My name is Carly, a 17 year old female from the planet America. I'm a Leo, if that makes me seem any cooler. If you want to know what I like, you can probably just find out by looking through my blog. Mostly Supernatural, but a large assortment of other fandoms as well. Sam Winchester is precious, fight me.
I was in the shower shaving for like… 45 minutes, and I STILL had to forgo shaving one of my legs because I was concerned I was running late for lunch (it turns out I wasn’t, but whatever).
I also ruined my razor, because I didn’t think to trim any of my hair first, but that’s okay.
Also look at all that fucking hair. There’s so much of it. I had no idea I had that much hair on me.
Tomorrow I will shave my left leg and run clean-up on basically everywhere else (it’s pretty patchy).
Aren’t you supposed to grow a mustache? what the fuck is full shave november.
The opposite of No Shave November. Lots of women get flak for participating in No Shave November and letting their body hair grow out (I can’t find the post with a bunch of screencapped tweets about it, but this is the next best thing), but the vast majority of guys (myself included) have absolutely no idea what a pain feeling like you have to shave your body hair is like. So, for the entirety of the month, I will be shaving my legs, chest, and armpits on a regular basis (as well as my usual regimen of shaving my face).
How to tag your hetalia because some people don’t do it right
OK - APH (country name here) This is the most common way of tagging. - Human names. Some countries have official human names, you can view them here. But keep in mind that sometimes spellings vary in the fandom.
Not OK - Country names
Why Can’t I tag as (country name) ? Out of respect for non-hetalians. Most people who venture into their country’s tag aren’t looking for some hardcore smut of your OTP, they probably just wanted to look at scenery or to find something related to current events in their country. And tagging with a country name is just seen as spam, and makes the fandom look bad.
I don’t understand the stress on being “politically correct” when some people don’t like saying “Happy Holidays. I also don’t understand the anger some people feel when they’re told or the wrong holiday. I say “holidays” myself and I’m a Christian and I don’t expect people to say “Merry Christmas” to me. Hell, I’d find it really cool if someone said “Happy Hannukah” or “Joyous Kwanzaa” to me actually.