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That's awesome! Thank you for taking the time to read my long-ass bio XD
Have a Nice Day!
So I was correct you followed me today, glad I didn't cause confusion or a misconception. What caused you to follow me?
At least I think you recently followed me?
Hi! Thanks for the follow back!
I whole=heartedly approve of reading things that need warning stickers on the front. I have the book-on-tape version of [REDACTED] in my car. We all have our vices. (Also, there's always the "conversation" function on the forum, if you think someone will visit my profile and read something your wrote. Though, truth be told, I can't imagine anyone spends much time looking through my messages, there, so you're probably safe from the eyes of judgment.)
My yuri stuff is typically less smoochy than it is painfully giving side-glances to the subject of an (oft-mistaken) unrequited love--which is my romance fiction of choice! let's not read into that!--but I'd be lying if I didn't say a couple were also very smoochy. Like, with tongues. And that bit of saliva string.
...'cus of the romance.
Actually, I think my first introduction to this was the anime version of Strawberry Panic, something like 11 years ago, when I spent my weekends being sad and lovelorn, binging on Taco Bell and whatever DVD collection I'd decided to purchase at Best Buy. That I could get a romance fix AND thrill to a little girl-girl smooching was something I'd never even considered was a thing. Little did I know it was a frikkin' subgenre.
I had to look up Ibitsu, and it seems it's not the type of thing I'd normally stumble across. Is it straight horror, or is it tinged with...um...other stuff? Also, obviously don't read too much into that question. I'm just asking because I...uh, because I value congtext. Yes, that's what it is: cooooontext.
But, like, is the oniichan thing going to stick around, or...