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I’m actually kinda jealous of all the anon questions I see ;_; which is foolish to be. I’m glad to see people are asking questions though, and a majority of those being asked (that I see anyway, because who knows how many I can’t see because blocked) are answering fully and really taking some time to explain things. Even if we repeat the same things over and over again.

*tries to be helpful and randomly becomes kinda shy and spaghetties out.*

bunny-banana:

dankleaf:

spicy-vagina-tacos:



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NOBODY SAY A WORD

Fucking hell. You stop that.

bunny-banana:

dankleaf:

spicy-vagina-tacos:

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NOBODY SAY A WORD

Fucking hell. You stop that.

*POINTS* YOU. YES YOU THERE.

You deserve a hug, friend, and I’ll Happily give it to you :3

laughterkey:

zoomwitch:

number-one-mollusc-fan:

snerky:

incredible

holy shit

look at this

I don’t even know where to begin.

This is funny….but actually a really terrible idea.
Tail pipes get hot, that plastic is never good quality and would melt. I hope they took them out of there before going anywhere.

cleanfurry:

http://www.furaffinity.net/user/emkhe/
How do you feel about Neil Gaiman novels and pieces? If you've read any, what would be your favorite?

keytounknownchambers:

bibliophilicwitch:

oneladydracor:

bibliophilicwitch:

I love Gaiman! I’ve read a wide variety of his works from children’s picture books, to juvenile chapter books to adult books. I’d have to say The Ocean at the End of the Lane is my favorite though American Gods, Sandman, Neverwhere, and Stardust are really damn close.

What about you?

American Gods is my very favorite. And the short story about the Sunbird, though I can’t really explain what about it attracts me so. I confess I much loved Good Omens, done by him and Terry Pratchette. It’s how I was introduced to Pratchetts work as well.

I haven’t had the money to get Ocean at the End of the Lane, nor much time to go to the library to check for it which bugs me greatly. I can’t imagine anything less then wonderful from him.
Ah-ha, I’m relieved to share a common interest. Truth be told you seem so very nice, yet intimidating? It’s your intelligence perhaps. I love literature, and to write in fact, but feel like a simpleton.

I haven’t read Sunbird. Was it in one of his short story collections or did you find it elsewhere? I love Good Omens too! I like his other writting more, but Gaiman and Pratchett writing together? Brilliance!

Have you looked into digital libraries? If you haven’t, you should be able to access one and a call to your library would help you find the site. If you don’t have an ereader, tablet, or smartphone then you can still read the epub in your computer. You know, if you’re desperate enough. ;D

Let me share with you a secret: we never feel that we are particularly intelligent and articulate, but others often perceive us as such. I became so frustrated with my posts because I can never translate my thoughts and emotions properly into words, but you are not the first to tell me that I seem intelligent. Whenever you feel dense, remember that you are always your worst critic.

I hope you don’t mind another Neil Gaiman fan chiming in… 

Sunbird was in the short story collection Unnatural Creatures, which was curated by Neil Gaiman.

For me, Good Omens was my introduction to Neil Gaiman, I was a Pratchett fan for ages before I read this. 

My favourites from Gaiman are probably The Ocean at the End of the Lane and Neverwhere, I just love his London and London Below in the latter. And the Marquis de Carabas.

And I totally agree, I always fret about what I write, especially since English is not my native language — no matter how many times people tell me that my English is great and they wouldn’t be able to tell that it’s not my native language. I still think that I make way too many mistakes. But that’s probably just my inner perfectionist speaking.

<3 I always love having others come join the talk of Lit. There needs to be more book lovers(and writers) in the world I feel.

Actually I’m replying so much later because I was at work and on my Kindle. Funny thing there, I just got finished listening to Neverwhere. There was an audiobook/radio style adaptation of it done, and it was on sale. So I decided to spoil myself with that couple dollars on Audible. Oh goodness it was lovely, and the Angel Islington! Ahhhhh how it’s voice was done.

Keytounknownchambers, your English is indeed fantastic! It is my first language and I still use it very poorly. I have a different manner of speaking/writing that I sometimes need to stop and consider rewording so people don’t get confused.
And thank you for stating where Sunbird was from. I read it in…Smoke and Mirrors? I think it was, but I know it was originally published elsewhere.

For writing in general. I’m working towards becoming Published. But I’ve become a bit stuck lately. I seemed to have just….fallen off the train of thoughts/ideas and am running to try to catch it. I should work on some old half finished pieces. But I like doing crack short stories (which I share here on tumblr) which are raw-unedited/just spell checked(sometimes) short stories.

I have this tactic for dealing with people that make me feel intimidated.
If we’re face to face, I will ask for a hug. I’ll give you a big one and maybe giggle a little. Because it erased the intimidation. If you’re willing to hug me, you’re letting me close to vulnerable body parts when I probably have an easy access knife. In turn I assume you do as well. Yet you did not harm me. Thus we are on equal footing.

Over the internets, I will ask a very unassuming question and gauge your reaction. If we share a common interest it shows me you’re another Person too. If we do not, I take your response for what it is, and go from there. Perhaps repeat the tactic in a few days with a new question if I still feel intimidated.
If you voluntarily tell me something like this I may end up on guard of you. Unless I see you do this kind of thing typically.

This be how a Tris do.

pansexualfacts:

Fact: Pansexuals are notoriously bad at baseball, due to the fact that they swing every way and are on all of the teams.

How do you feel about Neil Gaiman novels and pieces? If you've read any, what would be your favorite?

bibliophilicwitch:

I love Gaiman! I’ve read a wide variety of his works from children’s picture books, to juvenile chapter books to adult books. I’d have to say The Ocean at the End of the Lane is my favorite though American Gods, Sandman, Neverwhere, and Stardust are really damn close.

What about you?

American Gods is my very favorite. And the short story about the Sunbird, though I can’t really explain what about it attracts me so. I confess I much loved Good Omens, done by him and Terry Pratchette. It’s how I was introduced to Pratchetts work as well.

I haven’t had the money to get Ocean at the End of the Lane, nor much time to go to the library to check for it which bugs me greatly. I can’t imagine anything less then wonderful from him.
Ah-ha, I’m relieved to share a common interest. Truth be told you seem so very nice, yet intimidating? It’s your intelligence perhaps. I love literature, and to write in fact, but feel like a simpleton.

the-timid-anime-husband:

Reblog if you support trans men regardless of what yours or society’s idea of what a man is

Well today sure is interesting folks.
Much like skunk…this horrid smell is clinging to my boot. The worst part is I haven’t one damn clue what this stuff Is. It like shit and rotting carcass. Except its orange sand looking stuff? Something from an activity here at the museum which they left out in a trash bag BEHIND the trashcan. For probably a week at least. I noticed it yesterday but forgot to grab it.
I’m not putting this in my van. Already had that saga. It’s why there is stuff on my shoes and my van smells like gentle fresh cotton breeze whatever.
Thank you Lysol.

nuggles:

DOES ANYONE ELSE EAT THEIR POPCORN WITH THEIR TONGUE LIKE A LIZARD OR IS THAT JUST ME

How does one go about discovering ones kin self?
Anonymous

forest-dragonkin:

If you’re asking ‘I know Im otherkin but I dont know what kind of otherkin I am’ then I suggest looking at ALL types of otherkin and read up on others experiences until something clicks! Try think about yourself. What traits or habits do you have? Can these things relate to anything? an animal? a mythical creature? a plant? I suggest following your gut and you will know when something feels right, something will just fit into place. You will know when you discover you’re kintype, trust me! haha

Go through photos of animals or plants or creatures and think about things you’ve had a connection with through-out your life that had no meaning behind it! I discovered otherkin and I admit I thought it was silly but when I found the ‘dragonkin’ community, it just clicked and I understood so much about myself since then!

If you’re asking ‘how do I know if Im otherkin or not’ then I suggest doing the exact same thing. Looking at photos, listening to other kin out there, thinking about yourself and how that relates to other things etc.

You may know yourself what you could be, but if you have no idea right now, feel free to list off some things about your personality and what you like and I may be able to help you out!

In essence it’s learning yourself. It may take a long time and its perfectly okay to be wrong. I was wrong about my kintype initially. From my understanding it’s fairly common for this to happen. It’s better to take your time, search yourself and come to terms with You :3 
Best of luck to this anon and anyone on their self understanding journey. I’m someone you can also talk to.

Funky Facts Friday

Questions about odd habits? Weird little tics and behaviors? Want to play an associative game?
Funky Facts Friday! Either anon or as yourself, ask about all the strange little things~