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kurin last won the day on June 21

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About kurin

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    i keep screaming but god won't answer (ʘ‿ʘ )
  • Birthday 05/12/2000

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  1. everyone: don't you think you're a little too attached to dezel from tales of zestiria

    me, halfway done making his hat in animal crossing: no clue what you're talking about

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    2. PhoenixSoul


      I do agree, but ultimately, you do you; it's not my place to be a fanslut and say "fanslut's judgmental crap goes here as I don't have it in me to come up with something creatively funny and stupid"...

    3. Kayzee


      As a proud self-proclaimed slut, I gotta say: Why would a fanslut say something judgmental? In my mind a slut should be one of the least judgmental kind of person. Not that a slut can't have some kind of standard mind you, but in general I think a good slut is someone who is willing to accept just about anyone, because everyone is beautiful in their own way! <3

      Frankly I am a little disappointed by your use of the word 'slut' in this context. I think 'fanbitch' would have worked much better. I mean, I am a proud self-proclaimed bitch too sometimes, but 'judgmental crap' is so much more in line with the bitch ethos ya know?


    4. PhoenixSoul


      (English is such an odd language...)

      It's the context, not the word itself. Revadasshoren, or the adoring fan who makes you feel nasty by being a leech, has the basic contextual portion 'revadero', or 'admirer', with the contextual '-asshora' suffix, which is always a negative contextual suffix, and '-asshoren' emphasizes a strong negative attitude.

      Whenever I speak in English, I use, in part, my native tongue's context. I'm used to it.
      tl;dr 'Fanbitch', 'fanslut'; contextually, to me, one and the same.

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