The Signs as Phases They Went Through in Middle School
Misanthropic goth kid. "Life is meaningless, we all die some day anyway". Collected miscellaneous animal bones. Probably once tried to buy a human skull off the deep web.
Was really into Pokemon. Tried to "troll" other students they didn't like on social media but was never taken seriously. Had a lot of self image issues. Probably writes their own slam poetry.
Viewed themself as the most intelligent person in the world, smarter than any adult. Viewed everyone else as stupid and inferior to them. Probably spent a majority of their childhood on the computer.
Was one of those middle schoolers that was far too loud in movie theatres or the library. Always said that they "had no friends" even though they were popular. Went through significant others faster than most go through underwear.
That one kid that drew nothing but animals. Warriors fan. Owned "how to draw anime" books. Talked a lot about how in love they were even though they were 13. Used cutesy :3 smilies and *roleplay actions* in casual texts for some reason.
Constantly full of sarcasm and snark towards authority and peers alike. Wore brand name clothes and shunned people who didn't. Came out in the 6th grade and forever cemented themself as the Gay Friend.
Incredibly obnoxious. Really into "XD LOLZ RANDOM!" humor. Owned more stuffed animals than friends.
Caused drama for the sake of causing drama. Had scene hair. Was typically pegged as most likely to have vandalized or broken something even though more often than not it wasn't them. Not as edgy as they liked to think they were.
Young Republican. Repeated borderline racist rhetoric they read on the internet as an excuse to be a jerk. "Do you even lift?". Wondered why they don't have a girlfriend even though they were a jackass to everyone they met. Introvert with one close extrovert friend that made friends for them.
Self identified Juggalo, facepaint and all. Really passionate about music and willing to cuss someone out for insulting their favorite bands. Occasionally volatile and didn't understand that consequences applied to them.
Glorified violence. Told offensive jokes for the sake of offending people, then gets upset when they don't "get the joke". Had a permanent "why me" complex about everything.
Operated under the belief that millennials always know better than adults. Brought home every animal they found. Had a lot of big ideas but could never quite accomplish them.
“I called you a slave-driver!” Stiles cried hysterically. “I called you an ogre! I stole all the blue paperclips!” Derek raised an eyebrow at him. “That’s company property!” he shouted, waving his arms madly in distress. Derek ran a hand over his face. “It’s not theft if the vice president of the company gives you permission.”
It wasn’t like he was a pro or whatever, but like any teenage boy he’d spent a lot of time jerking off, and there were a lot of people on the internet that liked watching that sort of thing. And while the idea of doing actual porn - like, porn with another person’s dick in his ass porn - kind of made him uncomfortable, jerking off by himself in front of a camera sounded okay. If you’re good at something, never do it for free, right?
Stiles is used to selling himself to make ends meet. But it’s getting harder to keep those ends meeting, and there’s only so much of Stiles to go around. Until a too-fancy car shows up in his neighborhood, and he meets Derek Hale.
“So you’re a werewolf, huh,” the guy says when Derek looks up at him again. His gaze drifts down from Derek’s face to the rest of his body, slowly, shamelessly. When it’s traveled back up and their eyes meet again, the corner of the guy’s mouth twitches up into a cocky little half-smile. “I fucking love working with werewolves.”
I love it when you get really into something and start writing down your feelings, it makes me want to get into it too or gets me thinking about it more/in a different way. ur a treasure erica
You know what? Thank you! I wish I could just respond to anons privately because I don’t wanna keep drawing attention to the whole thing, but I do want to respond to you, because honestly… HONESTLY…? That’s why I do it. That is why I do it. Sure, yeah, I’m also doing it because I genuinely like talking about the things I’m talking about, but I very rarely even make posts like that completely out of the blue. I do it every month or so I think, usually talking about the Simpsons, but if I posted every intense feeling I had about a cartoon every time I had one, I’d never shut the fuck up. Y’all are lucky I’m sparing you, honestly, haha.
When I DO make a really rambly post about a cartoon, or some really lengthy tags on a reblog, a part of why I’m doing it is because your blog is a platform for you to talk about shit that you’re into. And if people are following your blog, there’s a chance they give a shit what you have to say, or are at least vicariously interested in your interests. Maybe you can spread a little bit of info, or a helpful review, or pique someone’s curiosity about something new. I know I’ve definitely gotten into stuff because someone I follow online mentioned it before.
Like I guess tumblr kinda took the idea of a blog and condensed it into this rapid-fire way to just spread dumb content as quickly as possible and a community developed around it where no one feels right commenting on posts or giving feedback/input, but FUCK that! A blog is literally an online journal, you can post about whatever the fuck you want, that’s THE POINT! Ahhhhhgggh.
And then the one time you decide to actually use it like that, people feel compelled to discourage you from it? Like, I don’t honestly give a shit, my feelings are not hurt because some stupid kid who can’t spellcheck made a mean comment in my inbox, I’m just bothered that anyone has the audacity to go out of their way to be a jerk to a stranger on the internet when it’s 1000 times easier and takes 0 energy at all to just f u c k o f f i n t o t h e s u n.
If someone saw my post and thought “oh cool, I like Erica, and she likes Bob’s Burgers, maybe I’ll check out Bob’s Burgers”, and then they end up with a new show to watch, FUCKING GREAT! That’s frankly all I might’ve been trying to accomplish in the first place.
ANNNNYWAY, thank you. Thanks everyone who’s sent me nice comments in the wake of this or any other stupid meaningless post. I’m not like, actually upset or affected by it, which is why I don’t usually respond, but I do appreciate your guys’ concern, and I appreciate knowing that y’all appreciate my dumb blog. Thanks. And keep posting about shit you like and sharing it with people you like!! That’s what it’s all about man.
-HECK YEAH SON! -*cough* girlfriend *cough* -He loves your voice! -He loves you. -now you can do musicals with him! -so you both can be leads and maybe do a little smooching on stage in front of tons of random citizens. -Zen totally did not think about that when he first heard you sing. -Likes to do warmup’s with you.
-Is surprised as heck when he comes home to find you singing as you clean the house. -it’s a good surprised though! -”MC! You can sing!?” -He rushed up to you making you almost fall off the chair while dusting. -Luckily he steadies you though. -”Y-yeah, I guess I can.” You chuckle. -He picks you up and begins spinning you around. -”MY GIRLFRIEND IS THE BEST!” -shh Yoosung the neighbors are sleeping.
(Uh, I’m a little uncomfortable writing Jaehee. Sorry.)
-Comes home from a long day of work and find you petting Elizabeth on your lap while singing!? -You had lulled the ca to sleep your voice was so good. -”MC, I had no idea you could sing.” -Hires someone against your will to help you sing better. -You end up enjoying it though. -Boasts to his coworkers about your voice. -He even boasts to all these rich dudes he goes to meetings with! -That quickly ends though when several men starting emailing you to go to dinner. -”Apparently I wasn’t clear enough that you are mine.”
-He was playing your favorite song as he worked so that he could keep you off of him make you happy while he works. -He gets tired of it soon though and turns it off. -There’s still angelic voices going into his ears?? -Then he realizes it’s you. -apparently you hadn’t noticed the song was off and you were singing while you stood on your bed your eyes closed. -takes out his phone and video tapes it. -uploads your singing to the internet against your will. -”Seven you jERK!” -you get pretty famous though. -”How do ya like fame MC? And all thanks to whom?” -He makes you say who.
-V was taking pictures when you were out hiking together and you got bored cause he was basically ignoring you and looking at the view. -like boi, I am the view! -So you wonder off and start singing the birds chirp along to your tune. -You twirl and find and run into a warm body before finding yourself face-to-face with V. -You chuckle nervously. -”If only you could capture the beauty of a voice in a picture…” -You blush at the compliment. -”V those are called videos.”
-He woke up screaming from one of his nightmares. -You calmed him down with your words until he laid in your arms trying to go back to sleep. -you could tell he didn’t want to. -so you started singing. -You sang the same lullaby a few times before stopping and looking down at Saeran. -he was asleep. -And he had a smile on his face… -You smiled and kissed his forehead before going to bed also.
Online harassment is a universal problem, but it definitely falls harder on some people than others. In a recent Guardian study of abusive comments on its own articles, eight of its top 10 most abused writers were women, and two were men of color.
Almost everyone experiences some online abuse, but not everyone experiences the same level or intensity of it. For some, online harassment is a nuisance that’s easily shrugged off. For others, it’s not so easy.
That’s why it’s important to step into someone else’s shoes every now and then, like Washington Post pop music critic Chris Richards did. When Richards and his wife each had articles published on the same page of the Post, what happened was almost a perfect A/B test proving how disproportionate harassment works.
It’s easy for some to be skeptical that online harassment is that big a deal, or that it’s worse for people who aren’t white men. It’s easy to say something like, “It’s not because you’re a woman, it’s because they disagree with you,” or, “Whatever, it’s the internet, people are going to be jerks.”
And yes, people disagree and are jerks. But they also tend to be much bigger, nastier jerks to women, people of color, and folks in other marginalized groups.
Women and people of color can shrug off harassment too, of course, and often do. But they also tend to face more, and more vicious, attacks, including attacks that are specifically targeted at their gender or their race. All of that can wear down even those with the thickest skin, and its long-term harms can sneak up on you over time.
This is especially true of journalists and commentators with public platforms who write about controversial topics. And as Amanda Taub pointed out for Vox, this means online harassment can have real harms on journalism if it makes women and people of color reluctant to cover controversial issues.
My cousins, Wes and Jeremy, were like brothers to me growing up. Jeremy was the oldest, followed by Wes and me as the youngest. We were like true best friends. When we were younger, Jeremy would like to play around after everyone had gone to bed. He would show Wes and I how to jerk off and suck each other’s dicks. Sometimes the three of us would sit on the bed and jerk off to the biggest cocks we could find on the Internet. We spent hours surfing the web for gay porn and blowing our loads. I always admired the size of Jeremy’s dick compared to Wes and I. Even at a young age, he had a dick almost the size of a grown man. One day Jeremy told me that he and Wes were going to be moving. I was devastated for I knew our evenings of boy bonding were coming to an end.
10 years later…
I was ecstatic to find out Jeremy and Wes were coming to visit. It had been so long since I’ve seen them and till this day I still thought about our nights of sucking dick and jerking off. When my cousins arrived, Wes was the first to walk in the door. He was much taller now, with a muscular-swimmers body, deeper voice and striking dark eyes. I greeted him with excitement. As I gave Wes a hug, Jeremy slowly walked in the door. My mouth dropped. Jeremy was now about 6′2, big muscular arms and chest, big thick muscle legs and a huge fat bubble butt. I got an instant boner just seeing my cousins all grown up. Jeremy smiled at me and gave me a hug, slowly reaching down and grabbing my ass. Wes smiled back and slightly rubbed his crotch.
That night the three of us were in my room getting ready for bed. Jeremy took off his pants and revealed the outline of his bulge stretching through his boxer briefs. I tried not to look, but I couldn’t resist checking it out. I couldn’t believe how big his package was. Wes came up behind me, reached around and rubbed my growing cock through my shorts. Jeremy smirked and asked “I bet you missed this, huh?” I nodded with excitement. Jeremy pulled down his boxer briefs to reveal his HUGE, fat cock and big plump balls. It must have been more than twice the size when I last saw it 10 years ago. I fell to my knees and buried my face in his massive manhood. His cock barely fit in my mouth now compared to when we were younger. Wes stripped behind me and crawled onto the bed. Sticking his bubble butt in the air, Wes said “Come on bro, let’s show our cousin how much we’ve grown up”. Jeremy smiled and walked over to Wes, his big balls heavily swinging between his muscle legs. Jeremy took his fat cock and pushed it deep inside Wes’ butt. With a loud moan, he began to fuck his brother hard.
I sat on the floor with my pants off, jerking my cock as I watched my cousins fuck like two giant men. Jeremy’s massive butt bounced with every deep thrust. I kept thinking about our younger days of fooling around and now seeing the real men my cousins have become. After a few minutes of fucking, Jeremy pulled out and invited me onto the bed. He lubed up my raging hard cock and told me to lay down. To my surprise, Jeremy got on top of me and took my cock deep into his ass. He seemed like a giant looking down on me with his big muscular chest and arms. His fat cock rested on my chest as he began to ride my cock slowly. It felt so good as I squeezed his ass. All of a sudden, I felt a tightness in Jeremy’s hole. I looked around and saw Wes also sticking his cock up Jeremy’s butt. Jeremy moaned and told us to fuck him hard. The two of us began to fuck Jeremy’s huge muscle ass like rabbits, feeling our cocks rub together deep inside.
We fucked for hours that night, taking turns on each other, in every position we could think of. At the end Jeremy and Wes stood above me and blew their loads over my chest. Then Jeremy got down and took my cock in his mouth while Wes licked my balls. My cousins went to work on me as I felt my cum rising, my body twitching with pleasure. Finally I blew a huge load in Jeremy’s mouth, watching him swallow all my cum.
The three of us laid on the bed naked and out of breathe. it was great to see my cousins again. They truly are my best friends.
i'm getting kinda uncomfortable because i just got into samurai jack and i'm really really enjoying it, and i'm also into rick and morty so i made a post asking why everyone's getting so mad and attacking people about what happened tonight (i didn't put it into any tags), and i immediately got angry messages and reblogs and it's really making me not want to watch samurai jack anymore. its a beautiful show and i love the cinematography and art in it, and i don't want it to be ruined for me : (
Dude why would you let some jerks on the internet ruin something for you? Ignore/block them, get off tumblr for a bit, and you’ll find that this sort of thing is trivial and you can’t let it get in the way of you enjoying something.
can we please talk about how tone deaf and offensive and painfully unfunny S02E03
of Kimmy Schmidt–aka the one about “Asian American activism” & with Titus dressed as a geisha in yellowface–is????
Like it first of all frame AA activism–and all activism–as unreasonable internet jerks who aren’t interested in a conversation, just in yelling at people
the placing of the “transracial” white guy in the AA group is gross just because a) there ARE transracial asians in real life, such Asian adoptees, and b) the conversation around Asians as just “honorary white people” is unfortunately real and pervasive, and this just perpetuates that
the Asian American audience has dubbed Titus “Hitler” because of course that’s what those easily offended and incendiary activists do
the Asian-American crowd is “won over” by Titus’s performance, and is confused???????
and then they decide that mocking AA activism isn’t enough, they make a punchline out of sensitivity towards Black Lives Matter; the Asian American girl then vaporizes and disappears in a beam of light after she “offends” herself after saying that she can’t breathe
not to mention the presence of non East Asian voices in Asian American groups only there to contribute to the characterization of AA groups (and activists in general) as ridiculously disorganized and unfocused, and prone to exaggerated whining about issues as “silly” as “past lives”
Trivializing AA activism and people is not okay. what the hell????
I honestly don’t see what is so bad about shipping yourself, your sona, your OC, your fan character, or whatever, with a canon character. Seriously. If people are having fun with it, then what’s the issue?
Like yeah, if they think the character is real or something and they think they’re actually married to them, then yes, it’s a cause for concern. And if they’re pairing themselves with a child when they’re an adult, then that is also worrying, but… other than that, what’s the problem?
‘CUZ ITS CRINGE!’ ….So? You could just easily ignore it and move along. Or calmly explain your opinion about it without insulting or mocking the artist.
Y’know, some artists like to ship themselves with fictional characters because they’re lonely or struggling, and to mock them for that… well, it kinda makes you look like a major jerk.
I know this is the internet, but that is no excuse to be a jerk.
You're. Awesome. Seriously it's amazing how you spent two years recreating this storyline and it's incredible how well you've done it! I'm so proud of you, and especially thankful that I have the chance to read it 😊 you manage to incorporate requests, your own ideas AND the original plot into it and you have some serious talent! AND YOU'RE SO NICE TOO! IS THERE ANYTHING YOU CANT DO!?
THANK YOU! Honestly, this means a lot to me. You’re so sweet and you’ve made my day! None of this blog really would have been possible without messages like this, and the great ideas that people have sent me over the past months. I love writing for this blog, it’s like my personal baby, so I tend to put a lot of effort into it. (I mean, we all do our own things to pass the time. Some draw, others gifs and whatever else. This is mine.) And the internet is filled with a bunch of jerks, I don’t want to be one of them! Again, if you don’t realize it, this means a lot to me! <3