cabin dorm

So I’m watching the very first ep again and realize that when Shiro crash-lands and gets taken in by the hazmat crew he’s wearing what we learn later is his gladiator/prisoner getup:

but immediately following the rescue and subsequent getaway (during which he is out cold and still obviously in the same clothes) we see him the next morning,

clearly wearing his own clothes.

But where did they come from??

The other three paladins-to-be left the garrison with just the clothes on their backs (and lbr Shiro’s height and shoulder-to-waist ratio means he’s not going to fit into anything of theirs anyway), and there’s absolutely no way he’d fit into anything of Keith’s either for the same reasons.

That outfit is also not generic officers’ or instructors clothing from the garrison either, because I’m like 95% sure we see examples of both earlier in the ep:

Which leaves only one obvious explanation: 

Keith has some of Shiro’s clothing.

Colors | Soulmate AU |

Hiya! In this AU, the world is black and white until you meet your soulmate. (I did not come up with this AU) Levi is also around 20 in this imagine.

When you were younger, you had always dreamed that you would meet your soulmate, you always hoped that you would see the wonderful colors that your parents talked about. You would wish upon shooting stars (not that there were many) and pray to God every night to let you find your soulmate. As you grew older, you stopped being so desperate to see the colors and meet the love of your life.

When Wall Maria fell, you didn’t think about it at all. When your parents died in front of you at the age of 9, all you felt was sadness and a sense of revenge. When you met Eren Yeager, Mikasa Ackerman, and Armin Arlert, you felt happiness for the first time since your parents died. When you met the rest of the 104th Training Corps, you felt like you had a family. When you went through training, you felt determination. When you graduated in 1st, you felt proud. Now you’re here.

You had grown use to only seeing black and white, you had grown use of seeing happy couples around you talking vividly of the colors around you. You had grown use to hearing words like purple and blue and not knowing what they looked like. You had grown use to being alone. You weren’t really alone of course. You had Eren, Mikasa, Armin, and the rest of the 104th Training Corps. You had graduated yesterday, and chose the Survey Corps along with some of your friends. Graduating at the top of your class, you had the chance to join the Military Police and living a safe life, but you refused. You wanted to see the world, you wanted to help humanity escape the grasp of the titans. “You’ve been staring at that piece of bread for quite a while, (Y/N).“

“Huh?” You asked, a startled look on your face. You were spending one more day here before leaving for the castle where the original Survey Corps HQ was. “What Jean means to say, is that you’ve been a little distracted,” Armin said kindly.

“Oh, I guess I have been. I was just thinking.”

“You guess? You GUESS?! You’ve been staring at that piece of bread for like the past hour!” Sasha exclaimed, “By the way, are you going to eat that?”

“That’s the FIFTH time you’ve asked somebody for food!” Connie exclaimed, exasperated. “It’s not MY fault I’m hungry!” Sasha and Connie began arguing. Everything was back to normal, Ymir and Krista were talking, Jean was being teased for having a horse face, and everybody was just happy. You spent the rest of dinner talking with Mikasa and Armin and laughing with your “family.” Huh. Family. You did consider these crazy people your family. Mikasa, Armin, Jean, Connie, Sasha, Ymir, Krista, Reiner, Bertoldt, Eren.. Over the time you were a trainee, these strangers became your family. Now the only thing you were missing was your soulmate. Mikasa was Eren’s soulmate, and she often told you stories and described the vibrant colors to you. You were okay with not having a soulmate, but deep in your heart, you hoped that you found him. You were brought out of your trance, again, when Instructor Shadis told us to go to bed. You walked with (Mikasa, Sasha, Ymir, and Krista/Jean, Reiner, Bertolt, Connie, and Armin) to the (girls/boys) dorm (cabin? Room?), changed to sleep wear, jumped into bed, and fell asleep.

You woke up the next day when (Sasha/Connie) jumped on your bed, screaming how you’d miss breakfast and going to the castle. You jumped out of bed. “You’re finally up?” (Mikasa/Jean) said. “Shut up.” You said, throwing a pillow at (her/him). (Mikasa/Jean) let out a little laugh, throwing it back. Unfortunately, it hit you in the back.

When you were finally ready, you are breakfast and got your packed bags to go to the former Survey Corps HQ. When you got there, Eren saw you immediately and walked over to hug you and talk to the rest of the new recruits.
After getting accustomed to the castle, you were called down for dinner, where you met Squad Levi. Except Levi was nowhere to be found. You talked and laughed with everybody, when the door swung open.

The door opened with a bang, and in waked Levi. When his eyes met yours, you were taken aback by the color suddenly filling the world. Levi stared at you with wide eyes. Eren and Mikasa looked at each other knowingly. Levi walked over to you and stood in front of you. “What’s your name?” He asked with a strangely gentle tone. All of Squad Levi looked surprised at his tone of voice. “(Y-Y/N).” You answered, looking in awe of all the colors you used to have only hoped to see. Levi grabbed your chin and forced you to look at him. “Come with me,” he said, letting go of your chin only to grab your hand and drag you to his office. When you made it to the office he pushed you into a chair and closed the door. “You’re my soulmate,” he said bluntly. “I’m well aware,” you replied. You spent the next few minutes getting to know each other, before you both returned to the dining room. Surprisingly, everybody was still there, awaiting your return most likely. As you guys walked in, everybody wolf whistled and cheered for both of you. You blushed, cuddling your head into Levi’s side. To your surprise, you looked up and he had a faint blush too. He looked down and closed his eyes in annoyance and slight embarrassment. “Tsk.”

Originally posted by redberrykookie

anonymous asked:

hey im moving soon and our house is a log cabin so my room will have wood/log walls and i cannot find any pictures to look at for "inspiration" on how to decorate, can you help?

Sure :) Here are a few pictures for inspiration:

Hope that helped! xo 

anonymous asked:

What do you think Percy's Briggs Myers personality type is? I've thought about this for a long time and I've never figured it out...

(warning that i am an mbti egghead, if you have no idea wtf i’m talking about this blog breaks it down really well)

Just as a preliminary, each function is classified as internal or external, and there are four functions: thinking, sensing, feeling, and intuiting. Everyone has to use all four, and where you see the differences most clearly is how a person approaches a problem—everyone can reach the same conclusion by using different methods and reasoning, so the key is in the methods and the reasoning, not the conclusion. The differences in type come from what order the functions are used in, and whether they are internal or external. Primary functions are the most predominant aspect, and they’re gradually less visible as you go down, with fourth being the weakest, that you’ll see the least amount of in the character.

I type Percy as an ESFJ.

External Feeling (Fe). I think Percy’s primary function is feeling, meaning he’s a “feeler” type. People who lead with feeling are driven by their emotions—by their attachment to others, by what they/others want, by what they/others feel is moral, by what makes them/others angry or happy. Since Percy tends to draw his opinions, actions, and even strength in combat from how he’s feeling about the situation, that’s likely his most significant attribute. This is split up into two subsets: internal feelers and external feelers. The difference is that external feelers are focused on others’ emotions, internal feelers are focused on their own emotions. He’s an external feeler, because he’s bad at interpreting his own emotions and cares so strongly about others that he commonly neglects his own needs. External feelers put up and shut up when they’re getting hurt, but will not tolerate others getting hurt. Two prime examples are how Percy is consistently more angry with the way Luke treats Annabeth than the way Luke treats Percy, and how Percy is accepts his own abuse, but absolutely cannot tolerate his mother’s abuse. So, first function is external feeling, or Fe.

Internal Sensing (Si). Sensing is about moments. Internal sensing is about comparing present moments to past moments. Percy is a fiercely nostalgic person. He feels strong ties to places that he knows well, such as Camp Half-Blood or the Montauk Cabin, and even his dorm room at Yancy. He values memories, even the one of his father’s smile from when he was just a baby. He cares about shared history, keeps a mental record of what he and other people have done right and wrong, remembers what works and what doesn’t, cares about preserving things and doesn’t like change, doesn’t forget mistakes (his own or other people’s), compares the past to the present. However, because this is a secondary function and his primary function is Fe, he becomes open to new ideas new things through his connection with other people—Annabeth’s desire to build things, saving the people at Camp Jupiter.

External Intuition (Ne). Intuiting is about the end goal. External intuiting is about big ideas. Percy has trouble filtering out details, often instinctively sees links between things and is the first person to know about something. Not very adept at piecing information together, but it will rattle around in his brain for a long time until it finally snaps into place. Filters things he learns through the big picture—foreseeing how Kronos might use Nico, figuring out Kronos’ plot in stealing the master bolt, realizing Rachel as the Labyrinth guide by hearing a story about Ariadne. Because it’s his third function, he’s not skilled at using it, but when he does use it, you see the results and he very rarely wrong. He’s also an idealist—it’s overshadowed by his pessimism, but his wish to the gods implies that he really does believe it’s possible for the world to get better (he uses his Fe and Si to decide the best solution for everyone), even to the point of telling Hermes that he does hold the gods accountable and does believe they are capable of change.

Internal Thinking (Ti). Internal thinking is about wanting to understand things, wanting to know why things happen and analyze them. Ti is bad at organization, doesn’t back up statements with research, doesn’t need proof, isn’t focused on getting their ideas instituted in reality, because it’s internal—it’s all in their own head. When Percy uses knowledge, he uses it for the purpose of interpreting a situation or understanding something, not because he wants to use it to accomplish a goal. Because he leads with Fe, it’s hugely centered around people. He wants to know why the gods treat their children so badly, how he can lead the war so the least amount of people die, what made Luke turn against his father. He’s not a strategist and terrible at organization, too. However, he’s great at providing the support necessary to make something work.

So, when you stack all those together in that order, you come up with  ESFJ: Fe-Si-Ne-Ti