Take a moment to think of just
flexibility, love and trust

okay but what if jungkook used to tease jimin by not calling him ‘hyung’ because he wants Jimin to see him as someone equal as him not as the youngest member in the group, because he don’t want jimin to love him as a baby brother he don’t want jimin to love him because he is cute and because he is the youngest among them, because he wants jimin to see him as a man that he could love and could love him back too so thats why he always making fun of Jimin also thats why jungkook works out a lot because kids are not supposed to have muscles right? kids are not supposed to look sexy right? that way maybe his jimin hyung will look at him as a man

I was trying to do a little Ha Sungwoon research…

but Jimin keeps popping up & distracting me.

I’m trying to get to know your friend so I can cheer for him on Produce 101 Jiminah…can you like loosen your grasp on my heart for like 5 minutes?

No? Ok. Fine. I’ll just keep getting distracted then…


They’re Trying To Catch You || [listen]

You are the last dragonlord now

You alone carry the ancient gift


Nathan is just Merlin waiting for Arthur and no one can convince me otherwise

Also i dedicate it to my wonderful babe romie, with whom i shared some great tlatd/merthur discussions ♥

Imagine bringing Woozi food after he’s been working hard all day in the production room.


this is taking too long. maybe we should do your hypnotism-eye-voodoo thing to get them talking. yes, you would expect that sort of behavior from me, wouldn’t you?

anonymous asked:

Companions react to finding an intact guitar while scavenging the wasteland. Who tried to play it, who uses it for other stuff, etc. Bonus points if they want to hear/play a specific song!

Looting through an abandoned, Pre-War music store, the pair found an untouched acoustic guitar down in the basement. Judging by the receipt next to it, it had been brought in for repairs the day before the bombs went off. It appears to be in perfect condition - perfect condition to jam. 

Cait: She’s not familiar with the instrument. Real music is hard to come by - music, that is, not played on the radio via Pre-War records and holotapes. She twangs on the strings a few times, though she doesn’t have the patience to actually teach herself. She ends up selling it to someone who does know how to use it, getting a decent price and feeling pretty good about herself.

Codsworth: He actually has a few songs pre-loaded into his hard drive. Some are nursery rhymes; Rock A Bye Baby, or Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star for example. Songs to lull children to sleep. He’s a little disappointed when he can’t find any good acoustic music in his memory banks, though he’s quite fond of the thing, if only for nostalgia value.

Curie: Despite only having them for a short time, the scientist is pretty good with her hands. It comes with handling delicate beakers and having to measure things precisely. So when she decides she wants to learn how to play, she’s very determined, teaching herself how to pluck the strings in just the right way. It comes out sounding a little mechanical, a little over-practiced, but she’s very proud of her rendition of Dear Hearts and Gentle People.

Danse: Given his affinity for country and blue-grass music, he rather sheepishly admits that he already knows how to play the banjo. It’s a hobby he picked up after confiscating the instrument from an abandoned settlement while out on a mission. The guitar is a little different from the banjo, but similar enough he can work out the keys. His favorite song to play is Johnny Guitar. Though he won’t sing it. He just plays the chords.

Deacon: He claims to know how to play it, picking it up and holding it to his chest with an expert hand. He does not know how to play it. He picks at the strings, emitting a pitiful thrumming noise. “The curse of an unmusical Irishman,” he laments, putting the guitar back on the table. He swears he’ll teach himself eventually, and refuses to let Sole get rid of the instrument.

Dogmeat: Does not care. He can’t tell the difference between the music on the guitar and the music on the radio, but he reflects the emotions of the listeners. If someone plays it and people are smiling and enjoying themselves, he’ll pant and smile and be just as happy. If it’s a sad song that turns everyone morose, he’ll sit at their feet and look up at them with empathetic brown eyes.

Hancock: You think this man doesn’t know how to play the guitar? He totally knows how to play the guitar. He knows how to play the saxophone, too, for some strange reason he never fully explains. He’ll play accompaniment by ear, not needing sheet music but just strumming what he hears. He likes jazz and swing, and he’ll get the biggest grin on his face if he gets the chance to play (and sing) Sixty Minute Man.

Nick Valentine: He knows how to play the piano, but not the guitar. He sings occasionally, but it’s more of a low hum with the lyrics half-remembered, no matter how many times he hears them. He’s a good dancer, though, and if he can ever get over his self-consciousness he can dance with the best of them while someone else plays the guitar. He’s pretty light on his feet for an old synth.

MacCready: Does not play an instrument. Does not sing. And definitely does not dance. That’s all… dumb kid stuff. Psh. Music. Lame. He’ll sell the thing for a good price if he gets the chance, a grumpy expression on his face. It’s definitely not because someone made fun of him for singing when he was younger, at Little Lamplight. Nope. Not the case.

Piper: She likes it, even though she doesn’t know how to play herself. While usually a little too awkward to get up and dance, she likes to listen, often with a beer in her hand. Good times. She can hold a tune pretty well, too, though that’s a secret she keeps close to her chest. She only sings for Nat, singing lullabies to help to her sleep before bed.

Preston: Of all the companions, he’s the only one who was actually taught how to play the guitar. His dad used to, when he was a kid, and he learned that way. When he was in the Minutemen, back before Quincy, he’d play along to cheers and battle songs, providing a melody for everyone else to sing to. While not too good at singing himself, he’s fond of It’s A Sin To Tell A Lie. The Ink Spots in general, as a matter of fact.

Strong: Smashes the guitar like a rockstar in battle. Is unaware why Sole is laughing.

X6-88: He acts indifferent to the guitar, and claims to have no strong attachments to any kind of music. The truth? He likes punk and heavy metal. He found a holotape in some Pre-War music store while on the search for a runaway synth, years ago, and listened to it on impulse. Now? Rammstein, all the way. (Linkin Park, as well. It’s a guilty pleasure.)

anonymous asked:

kookie has a pretty good pronounciation, he did all those covers of english songs and i doubt he has no idea what he's singing about, lol. suga i think he feels self conscious speaking english which is why he doesnt try more often, but from what i heard, he seems to understand it very well and he tries to express himself in english sometimes. jin speaks a lot too, but he usually doesnt try to speak seriously anyway lol

yes, jungkook is very good at pronunciation! which takes a lot of dedication when some of the letters and sounds don’t even exist in Korean haha, and I agree about Yoongi. I feel like he sometimes doesn’t want to look stupid or make a mistake so he just doesn’t do it to save face if he does make a mistake, but in my opinion he’s really good at putting sentences together and his pronunciation is good too! Haha, I agree about Jin! I wish sometimes I could hear him speak English without being silly because he can do it really well, like in ahl days—he was really good!!! In my opinion all of bts are good at putting certain sentences together and understanding bits of English but I feel like that’s because of namjoon. It obviously helps having someone who speaks English pretty fluently in your group!