Vriska Serket

shadowlord


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The holy trinity of genders 9 comments
shadowlord · 10 weeks ago
Loki is the father of practically every monster in norse myth.
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When no one appreciates you work 3 comments
shadowlord · 10 weeks ago
This is why I love Chris Pratt
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Be girlie and badass, but no simpering 6 comments
shadowlord · 10 weeks ago
This is why I love the norse gods.
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And then this 5 comments
shadowlord · 10 weeks ago
And then this.
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It’s a Horrible Life (Spooky Story) 12 comments
shadowlord · 10 weeks ago
I enjoy these, but the perspective totally ruins it for me.
Like the odd blend of both second and first person is just... idk, I just can't really enjoy it.
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Ŧíŧľe 3 comments
shadowlord · 10 weeks ago
This has been a test of something I wasn't sure would work.
Thank you all for participating.
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Vikings Don't Get Any Credit 5 comments
shadowlord · 10 weeks ago
If I'm correct, I think they had a pseudo encounter where some indians scared them off and they didn't come back to that particular area again. (I say pseudo because the natives didn't actually come into direct contact with the vikings, they used noisemakers and stuff while a distance away.)
One of my creative titles. 5 comments
shadowlord · 12 weeks ago
I actually made a better one after I made this one... (the better one was even a prequel meme)
It's Homestuck day y'all. 15 comments
shadowlord · 13 weeks ago
Ah yes, good ol Equius. Yeah, some things in homestuck make no damn sense, even on the second time around, and some things are just fucking weird even if they do make sense.
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It's Homestuck day y'all. 15 comments
shadowlord · 13 weeks ago
This is accurate
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kids 5 comments
shadowlord · 13 weeks ago
Praise be to Odin.
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Enjoy some gud rock 12 comments
shadowlord · 13 weeks ago
Very nice, tbh, I'm not the biggest fan of death metal*
*(like, cannibal corpse/death/morbid angel style, I like melodeath though)
Enjoy some gud rock 12 comments
shadowlord · 13 weeks ago
Yeah, my music tastes are eclectic and all over the damn place, so I have similar tastes to a lot of people lol.
Since I'll happily listen to this, followed by Cannibal Corpse, followed by the Decembrists, Followed by Faun (Celtic Folk) followed by Vivaldi's Four Seasons.
kids 5 comments
shadowlord · 13 weeks ago
I like this kid.
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Enjoy some gud rock 12 comments
shadowlord · 13 weeks ago
Yeah, she told me to check out Murder of The Universe, so I did. It was weird but pretty good, I liked the first chapter of it best though.
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Enjoy some gud rock 12 comments
shadowlord · 13 weeks ago
Fun band, my friend showed them to me yesterday.
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You can do it guys ! 8 comments
shadowlord · 13 weeks ago
I wholeheartedly agree to this proposition, it must be done.
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Different names for things 7 comments
shadowlord · 13 weeks ago
Gloves in german are hand shoes I believe.
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Zuck'd 4 comments
shadowlord · 13 weeks ago
Hahah you FOOL
yOU HAvE AWAKENinG of **the ZUCC**
PRepair to be Zucc'déd and Succ'd
Thrust control of a military fighter jet 19 comments
shadowlord · 13 weeks ago
I've been to the Mun in game (Or should it be Mün, it's spelt that way on the pod in the main menu)
Thrust control of a military fighter jet 19 comments
shadowlord · 13 weeks ago
Makes me want to play kerbal space programme.
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Svalbard, Norway has many beautiful waterfalls due to it's melting snow and ice 4 comments
shadowlord · 15 weeks ago
The Nordic countries can be very beautiful. Something like Lake Sorvagsvaten in the Faeroe islands come to mind.
Why yes I am proud of my creation. 6 comments
shadowlord · 15 weeks ago
I thought so.
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So is this a thing now 112 comments
shadowlord · 15 weeks ago
Ahhhh memories
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Houseki no Kuni’s idea of death 1 comments
shadowlord · 16 weeks ago
"We are going to die, and that makes us the lucky ones
Most people are never going to die because they are never going to be born
The potential people who could have been here in my place
But who will in fact never see the light of day outnumber the sand grains of Sahara
Certainly those unborn ghosts include greater poets than Keats, scientists greater than Newton
We know this because the set of possible people allowed by our DNA
So massively exceeds the set of actual people
In the teeth of those stupefying odds it is you and I, in our ordinariness, that are here
We privileged few, who won the lottery of birth against all odds
How dare we whine at our inevitable return to that prior state
From which the vast majority have never stirred?"