not serious with kawaii

🌸Be kind🌸

Why are the people so full of hate ? Why can’t they be kind to each other,I don’t really understand it and I don’t want to understand it! It has nothing to do with myself but I always see it on the streets or in school… Everyone is different and like/hear/wear something different. Why is it so difficult to let the people live their lives how they want to ? I sometimes see that people look at me as I were very strange just because I wear other clothes then their wear :o (it is just an example, because I have often good experience with that 😊). Or some people get bullied because their are different. Another thing is if u go outside shopping or for anything else their are often people who treat you bad without having a reason for it! So pls be kind to each other and try to treat each other well ! The other persons have also feelings and they also want to live in peace! I only want to say that pls respect and accept each other also if they are different ! If u don’t like them just ignore it! I don’t want to say that everyone is like this 😊 I see and know many people that are very kind and that makes me very glad 💕! I’m so sorry for this serious topic but I just wanted to share what I think with you🌸 🌸I wish u a lovely day/night🌸

Originally posted by himeantoinette

Iced Wolf

I had this idea after watching the new Mystreet, so here. 

Set in PDH 

Words: 711

Rating: K + mild swearing. 

Summary: Kawaii-Chan and Ein have a little chat after the new Alpha is chosen.

He’d done it.

He’d actually done it.

Sure by dumb luck, but he’d finally become something other than an Omega! He was the Alpha now, but he wondered how…. Why did Gavin choose him? Not like he wasn’t happy, but he’d just planned to ride along Aphmau’s confusion over who to pick before putting himself into her view.

Aphmau….. Aphmau was so close to being his now as well, that adorable, beautiful girl… She was going to be his-

The sound of low heels on the concrete made him look up, all he saw was… Kawaii-Chan?

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