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Last year, on this very same day, Jeon Jungkook gave Jimin a backhug right in front of hundreds of people.

Tonight, at Seoul Music Awards, history repeats itself.


everyone lives AU:Akatsuki - The Last】extra concept sketches
✯ full Akatsuki designs here 

Most designs are inspired by past outfits or early character sketches by Kishi (for example, Obito and Konan, respectively). 

the real question: who wrote the message

recently wanted to try my hand at drawing a bit more realistically, so naturally i had to practice on this beautiful man 🙏 ohm face reveal confirmed u guys

I fell out with a nigga cuz he said I was “self-absorbed”….

Originally posted by pibby

I’ve given my ALL to a nigga before and learned a whole lesson, so that’s honestly the best fucking thing I’ve heard all year. It means growth. Stepping into my purpose: ME!!!! I wanted to yell in Dave Chapelle’s voice: It’s on PURPOSE nigga!! It’s on PURPOSE!!!!! 

He still called the MINUTE I was off the clock from work though. Three times. Texted me saying he “didn’t mean it” psh the fuck

Nah I’m good lmfao

Take that lil ego swerve you tried to pull and crash into the ditch you shoulda been diggin instead of tryna dig holes in MY self-esteem/self-worth nigga. 


Originally posted by kbwow

To outsiders NCT must look like a very serious group of rookies who are ‘cool’ guys. Honestly, NCT stands for Not Cool Tramps. They’re a bunch of hoe ass tramps for one another who ain’t even cool; literally some of the most uncool dudes I know. They’re a bunch of losers who are awkward and annoying dorks. I say that with the utmost love and respect in my heart. I love them so much and I’m glad they have the opportunities to show case their real selves to fans so often^^ because they’re able to its what really creates such a deep connection with the fans.

Originally posted by yoon-to-the-oh

Originally posted by nakamotens

Originally posted by tenrais

Originally posted by smboys

In my band it was me. In Green Day it was Tré. Every band had the one guy in the band who did the booking. Everybody else was trying to pick up on chicks or get food, or meet people. You’d be sitting there in a phone booth next to the van with your notebook, calling—I’m not even joking—100 people. Every evening, trying to get these people to answer the phone, and leaving messages. […] It’s always in retrospect that things seem huge. When you’re on tour you do the exact same thing every day with the same people, the same faces. It’s all the same. All that changes is the building you’re doing it in.
—  Bill Schneider