*whispers* You can be mature and respectful and still have a dirty sense of humour.
*murmurs* You can curse a lot and still be highly intelligent with a massive vocabulary.
*mumbles* You can be quiet and reserved and still be witty and even outgoing in certain circles.
So, I took my second yoga class tonight. We went into that frog position (knees really wide, trying to sink your hips as close to the floor as possible, almost like a middle split). But I started laughing. So, my butt started jiggling. Which made me laugh more. I ended up in some weird, hilarious twerking yoga.
I twerked in yoga.
I involuntarily TWERKED in yoga for about two minutes.
Twoga. Yerking. Yogerking.
There’s something wrong with me.
its2arehalvesof1 asked: Do you have any advice for how to not behave like an ass when your friends/family give you back the critiques of your work that you begged them to do?
1) Say thank you to them for giving them the critiques you asked for.
2) Bite your tongue. Don’t argue with them. Be nice. Smile.
3) Remember that if someone says there’s something wrong, they are probably right. When they tell you what they think is wrong, they’re probably wrong.
4) Don’t ask the same family and friends again. Find people on your wavelength, who you like, who like the kind of thing you write, and show them your work. They may be people you only know over email or met on Tumblr. Find a writer’s group, perhaps.