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  • squidward tentacles.

    squidward tentacles. (255)

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    I just realized that I recommended and subscribed to this like forever ago. Crazy I think it's safe to say that I would happily rec anything you write because I just love your stories and writing technique that much. Everything flows nicely and it's really easy to just get kind of absorbed in your writing, which is definitely the mark of a great author.
    October 12th, 2015 at 11:04am
  • losing control.

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    I could have sworn I commented on this story at one point Facepalm

    This layout is my favourite thing, I adore how simple your layouts always are.

    I adore how descriptive you can be in 100 words. It's almost like poetry, like carousels; said, and I think you're the only person I've seen that can use big words (Facepalm) and now sound like you're trying insanely hard.

    I like to think that this is super sweet and romantic and the characters are living happily ever after, but it almost has a bitter undertone, which I like because it's really open for interpretation.

    Agh, anyways, this was amazing. Great job!
    October 11th, 2015 at 07:48am
  • carousels;

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    I'm such a sucker for simplistic layouts. Your layouts are just so gorgeous.

    Your writing is so poetic that sometimes I forget this is prose instead of poetry. Your vocabulary is so large, and you use it so perfectly shown by the word idiosyncrasies, which I will have to look up the definition for because I've never seen it.

    It really leaves room for questions since it's so short. Like pallid I wasn't sure if it was bitter or romantic because it could really fall either way. Since everyone seems captivated by the man, the narrator could be one of the many to fall for him, making her sad by the fact that he wouldn't see her more. At the same time, she could be the one he also fell for, and that's a nicer ending I want to stick with haha.

    Gosh, I'm so jealous of how you write. This was a beautiful piece of work!
    October 5th, 2015 at 04:02am
  • vaguethoughts

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    Beautiful. It showed how intense a person could have an impact on another individual. I love the style here how simple the word may be, you were able to go deeper with it. How the character described the person he/she was referring to also showed the devotion they had.
    July 7th, 2015 at 05:48pm
  • n. josten

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    I can't figure out if this is bitter or not. It almost feels like it, but I think you left so much room for the reader's imagination to wander that it might just be me, because everyone else thinks it's romantic or sweet, but I think I'm just a cynic. Coffee Anyway! No matter what the tone is, this was beautiful and well done. I love your choice of words and descriptions so, so much. The first sentence was so surprising and so luring at the same time because I had never really seen the word 'idiosyncrasies' like that so then I had to know. It was just so wonderful.
    July 4th, 2015 at 04:16am
  • warmaiden

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    can i just say how much i love the simplicity of the layout? like wow, i stared @ it for the longest of times probably bc it's all so breathtaking. also the summary which is literally just one line caught me w/ an euphoric hook.

    idk how many times i read this little drabble. first in the morning & then sitting in my car. you choose the most eccentric bout of words to throw together in a sentence & it's so beautiful. you paint this picture that i can't even describe as per im probably more awe-struck than i seem. i haven't read anything like this in a long while & considering the fact that you've taken my breath away is a knack for itself. that rarely ever happens these days.

    & coming down to the final line '& before i knew it, i too, had been swept by your current' ...like how do i describe the goosebumps on my skin, honestly.
    July 3rd, 2015 at 03:02am
  • silent hearts.

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    This is adorable. That word seems so shallow to describe it, but it's the best that I could come up with. There's a certain objectivity to the beginning of this, as if the character is writing a profile of this person. But then you come in with the final lines, and you realize how much more personal it is than that. Like I said: it's adorable.
    July 1st, 2015 at 03:51am
  • pocahontas.

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    This is the smallest and cutest layout I have ever seen, which is fitting considering the content. Your writing is very good; the description you used was amazing!
    June 30th, 2015 at 06:06am