because zero

sinfulinsecret  asked:

*Runs in* G, D, R, Y — JUMIN.

This was from 3 weeks ago lolol I’ve only just had time ahaha.. anyways I skipped a question because I have zero knowledge/experience/ideas o~o

Character: JUMIN HAN

How does he flirt?

Honestly, he doesn’t. He can be quite oblivious to his own feelings at first, so he doesn’t really understand why he keeps asking you out for dinner… why he keeps calling you in his spare time… why he’s so interested in learning more about you… He just falls in love and it’s so damn obvious, the way he would lose focus on your words because he’s too busy admiring your features, or the way his entire face lights up at the sight of you. But he’d be the last one to realize his own feelings and by the time he finally TRIES to flirt, he ends up stuttering and messing up his lines, utterly embarrassing himself in front of you… It’s okay, Jumin, you’re still adorable.

How does he react to being flirted with?

Although many assume that Jumin doesn’t recognize when he’s being flirted with, he’s always aware when a woman approaches him to flirt. (side note: he always assumes it’s a friendly exchange when a man tries to flirt with him, because of Seven lolol jsyk) When it’s a woman he doesn’t care for, Jumin acts dumb, maintaining a nonchalant expression as he brushes aside the comments thrown his way. But… if it’s someone he held feelings for, his cheeks would turn a faint pink, and he’d struggle to come up with a reply. He’d look almost vulnerable as he glanced at you unsurely, almost confused as to why you were flirting with him. But most likely, he’d just end up mumbling, “Is that so?”

What is one question he’s always wanted an answer to?

When will Father acknowledge me as his son?”

Since his childhood, Jumin rarely met with his father, let alone spend time with him. Jumin was often left at home, with a nanny, sometimes his (step)mother, and rooms upon rooms of toys that were meant to entertain him. And yet none of them were able to satisfy his desire for a parent’s love. All his mother seemed to care about was her looks, her reputation, and money… She would tell Jumin how lucky he was for being born into a rich family, even though he hardly understood its worth at the time. Jumin didn’t like her. 

Sometimes, he would ask his nanny or bodyguards about his father’s whereabouts, but everyone would just smile politely and reply that Mr. Han was busy at work. Jumin didn’t understand. Work? Was “work” the reason he always saw his father on the TV more than he did at home? 

What would it take for his father to pay attention to him? Even as he grew up, it seemed that nothing he did would catch his father’s attention. Earning the best grades in class, winning awards, receiving praise… Even when Jumin began to work at C&R and he led his team to make high profits, his father hardly blinked an eye, except to say that he was glad Jumin didn’t disappoint the family name. Alas, he was only left to wonder, “When will Father ever acknowledge me?

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anonymous asked:

Mochi tackling(hugging) Freyja every time he sees her, and keeps on bringing little gifts for her :)


The sound of Ain’s voice immediately tells Rose to mentally prepare herself, as he throws himself at her and wraps her in a bear hug. “I missed you,” Ain mumbles into her braid. “Where have you been?”

“Stuck at the library, because Zero wanted to find a book on Pavlov’s Dog,” Rose sighs. “Something about conditioning…”

Ain smiles as he pulls away from her. “Eh, don’t worry about it,” he declares, “I got something cool for you while I was in town today!”

He reaches into his coat pocket and brings out a cardboard box. “Be careful,” he says, “it’s pretty fragile.”

Rose removes the box and begins to peel back the layers of paper to reveal a silvery snow globe, with a single red rose lying in the centre. “Oh Ain,” she breathes, mesmerized, “this is beautiful!”

He turns red immediately. “It reminded me of you,” he admits.

Rose smiles as she stands on her tiptoes and presses a kiss to Ain’s cheek. “Thank you,” she whispers, taking his hand. “Now let me return the favour.”

As she takes him into town again, the blood rushes to Ain’s cheeks, but he doesn’t care, as long as he’s with her.

anonymous asked:

The last ask has a point, not in that good exists, but that it is a very average way of thinking you have, your belife is the exact same as aomeone who is sure of a god. Because there is zero evidence either for or against. So you personally choose to belive that there isn't a god no mather how you justify it, just like a religious person chooses to belive in a god no matter how they justify it. It is all about belife and thinking anything else is factually flawed.

No, atheism is not about belief. It’s about accepting that facts are facts and accepting true, logical processes. If there is no proof for a god and the existence of a god would go against the known laws of the universe, then it is factually correct that no god exists.

There doesn’t have to be evidence against something for it to be false. There’s no “evidence” against the Flying Spaghetti Monster, but we know it doesn’t exist.

been feeling kind of touch starved lately,, have some snuggly boys

Cuz I mean…we didn’t really have bags with us…and our soldiers couldn’t have known that we’d need to catch killers in the servant quarters.

Addy was wearing this under her nutcracker outfit.
It was meant for Cullen originally…but this was her only excuse not to wear that terrible outfit anymore.

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there are few places to be that are more dangerous than between me and fresh pizza
Oh noes! The gang’s trapped inside a video game!

And because Warner Brothers had zero idea how game development works, the gang has to play through every level to reach the end.

To escape a level, all they have to do is touch the box of Scooby Snacks. Easy!

They get teleported into a Roman colosseum level,

–and… well, I’m not saying that their methods of winning are inefficient, but the gang manages to…

1. Have a chariot race,

2. Get Shaggy caught in a net,

3. Do some bullfighting with a lion,

4. Waste a bunch of time chitchatting while Shaggy’s life is in massive danger,

5. Hatch and execute a plan to lock away the lion,

6. Waste even more time chitchatting while all their lives are in massive danger,

7. Cause a giant dust storm,

8. Go pole vaulting,

9. Impersonate an emperor,

and 10. Nearly get cut in half…

…all because they weren’t willing to walk the 30 feet to go touch the Scooby Snacks that were available, unguarded, literally the entire time.

I have zero sympathy for Straight Parents who make trans-/homo-/biphobic jokes in front of their children because they are just too narrow minded to even consider the possibility their child may not be cishet and could be negatively affected by those “jokes”.