why do i even bother tagging things really

anonymous asked:

the only thing I don't see that you really understand is that fiction affect reality. by supporting an abusive relationship you are romanticizing it further and keeping those who are victims of it from getting out of it because this mentality tells them that abusive relationships are cute and desirable. when jaws came out people started killing sharks off and there are sources that say it killed up to 90% of sharks so don't tell me it's not anything serious.

OK I SWEAR THIS’LL BE THE LAST cause I’m going to disable anon asks for a good while like most ppl recommended me to…I’m new at this whole thing ok?

yea sorry that kind of came off a bit one-sided cause fiction rly does affect reality in some ways;;; depends on how you take it and all but for me

Depiction doesn’t equal encouragement and enjoying it in a fictitious setting doesn’t equal encouragement. Writers/Artists can have many reasons for showing problematic material in any artistic medium, and honestly, very rarely does it translate to “ this thing should happen irl” A majority of my katsudeku art hasn’t even touched upon the whole abusive thing, it’s kacchan being a dumb tsundere and deku just ????? idek;;;;; I am just appreciating it as plot and character development devices

but you really can’t just assume someone is into something problematic in fiction means they support it irl??… das not a cool move either. Don’t worry though, I do respect what you don’t like or even hate for your own personal reasons. I do my best to tag the contents so if I completely missed the tagging somehow(cause i’m not perfect sry) then just leave a little message about that and I can get that fixed right away!(for you i guess just stay away from katsudeku tags;;;)

Thank you so much for informing me, it’s really helpful! I do try to avoid that term cause I remember there was a controversy over that, and I didn’t remember why haha;; it was a while back for me. cause i saw as just a harmless word. JUST a word.

words shouldn’t harm anyone or even label ppl. so that’s why i didn’t bother tagging it as “genderbend” cause I didn’t know how to tag it lol and I’m sure ppl saw the term differently too. I just saw it as a fun thing, not trying to limit anything;;;

this is what you have to type in to make teen wolf come up as a suggested tag on mobile

and recently #teen wolf switched spots with #hot teen as a popular tag. as a result, i keep accidentally tagging all my teen wolf posts as #hot teen by force of habit and muscle memory, and it’s the most annoying thing ever


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tiffanymonet53  asked:

Hi I've been looking into buy a puppy Samoyed and I heard they shed a lot. How much fur are we talking about?

Oh, like… an insane amount. Like at least double whatever you’re thinking! There’s just SO MUCH of it that it gets everywhere. Granted, we could be better about not letting Skookum on the furniture, but even if we did that, it just finds its way everywhere. We basically don’t leave the house without doing a full-body lint rolling (those sticky things that you peel sheets off of) 

A little more info under this post and under tagged/shedding

This picture is why I don’t even bother trying to wear black anymore. So to answer your question, YES they shed a WHOLE BUNCH and we vacuum more than we ever thought possible, but it’s still everywhere. BUT they’re beautiful and awesome dogs, so it just depends on how much you’re willing to deal with.

Also… I see in your profile that you’re 18 and maybe it’s the right thing for you, but I really hope you consider whether you want to be responsible for another living thing for the next 10 or so years, to the point that it will hinder your plans and travel, and spontaneous overnights, and work/social schedule. I’m not trying to be a bummer but I know I wouldn’t have been ready for the responsibility at 18 - and again, maybe it’s the right thing for you but if the dog is healthy you’ll have it until you’re, like, 30, and a lot could happen in between now and then and you might end up wishing you weren’t tied down by the practicalities of owning a dog.

anonymous asked:

I really appreciate how considerate you are with tagging things, because a lot of horror/paranormal bloggers don't do that, or make fun of it. Thanks for making your awesome content enjoyable for everyone!

its no problem, i wish more people did.. like it takes so little effort to make your content accessible to a larger range of people? i just dont get why so many ppl wont even bother when asked 

but yea i try to cover all the basics (common triggers/fears) without being asked, but also you guys can ask me to tag anything. even if its a ‘weird’ trigger or something u just dont want to see, dont hesitate to ask and ill tag it for you