DURING THE MU RP I WAS A PART OF…..WHEN I PLAYED SULLEY….oh my god it was the funniest thing, like, this random mikey the ninja turtle roleplayer was interacting with everybody and eventually confronted art about like. drug use i think??? give mikey the ninja turtle your keys, you’re too drunk to drive. #drugs #alcohol
remember when mikey the ninja turtle was concerned about how hard everyone at monsters university was partying
so this is curtis lepore
recently he’s risen to fame on vine and is in a LOT of vines, esp with other vine stars like nash grier. he’s in some of the white girl vines. a lot of the vines that circulate tumblr star him.
he was charged with raping his ex-girlfriend late last year. the charges have since been dropped due to a plea deal—he pleaded guilty to felony assault instead. this means nothing in terms of whether or not he actually raped her and personally i’m inclined to believe any person who speaks out against their rapist. his commentary after the charges were dropped are enough to show what a total doucheass he is in general.
i know a lot of people don’t really care who generated the content they reblog but for those who do: this guy is pretty scummy and has been showing up on my dashboard a lot so just a heads up that he’s probably a rapist and at the very least a huge dickhead
Woah can you explain? because I might toes do that… lol
yeah definitely!!! yesterday i came out as nonbinary, and like, i don’t really like most of the gender-neutral terms used to described people?? i didn’t want to be called a girl or a woman (for obvious reasons) but at the same time i didn’t want to be referred to as a person!
basically, “puff” is the closest word i can think of that describes my gender, and two of my nonbinary friends who are fat also asked if they could use the word, and like…to me, it’s just a cute, fun term for someone whose fat and nonbinary identities are equally important to them!!! for me specifically it puts emphasis on how frilly things, light colours, and softness all make me feel at home in my gender identity.