<b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b>Me, a wlw who happens to ship tf outta both Clexa and Supercorp:</b> ....<p/><b>Some negative Clexa and Supercorp stans:</b> hajfkekzkqksj OTP sjaodskkaan Dead nskakdndks Not a true fan nakddkkazlsnak Get rekt<p/><b>Me, looking up at the goddesses of wlw ships:</b> *sweats nervously* Desperate times call for some desperate measures!<p/><b>Me, holding up a boombox:</b> STOP THE VIOLENCE!!!<p/></p><p/></p><p/></p><p/></p><p/></p>
A while back I saw a cecil cosplay as a mixed race/native american. I can’t find the link but it was pretty amazing. Another rendition of cecil (I like this one more). Previous design. Carlos stayed the same cause he’s perfect.
Even though I tend to bitch and whine a lot, I am very, very, VERY grateful for everyone of you who have stuck with me through all of this. So to celebrate, here’s a Let’s Play of me and my friend, Jeff of Megaman X8. One of my favorite games that I’ve played to death.
To be honest, I truly meant what I narrated that new year’s comic when I said, 2016 isn’t that bad. In fact, it really was a great year for me. My channel grew a lot (and it hasn’t slowed down) and I’ve made a few friends here and there, I managed to get a new PC to replace the laptop that I’ve been using which had a HUGE crack on the screen, got myself a Neumann TLM 103 mic, reconciled with a couple of friends and That’s a lot to me and more than I could ask for.
As for the people who have shown me their support especially in that “Wolf Father” video. I know I didn’t respond to anyone but that’s because it felt wrong that I was whining in that description box. Because of that, I realized something about myself. It’s that I don’t know how to react to positive reinforcement. Especially towards the people who are closest to me. I just don’t know what to say. However, like I keep saying, I REALLY appreciate every single one of those responses.
I’m rambling here again so I’ll end it with this. Thank you ever so much for staying with me. Some of you already know this but I’ve got a big project that I’ve been working on for the past few months. It’s a webcomic with amazing, colorful art with an amazing story that I’ve fallen in love with. It’s not Overwatch but I do hope you’ll give it a chance. Some of the actors you loved from Zoophobia and the Overwatch comics are gonna be in it and I sure do hope you like it when it comes. So stay tuned! It’s coming out by the end of March or beginning of April!
I’m generally okay with social interactions. I work in a place
where you need to at least seem confident and I have no problem talking
Because of my feminine voice though, I’ve avoided mic
chats for most of my gaming life (it keeps me from “passing” as
androgynous and also harassment, yo). It’s a silly little quirk I have, I
just don’t usually talk on mic chat, I make it a point to speak as
little as possible unless I’m with close friends.
however, loves talking to random people that show up on Mumble. It’s
awkward to say the least when I say something silly or personal and it
turns out his mic is on (he usually keeps it push-to-talk) and his
buddies and possibly some friends from school hear me calling him cute.
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