For the love of everything, wash your hands 87 billion times after handling jalapenos because I went to the bathroom and MY VAGINA IS HOTTER THAN AN EASY BAKE OVEN
Anonymous asked: Could you talk about 28 and 31? Also, have a lovely day :)
Sure thing, anon bon.
28:Talk about your fetishes.
I just texted my boy because I can’t think of anything that would be considered *taboo*, ya know? Like rough sex is neato, A+. I like to be in charge a lot of the time. Biting. I dunno, none of that really seems like a fetish to me. Sex is sex is sex.
31:Talk about what you think death is like.
This is a weird topic for me. I’m agnostic, but I don’t really think there’s more to life after we die. It would be fucking awesome if there was another plane that we existed on after our bodies stopped working, but I’ve never seen evidence of it so I can’t say that it’s there.
That being said, five weeks ago my sister’s boyfriend of five years and the father of their child was murdered along with a friend and the car they were in was sat on fire to act as cover up. Every day I wish with every single atom of my being that Heaven exists and Ty is waiting to be reunited with the family he loved unconditionally and who love and mourn him with every breath they take.
transatlantiques asked: 8, 16, 32, 37 <3
Hey girl, hey.
8:Talk about the thing you are most proud of.
Ahhh, I hate bragging. I guess I’m most proud of my helpful attitude. I’m 100% the kind of person who would give the shirt off their back to a stranger in need.
16:Talk about the best party you’ve ever been to.
I woke up in a bed full of drag queens and don’t remember a thing, so I’m going to guess that it was a hell of a great night.
32:Talk about a place you remember from your childhood.
There’s this Girl Scout camp in the middle of eastern Kentucky called Judy Layne that I spent a large portion of my childhood at. There are a couple lakes/ponds on the property, and Cave Run Lake is nearby. If you walk the length of the camp to a portion of the property line, you come upon this bluff called Lookout Point where you can see a huge valley spill out beneath you. It’s a beautiful place to take in a sunset and reflect. During junior high, that place was basically like a second home to me. I could be blindfolded and spun around in the middle of the forest and still find my bearings in minutes.
37:Talk about someone you thought you were in love with.
He was a couple years older than me and had a four year old son. He managed a bar and worked security for a museum on the weekdays. Absolutely beautiful. I probably could have really loved him, but he wanted too much too quickly, and I wasn’t completely over an ex. I asked him to leave my life. Three months later, I saw a Christmas card on Postsecret from him to me. I hope he and his son are doing well.
Anonymous asked: talk about 2, 3, 13 and 15 :)
Hey there, anon. Sorry, busy day.
2:Talk about your first kiss.
It was on a chilly November evening at our community theatre. He was going out of his way doing stupid things to get my attention, and I finally grabbed a fistful of his shirt and kissed his dumb scruffy face in front of everyone.
3:Talk about the person you’ve had the most intense romantic feelings for.
He’s thirty and writes the most interesting and hilarious things. He’s handsome in a scruffy hipster cum hobo way. He has trouble articulating his feelings properly and I get frustrated with him, but we always find our way back to one another. Without a doubt he’s all I dream about.
13:Talk about the first time you had sex/how you imagine your first time.
I was sixteen and we fumbled a lot and laughed a lot, too.
15:Talk about the time you were most content in life.
I’m pretty content at most times. Maybe the big “everything is perfect” has yet to come for me. And that’s a pretty exciting thought.