bomb kid


!!!Spoilers!!! Steven bomb 6  promo 2 😮😮😮😮😮😮


Peridot has extra in her name because she is in a sub vein where as our amathyst’s kindergarten is no where near as eaten up as homeworld projections are.

Soldier 76, with Junkrat, Lucio, D.Va, and Tracer hanging off him: yeah my kids are ok.  

Ana, petting Pharah’s shoulder: I am very proud of my daughter :) 

Reaper, covered in 2 kick me signs, with his nails painted bright purple, and a mini cowboy hat with the words ‘#1 rootin’ tootin’ dad’ on his head: End me. 


maybe we are all wrong. Maybe Keith isn’t the one with the temper.

Maybe it’s Lance.

keith (for the most part) is calm, quiet. Sure, he’s angry and confused, but he doesn’t want to bother other people with it. He only few times he’s really gotten angry is when Lance is involved, or when the Galra hurt the rest of the Paladins.

Lance? Everything he does is to the fullest. He doesn’t strike me as someone who’d just slip away when he’s upset, not when there’re others around. Not when he can blame someone.

Because Lance is a freaking time bomb, and in the back of everyone’s mind, they all know it’s gonna end in flames. But until then, Lance is fun and happy and okay.

It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt.

Boys like him don’t come wrapped in pretty packages with bows and ribbons-
Boys like him come in sleepless eyes and bruised knuckles.

They see girls like you, with wide eyes and soft lips-
And crave for that vulnerability.
So they wear a smile that’s almost too bright and hold your hand almost too hard,
And they love.

They love you until your heart bleeds and your eyes sting, they love you until you’re too blinded by the daggar they’re twisting into your ribcage.

Girls like you though, they believe that they can kiss their knuckles until they’re healed. So they wait around for boys like him to grow up.

But boys like him don’t grow up, they drain-

and it works every time with girls like you.

—  Excerpt from a book I’ll never write #108

While the impeachment of South Korea’s president is a serious affair, we all needed a little laugh at the end of the day. Who better to provide it than a go-to source for many of us Korea reporters, Bob Kelly. Kelly was appearing on the BBC via Skype when his younger family members decided they, too, wanted to appear on international television. 

As someone who works from home and has two small children as well as unruly cats, this is pretty much a regular occurrence. How it hasn’t happened while I’m broadcasting live yet is a mystery to me.