It’s honestly a generation you either love or hate, there’s no in between for gen III. It’s one of those things you’ve gotta figure out, and sadly it’s too late by then. If it makes you feel better, generations after it more than made up for it.
i dunno, i think i’m done with the series altogether. I really hate games I have to do research for in order to play - like knowing the movesets and evolutions ahead of time so i don’t get stuck with something i hate.
Plus there’s the whole “catch animals and train animals to fight other animals until someone passes out” ideal about it. I was told that other gens sort of downplay that ideal, but I’m not seeing that here. At least they don’t sell pokemon in the Game Corner any more.Er… plus i have trouble playing my DS and i’m not chaotically aligned enough to get a DS emulator…
[whispers] gen III is a tragedy.
WHY DID NO ONE TELL ME THAT ;A; THE LAST POKEMON I PLAYED WAS SILVER AND THAT WAS OVER TEN YEARS AGOOOOO
Starting to hate Pokemon Ruby
new Marble Hornets entries
- Entry 83: hi I'm here!
- Me: I'm not really rea dy but leTS DO THIS
- Entry 83: wouldn't it be juuuust grand
- Me: ...
- Entry 83: if
- Entry 83: I make more questions than I answer?
- Me: no. Stop.
- Entry 83: anD
- Entry 83: put Tim throuGH HELL?
- Me: nO TIM
- Entry 83: AGAIN?
- Entry 83: also, who's masky?
- Entry 83: we just don't know
- Entry 83: but Tim does
- Entry 83: ain't it graND?
- Me: whyyyYYyy nOOOoooOO
- Me: TIM. TIM NO.
- Entry 83: you'll be back
And those were some seriously mind bending camera moves, holy crap. Major props to everyone, great work.
THAT WAS ONE OF THE BEST VIDEOS I’VE EVER SEEN
Why I think any asexual and aromantic should be included into the Queer community
Queer means different.
Queer means not normative.
Queer has also long been used as a slur:
against gsrm people including aromantic and asexual people.
Queer has also since been reclaimed by the gsrm community.
(or at least they’re trying to do that right now)
Asexual people are different from Allosexual people.
it doesn’t matter which romantic orientation they may have.
Aromantic people are different from Alloromantic people.
it doesn’t matter which sexual orientation they may have.
Saying Aromantic or Asexual people are not “queer” enough.
is saying that they are not “different” enough.
Just because some of these people are or can be in heteronormative seeming relationships, doesn’t mean we actually are.
Bisexual people are queer enough even when they are in hetero-relationships.
I don’t see the difference between a bisexual person who’s in a relationship with someone of the another sex / another gender and an asexual heteroromantic person in a relationship
or an aromantic heterosexual person in a relationship
because from the outside, all three of those relationship look like heteronormative relationships. but none of them really are.
How are we not different enough, when we are the one’s who frequently get told that we don’t even exist. that we’re not human. that we’re not natural. By both sides.
what are we? not different enough? or too different?
We’re far enough from normative.
We should be allowed to call ourselves that if we want to.