word (ex. nubivagant), language (ex. Portuguese), topic (ex. love),
part of speech (ex. noun), origin (ex. origin: Latin), first letter (ex. A)
And mine was a genuine answer! Sure, I tried to be funny at first, but then I said “here is my actual advice” and then gave actual advice. If you didn’t focus on being embarrassed (and there is… very minimal embarrassment because you are on anon), I think you’d see that I was really trying to be helpful and as polite as I could.
The literal answer to your question is: tell them how you feel, and if they don’t feel the same way, you have to respect that. I hate the term friendzone, with all its nasty connotations of entitlement, but I didn’t hate on you for using it. Sorry to see you go.
Kidnap their house pets and key their car. Then they won’t want to be friends with you at all. Bam, out of the friendzone!
(This better not be a “nice guy” thing. Here’s my actual advice:
If you’re registered to vote in the US, PLEASE do so. It’s important! It’s our right, and really it’s our responsibility.
If you live in the states of CT, IA, ID, ME, MN, MT, NH, RI, WI, WY, or in Washington DC, you can register right at the polling places. DO IT. And, of course, don’t just vote what your friends/your parents/the advertisements/the internet tells you to vote! There’s still time to get informed—this decision is yours to make. go go go
I play Chaser! Lots of schools have Quidditch teams. Check out the official International Quidditch Association website; there’s a neat map somewhere that has all the teams from each region. If your college/high school/community doesn’t have a team, you should totally start one.
pronunciation | (meh-tah-NOY-ah)
Things are a tiny bit less crazy this week (and I’ve finished my frantic, fanatic A:TLA/LOK marathons) so Otherwordly is back on the list now. Woo! Sorry about the lack of updates recently. Also, askbox is open again.
(Love to all those whose summary of the past two weeks is “MY CITY GOT HIT BY A HURRICANE AUGH”. <3)
pronunciation | ‘O-nE-O-ka-‘lA-zha
pronunciation | ‘es-ti-vAt