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"i think it's hilarious that this person thinks it's your job to educate them."
Ranks right up there with this quote: “You shouldn’t feel offended, especially since you read my posts; I’m pretty cool about anything.”
#barrelrideofbagend #*GIANT FACEHANDS* #i just don't even know anymore #that quote is up there with 'i have gay friends so i can't be homophobic'
I was hoping you’d post this.
You have this really bad habit of posting things that bother other people. I remember a few months ago I asked via fanmail if you were a guy or a girl and yes, I added a few “haha”s to defuse the tension of the question. You then posted it and accused me of thinking only a man can be with a woman. The fuck were you even talking about? I’m not sure why you took it so harshly and it is not my problem. Honestly, I still don’t know what your “gender” (I can’t remember how you told me I was supposed to ask. You failed in educating me it appears) is, and I still don’t care. I asked because we got along, shoot me for being curious about the person I was talking to.
Here is the “fight” if anyone wants to see. I’m honestly not embarrassed in the least. You are a very childish person.
I love my url, I miss it without the 2 but this is as good as it gets, so idgaf. Tag away, or not, delete the things, or not. I’m not changing this url :]
….anyway, I need to stop staling. My math test it tomorrow.
I posted something about my fiancee, and in that post incidentally called her “she.” Up until that point, I never presented on my blog as anything other than female. I used female pronouns. You send me fanmail saying, “Wait, you’re a guy?” If that isn’t assuming, then I don’t know what is. I didn’t say that you thought only a man could be with a woman. I said you thought that I had to be a man because I was — and am — engaged to a woman.
I didn’t tell you how to ask. You should be able to figure that out on your own.
"Look, you want to have the old conversation and that's fine. But can you please delete my tags in these "new" ones? It's a new url, I don't want to look at people talking negatively about me on my new url. Please stop tagging me."
……. Are you genuinely serious right now?
I wouldn’t tag you being an asshole if you weren’t being an asshole. You’re behaving immaturely on a public blog — and clearly you know you’re behaving immaturely, or you wouldn’t ask me to stop tagging you. If you don’t want people to see you being childish, then don’t be childish on someone’s blog. Especially when they have a perfectly legit reason to be displeased with you.
Oh yeah, I do remember that. She somehow dragged me in to it too. Jeez if she’s already switched urls what does it even matter anymore?
She dragged everyone who sided with me into it. I don’t remember if she went to your blog, but she went to several of my friends’ blogs and left nasty messages that she then threatened them about publishing (rather than answering privately). From the tone of the ask, she wants to be able to go back to her old URL without people knowing how she behaved.
… wtf is this supposed to mean?
I’m sure you remember what happened a few months ago (the whole “you MUST be a guy since you’re marrying a girl” debacle). She messaged me asking me to delete the fight from her old URL’s tag, which I refused to do with a civil explanation (http://soldiersoldierletmein.tumblr.com/post/41769309123/and-it-sucks-i-mean-we-got-along-well-friends). So this is the response to that.
"Cheers on being resentful... I'd hate to be like that, honestly. Idc what you say or do or think really. I wish you the capacity of being able to get over yourself, hugs."
My answer to you was very polite, straightforward, and honest.
"And it sucks... I mean, we got along well... friends?"
I actually thought long and hard about this answer, because I’m a big fan of recognizing that people can make mistakes and that they can correct their ways of thinking. Like, people have all this shit pounded into them, and they have to flush it out once they become more aware that there’s a lot going on outside the narrow little scope of their life. So people flush it out, and it takes time, and people make mistakes while they’re learning. It’s natural.
But this time… I don’t know. I get the feeling you’re trying to improve things between us just so I’ll delete posts from your old URL’s tag and so you can return to that blog without the ugly tagged scar.
I’m not going to post your other ask, as you requested, but I’ll answer it here as well: no, I will not delete our “fight” from your old tag. I’m going to leave it there so you can remember what you (hopefully) learned from what went down.
And no. I don’t want to be friends. I hope you’ve improved as a person to be someone better than who you used to be. I’m not trying to sound cruel, but you showed your ass big time, and then told me that I, as a queer person, shouldn’t be offended because you felt that I shouldn’t be offended by an assumption that was actually pretty offensive. Maybe I would consider it, but aside from showing your ass and flouncing immaturely, you then went to my friends’ blogs and yelled at them after they, like I, tried to show you why your assumption was wrong and insulting.
I don’t wish you anything ill, and I don’t hate you. I don’t dislike you at all, actually. I just don’t want to be friends.
E is only separated from G by a single letter: F
F for france.