Hetalia Office AU, Prussia’s POV

What if the countries all worked in a big cooperation together, with the G8 being the main bosses?

Mr. Prussia will answer that question by introducing us to a little sub office who call themselves “the Balkans”. Their bosses are mostly Germany, Italy and Russia.

Day 2

That guy is Croatia. Totally not awesome, nope. He’s grumpy 24/7 I swear. He can never get a little joke, like that one time when I put soap into his coffee, too much of a little grump. I feel like he’s kissing West’s ass only to get a promotion, also he’s been bragging to his co workers, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Albania, how he’s part of the upper class office “EU union”. He also likes to sometimes start arguments with his co workers, I think he should loosen up a bit. Other than that, he does an okay job.

Also, nice butt.

I feel like I should post more funny teaching stories here

Because I definitely have them.

For example, I have come to learn over the course of holding this position that Japanese school culture festivals are, in many ways, just as filled with zany hijinks as they are in your average anime.

Some highlights from my recent experiences with the mysterious beast known as the culture festival:

-Class 1-B presented a statistical report on this season’s fishing hauls. Sounds boring, right? Nope - it was presented via interpretive dabbing, with all of the class officers in glow-in-the-dark squid masks

-3-A, for their presentation, composed and performed an enka ballad about why our town is NOT famous

-Not to be outdone, 3-C crafted a loving, emotional video tribute to their three years of junior high school…narrated by the disembodied head of former US president John F. Kennedy projected on the gymnasium wall

-2-B made a ping-pong table. Their presentation consisted of walking onstage, saying “We made a ping-pong table” and sitting down.

-Students were allowed to order special lunches from the set festival menu up to two weeks in advance. The vice-principal was meant to pass out notices explaining how many of each item students might order. He failed to do so. A student ordered 28 muffins. The faculty watched in horror as he ate every single one.

my biggest piece of college advice:

develop good relationships with your professors. 

  • be that one kid who raises their hand for EVERY question in class (but don’t talk just to talk – you don’t want to be like the one girl in the back of my philosophy class who was clearly just in love with the sound of her own voice. make your answers/questions valuable and related to what’s happening in that lesson)
  • pay excellent attention in lecture and remain engaged (even if the class is…horrid)
  • introduce yourself to your professor on the first day of class and tell them how much you’re looking forward to the class
  • go to their office hours and discuss the lectures and lessons, if anything just to reinforce what you’re learning and making sure you’re on the right track
  • send them links every now and then to material that is tangential to the course they may find interesting/useful in lecture
  • don’t be barraging and relentless and annoying, but show them that you are an active/engaged learner!!

showing that you are engaged and interested in what they’re teaching will make them remember you. this will make your life INFINITELY easier when shit maybe goes bad during the semester – if they know that you are an engaged, interested, good student, they are far more likely to meet you halfway and compromise with you when you maybe don’t do well on an exam/paper, or when you are going through some Shit™ and need to catch up on stuff. 

i firmly believe one of the big reasons i was able to graduate with a perfect GPA was because all my professors liked me, because they knew i was invested in the material (whether i genuinely found it interesting or because i needed to be for the grade). i was able to negotiate due dates on papers when my anxiety got really bad, work out extra papers to ensure a good grade in the class to make up for previous flubs, get loads of help on catching up on lecture when i was absent, get help on drafts of essays, etc. also, it just makes your professors happy to see engaged, passionate students, which is a reward in and of itself.

so yeah. put forth the proper effort to make friends with your professors – it is 300% worth it in the long haul.  

I was just talking to my sister about My Little Pony and I meant to say “Diamond Tiara” but I accidentally said “Yellow Diamond” instead, and… That would be a very different situation for the Cutie Mark Crusaders, wouldn’t it

Mr. Jeon - Jungkook x Reader (smut)

Group : BTS 

Member : Jeon Jungkookie

Genre : smut, rough sex, passing out. 

Word Count : 3k 

Description : You had failed his class and now you have to talk to him. But once you walk into his office, you wouldn’t have the usual conversation you have expected. 


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1. Be prepared to walk! 

2. 8:00 am classes aren’t always a terrible idea.

3. Not everyday is the best time of your life like the movies make it out to seem.

4. Gap time a.k.a. time between your classes are a thing you’ll love and hate. 

5. You won’t always make friends with people right away including professors.  

6.  Not everyone you meet is meant to stay in your life. 

7. Everyone feels a little lost and confused at times.

8. Research papers are a breeze if you know how to research.

9. Don’t feel like you have to take every opportunity that comes your way.

10. At some point you’ll feel like you might be falling behind your friends or classmate. Maybe they got an internship you wanted. Just know your time will come as well. Be patient and keep trying.  

11. It is okay to want to remain anonymous in certain classes. 

12. Going to office hours is helpful but it isn’t the end of the world if you don’t go. 

13. There is something special about being on campus when it’s nearly empty. 

14. Most campuses have resources for almost everything just keep looking. 

15. It is okay to graduate and still not know what to do or where to go.