Don’t get me wrong, its not a bad show, but i do have some gripes… (Jim could still turn out to be a changeling, and believe me, i already imagined a superdramatic scene about it and ill probably draw a troll!Jim just cause but i am still dissapoint)
At this point I just really need to take a break from kpop. Fans are so fucking toxic. Instead of encouraging each other, they only try to bring you down. And they don’t treat the idols any better. People need to open being so close minded and also learn how to show some respect. It’s sad and sickening to see all of the hate.
💋💋 don’t hate…APPRECIATE 🍑🍑💦 btw ladies I got this bathing suit at @fashionnovacurve @fashionnova and I’m wearing size 1X since I’m a big girl 😜 use code : XXBELLAXX to receive 15% off your order #fashionnovacurve #fashionnova #curves #curvy #curvygirl #biggirlsrock
Say it louder for the people in the back!! My friend just laid it all out for everybody. Go bestfriend, that’s my bestfriend! You gotta problem, you can unfollow. Or, like I said in my Bambam post, hmu with your ignorance so I can educate you.
Today, my fifteen year old sister who wears pants under her skirts was stopped by her principal and told that her skirt was ‘inappropriate for school’ and that she should save dressing like that for 'weekend parties.’ My sister came home and made these posters, printed lots of copies of and plans to post them around her school. I have never been so proud. Dress codes are perpetuating rape culture and oppressive objectification towards women.
(OOC): Thank you for the meme’ ask, @ask-thelovecook I’m going to tell you the ACTUAL kissing was probably one of the hardest scenes for me to draw, because I avoid drawing people kissing usually, but a good way to practice none the less. I know you probably were expecting something cute and silly, but given Yui’s background, situations like this are actually very hard to grasp. On a more positive note…OMG the size difference between the two! (she is 6′5′’ while Sanji-kun is 5′9′’ I LOVE IT!)
Came across this through Girls Who Code; the story of the NASA women who put the first astronauts in orbit!
“HIDDEN FIGURES is the incredible untold story of Katherine G. Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer) and Mary Jackson (Janelle Monáe)—brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation’s confidence, turned around the Space Race, and galvanized the world. The visionary trio crossed all gender and race lines to inspire generations to dream big. Teach a girl to code and she’ll change the world!”
Let’s do this! Even if we aren’t big fans of Ladies Code, let’s show more support to Ladies Code. They’re going through a really hard time along with the fans too.
Made and created by instagram users @/kpopperj and @/pabo_yobo_maknae
Hey if you guys want, upload a picture of you wearing all black on Instagram, Tumblr, etc. and put #blackforeunb!
Thank you, you guys.