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Jungkook as a Gryffindor

And last but certainly not least, our maknae Jeon Jungkook as a Gryffindor

  • The thing that locked this in for me was the fact that Gryffindor’s are passionate
  • The house’s element is fire which also represents passion
  • Jungkook once said his favorite quote was “I’d rather die than to live without any passion” so when I saw that, I instantly thought of him
  • Gryffindors are also pretty brave
  • Jungkook had displayed bravery quite a few times and he seems to be quite adventurous
  • Also just wanna point that Gyffindor’s color are red and gold and Jungkook loves the color red
  • I can see Jungkook as either a Chaser or a Beater
  • His speed would come in handy for either and tbh he could probably excel in any of the positions
  • I can see him as more of a Beater purely bc of his competitiveness since the Beater’s job is to keep the Bludger away from their team and also aim it towards the other team and I think he’d do well with that
  • He’d probably be a beloved student like all the other kids would love him and the teachers would love him bc he gets good grades
  • I honestly just think he fits into Gryffindor really well 16/10
Interview ahead of the Bayern game (because DFB.de really fucked up on their translation -seriously they cut half of what was said and even changed the meaning of some of it)

DFB.de: Christoph Kramer, last Sunday you preferred watching the European Cup final in handball over FC Bayern’s game which took place at the same time. So could you take anything away from the DHB-team to help you against Bayern?
Kramer: I like watching different sports and the handballers’ EC final was a special thing for German sport. Watching a team motivate themselves like that can only be of advantage for you and it was like that with the handballers. They showed in an impressive manner that closeness within a team can get you far and help you achieve great things.

DFB.de: Why will Bayer win against Bayern?
Kramer: We have a realistic chance. You can hardly beat them over the course of a whole season, but in one game anything is possible. Especially at home Bayer has always done well against Bayern, who currently might not be as consolidated [? steady? stable?] as they would like. We need to catch a good day, and for them not to have their best and then our chances are good.

DFB.de: Bayern are the first opponent in a defining month. How big was the relief after the victory against Hannover?
Kramer: Very big, obviously. Now we can set the course in DFB-Pokal, in the Europa League and in Bundesliga. It’s about gaining important bonus points against Bayern, and also against Dortmund, since many teams lose against these two. So if you can take three away from there, in a league that at the end will be very tight at the top this year, those are very important points.

DFB.de: How would you assess the season so far for Bayer as well as for you personally?
Kramer: There are some parallels there - so far rather mixed. We’ve had great, breathtaking games with Bayer and we’ve had some that were simply not good, just like myself. We lack consistency. If you just look at the statistics, it’s actually alright. But both the club and I myself aren’t 100 per cent happy. I knew that it would be difficult to adjust after the transfer from Gladbach to Leverkusen, what with, from a footballing point of view, different worlds colliding. But I won’t create any artificial pressure or stress for myself. I have shown and I know that I can do it. I hope I can get the consistency back on the pitch, that’s what’s been lacking so far this season.

DFB.de: What’s the reason for this lack of consistency?
Kramer: Getting over my adjustment problems was a longish process. But even in the new system I’ve had really good games at the beginning of the season, so you can’t really pinpoint the issue. Looking at the Champions League first leg game in Barcelona and then the defeat against Cologne just shortly after, you ask yourself „Why is it like that?“. But I reckon in football you mustn’t always look for reasons, it’s hard to fathom everything. There are so many circumstances and influences that factor in football. [Is that a sentence? I’ve looked at it too much, I’m not sure if that translation makes any sense at all…]

DFB.de: Bayer and you - that’s a long story. In C-Jugend [the third oldest youth class] you were deemed not good enough. How does one deal with that at 14 years old?
Kramer: Well, I took it very badly, I shed a tear or two back then. You’re in the middle of puberty and, having dedicated so much time to football, you’ve not made any friends at school and struggle with yourself a lot anyway [literally he says „lost social access at school“, I don’t know how to put that any better, or if it means he had friends but alienated them, etc., I’m sorry.] And then you come to an end here and from one day to the next a dream is shattered and you can’t really grasp what’s happened. Today I’m grateful for it because at this relatively young age something like that helps you mature and grow and also gives you an awareness that - and how quickly - things can happen.

DFB.de: How did you find the joy in playing football again?
Kramer: That was actually not a problem. I was sad that I couldn’t play as high up anymore, but I hadn’t lost the joy in playing football. With Fortuna Düsseldorf I didn’t play against Schalke and Dortmund anymore, but against Bilk and Eller. Still that was good fun, too, just at another level. In Düsseldorf I got the „Ten“ and was captain. It was just nice for me, being really accepted by the team. But I’m not in football for financial reason or success, anyway, I play football because I enjoy it.

DFB.de: Does that mean, you’d be as happy in second league Bochum today as you are playing at Leverkusen as a world champion?
Kramer: That’s a good question. -I would say yes. I never expected to go further than second league, because I’ve never been a celebrated talent. When I became a regular starter at Bochum I thought „Woah, this is as good as it gets! You can’t do better than this!“ I was so happy and content with my part, with my life and that I had made it. Everything beyond that was just unexpected, and that’s always the most beautiful. It would have been different had I been a celebrated talent and had had the pressure of feeling I ought to player higher up. I’m at a point now where I never thought I’d be.

DFB.de: Unexpected for you, too, was the hype surrounding you after the world cup. Now it’s gone comparatively quiet. Which do you prefer?
Kramer: The world cup was a cool story, so it was alright that there was more media interest. But now I’m quite happy that it’s calmed down again. It was a nice experience, something new again. But I’m not someone who needs that.

DFB.de: Surrounding the hype there was some criticism of you, too. Did you read everything that was written about you back then?
Kramer: I did back in Bochum. But then there wasn’t as much written about me. It increased over time and at some point I stopped reading it. You can tell by the wording if a journalist likes you or not. If you are well-disposed towards me, you’ll write something lovely or fun to read. And if you think „That Kramer gets on my nuts, he’s so arrogant and talks too much and keeps saying how unexpected it all was“ [hahaha] you can put that into the writing as well. Often the reader gets the journalist’s opinion instead of the real picture, I think.

DFB.de: Did you have the impression that you were often misrepresented/portrayed too negatively?
Kramer: Well, especially after the world cup I said a lot of things and didn’t think much about it. There were one or two articles where I’d put things stupidly, I admit, and I can’t blame anybody for taking it badly. But it was misunderstood as well. People who know me didn’t read it like it was written there on the page. It was my own fault and I learned from it to pick my words more carefully.

DFB.de: Have you become more guarded?
Kramer: I’m still young and of course I’ve taken away from my own story that it would have been wiser not to say certain things. But I swore to myself that when asked questions I’d always answer clearly what I actually think. So what if sometimes that’s not everybody’s opinion?

DFB.de: Did the attacks in Paris change anything for you?
Kramer: Especially after that I kept reminding myself that football is just a game, after all. Often there is so much importance placed on things happening in football. But there are so many things happening in the world that football is just basically unimportant. After what happened in Paris, and also in Hannover, you think about the world and look beyond yourself and realise football is much more insignificant than it’s made out to be. But that’s what people are like, isn’t it: these days hardly anybody talks about it and I myself have in part forgotten about it, too. To me football is the greatest, still it’s just the most beautiful irrelevant thing in the world.

DFB.de: Do you think it is possible for there to be a nice and untroubled EC in summer?
Kramer: The Paris attacks have sensitised everybody and I have absolute confidence in those responsible that it will be a beautiful EC.

DFB.de: You would like to be part of it, of course. Recently you said that you had to get in line behind the strong competition in midfield. How hard is that for you?
Kramer: It’s not hard. I’ve never made any demands from DFB. It was, again, very unexpected to be taken along to the world cup, and being called up every time after that. It’s something special and a big honour for me, to be a part of it and be allowed to play for Germany. It’s just a fact that there are great players on my position. I completely get the team spirit -I am there when I’m needed.

DFB.de: How has the role you play within Die Mannschaft grown?
Kramer: Well, I’m not one to speak up when the pack leaders [literally „the alpha wolves“, haha] discuss the important issues amongst themselves. But I would say that I am accepted by the whole team, just like everybody else. The solidarity and team-spirit of the team really make it worthy of that title, die Mannschaft. Integration is very easy, because everybody is immediately welcomed and made to feel like he’s been there for ten years. That’s not the case everywhere.

DFB.de: Is winning the European title compulsory for the world champion?
Kramer: No, I wouldn’t say so. We have great teams in Europe. Of course, winning the title is the goal. But that’s independent from the world cup. Naturally outside expectations are higher now. We want to do our best in France and of course we are among the favourites.

translated kindly by anon
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if you remember this comics


actually i wanted to draw Adam ver. since that… yeah haha now i finally had motivation to complete it. some ppl say Adam is a cruel man, but the fact is,they are hurting each other. Blake was doing the same thing as Adam did.
she didn’t tell him how she’s feeling.
She ran away, met team RWBY,then learned how to express. this time,is Blake’s turn to help Adam out as team RWBY saved her.

Adam knows Blake is in Beacon(so that’s why he is so cold as their reunion) maybe he saw Blake at V2C12,seeing she is talking to Human and being so happy.He felt confused,even misunderstand that’s human taking her from him.
then decided to kill all of human…?XD

after all, just my opinion.

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During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive. Millions of miles away, NASA and a team of international scientists work tirelessly to bring “the Martian” home, while his crewmates concurrently plot a daring, if not impossible, rescue mission. As these stories of incredible bravery unfold, the world comes together to root for Watney’s safe return.

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