I have become fascinated with Five Nights at Freddy’s and I don’t understand why, because I’m never going to be able to play it. My anxiety disorder does not react well to things jumping up and making noise at me, even when they’re not real. I’m watching a Let’s Play, but it even startles me when one of the animatronics appear at the door, so I’ve been doing a lot of double clicking on the play button.
I have a lot of favourite details, but my favourite favourite so far is the way people keep saying that the animatronics can jam the doors, which isn’t exactly true. If the doors don’t work, they’ve already got in without alerting you, which I think is wonderfully creepy.
I find it funny that Finn is 16 and he technically has two children (Stormo and NEPTR), three if you count Lime Countess (SHE WILL ALWAYS BE CANON IN MY HEART.)
Finn’s NEPTR creator, not his father. And PB is Stormo’s creator. Finn is just a DNA donor over there.
We’re not considering Finn’s future wife and children here. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
How does that stop them from being Finn’s children, though?
Those who do not want to imitate anything, produce nothing.
Watching Steven Universe in Spanish was really helpful, except now I keep getting the word for cheese confused with the word for backpack.
look, if you’re gonna talk about autistic representation, don’t just talk about nine year old white boys who memorize train schedules and plane models and can recite like 500 digits of pi. talk about the chubby filipino girl who’s terrified to speak up in class but can talk for hours about welcome to night vale. talk about the bigender indian person with pdd-nos who found out about asl and felt a weight lift off their chest. talk about the newly diagnosed black man who was always told he was just lazy, unmotivated, a burden.
neurodiversity is important, but diversity within that community is even more important.
I felt like I was inherently wrong because I could never find people like me represented in fiction, and I read a lot of fiction. I kept wondering if I was even autistic.