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so to fill anyone in there’s this guy in my class who is trying to “turn me straight” and he get’s super upset, angry and controlling when i hang around my friend who likes to cling to me a lot. on friday her and i went to a bar and we got super drunk and we pretty much almost had sex and it ended in a 40 minute make out session in the bar hallway. i have hickeys all over my neck and very clear bite marks on me so he’s going to be super fucking pissed off tomorrow so let’s see how that goes…

anonymous asked:

What was the creepiest thing that's happened to you in college?

Most of the creepy stuff that’s happened to me on campus (Aside from that guy in my computer class) has to do with clocks.  Like to the point where clocks should probably terrify me…

One time I was sitting in class and I looked up at the clock which read 10:21 so I think to myself “Okay, there’s about 30 minutes of class left.”  So maybe about 20 or so minutes go by and I look up at the clock again, thinking it’s like 10:40-ish. Nope. The clock reads 10:21. So I check my watch which also says 10:21 and I start panicking because well, a decent amount of time passed since I looked at the clock. So I check my iPod: fucking 10:21!  So I’m in a full-fledged panic and I decide to take a closer look at the clock in the classroom…The fucking second hand was weakly twitching back and forth. The clock in the room was dead.  I checked the clock twice…the second time just happened to be the exact time the clock stopped working…And it freaked me the hell out. 

Another time I was taking a test so the room was dead quiet…until the clock fell off the wall scaring the utter shit out of all of us including the professor who happily screamed: “It worked!  Holy shit it WORKED!”  We were kinda leery of him for the rest of the semester. 

In one of my classes my desk was right up against the wall. So one day I was playing with my phone under the desk while the professor showed us a slide show and all of a sudden the clock falls off the wall and right on to my desk.  It startled me so badly I screamed, which startled the professor and the rest of my classmates. 

So yeah, the clocks at my school tried to kill me.  Did I mention these all happened during the same semester? 


—Still, if you experience that moment, it’ll really get you hooked on volleyball.


You’re going to need to suit up because Eddie Redmayne in a freaking suit may blow you away. THAT LIP BITE THO.

Thoughts on Patroclus

Friendly reminder that Patroclus should not be remember simply as “Achilles’ bitch”.

Friendly reminder that Patroclus was a little shit. He had the power, the looks and the skills, and he knew it. Not only he excelled at battle; he did it while taunting his enemies all the fucking time cause he was going to win and he knew it.

Friendly reminder that he was the one guy who got to call out on Achilles, something no one else dared to do. In fact, men went to ask him to call out on Achilles because everyone was scared of him. Except for Patroclus.

Friendly reminder that Patroclus had advanced medical knowledge, something extremly rare at the time. He healed many of his friends and comrades during battle. Hadn’t it been for him, many great warriors would have died.

Friendly reminder that Patroclus was loyal to a fault. He was always by Achilles’ side in battle. He never disobeyed Achilles orders. The one time he did, was the time he died.

Friendly reminder that Patroclus was kind and had a soft heart. He cried because while Achilles’ Rage lasted, he wouldn’t let any of his men enter battle, Patroclus included. And while Achilles’ troops were hiding in their ships, the rest of the Greek army got crushed. Patroclus felt so powerless and helpless because he couldn’t do nothing as he saw his comrades dying.

Friendly reminder that Patroclus had a character crisis. He had to decide whether obeying his Lord’s commands and abandoning his friends in battle, or going against his Lord’s wishes and engaging fight.

Friendly reminder that he refused to stay behind like a coward. He chose to enter battle, but since he was a honourable man he told Achilles about it. Friendly reminder that he managed to sway Achilles’ Rage. Friendly reminder that he managed to convince Achilles to let their troops rejoin the war, thus returning the victory to the Greeks.

Friendly reminder that Patroclus was flawed. He committed hubris. He got so battle drunk and was so excited by the prospect of finally ending the war, that he disobeyed Achilles’ direct command not to fight near the walls of Troy, and chased the Troyans back to the limits of the city. To the place Achilles had specifically told him not to go because it would be too dangerous. Friendly reminder that this one flaw is his downfall.

Friendly reminder that Patroclus doesn’t go down without giving one hell of a fight. Friendly reminder that Patroclus was so strong that Apollo (the God that protected Troy and Hector [Troy’s heir to the throne]) had to face him and repel him four times. Four times. A god. If that ain’t badass, then I don’t know what could be. In the fourth time, Apollo got inside Patroclus’ head and made him dizzy. Patroclus fell and Apollo removed him from his armour- Achilles’ armour. Patroclus ended up unprotected, vulnerable and dizzy in the middle of the battle field; so a random dude saw the opportunity and stabbed his back with a spear. But was that enough to make him go down? Oh heck no. The pain snapped him out of the dizziness. Patroclus realized he was in a very troublesome situation so he decided to fall back… but at that moment Hector engaged him in battle. And Patroclus wouldn’t retire from a direct combat, oh heck he wouldn’t. Even though he knew this was probably the way he would die, he fought with his all.

Friendly reminder that lacking his armor, tired from battle, with a spear wound on his back and only Achilles’ sword left as weapon, Patroclus faced Hector, Troy’s greatest warrior and didn’t fear.

Friendly reminder that when Hector sheathed his spear in Patroclos’ stomach, Patroclus thought about the love of his life.

Friendly reminder that with his last breath Patroclus smiled at Hector and told him “You are a dead man. This will be your downfall”. Friendly reminder that until his last moment, he was a little shit.

Friendly reminder that Patroclus is a flawed, well-rounded, badass character and that he deserves so much more than his current position as “Achilles’s love interest”.

anonymous asked:

Ah chimchim! Could u please surprise Hobi with a kiss? ^^

Jimin: So Hobi and I usually go eat somewhere after class which would be around 10:00 or 11:00 and we are usually tired by then. Sometimes Hobi gets sleepy.

Jimin: It’s the cutest thing. he just getting sleepy while he eats.

Jimin: I got use to it and clean up. Take the food to go and carry his book bag.

Jimin: I then sneak a kiss and he wakes up and then we’re off and I drop him off to his dorm or he stay at my apartment and sleep. @ask-hoseokie