Go Brazil

anonymous asked:

hoe about an AU where Kaneki takes Hide to the hospital he get's better they start dating (( again?)) mannnnny days later Kaneki propose's to Hide they get married in Disney World, have there honeymoon in Spain, Then they move to Canada Kaneki opens a bookstore and Hide becomes a child therapist ((( I have no idea what Hide was majoring in collage so I just made up a job))) then they adopt the quinx and they live happily ever after!!!

How about they get married in a rabbit park surrounded by rabbits and Hinami is the ringbearer (dressed as a rabbit) and Touka (also dressed as a rabbit) performs the pseudo-priest thing and then they cut a giant rabbit cake and Tsukiyama is the only one not invited but he comes anyway (as per Hide’s private request) and everything is Sunny, Safe, and Hide is Alive and then Kaneki carries Hide bridal style and Actually Kisses Him and then they go to Hawaii or Brazil to hang out with other Japanese peeps who won’t kill them and it’s there they create the Quinx Squad which is just a bunch of cool people to hang out with every weekend and have fun and be very much Alive the end

I think as one gets older there are pains you just learn to live with. Which, admittedly sucks, but it’s just how it seems to be. The pain of missing people, the pain of remembering, etc. And sometimes when you feel like you want people to be there for you as much as you are them. But it comes and goes, that kind of stuff. What’s most important is that you spread your happiness in a way that benefits you. So when people pull away, or move forward, don’t sweat it so much. They’re just doing what they need to do to be happy. You gotta do that too.

There’s so much stuff I wanna do. I wanna go to Brazil, I wanna learn how to cook better, I wanna move to the west coast. I want to write more, read more. I want to be happy with my body, I want to be healthy. And it’s always nice to share that stuff with someone, sure. But if people have different paths than yours you can’t force them to join you. You can force yourself to enjoy it regardless.


World Cup protesters rally behind #NotGoingtoBrazil to air frustrations

Over the weekend, #NotGoingtoBrazil and #NoVoyABrasilPorque became populist hotbeds of anger and frustration at the Brazilian government. While these hashtags are certainly reminiscent of #SochiProblems, the tweets are less focused on unfinished hotels and toilet troubles and more on the underlying political and infrastructural problems that have plagued this World Cup.

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The day that the Brazilian people awakened. 

*photo one:
We leave facebook

*photo two:
Is not the Turkey!
Is not Greece …
Brazil is leaving the inertia!

*photo four:
Reporter attacked by police with pepper spray, even doing nothing Wrong.

*photo five:
Sorry for the inconvenience, we are changing the country.

Events that occurred this week. The police are abusing power, but the Brazilian people will not let this cheap. We will fight back!


"Imagina que legal você poder ir pra um lugar onde ninguém te conhece. Você pode inventar uma personalidade nova se você quiser." "Ué, você não gosta da sua personalidade?" "Gosto. Mas o problema não sou eu.”

"Imagine going to a place where no one knows you. You can even create a new personality if you want to." "Don’t you like your personality?” I do. But I’m not the problem.

The way he looks (2014) | Hoje eu quero voltar sozinho (2014)


Meus pais me ensinaram a agradecer mais do que se queixar, sorrir mais do que ficar triste. Sou privilegiado, tenho a oportunidade de representar 200 milhões de pessoas alegres porque esse é um traço da cultura do povo brasileiro. Jogo ao lado de jogadores que têm história de vida de superação, num grupo de amigos. Então, por que ficar triste? - David Luiz


Harry brought a kid on stage at 5:10.. a kid.. a little kid