I compiled most of the writing websites I’ve mentioned on my blog into one post. I find a lot of these sites useful, so hopefully they can help you out!
Imagination Prompt Generator: This give you a one-sentence writing prompt that will help you come up with ideas. I…
Helpful writing aid sites
Ever been on a tredmill and gotten off and it feels like thr floor is moving and not you, yeah thats what i feel like when im buzzed
"You’re an idiot anyway. But if you say you get along with your parents, well, you’re a liar too"
"All they sing about is wanting to kill themselves & death & their music is full of hate"
Really? You still think that? “Open your mind before your mouth” before you criticize the people who saved my life.
Good quotes to read when you think things maybe get to hard to handle
The Lost Generation of Japanese Internet Cafe Kids
Japanese internet cafes are good. So good that people are living there – literally.
Japanese internet cafes (also known as manga cafes) offer comfortable lay-flat chairs. They’re semi-private and have food, showers, free drinks and ice cream, a massive library of books, manga, video games, magazines and movies. They even have internet!
It’s cheap to stay over night in an internet cafe. Often it’s around 1000~2000 yen ($10-20 USD).
Some young Japanese live in the cafes for weeks, months or even years. Moving from cafe to cafe each night.
Most internet cafe kids are engaged in casual employment of some kind. Many find the cafes a convenient alternative to an expensive Tokyo or Osaka apartment. They may also lack the down payment that’s required for an apartment (key money, deposit and agent fees often total 6 months rent).
Most internet kids aren’t truly homeless. Many could easily live with parents or relatives but find the cafes convenient.
Manga cafes — unlimited free sugar, video games, movies, manga. Many kids may feel it’s better than home.
Excuse me while i move here
Oh dear god why wasn’t I born in Japan?