Better Than Everyone Since 1643
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avialum:

anime trope episodes: the beach episode, the festival episode, the episode where someone doesn’t know how to cook
western cartoon trope episodes: the episode where someone has several copies of themselves made, the episode where inanimate objects come to life, the episode that is a homage to a movie from the 1950s, the episode where someone is shrunk down to microscopic levels and placed inside the body of another person
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kitkaloid:

Another art experiment!! (Psst full view) This time Ai Mikaze from Uta no Prince-Sama as a gift for the lovely Sev. Shading lines like this is funnnn..  If you guys have any suggestions of characters you’d like to see like this dump them in my ask!

kitkaloid:

Another art experiment!! (Psst full view) This time Ai Mikaze from Uta no Prince-Sama as a gift for the lovely Sev. Shading lines like this is funnnn..  If you guys have any suggestions of characters you’d like to see like this dump them in my ask!

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robot friend does not agree. 'failure' is inability to fulfill directive. human has no programmed directive. human evolutionary directive is to live. you are alive. everything else is bonus.
Anonymous

roboticdreams:

I’ve been saving this message in my inbox for a long time because it always makes me feel better. I needed it today. Thank you

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i was the abuser. i abused someone once, emotionally. and i felt nothing but regret, shame, and guilt for it after. it was not until recently that what i did was abuse. for a while i tried to justify what i did, but in the end, it was just abuse. i am normally not like this, but i get worried. i was capable of that, would i do that again? am i just really an awful person? i realize that what i've done was terribly wrong and i want to set things right, but fact is, in the end, i abused someone.
Anonymous

kyleehenke:

We’re only human. Most of us have all done something pretty rotten in our lives, tbh. Your fear of ever doing it again and your awareness of how you tried to justify it shows that you’re at least conscious of your erroneous thinking, which would hopefully keep you from ever allowing that kind of bullshit reasoning to occur again. You’re totally fine if you can avoid making that same mistake.

Routine abusers usually try to stick by their justifications, concoct excuses, or make themselves out to be the victim. You haven’t done any of those. Don’t torment yourself over it, just learn from your mistakes. If you can do that, you’re totally ok.