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karnzter

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About karnzter

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  • Birthday 03/19/1991

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  • Name
    Ana
  • Gender
    Gender neutral non-conforming female
  • Pronouns
    She/her
  • Location
    Trying to find a perfect spot to hide away from modern society
  • Romanticism
    Hetero gray-aroflux, predominantly apothiromantic and caedromantic, platonic, affectionate (but with consent and conditions)
  • Sexuality
    Gray-aceflux, predominantly apothisexual, companionate

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  1. Arocalyptors who have seen Detective Pikachu, is it good? I'm thinking of watching tomorrow, but seeing its Tomatometer's giving me second thoughts.

    1. Ace of Amethysts

      Ace of Amethysts

      I haven't seen it either, but it looks better than I thought it would be.

    2. Holmbo

      Holmbo

      I haven't seen it yet but one of my friends wanted to treat me to a ticket as a thanks. I'm kinda hesitant about if I'll like it, but oh well, it seems like the most promising options compared to the alternatives.

    3. Krispy

      Krispy

      in movie terms, no. but in overall rating from me has to be a 10/10, just because it is hilarious, both unintentionally and intentionally. I would definitely recommend that you watch it.  

  2. This one's another good aro/apothiro/antiro song
  3. One more. Heating it again made me realize it's an apothiromantic/antiromantic song. NIKI's Warpaint
  4. Selena Gomez's Same Old Love Joji's Test Drive and No Fun Lady Gaga's Alejandro Beyoncé's Sorry Bryan Adams' Love Is Hell Puddle of Mudd's She Hates Me AlunaGeorge's Attracting Flies
  5. I'd rather hopefully win the current record-breaking lottery jackpot and use the winnings to: pay all my debts to my parents pay-off all of my family's loans and debts get my mother her dream car purchase the vacant lot next to our house renovate/remodel/repair the current house and expand and paint it using the purchased lot make an office for the family business invest in a food-based franchise(s) donate to our charities of choice get back to that weight-loss program that I abruptly stopped more than 4 years ago get a gym and yoga membership go back to therapy have me and everyone in my family get a general check-up fix and upgrade my grandparents' house (as promised to my late grandfather) have a new PC build that's up-to-date with the current hardwares in the market travel to Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Norway, Italy, France, Canada and Hong Kong as a family or alone watch my/our very first live Singapore Grand Prix (even better if it's in the Paddock Club) and split the remaining money equally with my family and put it in our respective savings than get married.
  6. New discoveries/realizations! I know I said the last time that it'll be the last, but the songs/memories/realizations keep on coming. The Lonely Island's Hugs (feat. Pharrell Williams) TLC's No Scrubs and Dear Lie
  7. You still can. I'm also the type that's open to the consideration of having a family of my own in the future, but in a non-traditional and social-normative/amatonormative way. Maybe as civil/domestic partners than a legally and/or religiously-recognized marriage. A 'husband' is also considered in the equation, but seen more as a platonic companionate life partner that I have carefully and properly discussed, planned and consented with to raise/co-parent a child or children together in one roof without the romance and sex (especially if the guy could be really hesitant because of the whole sexless and romanceless marriage/partnership and family dynamic).
  8. Okay. Three last songs. Assuming these can be aro (and ace)-themed based on the lyrics: Joji's Slow Dancing In the Dark Tina Turner's What's Love Got to Do With It? Good Charlotte's I Don't Wanna Be In Love (Dance Floor Anthem)
  9. What you said is true. I went through a catfish/loss of trust/trauma/privacy-invasion/heartbreak years ago that triggered my repulsion, cynicism, anger and judgement against romance. Post Malone's Over Now is so harsh and angry it speaks to me. Anything with a 'heartbreak-ish' theme speaks romance repulsion in my mind. It's like telling others that there's no such thing as a perfect romance/relationship/love, it's not a severe necessity/importance, counts as a word/tale of caution/warning and everything is just an unwanted public scandal waiting to happen. Those songs I've listed are the kind that makes me sing out loud to shut out the amatonormativity and societal/media/social/cultural influence of romance all around me.
  10. More new songs, and transferring a few of the new ones from the last list to keep it up-to-date Mariah Carey's Obsessed The Saturdays' Keep Her, Lies, Chasing Lights, Fall, Forever Is Over, Ego, Wordshaker and Not Good Enough Calvin Harris' Sweet Nothing (feat. Florence Welch) My Chemical Romance's I Don't Love You Example's I Don't Want To Justin Timberlake's Cry Me a River Timbaland's Apologize (feat. OneRepublic) Omarion's Ice Box Gabriella Cilmi's Sweet About Me Avril Lavigne's Losing Grip, Complicated, Anything But Ordinary and Don't Tell Me Simple Plan's Shut Up! (another big FU to amatonormativity anthem) Carly Simon's You're So Vain Janet Jackson's Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You) Bon Jovi's It's My Life Annie's Chewing Gum and I Know Ur Girlfriend Hates Me The Pussycat Dolls' Wait a Minute (feat. Timbaland) and Beep (feat. will.i.am) P!nk's Raise Your Glass MIKA's Blame It On the Girls Terror Jr's Dead Girl Walking Snakehips' Days With You (feat. Sinead Harnett) Datarock's Not Me Radioactive Sago Project's Wasak Na Wasak and Alak Sugal Kape Babae Kabaong (I can't find Tagalog-to-English translations for both, but I find them both a bit of aro/apothiro/antiro songs) Mark Morrison's Return of the Mack Imogen Heap's Hide and Seek
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