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gethenian:

tgwtgsecrets:

Kyle is too hard on himself

I know everyone (TGWTG or not) criticizes their own work, but when Kyle does it on twitter or tumblr etc., it breaks my heart. He is one of the most intelligent and multi-talented people on the site. In my opinion, what he calls his “worst” is still great, and I learn something new from every single video. I just hope he knows that tons of people really enjoy and appreciate his show, even the episodes he didn’t care for.


I HAVE BEEN TELLING HIM THIS FOR YEARS.

gethenian:

tgwtgsecrets:

Kyle is too hard on himself

I know everyone (TGWTG or not) criticizes their own work, but when Kyle does it on twitter or tumblr etc., it breaks my heart. He is one of the most intelligent and multi-talented people on the site. In my opinion, what he calls his “worst” is still great, and I learn something new from every single video. I just hope he knows that tons of people really enjoy and appreciate his show, even the episodes he didn’t care for.

I HAVE BEEN TELLING HIM THIS FOR YEARS.


What on earth was I thinking?

What on earth was I thinking?


And now it got weird…

And now it got weird…


maydeofhope made a mii of me today.


lolliblog:


I came across this in the New York Times Magazine and thought, wow, that explains everything. Everything, that is, except Timothy Wilson’s conclusion.

I’m not so sure that this is valid. I mean, I love being left with my thoughts but that doesn’t mean that I don’t get distracted if there’s other stimulus around. Maybe it says more about our attention spans, rather than whether or not people actually want to think about things… Or perhaps just how tempting a big-olde button can be.

lolliblog:

I came across this in the New York Times Magazine and thought, wow, that explains everything. Everything, that is, except Timothy Wilson’s conclusion.

I’m not so sure that this is valid. I mean, I love being left with my thoughts but that doesn’t mean that I don’t get distracted if there’s other stimulus around. Maybe it says more about our attention spans, rather than whether or not people actually want to think about things… Or perhaps just how tempting a big-olde button can be.