ego-assassin

ego-assassin:

For reference.

ohmyasian:

cultureincart:

cultureincart:

Fashion TimeLine of Chinese Clothing , China History

中国服装演变年代表

Find more interesting Chinese culture , folk arts and traditional crafts at Cultureincart.com

2116. Chinese Fashion Timeline. If you ever wanted to know the difference between clothing of different Chinese eras, take a look at these lovely illustrations!

kellyclowers
keepmywhiskeyneat:

TRUE STORY
One morning, I was awakened by a knock at the door. I rolled out of bed, threw a blanket over my shoulder because it was cold, and made my way to the front of the house. I opened the door and a very nice Mormon lady handed me a pamphlet and launched in to a well-rehearsed spiel about accepting jesus in to my life when she stopped mid sentence and gave me a peculiar look. I used this pause in her speech to politely decline her offer and wish her a pleasant morning. It wasn’t until I looked at what she handed me that I understood why I stopped her in her tracks and then proceeded to laugh for the next half hour by myself.

keepmywhiskeyneat:

TRUE STORY

One morning, I was awakened by a knock at the door. I rolled out of bed, threw a blanket over my shoulder because it was cold, and made my way to the front of the house. I opened the door and a very nice Mormon lady handed me a pamphlet and launched in to a well-rehearsed spiel about accepting jesus in to my life when she stopped mid sentence and gave me a peculiar look. I used this pause in her speech to politely decline her offer and wish her a pleasant morning. It wasn’t until I looked at what she handed me that I understood why I stopped her in her tracks and then proceeded to laugh for the next half hour by myself.

gogcom

gogcom:

This guy. He gets it :-)

Some good points about why DRM and the need for regular online connection to a service like Steam can seriously hamper your long-term enjoyment of the games you bought. And ultimately, the only people harmed are honest gamers - the pirates will eventually overcome the DRM and create versions that are arguably more functional than the original games. I love Steam, but it’s no coincidence that a lot of the titles in my Steam library are games acquired through Humble Bundle or IndieGala that just happened to come with Steam keys. If Steam vanished tomorrow, I can still download and install non-Steam versions of those games.