Hello again, it's the assumption-making-anon! I don't think you use the tag too much, it's a perfect tag. And yes. You are pretty. And adorable. And frankly I kinda wanna cuddle with you right now but considering that I'm still choosing to remain anonymous AND that I've spoken to you for barely five minutes I will refrain from doing so. And I'll try not to freak you out. So. Yes. OK. I'll just... Casually stalk your blog. Sincerely yours, a madame trying not to be creepy. (Beards are better) :)
You’re too kind anonymous madame! I’m always happy to talk with anyone willing to chat with me so I’m not creeped out. Please do continue enjoying my blog (beards are always better)
I am so sorry because I always assumed you were a girl because of your "Attractive Beardy fellow" tag (ps: that tag always brightens up me day) and now I feel like a little shit for making assumptions and just yeah your blog... I'm happy I follow you... And also... You're pretty. Just saying.. You are pretty. Good day to you, sir! :) *nervously shuffles away*
Oh don’t worry about that, I’ve done the same plenty of times. I’m always happy to hear people like the tag as I get worried I use it too much! I don’t think anyone’s ever called me pretty, other than it preceding an adjective… So thank you kind sir or madame. And a good day to you!
basically if a post claims to teach you something or make you safer but has zero sources it’s probably ripped from a decade old chain e-mail and spreading false info is dangerous and begets unecessary fear and anxiety
Whenever someone refers to the gay community as “queer folk” I imagine us all like woodland sprites, we are the queer folk community, we are born of flowers and fairy dust, we are destroying the sanctity of marriages and corrupting children