Well...What can I say? I'm a pre-med college student that's socially awkward, generally weird, and borderline insane. This is mostly a place for me to share things I like and how I feel during any particular moment. From depressed to demented to happy to horny. This blog is about the ride. Oh and I'm white male cis scum. Probably a bunch of other things that makes me literally Satan


The human body is beautiful, anatomy should be cherished, men, women, apple, pear. Its a sad thing, to censor, victimise and degrade what we where born to wear. My breasts can be sexualized, known as nearly immortal or they can be seen a simply sacks of fat to feed life. My lungs remain blackened, my body remains burned, scarred, starved sick and abused. I am ashamed of my soul, my mind. My body is it’s own and I’m forever thankful for the dozens of years that it strived like a stranded dog to kept me alive.


Fucks given: rapidly decreasing every day.

I probably have like 3 left, in total. On very specific subjects.

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The exhibitionist inside me got really wild today…

Fuckyeah that’s me, all wet!

Yes, I was all-dressed face-chatting on cam earlier, and then I suppose you can say I got carried away a little, so I got kicked off by the admins!!!… You see it was a chat-only-webcam-site… no sexual teasing allowed… what was I thinking??? - I only wish the admins would came and punished me in person… :D

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Theatres des Vampires.




the beliefs and ideas people have about themselves. These beliefs are used to guide and organise information processing, especially when the information is significant to the self. Self-schemas are important to a person’s overall self-concept. The term schematic describes having a particular schema for a particular dimension. For instance, a person in a rock band at night would have a “[faux]rocker” schema. However, during the day, if he works as a salesperson, he would have a “[faux]salesperson” schema during that period of time. Schemas vary according to cultural background and other environmental factors. Once people have developed a schema about themselves, there is a strong tendency for that schema to be maintained by a bias in what they attend to, in what they remember, and in what they are prepared to accept as true about themselves. In other words, the self-schema becomes self-perpetuating. The self-schema is then stored in long-term memory, and both facilitates and biases the processing of personally relevant information. The term aschematic means not having a schema for a particular dimension. This usually occurs when people are not involved with or concerned about a certain attribute. For example, if a person plans on being a musician, a self-schema in aeronautics will not attribute to him; he is aschematic on aeronautics.


ahh i look creepy but i like it