did this in a day

@threshie replied to your postHi! So cool of you to point out Wayward Sisters…

Psst…on that note, I don’t want to make anybody feel bad, but those are horizontal stripes, not vertical…

*quiet sobbing* 

Guys if you want a measure of how tired and not-useful I am right now… :P

I mean

I literally got it right in my notes and wrong in the post:

hoooow

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Hopefully Bioware will let my Inquisitor grow old and happy;;
Here’s Sten Adaar, some decades after DA:I and she’s still active and travelling through Thedas! 
(+small edit with 100% images bc tungle cant handle big images and a lot of details r gone lol)

Bonus: 

i Couldn’t decide on the colours lmaooo

So, today I realized I had reached a milestone on this blog. It is no surprise to any of you who follow me, that my activity here is less than impressive. Life outside of this blog keeps me away for days at a time, and drafts have been sitting unanswered for months. Yet, you are still here. Something (a thing that is still a mystery to me) keeps you from unfollowing, and I can’t tell you how much I appreciate it. I love knowing that this blog exists. That I have a creative space to with what I like. To write (occasionally), to talk, to headcanon, to flesh out characters, to yell about muses and their relationships and what drives them. But the best part about this blog is you guys. People who I am lucky enough to call my friends. People who I text, snapchat, and IM at any given hour of any given day. I have made genuine friendships with some of you, and cannot express how much those friendships mean to me. You guys have been there through my ups and downs. You’ve supported me, rooted for me, laughed with me, and dragged my ass. I love you guys, even if we’ve barely talked. You guys are what make Tumblr, and make my experience worth coming back to. You guys inspire me every day to be better. To push my characters to places I might not have otherwise. It’s an honor to be able to see your creativity and skill first hand, and  I hope you never for a single second, doubt your talent. Thank you so much for being here, and I adore the shit outta each and every one of you.  

@antolcgias @apcgee @apexhe @astrepur @battleincarnate @borndeceiver 
@breathtonks @cravesfreedom @didnotstrut @endingchanged @goldensaviour @heavenled @hereisthelie @holyheadharpv @ineveryvein @inventingtruth 
@lockhcrts​ @manichaeisms @manyfacedblog @mcssagcinabottlc ​ @moonhurts @moonscribed @oldhearts @proditeur @suitedblue​ @thescorcher @warriorstar

anonymous asked:

have you kind of separated yourself from tumblr a bit bc it's toxic and you need a break or bc you're out there living your life ? just curious, cause i haven't seen you on my dash as consistently recently. hope you're doing well tho :)

nah I’ve just been livin life. tumblr’s only toxic if you let it become a huge part of your life. I’ve been spending a lot of time studying for my classes cause I’m at a really exciting part of undergrad (past the gen ed and intro classes but not yet at applying to grad school) and I’ve been reading like crazy to get an edge cause physics is really competitive so I only log on every once in a while but it’s nice to know ppl haven’t forgotten about me 😁 I’m still around I’m always checking in

Korean Numbers, Days of the Week and Months

I just read through my blog and I realised that I haven’t written anything about numbers, days of the week or months. So this post is dedicated to those people who were like “hEy wHErE DID THE NUMBERS, DAYS OF THE WEEK AND MONTHS GO???”

NUMBERS

Numbers in Korean is actually simple; a lot simpler that English numbers tbh. The only somewhat hard ones are numbers from 1-10 and they aren’t even hard. Okay wait the other confusing thing is that there are two number systems in Korea. The Sino-Korean which derived from China and the Native Korean system deriving from Korea. I’m gonna show y’all both because we use both

NUMBER               SINO-KOREAN               KOREAN

1                             il                                       hana

2                             ee (i)                                 dul

3                             sam                                  set

4                             sa                                     net

5                             o                                       da-seot

6                             yuk                                   yeo-seot

7                             chil                                    il-gop

8                             pal                                    yeo-deol

9                             gu                                     ah-hop  

10                           ship                                  yeol

Numbers 11-19 in Sino-Korean is ship-(insert Sino-Korean number from 1-9)

Numbers 11-19 in Native Korean is yeol-(insert Native Korean number from 1-9)

Double digit numbers that end in 0

Sino-Korean: (insert number of the tens digit. e.g. in 20 the tens digit number would be 2) then add 10 to it. For example, 20 is ee(i)-ship, 30 is sam-ship. If the number is 21 then you add the word for 20 (ee-ship) with the word for 1 (il); ee-ship il.

Native Korean: There is no pattern, nor order in Native Korean, making it harder to use.

20-seumul 30-seoreun 40-maheun 50-shin 60-yesun 70-ilheun 80-yeodeun 90- aheun

For numbers like 21 you add the word for 20 (seumul) with the word for 1 (hana); seumul-hana.

DAYS OF THE WEEK

Days of the week in Korean is also REALLY EASY to learn because you only need to change one word. The name for the days of the week derive from Chinese as well.

Monday- wol-yo-il (wol meaning moon) (yo-il meaning day)

Tuesday- hwa-yo-il (hwa meaning fire)

Wednesday- su-yo-il (su meaning water)

Thrusday- mok-yo-il (mok meaning tree/wood)

Friday- geum-yo-il (geum meaning iron/metal)

Saturday- to-yo-il (to meaning dirt) (to is pronounced shortly so don’t say the name of the letter)

Sunday- il-yo-il (il meaning sun) (This il is different to the number 1)

MONTHS

Months in Korean is very, VERY easy. you add the word for the number of the month (Sino-Korean) and add wol to it. For example, January- il-wol, Feburary- ee-wol, March- sam-wol, ect all the way up to December, ship-ee wol. Can’t be easier than that. Easier to understand and learn compared to October meaning the 8th month actually being the 10th month.

*Insert cheesy mermaid pun here*

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