So much has happened. And I’m sure it’s only the beginning. Through the smiles and tears, through the anger… and the laughter that follows… I know that I’ll keep changing.

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nystic:

this is important please spread

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bronyparctears:

*white dude voice* Let’s take a look at the dictionary definition, shall we?

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naokikonishis:

if inaba is so accepting, then why is it that i, tohru adachi,

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mustachossom:

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i couldn’t not

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theomeganerd:

A new Silent Hill is coming from Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro
The P.T. playable demo that Sony announced at Gamescom and released earlier today on the PlayStation Store was actually a teaser for another game: a new Silent Hill from Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro.
The PlayStation 4 “interactive teaser” was apparently a stealthy, creative way to announce the new Silent Hill that Kojima has been teasing for months. At the end of the P.T. demo, a character is shown walking through an abandoned city. The names Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro appear on screen just before the main character turns around, revealing that he is played by The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus.
The game is apparently called Silent Hills.
Developing…

theomeganerd:

A new Silent Hill is coming from Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro

The P.T. playable demo that Sony announced at Gamescom and released earlier today on the PlayStation Store was actually a teaser for another game: a new Silent Hill from Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro.

The PlayStation 4 “interactive teaser” was apparently a stealthy, creative way to announce the new Silent Hill that Kojima has been teasing for months. At the end of the P.T. demo, a character is shown walking through an abandoned city. The names Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro appear on screen just before the main character turns around, revealing that he is played by The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus.

The game is apparently called Silent Hills.

Developing…

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connorkawaii:

NEW SILENT HILL GAME
Hideo Kojima (Metal Gear Solid) and Guillermo del Toro (horror movie director) have teamed up to bring back the popular horror ‘Silent Hill’ hill series - the new entry is supposedly called “Silent Hills" 
Silent Hills was hinted via a demo teaser, titled P.T. released on the Playstation Store - which starred Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus. What people thought was an advert for a new IP, turned out to be a new entry in the familiar Silent Hill series.
No release date just yet.
(sources: x, x)

connorkawaii:

NEW SILENT HILL GAME

Hideo Kojima (Metal Gear Solid) and Guillermo del Toro (horror movie director) have teamed up to bring back the popular horror ‘Silent Hill’ hill series - the new entry is supposedly called “Silent Hills

Silent Hills was hinted via a demo teaser, titled P.T. released on the Playstation Store - which starred Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus. What people thought was an advert for a new IP, turned out to be a new entry in the familiar Silent Hill series.

No release date just yet.

(sources: x, x)

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Oat Bars with mix-ins!

no-more-ramen:

This is a great and simple recipe I made for myself using pantry staples we had on hand, and it turned out so well that I wanted to share! Great for a filling breakfast, snack, a crumble/ice cream/yogurt topping, or just a treat because you deserve it!

I’ve made this two ways: with a stand mixer and by hand. Using a stand mixer makes this recipe go really easily for a low-spoon day: just drop in the ingredients and mix! However, I usually don’t have access to one, so I’ve included the by-hand method too. It’s lots of fun to squish and work the ingredients together, but takes more time and uses more energy.

This recipe can be made gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan with substitutions, but I haven’t tried them myself.

Onto the recipe!

Equipment

  • Oven
  • Large bowl and spatula OR stand mixer with paddle attachment
  • 1/2 cup measure
  • Pan for oven use, with parchment paper/nonstick cookie sheet OR greased and floured pie or cake pan

Ingredients

  • 3/4 cups butter (1.5 sticks), at room temperature (or from fridge: microwave for ~30 seconds until soft)
  • 1/2 cup light/golden brown sugar (use 1/2 normal brown sugar and 1/2 white sugar or just brown sugar if you like the molasses flavour. It’s up to you!)
  • 2 1/2 cups quick oats (the instant packages work too! Try using flavoured packets for a different spin!)
  • 1/2 cup flour (or nut meals, gluten not needed!)
  • 1/2 cup mix-ins (optional)

Method

First, preheat your oven to 325F or 160C, so it’s ready when you are!

Drop your butter into a bowl, and mix it on medium in a stand mixer for 1.5 minutes, or with the spatula until almost fluffy. Add the sugar and mix again until fluffy again (about 1-2 minutes).

Start adding the oats 1 cup at a time. If you’re using a spatula, it might be easier after 1 cup of oats to use your hands. Mix the oats around and then squish them together with the sugar/butter until mixed well. Add the 1/2 cup of flour with the final 1/2 cup of oats, and mix again! Now you can add your mix ins. I use a few handfuls of chocolate chips, but raisins, nuts, or small pieces of dried fruit work too! Be creative!

Once your mix-ins are in, you can choose how you want to cook and shape your oat cookies. They hold together very well, so make sure you pack them down densely at about 1cm/0.4” thickness. Use a cookie cutter, pack them into a pan, or just make one rectangle. You can also sprinkle them with a bit of sugar or shredded coconut for a fun topping! Depending on your shapes, they’ll cook for different times, so start checking on them at about 10-15 minutes, and take them out after when you tap them on the top, the top doesn’t buckle in. While you wait, make sure to soak the bowl in very warm water, or the butter won’t come off easily later.

Take them out of the oven, cut if you want to, then let them cool for about 5 minutes before enjoying! They will last in a plastic bag at room temperature for about a week.

Substitutions (beware: untested!)

Gluten free: substitute wheat flour for oat flour, nut flours, or all-purpose gluten-free flour. **Oats are normally gluten-free, but check your package to make sure! Any flour works as a substitute because the recipe doesn’t use the flour as a binder, so nut flours are fine! I wouldn’t recommend tapioca flour, as it might make the bars a bit chewier than you want.

Dairy-free/Vegan: substitute coconut oil or a dairy-free butter substitute that is solid at room temperature.  You might want to add a bit more flour to hold the cookies together if the dough is more like a batter. 

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funimationentertainment:

i hate it when ppl be like “ur favorite anime is shit”

of course it is. im shit too. its a perfect combination. get out of here and let me roll around in my trash anime and be happy with my filth life

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witches and wizards of colour

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