I took my kitten to the vet and all the veterinarians were all cuddling him and tickling him and going “awwwwww” and I realized that even though they see kittens every day they never get tired of it because they love them so much. And then I thought about gynecologists.
Take, for example, what happens in a supermarket when another check out line opens. Instead of calmly indicating the person at the top of the queue, yet to unload their basket onto the conveyor belt, should head up the new checkout line, there is this mad dash like a scattered flock of sheep, and one’s standing in the original queue becomes completely irrelevant. If you are fast enough, you can theoretically come from well behind and end up getting served before the person five people in front of you, who has been patiently waiting for 10 minutes. And no one thinks anything of it.
danthewolfman said:Hey I know this is dumb, but I saw your post about your boyfriend being an adorable dweeb. I had no idea that there were any gay/bi/pan/etc people working at Rooster Teeth (I mean I assumed due to statistics, but I didn't want to make any assumptions). And I just wanted to say thank you. As an aspiring animator and a gay guy, you sort of give me a person to look up to. And there aren't many people that i know of so thanks. I'm sorry if this is weird, but happy resting after the wrap up. :)
It’s not weird at all! I’m just doing my job and being myself, and if that happens to make even...