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 I think i finally found an official concept for my version of Manwë /Súlimo/ Mânawenûz Valahiru / Aran Einior/ Airbending master wait wrong universe nvm

Adrinette Monday Day Twenty

Today’s prompt is personality swap. Wasn’t sure how to draw it… so I did a little change up to parts of the Origins for a basic understand of how a personality swap!AU would work. Also, read the notes after the story for further ideas into this universe.

Oh, and for those who follow my *ahem* blog, I have posted another part to Nothing Else Matters.

Rating: K
Genre: Fluff
Pairing(s): Adrinette
Summary: Just a simple idea for Personality Swap Prompt.
Warning: No warnings… though, no offense to Chloé fans. There is still room for redemption in this swap idea of course! I just didn’t write that far.  

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anonymous asked:

How about this? Why the fuck do you need to proclaim out loud to the fandom that Iris definitely isn't just black as a way of shutting down people's criticisms of the fandom on her being a dark skinned character? No one ever said she was black definitely and nothing else but you come out of the wood works with your "but she's not black for sure!" nonsense as if people are treating it like a fact. Again no one, claimed she was black and couldn't be seen as anything else! Shit!

By “proclaim out loud to the fandom” you mean a untagged post on my personal blog that I specifically typed out to not step on anyone’s toes and was just my own personal musings (which impossible with the pokeani fandom I know but I tried)? Then sure let’s go with that.

I also wasn’t shutting down anyone’s criticisms, again that’s something you just made up and wasn’t even part of my original argument. I’m well aware of the “racism” towards Iris by ceartain folk but that has nothing to do with what I’ve been saying this whole time about her only having to be one race because Pokemon is a fantasy show where racial identity isn’t set in stone.

I ALSO never said “she’s definitely not black” I don’t know why you and all these anons (who I’m assuming are related) choose to disregard this and, again, continue to make shit up, I only said she doesn’t have to ONLY be black, holy shit man.

see instead of paying 175 dollars for a dumb and useless TOEFL I could’ve bought FIVE katsudons, but alas I’m gonna have to take overtime at work to pay for just the one

hi! im a monogamous person in a relationship with a poly person, & my partner is also dating someone else. my partner was already with this other person before we were together, & i am not and have never been comfortable being in a poly relationship. i have read various articles & watched videos & /tried/ to be okay with things, but nothing has worked & im on the brink of breaking up. i really like him & i want to make things work but i dont think im ever going to be happy like this. any advice?

There is no magical way to make this work. If you don’t think you’ll ever be happy in this relationship, you need to leave it. It sounds like you did everything you could to work on yourself so you could find a way to be happy and fulfilled in this relationship, and it didn’t work. That’s okay.

It’s okay to try things out and realize they aren’t for you. It’s good to be honest with yourself about what you need and what you can and can’t do. You may really like this person and enjoy most of your relationship with them, but there’s a fundamental issue that isn’t working for you. You have a right to find relationships that make you happy on every level.

Breakups suck, but part of the point of dating different people is learning what you like and what doesn’t work for you. You should be very proud of yourself for taking the leap and trying this out, for doing your best in good faith to make it work, and for having the honesty and self awareness to get out when you realized it wasn’t healthy for you. 

Soapbox: This is one of the reasons I think it’s perfectly okay to see polyamory/monogamy as orientations rather than chosen behavior choices. Some people just can’t think themselves into being someone who gets what they need from a polyamorous or monogamous relationship. Forcing the “it’s a choice open to anyone” narrative implies that people for whom monogamy or polyamory doesn’t work have somehow failed and just need to work harder on themselves. I think it’s crucial to empower people to say “this is who I am, and this is what I need.”