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♠Daily life
♠Human body
♠New Hampshire
Anything that's interesting to me. Hope you find it interesting too.

"You can tell in the lines in my smile, that I have been around for a while."

♠_Life on display._♠








nothing makes a gamer more nervous than when the game autosaves in a seemingly harmless location

"this is an awfully convenient collection of healing items"

"why is all this ammo here"

"where did all the enemies go"

"This room has rather a lot of wide, open space in it." 

"The music stopped suddenly."

"No, there it is."

"….That’s an awful lot of bass."

(Source: missgaley)

Stage rendition of the ‘Musical Ending’
The Last of Us: One Night Live

(Source: lutecerobert)

LESSONS I LEARNED FROM VIDEO GAMES (feel free to add your own!)

Mass Effect: There will always be people telling you the fight is impossible. Fight anyway.

Assassin's Creed: Heroes can come from anywhere.

Fez: Sometimes solving a puzzle only takes looking at it from a different angle.

inFAMOUS: Give people second chances. They might surprise you.

Journey: The road may be long, but you don't have to walk it alone.

Civilization: Not all victories are the same.

Borderlands: Sometimes, you just need to laugh at yourself.

Minecraft: There is no limit to your imagination.

Skyrim: Practice makes perfect.

Pokemon: Friendship can overcome amazing odds.

Katamari Damacy: Even the smallest person can do something great.

Bioshock: Appearances can be deceiving. Even something that appears perfect can have deep flaws.

Dragon Age: Some things can't be changed. What matters is how you adapt to them.

Fallout: Even after the worst disasters, things can be rebuilt.

The Sims: No one man should have all that power.

The Last Of Us: Sometimes redemption comes from the most unexpected places.

Tetris: Do the best you can with what you have.

Portal: If you can't find a way, make your own.

flOw: Adaptation is the key to survival.

If you want to learn what someone fears losing, watch what they photograph.

Unknown (via thexpotent)

This hit me harder than I expected.

(via isarian450)

(Source: foreverthecuriousone)