what other tags are you folks using

Tbrow guy - the tutorial

seems like the original post was too vague so lemme describe it more

ive shared this page method before in a post, but i have customised it since to fit a more anime style (the original tutorial was meant for anatomically correct faces)

1 you basically imagine a bended page in whatever angle you want

2 mark the middle of the face (where the nose goes)

3 draw a middle line in a visible curve (so you find which way the nose is pointed)

4 mark a horizontal middle line and transfer the line in the middle, thats the nose base! (also add ears while ur at it cuz why not)

1 basically connect the mid line and the edge in a straight line (about 1/3 of the way down from the forehead line and the horizontal mid line) to make the Anger Brows

2 imagine spheres that touch the page from the inside (placed in the middle of the squares created, but touching the brow)

3 i call this eyebrow thing the T-brow because this is the only structure that blocks the eyeballs from view (cant see any eyeball above the eyebrows, also none from behind the middle line, helps keep eyes in boundaries)

4 at this stage i would finish the nose diamond, the top triangles are longer than the bottom and the nose is almost never wider than the distance between the eyeballs, dont tend to keep any other consistent proportions with it

5 the mouth goes in about the middle of the bottom section of the face and follows the chin curve

now for how to actually use the base, thats a different story folks!!! 

keep in mind this is just guidelines, you don’t have to follow these proportions religiously

its meant to help if you have difficulty with drawing symmetrical or proportional faces (like me) its not meant to teach you how to do these things!!

hopefully this is not too confusing!!! bye!!!!

Zerner-Farber Tarot card backs

Potter’s Stepping Forward Spread

I developed this spread to do a reading for one of my followers, and I liked it enough to write it up. I’ve done it several times since then for in person readings, and usually works well. You can pull clarifying cards for any position if you want to layer on some additional information.

Spread Positions

  1. Where you are now: Where you stand now as you start this new thing.
  2. Where you want to be: Your end goal, what you want to accomplish.
  3. The path from Here to There: How you move forward, the steps you take, what you may have to deal with. You can pull additional cards for this position; I usually end up pulling two.
  4. Something you need to see: Something to be aware of as you move forward, a conflict, challenge, or encouragement.
  5. Advice - Your first step: Pull this card from the top of the deck. The first thing you can do that would be helpful, get you going. You may already know what this is.
  6. Advice - Something you’re scared of: Pull this card from the bottom of the deck. The thing in the back of your head that you know will be helpful, but is kind of scary. Something to face and possibly accept.

Spread Notes

I set it up so that the cards move from the bottom left of the spread to the top right, which represents forward movement to me. The final advice card is based on the idea of shadow cards, or the card you pull from the bottom of a deck during a reading. It’s all about illuminating that Thing or Thought niggling in the back of your brain as you contemplate this new path. 

Let me know what you think or if you have any questions. I’d love to see how other folks read using this spread. If you do, be sure to tag #coffeeandtarot or #stepping forward spread!

I’m an LGBTQIA+ Christian

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This is the general post for our LGBT Christians Connect series. If you would like to like/reblog one of the posts for a more specific gender/orientation, feel free to do so! You can like/reblog multiple posts.

  • I’m a trans/nonbinary/gnc Christian (x)
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Drawn To Life

Diego Luna/ Reader

Originally posted by diegolunadaily

Words: 1,639

Summary: You never expected to get a reply at two in the morning, let alone have these marks change your life.

Prompt: “Whatever mark you get on your skin your soulmate gets it too so one day, you just kind of just get a sharpie and start writing on your skin. You definitely didn’t expect to get a reply, but you did. Now it’s five in the morning and you’re just about covered in ink and this will be a pain to wash off later.”

Tagging: @kwaiky, @myfriendmagislit

Requested by: @ly–canthrope

Author’s notes: Oh, shit, this request has been sitting in my drafts for so long. Thank you for your patience, Madison!! I haven’t written RPF in a loong time since I’m always afraid people will come at me with pitchforks and fire bc I wrote RPF. Oh well!


Another sleepless night, huh?

You stare at the ceiling for a few more seconds before you roll over to turn on the lamp.

The clock glows a disappointing 2:13 AM.

You haven’t been getting much sleep lately but found that doodling often calmed you enough to lull you to sleep. Digging into the bedside drawer for a Sharpie, you start to play around with a flower design. Marveling at your handy work on your forearm, you start to notice a mark appear next to one of the flowers.

No. Way.

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spacebabeofglitterplanet-deacti  asked:

Hey, Hi, and Hello!! I'm a bit new to the practice of Lokean and was wondering... How do I worship Loki in other ways besides prayer... With a house full of Christians pushing their religion on me?? I've been good at hiding things from them but I just wondered if there was any way you could help?? Anything I could put in a hidden alter that would please him?? Thank you for your time!! ❤️❤️❤️

We’re sorry you’re stuck in a less-than-optimal living situation. We have a post about stealth altars here. You might also consider a pocket altar or an eshrine. If you have no idea what to put on an altar in general, see this post, this list of symbols, and our altar tag.

As for other things you could do for Loki that aren’t inherently or obviously pagan:

  • Light candles, use wax melts, or burn incense if you’re allowed. A ton of people use them for completely secular reasons just because they like the scent.
  • Listen to music that reminds you of him. It doesn’t have to be folk metal that explicitly mentions the Norse gods or anything. If you check out these playlists, you’ll find a ton of secular pop music.
  • Donate money to or volunteer at a charity you think Loki would approve of. Or even just informally help a friend or neighbor.
  • Dedicate certain jewelry or pieces of clothing to Loki, to remind you of your devotion as you wear them. They don’t have to have overtly pagan symbols or anything. The act of you devoting them to and associating them with Loki is the part that makes it work.
  • Does a particular book, game, or movie remind you of Loki? Think of him while you enjoy it! Maybe you’ll notice even more ways it connects to him, or he’ll use it as an opportunity to speak to you.
  • If you practice any kind of art or craft, use it to make stealth devotional items. Knit a scarf in colors that remind you of Loki, or draw an animal associated with him.
  • If you’re comfortable eating food offerings, silently designate a small portion of the food on your plate to be “shared” with him, and eat that bit last.
  • Study. Research the myths. Research Nordic culture and languages. Research queer history. Research your ancestors. Or anything else you think Loki may be pushing you towards. Knowledge is power.
  • Live by Loki’s values. Challenge assumptions. Look for beauty in unlikely places and unlikely people. Stand up for the oppressed.

Always remember that your safety comes first. Besides the fact that religion is supposed to be a positive force in your life, you’re of no use to the gods dead, stuck in a conversion therapy camp, etc. As someone raised in an abusive situation, I understand that telling people to obey their abusive family completely with no small acts of rebellion whatsoever is unrealistic and detrimental to a survivor’s sense of self. But seriously, don’t do anything stupid, and bide your time until you can get out. You’ll have the whole rest of your life to express yourself openly.

- Mod E

I’m an ace and/or aro Christian

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Later, we’ll be creating a masterpost with the urls and any given info of everyone who liked or reblogged this post so that all you LGBTA+ Christians who’d like to connect can find each other! 

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Hey anti anti blogs what’s your notps?

I’m just curious cause everyone has them so wanted to know what yours where? I’ll list mines first lol

also nobody take offense or get mad at each other okay. All different opinions and suppose to be fun that’s all👍🏾

  • Stony( never could get into it and CW kinda made me dislike it more)
  • Stucky( use to ship but again CW kinda killed that for me and fandom)
  • Joker x harley( couldn’t get into it)
  • Harley x ivy ( just want my thing)
  • Kylux ( mainly cause I’m just not hux fan)

Feel free to add on imma tag some folks too @reysistantis @shippy-mcdiscourse @ladygotchabetch @thesovereignempress

Something I really want all of my followers to understand

I absolutely adore you guys. 

Truly, I do. 

I’ve had several conversations recently that make me feel as if I need to let you guys know how absolutely vital you are to this fandom, and how valuable you are to me. 

For the record, guys, any of you are always welcome to jump in on any discussion I’m having, at any time. I’m here to make friends, and beyond that, I want to hear other perspectives. It’s one of the things I love most about this community. I love hearing from you - your opinions make me think, they challenge me, they inspire me, they are pretty much what I am here for. 

Also, I am beyond honored when any of you are inspired by my ramblings. Please, feel free to use any elements from any of my headcanons or metas or fics. I do ask that you tag me, if you feel comfortable doing so, only so I can read your wonderful work. <3 

Don’t be intimidated by me. I’ve gotten this from a couple of folks recently, it kind of wigs me out blows my mind. In fact, don’t be intimidated by anyone. I’m seriously just a dorky girl on a computer, and we’re all just people. In the words of Jim Kirk, “We are the same.”

So, please, folks, don’t be afraid to share your thoughts, to counter, to approach from a new angle, to add on to something I’ve posted, to adopt a headcanon, to shoot me an ask or a request, or to just drop in and say, “Hi!” 

I love it when you do.

Take Me To Church
Hozier
Take Me To Church

The Areté of Aphrodite

Personal Praxis of Areté and Kharis with the Theoi

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Areté is a complex topic, heavy with implications of knowledge and the importance of humanity, but I aim to simplify the subject and allow us to experiment with areté and kharis. Areté, at its most simple, is excellency of virtue, with connotations of understanding and morality. Truly though, it is about enacting or embodying excellency of any sort; in the same way heroes are not necessarily good, areté does not necessarily imply goodness or beneficent acts or virtues. Areté is about reaching our highest human potential, which many philosophers retain in the realm of knowledge and contemplation, but I would like to take a nod towards other sorts of virtues. As a devotional practice, why not consider and personally try to maintain an excellence of those traits and virtues which we most admire from the theoi? Borrowing heavily from my inspirations, I’ve come up with a brief series of “virtues” with which to align ourselves with the areté, or most excellent traits and nature, of Aphrodite, and in doing so draw closer to her and further kharis with her.

There are a lot of considerations to make when beginning such a devotional project. There’s the virtues themselves, the deity in question, the timing, and of course, the manner in which you will actively work on encompassing said virtues. All of these factors deserve serious consideration, and perhaps a bit of divination to see if the things decided are in line with the will and desires of the theos in question. Shortly after coming up with this idea, I purchased a second hand book on the tales of courtesans. If there was anyone who set me towards thoughts of Golden Aphrodite, it was the infamous women of Paris and Venice, whose beauty, cunning, and sex made the world their oyster (trite, I know, but appropriate). While I’m playing with punnery, I also wanted to begin with Aphrodite because one her her epithets is “Praxis” meaning action, of course, but here specifically meaning sexual actions. It was to good a word play to pass up! I had a good long think about the traits successful courtesans had which were also traits which could align me to The Queen Melissa. I came up with a short list originally, but nearly doubled it over time. I also wanted to use a number associated with Aphrodite, and decided upon twelve virtues, which is twice six; six like the sacred geometry of honeycomb. For timing, I’m going to let that be your decision, but I would recommend either a week per virtue, for three months of devotional focus, or else a month per virtue, for a year of Venusian areté. 

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Onto the virtues of Venus

Rather than create a laundry list of definitions and potential devotional activities, I’m going to instead list the virtues themselves, and a few ways to approach them. Defining and redefining your understanding of those virtues, and developing the practices, habits, and activities that will allow you to encompass them should be an integral part of the devotional activity. If folks like what I’ve created and wish to take up the task for themselves (and I hope you do), and wish to share, then please feel free to tag your thoughts, acts, questions, and reflections on the topic with “arete praxis”. If instead you come up with your own virtues and stations for other theoi, please feel free to use that tag as well! As for Aphrodite:

The First Virtue: Beauty

- understand and embody beauty, both naturally endowed and created

-understand and create beauty for beauty’s sake, your own and in the world

-find and understand beauty in others and in the world, and find ways to elevate it or share it

The Second Virtue: Timing

-understand, embody, and live a good sense of timing

-rediscover timing in rhythm, the body, and the social world

-understand timing and epiphany in mythos and why it mattered

-understand “gut instinct” and timing as it pertains to your relationships, and actively work on yours

The Third Virtue: Brazenness

-understand and embody boldness, in all of its potential iterations, cheek, aggression, conviction, etc

-understand when and why a lack of modesty is a good thing

-understand the difference between being forward and confident vs. outrageous and impertinent

-embody fierceness in all you do, but especially in the way you love and that which you defend 

The Fourth Virtue: Grace

-understand and embody grace, and the ever changing and mutable nature of graciousness

-embody the wildness and patience of grace, and understand how grace and timing relate

-rediscover the grace in others, and how grace and beauty so often coexist

-unlearn grace as physical poise, and rediscover spiritual grace without any gender-specific or Abrahamic trappings

The Fifth Virtue: Charm

-understand charm, much easier said than done, what does the ability to please really entail, or to enchant?

-embody charm, understand the social cues which will cause others to find you magical, to be drunk on you

-understand how timing, grace, and brazenness may all be a part of your charm

-rediscover, contemplate, and emulate the charms of Aphrodite in her mythos

The Sixth Virtue: Brilliance

-understand how intelligence, reflection, and luminosity are related

-understand the many forms of brilliance of Aphrodite

-rediscover your own personal radiance

-embody and reflect the brilliance of Aphrodite in as full a way as possible

The Seventh Virtue: Flirtation

-understand how timing is an inherent factor in flirtation

-understand how charm, brazenness and flirtation relate

-rediscover the fun of flirtation, rediscover its power

-embody flirtation, be coquettish in all you do

The Eighth Virtue:  Gaiety

-understand the importance of having and creating a good time

-rediscover a sense of joie de vivre

-learn to create joy, and understand how previous virtues can effect joy

The Ninth Virtue: Sensuality

-understand sensuality, both natural and created

-infuse sensuality into your daily life, and your relationships

-rediscover the power of suggestion and the senses

-understand the intimate relationship between beauty and the senses

The Tenth Virtue: Seduction

-rediscover the power of sexuality

-bring sexuality into your daily life and practice seduction

-contemplate seduction as arousal and penetration of the soul

-use the power of sex for constructive means

The Eleventh Virtue: Rapture

-understand the concepts behind rapture, being caught in the moment, the small death, and resurrection

-contemplate the concept of being seized and swept away in her mythos

-contemplate sensuality seduction, and worship and their relationship to rapture

-become enraptured, and bring others to rapture

The Twelfth Virtue: Discernment

- understand how discernment is an essential part of love and life

-contemplate the power plays of her mythos, and

-contemplate how brilliance, timing, and justness can be integral to discernment

-practice discernment as an essential and meaningful part of your life

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As for me, I will be personally beginning my Vensuian virtues in August, and will be doing each virtue weekly. I will be brilliant, and charming, and gay. I will take a lover, and bring them rapture, and bring them to the shrine of Aphrodite Praxis, and they will take me to church. 

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Return of the Dialogue Challenge

IT’S BACK, Y’ALL! I loved the responses to the first dialogue challenge so much that I’m doing a second round. In case you don’t already know the drill: the only rule of the dialogue challenge is that your entire story must be composed of spoken dialogue. It can be as long or short as you like (though I recommend it be at least 100 words minimum to keep things interesting). There are no other hard and fast rules. You’ve got the creative reins.  

If anyone’s interested in reading the responses to previous writing challenges, you can find them on my blog, under the tag “writing challenge.”

Since it’s been so long since the last challenge, I don’t want to use the same tag list and accidentally pester people who may no longer be interested. If you’d like me to tag you in future writing challenges, leave me a quick reply letting me know! :) 

HAVE FUN, FOLKS! I’m jazzed to read what y’all come up with.     

trickstercheshi  asked:

I LOVE YOUR ART. Do you have any tips for making a witchsona? Yours is so cute!

Thank you! A witchsona is mostly like any other ‘persona’; you’re taking your personality and the things you like, and distilling it down within a theme, world, or guideline.
I suggest going through the witchsona tag for ideas and inspiration if you can’t think of anything right away. Witchsonas have a lot of variation because what qualifies as a ‘witch’ is different for each person. Some folks have been doing really mahou shoujo type witches (big fancy outfits and themed magical powers; like magical girls in a lot of anime) and others take a sorta harry potter route (less costume-y outfits, spells and magic have rules, more use of ‘traditional’ fantasy witch stuff). There are a few people who have also gone for a more realistic witch, focusing on witch-y aesthetics and real practices (tarot card reading, using herbs and stones, etc). You should choose whichever you like best, or that you think represents what kind of powers and abilities you’d want.

After deciding what kind of universe you’re adhering to, you gotta figure how you’ll look like, what kind of environment you’re in, your familiars, powers, etc. I’ve seen a lot of people that pick one or two themes and base their design around that (like this hella mushroom witch, or this trash witch). Some people reference their disabilities or interests (like this one with blood circulation problems, this one likes knitting, and this stock witch probably loves to cook). Some people draw themselves in clothing they already own (from jeans and a t-shirt, to lolita fashion), and others draw themselves in clothing they’d want to own. Familiars are usually people’s pets, their favourite animal, or a creature they feel matches their theme.

My witchsona is around the ‘harry potter esque’ mark. It follows a kind of mori girl aesthetic, both in the outfit I’m wearing and the heavy influence of nature themes. I imagine there’s more fantasy type creatures and plant/herb/blood/fairytale-ish magic than anything as flashy as the stuff that goes on in madoka or sailor moon. My familiars are my two pets hens.

Hope that helps!  

Healing & Medications

Many folk who take prescription medications find it useful to have a routine around taking their meds.  Taking medications at a consistent time both help you remember to take them, and improve the efficiency of the medication itself (boy was this drilled into me during IOP!)

Pagans often find their spirituality compliments and impacts their health routines (a popular example is herbal medicines).  Because most pagans find science compliments their beliefs, I’ve been thinking about how the routine of taking medications can become a spiritual act.

  • Saying a blessing/affirmation before taking medications
  • Setting medications out before hand (like at night, if taken in morning) and asking a healing deity to bless them
  • If meds must be taken after eating, including a certain food/drink in your meal for healing purposes (something that goes well with, and doesn’t counteract, your specific medication(s))
  • If taking pills with water, using a specific cup/glass you’ve blessed or charged
  • If appropriate for the medication in question, setting out the meds to be charged by the moon or sun or such (like on windowsill)
  • Storing your meds near a crystal or other healing stone.
  • Ritualistically cleaning your hands before administering your medication
  • Putting sigils on medication bottles or bags

Those are just a few ideas.  I bet many folk already do such things. I would be super interested in hearing about what you do!  (please tag me maybe?)  This is just something on my mind this morning.

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at the moment I’m typing this (December 31st, 2016) a lot of joke posts about what year we’ll be starting tomorrow are going around. for folks with psychosis and dissociation, seeing a post that says “welcome to 2012!” can cause a lot of confusion, and potentially even lead to panic. If you are going to make/reblog posts that say any year other than 2017 (that is the year we are actually going into) please use some tag that indicates that it is in fact a joke. #misinformation should suffice.

I hope all my fellow people who have trouble with time and memory have a clear, non confusing end to 2016 and year of 2017!

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Later, we’ll be creating a masterpost with the urls and any given info of everyone who liked or reblogged this post so that all you LGBTA+ Christians who’d like to connect can find each other!

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hey, admin red here with yet another announcement for our current members: we thought it would be a fantastic idea to open up the discord chat early so we could get to know each other as well as our muses. if you’re interested please send us an IM through your character account or like this post !!  i also had another cool idea !! while we paitently wait for two more accounts to be sent in, why not do some personal introductions ?? this, of course is not mandatory but it’s encouraged !! once you’re all done feel free to tag it #2049.talk folks who haven’t joined but are planning too are welcomed to fill it out as well !!

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drm-kllr  asked:

tips on presenting more androgynous?

There are a lot of ways you can go with this.  Each individual’s idea of androgynous presentation is different.  My androgyny is a flat chest and beard combined with pretty pink clothes, rhinestones, and floral patterns. Or sometimes it’s lady’s capris with a dress shirt and tie.  It’s basically whatever I’m comfortable with.  I go for mixing up elements that are traditionally considered masculine and feminine, in the hopes that the “mixed signals” about my gender identity will overload the onlooker’s systems and make them think really hard about what gender they’re going to pick for me (because chances are they’re going to pick one, unfortunately.  And they very rarely pick gender neutral).

The idea of what androgyny looks like in the media is based on white, thin, able-bodied individuals.  So when we start figuring out what androgynous is for us, we need to begin with challenging the assumptions we have about it.  Does our idea of androgyny mean a lack of curves?  Does it require the funds to get all your clothes tailored to fit perfectly? Does it require just enough makeup to cover up what we’re told are flaws, but not so much makeup that we’re coded as feminine? Why do we have to erase feminity to be androgynous, but it’s OK to have flat chests and narrow hips traditionally associated with men?

Any individual who gives tips on being androgynous are giving you their own idea of what androgyny is.  That may not fit what you need.  If you’re dysphoric about something that other androgynous people like to do/wear, for example, then following their tips would be really bad for you.

We were just talking about tips on androgyny for DMAB folks who want to focus less on masculinity, if that’s useful to you: http://nbselfielove.tumblr.com/tagged/resources

If you want to go the route of the current popular (and I would argue problematic) idea of androgyny, just googling “how to look androgynous” brings up a lot.

If you’re interested in examining assumptions about androgyny further, I have just recently come across atypicalandrogyny (which is not active but has lots of selfies that challenge traditional ideas of androgyny).

I also just discovered practicalandrogyny which at first glance looks interesting.  The main site has a resources page.

I know, I didn’t provide anything specific, and that can be frustrating.  If there’s specific stuff you’re looking for tips on (like the anon who was concerned about hips), then I, or our followers, might have something that’s more practical!

shuffle game, you go to your nearest playlist, put it on shuffle and answer to the questions below with each song that comes up.




i was tagged by both @lamestjake and @horsepussy69 to do this, so here i go. (i’m using one of my bluegrass/folk playlists)


This song describes your personality: failure by Laura Marling. niiiice.

This song describes what you want/wish from your life: couer d'Alene by the head and the heart

This song describes how other people perceive you: a change is gonna come by Ben Sollee

This song describes the love of your life: no hammer to hold by the milk carton kids HAHAHAHA

This song describes your life at the moment: victory by trampled by turtles (i wish)

The song to make love to: the water by johnny flynn

The song to dance your heart out to: ho hey by the lumineers

The song that will make you cry: slippery when wet by the acorn. p close I’d say

The song about your future: heartbeats by josé gonzález

The last song you will ever hear in your life: letting go by ben sollee. oh my.

This song describes you in your next life: anyhow by Tyler Lyle

The song that makes you feel better: easy to love by steep canyon rangers

You end up listening to just one song for the rest of your life: from finner by of monsters and men


and im not tagging anybody specific cos 1) my tooth hurts awfully im walking on walls, too tired to think 2)im also lazy. but u can do it if u wanna!!!

stimming app!

i was going to send this as an ask but it ended up being rlly long but!! i found this blog through some other blogs with slime and other stim stuff and i saw someone recommend that fireworks app, and i realized that sooo many people on here could benefit from the following app:

Fluid Monkey

short explanation: liquid in a bowl simulator

long explanation: it’s so customizable??? i have it on my ipad and i think it’s available for android as well

it has eight preset things that vary how thick the liquid appears and what they appear to be in (Bowl Of Paint, Gelatin, Ink In Water, etc)

you get sliders for opacity, force, amount of sparkles in the liquid, friction, pressure, speed, and diffusion, as well as the option to slide a ball around in it and it’ll swish the liquid around. i typically find a preset that’s close to what i’m in the mood for and then mess with the sliders until it’s perfect.

you can make the liquid any color you want and, as part of it having really good realistic physics, you can set it to have the liquid sink to the bottom if you hold your device upright

it’s super soothing and has come in handy a lot when i dont have something stimmy with me, and could be a really good stealthy stim if you aren’t comfortable using a stim toy publicly and just want to look like you’re playing on your phone

anyway!! it’s called Fluid Monkey and it’s really good and i want other ppl to know about it!!! :Dc


!!!! Thank you for sharing this, what a cool sounding app! I’m going to check it out right now :D