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"I’m not saying that it was me who ate the last of the Jolly Rancher jelly beans, buuut let’s pretend for a sec that it was…”

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“..You would put our differences aside, and accept my apology because we are friends and that’s what friends do: they forgive each other, riiight? becauseItrulyamsorry,pleasedon’thitme."

apriloneilthefifthturtle asked:

[123/10; you are Raph, Raph is you. You understand him and faults and why he says certain things with certain body language, it's just very well thought out and sometimes it feels like you don't get enough credit for it.]

temperamental-turtle:

On a scale from 1 to 10 how much do you think I understand the character I roleplay?

[oHMYGOODNESS uHM

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I don’t even know what to say?? That’s so sweet of you— Oh, gosh. :’) I guess this means I should maybe try and do more of what I’ve been doing, then!

As far as me not getting enough credit for it, I’m just extremely grateful for the feedback and support and followers and rp partners that I have. I never thought this blog would have 20 followers, let alone the over-1,300 that it has now.

I do love feedback, though. I really like people asking me questions about Raph, sending me their opinions, their criticisms (as long as they’re kindly worded, that is), their headcanons, etc. I think a large part of my motivation for this blog is not only am I running it for my enjoyment and my love of Raphael, but also for other people who happen to like him and mutant turtles. I love hearing from and talking to other people about this super-awesome character and the show he’s from (actually, I love talking to people in general, but that’s probably obvious).

But, anyway, thank you very much. xD Aheh.]

No problem, buddy! C: I appreciate giving pointers as I do receiving them!

I know what you mean, compliments are nice and constructive criticism is even better. It’s nice to know what you may or may not need to improve on, but no matter what it depends on how you see the character, flaws and all.

Whether you agree with (in this case) Raph or not. He is a teen, as you know, just not the stereotypical-type people try to place him as. He makes mistakes, judges books by their covers, teases, can be moody at times; however, he can be considerate, level headed, respectful, and so on…

Point is: people in general are complex and I find it cool how you acknowledge that. You can say I’m babbling over a fictional character for no reason at all but these concepts really are important. It’s something I try to do when writing April— which I have seriously been slacking on x__x okay, I’m off topic now byyyyyee cx [nono I’m awkward-er-est & talking is good, yes]

Anonymous

Anonymous asked:

//i-is it ok if i try to roleplay with you with an oc from another fandom?..//

[Of course! Thank you for asking, also, may I have a look at your oc? I’m quite interested in who he/she may be. c:]

+ allxtimeastermaster wants a slice of that Kunoichi-Fury

allxtimeastermaster:

"Sorry, sorry! My bad—"

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"He teaches me the fighting skills; the tomfoolery was picked up from a friend of mine. Nice t’meet you, April. Sorry about the pizza… You want me t’order another?"

"Nono. It’s cool, I probably should’ve warned you first— although, your Robin-swinging might’ve been a bit too distracting to notice anyway."

"And that’s comforting, the tomfoolery thing, that is. We can’t have lollygagging taking over our patrols, right? Eventhoughithappensallthetime. A new pizza would be nice.. just pinky swear there will be no pizza stepping this time around?

(Source: apriloneilthefifthturtle)

notxflashboy:

"It wasn’t the handsome red-head wearing the suit that caught your eye..?"

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"And I’m here on hero-business, me and my team. Plus I heard this city’s known for some of their restaurants…so I wasn’t about to complain. And the name’s Kid Flash, by the way."

"Handsome red-head, huh, where? I’ve been searching long and wide for the guy and he never showed up—- eh, must’ve lost ‘em. Bummer.”

"Heroes? In New York? Hmph. We could use some of those-for the day-time at least-I guess you could say the city has their own little ‘guardians’ when the moon touches the sky, but that’s between you and I. So, Kid Flash, not a horrible name but not outstanding either; just tolerable enough. Oh, and I’m April, April O’Neil, future news reporter and killer with a fan. Not to mention I have coupons for any two toppings of pizza I desire.”

eremika:

some people have to stop assuming that everyone on this website has english as their first language

please stop getting mad at people because they make a grammar mistake or something like wow we’re trying really hard okay

fitabled:

Hey guys, just wanted to share a really easy to make healthy snack. If you are ever craving something crunchy and salty that isn’t bad for you and super processed, try making some kale chips! Kale is one of the most nutrient dense varieties of leafy greens and is an awesome way to super charge your health. Here’s how you make kale chips.
1. Get a bundle of kale I paid $1.50 for some organic purple kale. Any kale variety is pretty much fine for kale chips. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. 
2. Wash the kale leafs first and then dry using a salad spinner or by towel. You want the leafs to be as dry as possible or else your chips will come out soft. 
3. Break the kale leafs into smaller chip sized pieces. Peal the leaves off and leave the stiff stalk middle part out of your chip recipe. 
4. Drizzle a small amount of olive or canola oil over your kale and mix until every leaf is coated. I used about a cap full of oil for my whole batch so it doesn’t take much. 
5. Sprinkle a small amount of salt and mix until it’s well distributed throughout the kale. It doesn’t take to much salt, believe me. So go easy on the salt. 
6. Spread the kale leaves in a baking pan or sheet which is covered with parchment paper or tin foil.  The kale should all be in one layer. If you stack the leafs too much it will make the soggy. 
7. Bake for 20 mins at 350 degrees in your oven. 
8. Enjoy! 
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fitabled:

Hey guys, just wanted to share a really easy to make healthy snack. If you are ever craving something crunchy and salty that isn’t bad for you and super processed, try making some kale chips! Kale is one of the most nutrient dense varieties of leafy greens and is an awesome way to super charge your health. Here’s how you make kale chips.
1. Get a bundle of kale I paid $1.50 for some organic purple kale. Any kale variety is pretty much fine for kale chips. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. 
2. Wash the kale leafs first and then dry using a salad spinner or by towel. You want the leafs to be as dry as possible or else your chips will come out soft. 
3. Break the kale leafs into smaller chip sized pieces. Peal the leaves off and leave the stiff stalk middle part out of your chip recipe. 
4. Drizzle a small amount of olive or canola oil over your kale and mix until every leaf is coated. I used about a cap full of oil for my whole batch so it doesn’t take much. 
5. Sprinkle a small amount of salt and mix until it’s well distributed throughout the kale. It doesn’t take to much salt, believe me. So go easy on the salt. 
6. Spread the kale leaves in a baking pan or sheet which is covered with parchment paper or tin foil.  The kale should all be in one layer. If you stack the leafs too much it will make the soggy. 
7. Bake for 20 mins at 350 degrees in your oven. 
8. Enjoy! 
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fitabled:

Hey guys, just wanted to share a really easy to make healthy snack. If you are ever craving something crunchy and salty that isn’t bad for you and super processed, try making some kale chips! Kale is one of the most nutrient dense varieties of leafy greens and is an awesome way to super charge your health. Here’s how you make kale chips.
1. Get a bundle of kale I paid $1.50 for some organic purple kale. Any kale variety is pretty much fine for kale chips. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. 
2. Wash the kale leafs first and then dry using a salad spinner or by towel. You want the leafs to be as dry as possible or else your chips will come out soft. 
3. Break the kale leafs into smaller chip sized pieces. Peal the leaves off and leave the stiff stalk middle part out of your chip recipe. 
4. Drizzle a small amount of olive or canola oil over your kale and mix until every leaf is coated. I used about a cap full of oil for my whole batch so it doesn’t take much. 
5. Sprinkle a small amount of salt and mix until it’s well distributed throughout the kale. It doesn’t take to much salt, believe me. So go easy on the salt. 
6. Spread the kale leaves in a baking pan or sheet which is covered with parchment paper or tin foil.  The kale should all be in one layer. If you stack the leafs too much it will make the soggy. 
7. Bake for 20 mins at 350 degrees in your oven. 
8. Enjoy! 
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fitabled:

Hey guys, just wanted to share a really easy to make healthy snack. If you are ever craving something crunchy and salty that isn’t bad for you and super processed, try making some kale chips! Kale is one of the most nutrient dense varieties of leafy greens and is an awesome way to super charge your health. Here’s how you make kale chips.
1. Get a bundle of kale I paid $1.50 for some organic purple kale. Any kale variety is pretty much fine for kale chips. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. 
2. Wash the kale leafs first and then dry using a salad spinner or by towel. You want the leafs to be as dry as possible or else your chips will come out soft. 
3. Break the kale leafs into smaller chip sized pieces. Peal the leaves off and leave the stiff stalk middle part out of your chip recipe. 
4. Drizzle a small amount of olive or canola oil over your kale and mix until every leaf is coated. I used about a cap full of oil for my whole batch so it doesn’t take much. 
5. Sprinkle a small amount of salt and mix until it’s well distributed throughout the kale. It doesn’t take to much salt, believe me. So go easy on the salt. 
6. Spread the kale leaves in a baking pan or sheet which is covered with parchment paper or tin foil.  The kale should all be in one layer. If you stack the leafs too much it will make the soggy. 
7. Bake for 20 mins at 350 degrees in your oven. 
8. Enjoy! 
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fitabled:

Hey guys, just wanted to share a really easy to make healthy snack. If you are ever craving something crunchy and salty that isn’t bad for you and super processed, try making some kale chips! Kale is one of the most nutrient dense varieties of leafy greens and is an awesome way to super charge your health. Here’s how you make kale chips.
1. Get a bundle of kale I paid $1.50 for some organic purple kale. Any kale variety is pretty much fine for kale chips. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. 
2. Wash the kale leafs first and then dry using a salad spinner or by towel. You want the leafs to be as dry as possible or else your chips will come out soft. 
3. Break the kale leafs into smaller chip sized pieces. Peal the leaves off and leave the stiff stalk middle part out of your chip recipe. 
4. Drizzle a small amount of olive or canola oil over your kale and mix until every leaf is coated. I used about a cap full of oil for my whole batch so it doesn’t take much. 
5. Sprinkle a small amount of salt and mix until it’s well distributed throughout the kale. It doesn’t take to much salt, believe me. So go easy on the salt. 
6. Spread the kale leaves in a baking pan or sheet which is covered with parchment paper or tin foil.  The kale should all be in one layer. If you stack the leafs too much it will make the soggy. 
7. Bake for 20 mins at 350 degrees in your oven. 
8. Enjoy! 
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fitabled:

Hey guys, just wanted to share a really easy to make healthy snack. If you are ever craving something crunchy and salty that isn’t bad for you and super processed, try making some kale chips! Kale is one of the most nutrient dense varieties of leafy greens and is an awesome way to super charge your health. Here’s how you make kale chips.
1. Get a bundle of kale I paid $1.50 for some organic purple kale. Any kale variety is pretty much fine for kale chips. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. 
2. Wash the kale leafs first and then dry using a salad spinner or by towel. You want the leafs to be as dry as possible or else your chips will come out soft. 
3. Break the kale leafs into smaller chip sized pieces. Peal the leaves off and leave the stiff stalk middle part out of your chip recipe. 
4. Drizzle a small amount of olive or canola oil over your kale and mix until every leaf is coated. I used about a cap full of oil for my whole batch so it doesn’t take much. 
5. Sprinkle a small amount of salt and mix until it’s well distributed throughout the kale. It doesn’t take to much salt, believe me. So go easy on the salt. 
6. Spread the kale leaves in a baking pan or sheet which is covered with parchment paper or tin foil.  The kale should all be in one layer. If you stack the leafs too much it will make the soggy. 
7. Bake for 20 mins at 350 degrees in your oven. 
8. Enjoy! 
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fitabled:

Hey guys, just wanted to share a really easy to make healthy snack. If you are ever craving something crunchy and salty that isn’t bad for you and super processed, try making some kale chips! Kale is one of the most nutrient dense varieties of leafy greens and is an awesome way to super charge your health. Here’s how you make kale chips.

1. Get a bundle of kale I paid $1.50 for some organic purple kale. Any kale variety is pretty much fine for kale chips. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. 

2. Wash the kale leafs first and then dry using a salad spinner or by towel. You want the leafs to be as dry as possible or else your chips will come out soft. 

3. Break the kale leafs into smaller chip sized pieces. Peal the leaves off and leave the stiff stalk middle part out of your chip recipe. 

4. Drizzle a small amount of olive or canola oil over your kale and mix until every leaf is coated. I used about a cap full of oil for my whole batch so it doesn’t take much. 

5. Sprinkle a small amount of salt and mix until it’s well distributed throughout the kale. It doesn’t take to much salt, believe me. So go easy on the salt. 

6. Spread the kale leaves in a baking pan or sheet which is covered with parchment paper or tin foil.  The kale should all be in one layer. If you stack the leafs too much it will make the soggy. 

7. Bake for 20 mins at 350 degrees in your oven. 

8. Enjoy! 

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