Fair warning: I’m extremely flippant, and I can often come off as aggressive even when I’m not intending to be, so I’d advise not taking anything I say too seriously. Just assume I’m being facetious.
I have an art blog!
My favourite school subject was always SCIENCE!! because a) I have a massive science boner, and b) every science teacher I’ve ever had has been completely fruitloops in the best possible way.
My current favourite school subject is the university course I’m taking because I GET TO MAKE THINGS ALL DAY LONG AND I CAN SHOUT ENTHUSIASTICALLY ABOUT THE PROPERTIES OF [XYZ] AND PEOPLE WILL ONLY SOMETIMES LEAVE THE ROOM TO AVOID ME.
my childhood was like 97% boring aaaw man. uh. SEE I LITERALLY SPENT ALL MY TIME ALONE IN MY ROOM I DID NOTHING WORTH REMEMBERING ummmm one time I went to a zoo and they let you hold the animals and shit and I wanted to hold the snake and my mother was all like uh no so I was all like ok so can I hold the tarantula then?? and my mother was all like TELL YOU WHAT WHY DON’T YOU HOLD THE SNAKE and the moral is if your parents won’t let you do something because they’re scared of it ask to do something they’re even more scared of and the first thing won’t seem so bad.
WHY DOES EVERYONE WRITE FANFIC ABOUT THE MAIN CHARACTERS INSTEAD OF THE CHARACTERS I AM EMOTIONALLY INVESTED IN
I’m not sure whether the author wants me to dislike this character or not so I am responding by aggressively loving him even when he says things which I think are awful.
That said, ugh you misogynistic shithead stop making it so difficult to love you u dickface >:( >:( >:(
This is something I’ve been thinking about a lot recently as a result of getting back into the habit of beta’ing my friends’ work. And - okay, confession time here, I’m not much of a writer. On the one hand I’ve been repeatedly told that the criticism I give is good and useful; on the other hand, I’m the only critic my friends can consistently rely on for that sort of thing, so their approval of my approach is not necessarily completely trustworthy.
(Under a cut to save your dash! Be grateful for my thoughtfulness.)