Dreaming in Digital
If that’s his idea of shortly…
*eyebrow waggle*

If that’s his idea of shortly…

*eyebrow waggle*

Score! I think you forgot a pair of zeroes there, buddy.

Score! I think you forgot a pair of zeroes there, buddy.

Zombie Quinn’s about to get more necklaces than your average mardi gras girl. XD

Zombie Quinn’s about to get more necklaces than your average mardi gras girl. XD

delstuffs:

Sorc shaming because apparently most of them are total jerks. Ignored and separating the name so my fellow friends who gets serious reactions from that skill can avoid and play safely.

Curious why this is a thing. What do you mean by serious reactions?

delstuffs:

Sorc shaming because apparently most of them are total jerks. Ignored and separating the name so my fellow friends who gets serious reactions from that skill can avoid and play safely.

Curious why this is a thing. What do you mean by serious reactions?

If I die soon, it’s because I found out my coconut was moldy only after tasting the liquid inside. ;___;

little-sith:

Please don’t be afraid of St. Louis.  It is a wonderfully diverse, beautiful city with many things to offer.

We have the third best Zoo in the country, rated fourth in the world.

We have a top ten art museum.

One of the largest Japanese Gardens.

The City Museum. If you look at nothing in this list, look at this.

The Science Center, the Arch, Busch Stadium, Delmar Loop. So many wonderful places with wonderful people. And that’s just the “tourist areas.”

I have never felt unsafe in St. Louis, or St. Louis County. Like any big city, be aware of your surroundings and don’t be stupid or a dick, and chances are you’ll be fine. Like everywhere else. 

Yes, there are some bad parts to the city and surrounding county. There are some horrible, terrible things. And those things, which are definitely there, are on the forefront of everyone’s minds.

These things need to be taken care of. There is no doubt or argument about that. 

I just ask that people not be afraid of this amazing city. To recognize the problems, but to also recognize the community and people that love it.

^ This! Visiting the Science Center, Zoo, Arch, and Six Flags were all highlights of my childhood. :)

It’s all Torian’s fault. :P