I don’t really think you need my comments ot references to my birthday selfportrait (which no one remembers anyway) to grasp the concept here, so.
So, not having a single person you trust who never made you cry is really fucking paiful. I just try to not do anything stupid.
spacemuffinz said: or you could be an elf! get some blue clipin hair things and some pointy ears and make your skin slightly green instead of the blue walter worker markings. and wear like patchwork clothes. it’d be so neat and pretty. i love ur hair a lot
Thanks a lot~
That’d probably be pretty neat, but I think as soon as I get my hands on some pointy ears I’ll promptly turn into a Vulkan :3
ravenfoxberry asked: ✐ :D
lootthecoyote asked: ✐ ~
(Source: dramaticallytrash, via meefling)
I was actually trying to due my hair blue (because Walter girls, that’s why) but nature took it’s course. There no hiding you’re a Becile.
minementis said: wow, that person does NOT sound like a friend in the least. My best friend is ace and I am demi and let me tell you if people don’t respect your orientation they do not respect you as a person
Oh, it get’s even better - it was “said” in the same breath with thanking me for always being there and for my support and
Well, it’s just very precious.
After I finished reading that e-mail, my first thought was something I heard somewhere once: “Well, we’ve been friends for 15 years, it’s about time we stopped”.
"I wish you all the good things and a nice piece of ass to go with them (because your so called "orientation" is bullshit, you need a man)…"
That’s part of a birthday card from my childhood friend, by the way.
Somehow I think coming out as an ace to my closest friends MIGHT NOT have been the best idea.
OH MY FUCKING GOD