- 🔁 Repost from KieranSuckling:
"The winner of the game is the player who makes the next-to-last mistake." - chess grandmaster Savielly Tartakower
OMG after grinding for so long with a F2P account I finally made S-Rank on @PlayDuelyst ! And on the last day of the season too! T_T :joy:
- 🔁 Repost from SEFPinol:
I will talk to President Rody Duterte and ask him to allow the DA to take over Project NOAH #SaveProjectNOAH
Dapat sa Royal Rumble na lang sumali, walang Q&A dun
FINAL FANTASY XV The World Wanderer (Platinum) Collected all trophies. #PS4share https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-us/tid=CUSA01633_00
IDK, saying that all these things have been problems for a long time seems a bit lame if you're defending someone who ran on promises of "change"
IDK, saying that all these things have been problems for a long time seems a bit lame when defending someone who ran on promises of "change"
"A Few Good Men" never gets old
- 🔁 Repost from fozmeadows:
Watching my toddler figure out how to language is fascinating. Yesterday we were stumped when he kept insisting there was a “Lego winner” behind his bookshelf - it turned out to be a little Lego trophy cup. Not knowing the word for “trophy”, he’d extrapolated a word for “thing you can win”. And then, just now, he held up his empty milk container and said, “Mummy? It’s not rubbish. It’s allowed to be a bottle.” - meaning, effectively, “I want this. Don’t throw it away.” But to an adult ear, there’s something quite lovely about “it’s allowed to be a bottle,” as if we’re acknowledging that the object is entitled to keep its title even in the absence of the original function.
Another good post to read for those writing small human characters.