Guess would getting a high quality fanart coming to her next!
I’ve reblogged on my ask blog way too much so I’ll do it here instead. O-oh goooosh….!
Are you going to be at Bronycon and if so, what table are you at? I gotta get prints from all my friends and all the people whose art I enjoy c:
I’ll be hanging out with my buddies at 415! It should be right around the middle of the room.
Nice "lel don't care" facade. I know you're confused and angry because you can't legitimately cut my claim to pieces, so you're putting up a calm front. Don't believe me? In the words of one of my favorite characters, "Search your feelings, you will know it to be true."
Wait…what? Just because there are assholes on the internet doesn’t mean I have to act like one as well. You didn’t really claim anything other than I was wrong, which I simply replied with “no I’m not”. I was trying to have a discussion, sorry. Also for future reference, saying you “win” something over and over doesn’t mean you do. This was a conversation, not an argument. Nothing to win or lose here, hun.
I know you didn't mean it that way but I don't think defining friend zone as specifically this or that is fair. And I think it can't help but do that. In the end I just don't understand what you have to gain by saying it doesn't exist because you don't like one of the ways its used. If you said romantic or sexual entitlement instead, which you mean, more people would agree with you, you'd shit on less innocent bystanders, and you'd just plain be a lot more accurate.
Well there’s nothing really to gain from saying it does exist, from my point of view. Unrequited love pretty much sums it up regardless of the relationship with the person in question. I’m sure people use the term in less childish contexts and kudos to them but from my experiences in the past and present it’s just been a cushion for the emotions of people who couldn’t comprehend being rejected. I’d really like to stop flooding my dashboard with this stuff so I’ll just end it at that. Thank you for speaking professionally but I stand firm on what I said previously.
I suppose I should thank you. My inbox is flooded with hate anons, thanks to you. On the other hand, there actually is a zone, silly. Also, I couldn't care less if you responded. As long as you saw how you were wrong, I'm fine.
I’m not wrong, but I’m not going to say you are either because nothing that I say will deter you and vice versa. It’s the beauty of being human, we don’t have to agree with each other like mindless robots and I’m fine if you believe in something that I do not, you’re more than entitled to do so. I’m sorry you received unpleasant messages from people, but it is the internet and people can say whatever they want whenever they want, just as you have demonstrated with me. It’s just the internet, so try not to take it close to heart.
I think the thing that bothers SOME people, more than anything else, is that you say the friendship with someone was unappealing to someone if they can't be around that person anymore. That it was fake and that it's not just being around someone where you KNOW there would never be something romantic just hurts alot. Saying that the person hurting forgets the other's humanity without considering that what they're doing is being done not out of malice but pain. You're just insulting hurting people
I’m sorry if that’s what you took from what I said, because that’s not really what I meant. I understand being rejected hurts, but it’s unfair to take it out on the person that rejected you. Free will is an amazing thing and regardless of how well people blend as friends doesn’t necessarily mean a romantic relationship would work or would be desired by the friend in question. I’m not meaning to insult anyone, and that’s not what I made that post for. Rejecting a friend can hurt just as much or even more so than being rejected. I just want people to remember that.