bouncingbabybrony asked:

fun fact my best friend in the entire world moved 2000 kilometres away to melbourne and she saw your show and gave you a bracelet i made (it said bae. i called it a baecelet) and even though i was very far away and unable to see u i feel like we are united through stories about your performance (amazing, or so i hear) and crappy baecelets. also u took pictures of my friend lilys face. (she has an a+ face :--)

lordemusic answered:

well in a nice turn of events i am WEARING IT AS WE SPEAK thanks bae!!

Words to the wise…

It bothers me a lot when people have such misguided expectations of “the type of person” with whom they want to be. Most of the time, they have unrealistic expectations. This is especially prevalent among gay people. They want the “straight guy” or they want someone who completely would not fit into their life. It’s such a superficial culture, and it’s really sad. 

I can’t say that I don’t every ascribe to these homosexual norms sometimes, but something is fucked up. It’s not about being “masc” or being “hetero looking”. People should knock the narrow scopes in which they view perspective mates and instead have a more open mind. Yes looks matter, but looks fade and you need to find someone who’s soul you love.

And if you’re just looking to have fun and hook-up that’s a whole different story, but to find a partner, to find someone to spend your life with… superficial, incompatible, and frankly naive decisions are not gonna work out.



this vine is better than all of paranormal activity