I'm a Seattle native who likes MLP, Doctor Who, Homestuck, and an assortment of other wonderful things.
That’s an interesting question.
I don’t really keep track of that kind of thing, but usually I will try to help people out whenever I see a place where my help would be beneficial, plausible, and welcome. Also, it probably depends on the kind of mood I’m in. I’m more likely to help people out when I’m feeling very good about myself.
Hey, if you’ve got tea to cozy then tea-cozy away!
As for what you’ve described regarding getting close to people, I think I understand what you mean. You can get very close to someone and begin to value them very highly. Sometimes you get paranoid that you’re starting to annoy them, and every time they don’t immediately respond to messages, that paranoia gets stronger. It’s happened to me before and I think it happens to most people at some point. You just need to realize that paranoia is simply that, paranoia. It’s not rational, and people are probably not judging you as much as you’re judging yourself in your head.
Anyways, thanks for the asks. So far you’re much more interesting than most Anons, so you’ve got that going for you.
You can be mature and respectful and still have a dirty sense of humour.
You can curse a lot and still be highly intelligent with a massive vocabulary.
You can be quiet and reserved and still be witty and even outgoing in certain circles.You can be intelligent and sharp-minded and still forget what month it is
I dunno dude, Anons can be pretty weird. If you want me to believe that you’re the weirdest, you’ll have to prove it. Being “scared” of people is a pretty common reason to be using Anon in the first place, so I’ll need more convincing than that.
Anyway, I’m pretty sure you can find this oatmeal in most grocery stores. It’s just Quaker.
So Equestranauts was mainly a general spoof about bronies and didn’t hit on a lot of super specific points, but that one scene, about how a child fan can’t get a saddle for her pony because she’s too out of her league at the whole con. Ouch.
It reminded me how at Bronycon this summer, one booth was selling Vinyl Scratch plushies, and had a sign saying, “half price for kids!” which put it in an affordable range. It’s nice when people put in the effort to be extra accessible for the young fans
This is exactly why we have so many perks for kids at Everfree.