The Dark Lord Give-No-Fucks

You may know me from tumblr, same url

About Me

Maybe i should start with an introduction actually huh

thedarklordgivenofucks -

Hi! I'm Jordan (they/them) and I moved here from Tumblr as a backup. I made a post about what kind of content I'm looking to post already but honestly I'm good with about anything so??? idk hit me up


thedarklordgivenofucks -

I probably shoud've linked that post huh

I made a "need people to follow" post in the tradition of tublr but it seems intro posts are more popular here XD I'm still getting used to this XD

So yeah, a bit more about me I guess? I'm 23, bisexual, demi-boy (they/them prefered but he/him is fine). I like anime, memes, writing, video games, idk a bunch of stuff, my tumblr's the same url, and... idk what else XD I'm down to connect tho, this place seems promising.

1/9/2020 EDIT:

I've since absolutely stuck with this website so this is my official Pinned Postâ„¢

As far as like dni rules I don't really have anything specific, just the usual (if you're an ass I'm gonna block you, I don't have time for that). Although I'm not terribly comfortable interacting with minors, like I don't mind if you follow/interact with me but don't be upset if I don't follow back ^^;

Also, anything I post that isn't tagged so that the reblog button dissapears is safe to reblog! I tend to ramble a lot but I'm down for pretty much anything so feel free to message me about random shit XD


katiebirdie -

a hot dog is a sandwich because it is a specific kind of sub: discuss


supermario -

A sandwich just requires some sort of substance in between or surrounded by another type of substance.

A hot dog is a wiener partially surrounded by bread and is thus a sandwich. I wouldn't even call it a stretch given the existence of the sub, which most would agree is, in fact, a sandwich. If a sub is a sandwich, then the hot dog must also be a sandwich.


fallow -

my dad says subs are tacos


thedarklordgivenofucks -

But what if. Tacos are sandwhiches.


Redraw 1995 holiday barbie


trans rights are human rights

herobrined -


So to cut a long story short, I gotta report the place I work to the health department, I've already filed a complaint with the state labor department regarding workplace safety but that could take a while

and all of this is find and good except I have a crippling fear of making phonecalls


POV: it's recess and you're climbing up the slide even though the supervisor told you no


2020's coming to an end

babushka -

So here are some remindres that are not really that gentle but I'll try to put this as gently as possible:

  • the end of 2020 won't magically make all the problems it has started go away since 2020 events aren't all just random bad luck events, a lot of them are culminations of the problems we have in the world and societies that might have been building up for years. some of them might get resolved in 2021. some might not. if they do, again, it will most likely not be by some magic but by people taking action.

  • however, a lot of those events are really global, too, so you don't have to take everything that happened in 2020 (and might continue in 2021) as your fault and your responcibility. you're allowed to take pride in surviving this and helping people you care about to survive. you're allowed to celebrate the fact that 2021 is coming, after all, despite everything, and you're still here.

  • if 2020 wasn't a bad year for you, if this was the year of good things coming to your life and personal achievement, if you don't feel like you were affected negatively by the global events, that's great and i'm happy for you! however, that doesn't mean you get to say that 2020 "wasn't that bad" and some people are "overreacting". the pandemic wasn't just about switching to work from home - a lot of people have lost their jobs. with the amount of COVID cases growing, chances are, every person you're talking to has a relative or a friend that had or has COVID, and some of those people are dead, too. so if you say anything like "2020 wasn't that bad" and forget to add "for me!" at the New Year, hopefully virtual, dinner table, this will sound very insensitive at least.

  • however, even if you don't feel like you're directly affected by this whole constant state of global emergency, chances are you're still affected even though all you had to do is make changes to your lifestyle. this entire experience might leave a scar on your mental health even if nothing happened to you directly, and your mental health is important, so you shouldn't brush the possibility of that off. it's easy to get caught in "well it isn't the worst thing so i'm fine" mentality in these days, but you really deserve better in terms of self-care. 2020 has worn us all out, and that's a fact, so please look after yourself if you want to fully to experience new exciting thing in 2021.


I see a lot of people tagging swearing and like, that's super valid, and I swear a lot so I think I probably should but uh.... *glances at URL and sweats*


basin -

2020.11.24


Good morning, Edward Snowden is posting russian cat memes now


Ice Tea

thedarklordgivenofucks -

This is a simple and cheap way to get your caffine if you're like me and you hate coffee XD It also makes tap water a bit more palatable.

Full disclosure: I bought a box of 100 tea bags at a grocery store in my area for about $4-5, and eight tea bags makes a gallon of tea. So, that's about 40 cents a gallon, assuming you aren't buying a more expensive brand (mine was from Lipton; it wasn't the cheapest in the store but it wasn't the most expensive either.)

Now, the key here is: don't boil the whole gallon of water. You're never gonna be able to pour all of that into a jug without hurting yourself, and it'll also take ages to cool down.

Instead, boil about a third of the liquid. Turn the heat off when it reaches boiling, stick all eight tea bags in, and then brew for 3-5 minutes. Carefully fish out the tea bags with a spoon and throw them away. Pour the rest into your gallon jug of choice (I don't reccomend plastic tbh), and pour cold water in until the jug is full. Give it a stir and pop it in the fridge for about an hour.

Feel free to add a little sugar or lemon juice to suit your preferences, and you're done!


star-rice -

NGL this is how I make tea. I don't use the little single serving bags. Most places sell larger ones, I've found. How many tea bags you like is one of those "do as you please" things. Everyones gotta do the trial and error to find out what's the best for them. I use two of the bigger bags of whatever black tea the supermarket has. Do try different brands. I swore by Lipton for the longest time. Turns out the store brand isn't bad, I just hate Red Diamond and Luzianne. If you're wanting to be super fancy, loose leaf is always the way to go, but for quick, bulk sweet tea, its not necessary (and you'll need extra tools to boot).

If you don't want to watch the stove (or only have a microwave at your disposal), you can heat 4 cups of water in a glass four cup measuring cup (ones usually made by Pyrex or Anchor. Them big boys) in the microwave for 3-4 minutes (whatever makes it boil). Then add your tea bags, and microwave another 3 minutes. After it does that I let it sit for about another 2-3 minutes to finish off the brew time. When I first started doing this I worried the little staple in most tea bags would cause an issue, but in my hundreds of times doing this, I've never seen even a hint any of the theatrics that go along with mircowaving metal.

Once your teas brewed, I recommend sugaring it before adding the rest of the liquid (I usually throw it straight into the glass measuring cup after I take the bags out). Granulated sugar doesn't dissolve well in cold water. Don't forget to stir it. As for amount of sugar to add? If you're going for Southern AF tm (aka diabetes in a cup), start with a cup and half of regular granulated sugar and go from there. I've known people who swear by 2 cups per gallon. I usually hover at about 1 and a quarter cup. This is another personal preference. Also you can use any sweetener you'd like of course, bulk granulated sugar is just the most economical choice.

If I'm looking for this bitch to be icy ASAP, I'll add a bunch of ice as a replacement for part of the water in the final step, since I'm impatient and usually pretty thorst.

Tea is one of those simple things that can be a blank canvas if you want it to, or is perfect all on its own. Changing up the sweetener, adding lemon/other fruit, brewing with other herbs, using different teas all togehter etc are just the begining to what wild tasting teas you can make.


Ice Tea

This is a simple and cheap way to get your caffine if you're like me and you hate coffee XD It also makes tap water a bit more palatable.

Full disclosure: I bought a box of 100 tea bags at a grocery store in my area for about $4-5, and eight tea bags makes a gallon of tea. So, that's about 40 cents a gallon, assuming you aren't buying a more expensive brand (mine was from Lipton; it wasn't the cheapest in the store but it wasn't the most expensive either.)

Now, the key here is: don't boil the whole gallon of water. You're never gonna be able to pour all of that into a jug without hurting yourself, and it'll also take ages to cool down.

Instead, boil about a third of the liquid. Turn the heat off when it reaches boiling, stick all eight tea bags in, and then brew for 3-5 minutes. Carefully fish out the tea bags with a spoon and throw them away. Pour the rest into your gallon jug of choice (I don't reccomend plastic tbh), and pour cold water in until the jug is full. Give it a stir and pop it in the fridge for about an hour.

Feel free to add a little sugar or lemon juice to suit your preferences, and you're done!


cottagewife -

everybody's coming, leave your gender at the door


the voca gang go to hot topic


Hex Girls

Some fanart :)


Imagine the Safari Zone staff member watching me stand absolutely still for hours spamming Sweet Scent to try and catch a goddamn Chansey


Oh my god.

For context, YouTube is changing parts of its Terms of Service, and this is, as of today when I received this email, now in effect for those in the U.S.

Edit: Also, if you aren't part of the YouTube Partner Program, you won't get a cut of the revenue generated from the ads (source).


[Pic ID: Text that reads, "YouTube's right to monetize: YouTube has the right to monetize all content on the platform and ads may appear on videos from channels not in the YouTube Partner Program." End ID.]


babushka -

That means ads on first aid videos!! 2 minute long unskiplable ads!!!


star-rice -

So this is a good time to shout out Newpipe. Its a very good alternative to the youtube app on your phone. It uses their APIs and stuff to pull videos and display them without ads. Ive been using it for a few days and Im absolutely smitten. It lacks a few functionalities as compared to the official app, but you can still recreate your subscription feed and play videos in the background (unlike the app). So theres a lot to enjoy, esp when Youtube has been pulling increasing amounts of bullshit. Unfortunately, its for android only bc Apple sucks big time, but if you have an android, its incredibly easy to install (obviously its not on any app store).

This page links to the APK files: https://newpipe.schabi.org/

If you're on desktop and still get ads, idk why you dont have origin blocker or any of the other big adblocking plugins/ad-ons, but please, do yourself a favor and get one.


princeofdoom -

There's also uBlockOrigin for desktop, I have never had issues with ads while using it.


star-rice -

Wow my brain blanked hard when I type "Origin Blocker" didn't it. But yeah, that one. Thats what I use. Idk if the landscape has changed since a while back when (the royal) we decided uBlockOrigin was better than ADB.


goropancakechi -

So, why do people hate pinging now? And why don't they just remove the @? Like, you know, any normal person thinking about it would?


star-rice -

People hate pinging? Here? Or like, on twitter or whatever?

Regardless of the answer, please, if you feel like a ping is necessary, plz ping me. It will never annoy me ;w;


Just Me and the Fam (aka possessed shovel) Chillin'

Art trade with overlord-pink from a while back

Just a couple of uploads from my Insta that are decent, and then I'll post more recent stuff


Types of waterfall users:

babushka -
  • those of us who're basically here 24/7

  • "oh whoops i forgot this site existed for 5 months but now im going to post here!" *proceeds to disappear for another 6 monts*

  • *hoards the url and leaves*


princeofdoom -
  • Comes on once or twice a day, but never posts their own stuff, just reblogs

thedarklordgivenofucks -
  • lurks for a while, makes a dozen rambly posts and then disapears back into the shadows

naiad asked:

I thought I was already following you? Did you recently change your url or am I thinking of someone else completely? Either way, nice blog c:

Oh thanks! I feel like I've been folowing you for a while but tbh I have a terrible memory so idk if you've followed me before XD


naiad -

i don't even have "an aesthetic" i just love a lot of things and making things look artistic idk


thedarklordgivenofucks -

Same, my aesthetic is whatever I point to and say "that's aesthetic" and the pattern that determines that behavior is unknown even to me


Minecraft Human headcanons

Transcribed text for the Legend:


The Legend of the Golem
Long ago, the Illagers and the Villagers lived in peace, sharing their villages and resources with one another.
Illagers, with the power of magic, could easily protect the villages from harm. They had access to arcane knowledge, powers from dimensions beyond their own.
However, the Villagers felt they were at the mercy of the Illagers and began to fear their strange powers. Illagers were the judge, jury and executioner of outsiders, but what if they decided to turn on the insiders?
See, the Villagers didn't have magic powers, but they had the power to create. Gathering their best ironsmiths, scholars and historians, they learned from civilizations past and made their very own automaton, a being that could not be affected by the Illagers' magic and would defend the villagers against any threat.
The Illagers, feeling betrayed at this sudden lack of trust from the Villagers, grew bitter.
Tensions only rose until the Illagers attacked the villages.
Believing they would outnumber and outperform the Villagers, they thought it'd be an easy fight.
However, the automatons fought valiantly, without fear. They were resilient, strongly built, and the Illagers were no match.
In the end, the Illagers retreated in the darkest of woods and built mansions, to ensure that their existence would not be disturbed. As time went on, they grew bolder and began building towers to observe nearby villages. They even began alchemizing creatures of their own to fight against the automatons.
Rivalries still live on to this day.


chaos-is-a-ladder -

Somehow the next chapter is already 1886 words long even though I haven't accomplished anything


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