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Let’s do every one except the ones I just did.
1. Who was your first kiss and what was it like?
My first kiss was how my first boyfriend asked me out. He was a guy I’d known as a kid and then later went to school and did Robotics with. We were watching Mr. and Mrs. Smith and he grabbed my face and kissed me. My tongue fell asleep and I couldn’t move it for a bit afterwards, and for weeks afterward I would use the shocked feeling of that kiss to wake myself up if I was falling asleep in class.
2. Are you in a relationship? If so, are you happy?
I am! And I am so happy! I can’t imagine dating someone else the way I date Xel. I have a lot of lust crushes, and crushes with deep feelings attached, but it takes a lot to make me fall in love with someone, and that’s something that right now I only have with Xel.
3. Do you have a crush?
I have a lust crush. I wouldn’t actually date him because I would eventually strangle him to death and dump his body in a ditch.
4. Who is your crush?
He is a very good friend. He and his girlfriend and my boyfriend are probably all going to read this and know exactly who I’m talking about. We’ve talked about it. It’s cool.
5. Are you a virgin?
I despise the term “virgin” for sex positive feminist reasons, but nope.
6. What do you think of Valentine’s Day?
I think it’s overhyped and commercialized, but I love having a day that’s about celebrating romantic love.
7. Who is your Valentine?
8. Have you ever asked anyone out?
Just Xel, actually, and it worked out just fine. Screw folks who think girls can’t ask guys out.
9. Who is your celebrity crush?
I don’t have crushes in that I would actually bone them or date them given the chance, but the cast of the Avengers, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Daniel Radcliffe are all lovely people.
10. Has anyone ever asked you out and you turned them down?
Nope. Never had that opportunity.
11. Do you think anyone has a crush on you right now?
12. What is your favorite thing to do on Valentine’s Day?
I would like to spend time with my significant other, but there’s this thing called distance. ¬ . ¬
14. What’s your idea of a perfect date?
I love going out to eat and then watching a movie. Doesn’t matter if it’s in theaters or at home, I love snuggles and movies.
15. How do you know when you’re in love?
For me, love - especially new love - feels like a magnet in my chest. If you’ve ever held two magnets really close but haven’t let them touch each other, that’s what it feels like, like my heart is literally straining to reach its opposite pole. It’s almost painful, but at the same time incredibly giddy and joyous. And after the fireworks of new love, it’s still there, it’s just more stable. You don’t feel like crying if you don’t see your SO for a week, but you start not being able to imagine a life without them. That’s what it feels like to me.
16. Have you ever loved someone on a romantic level?
17. Do you prefer more or less clingy relationships?
I don’t really know what either of those feels like, seeing as neither of my past boyfriends cared that much. I think I’m the clingy one in my current relationship.
18. Do you feel like you’re loved on an everyday basis?
19. Are you usually the first person to make a move.
After my first boyfriend, yes. I like being in charge. :D
20. Have you ever asked someone out and they turned you down?
Ryan and Jon, when I was in eighth grade. I asked them out in sequence to the Halloween dance. But then the most attractive guy in class asked me out of pity so fuck you, Ryan and Jon, I got the hottest guy in school to go with me. Suck on that! XD
21. Do you feel like you’re the dumpee or dumper most of the time?
Always the dumper. It’s always been mutual, though.
22. What’s your “type”?
24. Are you a hopeless romantic?
Not hopeless. I do retain some realism to my romantic fantasies.
25. Do you think that you’re a good kisser?
I’ve never had any complaints, but not much practice, either.
26. What’s the farthest that you’ve ever gone?
Getting spanked with my arms handcuffed behind my back, then getting taken from behind.
27. Have you ever had a secret admirer?
In like first grade. Someone left a cookie on my desk.
28. Have you ever been someone’s secret admirer?
Nope. I have, however, written love poetry that I’ve never sent.
30. What’s something that always turns you on?
Spankings. Jesus Christ, spankings are such a kink for me.
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hollywood writers please take note: the relationships you write are creepy
IF SOMEONE TREATS YOU TERRIBLY AND YOU KEEP GETTING BACK TOGETHER YOU ARE NOT MEANT TO BE TOGETHER
2: Are you a monogamous person or do you believe in open-ended relationships?
I’m in a monogamous relationship, but I would not be opposed to a carefully monitored polyamorous one.
11: What makes your heart flutter and brings a big cheesy smile to your face?
Mah boyfraaaaan. Especially when he compliments me or talks about feminism.
24: Do you prefer to date various people or do you pretty much fall into monogamous relationships quickly?
Eh, neither. I build relationships singularly, over time. I don’t date a lot of people before picking one, I just have the one person and that’s it. But it isn’t quick. It’s formed through a long period of being friends first.
Never mind that we are many miles apart.
Technically, if I were holding your hand right now, we would still not be touching.
The illusion of touch is electrostatic repulsion between the electrons of our hands, and in fact there is still distance between us.
Our current distance is merely a multiple of that.
If we compare it to the vastness of the universe, that distance tends to zero
And we are touching still.
If we held hands whilst wearing gloves, are we still holding hands?
So if touch is when one party is touching the same object as the other,
Then we are still touching, because we are both on the same planet.
Earth, a solid mass, and technically we could follow the trail of atoms and find my body at one end and yours at the other.
I am not touching your skin but if I touch my hand to a piece of paper when I write your letters,
And you touch that same paper when you receive it,
The time in between might be a few days but in comparison to the age of the universe, that time is nothing,
We are touching the same object at the same time.
We have been touching this whole time.
Were I to touch your skin, we would be touching no more than we already have.