So you know how most girls go crazy about like Justin Beiber and One Direction? Ha, well that's definitely not me! Ninja turtles are my life man! And no, it's not just a show, it's my way of life. I just love mah Donnie (and yes, he's mine, no touchie).
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Telling someone they’re not good enough is not okay

Telling someone they’re not good enough is not okay

I don’t care if you’re joking. I don’t care if you think ‘It will push them to work harder.’ Because it isn’t a joke, and it will not always make someone want to work harder to prove you wrong.

Sometimes they accept it as a fact, then they live with a mindset of “Why try when I’m just going to fail?”

It’s not okay.


I remember acing my AP European History test and being ecstatic about it until I told my father and he shrugged it off like it was nothing. Then I felt terrible for feeling so proud of myself.

This sort of shit fucks people up man. Perfectionism is not something that can be obtained and it is a horrible, negative schema to get stuck in. No matter how well I did it was never good enough for my mom. “Go get involved! (when I was younger)” “Well now that you’re involved now I have to drive you places…” “Man Tae Kwon Do is getting pretty expensive” “Why would you quit? You quit everything! You’re a quitter.” “Omg why’d you get a B?” “Oh you got all As…eh.” Currently going through therapy to get over this mentality. 

"Everyone else can do this, why can’t you?" "You’re just being lazy, you need to work harder." "No, don’t give me excuses. You failed because you didn’t care enough." "You let yourself fail. You should have seen your partner’s behavior and taken the work load all onto yourself. You let that happen and you let yourself fail." "College is so important and you have to go" ( "I mean, sometimes some people aren’t cut out to go to college." ) "I know you’re capable of more than a C, so why aren’t you doing better." "You’re not trying hard enough to get a job. People probably haven’t called you back because your hair is a strange color" (fyi, it was a sandy blonde). "Why can’t you just do things my way for once."

There’s more where that came from, but I think you get the point. The hilarious part is that my mom always asks “You should come talk to me if you have any problems, okay honey?” Yeah, okay. That’s exactly what I’m going to do after 20 some odd years of that.

THIS. tHIS. THis. This. THIS. this. this x infinity cause this shit is stupid and needs to be stopped and wow.

Can I tell you that I hated this the most in my life…? My parents always… Hm.

Apparently to my parents I either need to wear more make up or am wearing too much, I shouldn’t be covering up as much as I do, you’re 16 you should watch shows that are for your age, I can only have a certain amount of stuff for the shows I like, and man that’s not even the worst of it you wanna hear bad I’ll tell you about my sister.

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Ask the Character about their Roleplayer










be as ridiculous as you want


do it


Prepare to be insulted, writer.

I would be delighted to answer…

I’m going to spill everything you wanted to know about my idiotic Mun. S

I don’t have long.. The Mun is running around the TARDIS.


"This should be fun."


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A post with as much useful information I could conjure up about how to get started with roleplaying if you’re new to it. You’ll have to excuse any typos and if I’ve forgotten something as I didn’t make this post on my best day.

  1. What is a roleplay?
  2. Words you need to know
  3. Finding your character
  4. Creating your blog
  5. Finding your writing style
  6. Getting started

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