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Aaaaw thank you 🙈 I’m trying my best to be a supportive friend. Though it actually took me a while to learn to do that last part lol. Love you too anon!


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ANON WE ARE ON THE SAME WAVELENGTH WE HAVE CONNECTED BRAINCELLS

I have always had something like this in the back of my mind as a headcanon. We all know a lot of the hehehe’s we hear from the normal Sans aren’t very genuine since he has a lot of worries in the game so I’ve always wondered how a real one would sound and I think it’d be adorable. A laugh to match his brothers!

If you wanna add some angst to it UF Pap and UT Pap can tell a fake laugh from a genuine one because they sound so different. They just don’t comment on it because they know their brothers don’t want to talk about it.

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1: when you have cereal, do you have more milk than cereal or more cereal than milk?

I’m already dead to you for several reasons, why should I fear another death

More cereal. Cronch cronch.

3: what random objects do you use to bookmark your books?

Shopping receipts, most of the time. I’ve also used old to-do lists and used notecards. With notes I still need.

18: tell us about something dumb/funny you did that has since gone down in history between you and your friends and is always brought up.

Oh that’s a tough one, uuhh…

Passed out in a museum once.

Microwaved a bowl of cereal.

Somersaulted off a rock right into a lake, accidentally. Dad’s pissed about this one because he had a camera in his hand but was thrown so off-guard that he forgot to take a picture.

Was at the mall with some friends who wanted to shop at Sephora and while they browsed, I just looked for all the makeup samples that had glitter and slathered them on my face and arms. I was a rainbow glitter prince. Random strangers had mixed reactions to my presence the rest of the day.

Kidnapped a friend on Halloween once.

32: tell us a story of something that happened to you after 3AM when you were with friends.

Oof I don’t really stay up that late… 

Uuuuuhhhhh I participated in Relay for Life a couple times, which is a cancer fundraiser where the gimmick is “Cancer doesn’t sleep, so for one night, neither will we”. 

We liked to do this fundraiser as a class (+friends) because our professor’s wife had cancer. So we’d put together a team and invite him to be part of it. It often got him emotional.

He was so proud of us that he took us out for breakfast at IHOP at early-as-fuck-o’clock. Somebody laid down on the booth “to rest a minute” and started snoring. A couple people nearly face-planted in their pancakes. A few people zoned out hard and we all had to repeat everything we said a dozen times. I said “Thanks, Dad” when our professor paid the bill.

55: what’s the most dramatic thing you’ve ever done to prove a point?

Okay this was mean, but. Fuck them.

The second time I was at Relay for Life, the hosts had this crew of folks with dart guns who would go around shooting folks who were “being lazy.” Like if you were just sitting around “doing nothing,” you’d get shot with a dart, and go to “jail” and to get out of “jail” you had to either (1) do some jumping jacks or (2) donate to the cancer fundraiser.

Except the whole point of the RELAY for Life is that at least one person on your team has to be on the track/course at any time. Other people can rest and then swap out. You know, like a RELAY. So these dart gun folks were BULLSHIT. You can’t force everybody to be active all night long, that’s not what they agreed to when they signed up!! Some folks need rest!!!

Anyway. I had been having some back pain issues lately, so I kept my back brace in my backpack. I was lying down and reading when I got shot with a dart. They were like “Haha :) you got shot! You’re not being active! Time to come with us to jail! :)”

And I was like “…..okay, fine, you got me I guess.”

My back was perfectly fine at the time. But. I made a show of reaching for my backpack, slowly getting on my brace as if I was in bad pain, and asking for one of them to help me stand up. Oh, their faces. 

They slowly escorted me to “jail” and were like “uh… so… you can donate $5 to the cancer fundraiser or do… jumping jacks to.. leave…”

But, you know, my back was in *agony* right? So, can’t do jumping jacks. And I didn’t have any cash on me. So the third option is to get a team member to “bail you out” by donating the $5. But I had left my phone over by my backpack. So I just hung out in their “jail”. The whole time they were standing around “guarding” me, swaying uncomfortably. Eventually someone came by looking for me and “bailed me out.”

They didn’t shoot anybody else the rest of the night. The “jail” mysteriously disappeared. And people were able to take breaks more peacefully.

87: what are some movies you think everyone should watch at least once in their lives?

YOU’RE REALLY MAKING ME BURN MY BRAIN THIS MORNING

Whale Rider: A young Maori girl fights against her grandfather’s traditional beliefs, to prove that she is worthy as his successor as Chief. This one made my own Grandpa seriously question the traditions and gender roles in his own religion, so I’d say it’s a good movie for opening folks’ minds.

Queen: Young, sheltered Indian bride is dumped on the eve of her wedding. Already has all the travel plans for the honeymoon anyway, so decides to go traveling to get her mind off it, and meets interesting people and has wild and new experiences as she breaks free of her strict cultural rules. A very wholesome movie about gaining independence and finding happiness with yourself.

Loving: A dramatized documentary based on Mr. and Mrs. Loving and their struggles as an interracial couple, up until the supreme court case Loving v. Virginia which shot down all anti-interracial marriage laws in the United States.

Uuhh.. that’s all I got right now.

THANKS SO MUCH FOR THE ASK

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An off the cuff answer here from the mod with OSDD with ill-defined parts and no amnesia: what feels comfortable to you in this situation is important. I feel there is pressure to present parts as more distinct online. For me personally, I find plural pronouns confusing because I am all always me. Part of my situation is that I only have one consciousness in my body and always identify as me.  (I have the OSDD diagnosis due to what I call different mindsets that I think of as different lenses I wear.) I have never met someone with OSDD who claims this experience of always identifying as themself, and your situation may be different from mine. Still, I wanted to chime in personally to say that if you don’t feel comfortable using plural pronouns that that is important, that there are dissociative people who don’t use plural pronouns, and that’s okay.  

Katherine may want to weigh in more on the use of pronouns, dissociation, and course of integration. I do know that some degree of exploring parts is part of the process. I can’t speak to it though as I’m not pursuing integration or exploring parts in therapy. (I am instead focusing on identifying triggers and symptoms, and describing/accepting my experiences. It’s more “basic,” but I’m gaining some traction with it.)

-Kevin

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Hi anon,

Kevin is right; I do want to add my view! As someone with DID who’s been in therapy for almost a decade, I almost exclusively use first-person singular pronouns now. It didn’t start off that way, but I’m at the point where I can automatically and without dissonance refer to things that my alters did, their old relationships, and the trauma they’ve reported as mine. I think it’s really helpful in some ways. There’s a sense of control that comes with being able to take increased ownership over all aspects of life. 

Again, I didn’t start off doing this, and I fully understand that not everyone with DID/OSDD has reached this point or wants to reach this point. Like you, I’m aiming to integrate most if not all of my alters, and it makes sense to me to not reinforce dissociative barriers by speaking of alters as separate. Additionally, there are times where it does make more sense for me to refer to alters separately. For example, sometimes I have to refer to my alters separately to describe that they’ve mentioned something that I-as-Katherine am unsure of or have no further information about. Sometimes, my alters still do things that make me uncomfortable and that I have a hard time owning as mine. In my case, I also switch extremely rarely now (due in part to an unfortunately retraumatizing response from an abuser when I tried to report the abuse), so I sometimes have to refer to an alter in the third-person to explain to my therapist that without the alter in question, I don’t have access to a memory, skill, or feeling.

Overall though, I do use singular pronouns, and I encourage you to try the same and see how it feels for you. If it causes internal conflict, you can always change back to plural! Additionally, you can vary your pronouns and language based on the situation. It’s not an all-or-nothing situation.

Best,

Katherine

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Everyone has had nerve-wracking experiences, and it’s good to know that we’re not alone in these mortifying moments, honestly. Yes, it may haunt you for a bit of time but everyone’s dealt with this in some capacity. I often scramble when I am in lines, trying to hurry through the process because I feel like if I don’t, I’m— honestly, I don’t know why I fumble with my wallet and hurry.

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i think you’d just get along with a lot of ease and i think that you’re both very soft but also very passionate and you’d be good sounding boards for each other’s ideas!! you & renjun just seem like you’d be really balanced together and would be on the same page a lot i think you’d be like that couple that everyone just. knows will stay together because you’re so comfortable and know each other so well

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oh it makes sense. When i was in LA, i heard adore you on radio very often too. The songs from fine line are pretty radio friendly! 

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