Normalize quitting things. It could be school, work, relationships, hobbies, or pretty much anything.

Quitting is often thought of as inherently negative; nobody wants to be called a "quitter". But there are plenty of situations where not only is it reasonable, it's the *best* course of action.

You can drop out college or switch majors when you don't care about the thing you're studying. You can end a relationship when it becomes toxic. You can stop playing a game that you don't enjoy.

*plays smb a bit as a kid*

yea im a video game master

just saw a very anti yeen picture don't know if i should show @yeenbean

Hmmmm I need to ask someone who knows about 3d printing some QUESTIONS

Never going to give you 'Up'
Never going to give you 'Brave'
Never going to give you 'Wall-E'
Or 'Cars 2'


food + 

tired/wired emoji shitpost, beverage 


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