rp-ask-box-memes:

Send me 死 and my muse will react to finding yours not breathing.

Put one of these in my askbox! (Held Captive and tortured)

aurora-gallifreywanderer:

  • "You can’t do this!"
  • "Who’s going to stop me?"
  • "Don’t try to struggle. It’s useless."
  • "Oh, I’m sorry. Did that hurt?"
  • "I’m just going to try a few experiments."
  • "There, that should keep you quiet."
  • "Where did I place that knife?"
  • "Stop it! You’re hurting me!"
  • "Please, let me go!"
  • "These ropes are too tight!"
  • "It’s locked!"
  • "Let us go!"
  • "It’s only just the beginning."
  • "Open your mouth!"
  • "Mmmph!"
If you’re brave enough, send me “Do it.”

frommemetoyou:

I’ll generate a number from 1-30
Mixture of NSFW and fluff~

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My muse has been changed into the opposite gender, what does your muse do?
I want the K

1: Neck Nibble

Komyona inched toward Xaniel, planting a kiss on his neck. She hesitantly but lightly gave him a small nibble, then pulled away, embarrassed.

Send me ‘I want the K’ and I’ll generate a number (NSFW version)
  • 1: Neck Nibble
  • 2: Nipple Nibble
  • 3: Licking Whipped Cream Off Body
  • 4: Sucking A Body Part
  • 5: Kiss With Tongue
  • 6: Inner-thigh Kiss
  • 7: Scratches
  • 8: Hair pulling
  • 9: Jawline biting
  • 10: Belly-button Kiss
  • 11: Tongue teasing
  • 12: Striptease
  • 13: Groping body part
  • 14: Suck Along the Hips
  • 15: Shower Kiss
  • 16: Spooning
  • 17: Naked massage
  • 18: Pearl Necklace
  • 19: Hand job
  • 20: Any of the Above
  • 21: Oral Sex

Send me a “What?!” for my character’s reaction to yours sliding their hand in my character’s pants.

inboxideas:

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Other than the one being played, what character could you see the mun playing?

     - Bonus points if you say why

[all] quirks my muse habitually has.

good-moods:

Writers, bold all of your character’s regular truths.

1. Smoking: the action or habit of inhaling and exhaling the smoke of tobacco or a drug.
2. Binge drinking: the consumption of an excessive amount of alcohol in a short period of time.
3. Drug abuse: the habitual taking of illegal drugs.
4. Nail biting: a common body language sign of anxiety/tension.
5. Lip biting: a common body language sign of anxiety/tension.
6. Night Owl: a person who is habitually active or wakeful at night.
7. Early bird: a person who rises, arrives, or acts before the usual or expected time.
8. Negative attitudes: a philosophy of approaching life with criticism and pessimism.
9. Positive attitudes: a philosophy of approaching life with optimism and confidence.
10. Swearing: the use of offensive language.
11. Superstitious: an irrational belief that an object, action, or circumstance not logically related to a course of events influences its outcome.
12. Inspecting fingernails: a common body language sign of boredom.
13. Scratching your neck: a common body language sign of uncertainty.
14. Foot and finger tapping: a common body language sign of stress/impatience.
15. Nose touch: a subtle body language sign of deceit.
16. Flipping hair: a common body language sign of craving attention.
17. Twirling hair: a common body language sign of flirtation.
18. Cracking knuckles: a common body language sign of readiness.
19. Hands behind back: a common body language sign of confidence.
20. Finger pointing: a common body language sign of authority.
21. Hands on hips: a common body language sign of readiness.
22: Hands in pockets: a common body language sign of mistrust/reluctance.
23. Frequent touch: a common body language sign of warmth/familiarity.
24. Throat-clearing: a common body language sign of rejection/doubt.
25: Jaw-clenching: a common body language sign of hostility.
26: Eye-rolling: a common body language sign of irritation.
27: Head-tilt: a common body language sign of interest.
28. Whistling: to emit high-pitched sound by forcing breath through a small hole between one’s lips or teeth; usually to a tune.
29. Humming: make a low, steady continuous sound like that of a bee; usually to a tune.
30. Perfectionism: refusal to accept any standard short of perfection.
31. Photographic memory: the ability to remember information or visual images in great detail.
32. Paranoia: a mental condition characterized by delusions of persecution, unwarranted jealousy, or exaggerated self-importance, typically worked into an organized system.
33. Exaggeration: a statement that represents something as better or worse than it really is.
34: Intuitive: using or based on what one feels to be true even without conscious reasoning; instinctive.
35: Quick-witted: showing or characterized by an ability to think or respond quickly and effectively.
36: Interrupting: breaking the continuity of a conversation with one’s own statements.
37: Doodling: to scribble or make rough drawings, absent-mindedly.
38: Irritable: having or showing a tendency to be easily annoyed.
39: Gambling: to play games of chance for money; bet.
40: Travel-sick: suffering from nausea caused by the motion of a moving vehicle, boat, or aircraft.
41: Sensitive: having or displaying a quick and delicate appreciation of others’ feelings.
42: Melancholy: a feeling of pensive sadness, typically with no obvious cause.
43: Chewing gum: the exercise of chewing flavoured gum which is not intended for swallowing.
44: Fidgeting: to make small movements, especially of the hands and feet, through nervousness or impatience.
45: Skeptical: not easily convinced; having doubts or reservations.
46: Neat-freak: compulsively obsessed with cleanliness.
47: Gossiping: divulging personal information about others.
48: Prim: feeling or showing disapproval of anything regarded as improper; stiffly correct.
49: Abbreviating: Giving others nicknames/shortening names/giving pet names.
50: Having a catchphrase: having a sentence or phrase typically associated with a specific person.

Send a “ω” and my muse will react to being licked by yours.