wow you are too attractive to exist

Various K-Pop Fandoms in a Nutshell

Armys: Any Armys here? xD OMG ARMY!!!1! Wow Armys are everywhere!!

EXO-Ls: 17 daeSANGS LARGEST OFFICIAL FANCLUB IN THE WORLD QUADRUPLE MILLION SELLER WHEN WILL YOUR FAVES EVER??

VIPs: *Someone praising their bias group*: “wow, kings!!” VIP: eXcUsE mE, i’Ll hAvE yOu kNoW-

Shawols: generally chill af because Shinee is well respected but not popular to the point where they attract hate. good memes, too

Cassiopeias: TVXQ are the gods of kpop without them no other groups would exist they created your oppas bow down bitches

Inspirits: my faves dance better than your faves, bye

Starlights: guys starlights are so nice :))) guys we’re the most respectful fandom ever :))) guys plz join us vixx is so unique and underrated :(((

Onces: Twice is the nation’s girl group!!

Sones: Twice is not the nation’s girl group

Blinks: Rose voice 😍 Jisoo visual 😍 Lisa dance 😍 Jennie rap 😍

Monbebes: 50% Hyungwon is so handsome!! 50% Hyungwon is a meme

Blackjacks: 😭😭😭

4Nias: 😭😭😭

Star1s: 😭😭😭

MeUs: SM please let f(x) out of the dungeon

ELFs: SM you ruined SuJu, also Heechul is such a savage 😎

NCTzens: they’re gonna be the biggest group in the world someday, just you wait and see!!

Carats: idk they generally seem supportive of their boys and don’t really start fights. good job, carats

iGot7s: Wow Jackson and Bambam are so extra!!!! 😂😂😂

MooMoos: vocal queens, end of story 💃

ReVeluvs: 5 VISUALS, 5 VOCALS, 5 DANCERS, 5 PERFECT GODDESSES

Buddys: Buddy here to support :)

InnerCircles: YG prefers iKon so much, it’s not fair

iKONICS: yG pReFeRs iKoN sO mUcH, iT’s nOt fAiR


SM stans: SM has the best singers, dancers, and visuals. Their groups are all unique and talented and hard working.

YG stans: But YG groups have swag. And our idols can actually rap.

JYP stans: hey, i’m here too…

BigHit stans: 😎



**Please don’t take any of this seriously, by the way. It’s meant to be funny, not offensive. I like all of these groups.

creamysooup  asked:

You like Wolf kink too?!!! Omg I love it you have any recommendations?

GUUUUURL YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW MUCH I LOVE WOLF KINK <333333

Attracted By Wolf 

Instincts  (FAVE FAVE FAVE OH MY GOOD LORD)

Shining Knight 

Wolf Dreams  (this has no smut yet BUT OMG ADORBS AND WOW)

Wolf 

In Sheep’s Clothing (sequel to Wolf) 

Primitive Desires (FOR THE LOVE OF GOD ALMIGHTY)

House of Wolves

Doesn’t Exist

Little Red Riding Hood (Beware the Wolf)  (I RECCED THIS FOR A REASON)

It’s Just A Claim On The Heart 

Red Riding Hood Society 

Red Riding Hood’s First Love (KILL ME NOW)

R e d (UNFFF) 

Of First Times and Knotting

Bend or Break

For Convenience’s Sake

THERE YOU GO BBY OMG I HOPE I HELPED ; u ; <3333

anonymous asked:

Hi, I've been identifying as demiromantic for quite a while now and I've realized I've liked friends (that I have a not-so-tight bond with) and I'm wondering if I can still identify as demiromantic?

Hi, anon!

Okay, let me ask you a simple question: Does “demiromantic” feel like a useful word for you to describe your experiences and attractions?  If the answer is yes, then you should feel free to use the word.

I’ve written about the difficulty in deciding the dividing line between alloromanticism and demiromanticism before, and I really do think that how you identify should depend more upon the utility and fit of the word rather than someone standing around with a ruler saying, “Oh, no, sorry, you are 1 cm too alloromantic to ride the demiromantic train.”  If you find yourself saying, “Demiromanticism means only experiencing romantic attraction to people you already have a close emotional bond with.  What that means for me is [one to two sentences on how it works for you],” then that seems like a good enough fit.  If you find yourself saying, “Demiromanticism means only experiencing romantic attraction to people you already have a close emotional bond with.  What that means for me is [seventeen pages of caveats including an appendix and five figures],” it seems like you’re spending so much time and energy trying to make the term fit that maybe you’d be better off with a different word.

Let me give you a weird analogy (‘cause I’m all about weird analogies):

It’s really hard to find clothes that fit perfectly (unless you are very lucky or have an army of personal tailors at your disposal).  Clothes shopping is often an exercise in finding articles of clothing that fit well enough.  Okay, it fits well, except the legs are slightly too long.  Okay, the length is good, but the shoulders a little bit tight.  I really like the style, but it doesn’t quite fit over my hips.  There’s no single metric to differentiate between “fits well enough” and “doesn’t fit”—it’s often a question of fit and style and whether you or your rad friend can alter it and whether the next size up/down fits better (or exists) and how much you want that particular article of clothing in your wardrobe.  

I think grey identities can sometimes be similar, especially since they are, by definition, somewhat ambiguous and nebulous.  Deciding on the dividing line between “fits well enough” and “doesn't fit” isn't just a question of pulling out your Handy Dandy Attraction Measuring Tape and saying, “Wow, gosh, it seems that my romantic attraction is 5 mm too short for demiromanticism, so I guess I better shop in the alloromantic section.”  I think it should be about whether demiromanticism is a good enough fit, whether it helps you to communicate, whether you have to spend more time trying to make it fit through caveats and squirming than the time you save by saying, “I’m demiromantic” rather than “I only get crushes under certain conditions” or “I rarely get crushes.”

Okay, anon, I hope that helps somewhat, or at least gives you some food for thought.  If you’d like more reading, I have a whole demiromantic tag as well as a linkspam on greyness.