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So yesterday I was at school (wearing a mask, wear a mask folks) and people kept looking at me weirdly or smiling at me. I was so confused until I went to the bathroom and looked at my hat
          	
          	I was wearing a blue hat that said “Be Like Joe”. 

I-HaveFangirlItis

So yesterday I was at school (wearing a mask, wear a mask folks) and people kept looking at me weirdly or smiling at me. I was so confused until I went to the bathroom and looked at my hat
          
          I was wearing a blue hat that said “Be Like Joe”. 

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I just watched the part of the Office where a Kevin spills his chili and I’m not even joking, tears are in my eyes. He looked so proud of himself and then it spilled 

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I just made chocolate buttercream frosting at 4AM and didn't eat any of it. I've been watching the Office and pretending my dog is Shay Mitchell for 2 hours. I have to wake up for church in 5 hours. Yeet

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Why must I hurt myself by watching the part in Little Women where Laurie proposes to Jo? Why? I must really like hearing myself cry or something

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my mother said that if you are in love with someone you want to have sex with them and I'm like "asexual who?" (well, to myself) 
          Asexuals need more representation. I mean, we do gots Spongebob, but come on CW.

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I love and support these protests for the fight for equality for races that are prejudiced against, and I love the fact that we have stopped taking these deaths as just coincidences. That they were actually racist acts that could've been prevented. Demanding the arrest and prosecution of George Floyd's murderers is one of the short term goals, from what I've seen, with the long term goal being that any skin color or nationality that is prejudiced against in our current world, all countries, feel safe and are given the same opportunities as any other skin color or nationality. 
          How do we get to that point, where anybody at any point in time is given the basic human rights? Protesting deaths is a great start. It can turn some people on the fence about racial tension into anti-racists. But we can't just take action when something wrong happens. We have to put in laws, we have to be for something that stops a crime before it is committed. 
          I think one of the legislative steps that can be taken is the demand for less controversy in police cases. Breonna Taylor's murderers shouldn't get away. If they had been, I dunno, pizza-delivery boys who came inside to drop it off and shot her in her bed, EIGHT times, they would be in prison. We can't be slack on our cops. 
          While on the subject of being slack on our cops, perhaps another step to be taken is tighter police training. Tighter application process, more thorough interview, maybe even involve a psychologist in there to check them out. We can't let power-hungry monsters into our police force.
          So ticked about Breonna Taylor. She deserves justice.

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Wow. One year on Wattpad. *CHEESY MESSAGE AHEAD*
          I honestly am so grateful for this website. I feel so happy when I'm here, whether writing, reading, or laughing with people I don't know, this is my safe place. This is where I go when I'm angry, depressed, anxious, and happy. I know I'm safe here.  I want to thank everyone on here for that. I love you all so much. I love coming on here and fangirling about fictional characters with people who GET it, get how it's fun to imagine yourself  in a world of fantasy, who understand the part of me that no one I know offline does. I love coming on and making sarcastic remarks, getting responses, reading as many fanfictions as I want with other people like me. It's nice to have people who  I don't know, who don't judge me for wanting to be in fiction. 
          And I love crying with you all about Fred's death, and argue about what's canon in Harry Potter, and just be silly with y'all. I love writing chapters of my books for you to read, and even though there's not many of you, you all matter so much to me. 
          I really don't know where I'd be mentally without this website, and I mean that to every measure, because I admit, I'm not the strongest emotionally. I struggle with being emotional with people in my offline life, but it's so easy here. I know it's because you're strangers, but you're so real to me. I'm sorry, I know it's sappy, but it's the truth. I love you all. 
          turning this 180, The Most Wonderful Life of a Fangirl is almost done! *squeal* expect another long rant about that! I'm planning on writing the epilogue tonight and tomorrow morning.

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Hi, guys, so I haven't really done one of these, but I just wanted to thank you guys so much for everything, almost one year of Wattpad and I'm still so in love with it all. 
          But to the point. My book, The Most Wonderful Life of a Fangirl, was just updated. I wanted to both put a reader-discretion warning on the chapter, "The Smile," for dark themes and elements, and put this out there. 
          I  do NOT glorify suicide. In no situation ever should anyone feel positive of suicide. It is not romantic, it is not a way to end pain, it is giving up, it is giving somebody else pain. Unfortunately, many people make jokes or make light of this dark situation. I want you all who read that book to know that Brooke is meant to be portrayed as severely mentally unstable. I don't want anyone to feel that her thoughts during the chapter, "The Smile," are my real-life opinions. I was trying to portray a mentally sick person in the most realistic way possible, and I apologize if it came off as anything else. 
          Concluding, I want to say a huge, HUGE thank you to everybody who reads this. I love you all <3