whenever i go into making a character i have such good intentions but i always make an asshole

werewhisky:

werewhisky:

COMING UP: THE BEST LINE IN THE ENTIRE KINGDOM HEARTS SERIES

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killbenedictcumberbatch:

i asked this question in 2011 and after three years i was nowhere near prepared for this answer

killbenedictcumberbatch:

i asked this question in 2011 and after three years i was nowhere near prepared for this answer

howltrg:

"This is your Game Master, Stella Betelgeuse. Don’t screw with me."

howltrg:

"This is your Game Master, Stella Betelgeuse. Don’t screw with me."

benepla:

WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE

benepla:

WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE

[ye olde meme voice] at least i have chicken

cucumb-ler replied to your post:case in point: guess what! I fit like, every…

this was me too which was like super awful cause i was also like this about #abuse ?? like ‘if you’re sad/depressed about bad parents you’re an ~edgy teen~’ is such bs

yeah :c i think we (society as a whole tbh) really need to be more willing to immediately accept when someone says something like that and not just respond with “ew no” cause thats gross and stops people getting help they neeeeeeed

its 9.30am and ive had no sleep so i’m mostly in a “no bullshit” zone right now

case in point: guess what! I fit like, every single symptom for ADD! but i was afraid to acknowledge it because that would just be me making it up to be “cool” when being unable to focus on a single piece of work and having trouble starting work you NEED TO DO, RIGHT NOW is not cool at all

and this idea of “don’t self diagnose! dont experiment! pretend youre perfectly normal or youre making it up for cool points!” was what made me scared to think of these things

while im on the subject of brain stuff:

any environment which involves the idea of “no, you’re just PRETENDING to be X because youre not Y enough/youre just doing it cause its popular/etc” is an unhealthy one that promotes that people remain the “norm” (cis, straight, neurotypical) and leads to people refusing to acknowledge their own identities, sexualities, and mental conditions because of fear of public ridicule and loss of friends