I'M NOT SO GRUMP

rraaaarrl:

Waking Up [x]

strawberry-bush-bump:

“I’m into this.”

feedercomics:

I stumbled upon this gif looking for more proof of Fizz players being dicks.

feedercomics:

I stumbled upon this gif looking for more proof of Fizz players being dicks.

chespinda:

chalupahoopla:

gay-nations:

roderichedelstein101:

he reminds me of me

that’s a she

aaaand that is the basis of ouran high school host club

haruhi is my spirit animal

thefrogman:

[video] [h/t: thebeestisyettocome]
hexplosions:

This is a drawing of my alternate sona. He doesn’t currently have a name, but he is indeed a male. I’ve been thinking a lot about my identity and for years I’ve felt like something wasn’t exactly considered “normal” compared to other people, but I’ve kept it a secret with myself or brushed it aside as a phase. However, I’ve been talking to some of my friends and I’ve been feeling a lot better with myself when I came to terms with what I feel, and I’m coming out as Gender Neutral. My sex is physically a female. I have no problem with that, but sometimes I also see myself as a male! I can’t help it, no one can, but after coming terms with it, I’ve been a lot happier with my life knowing that I don’t have to be identified as simply a “he” or a “she” when I’ve always felt like both. I just hope everyone else accepts me for who I am and understands how I feel, you know? It’s hard to type all of this out but I feel so much better about myself now that I’ve come out and admitted this to not only everyone else, but most of all,b myself. Since Jess is a gender neutral name (can be a boy or a girl’s name) I’d prefer to just be called by that, or “they/them” instead of gender specific terms. I’ll be keeping my corgi fursona as a female-strict sona, so she’s not disappearing. I hope you all understand!

hexplosions:

This is a drawing of my alternate sona. He doesn’t currently have a name, but he is indeed a male. I’ve been thinking a lot about my identity and for years I’ve felt like something wasn’t exactly considered “normal” compared to other people, but I’ve kept it a secret with myself or brushed it aside as a phase. However, I’ve been talking to some of my friends and I’ve been feeling a lot better with myself when I came to terms with what I feel, and I’m coming out as Gender Neutral. My sex is physically a female. I have no problem with that, but sometimes I also see myself as a male! I can’t help it, no one can, but after coming terms with it, I’ve been a lot happier with my life knowing that I don’t have to be identified as simply a “he” or a “she” when I’ve always felt like both. I just hope everyone else accepts me for who I am and understands how I feel, you know? It’s hard to type all of this out but I feel so much better about myself now that I’ve come out and admitted this to not only everyone else, but most of all,b myself. Since Jess is a gender neutral name (can be a boy or a girl’s name) I’d prefer to just be called by that, or “they/them” instead of gender specific terms. I’ll be keeping my corgi fursona as a female-strict sona, so she’s not disappearing. I hope you all understand!