Netflix turned one of my favorite books into a movie and I haven't watched it yet solely because it's probably going to be terrible and I'm trying to decide whether or not to risk watching the story get utterly destroyed
Picture this: you're enjoying a peaceful evening, relaxing and reading a book. Suddenly, you hear rapid thumping sounds from your basement that seem to be getting louder... or closer. You stand up, ready to engage the intruder... then a gray blur of cat charges in, crashes face first into a laundry basket and moves it several feet, then sprints back from whence it came. So, that's how my evening went.
Why is it always the boy in the boy-girl duo who has the dark secret?
-Evey and Amber (obviously)
-Edward and Bella (twilight)
-Oliver and Amy (for the spaceboy-ers)
-Scarlett and Browne (mentioned this one already)
And I can't think of a single example to the contrary.
currently starring in a one-act play at school that's about a support group. the hardest part isn't the blocking, or remembering lines. no, the hardest part is the line "Is that something you'd like to talk about? Your mom?" because we can't not laugh at "your mom". we all have the brains of 5-year-olds.
...the show is in three days and we haven't managed it once...
I was digging through my game library and looking for something to play when I stumbled upon Hollow Knight, a game which 13-year-old me had only given around 2 hours of playtime due to absolutely hating the game. Decided to give it another try...
...what the heck was wrong with 13-year-old me?
just accidentally deleted some important premade assets from my current "game" project, so now i have to digitally remake them from nothing. in other words, the game is going to look terrible, but it'll be fine. and in my defense, the directions pretty much tricked me into deleting the assets.
decided to play super paper mario via nintendo switch online. it was the first time i'd ever touched the game. there was a 100% completed save file on it from somebody named 'smith'. So, uh... either somebody named 'smith' hijacked my Switch, or i somehow loaded someone else's game. it's pretty weird. is this, like, a normal occurrence?