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missblackglass:

datsweetberrypunch:

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poppunklovesongs:

knee-say:

"I loved you, always.”

going to comment a little on this game: the overseeing voice talks as if it owns you, and defies your free will. if you follow its orders, you are praised, and the worldview becomes sharper and more detailed. if you don’t, you are chastised, and the world becomes more vague and difficult to navigate, but also more colourful and loud. it’s odd, and sort of eerie, but definitely interesting. take it as you will.

This game really unsettles me. It unsttles me that my first choice to obey, and when I played again and disobeyed, I got really emotional really fast. Failure hurt me more the more I disobeyed. It was… interesting to experience.

i’ve always said we are trained to obey more than to think.

holy shit. i reblogged this the first time without playing. then i played in and it is terrifying. i very much like this, but it will give you intense feelings. 

What’s the game??

you obey everything the game tells you too, even jumping into barbs and basically killing yourself. if you dont youre chastised and even the scolding is terrifying

So, essentially, it’s a game that illustrates what it’s like to be in an abusive parents or an abusive relationship - and how it affects you emotionally. That is horrific and ingenious - the next time someone negates the affects of emotional abuse, I’ll take them to this game and let them come to their own conclusions.

This game absolutely gets it. The most solid and reliable degradation is a gendered insult. The more you obey and co-operate, the better understanding you seem to have of your word, and things seem easier. But what really gets me is the contradiction. You are not allowed to have the correct answer. Are you a boy or a girl? The answer is no, I will give you the answer. even towards the end, your “praise” is “no, I will give you the answer. You earned this answer, but it is given to you by me.” Disobeying makes the world frightening and confusing and difficult, but beautiful in a world devoid of flavour.

Not just a gendered insult, either. The nameless voice that directs the player’s actions is supposed to be a hateful, abusive monster, and when the game’s designers asked themselves “okay, what’s the most degrading, dehumanising thing this voice could possibly do to the player?”, the answer they came up with was “deliberately misgender them”.

Played it both ways — one where I implicitly obeyed everything and the other where I defied wherever I could.

Both endings are abrupt and without any sort of contextual resolution. When you obey, you’re praised and you’re given a clear landscape and what appears to be a coin (so a reward), but with the clear knowledge everything is at the behest of the voice, who is so very pleased to own you. When you play the game defyingly, the voice that smugly tells you that it will make you beg ends up being the one that begs at the end. “Why do you hate me? I loved you.” “Where will you go? Will you stay close?” You’re given the choice between going and staying. If you choose to go, you’re given an unending corridor to walk through filled with the colorful glitchy distortion obscuring everything. It ends as you walk down it.

On one hand, you’re given the world you know, with all your needs met, but none of the will. On the other hand, you’re given a world of opportunity that’s entirely yours but it’s undefined, unknown, and unending.

It’s definitely an emotional experience.

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- Sherlock, I’m home- 

- Hello, John.
- Hello, Watson.
- You’re late, dear Watson.

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deadpool #29

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dudeufugly:

via Sherlockology on twitter: “Watch the first Sherlock outtake from the upcoming Series Three: Special Edition set, kindly sent to us by the BBC” X

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dramatisecho:

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markruffalo:

mamalaz:

The Avengers as a 70s cop show

I’d watch this show.

hurdygurdyflurdy:

jedavu:

New Impossibly Tiny Landscapes Painted on Food by Hasan Kale

WHY


COOL BUT WHY

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ALS Ice Bucket Challenge 2014

cinema-buff:

【炎炎夏日倒冰桶救ALS病患】

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相信消息靈通的板友應該都有耳聞「ALS Ice Bucket Challenge」這個逐漸在好萊塢演藝圈中擴散的小慈善行動,這是來自「肌萎縮性脊髓側索硬化症(ALS)協會」所起始的自發性活動,旨為透過將「冰桶挑戰」的棒子傳下去,來讓更多人注意到這個疾病,進而捐款幫助需要的病患。

昨天迪士尼的總裁Bob Iger從蘋果總裁Tim Cook那邊接下挑戰,又接著將接力棒傳給了旗下的三位「角色」:影集《醜聞風暴》的Olivia Pope、《鋼鐵人》Tony Stark、《星際異攻隊》的「星爵」Peter Quill!

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wisesnail:

I love his face. But I hate it.
Prints on my Society6! C:

wisesnail:

I love his face. But I hate it.

Prints on my Society6! C:

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dramatisecho:

magazine series // x-men feature

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Colin Firth as the cover star of L’UOMO Vogue

Tom Hardy as the cover star of  ”Exquire” May, 2014

snogboxez:

Sherlock AU - Don’t You Want To Phone A Friend?

At the Watsons’ wedding, after his phone call to Mycroft proves unhelpful, it occurs to Sherlock that their may be another person who shares his feelings about weddings. But, like his brother and as per usual, the Woman sees right through him. 

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