Hell yes. Spring Break 2013. Pop a Molly and get jolly in south beach. New York is a dream to me now.
this is my favorite video of all time bar none
It’s Hannah’s video. :o
I’m literally in the room.
i fucking hate unboxing videos
And I hate them even more because my Cheeriors unboxing video idea was already taken
And I know we already had this conversation, but I feel it’s important to reiterate. You know. In case you thought that changed or something.
This is stupid. So John Egbert is the Thief of Doom now? Dave’s the Witch of Frost? Whoever made this plz stop.
Oh, you thought this was over? WRONG!
Look at this guy. Dinosaur with a flower on his back. Just reading that, you’d think his intimidation factor would be diminished a bit, right? Wrong. Venusaur is a 100% certified, battle-hardened badass. He does attempt to straddle the line between cute and intimidating like Ivysaur does. Odds are, when you see Venusaur, your first instinct is not to give him a hug. That’s fine. He doesn’t need your hugs, and he doesn’t give a damn about your problems. He’s too badass for them. I like Venusaur. Maybe not QUITEas much as Bulbasaur, but more than Ivysaur. He only loses points for being kind of fat.
#002 Ivysaur Ivysaur is not a particularly interesting Pokémon. It’s like Bulbasaur… only aged slightly, which I suppose makes sense, seeing as it is Bulbasaur’s evolution, but most evolutions offer a more drastic change. In a way, it seems less like a n evolution, and more like Bulbasaur’s puberty. It’s less cute than Bulbasaur. Less badass than Venusaur. Inferior to both. In addition to that, Ivysaur is a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Unfortunately, though, Ivysaur is a terrible character in Brawl. Because of that, and it’s latent inferiority to Bulbasaur and Venusaur, it earns a lower rating. 6/10