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Go down a waterslide when it isn’t wet and you’ll understand why foreplay is so important.

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This is the best explanation I’ve ever read.

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slayboybunny:

fire ants were accidentally imported into the USA think about your government next time one stings you into the next oblivion 

For a children’s show, Adventure Time is full of adult fears

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Being unable to care for your child

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Being overpowered by your child

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Being manipulated into an abusive relationship

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Being attacked by your spouse

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Depression and attempted suicide

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Threat of miscarriage

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Losing a loved one (or yourself) to Alzheimer’s

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Not to mention a goddamned nuclear apocalypse

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Adventure time isn’t a kids show. It’s a people show.

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I’m a teacher and today two new students signed up at my school - three year old identical twin boys. Their names are Sora and Riku.

That generation is here.

It begins.

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JESUS CHRIST

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Anonymous said: I want to maybe get into dmmd but I've heard the anime wasn't great so what's the best option? Would the anime be enjoyable if I watched it first? Like how the prequel trilogy for star wars are really good movies if you've never seen the original trilogy.

psychocereals:

the dmmd anime is basically the first game’s most important information about the good endings summed up and not much more in my opinion. it might be okay for people who didn’t play it but honestly, watching the anime first will kill all the surprise moments that would be very intense in the game. Except the sex scenes maybe, which are by the way about 5% of the game only and reasonably placed.

I’d highly recommend playing the game (and reconnect too please, especially for mink’s route and the bad ends) without as little knowledge about what’s happening as possible. What i can say is that each route is much more emotional and psychological than in the anime, also the bad endings are really interesting (although get informed about possible trigger warnings because things can get really emotionally challenging)

I’ve summed up a bit more info about where to get the games here. But yeah basically: Game is very intense and well written, anime not so.