Most Hated Bosses in Video Games
There’s something therapeutic about knowing that there’s another person out there who shares my hatred for Emna. I never even made it that far into Nioh. I just vividly remember the pain I felt fighting that bitch.
Just picked up a copy the other day. I haven’t played it yet, but I fully intend on diving headfirst into homosexuality when the time is right.
Alright, so I combined all of your suggestions into one piece! I worked really hard on this one, so I hope you guys like it!
Hazbin Hotel is worth your time
It’s edgy, it’s vulgar, and at times borderline trashy, but if you can deal with that, then what you have is an astounding feat of independent animation. This 30 minute pilot is the proof this field has needed for decades that you don’t need a major studio to succeed in the animation industry. One of the most beautiful, ambitious, and all-around interesting pilots I’ve seen in ages came from a group of amateurs online who wanted to prove they could do it their way. Hazbin Hotel is one of the most exciting projects I’ve seen in years, and even if you don’t personally find it entertaining, it’s difficult, if not impossible to deny the passion, time, creativity, and talent that was put into this pilot. Never in my life have I seen such a professional pilot come out of a group of independent talent. Please, do yourself and the industry a favor, and take 30 minutes of your day to watch the Hazbin Hotel pilot on YouTube.
Mildly Sad Stories With Lnari
I lost half my money in GTA Online today because my delivery vehicle got stuck in a spot where it couldn’t move. Are there any tragedies you would like to share with the site?
Mmmm, I’m in your head
What the fuck is wrong with you?
WHAT the fuck is wrong with you?
What the FUCK is wrong with you?
Who let this happen?
What the fuck is a “yiff?”
Oh my GOD
I DON’T WANNA SEE THAT SHIT!!!!!
Thought I’d do something fun where I draw whatever you guys request, and I’ll post my drawings in this thread, so give me your best!
A Beginner’s Guide to the Phansite
I’ve noticed throughout the time that I’ve been here that new users tend to be intimidated by the Phansite and it’s community. I joined the site during its relative infancy, when seemingly every user was in the same boat of co confusion, and I can see how now it must be difficult to find your footing in this jungle of incels and lesbians. So here I am today to offend Lnari’s official beginner’s guide to the Phansife!
Step 1: Run. Get out while you can. For fucks sake, GET OUT BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE.
Step 2: If you failed step 1, a good second step would be to distinguish yourself from other users. Let your personality shine! A good way to do this is by making an epic funny meme about Sans that NO ONE has EVER seen before. If that doesn’t seem up your alley, you can always literally just mention Archer’s name, and everyone will love and respect you immediately for engaging with the Phansite’s proudest creation.
Step 3: RP is a wonderful way to express yourself without anyone judging. It’s a fun, easy way to make new friends, and most importantly, it’s a simple and effective way to ease your way into the first ring of hell, preparing you for the torment that you will inevitably encounter as you continue down the rabbit hole.
Step 4: Just be Archer. This one may prove to be difficult if you’re not ACTUALLY Archer, but it never hurts to be an unstoppable force I nature that even the mods themselves have no choice but to bow on their knees for.
Step 5: Be genuine! Here’s the part where you ignore everything I told you beforehand, and just be true to yourself! Trying to fit in with a community your unfamiliar with is really difficult. Thankfully, we’ve all been there at some point, and we understand how awkward it is at first. The best thing you can do is put your real personality out there, and I can promise you that this site and its community will accept you for who you are. At the end of the day, we’re all just a bunch of nerds with a little too much free time, and we’re always happy to meet more people like us. The Phansite’s really been a great place that I can come back to during the best and worst times in my life, and I know it can do the same for anyone else who has the patience to and courage’s to make this site their own!
Lnari Reviews: Joker (2019)
So there was a time in my life when I was such a pretentious Batman-loving douche, that I was firmly convinced that there was no way to present the Joker on screen to a wide audience and stay true to his character. As far as I was concerned, if it was different from the comics (with the exception of Mark Hamill and Heath Ledger’s interpretations,) it wasn’t worth my time. Since then, I’ve grown the fuck up, and realized that anyone can interpret any character however they want to. I might not always like it, but that doesn’t make any interpretation of a character any less valid than any other. However, in my book, there are still certain characteristics that make for a good Joker, and Joaquin Phoenix nails every one of them right on the head, and then continues to blow my expectations away with his entirely unique mannerisms and delivery. If nothing else, Joaquin Phoenix alone is enough reason for me to watch this movie. Unfortunately, the rest of the cast can’t compare. Now, that’s not to say that certain characters like Penny Felk and <spoiler>Thomas Wayne</spoiler> don’t have their moments to shine, but this movie understands that at the end of the day, Joker is the star of the show, and should pretty much always remain the center of attention. Joker might not be the most original story with the most exciting characters, but it shines not as a groundbreaking tale, as much as a refined and unique take on a story that’s been told by Joker writers for decades, the story of a psychotic cult of personality who believes he’s a tragic hero. While the reader/viewer understands that Joker is a monstrous shell of a human being, they are also encouraged to question their own sense of ethics and morality. “Joker” knows what it seeks to accomplish, and does it almost effortlessly at times. There are so many parts of this movie that could have been completely tasteless/unnecessary if handled poorly, but Joaquin Phoenix brings the gentle care needed to elevate this film to the level its trying to reach. All of this accompanied by a fantastic score and soundtrack, eerily stunning visuals, and wonderful attention to detail a pretentious yet satisfying and at times even stunning entry to the character’s discography.
Reppin for imposters all across the world (still)
Claiming best girl is Makoto (still)
Taking the time to perfect the meme
And I still got love for the scene
It’s the L.N.A.R.I.