I’d say this is a pretty accurate and wonderful spread of likes.
Don’t disappoint me, okay?
Chillin’ Reason sounds like a nail polish color.
It does, indeed. Humans to like to make ridiculous names for such simple colors, do they not? For example, ‘I have a Herring Problem’, ‘Just Spotted the Lizard’, ‘In Purple Possibilities’ and ‘I Eat Mainely Lobster’.
But that’s giving this anon simply too much creative credit. That would imply they were competent!
She don’t take no prisoners
She gonna give me the business
Got a dragon on my back
Hey it’s a dragon attack!
…My, that was rather fun. It’s a shame that only the Twins and the dumb family have Character songs.
I was tagged by captainsora and squirrelsjr.
Rule 1 - Post the rules.
Rule 2 - Answer the questions the tagger set for you in their post and then make 11 new ones.
Rule 3 - Tag 11 people and link them to your post.
Rule 4 - Let them know you have tagged them.
Rule 5 - Tell the person who tagged you that.
You turn off your inner critic. You do not listen to your inner police force. You ignore the little voices that tell you that it’s all stupid, and you keep going.
Your grade isn’t suffering because your writing is bad, it’s suffering because you aren’t finishing things and handing them in.
So, finish them and hand them in. Even if a story’s lousy, you’ll learn something from it that will be useful as a writer, even if it’s just “don’t do that again”.
You’re always going to be dissatisfied with what you write. That’s part of being human. In our heads, stories are perfect, flawless, glittering, magical. Then we start to put them down on paper, one unsatisfactory word at a time. And each time our inner critics tell us that it’s a rotten idea and we should abandon it.
If you’re going to write, ignore your inner critic, while you’re writing. Do whatever you can to finish. Know that anything can be fixed later.
Remember: you don’t have to be brilliant when you start out. You just have to write. Every story you finish puts you closer to being a writer, and makes you a better writer.
Blaming “Writer’s Block” is wonderful. It removes any responsibility from the person with the “block”. It gives you something to blame, and it sounds fancy.
But it’s probably more honest to think of it as a combination of laziness, perfectionism and Getting Stuck. If you’re being lazy, don’t be. If you’re being a perfectionist, don’t be. And if you’re stuck, figure out where the story went off the rails, or what you got wrong, or where you need to go deeper, or what you need to add to make it work, and then start writing again.
Why the hell do you have 22%? [I think it’s the likes.]
Erika, why are you so high on my list? Get back to being my footstool.
You should be higher on my list, Rhyme. Are you enjoying the tour?
Come by for tea sometime. [JoKi we miss you~]
Well, what do you know.
Have you found your brother yet?
The best show with popcorn.
THE COOLEST EVER.
Ah, you put up a wonderful fight. [Good luck on your work!]
Bern: It’s…a vile plant. A disgusting thing.
PlumTea: It’s…got pretty flowers, that’s for sure. Why do you hate it so much?
Bern: It is a drug to men, and makes even the most levelheaded people mad.
PlumTea: Oh, but I have some right here…
I’m going to bed.
I still have yet to hear a concrete explanation of all angles of the truth. If I don’t get it soon, there will be dire consequences.
Don’t be foolish, all right? I’d like to have this resolved as quickly as possible.
Hee hee, that it does. …Now, the core of the issue: which suits me more, Guro Loli or Classic Loli?
A fine question indeed!
Now, that is entirely up to whatever you feel suits you more. After all, a Witch chooses their own outfit upon declaration of the title. Why not try on a few?
mmmparadise replied to your post: mmmparadise replied to your post: Is there anyone…
Oh, all right. I’ve only heard of female Witches so far, you see.
Yes, thanks to modern day human speech, it’s no longer a gender-neutral word. But I suppose the point gets across quite well in the end, anyway.
Can boys even become witches, or do they turn into wizards?
Men can be Witches. Their title usually just changes to ‘Sorcerer’, but they are in the end, Witches.
[Taken from Lambdadelta’s Diary: Note: strictly speaking, even if it’s a male, you can still call him a witch. Therefore, you can’t conclude that the gender of this ‘person’ is female by means of the speech ‘I want to become a witch’.]
My current Detective would be an amusing one, although I’m fairly certain that would just be plain hilarious. He would either be great at his job or horrible at it.
Kisa would be a second. She’s polite enough to make a good impression, and clever enough to notice the answer to puzzles.
Perhaps Kairi as well. She would probably have a good power, or not focus on Gaming, sort of like MARIA.
And that Hibari human. He would make some interesting Games.
…Oh, Erika? Yeah I guess I should make her a Witch or something.
Thank you, Josh. It’s fun going on adventures and acting as Detective with you too. I hope we continue to be friends.