The Minor Character
adventuretimewithlewis:

shvnyyy-e:

zwamboobs:

blazepress:

Filming a rainbow when suddenly.

Sick

what the fuck

The gays are angry

adventuretimewithlewis:

shvnyyy-e:

zwamboobs:

blazepress:

Filming a rainbow when suddenly.

Sick

what the fuck

The gays are angry

notchicken:

THERE’S THIS JAPANESE EXCHANGE STUDENT IN MY MATH CLASS AND HE SITS NEXT TO ME AND TODAY I HAD MY HAND RAISED FOR LIKE 15 MINUTES BUT MY TEACHER DIDNT PICK ON ME SO I SAID “notice me senpai” AND THE JAPANESE EXCHANGE STUDENT TURNS TO ME AND STARTS LAUGHING AND HE BARLEY SPEAKS ENGLISH AND IM STILL EMBARRASSED

the-eagle-atarian:

super-mario-rpg:

roxenfel:

what have they done

this is ridickulous

SAKURAI

the-eagle-atarian:

super-mario-rpg:

roxenfel:

what have they done

this is ridickulous

SAKURAI

vinegod:

Roommate Problems… by Patrick Barnes

I get trying to find yourself, yeah sure. But your apparently being of another species while still being human doesn’t make sense. I am not very sure animals or plants would really go out of their ways to ponder the state of their existence. Especially not plants. 

And someone please explain how the flying FUCK your “species” determines your gender? For the legit members of the LGBT community, having your pronouns addressed correct makes sense, but so long as they fall under understandable terms. He/she/they are part of the English language, and have versions in every other language on the planet.  That’s the set standard. They is a good way to address someone if you or they are unsure of those things. But shit like “Bunself?” That’s a thing. I’m still shocked that’s a thing. Fucking fictional species pronouns are a thing to, the fuck?

I made a post about people trying to find themselves all over the place. And for some, it’s a very serious thing. I can see that especially with issues of sexuality, gender, race, and tangible things like that. But for things like otherkin and fictionkin, that’s just trying to force a way to get yourself into some sort of community. Making yourself artificially stand out. 

Don’t try to rely on some crazy out of this world type condition to make an identity for yourself. You need to look at yourself and find that. 

It really surprises me how many people are out there and especially on this site who are really trying to find out who or what they are. People confused about their spirituality, their gender, their lives, all of that. Looking through all of this makes me very grateful to know who I am and be happy with myself. Sure, I’m not perfect, don’t expect to be, but I’m me. And I’m happy with myself and my identity.

I know this probably sounds like a self-congratulatory post, but it’s just something I’m doing for introspection I guess. And anyone out there who’s really striving to find yourself, keep looking, and be happy with who you are, whether you have found it yet, or are still looking. 

pinkcookiedimples:

Emmanuel Hudson distributing life