diregen

*    im not here for characters belittling other characters. if you write that you’re genuinely a loser, i understand if it’s your character being ‘mean’ or purposely an unlikable character but far too many times that’s genuinely not the case. you say you want to plot with people and yet the only character depth you’ve given your own oc is just thinking they know it all or are better than those they interact with… not on my watch!

extracredited

/  SAY THIS BUT OVER A MEGAPHONE PLS
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diregen

@sheshaute 
          	  *   happening wayyyy 2 much. disappointing but not surprised 
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diregen

*    im not here for characters belittling other characters. if you write that you’re genuinely a loser, i understand if it’s your character being ‘mean’ or purposely an unlikable character but far too many times that’s genuinely not the case. you say you want to plot with people and yet the only character depth you’ve given your own oc is just thinking they know it all or are better than those they interact with… not on my watch!

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/  SAY THIS BUT OVER A MEGAPHONE PLS
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diregen

@sheshaute 
            *   happening wayyyy 2 much. disappointing but not surprised 
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lostlockets

what’s that you got there, doc?

lostlockets

i mean— nothin’ wrong with taking advantage of good side effects, y’know. but naw, i wouldn’t even if it was like a joint, i don’t like that kinda stuff. 
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diregen

@lostlockets 
            but if it was good you’d hit it? not everything nature has to offer is a joint, unfortunately. 
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lostlockets

not scared, just more.. cautious. i ain’t interested in gettin’ /bad/ side effects. 
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diregen

*     BEHIND ELIZABETH MONROE’S quick wit and act of ignorance is a childhood that’s haunted by encountering strange entities that simply should not exist. thus being the very core of her drive to prove those around her wrong of the world, to ‘wake them up’ and let them see for themselves what really walks among us. however, it’s really not that easy — behind the role of ‘doctor’, elizabeth has sampled the many dnas of all that she can reach to try repeatedly to bring these creatures to the attention of the government. this ultimately has lead her to be working in an agency that strictly handles everything strange and ‘unknown’, and very quickly she’s become the best OF the best. efficient, and charismatic, of course the world can wake up with her on the front line — beauty and brains is the best of both.

casaltze

would you stop that?   it’s an unsightly habit. 

diregen

@casaltze 
            (…) hm, as long as you know it i won’t have to tell you. and i am full of goodness, thank you very much.
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casaltze

the chemicals in your body are going to pollute the world unlike any other. a milestone only few will celebrate.   and don’t call me baby. i don’t know if you’ve noticed, but this isn’t exactly junior high, liz.   don’t— tell me how much i’ve started to sound like my mother either. i won’t hear it. 
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diregen

@casaltze 
            concerned it might ruin my lifespan, baby? /hm/, i didn’t know you still cared that much.
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intelecraze

what’s going on in that head of yours?  thinking about how i can spoil you this weekend?

diregen

@bitingbrute 
            have some faith in me, /i’m a strong girl/. a little bit of sleep deprivation is easy to get through. [her hands, by nature at this point, rest on his torso. her head falls behind, leaning onto his chest slightly,] but i give up this time. /please/ take me home — can you stay the night?
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intelecraze

if it gets you to go home,  absolutely.  *  stepping close,  his fingers brush some of her hair from her face and he rubs both her shoulders.  it amazed and shocked even him how year-long periods of no affectionate contact had starved him,  and now he was craving it.  *  don’t want you dropping dead on me. 
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diregen

@bitingbrute 
            you gave me a cup of coffee this morning, i’m fine, [the morning was around 6 hours ago, and her total hours of sleep were 4 during the night. any minute now and she’ll crash out on the paper work clamped up on her office’s desk,] (…) you’re going to tell me to go home, hm? are you going to come with me?
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