some of you say that you want the boys to be with a 'normal' girl

How Got7 will react to their girlfriend rubbing her butt on their crotch in public

Mark: Mark would freeze up trying to keep his face normal. “What are you doing?” he’d mumble trying his best not to get a boner in public.

Originally posted by blondetuan

Jaebum: He would just laugh nervously trying to hide from the other boys the fact that you were giving him a boner while trying to push you off. 

Originally posted by got7europe

Jackson: “Babe are you sure you wanna start that game with me? I’d win.” he would whisper hotly in your ear as his hands go up and down your sides making you shiver.

Originally posted by wanqkong

Junior: He’d smile slightly and whisper to you “I know you want me but we’re leaving in five minutes, have some patience baby girl.”

Originally posted by parkmyjinyoung

Youngjae: He’d breath heatedly in your ear and whisper “If you’re going to start it you better finish it.”

Originally posted by derezzedgem

Bambam: “Oh baby I think it’s time we go home and have some fun.” he’d say.

Originally posted by markjin

Yugyeom: He would be so flustered not knowing how to react. He’d tell you softly “Baby stop please.”

Originally posted by choijaes

Internet Support Group (Dan Howell Fluff)

Summary ~ Dan normally skims over the emails trying to find new ones for his video, but yours intrigued him.

Word ~ 1278

Requested ~ Yes

Dan Pov
I sat at my computer ready to look for some emails to put in my next Internet Support Group. I got the normal ones about loving your best friend, being obsessed with fictional boys, proposals and the occasional dick pic. I was looking through them when I stumbled upon an email titled ‘Fuck Off Mate’ I curiously clicked on it and started reading.

Hey Dan, I have a problem.

I love the internet it is great, before you click off I am not asking you for procrastination advice.

I was sitting in class looking at some internet videos when one of the girls in my class came over to me and sighed. She then continued to tell me that I would never get a guy if I was always on the internet. I laughed it off trying to ignore her but she kept pushing the conversation say, 'Do you ever wonder why no one wants to ask you out? It’s because no one knows who you are because you are never at any parties, you are too busy on the internet’ I told her to 'hop off my shit and that just because I’m not a slut doesn’t mean I have no sex life’ She seemed shocked by my answer and left me alone.

Then the next day I was sitting on my phone in I.T class when the same girl shouted to get everyone’s attention. She then turned on the projector showing my vine account. On my vine account I make edit s of Youtubers and celebrities with the occasional funny video and a cover. Everyone started laughing as she scrolled through my videos. I wasn’t upset because I knew that if I was putting up those videos publicly, they might be seen by people I know. I was more annoyed that she was trying to embarrass me when I have never done anything to her. I stood up asking why she felt the need to try and embarrass me even though she doesn’t know me, she simply shrugged saying it was fun. I was face to face with her now and my blood was boiling. She continued to say I was a loser just like these internet people which resulted in me slapping her. And because I have such good luck the teacher walked in just as I slapped her. Need less to say I was sent to the principals office, and was told I was suspended. My parents are furious with me and are threatening to take away with internet. I don’t even care about being suspended, how do I convince my parents to let me keep my Wifi?

I looked at the email taking it in before I burst out laughing. I didn’t want to wait til I filmed my video to answer her question. I opened a new email and started to reply to her.

Hey, It’s Dan Howell.

I have received your email and I must say I have never read anything like it. I understand how annoying 'popular’ people are. I appreciate you standing up for me and my fellow Youtubers, and I do not blame you for slapping her she sounds horrible. My favourite part of your email is that you don’t care about being suspended you only care about internet. You remind me of myself oddly. I wouldn’t have hit her because I am so timid, but if I had balls I would have done the exact same thing. As for the internet problem there is only one thing to do, lie. You have to tell your parents that it was a mistake, you don’t know what came over you, you might have to do some charity work just to prove how horrible you feel. I hope you get your internet.

Keep me updated on your story, or even tell me some of your other adventures by titling them 'Fuck Off Mate’ So I know it is you.

Sincerely Dan.

I filmed my video and got on with the rest of my day. It was late at night when I felt the urge to check my email again. I logged in and searched for an email from her. There was one. I didn’t hesitate to click on it ready for some fan-girling words and maybe her asking for a follow but it was completely different.

Hey Dan,

Firstly thank you for answering my email. I did lie to my parents and as a punishment I have to spend the next week with my nan, but she has internet because she is a badass. I am glad that you understand why I slapped her, everyone else seemed so bitchy about it telling me.

'It was unnecessary’

'I could be in big trouble’

'How will I explain this when I get a job’

To those questions I answer. 1: You were not there you, don’t understand how slappable her face looked in that moment.

2:I am in big trouble. It is to late for future tense you are telling me this while I get my stuff from my locker so that I can leave the school.

3: I don’t know much about applying for a job but I don’t think they get your records and if they do then they understand that I am a badass mofo and they should hire me straight away.

I unfortunately do not have any other stories as I am normally a very boring person. I just keep my head down and stay away from the assholes. I wish I did have more to tell you, because then we would email for longer. Thank you again for answering my email and giving me advice.


I read her email enjoying her sarcastic humour and genuine writing style. I wanted to continue our email conversations so I started writing. I told her that I really enjoyed her humour, and that I think that she is the first person that is on the same sarcastic level as me. I told her that any job would be lucky to have such and intelligent girl with a good slap. We emailed back and fourth all night and suddenly it was 6am. I enjoyed her comments on different things that were going on in the world. Around her 5th email I followed her on twitter so that we could DM, so that I didn’t have to keep checking and searching for a response. I DMed her again telling that I had to go to bed but I wanted to talk to her tomorrow.
The next day I DMed her a 2pm I waited for a reply. At 3pm I realized that she may have a life so I distracted myself with other things. At 7pm I couldn’t distract myself any-more so I checked my twitter again. I was happy to see that she had replied to me 20 minutes ago.

Hey Dan sorry I didn’t reply earlier I was in town getting a board game and some books, how was your day?

My day was very uneventful, what did you get?

I went to Orcs Nest to get the Tokaido game, then I went to the book shop to get A Work In Progress by Connor Franta and Girl Online by Zoe Sugg.

That’s cool, I didn’t know that Orcs Nest had other shops in other places.

Well I went to the same one as you so I don’t know if it has other shops in other places.

Wait you are in London.


Do you maybe want to meet up?

Seriously? That sounds awesome.

And that was the first day of the rest of my life.


Snapchat ~ crazey_jadey

anonymous asked:

Um since you are kinda a role model to me and seem super mature n nice I want to ask you something: I'm 17 and a virgin, like a real virgin. Never dated anyone, never been in a relationship. Do you think this is normal at this age?

Sweetie, believe me when I say that there’s no need to worry! I am 18, I’ve never been in a relationship as well, I’ve never had sex, I’ve never dated anyone. I used to consider myself strange when I was like 14 or 15 because all my friends went on dates and made out and so on (I mean, I also kissed some boys and girls, but this is no great matter since I was tipsy every single time haha but yeah whatevs) but now I don’t give a damn.
Why should it be strange? The whole “oh my gawd you are [insert age] and didn’t [insert activity] yet???” thing is so fucked up like seriously who cares??? It’s okay to have your first boy/girlfriend at 14, it’s okay to have your first boy/girlfriend at 21, your first kiss, your first sex etc. Look at me, I’m a loser reading romantic fanfictions and sticking my tongue out at couples and I couldn’t care less. Be patient and don’t concentrate too much on relationships and dates and all those things. The best things happen when we don’t expect them to!

anonymous asked:

for the past little while I've been wondering if I'm really a girl? like I keep looking in the mirror and seeing my long hair and wanting it gone, feeling relieved that my body is naturally androgynous (skinny and uncurvy). I'd love to look fully androgynous but there are times when I doubt that and want to be feminine... but idk if that's social pressure or if it's what I really want. I've never wanted to be a boy, the idea repels me. am I normal? whats going on. like am I a girl or nb? help

I can’t say for sure what gender you are. Gender is an internal feeling. Presentation or appearance doesn’t always equal gender, but it can. Wanting to look androgynous doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re nonbinary, but for some people it can. Figuring out gender is complicated and sometimes takes a while to figure out.

Pronouns don’t always equal gender either, but it might be a good place to start. What pronouns do you prefer?

Perception is another factor. How do you feel when/if people perceive you as a girl? Do you like it? Do you not care? Does it make you uncomfortable?

Take some time for yourself. Beginning to question your gender is a difficult and amazing experience. There’s no need to rush it.

There was a girl in my class
When I was just the age of twelve
Who would draw marks on her wrist
Each time someone hurt her
And when I’d ask why
She’d say it’s to remember how many
For when she got home

“You’re stupid,” could be one
While “You’re fat,” could be five
But on some days, one could be more
And one could be less
I never understood why
Anyone would make those pen marks
And then those permanent ones at home

There was a girl in my class
When I was the age of thirteen
Who wore long sweaters
And smiled more than enough
That disappeared in the year
And no one knew where
But we all had that hunch

One attempt, two attempts
Three attempts, four
And no one wants the four
To become the more
Because then there’s a mess in our hands
And everyone’s to blame
And just walking on eggshells around them
When all they want is to be treated normal

There was a boy in my class
When I was fourteen
Whose smile could brighten blackouts
Whose eyes could shoot through your soul
Who never realized
That he was so special
He could stop wars
With just a laugh
And he had no idea

There was a boy in my class
When I was fifteen
Who could conquer the world
If he just had the money,
With financial problems
Deeper than the ocean,
Who didn’t ask anyone for anything
So he wouldn’t be a burden,
But instead sat around
And hurt while everyone complained
About not having the new phone
And he had none at all

There are all these people around me
While I am sixteen
I have not talked to these people
In quite some time
And I can’t help but to wonder
How they must be doing
How the scars are healing
And how the heart is too
How the self esteem has managed
And how his family has too
But I hope for the best
From me to you

—  I wonder if they could tell they’re the ones mentioned in this

It looks like the site for the Japanese isos crashed so I’ll have to wait on the Utena game.



First she has all the dudes aka literal garbage STAY AWAY FROM THEM ALL OH MY GOD especially akio

Then she has Juri, who will be too hung on a girl who delights in seeing her suffer to pay any attention to some other girl

Then there’s Utena will literally interrupt all their makeout sessions with “I WANNA REMIND YOU I’M A PERFECTLY NORMAL GIRL WHO WANTS A PERFECTLY NORMAL BOY” before going back to stuffing her tongue down her throat. Also will be condescending. Also will talk about Anthy constantly.


Ok. This is not normally something that I post

I don’t normally post things about social injustices, or really any opinions that have to do anything with the real world. This is an exception.

When did it become OK to harrass a woman on the street?

I’m not an expert, but I’m pretty sure if you yell something crude at a girl, she’s not going to throw herself at you.

In my humble opinion, as a guy, I would not want to even be NEAR anyone who thought that some profanity laced insult would draw me to them.

I don’t think that saying something that would make a sailor blush with shame would break the ice.

How is this acceptable?

Catcalling is for cretins.

I don’t know about you, but I would feel threatened, rather than complimented, if someone leered at me in the way that many find acceptable.

Do you agree? Do you disagree? Am I the only boy who thinks this?

Therapist: You can identify as whatever you want

Me: I’m asexual

Therapist: That’s not normal, you shouldn’t want to be that way.

Me: I’m agender

Therapist: That’s not normal either. We want to run some tests, make sure your hormones are okay. We think this is an extension of your problems or response to something that has happened to you and that has caused this problem.

Me: The fuck did you literally say 2 minutes ago to me.

Therapist: So, do you want to look more masculine or feminine?

Me: Neither, I don’t want to look inherently as either side.

Therapist: Why did you change your name?

Me: I felt it didn’t match me so I found something I liked more and was neutral.

Therapist: So you identify more as a girl.

Me: No. Do you actually listen to me?

Therapist: So you identify as a boy?

Me: No..