ben var ya, ben seni gördüğüm ilk günden beri seviyorum eda. sana gittim onun gerçek yüzünü gösterdim sen hala onu sevdiğini söylüyorsun. şimdi sorun bende mi sende mi ha söylesene. bence sorun bende değil sende eda. tamam ben kaba olabilirim, küfür ediyor olabilirim, yakışıklı olmayabilirim, ingilizce bilmiyor olabilirim. ama ben seviyorum anladın mı, ben senin için sabahtan akşama kadar past continuous tense çalıştım eda, biliyor musun? oturdum evde çalıştım.
PAKISTAN. Outskirts of Islamabad. February 20 & 25 & 26, 2014. Portraits of Afghan refugees.
(1) Eight-year-old Ibraheem Rahees.
(2) Six-year-old Zarlakhta Nawab.
(3) Seven-year-old Hazrat Babir.
(4) Five-year-old Hamagai Akbar.
For three decades, the world’s largest source of refugees has been Afghanistan. Beginning in 1979, when the Soviet Union invaded the country, millions poured across the Afghan borders with Pakistan and Iran. After the war with the Soviets ended in 1989, many remained as Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, Ahmed Shah Massoud and other warlords clashed for control of the country during the early 1990s. In the latter half of the decade, the Taliban rose from the ashes of the civil war, driving millions more from Afghanistan and keeping those who had already fled far from their homes.
The result is that entire generations of Afghan children have been born and lived their entire lives in Pakistan.
“Their tough life makes them look older and react as elderly people,” Muheisen said, “but their innocence is right there in their eyes.“ The boys and girls in Muheisen’s portraits are only a handful of the millions of Afghan refugees living inside Pakistan, a forgotten few in the middle of a largely forgotten mass of people.
The dynamic camera of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U moves to keep all characters on screen while they are still within the bounds of the current stage, zooming in and out to give a significant amount of breathing room for everyone involved. In addition to this, the camera will also adjust itself based on different stage considerations (such as changing stage size) and thus will act at least slightly differently depending on the stage chosen.
How the turtles would react to accidentally hitting you: Donatello
He didn’t look at you. He was mumbling something, but you presumed it was in Japanese. He had a tendency to do that - whenever nervous, or concentrating he slips into the language without really controlling it. You think it’s cute, when he mutters under his breath, but now you could see the guilt in his expression, and how his eyes were beginning to shine.
“Donnie…” You looked closely at him. Your head hurt - Donatello had hit you over the head with his stick, unintentionally, and now it was beginning to pound - but not nearly as much as it hurt to see Donnie shrink in his shell. For an over-6-foot, mutant turtle (who happened to be a ninja) he’d become awfully small.
How the turtles would react to accidentally hitting you: Leonardo
The room fell silent in a second; not one of them even dared move a muscle, not even Leo. He’d frozen. He didn’t move, he didn’t blink, hell you didn’t even think he was breathing by this point. He just stared forward, his ocean eyes filling with their own little oceans that threatened to spill down his cheeks if you didn’t say something soon. He needed you to be ok, he needed you to tell him it was alright, and that you weren’t hurt, he needed you to do something; because he couldn’t. He hadn’t meant to lash out, he hadn’t meant to shout, he hadn’t meant to hurt you. He was the calm one, the leader, he was supposed to stay level headed - he didn’t know how to react to this. Because this wasn’t him, it was against everything he ever thought or believed, and suddenly everything around him was crumbling down.