re going to miss our show"
Time: “Don’t be stupid friends! Come on, it’s time to go.”
At one point, an apple and a tree allude to events that occur later in the video:
Time: “A tree that is older has shriveled and died”
Crow: The apple that’s fresh is ripe to the core!
Apple: “then I rot over time and I’m not anymore”
And then, imagery of the “future”:
This is another distraction from the concerns of running out of time or missing something, in this case, their show.
Time: Everything’s cool, it’s the future!
And still June 19th.
Time is flooding them with positive imagery that shows a world where they are not effected by time. Old things, like that violin in the montage, become a mystery/disappear, but walking on the ruler, Red, Crow, and Yellow are still constant and unchanged. It is still June 19, Just like in the portrait where it was June 19th, 1955, and everyone is fine. They’re distracted from the concerns of missing their show: a symbol of their lives. They’re afraid of their lives slipping by, or running out of time.
And here is where I’m going to say this: time is a mental defense mechanism of their own creation, personified as the clock, Time. He has stern reactions to questioning of the validity of time:
Time: “now you can see the importance of time, it helps us make pizza and keeps us in line”
Crow: “but when did it start?”
Yellow: “and when will it stop?”
Time: “Time is important and I am a clock”.
Time makes this straight-forward and broad statement, right when the others begin to question and wonder about time. He’s their own subconscious defense mechanism about to respond to the threats it was built to destroy.
Red: “If we run out of time, then where does it go?”
Yellow: “Is time even real? Does anyone know?”
Crow: “Maybe time’s just a construct of human perception, an illusion created by-“
Time cuts of Crow by screaming/beeping repeatedly until Yellow’s ear bleeds. This is yet again another form of Time distracting and dissuading them away from reality, or the worries of life and the nature of which we give order to it.
This works, and the three stop questioning time. Time continues the song along.
Time: Sunrise, sunset night and day, the changing seasons, the smell of hay”
Time: “Look at your hair grow, isn’t it strange, how it makes your appearance change”
And then here comes the shift.
This is where Time begins to show how he does not actually keep them safe from the decay that they, as beings must face, and that time is actually what causes them to rot. Red, Crow, and Yellow begin to decay rapidly:
Time looks on, calendar behind him, with a vindictive, condescending stare, hands behind back as a sign of authority:
The camera then pans out and we find that the horrifying imagery of the decay of the characters is happening on the television:
Yellow, from the television, cries out:
"Make it stop!"
Crow’s eye falls out, and there is an emphasis on this.
The camera continues to pan out to show Red, Crow, and Yellow, in their original sitting positions from the beginning of the video, unscathed. The events of rot and gore still occur on the television while Time says:
"It’s out of my hands, I’m only a clock. Don’t worry, I’m sure you’ll be fine, but eventually everyone runs out of time."
Analysis: they just watched the show they’d been anxious to catch in time at the beginning. The entire montage was a philosophical “trip”, per se, brought on by the worry of there not being enough time. The show = their existence. They watched, through the lens of their fears in relation to mortality, how they will succumb to death and decay, while time, what once gave order to the chaotic world they live in, slowly begins to do the opposite of their intent while creating it: showing them what they wanted to ignore.
With his last lines, Time once again attempts to reassure them, but with menacing tones.
And, looking closely by Crow’s feet, you can see what is presumably his eye:
This means that they are not fully assured/comforted this time. They are aware of how time is both a defensive-creation of humankind, made to protect us from mental and physical disarray, but in the end it is what kills us.
To wrap this up:
Time is an illusion. Time is in your head. It is one of many human concepts created to give order to this confusing and absurd world. It does not protect one from eventual rot and death, for nothing can.
After seeing this, I do hope they make this into an on-going series. It’s just unfortunate it’ll be quite a while before we see another one. Well, as long as it’s just as great as Creative and Time.
you need to watch this
i want to ask why but im not