i really don't have friends in real life

anonymous asked:

Hey, may i request a Jungkook story well I don't really have a plot tbh i just wanna read a story of jungkook like those collage au and have a hobby of photography 🙈 thanks 😊

the nudist and the prudist [m]

❛❛ i saw you naked on your porch but jesus christ is my friend so i was hoping i would never see you again but here you are go away hot person❜❜ AU

COUNT → 14.968

GENRE → smut | angst | fluff | humor

PAIRING → jungkook | reader

WARNINGS → explicit language | virgin reader | exhibitionism | alcoholism | sEX

LINKS → TNATP 1.5 (jungkook’s pov)

note: so. this was mostly inspired by me walking by a naked man in real life this weekend. i live in a big city where one of the state universities is. lets just say i ran away screaming in terror. but ofc nothing else happened. never saw that man again. a nice butt he had. anyways. im gonna go to church now and say hello to my gOOD FRIEND JESUS CHRIST!!!!!!! AMEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

also send in more requests bc im a thirsty hoe


It was finally spring.

The bitter cold had lasted longer than normal and you feared that even the first day of spring would be filled with steady snowfall. Your winter had been spent wrapped in blankets, sipping on hot apple cider, and venturing outdoors with scarves nearly constricting your airflow. You thought the cold season was beautiful, but it was only beautiful superficially in your eyes. You didn’t enjoy walking around in layers upon layers of clothing and never leaving your room unless you absolutely had to. Then, one morning, you were greeted by melted snow and grass finally taking on that vibrant green color you missed so much.

As an introvert, winter was your own nightmare.

But then it became spring.

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  • Nick: Last time you were here-
  • Kesha: Don't even talk about it! Just shut up!
  • Nick: What? I was trying to help you out. It was great.
  • Kesha: I was talking to my friend about it. I don't think I've ever been speechless in my life since I was born and that was the only moment when I literally had no words.
  • Nick: Do you want to tell everyone what happened?
  • Kesha: No, I don't!
  • Nick: Well, I will. So last time you were on, I, as a friend of Kesha, said "Who do you fancy?" and you said "Harry Styles". We know Harry Styles in real life, so I thought I'd get him on, so you and Harry could meet-
  • Kesha: On the radio! In front of the whole world! What a nice guy you are!
  • Nick: Just hooking people up.
  • Kesha: He was asleep. And sick, if I recall.
  • Nick: Yeah, so how's that going?
  • Kesha: Really good.
  • Nick: Seen him since?
  • Kesha: Yeah, we're married.
  • Nick: Have you actually seen him since that happened?
  • Kesha: Thank god, no. That was humilating. Horrible.
  • Nick: No, that was funny. Fifi, bring him in! [...] No, I'm joking. He's gonna be in your hotel when you get back. We've tucked him up in bed, he's ready for you, Kesha.
Royalty Starters
  • "Watch where you're going, peasant!"
  • "Royal? Sure, you're a royal pain in the ass!"
  • "Don't you know who you're talking to?"
  • "Wow, it's uncanny. You really look exactly like the prince/princess."
  • "You're my new servant?"
  • "You know, I could use a new servant."
  • "How dare you touch me!"
  • "I don't think the people like me."
  • "I believe there have been attempts on my life. I'm hiring you to protect me."
  • "What do you mean you're not my real guardsman?"
  • "Peasant life must be so dull!"
  • "I'm sorry, miss priss. I was just trying to save your skin!"
  • "You want me to wear that? It's ghastly!"
  • "Have you ever even left the castle?"
  • "It's lonely being a leader, you know. You're my only real friend."
  • "Father wants me to marry a snobbish nobleman/noblewoman. I won't go through with it!"
  • "That was my favorite ball gown!"
  • "What do you mean you don't own silk clothing?"
  • "How do you people live like this!?"
  • Korra: I think I'm in love with you.
  • Asami: You mean, as friends?
  • Korra: No, I mean for real. You're like the coolest person I've ever met, and you don't even have to try.
  • Asami: I try really hard, actually.

Camouflage dog!

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Kaiba is such a nerd, like the only places to buy metal bracers are from people who LARP. He saw this in his free time (probably looking at LARPing) and went “hey this seems like something I should buy”. He actually bought them and wears them everywhere. I get that they can be practical but I can’t take him seriously when he probably got his ideas from LARPing like seriously you’re a millionaire. Why do you spend your money on this of all things

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Orlando Jones: The Trickster God of ‘American Gods’ on Worshipping Pop Culture, His Conflicted Take on Bill Cosby, and Why Mulder and Scully Should Bang
The actor/writer/comedian, who plays Mr. Nancy in the Neil Gaiman adaptation, reveals how nerdy he is to IndieWire.
By Liz Shannon Miller

As an adult, Jones remains a massive “fangirl” (his word), and has been famously engaged with fan culture for all the shows he’s worked on for years. “I had no idea what we were getting into there — he’s on another level,” Fuller said of Jones’s fandom. “It’s amazing.”

One of Jones’s current favorite nerd causes: He doesn’t just casually think that “X-Files” stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny should be a couple. He regularly Tweets his support for #gillovny, and has strong opinions about why the two actors should just give it up and settle down together.

“It’s going to happen,” Jones said. “They don’t understand what’s going on. David just finished touring, he and Tea [Leoni] are no longer together — which is horrible, I love Tea. They have beautiful kids. But Gillian’s beautiful, she’s sort of amazing — I don’t really understand what the problem is.”

“Here’s the thing,” he continued. “I get that they want to take a slow roll, they want to walk in the sand for a little while, they don’t want to commit too soon. But in 20 years they’re going to be on Golden Pond together if I have to break both their fucking legs and put them there.”

He then corrected himself, laughing. “I would never do that! Just to make my ‘ship come true. I would never do that… and admit to it. I had nothing to do with it.”

In real life, Jones and Duchovny are friends (they co-starred in the 2000 comedy “Evolution,” and Duchovny cast him in his 2004 coming-of-age drama “House of D”) and Anderson is one of Jones’s co-stars in “Gods,” though the two of them were never on set together.  “I was really upset about it at the time, I’ve calmed myself down a bit,” Jones said.

cherryskies13  asked:

I know me personally, I have a lot of friends over the internet and it makes me feel a lot less lonely when I talk to them (because I don't have many friends in real life and even they ignore me, blow me off, or third wheel me, so I normally feel alone and isolated). My parents say I would stop feeling isolated and alone if I spent less time with my friends online and more time trying to make friends in real life. What are your thoughts?

It’s really important to remember that behind the username of your online friend is a real person! Hold on to that fact because it shows that these people with qualities that you look for in a friend can be anywhere. Use social media and the internet to research spaces where you can find people who are like you. At It Gets Better it’s really important for us to be constantly updating our Resource Center so young people can find places where they can get support. Be diligent about dedicating time to finding your people in person, you will be surprised by what you might find. You have friends in more places than you know!

anonymous asked:

the first couple years of college is THE TIME to be single! i feel like so many people go to college expecting to find like the love of their life or whatever on the first day of classes but that just isnt real life. college is such a big change and everyone is just there struggling together and most cliques dissolve and everyone can be friends! FOCUS ON YOU GIRL (also, such a smart decision not picking out your own room mates... that way you don't really have any expectations for them to meet)

yes i completely agree!

I had a dream about him ;;o;;

anonymous asked:

I'm a trans man dating a cis gay man, and some of his gay buddies have started mocking him for "not really being gay" "being kinda straight" etc. for dating me. And I feel really shit that he has to go through that, but it's also making me feel really insecure and invalid in this relationship. He's said he's going to stop hanging out with those guys because of this, but I don't want him to have to lose friends because of me... idk I just feel real down rn.

I’m sorry your boyfriend has/had such gross transphobes among his friends. If he cuts them out of his life because of their transphobic bullshit, I’d say that’s a good thing. It’s not necessarily him “losing friends”, it’s more “the people who he used to think were friends revealed themselves to be asshats that he doesn’t want to hang out with”.

You are a man. As is he. Your relationship does not in any way invalidate his identity as a gay man. It’s not your fault that some shitty people are misgendering you and using you as a tool to invalidate him.

anonymous asked:

So I guess questions about his personal life are a thing. As well as the lies... Sure Styles, you stalked your dates and now you don't and just.... I really wish he didnt have to do this. I know personal life sells and all but :((

Okay. Here’s for an unpopular opinion.

So far, I would wager that nearly everything has gone the way harry has wanted it to. He is doing what he wants, how he wants, and he has a team that is supporting him. At least that is how it looks right now.

If Nick, one of Harry’s close friends, brought it up, it’s because it was approved. Look, I won’t make a real judgment until we hear it, but for me at least… I’ve just got to consider that what might appear “bad” to me as a fan, might not be bad for Harry. There might be solid reasons why he is talking about itand I don’t feel comfortable anymore jumping to the idea that he’s forced to talk about this. Maybe he is, but maybe there’s a lot that we don’t know bts and maybe that is playing a role. Text can be misleading anyway and I think we should wait to hear it before jumping the gun.

anonymous asked:

So, I have friends on tumblr, and I am terrified of losing them, because idk how to start conversations? And I don't know how to help them when they're upset. And I don't want to lose them. I really don't.

Hi Anon!

This is a really good question.

Personally, I think starting a conversation online is actually easier than starting one in real life. You have the opportunity to introduce context as you begin the conversation, rather than having to base what you’re saying on the current context of where you are and what you’re doing.

For example, last night I went out with friends to get a sundae. We talked about the music playing in the car - that’s an easy and obvious discussion topic. We talked about sundaes. And we talked about each other, like my health issues, or my friend’s first week studying or how another friend really needs to quit her crappy job. Those are all subjects that arise naturally out of the context of where you are and who you’re with.

But the thing about online communication is that you can automatically bring the context along with you. One of my best friends lives a long way from me and we mostly only talk via facebook chat. Sometimes I might read a news article that makes me sad or angry or happy. I can send her the link and say something like “have you seen this?” or “omigod, I’m so mad about this”. It doesn’t matter what’s actually going on where I am or where she is, because the conversation comes with its own opening line, based on what I’m showing her.

And I think that’s a good way to talk to people online. So, let’s say you’ve got a friend on Tumblr. We’ll call your friend Susan.

Susan makes a post that she’s been tagged to do a question and answer thing, so she gives all the answers. One of the questions is name a food you love and Susan says she loves pancakes. That’s an opportunity for you to start a conversation with her, without worrying how to lead into that. You can just send her a message saying “Oh, your favourite food is pancakes?! Mine too!” And then you can talk to each other about pancakes. And that might lead to all kinds of other topics.

Another possibility is sending a link or tagging them in something you reblog. Maybe you think they’ll find it funny, or see themselves in it or be as angry about it as you. That starts a conversation too. You can send Susan a video of an otter sliding down a snow bank (someone tagged me in just such a video on Facebook and it was glorious). Then you and Susan can talk about otters. Or snow. Or which is the cutest animal.

As for comforting an online friend when they need it, the best thing you can do is be available. If Susan says she is having a bad day and she’s upset, then send her a message asking if she wants to talk to you about it. Ask her if there’s any way you can help. She might not know what kind of help she needs, but you can suggest. Maybe you could just let her vent her feelings to you. Or maybe she’d like your advice. You could find pictures of something she likes (like kittens or her favourite musician) and show them to her to see if it can cheer her up. You could offer to talk about something else with her, to take her mind off things.

There are lots of things you can do to talk to a friend in need, even if you’re not able to give them a real life hug or make them tea. Often, people feel better just by knowing that someone cares about them and wants to help.

Just to give more examples of what I mean, here are some actual opening sentences from my own recent online chat windows. I hope none of my friends will mind! I have many more friends online than offline, so I guess I’m doing something right, and so are they. Some of these are conversations I started, and others were started by the other person.

  • “Hi! Is the heat any better today?”
  • “Random question!!! You’re a singer, right? I’ve seen you say that somewhere???”
  • “Oh my God have you seen Moana yet?”
  • “Hiya! How’s the new job?”
  • “Have you SEEN this?” *link to video of famous actor*
  • “You’re into scrapbooking, right?”

Those are all good ways of starting a conversation, out of nowhere.

But you can also just start with a “How are you?” or “What’s up with you?” If you ask those questions and you care enough about the answers to keep the conversation going, then you are being an excellent online friend.

Most people love to talk about themselves, their lives and the things they’re interested in. If you can give them the space to do that, then they’re going to be happy, and they’re going to remember that you’re a person who makes them happy.

Good luck, make friends, keep friends and STAY COOL LIKE A TIGER SWIMMING IN ICECREAM!!!

- The Slightly Aggressive Affirmer

blushyanon  asked:

Do you have any advice to give me for my voice and trying to voice act. I know I will never become a real voice actor, but I wanna try my best!. My problem is I have a voice were im litrarly right in between a boy and a girl and I'm 15 and have no friends ( haha I'm so alone 😂) and I don't really girl characters that much and I can make a really high girl voice kinda like when you meet a anime girl in high school but then turns out there one of the villians, I hope this doesn't waste your time

Stopped reading there.

Change your mindset, then try asking again.

anonymous asked:

Nishinoya being best friends with someone online and they've never met face to face but what they don't know is that they actually have they don't know because in real life they actually hate each others guts in real life how they figure it out is your choice

I just freaking love this concept so much, lol! It just goes to show that you don’t really know anyone until you KNOW someone, but I think I read a Kyouhaba fic with this one time and I just about lost it! (I promise they won’t be the same!)

But I hope that you enjoy!


He couldn’t believe it. Nope, Nishinoya just couldn’t believe that of all the places they had to be it was in the exact same place he was supposed to be meeting his online best friend of two years for the first time. They couldn’t have decided on anywhere else to inconveniently place themselves?

With one more grumble leaving from his lips, Nishinoya stalked through the door of the cafe and tried not to make eye contact with them as he strode past to seat himself as far away from the as possible. He felt their eyes follow him the entire way, something he tried not o focus too much on. The last thing he wanted was for his internet friend to meet him while he’s in a sour mood.

Glancing down at the screen of his phone to check the time, he was relieved to see that he was about five minutes early for their meeting. The idea was spurred on quite randomly, an urge to finally meet up and get to know each other outside of a monitor. And they had both agreed that real names would remain a mystery until they were really face to face. It made the whole thing pretty exciting, actually. Ya know, if they hadn’t decided to be there too.

Ordering a smoothie, Nishinoya occupied himself with playing the games that took up more space than necessary on his phone, mind losing track of the time until he glanced back at the clock. Fifteen minutes late. He had been sitting her all by himself for nearly twenty and there wasn’t a single text from them telling him that they were going to be late.

Peeking a glance to his least favorite individuals table, he supposed he was glad to see that they were also still alone. In fact, they seemed to be looking around outside of the establishment, probably waiting for someone just like himself. Though he supposed that wasn’t his problem despite happening to be in the exact situation.

It was the ping of his phone that drew his attention away and forced his brows to furrow at seeing the simple message of ‘Where are you?’ lighting up his phone.

“I’m here,” he found himself quietly speaking the words as he typed them, “the dude with the awesome hair and the pink smoothie.”

Almost as soon as his thumb pressed on the send button did he hear the ping from another device, his gaze rising to see them - the one he wanted to avoid in that room - raise their phone to read the message he had just written out.

Feeling the surprise was one thing, but seeing it written all over their face as they turned to look at him was something else entirely. His mouth opened in an attempt to try and say something - even curse - but nothing would come forth. Nishinoya felt as though he were permanently paralyzed from head to toe.

This person that he had hated almost since the moment they met was the same person who he complained about online… about them.

He wasn’t entirely sure how to feel, how to react. But it seems that he didn’t have to, they were standing to their feet and moving quickly out of the cafe, their back rigid. Nishinoya didn’t call out for them nor did he try to stop them, it was probably the best reaction either of them would’ve gave without throwing explicit language at one another.

Locking his gaze on the surface of his own table, he felt like his head was spinning. What did this mean now? He felt as though he had found a friend and lost them within the same moment.

“Ugh!” he shouted in the small cafe louder than necessary just before he let his head fall hard against the surface of the table, “just… fucking hell.”

The next day at school was sure to be interesting.

anonymous asked:

Life has been real hard. My mom passed away a couple months ago, & the rest of my life is falling apart as well. My friendship ended with my best friend. I'm distancing from a close friend since he was really toxic for me, my other closest friend is moving away, and I cut things off with a romantic interest because it wasn't being reciprocated as I would have liked. I'm going to college, but my peers are very religious so I haven't really befriended many. I'm so lonely and don't know what to do

Honor your mom and keep her memories within you, she still lives within you – within your heart. Feel her there and allow her to be with you. She will always be there within you. Let this all move through you and let what comes comes as much as you can. Honor all the sadness and all the loneliness that comes. They serve as a reminder that your Heart, is all Hearts and that that Heart that dwells within misses and grieves for what has passed.

Life is good at opening up space, life is really good at opening caverns of unending space for our life to play out in. Try to get the sense of the space all of this has created. See what is being brought to you to fill that space. It may not be a person or a thing but feelings and realizations. Try to be open to what comes to you during this time. All is truly here to assist you; try to sense that. Even if it is difficult and there is great unease and loneliness. Try to sense that this is all pushing you along. Feel the pull of the gravity life has on you and within you.

These things that happened are hard, they truly are the hardest things to deal with and they will be difficult to go through. That’s all truly ok. You feel how you feel and that is all truly ok. Let this move its way through you and sense the space that it opens up within you and within your life.

Feel the space within your Heart. Breathe and be with that space within you. That space can harbor unease and sadness, just try and sit with it and feel what is there within you now. Be patient with what you find within yourself and be gentle on yourself. You aren’t suppose to be a certain way and if all of this has left you, sad, angry, broken and confused. Let that all be there. Soften to those and be gentle with those. Those feelings are reminders of your ties to what has gone and that you cared for what has left you. They will lead you to their resolve and they will lead you to what is next in your life. They can be your greatest ally in all of this if you can learn to not fight them and to not expect yourself to feel a certain way or be a certain way. You are as you are, feel your aliveness and the life within you just under all of this. Touch that as much as you can and simply bring your attention to what covers that. What is there will pass. This will all work to expand you and to push you towards growth and to what is waiting patiently for you to return to.

When you are through the midsts of this and it doesn’t pull you as much anymore, be open to new friends and to new things. Go out and explore life around you and find the life within you that only seeks to expand and nurture new possibilities and relationships. Know that there is fullness and wholeness within you no matter what life brings your way. And go out and do what you enjoy doing. Your mom would’ve enjoyed you doing that.

I do hope this helps and take care.

~greg

anonymous asked:

U saw them both & returned home saying they were a couple--right? I think they R couple but I am confused about where T fits in. A bar owner who manages local musicians-Right? Some call C's manager / assistant but he pops up everywhere. They show no affection towards each. For a SO of 3 years no hand holding or even photo on C's Instagram. I'm not trying to pry into their relationship if they have one but I'm confused by S&C behavior. SC don't stop their friendly flirt off screen.??

I think he’s a longtime friend of Cait’s who graciously stepped into a role she needed him in, which is some meld of things; probably closest to an assistant. However, I get called rude names by some people in this fandom when I say he’s her assistant bc apparently that’s offensive so I’ll stick with he’s a really good friend ;)

anyway, no they don’t stop the flirty behavior off screen. I came back from ECCC (even more) entirely and thoroughly convinced they were/are together in real life. hope that’s helpful! 

anonymous asked:

Elise, do you have any headcanons about Bahorel right after he left law school? I've just left it too to fulfill my real dream I realized recently, but even my best friend says it's not possible to come true. I know they don't want to hurt me, but still I feel really lonely now with almost no support and it kinda sucks.. Sorry for bothering you, but I look up to you, you're such a lovely person deserving the best in life. I hope everything goes well for you

Bahorel does law school the way I did maths for the first 18 years of my life: poorly and with a distinct lack of motivation to get better at it.

Law just seemed like the thing to do at the time, you know? Law makes you look employable. But Bahorel just isn’t a white collar kind a guy. And that’s coming from a guy who loves collars.

Bahorel is social! Bahorel was born to go from place to place, make friend with everybody he meets and fill up a whole bar with his roaring voice. He wasn’t made for Law.

When he ditches law school, it’s like a weight has been lifted from his shoulders. Sure, he wasn’t going to lectures that often to begin with, but it was still a relief. He does a couple of side jobs here and there, helping people move out, playing the bartender for a couple of nights a week, coaching some people at the gym. He likes that, tending the bar. He gets to meet people.

That’s how he meets Feuilly and Grantaire, rolling up their sleeves as their about to start a brawl. Bahorel joins because a) brawl and b) the other guys were looking for it. It gets him fired, but at least he’s made two new friends.

A week later, Bahorel attends his first ABC meeting.

shreder109  asked:

What are some ways you can make two male characters be like amazing friends, i don't actually have many in real life so i'm trying to make the two inseparable to the point where people think they might be gay but they aren't you know? Any tips?

While gender can play a role in how we interact with others, if two guys are going to be really close friends then they can act like any pair of friends regardless of gender. I can give some tips on friendship in general but it’s really up to you how much your characters play into gender roles.

The “ways” to make friends really depend so much on the specific characters that I can’t give much advice there, bit I can tell you some things about what makes good friendships:

- Your characters need to trust one another. This can be shown with small things like “If I ask him to pay the bills, he’ll do it on time” to bigger things like “If I were dying of kidney failure, he’d donate a kidney for me”. 

- They should listen to each other, and not just passively. Sure, friends can play “the wall” for a rant, but really close friends can go beyond that 

- They don’t have to like everything about each other, but they have to respect everything about each other. Related to how friends should listen, I have a long-time friend who has very different views from me on venting. I hate being vented to unless you want to end the conversation looking for a solution. She recognizes this and respects me enough not to vent to me unless it’s something serious. She also respects and accepts that I will always try and give aid, not just listen, even if it’s not 100% of what she wants. She accepts me for who I am and works with it. 

- They should be able to let down their walls in each other’s company. Someone who cracks a lot of jokes to cover up self-worth issues may become more serious and honest around a close friend. Someone more serious may start joking around with a close friend. 

- Generally, men are socialized to be more action-heavy than word-heavy with expressing their affection or care, but it really depends on the individual characters. 

- Physical affection isn’t as necessary as the other things, but it can help. This is non-sexual touching like goodbye hugs, fixing a messy clothing item, a pat on the back, etc.

- Generally, men are socialized to be okay with “doing nothing” with someone for bonding moments. This is where the “crack open a cold one” bonding moment comes from.

- They should be honest with each other. Lies never make for a good relationship, though there is sometimes gray area here for personal judgement on “do I lie to make this person feel better?” depending on the severity of the issue. There’s a difference between a friend saying (lying) “don’t worry, nobody saw” when a character has an embarrassing moment vs saying (lying) “I never spoke to John” if “John” has been causing issues. 

- They should feel important to the other, like their thoughts and opinions matter and that they’re prioritized and considered in plans and other interactions.

That’s what I can think of right now, but I invite others (especially guys with close guy friends) to reply/reblog this with some more details. My perspective is not 100% aligned with the question, so I gave what I could!

Good luck with your friendship!