So, I see this kind of thing a lot:
- Wow, I can’t believe I used to like that
- I was such a loser when I was 13
- What was WRONG with me
- I just found some of my writing from the 90s. How embarrassing.
And here’s what I always want to say when people say things like that: You didn’t suck then. Your old writing is nothing to be ashamed of. Your youth is nothing to be ashamed of.
You were a person, and you were younger and knew less than you do now. That’s a good thing. It means you’re still learning.
But your younger self was worthy. Good. Deserves respect. And so do other young people who are similarly young and inexperienced, and who similarly have a lot to learn.
im definitely gonna be going to roswell at some point in the near future so when i do go if any of u want me to get something cheap and hilarious to send u i will absolutely do that.
in the vulcan language, there are three third person singular pronouns in common usage: ko-veh (she), sa-veh (he), and ish-veh, which is used not only in cases where someone’s gender is not known but also by non-binary people who prefer gender neutral pronouns.
*shrug* yeah. the vld says it can refer to people or objects, so i’m assuming that it functions like “it” or the singular “they”, depending. it literally just translates as “that one”, so there’s a bit of flexibility to it. and some people do use “it” pronouns! which means that it can work in a variety of situations regardless of how you translate it.
one time i spilled grape juice on myself and i started shouting nonsense curses and stuff and one of the things i shouted was “bless the piper and her wife! and bless her thrice damned children!” and now im very curious about who the piper and her wife and her children are. i think im gonna have to write them into one of my stories.
i kno tazeffect was interested in talkin’ about vulcan gender/sexuality