It’s probably in the mix. There’s an irony that Gaiman is brought up as an influence on me quite a lot (which is far less true than people suspect) and Pratchett never is (Whose best metaphorical humanist satires really are.)
I’ve always wondered about your influences. Good to know a bit more about the dynamic.
ah yes nearly three in the morning the perfect time for my secret near crippling social anxiety to rear it’s head and help me convince myself that everyone just pretends to like me but really I just annoy them and they can’t wait to get rid of me
dude, if it helps: I actually like you :P
I really wanna hang out more one day.
I fell for her like Troy fell to the Greeks; quickly, and in the most embarrassing way imaginable.
I’m guessing you’re referring to the incident with the horse, but that came at the end of a war that lasted 10 years. Speed is relative, but if it takes you ten years to fall for someone, I would not call that ‘quickly’.
I fell for her like Troy fell to the Greeks: slowly, then all at once, and with the aid of a giant livestock model