↳ Tsukiyama Shuu + Foreign Language Part 2

Happy birthday to the 20th Ward’s #1 food connoisseur Tsukiyama Shuu!! (ღ˘⌣˘ღ) 


On the Discworld, the number between seven and nine is considered bad luck. Nobody says it by name, for the same reason you don’t say things that might get your soul eaten by the dark god Bel-Shamharoth. (That reason being, of course, that it might get your soul eaten by the dark god Bel-Shamharoth.) For this reason, people call it “7a.”

Rincewind is a professional runner-away-from of scary things. It’s a known fact that the universe is perpetually out to almost get him. He wasn’t surprised that he happened to live in a room numbered 7a.

My apartment? Floor eight, room 7a.

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Happy 34th birthday,Joseph Gordon-Levitt !

I think that’s one of the biggest roles that movies have, and tv shows have, in our world, is that they make you have empathy, they make you understand other people’s stories.  You know, when you watch a movie, ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ and you feel like you understand what it’s like to live through that and you can empathize with it more.
—  Josh Hutcherson on how he thinks the entertainment industry has an impact on changing perceptions for the better