RumorsAll the fights,More Like This
All the lies,
All of the drama,
We all can describe,
How it feels being lost and out of control,
With people we think we know,
And the lies we wish could go,
I dont even know,
All of what people say,
Is it true?
Or is it crazy?
Why do rumors seem to feed our souls,
We pretend we aren't part of it,
When everyone is part of it,
No body is innocent.
Just BecauseJust because I have short hairMore Like This
doesn't mean I'm a total butch
Just because I dress like a boy
doesn't mean I can't be girly
Just because I act tough
doesn't mean I don't cry
Just because I laugh things off
doesn't mean words don't hurt me
Just because I smile a lot
doesn't mean I'm okay
Just because I'm quiet sometimes
doesn't mean I don't like to talk
Just because I talk my way out of things
doesn't mean I'm not a fighter
Just because I don't like to be mean
doesn't mean I don't speak my mind
Just because I stay in a lot
doesn't mean I don't like to go out
Just because I don't like direct sunlight
doesn't mean I don't like to shine sometimes
Just because I have a big heart
doesn't mean I should get walked all over
Just because I'm honest
doesn't mean I should be lied to
Just because I'm shy
doesn't mean I can't be bold
Just because I'm not your average person
doesn't mean I'm one that's not worth knowing
The Best Games of the 7th Generation: 5-1More Like This
5) Spec Ops: The Line
War films like to show war is hell. Which is fine. Film, after all, isn’t an interactive medium, all it can do is show. That’s its function. Sometimes, it can be quite effective that way. It provides a safe distance between viewer and the world of the film. They can observe just close enough to empathize with the plight of the main characters onscreen and get the point hammered home.
But Spec Ops: The Line illustrates the power of the interactive medium we call gaming… by forcing the player into active participation.
And unlike, say, most average military shooters; the player doesn’t have the context that frames their actions under the lenses of patriotism or heroism. It strips that context away to reveal the ugly innards of the military shooter genre underneath. It reveals just how truly awful this vein of escapist fantasy truly is.
As I said before, we must allow games the right to have their own aims and goal
Someone To Lean On. Chapter 1More Like This
"How the hell did I end up in this situation?" Marshall Lee thought to himself as he was standing on the balcony of Prince Gumball's bedroom.
The prince with his arms around Marshall in a comforting manner, Marshall Lee with his head resting on the prince's chest, inhaling the sweet scent of bubblegum that came from the pink prince.
"You can always count on me Marshall Lee, never forget that." The prince spoke in a comforting tone as Marshall only nodded slightly. Not knowing what to say in this kind of situation.
"Alright, alright. Enough of the sap, you really can be a priss sometimes Bubba." Marshal broke the awkward silence and broke out of the prince's arms with a chuckle before starting to fly out of the room.
The prince with a soft smile on his face watching after him. "Sure, whatever you say Marshall."
Marshall Lee on the other hand was a flustered mess, his cheeks were bright pink like Gumball's hair, he felt completely humiliated and started to think back on how he got into t