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I found a tool for testing your pronouns, it writes a small sentence about you with the pronouns you enter into it, and you can read short parts of stories to see if you like it.

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Btw, if I ever boost/favourite something of yours that you didn't want boosted/favourited, just tell me and I'll apologize, same goes for if you think I boosted something offensive, odds are I'm being stupid and didn't understand it properly

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@norikawa I prefer Ivy, but Iva, fakename, Ivafakename, Ivafa and name all work just as well.

Just don't call me "realname"

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Look, I don't know what I'm doing, knowing is overrated, lets just do what we think is cool and see what happens

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(I hope I spelled that correctly,)

Hello, I'm Ivafakename, I'm 19, English, not smart, and I sometimes pretend to be a supervillain.

I like hashtags, being stupid, and being gay. My enemy is Ivarealname, but, I don't think he's gonna show up.

If I do something wrong please let me know so I can apologize and learn from it.

kisses you but calls you a stinky bastard because things were getting a little too chummy between us.

i come from a long line of women,

re: Nsfw genital dumb also don't do this this is bad 

Nsfw genital dumb also don't do this this is bad 

don't actually think I know anything about anything

Hey can someone briefly explain why america celebrates the 4th? I know they didn't want to pay taxes but like, that's all I know.

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@Ivafakename @Ghast Maybe we ran out of resources during the revolutionary war and had to escalate to throwing vowels at the British

@Ivafakename 4th of July was celebrated like immediately after and since for most of the revolutionary war the americans still considered themselves "the british" they were probably using british stuff such as date formats and stuff at the time

@Ivafakename I'm assuming it's to denote it as a holiday instead of just a numerical date.

oh yeah, its today! cool. nothing noteable happening or anything, its just today

Or maybe it just stands out idfk just give me a borgor and shut up

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I think it's called the 4th of July because america was so busy celebrating independence from the uk (idk why, we don't talk about it in history here,) that they used our date system and when they changed it to month day year the week after they forgot to change the name to "July 4th"

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@Ivafakename It's consistent with the rest of our inconsistencies.

@Ivafakename you will occasionally hear people say like "19th of March" but usually just "month day" with like no extra words [like August 1st instead of August the 1st]

american exceptionalism 

You ever think about how the US calls it the 4th of july (day/month) despite the fact their calender is displayed month/day/year? Do you do that with all days or is tomorrow "July the 5th"?

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