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jojoeyes

people would call me clock based on my most popular old url, clockworksexual. i stopped using it because i didnt feel like a homestuck blog anymore and id gotten into jjba on a req from a friend. but i think even after The Last Update, i wont go back to my popular homestuck url.

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yeah I get what you’re saying

When The Big Update happens I’ll probably go back to kankrivantas briefly, and for the game too but tbh I just keep it for nostalgia reasons because I’m not so much about #homestuck anymore

Kinda neat how a nickname sticks tho

"Weekend"
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jojoeyes

ok wait also how do you pronounce your name like english "im in a daze" or japanese like two syllables dah-zay, because i keep reading it like dah zay and im like "thats probably wrong u fuckin weeb"

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It’s pronounced “Day-zzz”!

My first URL was “daystodawn” and it’s a nickname based on that.

My real name is Rebecca.


(I think of the Japanese word a lot too)

jojoeyes

dont read animorphs but definitely watch jojo. i will edit any free! thing u want to the best of my ability

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I’m really not that interested in jjba though… I seem to follow a lot of them.

cynicalaulete

Could it be considered queerbaiting if we don't know the actual orientation of the characters? They could very well be queer. (If I'm wrong or I missed something I'm sorry...)

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Mmmm…. It depends completely on author intent I think.

Tho tbh if a writer is refusing to state that a character is at all queer and continuously puts them in queer interpreted situations they’re probably intentionally queerbaiting, fucking clueless or half-assed.

IM NEVER READING ANIMORPHS

I googled that and it SEEMS like you’re trying to entice me with yaoiz and I’ll have you know I will not be swayed by these heinous homosexual agendas

faerill

Watch jojo

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Never

faerill

I made that queerbaiting post after discussing Free! With you iirc

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Hhhhh yeah I think I recall.

Man I love this show but I don’t much care for what goes into it.