and they sound amazing



anonymous asked:

Hey, I know you are into some weird ships so what about SasuNeji? Sasuke glaring at Neji from afar because he has no idea how to flirt. Neji being sure that the goddamn Uchiha plans to secretly kill him, why else would he watch him so weirdly?

…I want to protest the weird bit but… q.q

Tbh I adore SasuNeji and think it’s hilarious. Also way too much pretty for one ship, but, well. The idea of death-glares-equal-flirting!Sasuke and Uchiha-wants-to-kill-me-Tenten-if-I-disappear-make-sure-he’s-a-suspect!Neji sounds amazing. 

bitrashcat  asked:

Who do you ship James with and your art is amazing :0

In the sinners au, Charles (that sounds so strange but in the story it makes perfect sense. Sinners is already so far from the musical that they literally have nothing in common but some of the names)
In the musical, Jefferson. Jeffmads is life

anonymous asked:

Can you give a short, sharp, polish lesson, like, in a sentence or two, how do you describe polish? Like, I'll describe Hebrew as "either zombie or sleeping beauty language, looks and sounds weird, but at least we pronounce all the consonants." Or "our endearments are the best" :)

Hello, Nonnie!
I love the way you described Hebrew.

We rustle. A lot. It’s full of rustling sound and letters that sound the same but you write them differently ( ż =rz, h=ch, ó=u ).
Our grammar is the worst, and like 70% of it are exceptions of grammar rules. 
Considered one of the hardest languages to learn. 
Our swear words sound pretty amazing though. 


Apart from the opening theme and the songs performed at the end of each episode, Twin Peaks season 3′s first music cue occurs when Bobby Briggs sees Laura Palmer’s portrait. The song played is Laura’s Theme.


Dunkirk trailer with Sign Of The Times as the soundtrack


that “N.O” stands for both the word “no” and is the acronym for “No Offense.”

and the mv looks like its from some kind of dystopian world where anything and everything they do gets controlled like

Who is the one who made us into studying machines?
They classify us to either
Being number one or dropping out
They trap us in borders, the adults
There’s no choice but to consent
Even if we think simply,
It’s the survival of the fittest
Who do you think is the one who makes us step
On even our close friends to climb up? What?

suga’s lines make me think about south korea’s culture of educational masochism, and how its normal there for even young children to work from early morning until late at night, and often at weekends too, to get into the best university they can and eventually secure a well-paying job. the pressure is intense, and the routine relentless - for years on end. in seoul, legions of students who fail to get into top universities spend the entire year after high school attending hagwons, which are after-hours tutoring academies, to improve their scores on university admissions exams. and these hagwons are no joke, they can last until early mornings for students as early as elementary school kids :0

which brings me to my next point. i think its very clever that rapmon starts the song with 

A good house,
A good car,
Will these things bring happiness?
In Seoul
To the SKY,
Will parents really be happy?

ppl may not know while SKY can mean the sky up above us, its also said to be the acronym for the three most prestigious universities there– seoul university, korea university and yonsei university. they’re very hard to get admitted, and the competition is insane, just

and its no wonder why even with south korea being the world’s 12th largest economy at least according to forbes, a place where you can surf the internet on the underground, dance the night away in a salsa club, and buy a decent americano on your way to work. and yet, as i quote, “people here seem less happy than during the years of hardship after the korean war.” their high suicide rate seems to reflects this. 

and like how rapmon further laments, how can they?

The grown-ups confess
That we have it so easy
They say that we are happier than our portion
Then how do you explain my unhappiness?
There’s no conversation topics beside studying
Outside, there are so many kids like me,
Living the life of a puppet
Who will take responsibility?

cos thats how they’ve rolled for centuries..

which is why i applaud bangtan and its whole production for highlighting this issue and in a way letting ppl know of its atrocity, and that gives a lot of consolation for ppl like me, for students like us, and i like how their message isnt really about being rebellious and going against the authority, they’re not even questioning the importance of education, cos it is. 

just take the title for what it is, no offense– but