going to have a ball

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It’s exhilarating and it honestly makes for some of the best sex they’ve ever had. Credence really doesn’t wanna go back to answer questions, but he also doesn’t wanna disappoint seraphina. Credence is such a chronic people pleasure, which even he’s not sure if it’s a result of his upbringing or just who he is

Like……they are completely and utterly debauched when they come back. Graves barely managed to smooth back his hair, but he’s got no coat, no tie, no belt on. Just a loose shirt with rolled up sleeves and a pair of worn workpants. Credence is a curly haired mess, the ends of his hair still wet from the bath, no socks on with his boots (one isn’t laced up correctly). He’s bundled up in a sweater of Graves’, and a coat because it’s cold out and Graves was convinced that 3 seconds they’re outside during apparation would kill him.

The class is just staring at them, the highest ranking auror in the country and a man they don’t even know but can apparently duel the previously mentioned auror, looking like something out of a brothel.

“Well?” demands Graves, crossing his arms. “Don’t you brats have questions, or is Ilvermorny making you all soft these days?”

Hey… so I’ve never been to a professional show before, but I’m going to see the Book of Mormon (😍😳😍) this Friday at the Music Hall in Kansas City. Two questions: one, it’s going to be cold as balls out and the warmest jacket I have is a sweatshirt. Is that okay, as long as I don’t wear it inside or something? I just need advice in general for what to wear, tbh. And two: has anyone on here ever stage doored at the Music Hall? Can you tell me where the door is, if it’s clearly marked, stuff like that? I’m a complete novice 😅 Thank you!

And someone keeps shouting go hawks and I want to shout ya kicky ball but have to maintain my professionalism in my work environment if I want to continue living an unstable life style

NFL Week 13 7PM

Welcome to the 7PM update for Week 13! Before we get to the takeaways for today’s early games, here’s how the late games are going as they wind down.

-The Buffalo Bills currently have the ball in Oakland, but they trail the fierce Raiders 38-24 with eight minutes left in the fourth.

-The Washington Redskins and Arizona Cardinals have been trading the lead during the second half, and the Cardinals currently lead their former NFC East rivals 24-20 with ten minutes left in Glendale.

-In Pittsburgh, the Steelers and Antonio Brown lead Eli Manning’s New York Giants 21-7 with just under seven minutes remaining.

-And in San Diego, the Chargers trail the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 28-21 with just under seven minutes remaining as well there.

Now for some early-game storylines and summaries.

-The Chiefs’ close victory against the Falcons was one of pure emotion for the Kansas City squad, since comeback man Eric Berry helped them a lot today.

-The Ravens did what they do best on both defense and offense today and that’s what helped them beat the Dolphins.

-The 49ers appear to be struggling more than the Bears at the time being, as evidenced by the Bears’ Soldier Field victory today.

-There can’t be very many credible excuses for the once-hot Eagles losing today to the Bengals in Cincinnati; Green and Dalton themselves weren’t looking so hot in their past couple of games.

-Green Bay’s defense clearly overpowered the Houston Texans’ offense today in The Pack’s 21-13 victory at Lambeau.

-The Rams wanted to play anyone but the Patriots today, and that Patriots squad, with Brady and Gronkowski, reminded Los Angeles just why. The Pats never show any opponent mercy in Foxborough,

-It takes some effort to defeat the Denver Broncos, even without Peyton Manning. Today’s game in Jacksonville displayed that it takes some extra effort if you’re the Jaguars.

7:40 now in the East. The Oakland Raiders have defeated the Buffalo Bills 38-24, the Arizona Cardinals held on with a late interception against the Washington Redskins to prevail 31-23, the Pittsburgh Steelers upset the New York Giants 24-14 at Heinz Field, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have held off the San Diego Chargers for a 28-21 victory.

Stay tuned for Sunday Night Football on NBC between the Carolina Panthers and Seattle Seahawks at 8:30 Eastern! It will be a rematch of the 2005 NFC Championship Game. And tomorrow night, Week 13 concludes with Monday Night Football between the Indianapolis Colts and New York Jets at the same time on ESPN.

I Wish

I wish I could stop stressing.
I wish I could stop having mental breakdowns.
I wish I could stop crying.
I wish I didn’t have to worry about what college I’m going to.
I wish I didn’t have to worry about if I’m going to play college ball or not.
I wish I didn’t have to freak out about exams.
I wish I still had friends that cared.
I wish that I wasn’t sleep deprived.
I wish I could focus on homework.
I wish that I wasn’t drowning in homework.
I wish I understood calculus.
I wish I understood chemistry.
I wish my teachers knew I can’t comprehend what they are teaching me.
I wish someone was capable of helping me.
I wish that I still had someone to tell everything to.
I wish my “best friend” still wanted to hang out with me.
I wish that my “best friend” wasn’t leaving me.
I wish someone still cared.
I wish that I wasn’t lonely.
I wish that he missed me.
I wish that he still cared about me.
But, I wish most of all he still loved me.

QBQ! The Question Behind the Question - John G. Miller | Economics |361826839

QBQ! The Question Behind the Question
John G. Miller
Genre: Economics
Price: $16.99
Publish Date: September 9, 2004

The lack of personal accountability is a problem that has resulted in an epidemic of blame, victim thinking, complaining, and procrastination. No organization—or individual—can successfully compete in the marketplace, achieve goals and objectives, provide outstanding service, engage in exceptional teamwork, or develop people without personal accountability.   John G. Miller believes that the troubles that plague organizations cannot be solved by pointing fingers and blaming others. Rather, the real solutions are found when each of us recognizes the power of personal accountability. In QBQ! The Question Behind the Question ® , Miller explains how negative, ill-focused questions like “Why do we have to go through all this change?” and “Who dropped the ball?” represent a lack of personal accountability. Conversely, when we ask better questions—QBQs—such as “What can I do to contribute?” or “How can I help solve the problem?” our lives and our organizations are transformed. THE QBQ! PROMISE This remarkable and timely book provides a practical method for putting personal accountability into daily actions, with astonishing results: problems are solved, internal barriers come down, service improves, teams thrive, and people adapt to change more quickly. QBQ! is an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to learn, grow, and change. Using this tool, each of us can add tremendous worth to our organizations and to our lives by eliminating blame, victim-thinking, and procrastination.                                                                                                   QBQ! was written more than a decade ago and has helped countless readers practice personal accountability at work and at home. This version features a new foreword, revisions and new material throughout, and a section of  FAQs that the author has received over the years. From the Hardcover edition.

QBQ! The Question Behind the Question - John G. Miller | Economics |361826839

QBQ! The Question Behind the Question
John G. Miller
Genre: Economics
Price: $16.99
Publish Date: September 9, 2004

The lack of personal accountability is a problem that has resulted in an epidemic of blame, victim thinking, complaining, and procrastination. No organization—or individual—can successfully compete in the marketplace, achieve goals and objectives, provide outstanding service, engage in exceptional teamwork, or develop people without personal accountability.   John G. Miller believes that the troubles that plague organizations cannot be solved by pointing fingers and blaming others. Rather, the real solutions are found when each of us recognizes the power of personal accountability. In QBQ! The Question Behind the Question ® , Miller explains how negative, ill-focused questions like “Why do we have to go through all this change?” and “Who dropped the ball?” represent a lack of personal accountability. Conversely, when we ask better questions—QBQs—such as “What can I do to contribute?” or “How can I help solve the problem?” our lives and our organizations are transformed. THE QBQ! PROMISE This remarkable and timely book provides a practical method for putting personal accountability into daily actions, with astonishing results: problems are solved, internal barriers come down, service improves, teams thrive, and people adapt to change more quickly. QBQ! is an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to learn, grow, and change. Using this tool, each of us can add tremendous worth to our organizations and to our lives by eliminating blame, victim-thinking, and procrastination.                                                                                                   QBQ! was written more than a decade ago and has helped countless readers practice personal accountability at work and at home. This version features a new foreword, revisions and new material throughout, and a section of  FAQs that the author has received over the years. From the Hardcover edition.

Hey folks. How are you all doing? I know I have been a massive bummer these past few weeks.

Over the course of what feels like 2.5 months I’ve gotten my heart ripped out. Haha. I’m trying my best to take this the best I could. This time was different because for the first time since I came out, this was a guy I genuinely thought I was going to be with (and I have dated a lot). It also sucked balls because we ended things because the timing was off (if it’s not distance that’s an asshole, it is time).

I’ve gone through all the stages of grief. I have hit denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and I think I am close to coming to acceptance. Hitting close to acceptance I am able to see a new perspective on this relationship.

Never had I thought I would like someone so much before. Upon doing so it had awoken this realization that I was capable of a much stronger love than what I was use to and was getting numb to. For awhile I thought love was this thing talked about in movies but now I can see that perhaps I was dating the wrong type of people.

Going forward, I’m very excited for the new guy I get to date. Whoever you are homie I am going to give you my all.

Edit: Whoever you are S.O. we are going to share our passions for life, going after adventure after adventure. I hope you are deep, man, because we are going to dissect this world for its truths. What the fuck is up with Donald Trump, why black lives matter, how awesome was Moana (or is Moana awesome? I mean seriously, the amount of research and empowerment Disney gave to an ethnic “princess” that doesn’t need romantic love and can throw a spear like a BAWS inspired me, but I don’t know. Tell me your side), is food important to you, is identify important to you, how amazing is having a cultural heritage and how has that shaped your world? AND ABOVE ANYTHING ELSE, what the fuck drives you man. Because for me, I am here to give an experience for people, whether at work or for kicks. Life is made of experiences S.O. and I hope to experience mine with you.

text; kaleb
  • Jaron: Happy Birthday darling! <3
  • Jaron: I know I'm probably the last person you want to be having a conversation with but, you deserve all the happiness since it's your special day. Go get drunk and have a ball! :*
  • penis envy lol

  • There are few things I’d want less than a tail that leaks rancid fluid dangling between my legs.​

  • I’m not referring to physicality of it. More of the mentality of it. You said your life is ‘evolving’ but we’re creatures of perception. So ultimately it’s relative.

  • I’ll humor you and pretend that made any sense and wasn’t pseudo intellectual nonsense.  Wtf does that have to do with penis envy?​

  • My brain is worth more than to entertain you with quips. I’m not entitled to, but am deserving to actually having a substantiated dialog as to the why. I get the vibe off of you - that the second you hear something you disagree with, you jump ship and write me off. For the same reason you don’t like being categorized, generalized, marginalized…I don’t either. So you tell me, are we going to have a conversation? The ball is in your court.

  • Haha.  No.  Would you approach a woman on the street and whisper simply “penis envy lol” into her ear?  Of course not.  It’s banal and embarrassing.  But for some reason that’s the intro you went with.  And now you’re arguing that you deserve “substantiated dialog” (whatever tf that means)?   Hahahahahatdchvvjkbncgcgchbj Move along, now.​

  • When in rome lol

  • I think you’re in Turkey or Denmark or something.  Gtfo​

  • I don’t deserve it because of my intro, I deserve it because of my intellect.

  • Omg.  Congratulations!!!  You and your intellect have been awarded a spot in my OkStupid archive.

  • Only if you give me the url so that I can read it afterwards :)

  • No, thank you.  ​

  • I can see thru you like healthy sneeze.

  • Yep, you got me.  ​
  • I thought it would be hilarious to…wait for it…pretend I have a BLOG!!!!​

  • I was being sarcastic. I kinda got the drift of OKstupid in reference to…

  • Is that a white flag I see in the distance…Or are you dealing with what my peers call 'writer’s block’ ?
  • Can you keep up?

  • It’s called…the ship has sailed and you’re not funny enough.  Have a wonderful afternoon, friend.​

  • I consider the source…If I appealed you, I’d probably be doing something wrong. You too! BITCH

  • Ba dum chhhhh​
Action- PE

On 23.11.2016  we played a game involving basketball. We decided on the order of who’s going to have a ball after who and we started playing. We had to throw the ball into the hoop. If one failed, they had to pass the ball to the next person. I had lots of fun and the competetive atmosphere was intense!

Okay so I’m going to have the following characters joining in on the winter ball thing:

Scylla
Medusa
Ada
Maybe Urda

Now heres my question. Should I post all winter events on my main modblog… or should I keep it to @askscylla / @askeloiseeden ?

Also is there any other characters of mine you’d want to see on the winterball / wanna interact on with? 
As well as if you wanna plan any interactions for the winter ball event for the characters I’ve listed HMU