This is what our intern Chrissy (who is a feminist with a BA in cellular & molecular bio, a Masters in biomedical engineering, and she’s currently in med school) has to say to Planned Parenthood.
‪#‎DearPP‬ ‪#‎ConsistentlyQuirky‬

Barton, M. B., Harris, R., & Fletcher, S. W. (1999). Does This Patient Have Breast Cancer?: The Screening Clinical Breast Examination: Should It Be Done? How? Jama, 282(13), 1270-1280.

anonymous asked:

Hello, if it's not too much to ask, I was wondering if you could help me with this? (It's too long so I'm screenshotting it ><) 67(.)media(.)tumblr(.)com/abc9683cfd5f13bb8a0f92e5420d4571/tumblr_oas9zxBLR21st341so1_1280(.)png

Hi! I think it’s one of those spelling rules that kind of don’t make sense. I realized while talking to others that there are some cases that don’t follow the expected sound/spelling. If you see ㅅ on the bottom, usually it should have a d/t sound when followed by another hard consonant. The same sounds could be made by putting ㄷ or ㅌ on the bottom, but maybe it allows for more vocabulary variety by using ㅅ also.

맛술 (matsool/massool) 핫도그 (hotdogeu) 갓세븐 (gotsebeun) 

But further confusing the rule is: 맛있어 (mashissuh- It’s delicious) 맛없어 (matupssuh- It tastes bad)

맞다 (mahtda- it’s correct) / 받았어 (badassuh- received it) / 밑에 (meetae- underneath) / 곳 (goht- a place) / 먼 곳에 (mun gohse- far away place) / 곧 (goht- soon)


A robot… AU…?

One was built to replace a dead yet unrequited love, one was built to take the place of a beloved granddaughter who may never wake, and one was built… just because

I wonder which is which? :’D