IF YOU KNOW YOUR MAN SO LITTLE THAT YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT TO GIFT HIM FOR CHRISTMAS, YOUR RELATIONSHIP IS DOOMED TO FAIL
IF I SEE THIS SHIT AGAIN, IT’S A FOUR WEEK BAN
FUCK YOU ALL
What is the point of sun setting if we are just chasing old weapons and armor again. I dont expect new sets every season but a brand new dlc should being new armor and weapons for a in game pinnacle event. But since IB is a free event they don't invest the money and resources too. I've been dying for a new of IB ornaments and armor and it's extremely disappointing to see just old armor brought back again and again.
UPDATE: R/TRUMP HAS GONE PRIVATE
UPDATE 2: r/republican HAS ALSO GONE PRIVATE Thank you u/MentalPopcorn for the heads up
UPDATE 3: r/conservatives, NOT BE CONFUSED WITH r/conservative HAS ALSO GONE PRIVATE
r/conservative reaction to subreddits going private
I'm on mobile so sorry if the format comes out weird. Also the comments on the post are shortened or something so you have to click on them to expand it.
Since r/trump has gone private here's some drama from r/donaldtrump
There's so much shit in this stickied post that I don't know what to specifically link to, so here the entire thing
https://www.reddit.com/r/donaldtrump/comments/jpz0nb/donald_trump_... keep reading on reddit ➡
Why YSK: When I was younger, I really wasn't aware of this myself and so can't blame others for not being aware. But I've now seen friends go through the process, and looked into it myself (I've been interested for a long time in foster/adopting when my kids get older). I've also spent a good bit of time reading people's experiences here on reddit. An awful lot of people have this misconception that adoption is an easy default backup plan.
Adoption is a tough process. If you want a baby, odds are you've already been through the heartbreak of infertility. You have to go through education and approval, often pay a lot of money, and then still have a substantial risk of the birth parent backing out or worse, deciding they want the baby back after you've taken it home. (I can only imagine how awful that is). If you want to adopt non-infants, these aren't kids coming from pristine backgrounds here. They are almost always going to have special needs or mental baggage to work through; they m... keep reading on reddit ➡