Anonymous Asked:
i honestly think otherkin is an escape for most of the people. i don't know if there's someone who actually and honestly believes it but for the most of them, it is.

theangrylionshark:

I’m sure for some people it is, which is why some people “grow out of it”. For many of us, however, it isn’t a choice nor something we want. Most of us would be happy were it to disappear, but it is an ingrained part of who we are that we have no more control over than our ethnicity. I for one would be perfectly happy were I to one day wake up feeling utterly human. It would be a relief to not have the urges, inclinations, phantom feelings, etc. that I have on a daily basis. I would beyond love being able to be in a crowd and not hyper aware of my prey drive towards other people. I would love to be able to close my jaw all the way because I would only feel my human teeth. I can’t, however, “turn it off”. I honestly wish I could. My identity causes more issues for me, and I know others feel the same way, than it could ever possibly help to solve.

til-all-are-one:

[Transformers: More than Meets the Eye #29]

(R:) Reformed Megatron is such a mysterious spectacle. Still hardcore, but so very, very controlled compared to his old self. *stares with abject curiosity while staying a safe distance away*

(via megatronsbuns)

(R:) I think I used to run this OS, back in the misty days of my youth. Stupid me; I listened to all those people who told me to “upgrade” to something more recent and nothing’s worked right since. -_-

(R:) I think I used to run this OS, back in the misty days of my youth. Stupid me; I listened to all those people who told me to “upgrade” to something more recent and nothing’s worked right since. -_-

(Source: indecorum1989, via code-kin)