It seems like we’re playing The Sims or something for my Networking class so far. We’re using Visio and we’re drawing floor plans and placing furniture in them to replicate the room we’re in. And creating a business layout.
Though speaking of The Sims, I remember this haunted garden gnome my sim picked up. I’m not how he acquired the gnome in the first place, but he brought it back to the house and placed it on the ground. I didn’t know it was strange at first. I thought it was just an ordinary garden gnome, so I put it in the front yard, near the garden of course. But like everyday the gnome would disappear from the location it was at by itself. And reappear in a different location in the lot entirely, switch poses and stuff.
It was pretty creepy.
Mm… Well something to share before I go to bed. And as always, have a good day everyone.~
Would it be weird if a guy had ball jointed dolls in his room?
I wouldn’t really think it’s strange… I suppose it would depend on the types of BJD’s. I think the really cute ones, everyone would like them.
But like I said, it would depend on the doll.
Well, where else are guys supposed to keep their BJDs? This is a really strange question, no wonder you didn’t know how to answer it, ha ha.
Is anonymous assuming we do anything different with our dolls because of our gender, that if we keep them in our rooms with us we must be pervy or something? I feel like this is a really loaded ask. Like, it really answers itself — it seems more like, ‘is it not strange for guys to keep dolls in their room?’ to me than anything else. Could just be me or the wording, but really.
You know why I keep my dolls in my room? Because that’s where my stuff goes. It’s actually gotten to the point where I have so much doll stuff that it requires its own room, but I still usually keep one or two in the main room (where we sleep), because they’re nice for me to look at when I can’t sleep. Like having a really expensive stuffed toy, almost.
And there’s really nothing wrong with that, or anywhere I choose to keep my dolls. So.
(And no, I’m not bitching at you, I’m just kind of off put by your Anon’s question. Sorry if it sounds otherwise! :).)
I agree completely, there’s nothing wrong with that at all.~
Imagine your icon vandalizing your house, and when you see them, they make their current expression.