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The line is definitely darker…

I’m feeling…happy and scared.

Happy because it’s another beautiful baby that I’m carrying, a baby that will bring joy and love and laughter into my family.
Scared because Sam is only 4 (almost 5) months old, and I know that this pregnancy is going to be considered high risk again because of how close it is to his birth/c section, though at least my A1C is normal (5.5 at last testing!) so I may be able to skip the blood sugar testing for a while.

I mean, it’s just kind of like, of course this happened. I spent *so* long trying for a baby that like, of course I would get pregnant back to back.

It’s funny though, I have an appointment in June to have my annual exam. I’d thought to discuss having a long acting birth control implanted.

Instead, it looks like I’ll be scheduling my first viability ultrasound instead.

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The year is 1995, congress member Bernie Sanders stands in opposition of a homophobic statement said by Duke Cunningham. Cunningham derisively refers to “homos in the military” to support his argument while (strangely) discussing the Clean Water Act. Sanders, having none of it, quickly rises to the defense of thousands of men and women everywhere. Sanders ire is such that he repeatedly disrespects the Chairman by speaking over him in order to say his piece. [Video Source]


What does this say for Sanders? Well, that’s for you to decide. But to me, it says that for 20+ years strong he has shown his public support for LGBT+ persons everywhere, even in the face of ridicule and disrespect. Unlike some, Sanders has always been vocal about his beliefs concerning the LGBT+ community, and he has always held them. Key word always, and not just when doing so might garner him support for his campaigns. 


BONUS:

Pictures of the Eros costume popped up again on my twitter tl and I scream a bit every time I see it BC LIKE

VIKTOR DOES HELP YUURI WITH ALL PREPARATIONS AFTER ALL and it’s so funny to see these tiny details because it shows JUST HOW MUCH TIME THEY SPEND TOGETHER BEHIND THE SCENES BUILDING THEIR RELATIONSHIP 

ALSO HOW CUTE IS IT THAT VIKTOR ALSO DOES YUURI’S HAIR FOR HIM NOW

Yuuri could obviously fix his hair on his own without problems but it’s so sweet that Viktor just takes over all of these things AND THEY OBVIOUSLY LOVE IT AS WELL and tons of people already discussed it but the act of brushing someone’s hair has a much more intimate history in Japanese culture as well

THESE TWO ARE SO PURE THEY CARE SO MUCH FOR EACH OTHER ON EVERY LEVEL AND OBVIOUSLY ENJOY ALL OF THESE SMALL THINGS THEY DO TOGETHER A GREAT DEAL I love how their relationship blossoms so seamlessly in the moments we don’t get to see in the show

13 reasons why is bad: a summary

- romanticises mental illness 
- incredibly triggering
- no compelling story
- boring main character
- 9000 bike riding scenes honestly what the hell
- main girl wrecks main guys life for no apparent reason
- feels like a john green book, and not in a good way
- just, Yikes

So we had this joke. Meri and I would like to see the girls that you would come back with to the house. That was always what we enjoyed, because we’d be in bed like an old couple. We’d have our spot cream on our faces and we’d be in our pajamas and the door would go off. The stairwell was right outside our door, so we’d wait to see if Harry was coming home alone or with people. It was exciting seeing the array of A-listers that would come up and sleep in the attic. Or he’d come and lounge with us. We’d never discuss business. He would act as if he hadn’t come back from playing to 80,000 people three nights in a row in Rio de Janeiro.
—  Ben Winston

There’s a line from the episode that pierces right through my soul and is delivered so on point. “You paid attention to me.” Because that’s all Jughead craves; the attention. The feeling that somebody is out there looking out for him, caring about him, knowing that he does exist. He’s been invisible all his life; by his parents, his peers, the girl he always loved. And the day comes that one of the most important people in his life, his father, finally sees him, actually sees the real him. He cleans his act, he discusses his problems with him, he wants to be involved in his life, takes an interest in his long-time passion and praises his talent. Jughead seeks validation, seeks the feeling that somebody is listening to what he expresses as a human being. And that’s the biggest betrayal he experiences. Sure, he can’t even grasp the fact that his dad is a killer but deep down that’s what pains him the most; the fact that he was a passer by once again, somebody not worthy enough for people, even his parents, to actully stop and stare. When Cheryl starts hitting him with venom he doesn’t stand there to endure it all for the sake of his father and what’s the right thing to do. He wants to feel the physical pain too, he wants to punish himself for being so foolish as to believe that he would be happy this time. That’s why he lets her pull him and drag him and punch him and he all but flinches but never makes any move to stop her. He is beating himself up for believing in his dad, for believing that Fred actually did care for him, for believing that Betty would always be with someone as pathetic as he is. And that’s the sad mentality that is Jughead Jones, a brilliant and unique kid that wrongfully so needs to work for even a small piece of validation in his life, even from his own damn parents.

anonymous asked:

If you or another Dean fan gets a chance, could you please ask Jensen what he'd like to see for Dean next season? Season 12 was such a disappointment. A lot of Dean fans I know are struggling to find a reason to keep tuning in next season, esp if Dabb is still in charge. We miss our badass Dean who was part of the storylines, not relegated to the sidelines for episodes on end.

Hello dear anon!

I am sorry for only replying now after JIB. Even though I can’t recall anyone asking a similar question during one of Jensen’s panels, I personally think that Jensen let shine through quite a bit how he felt about S12 as I had the impression he was criticising the writing of the latest season quite a bit, but in very measured, subtle and polite manners.

For example I think with how highly he talked about “Regarding Dean” and how much he enjoyed being given the possibility to really breach out and challenge himself in that episode showed that he wishes to get more opportunities to stretch his legs creatively speaking.

And also, when he talked about reading the script for 12x22 and revealed his own “headcanon” about how he personally made sense of Amara’s “I am going to give you what you need most”  he also pointed out rather directly how much he struggled with large portions of the season as they didn’t make “sense” to him, because he couldn’t really pin point what they did with Mary, etc. and therefore had ~issues with the “portrayal” of the relationship between the brothers and their mom.

SPN has always been a show in which the audience or the actors need to fill in the gaps, but I personally think in arcs as big as this one the creatve writing team should be giving directions to the main characters on what’s to come and what’s the point, because apparently they failed to deliver making clear what the plan is quite drastically. Plus: While Jensen managed to make sense of the season for himself by putting 12x22 in relation to Amara deciding to bring Mary back, Jensen also made it pretty clear that when he shared his headcanon with Robert Berens, Berens didn’t really budge or confirm that any of that truly was his intention in writing. So…

As much as I actually liked 12x22 and Jensen’s acting in it and his headcanon and trying to make sense of the season, I personally think if indeed Jensen’s headcanon matches loosely with the intention of the writers they did a pretty horrible job at executing this storyline, because catharsis for Dean certainly looks different imo and healing as well. What this season achieved was killing the myth of Mary and making her a real life person with very real issues and horrible behaviour - and I have no problems with that, I have a great deal of issues with the fact that everything Dean suffered and did and fought for this season that in the end Mary didn’t even wrap Dean into a hug ffs!!!!!!, cause that’s just phew…. Let’s just say I am really really angry - because well, yeah Dean saves her (while the show in that moment also grossly ignores all of Dean’s own traumas, but only had him focus on Sam - seriously, fuck you Dabb! Dean didn’t suffer in Hell? Or in purgatory? Or the MoC? Only Sam had traumas and a bad life after Mary’s death?) and who gets hugged? Sam. Thank god he at least pulls Dean into a hug. But yeah Mary… Just grrrrrr, writers fail. But gladly I am able to just ignore that all for now when thinking back to my JIB 8 experiences. ;)

Templar recruit voice in the Gallows: I can’t WAIT ‘till I’ve trained enough to meet a REAL MAGE!
Jayden: Suddenly I think you would have actually made a pretty good Templar, brother.
Carver: Ugh, give it a rest.
Jayden: No, I’m serious. You at least have met real mages. The Order couldn’t just fill your head with whatever nonsense they’re stuffing into these people.
Carver: … Thanks. I guess.
Jayden: I’m still glad you’re not a Templar, though.
Carver: I figured as much. So am I.

(I heard this bit of dialogue in the Gallows today that went kind of like the templar recruit line here? I didn’t see the speech bubble and didn’t catch all the words but that’s what it sounded like. And oviously it’s something that I kinda KNEW already, but it hit home this time - there are actual real templar recruits who have never ever met a mage, and they’re not allowed to. From the Order’s perspective it undoubtedly makes a whole lot of sense; this sort of recruits can’t really build personal sympathy for the mages. :S It’s horrifying.)

((oh and Carver and Jay have previously had a talk about what Carver would have done if the whole Warden thing hadn’t happened. It was a Talk. They’re all right. xD)

100% agree

Ted Bundy’s Psychiatric Report by Emanuel Tanay, MD.

Emanuel Tanay was a Forensic Psychiatrist and a  Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Wayne State University Medical School in Detroit. In 1979, Michael Minerva, Ted Bundy’s public defender contacted him about the Chi Omega case. On May 18, 1979, Emanuel Tanay examined Ted Bundy and forwarded his report to Minerva (taken from Tanay’s book, American Legal Injustice) : 

Mr. Bundy is a 32-year-old, handsome-looking man, dressed with the casual elegance of a young college professor. He was meticulously groomed, from well-cared-for fingernails to freshly washed hair. He was in total command of the situation. The deputy sheriffs appeared more like part of his entourage than policemen guarding a prisoner.

The conference room had many comfortable chairs. Two chairs, however, were particularly comfortable looking; these were taken by the deputies into the hallway for their own use. Mr. Bundy, in a very firm but definite manner, instructed the deputies that this arrangement did not meet with his approval. They not only complied with his request to return the chairs, but seemed to be apologetic.

I was accompanied to the conference room by Mr. Minerva, Public Defender for the Second Judicial Circuit, who has a large staff of lawyers working for him. Observing the interaction, however brief, between Mr. Bundy and Mr. Minerva would lead one to believe that Mr. Minerva was Mr. Bundy’s assistant.

Mr. Bundy made a few pointed inquiries to Mr. Minerva about certain work to be done and made a few polite but firm suggestions as to future work. In my brief visit prior to the examination to the offices of the Public Defender, I heard a lawyer whose name I don’t know telling Mr. Minerva that he did go to visit Mr. Bundy in jail but never did have a chance to speak to him because Mr. Bundy was busy on the phone. Based upon various observations, I have reached the impression that the Public Defender’s office is dominated, to a large degree, by the issues and controversies involving Mr. Bundy’s case.

At the outset of the interview, Mr. Bundy commented upon the security precautions, saying that they were the result of ‘the Bundy mystique’ that has developed as a result of news media activities. This was presented in the manner of a complaint; it was, however, my impression that Mr. Bundy was taking pride in his celebrity status.

In the nearly three hours that I spent with Mr. Bundy, I found him to be in a cheerful, even jovial mood. He was witty but not flippant. He spoke freely, but meaningful communication was never established. [Bundy treated me as if I were another news media personality and not a psychiatrist who might assist his lawyers in defending him.] I asked about his apparent lack of concern that was so out of keeping with the charges facing him. He acknowledged that he is facing a possible death sentence. However, he said, ‘I will cross that bridge when I get to it.’

In contrast to the eloquence that Mr. Bundy displays when talking about abstract matters, particularly those related to his case, he has little interest in discussing his past life history or his interpersonal relationships.

His early childhood was fatherless, he is an illegitimate child. At the age of five he acquired a step-father who appears to have made a minimal impact upon him. He professes no difficulties in childhood or adolescence and specifically denies any type of antisocial activities. When confronted with the information contained in the file that as an adolescent he was involved in forging skiing tickets, he gives a detailed account of that particular venture. He described this enterprise with laughter and obvious delight. He does admit the irrefutable, like his stealing of cars, credit card misuse, etc.; however, this occurred only after his ‘unjust’ conviction in Utah for kidnapping, and according to Mr. Bundy, is to be attributed to the influence of his fellow inmates.

Stealing and forgery were completely alien to him prior to his incarceration. [It is typical that he presents information that, with his intelligence, he must know I would find not credible. When I present him with evidence to the contrary, he readily admits his misrepresentation and fabricates another explanation.]

His presentation of the evidence in the Utah kidnapping case against him is psychiatrically significant for diagnostic purposes. At first he presents it in a manner which places him in the role of being the victim of a gross miscarriage of justice perpetrated by a prejudiced judge. He was convicted because he drove a Volkswagen, and the perpetrator of the kidnapping drove a Volkswagen also. [He omitted that additional identifying items irrefutably connected to the crime were also found in his Volkswagen.]

However, when Mr. Bundy becomes aware of the fact that I am familiar with evidence used during that trial, he rationalizes away every piece of evidence that linked him to the crime. The victim described a crowbar, pantyhose, handcuffs, and other items [which were found in his Volkswagen]. It just so happened by a fluke that Mr. Bundy, at the time of his arrest, had all of the above items and was also identified by the victim. Mr. Bundy is unable to recognize the significance of evidence held against him.

It would be simplistic to characterize this as merely lying, in as much as he acts as if his perception of the insignificance of the evidence was real. He makes decisions based upon these distorted perceptions of reality. Furthermore, he maintains an attitude and mood consistent with his perception of reality, namely, he is neither concerned nor distressed in what would be an appropriate behavior, given the charges facing him.

The interactions of Mr. Bundy with the police and the whole criminal justice system have been discussed at length with him and his attorneys. It is my opinion, based upon a variety of data, that his dealings with the criminal justice system are dominated by psychopathology.

Transcripts of the many hours of his conversations with police officers constitute a variety of a ‘confession.’ When this is pointed out to him by me, he does not dispute my inference; he merely provides a different justification. Whatever the explanation, the consequences of the verbal games that Mr. Bundy played with investigators were counterproductive to his defense and occurred against the advice of his counsel. [Bundy was primarily interested in keeping the interaction with the police going; therefore, from time to time, he offered them some juicy tidbit to keep their interest.]

Mr. Bundy “confessed” to the crimes while maintaining his innocence. The intellectual denials and emotional admissions are quite apparent from the tapes and transcripts of his conversations with the investigators. The same attitude was maintained during the interview with me. … Thus it could be argued that Mr. Bundy does have a factual understanding of the proceedings, but lacks a rational understanding of what is facing him. [The needs of the moment dominate what he does. The consequences play a secondary role.]

The interview, the conference with defense counsel, and the document material reviewed show that Mr. Bundy functions in the role of ‘chief counsel,’ and the public defender has been consistently manipulated into the role of ‘associate counsel.’

Mr. Bundy makes motions in open court, passes judgment in open court on adequacy of legal research of points raised by the defense, and schedules depositions that sometimes conflict with plans made by his defense attorneys.

In his decision-making process, Mr. Bundy is guided by his emotional needs, sometimes to the detriment of his legal interests. Mr. Bundy’s pathological need to defy authority and to manipulate his associates and adversaries supplies him with ‘thrills’ to the detriment of his ability to cooperate with his counsel.

Mr. Bundy’s activities are damaging and disruptive to a great many people who come in contact with him, in whatever capacity. This fact in itself would be of little relevance to the issue of ability to stand trial. However, the same activities are also, in some instances, self-destructive and represent an interference with his defense.

Whether the defendant is mentally fit to assume the role of a defendant presumably should have some bearing upon the nature of the contemplated defenses. …

It should be noted that Mr. Bundy placed himself in a rather disadvantageous position by his non-confession confession. To assert the insanity defense, it is generally necessary to admit the commission of the criminal act and discuss it with defense counsel and the experts. Mr. Bundy does talk to the crime investigators about ‘my problem,’ but refrains from doing so with his attorneys and the expert they have chosen.

If one assumes that Mr. Bundy has committed the crimes with which he is charged, then psychiatrically, the possibility of mental derangement at the time of the acts would be a definite consideration. I have reference to the brutality of the assaults and the infliction of severe bites including biting off the nipples. The bizarreness and brutality are often associated with mental states that may qualify for the insanity defense.

On the face of it, the denial of having committed a terrible crime is adaptive and self-serving; however, in the present context it appears to be self-defeating. I realize that it could be argued that Mr. Bundy has some chance to prevail on the claim of his innocence. I consider that exceedingly unlikely, not only because of the evidence that the prosecution has against him but also due to Mr. Bundy’s behavior in the past and in the future. I would anticipate that in the unlikely event that the prosecution’s case against him would weaken, he would, through his behavior, bolster the prosecution’s case. I have much less doubt about Mr. Bundy’s capacity to assist the prosecution than his ability to assist his own counsel.

If one assumes that his sadistic acts, including homicides attributed to Mr. Bundy in Tallahassee, were carried out by him, then psychiatrically it would be likely that various other similar acts have been perpetrated by him. It could then be argued that he is effective in concealing his criminal activities. Such an argument would be only partly true. It would be more accurate to say that he is of two minds on this issue—he attempts to conceal and reveal his involvement. He masterminds escapes with a great deal of ingenuity, and arranges for his apprehension.

I have discussed with Mr. Bundy his appraisal of the evidence held against him. It is his view that the case against him is weak or even frivolous. This judgment of Mr. Bundy’s is inaccurate according to his defense counsel and, most likely, represents a manifestation of his personality disorder.

In view of the fact that on conviction, he faces the death sentence, the acceptance of an offer of a life sentence in exchange for a guilty plea was something to be considered seriously. This option was precluded by Mr. Bundy’s view that the prosecution’s case against him was weak. This is at least his explanation of why he was unwilling to consider this particular approach.

It is my impression that a major factor is his deep-seated need to have a trial, which he views as an opportunity to confront and confound various authority figures. In this last category I include, for his purposes, not only judges and prosecutors, but also his defense attorneys.

In a certain sense, Mr. Bundy is a producer of a play that attempts to show that various authority figures can be manipulated, set
against each other, and placed in positions of conflict. Mr. Bundy does not have the capacity to recognize that the price for producing this ‘thriller’ might be his own life. Mr. Bundy the Lawyer does not recognize that his client, Bundy the Defendant, is not being adequately represented.

We have here an individual who has had a history of antisocial behavior during his adolescence. There is history of poor occupational performance and antisocial behavior during adult life—one felony conviction in Utah and the unfinished trial for homicide in Colorado. Furthermore, there is an undisputed history of forgery, stealing of cars, etc.

In the interview situation there is no symptomatology consistent with psychotic illness. The overall demeanor is typical for an individual suffering from a personality disorder.

Whether or not this condition is considered mental illness for criminal law purposes is a subject of controversy within law and psychiatry. In the past this particular condition was called psychopathy; at the present time the term antisocial personality is more commonly used. There are those who believe that this condition is merely a variant of normality, whereas others insist that this is a genuine illness. It is my view that sociopathy, if sufficiently severe, is an illness in as much as there is impairment of a variety of psychic functions. Among others, sociopaths have a peculiar sensitivity to intoxicating substances, particularly alcohol. Many of the more bizarre crimes committed by sociopaths are in response to alcohol consumption. The psychopathology of a sociopath is not easily recognized because they do not provide symptoms easily recognized by a lay person or even a psychiatrist. Sociopaths understandably arouse a great deal of hostility and there is therefore a tendency to view them more as “bad” than as sick. Furthermore, they themselves deny that they suffer from an illness. Be that as it may, severe personality disorder does not justify an insanity defense.

I have carefully reviewed the Florida provisions dealing with incompetence to stand trial. I have serious doubts that Mr. Bundy has ‘sufficient present ability to consult with his lawyers with a reasonable degree of rational understanding.’ In view of this fact, it is my recommendation that a judicial determination of Mr. Bundy’s ability to stand trial be made.

How to Be an Escort's Favorite Client

1. Wherever you find your escort, research her. Does she have a website, does she have ads going back at least 6 months, does she have reviews (although some escorts do not like being reviewed)? Google her name and phone number or email before contacting her. Also expect her to want to screen your for her own safety; be respectful and provide whatever info she requires.

2. Be on time, or call if you will be more than 10 minutes late. Unless you are giving notice of a time change well in advance, expect to pay for the time you missed. If your 60 minute date was supposed to start at 7 and you get there at 7:15, STILL LEAVE AT 8. Please respect the escort’s time and schedule, and don’t linger. Even if the escort genuinely enjoyed the time with you, it is annoying and awkward if you overstay. If you want more time, ask and if she says yes, expect to pay for it at the rate previously discussed.

3. Know what’s on menu in advance and do not deviate from it. Escorts use code words like, CIM, greek, GFE, PSE… google these before you call or email.

4. Never ever discuss sexual acts or money in person. For your own safety! If it is a sting, they will try to get you to say what you are there for out loud. When in doubt, kiss the girl or ask her to get more comfortable. If she complies, green light!

5. Money first always! If you must refer to it at any time, call it a gift. Do not hand the money directly to her, set it down where she can see it, or wherever you were told to beforehand, (often by the sink in the bathroom).

6. Be nice, treat her like a lady, and be respectful. She is a real person, you don’t need to be intimidated and you certainly shouldn’t feel superior either.

7. Don’t feel like you need to blow her mind sexually. While noble, and very sweet, she is there for you. Do not hold back at the beginning because you want to last for her, this often ends in not being able to finish at all. Which nobody wants. You can take care of her after if you enjoy that, but no pressure here either.

8. Try to read her cues. She is a real women with real likes and dislikes. Not everyone wants to be talked dirty to, or smash-cuddled post coitus. Some might love it though!


9. She will not be offended if you need to leave right after. Whether you need to get back to work, or just aren’t into idle chit-chat and cuddling, do your thing. She will enjoy the extra down-time. If you have a genuine rapport or chemistry, or if you are just enjoying the company and a break from real life, then stay the whole time! She will be happy either way.


10. Tip! Always tip. No one care if it’s $20 or $200, tip your escort. Unless she was terrible. Tipping lets the woman know that you liked her and that you appreciate her time and effort. This is especially important if you want to see the escort again. If you went for a twofer, then tip extra well!


11. Ask her if she would like to be reviewed. If yes, keep it simple, and do not fabricate. If you say she did something that she didn’t, other clients may expect that same service in the future.


12. Always be clean!!! Very very clean. If you just came from work or whatever, take a quick shower at the location. You don’t want to be known as the ‘Smegma-Guy’.


13. That’s it! Real advice from real escorts.


14. Bring wine or a gift. Escorts love this and you will go right to the front of the line, hopefully. Wine can help to get you both relaxed and comfortable, and is a good social lubricant when you have to make all the magic happen in an hour or two. You can ask in advance what she likes, and don’t forget the glasses! Gift certificates are always a safe bet if you want to bring a gift, stores like Amazon, Victoria’s Secret, Bath and Body, etc. If you know the escort well, you may want to give her more personalized gifts like lingerie, jewelry, and perfume. ****Super extra bonus points if you buy her drinks/take her to dinner first, (WHILE she is being compensated for her time at her usual rate). If you really enjoy her company and can afford to do this, this is the best way to make her feel special. Remember she is on the clock though, and do not ever ask her to meet for free. That is a line neither of you should cross.

anonymous asked:

Hello! I heard you were a new blog and I'm here to send my best regards to you! I've recently become very sick and just wanted an RFA + Saeran reaction to MC becoming ill and how they would help her recover! Thank you <3

thank you so much for your kind wishes! I hope this makes you feel better, get well soon <3

- Admin Cat Mom.

Yoosung

  • is!! worried!!
  • worried is now his last name.
  • stays at home until you feel better.
  • you insist than he shouldn’t miss classes because of you but he is one stubborn bean.
  • okay, alright, he’ll go to the first two classes stop nagging please.
  • cooks special meals for you.
  • and they all have smiley faces and/or cute animal shapes!
  • goes with you to all your doctor’s appointments.
  • asks a lot of questions, he wants to know what to do and what not to do.
  • he’s been secretly checking webmd for the past few days, so that’s progress.
  • at least he knows now you’re not dying from some rare disease.
  • wasn’t careful enough and now he’s the one who’s sick!
  • it’s okay, it was worth it.
  • now it’s his turn to receive all your care and attention!

Zen

  • this man has the immune system of a god
  • he doesn’t mind staying by your side to take care of you, there’s no way in hell he’ll get sick.
  • the days he has to go to rehearsals he texts and calls you a lot.
  • when he’s home, he does everything in his power to make sure you’re comfortable.
  • brushes your hair, gets you extra blankets and pillows, and gives you lots of forehead kisses.
  • sings lullabies to you! it helps a lot when you’re having trouble sleeping.
  • he believes you’re the most beautiful being to ever exist even when you’re sick and is not afraid to express it.
  • zen please, don’t do this to MC.
  • he sucks at taking care of your actual illness, so you have to explain a few things to him.
  • he feels embarrassed but since he’s a quick learner, everything goes smoothly after that.

Jaehee

  • props to this lady for always being so sweet and caring.
  • seriously you’re so lucky to have her.
  • plans literally everything, nothing ever goes wrong thanks to jaehee.
  • aside from preparing meals for you, giving you lots of fluids and making sure you’re taking your meds, she suggests doing relaxing activities.
  • like watching Zen’s shows.
  • you try to pay attention and take part in the discussion about his acting, but you feel so sick you end up falling asleep on her shoulder.
  • panics for a second, she doesn’t want to get sick!
  • she should’ve been more careful.
  • still, she doesn’t have the heart to wake you up.
  • ah, screw it.
  • she kisses your cheek and lets you sleep.
  • next time, she’ll wear a surgical mask while taking care of you.

Jumin

  • this man gets you the best doctors and the best treatments.
  • and he monitors everything.
  • despite jaehee’s protests, he takes a few days off from work.
  • if you’re not getting better or get slightly worst, someone’s ass is getting fired.
  • sadly, he’s not that good at taking care of someone on a smaller scale.
  • so you reassure him that you’re thankful for all the ridiculously expensive medical care.
  • then you ask him to just… read something to you.
  • he’s more than happy to oblige, of course.
  • confesses that he’s deeply worried about you and wants you to recover soon because he hates seeing you like this.
  • promises to pay more attention to your needs, do you want him to cook you some homemade soup? he doesn’t know how to, but he’s heard that helps.
  • jumin nO he’s the sweetest though

Seven

  • thisisfine.jpg
  • you seem so ill…
  • okay, his main goal in this situation is to… make you laugh?
  • because let’s face it, this boy is not qualified to take care of anyone.
  • asks jaehee, yoosung and saeran for help, he feels so useless at first.
  • does research on his part as well.
  • everything gets confusing for you when he starts trying every home remedy in the book.
  • and then
  • “DOCTOR 7 0 7 IS IN THE HOUSE TO TAKE GOOD CARE OF YA.”
  • “…what?”
  • he’s wearing the white coat and everything.
  • what is this child doing?
  • you’re so used to his way of doing things that you decide to humor him a little.
  • he actually ends up making you feel a lot better!

V

  • constantly checks on you when he’s not home.
  • brings you small gifts and photographs to make you smile.
  • he’s learned a few things about taking care of someone who’s sick.
  • so this is quite easy for him.
  • loves booping your runny nose for some reason? 
  • “aw, come on, don’t be gross, V.”
  • suggests doing a movie marathon? maybe that will cheer you up.
  • prepares warm baths for you.
  • he’s a sweetheart throughout the entire process.

Saeran

  • he may not know how to take care of a human being
  • he can’t even take care of himself.
  • he may not know how to approach them
  • but if there’s one thing he’s a freaking expert at
  • it’s being sick
  • if you’ve got an upset tummy, he’ll teach you how to relax and sit comfortably to let it calm down.
  • if you need your meds, a cold compress, or a glass of water, he’ll get it for you.
  • he looks angry and miserable while doing it, though, but honestly he’s trying his best, give some credit to this poor bean.
  • also don’t take it personally if he keeps his distance.
  • just because he’s used to it doesn’t mean he wants to get sick.
  • for all he knows it could be the plague because you look like death.
Garish Room #28 [2017 ver. member A to Z case of Reita] part 1

- Actor (favorite actor / actress, own acting ability)

Reita: She’s not an actress, but I like Miranda Kerr (laughs). Since she’s the only one who I follow in my instagram, I think it was a crux for fans. And about me, for example, in a video, although there is required acting skills, for me it is completely unthinkable. Many years ago we discussed to stop acting by ourselves. If this is a photoset, then this is self-evident, but if to imagine yourself in a role…I’m quite a bad actor. At the time we created the video [MAD MARBLE HELL VISION], they told me “Get smeared in blood, making something like moans". And I answered: “No, could you take a little pity on me?” (laughs). It’s so embarrassing. But if my partner was an actress, then I would have thought about it (laughs).

- Baby (when you behave like a child)

Reita: When I can’t find things, I’m very angry. I am known for having such a character that I never get upset, but at such situations I can’t be helped. Even searching in the drawer, at first I quickly view everything, but if I can not find, then I throw out all the contents from it. Although I actually lose things easily, I created such a public image, as if I don’t lose them, but it seems that here (in this article) it will be destroyed (laughs). Well, basically, I’m in the places where there are no messy boxes.

- Christmas (memories of christmas)

Reita: This is a story I didn’t tell on the radio. When I was about 6 years old, my parents divorced and for next Christmas I wanted a pretty big rhinoceros “ZOIDS”, so I was looking forward with great anticipation to go to buy it with my mother. But, since it’s been a very short time since the divorce, and besides, my mother was buisy at work, she could not go with me to buy it, because she worked even on Christmas Day. But since I wanted to go buy it together, I said that everything is fine, even if we buy it next day, so, the essence was that I was looking forward to the fact that we’ll go buy it together. But then on the very Christmas Day ZOIDS was delivered to us by the courier. In the usual situation, at that moment, in theory, I should be very happy, but I was too much expecting the fact that we will go together to buy it, and I, calling my mother, who was at the time in the workplace, too vigorously expressed my discontent …This is the memory for which I want to insanely apologize. It was just unforgivable.

- Danger (it was dangerous!)

Reita: Maybe when I had an operation on my throat. I was in such a condition that I was given a blood transfusion, and now I’m already well, but at that time, it seems, it was quite dangerous.

- Emergency (things you think you need to do now, as soon as possible)

Reita: Do sport. For about 2 months my wrists ached, which I damaged by stretching ligaments, so I could not train muscles at all. And then, after an injection, two days later everything began to heal. And from there, I ran into the gym. Trying to be careful in the diet, I didn’t eat anything but white rice, therefore, in order to catch up the time lost so far, already today I want to quickly train. However, since the story of muscle training will not be well received by the public, let’s dwell on this (laughs).

- Fashion (preferences in style)

Reita: I have no special preferences, but it will suffice to say that these are spacious clothes. Almost everyone wears tight-fitting things, but I directly envy their equanimity in this matter. In comparison with the old times, in terms of accessories, I can not wear anything other than the necessary minimum, things that I liked. As for color I hate that I wear only black, gray and white shades, and I would really like to fix it. Actually, I would like that such color, as green, would suit to me, for example (laughs).

- Ghibli (Ghibli’s favorite works)

Reita: “Spirited Away” or “Princess Mononoke” … At the same time, it was also such that I didn’t watch anything except “My Neighbor Totoro”. Since in the first part of “Spirited Away” I eat onigiri, they seem super delicious to me. Probably, I like such ambience.

- Health (what do you pay special attention in the field of health)

Reita: I gave up carbohydrates. However, due to the heavy workload recently, the level of sugar in my blood dropped and there was some really sticky sweat. At that time, of course, I used a little sugar. But basically, I eat vegetables and meat, and tofu … Well, since I pretty much follow what I eat, I’m a little annoying people around.

- Immorality (about treasons, which became a hot topic in 2016)

Reita: Aaaah about this… treason is not good. In this case it is difficult to get approval, isn’t it? (laughs). It seems that people who commit treason absolutely don’t care at all, right? This is constantly shown on TV, isn’t it?  So I started to wonder “what is it?”. And I stopped watching TV, So more than a year, strictly speaking, I don’t have an antenna connected. As for people, I guess, that this is the very thing which feeds the dirty (vulgar) part of human beings. So in reality, they just become shitty creatures (laughs)

- Junk (unnecessary things at home)

Reita: If from the point of view of other people, then it’s probably going to be dumbbells or something like that, isn’t it (laughs). I threw away all the things that I didn’t need, but now in my room there is still a broken speaker for stereo.

- Kimi no Na Wa (the film “Your name”)

Reita: I didn’t watch it, but I was surprised that it sells so well! Even if, for example, good adults will watch it, they will still be interested, won’t they? I think that I would like to watch it one day, but precisely because of the fact that it sells so well, my punk soul lacks the desire to watch it (laughs).

- Love (the importance that love occupies in your life)

Reita: I think that if I wasn’t in the band, the most part would be occupied by THIS (love), isn’t it? But when you’re in a band, the band is more important to you than anything else, so to neglect the group and be completely absorbed in this feeling, this hasn’t happened to me yet. In my life, the presence of love is not so great. Fortunately, I never got upset because of this (laughs).

- Moving (сonditions for moving)

Reita: The hallway should be spacious. Landscape, when I open the front door, should create a feeling, as if I open the door wide to the side. When I return home, would like to feel free in sentimental way. If it’s Tokyo, then it will be quite difficult, right?

- No (work that you would not like to receive by being a member of the Gazette)

Reita: For example, to get into a bath with hot water or something? (laughs) In fact, the work about which I’d have thought that I don’t want to do it, until this moment I just didn’t do anything like that.

translated from japanese to russian by shimizu_ran.vk for the_gazette_quotes.vk

translated from russian to english by me

as always thx for reading and sorry for mistakes ^^

anonymous asked:

I cannot believe that you and the people you associate with believe that taunting your fellow Tumblr users and discussing lewd acts will make you appear smart in any way. You seem to think you are brilliant. In my day, brilliant was studying, going to a world class university, and making something of yourself. I recommend you log off occasionally and try to experience the world. It may shock you with its beauty.

ok

“Winston continues the tales from the attic. "So we had this joke. Meri and I would like to see the girls that you would come back with to the house. That was always what we enjoyed, because we’d be in bed like an old couple. We’d have our spot cream on our faces and we’d be in our pajamas and the door would go off. The stairwell was right outside our door, so we’d wait to see if Harry was coming home alone or with people.”

“I was alone,” notes Styles. “I was scared of Meri.”

“He wasn’t always alone,” corrects Winston, “but it was exciting seeing the array of A-listers that would come up and sleep in the attic. Or he’d come and lounge with us. We’d never discuss business. He would act as if he hadn’t come back from playing to 80,000 people three nights in a row in Rio de Janeiro.”“

Literally what the fuck