I'm Stephanie, otherwise known as Steff or Hannie/Hanna. Whatever you prefer. I'm an English major at Ohio State and an aspiring writer. I collect mugs, piggy banks, and (like most girls) shoes. I'm addicted to design, self-expression, social media, fitness, health, charity work, tans, ferrets, pit-bulls, Stephen King, books, tea, Starbucks, anything pumpkin, Fall+Winter, Fashion, Netflix, Neopets, Videogames, owls, Hello Kitty and all things pink. I'm attracted to anything with unique and intriguing character. My Sims 3 CC folder is almost 40GB. You could call me an addict.
I highly dislike: Spoilers, Rude people, ignorance, bad writing, loud noises, sunburns, and spiders. I won't say I dislike them, bust most sea creatures make my skin crawl.
I'm passionate about many things, but my heart is forever in Azeroth. I've been playing World of Warcraft for going on 9 years now, and intend to continue playing until I'm too decrepit to button mash.
It has come to my attention that there are fully legal adults who are not familiar with this, who do not know what to do when they hear it, and indeed, were born after it came out.
This is unacceptable.
It is irrevocably tattooed into the brain of anyone vaguely associated with Western culture who was old enough to form cognizant memories in the mid 90s. And yes, we can all do the dance. I guarantee you Dean Winchester can do the dance. Bobby can do the dance. Sherlock can do the dance. Tony Stark has made sure all his robots can do the dance.
And all of you over the age of 25 already know what it is before you press play.
I was hoping it wasn’t this.
I PRESSED PLAY AND MY BODY JUST STARTED DOING THE DANCE FROM SHEER MUSCLE MEMORY
I PLAYED 4 SECONDS OF THIS AND MY LITTLE SISTER STOPPED WHAT SHE WAS DOING AND STARTED DANCING, AS DID MY MOTHER THIS IS SOME VOODOO SHIT
THE FIRST TONE AND I JUST START SCREAMING
lol I knew what it was before it even played. x)
I’m dying right now omg this post is the best thing ever
Something happened tonight that just completely restored my faith in humanity. I spent about an hour in Wal-Mart shopping for groceries. When I came outside, I realized that my phone wasn’t in my purse. I began frantically tearing my car apart trying to find it. I called the Subway that I’d eaten at before going to Wal-Mart. They said they hadn’t seen it. I just about gave up hope after I’d searched through my grocery bags and the grocery cart that I’d used and still hadn’t found it. I went back inside of Wal-Mart for a last ditch effort search through the self checkout. Still nothing. I kept telling myself that there isn’t a person kind enough that would turn a $500 phone into customer service, but figured I’d give it a shot anyways. Lo and behold, there it was, sitting behind the customer service desk waiting for me. Like… I can’t even describe to you how mind-blowing this is. I live in Columbus, Ohio… a city of over 800,000 people.. And on top of that, this happened at a wal-mart that is kind of notoriously avoided because of the things that happen there. Police regularly guard this place… not to mention there’s literally one of those kiosk things that you can turn phones in for cash sitting like right next to the customer service place. So not only was there a person who wasn’t selfish enough to steal a phone, but also someone who took the time out of their day to bring it to customer service. As I was driving home, I noticed a note fluttering beneath my windshield wipers. I know you’ll probably never see this, but I just want to thank you, Good Samaritan. I want to send you all of the best vibes and well wishes, because you totally just made my night.. no, my week, hell my entire life. You’re awesome.