hey guys! this is kinda personal but um. yeah as some of you may know i am nonbinary but i am not out to anyone in my family or anyone i know in real life as of yet. previously i was forced to go by my birth name on this blog as some people followed me i knew irl. i have since blocked them so i can now comfortably go by my name; gray. it’s my name that many of you know me by from my other blogs like writingphanfiction or phandom-compliments but tl;dr please acknowledge me by my name (gray) now! and as a reminder: my pronouns are they/them

And then there were two... (Open rp)

This time you get to choose who you rp with))

Whitney walked through the trees, holding the torch at arms length, trying to see through the dark even if she only could see with her left eye. Noises and voices were heard and her head had a sharp throbbing pain but she pressed on, hoping to get some where safe and soon.

Bianca ((the poor mun who was tossed into the game as well)) was busy trying to warm herself up by the fire. She had her compound bow and refused to let it out of her lap for a second. She groaned loudly when she felt her stomach complain, knowing she couldn’t starve out here. “God dammit. Umm… Whitney always has food here.” She mumbled before snagging food out of the ice box.

The Michigan Accent & Michiganders' Slang Words

Ja-eet? -So what the heck does “ja-eet?” mean? It means “Did you eat?” People from other states might shorten that to just “Didja eat?” but that’s still not acceptable to a Michigander. Another one, very similar to this is “imunna” which means “I am going to.”

The letter “A” as in “car” is a kind of light ee-yeah sound. If you’re familiar with diacritical marks, it would be kind of like ēă, but much lighter and less noticeable.
Crayons are crēăns (similar sounding to “crans”).
Dad is dēăd (again, only a slight difference from “dad”.)

The long “e” sound, like the “i” in “mirror” is a bit longer and really nasally. Also, we don’t waste our time with the “or” in “mirror”, so it’s just “meer.” Make it really nasally, though.