Quick question, if you wouldn’t mind humoring me:
How have you discovered the various webseries that you’ve watched? Did you see a gifset for Lizzie Bennet Diaries on here and decide to watch? An article on Nothing Much To Do? I could keep giving examples, but you get the idea.
So, how did you get into them?
Uh, well, I was on youtube and I saw a video titled My Name is Lizzie Bennet and I wondered how many jokes she got from english teachers about that but by the end of the first minute I pretty much understood what was going on and that was right when the first 5 videos were up so I watched all of those and then tuned in religiously. After that, I pretty much heard about the rest from tumblr at some point.
If you pay attention, River Song is written a lot more like Rory than like Amy. Sure, she’s got that sassy, flirtatious thing that Amy has, but that’s all surface character.
Both Rory and River are the type of person who will drop everything for the person they love. They’d put their own lives on hold— hell, they’d sacrifice their lives without a second thought. And when the going gets tough, they become more emotionally open with their respective partners. They’re both well educated professionals, but their professions come second to their spouses. They both believe very strongly that love is the most important thing in the universe, and are willing to watch said universe collapse around them for the chance to be with the ones they love.
This is apparently coming out in 3 days.
In 3 days, I’m going to start to be a total jogging addict, I think
I’ve been beta testing it and I can confirm it’s actually the greatest app ever. Full iOS release date is as specified, Android release this Spring.
It’s so intense, at one point during the first mission when radio contact was lost, I could hear them trying to contact me “Can you hear us?!” and I literally grabbed the mic and shouted, “I CAN HEAR YOU WHAT DO I DO?” even though that’s not how it works.
I’m just glad nobody was near me.
Alright yall sit your asses down I’m telling you a story
I have this app and it is one of my best purchases I’ve ever had. It endorses your running and makes you work.
The only downside is that it is fucking terrifying. One time, I was running, and got surrounded by zombies. Groaning and shuffling from all angles. And I have never ran that fast in my entire life. I completed my course(which usually takes 15 mins) in 5. I was also screaming a bit. I got some really weird looks, too.
So, morale of the story: This is a fucking scary app and I recommend it 100%.
HEY SIT YO ASSES DOWN LET’S CHAT ABOUT WHAT A GREAT APP THIS IS.
I’ve had this app for, what, two years now? Yeah. Two years.
Literally the best investment of my life. Yes, better than SAT tutors, personal fitness training, college, and art class, though these are all things that are important and helped me take steps towards being awesome. But this app might be literally saving my ass.
So first I downloaded the Zombies, Run! app on the Android. What does this app have? And the above stories are true - you can set your app to a GPS chase (or accelerometer but that’s really annoying because phones aren’t built for that) and zombies will chase you. And they’re groaning over your music and everything.
But what changed my life for the better was the Zombies, Run! 5k training app, only $2.
THAT’S RIGHT, AN 8-WEEK COUCH-TO-5K TRAINING, THEMED IN THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE, FOR ONLY TWO FUCKING DOLLARS.
You don’t even need the original app. But the original app’s storyline enhances this one, and vice versa.
Now, you might be like, what? That can’t be right. Pay $2 to train for a 5k in the course of only two months? HELL FUCKIN’ YEAH YOU HEARD ME RIGHT.
This is me being a massive lonely nerdass at the Color Me Rad a month ago. Granted, that race had more hills than I cared for (I trained on a flat boardwalk), but I still ran. And before that, only halfway through the program, I ran the Electric Run 5k with my also-nerdass boyfriend. Yeah, ran it. Hell yeah.
And I clocked in a 11:41 mile yesterday on the treadmill. A year ago I couldn’t even run for more than a minute without wanting to stop and roll over off the boardwalk onto the beach.
And what’s better: I’m seeing my blood sugar levels drop. Yeah, I’m diabetic, and this is actually helping my fat diabetic ass. So along with a better diet and a totally rad EDM playlist, this game is literally saving me. It’s helping me get up, get active, and finally start loving to run.
Okay, but enough about me.
What else does this game have that you should 100% get behind?
- Indie developers!
- …that actually respond to their players!
- Canon queer representation!
- Canon diversity!
- Continued content!
- An AWESOME community!
- DID I ALREADY MENTION CANON QUEER AND RACIAL REPRESENTATION!?
- Continuously updated content!
They’ve been recognized by all sorts of British media, and after this app got big, Six To Start was funded by the British government to help develop an app for walkers!
This is literally one of the best apps on the market.
Please support this app for awesome INDIE APPS, FUN FITNESS, AND REPRESENTATION!