Just got a nomination for Boyiest Girl. Hell yes!
edit: apparently the swear filter doesn't mind if I use the word hell.
I'm still waiting to get hit with that one. Le-****ing-git. So many people think I'm a girl that it kinda disturbs me.
When routine bites hard, and ambitions are low.
When resentment rides high, and when emotion won't grow.
We're both changing our ways, taking different roads.
Love. Love will tear us apart. Again.
...If it makes you feel better, a lot of people [online] think I'm a guy.
It's not much consolation, really, but I do suppose this is what I get for consistently choosing names that are either girly or refer to fandoms that one would probably assume consist mostly of ladies (I was Marluxia for a while, and I think it's not abnormal for folks to think "Kingdom Hearts fan? Gotta be a teenage girl :|"), and I guess "Arashi" is a way more effeminate name than I guessed -- I think most people thought Arashi Kishuu from X/1999, when I was referring to some ******* in a suit. "Tempus Fugit" was just generic, and this name? Appropriately, it's after a male crossdresser... who happens to be a huge asshat.
also pretty appropriate
So now that I've murdered my "Misc. Cred" in cold blood left its corpse on the side of the road for evil half-man half-vulture creatures to attack, how's everyone doing?
I think it's hilarious if anything.
Started watching Parks and Recreation on Netflix, so that should keep me a little occupied I suppose.
It sucks when 2 groups of people you like are at war with each other! If you associate with both, you seem two-faced. Such should not be the case!
i'm catholic but i believe in science
why are you targeting Catholics only? you do realise that Catholicism does not make up the entire Christian community
I have nothing against catholicism (or religion in general), but its just funny to poke fun at religion.
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have you actually met anyone like that or are you just throwing around stereotypes?
sounds like the latter, because i come from religious family and have been surrounded by religion all my life but we are nothing at all like fundamentalists you perceive us to be.
one person thought i was a 'boyiest girl' so could someone with a similar opinion explain why that might be?