Mar 19, 2014
151 notes

rionhunter:

My eleven cosplay.

People got really annoyed about that light switch.

Nov 8, 2013
23 notes

My epic quest to eat a really cheap oven pizza.

Oct 23, 2013
4 notes
Oct 23, 2013
3 notes
Oct 19, 2013
15 notes

All the blogs of mine that you should follow:
Rion - My main blog, with central opinions and content
Animartian - A place I reblog pieces of art that inspire me to create.
Building Porn - Delicious architecture and interior design.
Cumuli Porn - I love clouds.  These images also come in for good reference
Pizzajohn - Content mostly relevant to John Green and his pizza-loving ways
StrangerBox - An experiment blog where anyone can upload content anonymously.

Oct 16, 2013
5 notes

Check out some of these videos from my instagram, and then maybe follow it @rionhunter

Oct 12, 2013
4 notes

Favourite thing I did today.

(Source: rionhunter)

Sep 21, 2013
34 notes

rionhunter:

Apparently we’re all posting our transitions through puberty now?

Mine was not a straight line.

Sep 14, 2013
15 notes

I made a video about saving money, because apparently, after two months of this routine, I’m an expert.

Sep 7, 2013
21 notes
Sep 5, 2013
10 notes

Done made a thing.

Jul 31, 2013
4 notes

The wallpapers I made for my uni profile.

Jul 30, 2013
12 notes
I drew this with my left hand

I drew this with my left hand

Jul 29, 2013
14 notes
All you need to know about me.

All you need to know about me.

Jul 28, 2013
78 notes

John Green vs. Adulthood

So people have tried to make it out like John’s dug his own grave with a post about why he wouldn’t write about adults.

With accusations varying from pandering to encouraging teen suicide, I feel some people are taking this way too far.

Especially with the teen suicide post.  I felt they massively misinterpreted the original post entirely.  What I believe John was hinting at was that adults all have the same problems.  They’ve gotten over the initial hurdles in life, and are now settled.  This is something to aspire to in reality, however, in books, this is really. boring.

That’s all he’s saying.  That the issues adults face, like tax and naming children, don’t compare to the dilemmas teenagers face trying to find their place in life.  For the most part, adults are already in their place.  They’ve made their bed.  This isn’t a bad thing though, and nor is it applicable across the board.  There are plenty of adults that are still evolving as people, as substantially as teenagers do.

Teenagers make for a more interesting read because everything matters so much to them.  Everything is 100%.  Whereas Adults grow accustomed to problems.

So if y’all could stop trying to find things to be angry about, and jumping down people’s throats, that’d be appreciated.

Navigate
About
I'm living all in.  Double or nothing. Subscribe via RSS.