*doesn’t spare a thought for the extinct human race, but cries at the millions of pets and cattle dying trapped inside homes and left without food*
I’m actually really glad that someone told me about this, because this is something that will ruin a movie / story / game / whatever for me. Even when I think about like zombie apocalypse scenarios or other disasters, my seriously worst fear and something I can’t dwell on for any time without getting hopelessly depressed is the idea of my cats being trapped in the house alone with nobody looking after them.
Heck, I won’t even play the Flashpoint: Fire Rescue board game with the cat or the dog in. They tell you to randomly remove two chits from the stack, but we’ve house-ruled it that you always take the cat and dog out, because I don’t want to deal with the fictitious cat or dog getting killed in a fictitious raging house file.
Yeah, and in that movie they really dwell on that part (IMO unnecessarily long). I had to constantly tell myself that the cats and dogs pictured were actually healthy and taken care of and the dead cows were CGI and it was all fiction and despite that it was very hard for me to watch - it’s actually still not out of my system.
Heck, I can’t stand it when someone kills a cat in WoW either.
I think it’s because we know our pets depend on us so much, especially house pets, and we feel super protective of them.
I suppose at the end of the day that movie’s earned my cat a few extra pettings today so he’s not worse for it.
[Writer / executive producer Steve Lightfoot] pitched Hannibal setting up Chilton, and he’s like ‘we gotta kill Chilton,’ and I was like ‘okay, but I don’t want to kill Chilton.’ I didn’t have a problem breaking the canon of the book so much as breaking my own heart. I love the character, and I love Raul [Esparza]. [The process then] was like ‘well, he could get shot and survive,’ and then it’s like ‘okay, Chilton is going to be our Kenny. We’re going to kill him off every single season, and it’s insurmountable that he will survive, and yet he will.’
“Even in the books, it’s not clear that Chilton dies … I think that Chilton’s in it for the long haul, and I love what Anthony Heald did in the films, and I feel like Raul is bringing a different sensibility that is respecting what Anthony has done while also making the character his own in a great way. He’s too mischievous and bratty and fun. I gotta figure out how we’re going to hurt him in season 4.
“As a queer person of color, I have been told all my life that I will never play the romantic lead, and that’s fucked up. When they say that, what they’re actually telling you is that your love story doesn’t exist.”—Dylan Marron, SDCC 2014 (via ivory-spirals)
I think I was about 11 maybe 12. Me and my mum went on a diet together for the first time.
im not even 16 yet and im really self concious about my tummy flab
My mom has been begging me to diet with her since I was 8…. EIGHT!!!
I was 9
I think I was six or seven when I was put on my first diet with the help of the gp. I don’t remember suffering (i remember liking the green beans), though I must have somehow because I do remember trading my apple/healthy snack for chocolatey stuff with other kids. I think that had to do with feeling different because I was The Fat Girl (yes i was the only one - that got me into loads of shit at school) and being the fat girl with the ‘boring snack’ felt like double the punishment.
But then my mother blamed my gaining weight back after initial loss on said exchanges which makes no sense to adult me.
Hey cis people how is basing your entire self concept around a doctor’s quick glance at your baby junk working out for you? I’m not saying your entire self concept isn’t real but it’s a little shaky as a basis lmao