It is hilarious.
The translator’s name is Karen McGillicuddy and she does not know the difference between taut and taught, WHICH IN THESE SITUATIONS MAY BE VITAL
ohh jesus. Now Im gonna worry about getting killed by a hippo, ant, or vending machine from now on.
reblogging for deer
i gotta watch out for hot dogs and bathtubs
you’re missing the main thing here- there’s a volcano
HOW DOES A VENDING MACHINE KILL SOMEONE?!
Answer: Heiwajima Shizuo
someone made a shizuo joke before i could :(
“This just needs to be reblogged over and over again.”
No. No, it doesn’t.
I hate the ‘there are starving kids in Africa’ argument. It’s ridiculous. It might be a fallacy which I’m too pissed off to look up.
The argument basically says that if you’re not a starving child in a third world country, you do not have the right to be sad, frustrated, or moody. It follows that there will always be someone who has it worse off than me. Following that logic, only one person in the whole entire world would be able to feel sad. He or she would have to be the most handicapped, most lonely, starving sick African child in the world and he, and only he, is allowed to be upset. Do you hear that? Think about it for a second. One person.
I had an eating disorder. Do you have any bloody clue how many times I was attacked, called shallow, and lectured about the, ‘poor African kids. Why would you starve yourself on purpose when they have no choice?’ it made me want to rip my hair out, because people were ignoring the bad stuff that happens to me in favor of something they thought was worse.
What’s happening to children in third world countries is awful. What’s happening to the people in those statuses is annoying. Both parties will react according.
In the meantime, stop emotion policing and fuck off.