Surprise beautiful person! Once you get this, you must put it into at least 8 people’s asks (anonymously) who deserve it. If you break the chain, nothing bad will happen, but it is nice to know that someone thinks you’re beautiful inside and out. Help spread Anon love, not hate.
Thank you. Very sweet. I appreciate the thought.
Annoyance: People who make passive aggressive 'Dashboard Commentary' posts are extremely annoying. Especially when they are making fun of someone, or refuse to go talk to the person they are having an issue with.
This isn’t really roleplay related enough. Sorry.
As I keep saying: this is a forum for roleplaying with a center around tumblr, not a forum for tumblr with a center on roleplaying.
confession: I don't mind when people use the same faceclaim as me. Really. I don't. But if we've been rping with you for a while and you suddenly use my relatively unused faceclaim for a character that is essentially the same as mine, I find that pretty shady.
Yes! So very suspicious and criminal that someone else see a celebrity, possibly be introduced to them by you, and just as you found them think that celebrity would make for a good faceclaim.
Quite shady, indeed.
If you’re playing a character who is a certain age, only use images of your faceclaim at that age. Even if that actor/actress has been acting for a long time and has been in films a wide range of ages. It messes up the flow when I’m talking to a 22 year old character and someone suddenly uses a reaction picture of their faceclaim at age 12. It’s especially weird if it’s a romantic thread.
When other roleplayers constantly apologize for taking two or three days to do a reply, it makes me feel bad because I usually take a week or longer.
It makes me uncomfortable when people preface asking me to RP with them how nervous they were about asking me.That really shouldn’t be something you should tell someone because not only does it make me feel bad, but it also can sometimes seem like you’re trying to guilt-trip me into RPing with you.
I think using roleplayers to find other roleplayers is a great way of networking. I don’t get why people call it “stealing.”
Even though I have no problem writing starters of any length, I will often request my partner start so I can get a feel for what length of a reply they’re comfortable with. I can write basically from a few lines of dialogue to three or four paragraphs, but it makes me feel less disappointed if I know what they expect to be the length of our writing.
Fingers crossed, folks, but with any luck I should be getting my computer back today! And I might not even have to reload my programs! Woohoo!
I hate it when someone drops our starter or first thread before our characters have properly introduced themselves. I feel like I can’t rp with them anymore, because our characters don’t know each other well enough to start more interactions.