I didn’t think I’d be posting one of these text posts but I was wondering if any of y'all have any GW2 blogs you’d like to recommend!
A lot of the old blogs I use to follow either sparringly post or simply don’t exist anymore. Since I’m getting re-acquainted with GW2 like two lovers at the end of a romance novel finally finding each other again, I thought I’d refresh that follow list.
Just reblog or reply with the blog’s name and I’ll give it a look!
Unpopular opinion time, but all the “reblog if you genuinely
enjoy following me”, “reblog if you love my writing”, and other chain
posts really irritate me and seem pointless. I feel like if you enjoy
someone’s writing, it would mean a lot more to them if you simply told
them yourself, instead of using a cheap, copy-pasted sentence. It takes
one second to reblog a post. I wouldn’t be flattered at all by this.
Plus it looks bad if you don’t reblog it, which makes it seem like a
guilt trip post.
Hey lovely,can you recommend blogs to follow who won’t be posting/reblogging gifs of Aaron and the Dr or ask your followers to reblog this and I will follow them as I have unfollowed blogs this morning and last night who are posting Aaron and the Dr as I can’t be seeing that on my dash because I can not blacklist on my app. Thank you xoxo
I’m not a 100% who would or wouldn’t.
So yeah, Tag, reblog, reply to let people know if you will not be posting/reblogging AaronxAlex content. Thanks x.
Hey idk I just happened across your body positivity comic b/c someone I follow reblogged it, and I wanted to tell you that I really love it. I feel like a lot of the time, even body positivity drawings have perfectly rounded fat bodies, but I liked that you made it look like the person's stomach wasn't like, somehow firm and toned but still fat. I think a lot of body positive stuff shows only the "best" type of "bad" bodies (ie an hourglass, fat in the "right" places), so thanks, I love it (:
Yes yes yes!!
Thank you so much for writing in! You’re absolutely right, a lot of times bopo art showcases these like perfectly fat-layered, hour glass figures. And while those body types deserve love and attention, I draw from my own personal experience: a big tummy pouch of squishy rolls and cellulite/spider veins galore.