Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Anonymous asked:
Your dolls are super cute :3

Thanks so much!! <3

Tuesday, September 23, 2014
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Thursday, June 19, 2014
Anonymous asked:
Lol lol I'm going full stalker mode here trying to make sure you see this :P I have sent you a message on your facebooks, but it might show up in the "other" folder since were not added on each other's friends. Anyway it's a "private" question so I can't post it here :3 :3 :3

hey anon I’m not sure which facebooks you mean but I only have one now…

Sunday, May 25, 2014
Shika&#8217;s style is changing and I can&#8217;t seem to stop it! But on the plus side she is getting cuter by the second 💕
Thursday, January 16, 2014


If you enjoy Neopets, then please check out my friend’s new pet site, goatlings.com! Adopt a cute little goat, deck it out in cool clothes and colors, customize your own avatar, play games, and have lots of fun! If you sign up, please put Smutchy as your referral! :D

Signal boosting this again! Please help my friend’s site grow! :D don’t forget to put Smutchy as your referral!! :3
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Got the splitpic app and it’s actually really fun to mess around with! So here is Linnea being my model :3
Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Little Rant :x→



I love, love, love to read about people’s dolly characters and what not. I love that some people have these huge elaborate stories orbiting their dolls, it’s really creative and fun! What I don’t like, however, is when people create doll characters (or any characters for that matter) that…

Although I get what you’re trying to say here, and I understand that you are saying it for absolutely the right reasons, I don’t agree that people shouldn’t have characters who have things like alcohol / drug addictions, eating disorders, mental illnesses etc. If they aren’t represented in characters, not just in the BJD community, but in general - films, tv, art, literature - then we risk going back to a place where they are taboo, not mentioned, something no one wants to deal with or address. I don’t agree with ‘glamorizing’ certain things, but I don’t think that’s necessarily always the case. People often express their own suffering in their art, and in this case, their dolls. I’m not saying there aren’t people who just think it’s ‘cool’ .. just like there are in real life. And of course, it isn’t. But even so, to go back to a place where these things are considered something that should not be expressed and represented in various forms of art, would be very bad. 

I totally agree with you there. I was mostly trying to say that when these disorders are just a simple personality trait instead of being taken seriously within the character it makes light of them and tends to glamorize things. That can lead to young people thinking those types of things are trendy and something they should emulate. I feel like a lot of the people I’ve seen who have dolls that have bios of “self harmer” as if it’s a trait like “dancer” or “painter” are generally younger and are probably already emulating someone somewhere that they saw glamorizing the concept as well :\ it’s a vicious cycle and it shouldn’t be taken so lightly by people. I agree that exposure to how awful the disorders are is a good thing, but when people are taking fancy, romanticized photos of their dolls’ wrists bleeding, that isn’t really the kind of exposure that educates. :(

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