art from stream - thank you to @crescentmoonrider, @arodote, @j97masaki, and anyone else who came by to hang!! I had a ton of fun during the stream, yelling along with the music and testing the lighting on this piece. also sorry I massacred your ears with my singing it will never happen again pls dont sue me Im broke
This was from a few months ago and it’s increased since. I reglamour my healer and black mage outfits at least once a month, and I can guarantee it takes me at least 30 mins to decide on an outfit before an rp event. So yes, Kistenian is very much the stereotypical I-have-loads-of-clothes-but-nothing-to-wear and takes-2-hours-to-get-ready, always on top of fashion but at the cost of time and gil, because that’s how I am with him.
Andrew WIP #1 i’d like to pretend there’s some deep philosophical reason that he doesn’t have eyes but really i just got lazy. i’ll do it later maybe please don’t reblog but likes would be appreciated ❤
stop trying to play this off as a joke or "take my feelings into consideration" if I were to private message you, you wouldn't even answer. You say you're so positive and you welcome anyone to talk to you but you'd rather talk to more popular blogs than anyone else. You're just like all the other "elite" blogs. You're not special.
Woah woah woah, okay.
If anyone has ever sent me a private message here on Tumblr, I have answered it in some way shape or form. I have never ignored any “hi"s or "hey, I hope I’m not bothering you!"s. Yes, I’m not good at making conversation so easily on here, but i have never purposely ignored ANYONE, let alone because of their type of blog or -god forbid-, their popularity. Many of the "more popular” blogs I haven’t even talked to privately before anyways(I’m just shy about talking to anybody, really). If anyone has ever sent me a private message and I have not answered, then I never recieved it. I have no problems talking to anyone, and if anything, id encourage sending messages. As well as that, I am not an “elite”. To me, elites don’t exist. We’re all on here -at least dnp blog wise- because we like Dan and Phil. Some blogs may have been here longer, or just have more followers because they’re funny or nice. There is nothing wrong with that, and I have never once thought that u shouldn’t talk to someone because of their follower count or what kind of blog they run. You can run whatever blog you want, because this is a democratized platform.
I’m sorry I made what you sent as a joke at first, but I seriously thought it was. I asked what was wrong because I am a human being and I am compassionate and I don’t want you to feel upset. If you don’t like my blog, unfollow me. The thing about these social media websites is that you can unfollow someone if you don’t want to see their content. You can even block me if you want, but you don’t need to send me hateful things.
Please, have a nice drink and listen to some of your favorite music, or watch a video you really like. I hope you have a better day.
Context: I grew up in a family of nerds, and superheroes were always a really big part of my childhood. Captain America was a favorite, and he kind of became my family’s standard for good behavior and just generally being a Nice Person. (If one of the kids started a fight they’d get hit with, “What would Captain America think of how you’re acting?”, stuff like that.)
So when I got to high school and started dating, my mom told me something that sounds funny but in retrospect actually turned out to be really good advice:
“Date someone who treats you the way Captain America would. Never settle for less.”
And this has actually helped me so much in my dating life, through high school and into my adult years, because even if it’s a little silly, it’s been really helpful to have that standard in the back of my mind when I’m first going into a relationship.
Would Captain America ignore my calls? Would Captain America forget my birthday? Would Captain America get mad at me for cancelling a date because a family emergency came up? If the answer is no, then I know that the person I’m currently dating does not meet my standards, and that I need to break things off before they get too serious.
And your standard absolutely does not have to be Captain America, specifically. It can be any person, male or female, real or fictional, who is known for being respectful and considerate. It can even be an imaginary “soulmate” that you make up yourself. The point is to have a specific idea of how you expect to be treated by your romantic partners, and to refuse to compromise or settle for less. (Just make sure you’re holding yourself to the same standards – you can’t expect to date superheroes if you’re going to treat your partners the way a supervillain would.) This is a really good way to keep yourself from falling into bad relationships where you aren’t treated with the respect and care you deserve.
TL;DR: You deserve to date people who are respectful and considerate of you. You deserve a Captain America. Don’t settle for less.