goodbye dew

Restful Sleep

As I go to sleep tonight
Maybe this time, I’ll get it right
My lungs will collapse, my heart will stop
The bad thoughts will cease and my corpse will flop
May my body shake in agony
Only put an end to this travesty
Give me more pain than I can bare
Tremendous force to shred and tear
This wretched being that I’ve become
Allow my spirit to be frozen, numb
Clear this vision of horror true
Tears of goodbye as morning dew
This is all that I deserve
Non-existent is how I will serve

nowobsessed  asked:

HELLOOOOO!! i love kaisoo but recently krisoo is making me so feely... if you know what i mean lol. so any good krisoo fic recommendations?

HELLOOO hehe omg I feel you krisoo is adorable! Here are some krisoo fics for you^^:


anonymous asked:

Do you know anything about different expressions for texting in Spanish? I have a penpal and we've exchanged numbers so I want to be more fluent if I can

There are lots of Spanish texting things, most of which I’m not entirely familiar with, but I’ll tell you the ones I know.

The four most basic things to know:

  • Numbers in Spanish get used in texting shorthand. The most common ones are 1, 2, 7, and 100. 1 meaning uno or un or una gets used for “a” or “an”. 2 dos often gets used for things that end in -dos like d2dedos“ for "fingers”. 2 is also used in place of  “you”. 7 siete is often used in diminutive so b7s is besitos “kisses”. And 100 cien is used for 100pre siempre “always”.
  • Words with Q like que and quieres often turn into K because of the sound. This isn’t always the case. They may just remain as q but the k is common as well. H is frequently dropped because it has no pronounced sound, making hacer ”to do” turn into acer or aser.
  • X is used very commonly for por or per-. The reason is that in Spanish mathematics, por also means “times” for multiplication. Making xk porque “because” or pk? por qué for “why?” By extension + means más “more” because that’s addition. And - menos for “less” because that’s subtraction
  • Punctuation - the ? and ! are often used like in English… meaning there’s rarely a ¡ or ¿ at the beginning of sentences

The other thing is that abbreviation is key. That’s common for any texting society. Words or expressions often get reduced to their vocal stresses… making hl hasta luego “see you later” or dtb Dios te bendiga “God bless”.

Also note that various expressions involving que as in que risa “Funny” change to q risa or something along those lines. 

Also note that because texting shorthand is informal, the commands are also informal. Really, if you were texting with someone you regard as “formal” you would be writing it out in full complete sentences… meaning you wouldn’t be abbreviating things so much.

Here are some of the expressions I know of:

  • lo c = lo sé (I know)
  • c = se (reflexive marker)
  • x_x = (Dead / Tired)
  • <3 = (Love / I love you etc.)
  • lo 100 = lo siento (Sorry)
  • asias = gracias (Thanks)
  • k aces? = qué haces? (What are you doing?)
  • salu2 = saludos (Greetings / Hello)
  • t = te (You [object marker])
  • tq / tk = te quiero (I love you)
  • dcr = decir (to say)
  • xfa / pf = porfa / por favor (please) [porfa is a very informal version of por favor]
  • pls = por favor [From “please”; more English / French-like]
  • a10 / a2 = adiós (goodbye)
  • a2 / dew = adieu (goodbye) [More French-like]
  • chao / chau = ciao (goodbye) [More Italian-like]
  • bye / baibai = bye / bye-bye [More English-like]
  • ola / hla = hola (Hello)
  • alo = aló (Hello) [The Spanish version of “hello” in English; also very German]
  • qt1bd = que tengas un buen día (Have a good day)
  • d = de (of / from)
  • tqi = tengo que irme (I have to go / gtg)
  • tb = también (also)
  • iwal = igual (likewise / same)
  • kls = clase (class)
  • kyat = cállate (be quiet / shut up)
  • pa = para (for / in order to) [In spoken Spanish, the same thing happens; pa means para sometimes written as pa’ in literature to convey a contraction]
  • ktp? = ¿qué te pasa? (what’s the matter with you? / what’s up?)
  • finde = fin de semana (weekend)
  • mm1ml = mándame un mensaje luego (send me a message later)
  • dom = domingo (Sunday)
  • lu = lunes (Monday)
  • mar = martes (Tuesday)
  • mier = miércoles (Wednesday)
  • jue = jueves (Thursday)
  • vie = viernes (Friday)
  • sab = sábado (Saturday)
  • npn = no pasa nada (Nothing’s wrong / Don’t worry about it)
  • nph = no puedo hablar (Can’t talk now)
  • kntm = cuéntame (Tell me)
  • mxo = mucho (a lot)
  • pco = poco (little / few)
  • dfcl = difícil (difficult)
  • ems exo = hemos hecho (We have done)
  • tas b? / tas ok? = ¿estás bien? (Are you okay? / How are you doing?)
  • msj = mensaje (message)
  • ymm / ymam = llámame (Call me)
  • zzz = (Bedtime / sleeping / tired)
  • + k / + q = más que (more than)
  • - k / - q = menos que (less than)
  • +vtqn / +btqn = más vale tarde que nunca (Better late than never)
  • -ml = menos mal (“…Not so bad” / “At least…”)
  • +o- = más o menos (More or less)
  • sms = text message
  • uni = universidad (University / College - “Uni”)
  • KO = (I’m exhausted / I’m losing it / Dying) [In Spanish KO is pronounced “Kah-Oh” and it’s the abbreviation for English’s “knock out” in boxing]
  • eys = ellos (Them)
  • nos / ns = nosotros / nos (Us / We)
  • vos = vosotros (you all) OR vos (You; affectionate [from voseo])
  • nsvms / nsbms = nos vemos (See you later)
  • aki = aquí (here)
  • aya = allá (over there)
  • ayu / aju = ayuda (Help)
  • xo = pero (but)
  • tbo = te veo (I see you)
  • aora = ahora (now)
  • buu = Boo
  • grr = (Angry; grrr noise)
  • buah / buaah = Boo-hoo
  • yuju = (Yoohoo)
  • muack / muah = besos (Noises for kissing / besos = “Kisses”)

This isn’t all of them, obviously. Sometimes texting can look a bit different depending upon where you are, so there are going to be regional differences in texting.

Most of the time, the little emoticons and smileys cross over though.

human beings are so cute we sleep side by side at night and cant breathe underwater but still try to swim all the time, we wipe our mouths with soft cloths and wrap our arms around each other to say goodbye, dew drops form in our eyes when were sad and music flows from our mouths when we laugh, i have a crush on every human