actual froggie

okay listen. dex is absolutely that one person who gets completely absorbed in whatever they’re doing (e.g. coding) and has no awareness of what’s around him, then s c r e a m s when someone (nursey) walks up behind him and grabs his shoulders

this is a large part of why he and nursey do not hit it off. particularly because the first time nursey did it dex did actually hit him and it escalated

EXO’s comebacks huh? Guess I’ll just be a potato licking off my laptop screen again once their new mv is released. Im so sorry to be so disgusting but that’s my only way to show my love to them. Thx for being concern

Free to share out but don’t forget to credit me✌

anonymous asked:

if a straight woman has to be considered "a queen" at least choose one that actually deserves this like nakamura asumiko (doukyuuseis author). i mean, kusakaba and sajou actually got engaged with no censors at all (they had an entire special chapter dedicated to this) and their kisses aren't censored. if you don't know doukyuusei, you really should watch/read if you want

[Minor edits after some clarification from the anon] 

Anon, I think you misunderstood my post.  

I’ve never considered Kubo to be a queen.  In fact I actually really dislike her for various reasons, and I’ve always been extremely against her being described such ways.  I honestly think it’s one of the most distasteful things the yoi fandom did on the regular, and it’s one of the things that keeps me from having much sympathy for them even if they really just wanted good representation.

As far as doukyuusei, it’s on my mile-long to-read list.  I don’t read a lot of BL and I’m currently on a yuri binge so it’ll probably take a while, but I do mean to read it eventually.  So I can’t comment much on that beyond I promise I’ll get to it.

And anyways, as far as gay representation goes, I can’t say I really understand why anyone could be “the queen of the gays” or any other gross statement?  If Japanese lgbt creators really mattered to these people, I think they’d be much better off reading Tagame Gengoroh’s Otouto no Otto or Kamatani Yuhki’s Shimanami Tasogare.  Which are written by people who explicitly identify as lgbt.