I believe there are monsters born in the world to human parents…. The face and body may be perfect, but if a twisted gene or a malformed egg can produce physical monsters, may not the same process produce a malformed soul?

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im funnier online where I can’t stutter

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how do i say “i want to leave lipstick marks on the inside of your thighs” with just a look

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It appears Light-kun is having a “mental breakdown,” or as I would more accurately refer to it, a rather large childish temper tantrum.
It is quite embarrassing and he would have rather I not shared.
Taking that into account, I have suspended him from using the internet for the rest of tonight and at least the next two days.

It does appear he has a few things “queued,” and if you still send him messages I am sure he will be more than happy to answer them upon his return.


Anonymous asked:
You could try treating Takada better.

Ha ha nice one

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reblog if you are gay or an army of 10,000 skeletons

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Anonymous asked:
Ha ha, you screwed up with Takada again

I’m only saying what’s on my mind. If she didn’t always blow everything so out of proportion we wouldn’t even have an issue.

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Anonymous asked:
Endless teasing aside, you obviously have a very extremist view on justice. Please explain your condensed thoughts on what justice is, and how you came to those conclusions. I am a big fan.

I wouldn’t necessarily call it and extremist view. It’s just sort of the right one! 

Basically Justice is the upholding of everything that is good, and righteous, and fair. Justice is important because strict Justice is necessary in order for the world to be an okay and safe place to live in. It’s basically taking the idea of fairness and multiplying it. 

Everyone has a sense of a strong force of Justice, whether it be a god, or karma, or fate, etc. Justice is what makes us human, and the pursuit of it is what makes us good. 

For example, if someone commits an unforgivable crime, it’s completely unjust to let them go without punishment. That puts in danger the lives of everyone else, it let’s people know that crime won’t go punished, and it destroys any chances the victims of the crime get for closure. 

Thus, Justice would be that person being punished in the manner that fits the crime. 

True, some people say that one must always leave room for mercy, but I’m not actually a big fan of giving mercy where mercy is not deserved. It’s a weakness. 

The punishment for taking a righteous life should be a life, no question about it, and if that’s “extremist” then I’m sorry. I just think that maintaining this idea of justice is the only way we can have a truly ideal society, and and ideal society is a just society.

Thanks for the compliment! I’m a big fan of myself as well.