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Anonymous asked: "You do understand that voguefemming is reminding you to hold yourself accountable to your own standards. You can't be mad about someone re-posting an image that you used Paint to add text to, especially because you aren't the creator of those images in the first place They're not detracting from your market; they're not trying to pull one over on you; they're just posting it. Get over it."

First of all, I do not use paint to add text to my posts. They are not stealing my work, per se, but they are stealing the time that I put in to cap the episodes. Is it hard work? No, not in any way at all. It’s very easy. But I still put the time in because I love doing it. I posted those images because I took the time to cap them myself. Someone reposted them when they could’ve EASILY reblogged them.

This issue will not be discussed further, and frankly, if you think it’s ok to steal posts from another blog, please unfollow me.


I wasn’t going to post this (it’s in response to my last post), but this is honestly one of the funniest things I’ve ever read. Should all of tumblr be reported for copyright infringement, then? Unfollow if you have to, I guess.

I wasn’t going to post this (it’s in response to my last post), but this is honestly one of the funniest things I’ve ever read. Should all of tumblr be reported for copyright infringement, then? Unfollow if you have to, I guess.


I just now had to report another user for stealing and reposting multiple posts that I’ve made. I hope all of you know that I work very hard on this blog. Every single one of my 1,500+ posts have been made entirely by me. Reposting is extremely uncool, especially considering just pressing the reblog button is 100 times easier. The next time I see a repost, it will without a question be reported to tumblr, and you will be blocked from this blog.

If any one of you wonderful followers happen to come across a repost, please let me know!