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SNSD’s 10th Anniversary comeback is approaching us quick! We need to get “IGAB” to 200 million views fast! 

Also when they come back, I’m expecting you all to watch the MV on YouTube correctly so that they can get views and break records! And vote for the weekly music shows! They really do deserve this and we need it to make it one of their best comebacks! 

anonymous asked:

I'm sorry I don't know if this is the right place to ask but recently I've been feeling really ill e.g. Faint and dizzy. I've told my boyfriend about it and he thinks I should go to the doctors but I'm scared to waste people's time if it turns out to be nothing. I'm sorry again for saying this I just need to get it off my chest because I don't know what to do.

I would definitely go to the doctor if you can afford to do so! It’s better to be safe than sorry. This may sound silly but: have you been staying plenty hydrated?
I used to feel very faint/dizzy/pass out if I didn’t get enough water and electrolytes in my body.

“why do you use crayola colored pencils and copy paper”

“why do you use ms paint and paint.net”

“why do you draw with a mouse and not a tablet”

“why don’t you use a good digital camera and not your laptop/camera phone”

“stop showing me a picture of an empty wallet”

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some #looks from this season, y'all 🔮

hey um… just to let y'all know… being proud of your mental illness is not the same as romanticizing mental illnesses… someone accepting their mental illness and being proud of being able to live with that mental illness is not dangerous…just thought y'all should know

annawrites  asked:

i've enjoyed your prompt fills so much, thank you for sharing them!! if you feel like it: chef!andrew trying (and failing) to woo picky eater neil with fancy food? :)

The thing about growing up on the run is that you never really develop a palate.

You eat what’s there to be eaten, whatever you manage to stuff in your pockets while your mother distracts the cashier trying to haggle for cigarettes, as if it’s anywhere near possible to haggle in a 7/11.

You eat school lunches, bland chicken nuggets and congealed mac and cheese and unseasoned carrots with those little close to expired fruit cups with the peaches and cherries and simple syrup.

You drink gas station coffee—maybe it stunts your growth, but you drink it anyway—and fill old plastic water bottles from drinking fountains or public restroom sinks.

At least, that’s what Neil tries to explain to Matt one day, when Matt invites Neil to his favorite restaurant in his hometown. It just so happens that Matt’s hometown is New York City, and the chef at this place has a Michelin star, but Neil isn’t on the run anymore and his paycheck is hefty enough that he can afford it.

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