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The Beanie Boy (Septiplier AU) - Part 4

WOW IS EVERYONE TOTALLY PISSED YEAH YOUAREIAMHAHAHAA

ITS FLIPPIN DONE AND IM SO GLAD!! PART 4!!!! LOTS OF FEELS!!! 

So yeah, sorry this took forever, etc etc… AAAAA jeez! Hehe but here we go.

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anjo-da-guarda-me  asked:

k so i have questions that fall into the "just enough information" category, I am sure you've probably answered these before but here goes: 1. why did you start writing poetry 2. do you read other peoples poetry 3. what is appealing about poetry, 4. will you consider yourself tagged visa ve la devils challenge, as in writing about subject matter etc xd

hehe, for you there is never any information that is ‘too much’ to share.

1) i started writing poems to give myself daily structure in my struggle to managed with my illness.  poetry was the easiest thing i could do at that point in time in the small window of time i set aside for creativity.

2) if i follow you, i try to read your poetry.  i don’t normally read poetry though as i don’t enjoy it very much.

3) i like abstract thinking, silliness, people struggling to convey very personal information and word play and poetry often has those elements.

4) i’m afraid you’ve lost me >.<

P.S. you never answered my question.

anonymous asked:

Would pendulums be able to determine information such as where someone was killed?

  If you give places where you could have been killed (I.E., “Was I killed in the kitchen, dorms, etc etc etc”, without the etc’s, hehe), then yes, pendulums can give you the answer. You can keep coming back for follow-ups too, but since questions need to be asked in the form of a “yes or no”/”this or that” format, you can’t ask the pendulum to tell you a specific place without giving it options.

— Mod Ibuki

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