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As I live and breathe, what do we have here? Proof of a beating heart and a refreshed set of circumstances. I would drink the moment in, but to be frank the process of mending my bruised ribs would cut such occasion short.  Woe be to the man who dares change the status quo, for it is they who shall be the first stoned.  Pitiable.

Still, now that I’m upon my feet once more what better moment to show myself than the present?  Yes, yes, I did require some sprucing, some preening and more often than not the mere search for service is arduous at best and taxing at its worst. But…I’ll argue that this little question had a bit of polish to it.  Always endearing to meet a fan, really.

(Fresh haircut, the same I always get. Yes, it always starts in reference to Guillem March’s Batman 23.2 cover and has ever since that issue came out.  The collar of the suit had been choking me for some time but today wasn’t harsh upon it in the least! Good tidings.  Also I’m enjoying reading the commentary that folks are leaving in their tags based off of that babbling piece I put out yesterday. Perhaps this calls for a more in-depth discussion less about the sociological sphere of legacy and more pointed directly at an analysis of Edward himself. Oh, how he will balk. Regardless, I’m on a positive path right now and will attempt to continue putting out what content I can! Take care, everyone!)

2016 AP Score Distributions

AP Macroeconomics:  5: 16.1%; 4: 23.4%; 3: 16.2%; 2: 17.5%; 1: 26.8%.

AP Microeconomics: 5: 15.3%; 4: 27.3%; 3: 23%; 2: 14.4%; 1: 20%. 

AP Calculus AB: 5: 24.4%; 4: 17.4%; 3: 17.6%; 2: 9.7%; 1: 30.9%.

AP Calculus BC: 5: 48.4%; 4: 15.5%; 3: 17.6%; 2: 5.9%; 1: 12.6%.

AP Environmental Science: 5: 7.4%; 4: 23%; 3: 14.8%; 2: 26%; 1: 28.8%.

AP Human Geography: 5: 11.9%; 4: 20%; 3: 19.8%; 2: 19.2%; 1: 29.1%.

AP Chemistry: 5: 9.7%; 4: 15.1%; 3: 27.5%; 2: 25.3%; 1: 22.4%. 

AP Physics 1: 5: 4.3%; 4: 13.6%; 3: 21.3%; 2: 30.7%; 1: 30.1%.

AP Physics 2: 5: 8.5%; 4: 16.7%; 3: 34.3%; 2: 32.3%; 1: 8.2%.

AP Physics C: Mechanics: 5: 30.2%; 4: 27.4%; 3: 18.5%; 2: 13.9%; 1: 10%.

AP Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism: 5: 32%; 4: 22.6%; 3: 13.5%; 2: 19.3%; 1: 12.6%.

AP US Government & Politics: 5: 12.4%; 4: 13.5%; 3: 25%; 2: 24%; 1: 25.1%.

AP Comparative Government & Politics: 5: 20.6%; 4: 21.2%; 3: 20.4%; 2: 21.5%; 1: 16.3%.

AP World History: 5: 6.5%; 4: 15.5%; 3: 29.2%; 2: 28.9%; 1: 19.9%.

AP Studio Art Drawing portfolio: 5: 16.8%; 4: 27.2%: 3: 38.9%; 2: 14.7%; 1: 2.4%.

AP Studio Art 2D Design portfolio: 5: 14.3%; 4: 33%; 3: 35.1%; 2: 15.4%; 1: 2.2%.

AP Studio Art 3D Design portfolio: 5: 13.2%; 4: 25.8%; 3: 35.7%; 2: 22.3%; 1: 3%.

AP Chinese Language & Culture: 5: 62.1%; 4: 16.6%; 3: 14.7%; 2: 2.7%; 1: 3.9%.

AP Japanese Language and Culture: 5: 52.9%; 4: 7.1%; 3: 19.8%; 2: 6.2%; 1: 14%.

AP English Literature: 5: 7.4%; 4: 17.7%; 3: 29.5%; 2: 33.4%; 1: 12%.

AP Psychology: 5: 19%; 4: 26.1%; 3: 19.1%; 2: 14.2%; 1: 21.6%.

AP Statistics: 5: 13.9%; 4: 21.7%; 3: 24.7%; 2: 15.7%; 1: 24%.

AP US History: 5: 11.7%; 4: 17.9%; 3: 22.5%; 2: 23.4%; 1: 24.5%.

AP Seminar: 5: 6.6%; 4: 12.8%; 3: 53.7%; 2: 21.6%; 1: 5.3%.

AP Research:  5: 11.7%:  4: 16.3%;  3: 39.7%;  2: 30.7%.  1: 1.6%.

AP French Language and Culture: 5: 17.3%; 4: 26.5%; 3: 32.6%; 2: 18.7%; 1: 4.9%.

AP German Language and Culture:  5: 20.7%;  4: 22.3%;  3: 27.1%;  2: 20.9%;  1: 9%.

AP Italian Language and Culture:  5: 21.8%;  4: 18.9%;  3: 31%;  2: 20.2%;  1: 8.1%.

AP Spanish Language and Culture:  5: 28%;  4: 34.8%;  3: 26.9%;  2: 9.1%;  1: 1.2%.

AP English Language & Composition:  5: 10.6%;  4: 17.5%;  3: 27.2%;  2: 32.1%;  1: 12.6%.

AP Biology:  5: 6.3%;  4: 20.6%;  3: 33.6%;  2: 29.2%;  1: 10.3%

AP Latin:  5: 12.8%;  4: 20.7%;  3: 32.2%;  2: 23.1%;  1: 11.2%.

AP Spanish Literature:  5: 8.7%;  4: 24.3%;  3: 36.7%;  2: 22.6%;  1: 7.7%.

AP European History:  5: 7.9%;  4: 16.2%;  3: 29.5%;  2: 34.2%;  1: 12.2%.

AP Art History:  5: 11.1%;  4: 22.6%;  3: 27.7%;  2: 27.6%;  1: 11.0%.

AP Music Theory:  5: 18.1%;  4: 17.2%;  3: 24.2%;  2: 26%;  1: 14.5%.

AP Computer Science A:  5: 20.7%;  4: 20.4%;  3: 23.2%;  2: 12.5%;  1: 23.2%.

(All from @AP_Trevor on Twitter!

Neighbor! Jun Masterlist

💕 Personal Favorite

PART 1  | PART 2  | PART 3  💕  | PART 4 💕   | PART 5 | PART 6 | PART 7 | PART 8 | PART 8.5 | PART 9 | PART 10 | PART 11 💕 | PART 12  | PART 13 💕 | PART 14💕 | PART 15 | PART 16 💕 | PART 17 | PART 18 💕   | PART 19  | PART 20.1  | PART 20.2  | PART 21 | PART 22| PART 23.1 | PART 23.2  | PART 24.1 |   PART 24.2  | PART 24.3  | PART 25.1 | PART 25.2 | EPILOGUE

because at this point Neighbor Jun will end up being longer than a telenovela

anonymous asked:

Oooo boi... ok I’ve been having a need for Analogical in D:BH but my brain’s been on vacation. Do you think you could supply me with fluff?

Special! daily #23.2 : I wouldn’t say Android Logan is my favourite thing… but Android Logan is my favourite thing.

It’s not the fluffiest fluff, but OH BOI thank you so much for this request, I’ve been thinking about a D:BH Au with Logan ever since I started watching the lps recently! No spoilers pls

Also have more than one doodle, I got carried away ^w^’

man, my artblock from earlier this day is just. Gone. You guys should request more often lol

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✨Neighbor! Jun text au pt.23.2✨

Ft. Jun’s POV, your instagram and annoying boys


Junhui hated the silence. He wasn’t used to it, living next to you had become a constant distraction for him, but you and Wonwoo were out to who-knows-where and the silence was driving him insane.

It had been like this the past few weeks, you were never home and when you were Wonwoo was with you. That’s why when he heard you come in yesterday evening he had no idea what to do. You were there, finally, alone. But he wasn’t and he fucked everything up, again.

Ask. Your. Neighbor. He had been staring at the text for hours; maybe if he stared at it long enough everything would make sense. His feelings would make sense. This situation would make sense. He wasn’t even sure what this situation was.

But here he was; alone, on a Friday night, asking himself how he could’ve been that blind, how he was scared of even thinking what he knew he felt. The words had been on the back of his head for the longest time, clawing their way out only for him to put them back on his cage. It had happened that night at your apartment, Jun wasn’t even sure if his memory of it was intact anymore, but he felt it then. It happened on your birthday; because you looked so beautiful and he kept staring at the beer bottle you were sipping at, wishing he was that close to your lips.

Both times he had managed to secure the words back in, locked the door, and threw away the key. Yet here he was; alone, on a Friday night, one thought trying to make its way through his lips.

I love you. But you love someone else don’t you?


AN: I’m so sorry, but I had to move Jun’s text to fit his POV, to make it up to you I uploaded your instagram plus comments so you can get a grasp of the situation. I’m sorry i reuploaded the texts but like I needed it to be organized IM SO SORRY KIDS

Averages ages of more kpop boy groups
  • Sechskies - 38
  • Shinhwa - 37.9
  • JYJ - 31.4
  • TVXQ - 30.8
  • Highlight - 27.8
  • Infinite - 26.4
  • History - 26.3
  • Block B - 26
  • Cross Gene - 26
  • B1A4 - 25.5
  • Boys Republic - 25.4
  • Topp Dogg - 23.7 (Only current members + Sanggyun)
  • Teen Top - 23.5
  • KNK - 23.3
  • KARD - 23.2 (yes, I know they’re co-ed)
  • 24K - 22.2
  • A.C.E - 22.8
  • JBJ - 21.9
  • Rainz - 20.7
  • Myteen - 20.1
  • Golden Child - 20
  • The Boyz - 19.3
  • Stray Kids - 18.1
  • TRCNG - 16.9
  • The East Light - 16.1

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Boy groups pt 1: Ages | Heights || Girl Groups: Ages | Heights

Choices LIs Survey- Results!

A bit under a month ago, I posted a survey based on that popular questionnaire going around tumblr. With 345 responses, I thought now would be a good time to compile the data and show the results! Thank you again to everyone who participated!

Results under the cut, as this is going to be quite long. (Note: I have attempted to upload the pie charts, but they keep crashing my laptop, so I’m going to leave them out for the sake of convenience. If you really want to see certain pie charts, though, DM me and I’ll send them!)

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Stim Toy Storage - At Home Stim Kits

Something I don’t see discussed too often is storage of stim toys, so I’m going to talk about some photos of the ways I’m storing my collection, now that I have a fairly large collection of toys. How often I use an item and how reachable I need it to be impacts a lot on how I store it and where.

Some degree of organisation can help with acceptance, I’ve found, as there’s less feeling of “things everywhere” and “toys for kids” and a little more sense of purpose or focus.

This is my “left over” or “spare” kit - comprised of items that are extras, usually from buying multiple items in a pack because I can’t find them for individual purchase, making too many of a handmade item (I tend to “samemake” in the way I samefood, once I find a pattern or design that works), gifts, or items I reviewed that I just didn’t click with. I like having an extra kit because I dislike other people touching my toys, so having toys meant for handling by others is great for sharing if I’m stimming in front of guests. It’s easy to put a box like this on a table, too, or bring to a community gathering. It’s also something I can show other people, with everything neatly laid out, and a full kit like this is great for introducing people to the idea that stim toys exist.

(I struggle to communicate stimming in the abstract, but putting someone’s hands in a box of toys and letting them explore while I talk is so much easier. I’ve found that NT folks new to stimming don’t necessarily click with any one or two toys I’ve showed them, but having lots of options means at least one “gateway” toy, and once they’ve happened across something that provides a positive/pleasing/relaxing sensation for them, they’re more open to other toys. It happened this way with Mum: she wouldn’t touch anything until I made my marble mazes, but she’s now got her own spinner, massage balls and hedge balls…)

This kit is housed in a cardboard box and two plastic trays which fit inside it. The smaller, more tangly and rattly items (like bead fidgets, marble loops, Tangles, spinners, hedge balls, telephone cord bracelets) are housed in the trays, as I can stack one tray on top of the other and simply lift the top tray out of the box, meaning I don’t have to burrow through as many little items to find things. Some things will still take some burrowing (there’s a marble maze in the top basket, hidden by everything on top of it) but it’s a lot easier to use, and less overwhelming, than my previous method of stowing everything loose in a box.

The larger items like Play-Doh tubs, stress balls and plush are stacked in the other half of the box, with large pieces like plush keyrings and bean bags sitting loosely on top, so I don’t have to move too many things to reach the tubs underneath.

Slinkies are great for neatly containing smaller items, just like a pen caddy or cup: the one in this box holds a stress ball and two makeup blending sponges. I’ve got one on my desk holding several Tangles, a sponge and a few Hama bead loops!

My cardboard box is 31 cm long, 24 cm wide and 11.5 cm deep. It’s deep enough to hold a full-size plastic Slinky and a full-size snake puzzle standing on its shorter end. I paid $2.50 AUD for this from Fantastic Variety, a local dollar shop, but I more often see boxes of this size between $3-5 AUD. The plastic trays I bought from the same store in a 3 pack for $2 AUD, and they’re 23.2 cm long, 15.5 cm wide and 6 cm deep. With all the toys in it, the box is quite heavy.

For this sort of thing, it’s often better purchasing in person (if possible) as you can check that any inner trays fit inside your intended box. For this kind of storage, with a variety of toys of many different shapes, you ideally want a box deep enough to fit two trays on top of each other, leaving the rest of the box for taller items.

There are sewing and gear boxes designed to take larger items, many with compartments and removable trays, but most of these are very expensive. This set up cost me less than $5 AUD and is easy to use.

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