I am 30 years mould
On interacting with Shrigs
I don't really think about my own boundries much, but I'll politely tell you if you've stepped over any (unless you're a bit of a dickhead then I'll probs do an angry)
🙅 no using ablest language
🙅 no making non-lewd conversations lewd
💅 you can thirst slide into my DMs but if I don't reciprocate get over it and don't make it weird
💅 unsolicited advice on my behavior is a-ok
💅 CW things as I would if you're in my replies, in fairness to my followers
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I like how I was banging on about how the new Melt Yourself Down album is going to be incredible and I'm the last to the party to actually listen to it. Anyway, it's wall to wall if you've not had a listen already. Happy Saturday Evening!
If this is you, I need you to sincerely understand that it's like blacking up to say "I don't like racism" to your mates. U fuckin wot.
I see this mostly on Twitter and Facebook, but it crops up on here too. If you see anyone you know out and about doing this, take them to one side and have some words plzz
So many white lefties calling out one type of racism while using black vernacular English in their posts about it to put their message across. It proper does me in. If this is you, you can stop doing that now I've told you. It's *super* embarrassing and I'm not sure I can roll my eyes any further back into my skull. Jeez
i notice when non black ppl write about anti blackness its just rb'ed
and when blk femmes talk about it theres at least a person talking about 'yea but ____, too'
as if Blk ppl don't also experience that
anyways, it's even funnier when the same person who butts into Blk femme's mentions doesn't do that with Blk MEN or non blk poc on here
but what do i know
I deal with this guy a lot. His way of making capital letters on his phone until very recently was to put a full stop in first, then to delete the full stop once he's made his capital letter.
We get on well and I'm very patient but not being able to say "alright I'll get you booked in for a callout" is so stressy. I made the right choice closing until this is all over