YO ARE YOU GOING TO BE IN ATLANTA THIS WEEKEND FOR SOME HUGE CON OR SOMETHING??
I don’t know if I’m going to be at any sort of con that’s happening in downtown Atlanta or not, since that con really overwhelms me and triggered a huge sickness that put me in the hospital last year, BUT I have a ton of friends coming in for the con, and while I can’t afford to shell out a huge wad of cash for a con that makes me nervous, I will still probably make my way downtown a few times to see people, since I live in the area anyway.
THE POINT IS. I’ve been getting a lot of people asking if I’ll be vending at said con, but obviously I won’t be, sadly. HOWEVER. Should you find yourself in downtown Atlanta this weekend and still want a chance to buy some stuff from me and help me pay off some ridiculous bills I have, you should check out this handy order form and come meet up with me downtown to pick up some nerdy shit I’ve made. Also signal boost this if you could. That would be rad. Please and thank you. I AM VERY EXCITED TO SEE Y’ALL, EVEN IF IT’S NOT SURROUNDED BY RAD COSPLAYERS. COME HAVE LUNCH WITH ME. OR A SMOOTHIE. PLEASE BE MY FRIEND.
"I dont get along with other girls because girls are so bitchy"
thescienceofobsession replied to your post: “3700 words today!!!”:YAY YOU ARE WRITING JOHNLOCK AGAIN AND PORNY GOODNESS THE WORLD IS GOOD AND RIGHT
But oh lordy, honey, this chapter is 8700 words, I’m so sorry, it’s gonna be a bitch to beta. Poor you and Snog! But I’m pretty much gonna leave it here, so that’s good. Whew. I’m exhausted (my total for the day is just under 4800: holy fuck!). Writing porn like this is almost as good as having sex yourself….
EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!! Go YOU!!! I can’t wait to have a minute and dive into that sweet smutty stuff!!!!
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