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I'm just here to reblog things that seem interesting.
so is it just me or does dave’s story not add up?
he tells karkat that he knows he’s with kanaya because kanaya said so
he tells kanaya he knows she’s with karkat because karkat said so
but neither of them said they were with the other
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My mom doesn’t believe that homestuck is healthy. She says it has no use and it just causes me to buy things that aren’t worth buying. She won’t believe that homestuck changed my life and caused me to be less lonely all the time. Point is, reblog if homestuck changed your life positively. Whether it is because you found new talents, friends, or just a way to be yourself, please reblog so I can show my mom how wrong she is.
Seriously, let your mom message me. I am 25 years old and I have lived a very long and very hard life. Homestuck showed me a whole group of people who were just like me. It taught me to stop hating myself, and told me flat out that “growing up is hard”. Not only that, but “it’s hard and no one understands”. I know that line is supposed to be a joke, but it’s the truest piece of advice any media can give you.
Apart from teaching me I’m not alone, Homestuck showed me that everyone is unique and different and everyone is strong. Everyone’s life is just as important and interesting as your own. You are one of billions of people that all live and die the same. It humbled me.
Homestuck gave me a very close group of friends that got me through the darkest depression I have ever experienced. After months of not knowing quite how to smile, this group of kids made me laugh and play and run and joke and flirt again, all things I hadn’t done for 6 months before I met them.
Homestuck gave me something to reconnect with my little sister over. When we were kids, we were inseparable. But when I went into highschool, I met friends and I fell in love and I learned a lot about myself. I became a recluse that ONLY talked to his girlfriend because I hated who I was. This included falling away from my sister. Our bond was broken. After three years of living away from my sister, I moved back in with her, and though we tried, our relationship was never really… the same? And then I found Homestuck. We used to be the kinds of people that hated it and hated the fandom, so when she saw that I was reading it, needless to say she wasn’t exactly eager to hang out with me. However, after about a month, I got her to read it. That Halloween, we rushed out and bought things to make costumes. We rekindled our friendship through Gamzee and Karkat and though I’ve never really gotten to cosplay them at a con with her, I want to more than anything. Because their relationship is OUR relationship. She calms my demons, she reminds me who I am, she’s always there believing in me and loving me and making me stronger—
And that is something Homestuck reminded me of. Homestuck gave me back the most important relationship I have.
Homestuck changed my life more positively than I could imagine and I see it doing the same for HUNDREDS of kids around me. I’ve seen kids come out of a suicidal episode because of their Homestuck friends. I’ve seen introverts go to meet-ups and have the time of their lives. I’ve seen people fall in love over this comic. I’ve seen kids learn how to grow up. I’ve seen everything. This comic has done so much.
Your mom probably won’t ever understand how much this means to you or me or anyone, but it’s real.
Homestuck changes lives.
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