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IdentityUnknown

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About IdentityUnknown

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  1. im dissapointed inn youu

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    2. Balthazar Manfredie

      Balthazar Manfredie

      not in that way

      you came by and didnt say hi

  2. IdentityUnknown

    Quote Factory

    “Grief is like the ocean: it’s deep and dark and bigger than all of us. And pain is like a thief in the night. Quiet. Persistent. Unfair. Diminished by time and faith and love.”
  3. IdentityUnknown

    What's on Your Mind?

    OMM: I kinda find the roleplaying situation thread hilarious
  4. Hi Jeans, I've become a lurker like you! :D Happy birthday!

    1. IdentityUnknown

      IdentityUnknown

      It was our destiny. Thanks!

  5. Happy birthday

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    2. Balthazar Manfredie

      Balthazar Manfredie

      well, show me a bit then

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    4. Balthazar Manfredie

      Balthazar Manfredie

      thats what im talking about

      miss ya homie, drop by sometimes

      even for a minute

  6. IdentityUnknown

    Quote Factory

    “The gods envy us. They envy us because we’re mortal, because any moment may be our last. Everything is more beautiful because we’re doomed. You will never be lovelier than you are now. We will never be here again.”
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    Dear Anonymous...

    Dear Anonymous, I got it. Don't die on me. Please. Please. I need you.
  8. IdentityUnknown

    Dear Anonymous...

    Dear Anonymous, I... God I used to be better at this. ~ L
  9. jean jean jean. I dont know what to do with you. When one drops by, he has to say hello...so disrespectfull

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    2. Balthazar Manfredie

      Balthazar Manfredie

      we really cant say that you are a her either

    3. IdentityUnknown

      IdentityUnknown

      No, grammatically you'd say 'she' instead of 'he.'

    4. Balthazar Manfredie

      Balthazar Manfredie

      i know i know

      i have no idea on why i wrote it the way i did

  10. IdentityUnknown

    Quote Factory

    "Sometimes carrying on, just carrying on, is the superhuman achievement."
  11. IdentityUnknown

    10 Years Later

    Ideally, a job I enjoy that is sustainable and a dog. Most likely... ...uh Yeah no let's not think about that.
  12. IdentityUnknown

    LGBTQA+ Community

    Wow uh... This has been an interesting conversation. And I think it's good that it's happened. I'll just toss my two cents in and be on my way. Personally, I'd like to take a moment to apologize for any insensitive comments I've ever made about the LGBTQA+ community. I know I have in the past. Those can be forgiven due to my lack of education on the matter during that time, but still. It really all comes down to educating yourself. Though it's getting better, a lot of people have been raised with stereotypes and generalities that do not apply to everyone. I identify as...well, I'm not entirely sure. Demisexual, maybe. Maybe grey-ace. Somewhere along those lines. Who even knows. I don't particularly enjoy labeling myself very specifically. I think places like the U.S. are gradually becoming more accepting towards members of the LGBTQA+ community, which is nice to see. I think I take the stance of "be yourself as long as you're not hurting anyone in the process." Including yourself. Some stuff on religion, since I do think it's relevant though it's also a point people argue a lot on... Yeah that's mostly what I've got to say. It's important to develop an environment that is safe for those who identify as LGBTQA+. It's not just a recent issue; it's been around for years and years and is only just now coming to light. In a perfect world, we would just accept each other and move along. But that's not the world we live in and it is a big issue and we need to start addressing it as a problem so we can work towards solving it and making sure that a lot of the terrible tragedies that have happened don't happen again. That's primarily rooted in education.