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End of the year Asks
  1. Song of the year?
  2. Album of the year?
  3. Favorite musical artist / group you started listening to this year?
  4. Movie of the year?
  5. TV show of the year?
  6. Episode of tv or webisode that defined the year for you?
  7. Favorite actor of the year?
  8. Game of the year?
  9. Best month for you this year?
  10. Something that made you cry this year?
  11. Something you want to do again next year?
  12. Talk about a new friend you made this year
  13. How was your birthday this year?
  14. Favorite book you read this year?
  15. What’s a bad habit you picked up this year?
  16. Post a picture from the beginning of the year
  17. Post a picture from the end of the year
  18. A memorable meal this year?
  19. What’re you excited about for next year?
  20. What’s something you learned this year?
  21. What’s something new about your place of residence (room, home, or general location) now vs the start of the year?
  22. Favorite place you visited this year?
  23. If you could send a message to yourself back on the first day of the year, what would it be?
  24. Did you keep any New Year’s Resolutions?
  25. Did you create any characters (in games, art, or writing) this year? Describe one

so this has been bouncing around my head for a while and I’m still not sure if this is the best way to phrase it, but…

making opportunities for everyone to explore their gender and orientation means nothing if it’s not safe for people to be wrong about their gender and orientation. otherwise, “exploring your identity” becomes limited to “confirming what you were already pretty sure of,” which isn’t going to do anything for anyone who isn’t already at that stage.

AAAH YOU GUYS. I LOVE YOU ALL even you, porn bots, because I love this count too much.

I wanted to make a special photo that somehow expressed my thanks, and what better way than to provide as many snake as possible all at once?

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On November 4, 1918, Wilfred Owen (b. March 18, 1893) was killed in action. Owen wrote some of the best poetry on World War I, with imagery that unflinchingly details the terrors of trenches and gas warfare. Imbued with confidence from mentor Siegfried Sassoon, much of his poetry also refuses to shy away from his feelings as a gay man. A mere five of his poems were published during his lifetime. When Owen died one week before the Armistice, he was only 25 years old.

A Corporation™©®: ah yes, we’ve discovered how to infiltrate the Ranks of The Youth™ and sell them Stuff©™®™©© we’ve cracked the #MillenialCode

Me: you’ve fucked up a perfectly good meme is what you did. look it at it. its got capitalism in it

Lena Luthor could tase me,

Lucy Westenra could bite me,

Originally posted by itsmaleficentbitch

Gloria Miller could shoot me,

Originally posted by alyciajazmin

Sarah Bennett could stab me,

Originally posted by technicolorrelays

Morgana Pendragon could set me on fire with her magic,

Originally posted by ethan-chandlr

and I would still say “thank you” and apologize for taking up some of her time.  

Hey everyone!

If you reblog this before May 26, 2017, I will create a special bunny character just for you, personalized to match your Tumblr blog! Additionally, for every person you tag (max is 10) I’ll write a sentence about their characteristics and personality.

If this side project becomes too much for whatever reason, and I can and will end it early. If ended early, I’ll still complete any bunnies who where rebloged before then, just not accepting any more. Thank you for your understanding.