During today’s rehearsal we were playing it the way it will look at the show.
I was so happy the members and the company president came to watch us! 😄
President Hiro even left a stand for me 🙏
Starting tomorrow we’re gonna be working hard for 6 days straight 💪
Photo: Celebrating Forgeru-sama’s play performance. From Shinohara Hiroyuki, DD Corporation
Summary: AU. Reader and Bucky Barnes are neighbors
and best friends. After yet another bad date, reader comes home to find
Bucky with his typical weekend target. They decide to make a wager about
dating, but is there more on the line than reader cares to admit?
Pairing: Bucky Barnes x reader
Word Count: 2,562
fluff, sarcasm, drinking, bad jokes, angst
A/N: This is my submission for the lovely Kait’s ( @bionic-buckyb) 5k AU Challenge. Congrats on the followers, friend! My prompt was “Can you please come over so I don’t feel so alone?”
100-Year-Old Life Hacks That Are Surprisingly Useful Today
People don’t often look back on the early 1900’s for advice, but what if we could actually learn something from the Lost Generation? The New York Public Library has digitized 100 “how to do it” cards found in cigarette boxes over 100 years ago, and the tips they give are so practical that millennials reading this might want to take notes.
Back in the day, cigarette cards were popular collectibles included in every pack, and displayed photos of celebrities, advertisements, and more. Gallaher cigarettes, a UK-founded tobacco company that was once the largest in the world, decided to print a series of helpful how-to’s on their cards, which ranged from mundane tasks (boiling potatoes) to unlikely scenarios (stopping a runaway horse). Most of them are insanely clever, though, like how to make a fire extinguisher at home. Who even knew you could do that?
The entire set of life hacks is now part of the NYPL’s George Arents Collection. Check out some of the cleverest ones we could find below. You never know when you’ll have to clean real lace!
Just because someone is a celebrity doesn’t make it okay to post their private stuff without their consent. We don’t have public ownership of their private lives. They’re people just like everyone else, and as such have the same rights as me and you when it comes to privacy (especially in regard to their body).