Due to being away from Tumblr all this time, I have this mental image that this account was all dusty and full of cobwebs, but what really surprised me was all the new followers the house got despite the long absence. Thanks for your choice, and I hope I can bring to life again this place.
Till next time. :)
Not sure if anyone has missed any of our posts/reblogs, but thanks for understanding and for your support.
There’s one person that actually makes me think that, which is sad, cuz that person is so nice :(
Thanks for your time spent on listening my audio posts. :) It doesn’t matter if it has no notes, even if only one person presses play, it makes me smile.
I got the feeling this bloke got offended just because I didn’t reblogged anything of his posts I previously liked (came to my dashboard due to someone’s reblogs). Is it so bad to only “like” a post for somebody? I wasn’t going to steal them, just to keep them in my Likes Collection because I thought those were cool.
By the way, in order to “ammend”, I just unlike’em. Period. If I knew I was going to upset somebody just for an apparently inoffensive action, I couldn’t even look at his things in first place and kept scrolling down.
Conclusion: This was weird.
That happens to me too much in offline life, and it seems it’s happening me here on Tumblr. I would like to write to other Tumblr-ers (specially those who followed back me), just that I don’t know how to start or what to ask. And sometimes when I finally find out what to say, some people never reply, so… whatever. I guess I’ll keep trying, because at least I have good will for respectful and fun communication (despite I can be kinda creepy, but that’s such a deep rooted part of my personality -that has brought me a lotta troubles when I don’t hide it very well- :S)
There should be some kind of filter for that (and general NSFW -extreme gore could be included there- stuff. It could be useful, like when you’re in a public place or your parents are around)
But let’s face it: That’s part (a disgusting one) of Tumblr, and mind endurance (and a bit tolerance plus extremely fast down-scrolling) is all left…