There are certain periods of time every few years or so when I realize I don’t draw any fictional girls. None. For the abundant love I have for girls and women, I don’t draw them nearly as often as boys and men and nonbinary beings.

I have a duty, and it is to draw more women.

You can never have too many nonbinary beings.

Showing your friends and family your pencil drawing
Friends and family: I love this part!
Friends and family: [wipes finger across part]
Me: [pulls away their hand]
Me: don't do that
Me: Don't EVER do that again.
Me: Do you know what happens? The pencil smudges.
Me: Be careful.
Friends and family: Okay, sorry!

freshprinceoftsundere said: theyre saying osu probably

You’re exactly right.

The cheeks near the outer corners of my eyes are blushing.

They say “ass!” to mean “ready.”

And “ass ass!” to mean “thank you.”

I’m so… happy.

In season 2 of Oofuri, the batters yell “ass!” so much, when the subtitles say “nice batting” I see “nice butting.”

Mukkun once said basketball is a series of shortcomings, and I remember, during my own tournaments, thinking the same thing. He and I felt this way probably because we see how people could have done better, how people do well, and the general disparity between teams and players. A lot of the time, it just seemed like teams had certain levels, and a mismatched team was simply doomed throughout the entire game.

But, like a lot of what Mukkun says, that’s a limited, immature view.

Yosen’s secret to winged eyeliner that stays sharp during the toughest of games and eyebrows so on point they pierce the strongest defence.

Yosen’s secret to winged eyeliner that stays sharp during the toughest of games and eyebrows so on point they pierce the strongest defence.

I want to make an ask blog. To start it up, I’ll use the send-yourself-anons technique and tag them dovanon and the fandom and characters until I get more strangers/friends to ask.

A soft and slow (an un empirically proven hard and fast) rule I have as a guide to flirtation if it’s happening to me is that it’s probably not, don’t worry about it, we’re all just into Dove.

Actually, what I meant to say, is that people don’t go gung-ho intimate, saying they love you, holding your hand casually without showing other romantic signs is something people who don’t have the confidence to do that with someone they actually are romantically interested in. That would bring fear and hesitation. This is the non-empirically proven thing that is relevant to me, and I will accept disproving anything for this, because even as a psychology person I can’t say people are consistent about how they interact, and generalizing is just pppbptshpflsh.

Of course, the normal-friend-romance-intimacy I get with people could easily, and very ironically, hide true romantic feelings for me.