escape quote

Because it is the madness in my head that drives me to love with all my heart, no matter how perforated it may become.
If I did not love, the beast that is inside of me would devour me whole.
—  The Prosen One
Saeran's Route
  • MC: Saeran, can I rest my head on your shoulder~?
  • Saeran: ...N-Not while we’re in public.
  • MC: *pouts*
  • Saeyoung : You can use my shoulder~
  • Saeran: *pulls her and forcefully makes her rest her head on his shoulder without saying a word*
  • MC and Saeyoung: *brief sparkly thumbs up*
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March 24th 1944: The ‘Great Escape’

On this day in 1944, a group of Allied prisoners of war staged a daring escape attempt from the German prisoner of war camp at Stalag Luft III. This camp, located in what is now Poland, held captured Allied pilots mostly from Britain and the United States. In 1943, an Escape Committee under the leadership of Squadron Leader Roger Bushell of the RAF, supervised prisoners surreptitiously digging three 30 foot tunnels out of the camp, which they nicknamed ‘Tom’, ‘Dick’ and ‘Harry’. The tunnels led to woods beyond the camp and were remarkably sophisticated - lined with wood, and equipped with rudimentary ventilation and electric lighting. The successful construction of the tunnels was particularly impressive as the Stalag Luft III camp was designed to make it extremely difficult to tunnel out as the barracks were raised and the area had a sandy subsoil. ‘Tom’ was discovered by the Germans in September 1943, and ‘Dick’ was abandoned to be used as a dirt depository, leaving ‘Harry’ as the prisoners’ only hope. By the time of the escape, American prisoners who had assisted in tunneling had been relocated to a different compound, making the escapeees mostly British and Commonwealth citizens. 200 airmen had planned to make their escape through the ‘Harry’ tunnel, but on the night of March 24th 1944, only 76 managed to escape the camp before they were discovered by the guards. However, only three of the escapees - Norwegians Per Bergsland and Jens Müller and Dutchman Bram van der Stok - found their freedom. The remaining 73 were recaptured, and 50 of them, including Bushell, were executed by the Gestapo on Adolf Hitler’s orders, while the rest were sent to other camps. While the escape was generally a failure, it helped boost morale among prisoners of war, and has become enshrined in popular memory due to its fictionalised depiction in the 1963 film The Great Escape.

“Three bloody deep, bloody long tunnels will be dug – Tom, Dick, and Harry. One will succeed!”
- Roger Bushell

And the Snakes Start to Sing // Bring Me The Horizon

  • Police Officer: How high are you?
  • Saeyoung: No Officer it's 'Hi How are you?' lolololol
  • Saeran: Please lock him up and if not, take me with you.

كيفَ الهُروبُ وأنتِ ساكِنَتي

وإني قد سَكنتُكْ 

- عبدالعزيز جويدة 

How do I escape when you live within me .. 

and I live within you ..