My view right now.

01/25 | 14:34 | 2 notes

watchkeyphone said: you’re alive! now i don’t know which of your new blogs to go follow…

None, one, or both! The account is under shyshrinking but I think I reblog/post more on brother—soft, if that helps. 

11/01 | 18:52 | 1 note


  1. I’m not dead
  2. it’s the start of NaNoWriMo, fuck yes
  3. I want to become a baker, officially
  4. I started a b&w blog on another account
  5. and an indie/lifestyle blog
  6. so if you want to get in touch pls contact me there
  7. I might have basically moved over there so again, pls contact me there
  8. tell me what you want for winter holidays
11/01 | 15:40 | 3 notes


i can’t stress enough how language is defined by its use

you’re not really misusing a word if you’re using it in its most popular definition because there’s no way i could tell anyone that something is “terrific” and have EVERYONE KNOW THAT I MEAN IT INSPIRES TERROR GOD YOU’RE ALL SOOOOO STUPID

clinging to archaic definitions and being a language purist in general is so dumb for real like 50% of our language now is butchered latin mixed with shakespearean chatspeak

Question to anyone who cares to respond: does this still apply to words like “crazy” and “insane” et al? They aren’t used to mean mentally ill anymore for the most part (at least according to my mom the last time we had this argument) but they have their roots there. 


There are no exceptions to mandatory consent. There is not an exception for familial relations. There is not an exception for platonic touch. There’s no exception for people who are intoxicated. You are not an exception for any reason. There is no reason for you to force touch on any other human being, ever, no matter what. Even if you think there’s no harm in it, there is no reason to take the risk of making someone else uncomfortable or scared.

Recession, that’s the dirty r-word, isn’t it?

No. It really isn’t.

09/29 | 17:26

One of the downsides of an online class is that you never really get to know your classmates

I think you pronounced “upsides” wrong

09/29 | 17:21 | 7 notes
What’s a 504?

It’s this thing - I don’t know where you live, I’m in the United States - kind of like an IEP (Individualized Education Plan) but with less paperwork and it’s less legally binding. This gives some information, though the site’s about/for parents of “special needs” children so IDK how useful the rest of it is. 

(Also hello your name is Jay and my name is also Jay, and we are only one letter apart on our MBTI??? you seem super awesome I don’t think I was following you before but I am now)

09/29 | 15:32 | 1 note