Friends till Death

Friends till Death

by *milk+assassin*
Dark dramedy about queer problematic teens, who obviously didn't have enough problems now that they have to deal with unholy space creatures too.

Maybe you'll think twice before befriending and crashing at the appartment of an unstable alien boy next time.
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Friends till Death

Dark dramedy about queer problematic teens, who obviously didn't have enough problems now that they have to deal with unholy space creatures too.

Maybe you'll think twice before befriending and crashing at the appartment of an unstable alien boy next time.

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My knowledge of German on this page stretches as far as "Ich" which I get as "I" XD

*Goes to translate* D'aww...

...though he's saying they can't be together, whilst sleeping virtually as naked as the pic shows in the same bed.

Also I second @WingFreak I'd like to see more bodyhair drawn and more varied and realistic bodytypes.
Seriously, what all happened between since the last time we saw these guys? I mean, I have my guesses, but... XD

Also, I'm loving the body hair. Not enough of it in BL media, at least in my opinion. (*v* )
aw...this make sad feels...
A rare antique fanart of boy lessons characters from Boy Lessons by dorliah RIGHT HERE
A kitty Jura maid by for-artsies RIGHT HERE

Bailey Rae
@Peter: thank you
@Leslie: yes. As inhumane as it may sound I wish I'd experience death of my grandparents before I'd lose someone this close to me :(
@sstogner1: thank you
@theprinceofboxes: I'm sorry to hear this happened to you too and I'm glad you got through it.
Nice ass ya get there Jura ;)
HEY! the fact that you still got back on your feet after it all is amazing. Keep up the good work!!! ~\(≧▽≦)/~
Peter (Guest)
August 18th, 2017
It's a process
Welcome back. Thanks for the note, it's amazing how little we understand about how we feel until we are reminded by something like this, isn't it?

But remember, grief is a process not a destination. It will get easier over time, but you'll still have moments. And that's OK, it's normal.

But you won't, and shouldn't, carry your grief all your life. Also, your guilt is just part of the process. I know you won't believe it now, but you will eventually realize that you're being a bit hard on yourself at the moment.

We can't undo the past, but we can certainly learn to understand it, and accept it for what it is. Acceptance will come in time despite how raw it feels now.

In the meantime, try not to be too hard on yourself.

August 18th, 2017
I can't remember much from when my two grandads died only 2 months apart, I was only eight, so so young. It was so sudden, both died from a heart attack. The only thing I remember properly about the grieving was that I had these dreams for weeks about us leaving my grandma's house, me forgetting to say goodbye and then never seeing her again. I regret not talking to anyone at the time and I was so paranoid of forgetting to say goodbye to my grandparents and anyone really. Time has healed a lot, but the scars are still there, fading so very slowly. I am still young and have yet to lose my parents but I will definitely tell them how much I love them in the meantime. They're divorced but I love them both and I am still amazed by how good my situation is in comparison to so many others. There is so much want to say but I'll keep it at this:
Death is inevitable and we will all have to deal with it sooner or later and we're never prepared, but when it happens we need to take care of ourselves.

P.S. Do take this with a grain of salt, I'm only a teenager and still have a lot to learn and I'm sorry if I sound ignorant or if this sentiment and story is misplaced.
Ok, he's wayyy too cute cuddled up like that. It shouldn't be allowed, I'm pretty sure that borders illegal territory.

Glad to see you back, I hope that your recovery from your loss is going as smoothly as it can. Don't feel like something is wrong, or that it's bad to slip back into sadness when you think you've passed it. Mourning is different for everyone, so long as you handle it healthily, everything can get better.
Leslie (Guest)
August 16th, 2017
My dad died recently, too. I feel like you need to know death before you can prepare for it, as in start to appreciate the people around you more. Something that helped me stop being so mad at myself was that I realized I didn't have that perspective and I was too immature. I wish you all the best and please take care of yourself. Sending all the good vibes and best wishes for yourself and your family.
August 16th, 2017
Oh my gosh! Yes! So cute!!! XD Why can't they be a thing though? I'm starting to see this isn't going to happen, or at least it appears that way, but I really wish it could be! ^-^
August 16th, 2017
I'm so sorry for your loss, I can relate to you about your father situation, although mine is still alive, I truly wish he would go away, but I know ill have to leave instead of him when I am older. My condolences for your father's passing, I hope you get better.
August 16th, 2017
Find people you can talk with...don't hold those feelings in. They are normal and there are others who have gone through this, you aren't alone... I hope you find peace soon :) Sending healing thoughts.
I am glad to see you back and sharing words of wisdom andI totally agree. when my dad died I shut down and I couldn't get myself to try for months and I told no one and just hid in my room. because the last i said to him was rude. so I appreciate you being open about it and I think it's cool that you are back already.
i hope you continue to heal
August 16th, 2017
Welcome back. Hope you're holding up a bit better. Sorry to hear that though. I can't really offer advice for your situation but my sympathies.

Also what quite happened in this bedroom since we saw it last XD