high court judge

Advanced English Vocabulary

jubilant (adj.) - extremely joyful, happy (The crowd was jubilant when the firefighter carried the woman from the flaming building.)

knell (n.) - the solemn sound of a bell, often indicating a death (Echoing throughout our village, the funeral knell made the grey day even more grim.)

lithe (adj.) - graceful, flexible, supple (Although the dancers were all outstanding, Joanna’s control of her lithe body was particularly impressive.)

lurid (adj.) - ghastly, sensational (Barry’s story, in which he described a character torturing his neighbour’s tortoise, was judged too lurid to be published on the English Library’s website.)

maverick (n.) - an independent, nonconformist person (John is a real maverick and always does things his own way.)

maxim (n.) - a common saying expressing a principle of conduct (Ms. Stone’s etiquette maxims are both entertaining and instructional.)

meticulous (adj.) - extremely careful with details (The ornate needlework in the bride’s gown was a product of meticulous handiwork.)

modicum (n.) - a small amount of something (Refusing to display even a modicum of sensitivity, Magda announced her boss’s affair to the entire office.)

morose (adj.) - gloomy or sullen (David’s morose nature made him very unpleasant to talk to.)

myriad (adj.) - consisting of a very great number (It was difficult to decide what to do on Saturday night because the city presented us with myriad possibilities for fun.)

nadir (n.) - the lowest point of something (My day was boring, but the nadir came when my new car was stolen.)

nominal (adj.) - trifling, insignificant (Because he was moving the following week and needed to get rid of his furniture more than he needed money, Kim sold everything for anominal price.)

novice (n.) - a beginner, someone without training or experience (Because we were allnovices at archery, our instructor decided to begin with the basics

nuance (n.) - a slight variation in meaning, tone, expression (The nuances of the poem were not obvious to the casual reader, but the teacher was able to point them out.)

oblivious (adj.) - lacking consciousness or awareness of something (Oblivious to the burning smell emanating from the kitchen, my father did not notice that the rolls in the oven were burned until much too late.)

obsequious (adj.) - excessively compliant or submissive (Donald acted like Susan’s servant, obeying her every request in an obsequious manner.)

obtuse (adj.) - lacking quickness of sensibility or intellect (Political opponents warned that the prime minister’s obtuse approach to foreign policy would embroil the nation in mindless war.)

panacea (n.) - a remedy for all ills or difficulties (Doctors wish there was a single panacea for every disease, but sadly there is not.)

parody (n.) - a satirical imitation (A hush fell over the classroom when the teacher returned to find Magdalena acting out a parody of his teaching style.)

penchant (n.) - a tendency, partiality, preference (Fiona’s dinner parties quickly became monotonous on account of her penchant for Indian dishes.)

perusal (n.) - a careful examination, review (The actor agreed to accept the role after a three-month perusal of the movie script.)

plethora (n.) - an abundance, excess (The wedding banquet included a plethora of oysters piled almost three feet high.)

predilection  (n.) - a preference or inclination for something (James has a predilection for eating toad in the whole with tomato ketchup.)

quaint (adj.) - charmingly old-fashioned (Mary was delighted by the quaint bonnets she saw in Romania.)

rash (adj.) - hasty, incautious (It’s best to think things over calmly and thoroughly, rather than make rash decisions.)

refurbish (v.) - to restore, clean up (After being refurbished the old Triumph motorcycle commanded the handsome price of $6000.)

repudiate (v.) - to reject, refuse to accept (Tom made a strong case for an extension of his curfew, but his mother repudiated it with a few biting words.)

rife (adj.) - abundant (Surprisingly, the teacher’s writing was rife with spelling errors.)

salient (adj.) - significant, conspicuous (One of the salient differences between Alison and Helen is that Alison is a couple of kilos heavier.)

serendipity (n.) - luck, finding good things without looking for them (In an amazing bit of serendipity, penniless Mark found a $50 bill on the back seat of the bus.)

staid (adj.) - sedate, serious, self-restrained (The staid butler never changed his expression no matter what happened.)

superfluous (adj.) - exceeding what is necessary (Samantha had already won the campaign so her constant flattery of others was superfluous.)

sycophant (n.) - one who flatters for self-gain (Some see the people in the cabinet as the Prime Minister’s closest advisors, but others see them as sycophants.)

taciturn (adj.) - not inclined to talk (Though Magda never seems to stop talking, her brother is quite taciturn.)

truculent (adj.) - ready to fight, cruel (This club doesn’t really attract the dangerous types, so why was that bouncer being so truculent?)

umbrage (n.) - resentment, offence (He called me a lily-livered coward, and I took umbrage at the insult.)

venerable (adj.) - deserving of respect because of age or achievement (The venerable High Court judge had made several key rulings in landmark cases throughout the years.)

vex (v.) - to confuse or annoy (My boyfriend vexes me by pinching my bottom for hours on end.)

vociferous (adj.) - loud, boisterous (I’m tired of his vociferous whining so I’m breaking up with him.)

wanton (adj.) - undisciplined, lewd, lustful (Joanna’s wanton demeanor often made the frat guys next door very excited.)

zenith (n.) - the highest point, culminating point (I was too nice to tell Emily that she had reached the absolute zenith of her career with that one top 10 hit of hers.)

buzz | 1.0 (m)

 pairing: min yoongi x reader
• genre/warnings: smut, masturbation with a twist, non-penetrative sex toy usage 
• words: 4,851
→ summary: in which you’re unsure if you’ve ever received an orgasm and when you finally pluck up the courage to use the vibrator you bought that one day on a whim, Yoongi barges through the door…

» 1.0 :: 2.0 :: 3.0  ✓  
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So. My second fanfic. Here, as promised. What is more, within the confinements of the very vague promise of “someday” that was given (Inspired by this ask I received).

I have been working very hard (occasionally) on this for the last week or so, it is almost 3 am and I. Can’t. Edit. Anymore. So I’m leaving it here, for your judgement.

Also I can’t think of a name for this damn thing.

ACOWAR spoilers, for those of you who haven’t read it yet.

Summary: In the aftermath of a war between The Autumn Court and The Day Court, Helion Spell-Cleaver is once again faced with his former lover, The Lady of the Autumn Court - and she has a secret she needs to share with him. Set after ACOWAR.

A/N: I cannot deal with naming characters. That is not my problem and so she doesn’t have a name. 

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anonymous asked:

What's your opinion on the theory that Dipper is treated unfairly throughout GF? For example, Dipper sacrifices a lot for Mabel, while she only seems to sacrifice her sock-puppet show for him. There are also many suggestions in the show that some episodes overlap, like that from July 11-15, Sock Opera, Blendin's Game and Into the Bunker overlap. Which means D was under a LOT of pressure that week and he sacrificed a LOT for his sister. But she doesn't thank him for that. What are your thoughts?

See, maybe it’s the big sister in me, because I’ve never understood this particular complaint. The fact is, Dipper loves Mabel so much that her happiness is his own; his actions of sacrifice on her behalf are freely chosen. That’s why Bill’s behavior in “Sock Opera” is so insidious; he builds on Dipper’s momentary frustration with Mabel (why won’t she help me?!?!) by bringing up the various ways he’s helped her in the past, implying that she hasn’t done much to return the favor. He seeks to engender resentment where there was none, where Dipper was previously unwilling to give him so much as a stitch of Mabel’s puppet show; hey, she worked hard on those.

The key assertion I have to address here is that “Dipper sacrifices a lot for Mabel, while she only seems to sacrifice her sock-puppet show for him.” I imagine that viewers come to the conclusion that Dipper has the losing end because, when they compare Dipper’s problems to Mabel’s, they see Dipper’s as more serious. Dipper has a crush he can’t shake (relatable), Mabel is gaga over a pig she just saw at the fair (less relatable); Dipper is pursuing the latest lead in his search for the Author (important), Mabel is rigging up an elaborate puppet show to impress the Boy of the Week (unimportant). Yet the show is always keenly aware that Mabel’s problems, as trivial as they may seem to us, are as important to her as Dipper’s are to him. Bill highlights this when he says, “Who would sacrifice everything they’d worked for just for their dumb sibling?”, causing Mabel to respond, “Dipper would.” Dipper’s “everything” is his investigation of Gravity Falls and Mabel’s “everything” is her puppet show, but each of their projects is everything. Coming from Mabel, the sacrifice of the sock puppet show–and, by extension, of a shot at the “epic summer romance” she’s been seeking as ardently as Dipper has been seeking the answers to his questions–is a very real loss, one she’s willing to accept because Dipper would do and has done as much for her.

Nor is Mabel’s puppet show the only casualty of her greater love for her brother; the loss of her dream world is no mean thing. Mabeland might not be to everyone’s taste (I would personally have thinned out the crowd and lowered the 80s club music a notch), but it’s Mabel’s ideal universe; it’s a world where everything is as she wants it, where she’s never bored or lonely, where every boy loves her, where the high court judge is a kitten. With the threat of change weighing on her and the most important relationship of her life under siege, the prison bubble presents Mabel with an irresistible retreat. Bill, who has banked on human greed in the past to great success, believes that the trap is inescapable, that no one handed all their heart’s desires on a plate will be capable of leaving (just as Mabel is taken in by her desperation to stop time, Dipper wavers when presented with the possibility of growing up on the spot). But without Dipper, all of it is hollow; she prefers in the end to leave her safe place and to follow him into an uncertain world.

For much of the show, Dipper is the more responsible one within the context of their relationship. Regardless of actual birth order, Mabel is the baby; sometimes the baby gets in a habit of relying on charm to carry her through, taking it for granted that her older siblings will always step up to the plate on her behalf, because she’s just that cute (looking at you, youngest sibling in my own family). But if Mabel’s occasional thoughtlessness with regard to Dipper is a character flaw, it’s worth measuring against the depth of her concern for the world at large, a quality that Dipper himself, who tends to value his select group, could stand to learn from. Dipper’s only real issue with the destruction of Northwest Manor and all of its visitors is that Mabel happens to be among them; Mabel is the first to see the potential for redemption in Pacifica, even though Dipper is the one who becomes close to her.

But Mabel loves Dipper more than anyone, and she is grateful to him for everything he does for her and shows it. She apologizes to him at the end of “Sock Opera” for letting a transient enthusiasm skew her priorities: “I spent all week obsessing over a dumb guy. But the dumb guy I should have cared about was you.” After escaping the prison bubble, she makes it clear to him that he can stay with Ford if he wants to–her noblest moment in the series, because Dipper is her entire world, infinitely more to her than crushes and pet pigs and magical trees that grow stuffed animals. He stays with her, not out of guilty obligation, but because he wants to be with her–because she’s his best friend, because growing up without her would be unthinkable. He’s a fair-minded guy, not one to take the fall without good reason–when he operates against her in “The Time-Traveler’s Pig,” he does so on the assumption that her pig is an enthusiasm of the moment and that his love for Wendy is permanent. When he realizes that losing Waddles will truly hurt her, he doesn’t hesitate. “I could never break your heart, Mabel.”

But look at how she thanks him. She knows this wasn’t easy for him and she’s ready to show him how much it means to her. She tackles him in sheer strength of feeling. She lifts him right off his feet.

Treated unfairly? Dipper gets back everything he gives away with interest. Dipper’s happiness is his sister’s happiness and he always gets it because he is her happiness. Dipper is a lucky kid.

anonymous asked:

Why do people complain about a white Light but not a black L? Seriously, they could have been both asian or white or black and the Netflix show would still fucking suck. Are even Death Note fans complaining about the fact that Light is now "a white kid" because tumblr logic. People give too much credit to live action adaptations these days.

Sorry for taking so long to get to this, Anon - had a busy Friday, aha. 

I think ultimately the backlash against Light is that he’s, well… the face of the show. He’s the one we see in the trailer, and he’s the one we immediately see and go “Well, that doesn’t look right.” And seeing as a lot of people are already talking about this from a sociopolitical representation-in-media point of view, let me explain things from a storytelling point of view under the cut:

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One day, one rhyme- Day 1193

The High Court Judge looked very big,
And he had on his grandest wig.
He glanced around the main courtroom,
The fluorescent lights banished gloom.
The atmosphere was stern and tense,
It screamed of books and law and sense.
The evidence was read and heard.
He listened hard to ev'ry word
And when his conclusion he reached
He stood, and the vast silence breeched:
“After hearing these heinous deeds,
‘Tis a harsh sentence that he needs.
The man who does such awful things
To ev'ry aspect of life brings
Disorder, mayhem, cruelty too.
The vile things that are to him due,
The frankly despicable acts
Here outlined clear, as proven facts
Once committed by the accused
Are a thing that can’t be excused.
Loathsome example must be made
Of one so odiously strayed.
I’m forgiving, by any means
But you, sir, stole the coffee beans!”

anonymous asked:

what in the world is your blog playlist playing? all i hear is kids crying.

Clips from The Return of Superman (Superman is Back), Song Triplets edition. You probably ended up with a clip of them crying about something lmao. Seriously tho, watch this show- especially watch the Song Triplet episodes. (Sad that they aren’t on there anymore, but their Instagram is just as adorable)

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This one is the cutest angel ever. His face is so round I can’t even. :3

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This one acted in his dad’s historical drama along with his brothers, costume and all. And he’s my overall fave of the three. (He’s actually acting in the gif.) 

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And the one hugging is my first favorite.  I just chose gifs where it looks like they might fit in the Hwarang universe, but I think their clothes are too modern for the time period.

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And who can forget their equally adorable and talented dad.

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He acted as the main character in the historical drama Jang Yeongsil (the one his son was also in)

The mom is also just as adorable. (She’s a high court judge so her entire face couldn’t really be found.) I could only find a clip of her where half her face is seen and it kinda made me cry because it was the Triplet’s last episode. 

I’m sorry, this post suddenly became a Song Triplets family appreciation. They’re so goddamn adorable. :3 

High Court judge rules Tory benefit policy is unlawful and causes 'real misery for no good purpose'
The Government has been dealt a huge blow as the High Court ruled its benefit cap is unlawful and illegally discriminates against single parents with young children. Conservative ministers are now likely to be forced to change or scrap one of their flagship welfare policies, which limits the total amount of benefits a household can receive to £23,000 a year in London and £20,000 elsewhere. The ruling was made in response to a judicial review brought by four lone parent families who said the cap would have a severe and disproportionate impact on them.

I can’t think of a single Tory welfare so-called “reform” that hasn’t been pointless (in terms of saving money) and nothing but a source of misery. All have caused fear, poverty, hunger, suicides and many other deaths. 

See Emma Thompson and Dunkirk star Fionn Whitehead in The Children Act

It has been a full decade since the last adaptation of an Ian McEwan novel — 2007’s World War II saga Atonement, which scored seven Oscar nominations, including Best Picture. Several upcoming versions of McEwan’s works are now in post-production, but the first one out of the gate is The Children Act, based on his riveting 2014 novel, which has been directed by Richard Eyre (Notes on a Scandal) from a screenplay written by the author himself.

EW is exclusively debuting the first two images from The Children Act, each featuring one of the film’s remarkable lead performers. Emma Thompson (pictured below) stars as Fiona Maye, a High Court judge in Great Britain’s Family Court of Law, who is tasked with deciding the fate of a leukemia-stricken 17-year-old boy, whose religious faith prevents him from accepting a life-saving blood transfusion. The boy, named Adam, is played by Dunkirk star Fionn Whitehead, in his first role since his big screen debut in the Christopher Nolan war epic. The plot of the film focuses on the relationship between these two characters, both intellectually curious and stubborn in their own ways, as they forge a unique friendship while Fiona is rendering her decision. (Stanley Tucci also appears in a crucial supporting part as Fiona’s estranged husband.)

“It’s such an extraordinary story,” Thompson tells EW. “And the greatest glory of this particular job for me has been meeting judges, specifically female judges of the Family Court. When I came to know these female judges and spent time watching them and shadowing them, I began to get a sense of the enormity of their task. And how incredible they are. It really is the cold face of justice because they’re dealing with real people. The fact is that Family Courts deal with domestic crises — and at the center of those crises is often a child.”

Producer Duncan Kenworthy (Love Actually) says that the movie would simply not have gone forward without Thompson’s participation. “She’s in every scene and is absolutely amazing,” he says. “I’ve worked with Emma before, so I know just how heart-stoppingly good she is at hiding deep emotion and then suddenly and unexpectedly revealing it. And in this film that internal balancing act is crucial to portraying a judge who has to manage personal betrayal at home while dealing dispassionately with the life-or-death issue before her in court.”

Whitehead shares his admiration for Thompson. “She’s a lovely human being and a safe pair of hands,” he tells EW. “I felt so comfortable around her and we got along like a house on fire. Both the book and the film are at the most basic level about human connection. That was the easiest thing to do with Emma because she’s so giving and open.”

Whitehead also has a little slice of trivia in common with McEwan. Namely, Dunkirk. One of the most stirring passages in McEwan’s novel Atonement describes the famous evacuation of the beach in 1940, later filmed in a stunning five-minute single-take shot by Joe Wright in the film version. “[McEwan] and I never actually got a chance to talk about that,” Whitehead says with a laugh. “But, oh, man, I love that shot in Atonement. It’s so amazing.”

As of 2017, Thompson is still the only person in the world to have won Oscars for both acting (1992’s Howards End) and screenwriting (1995’s Sense and Sensibility). Did those twin disciplines provide the actress any greater insight into playing a judge? “Absolutely, they mirror the twin disciplines of writing legal decisions and presenting them in court,” Thompson says. “But as an actor or writer, I’m never the living incarnation of justice. That’s a much heavier burden, let’s be real. Judges are literally there to preserve the sanctity of the law. And whilst I have many arguments with the law, I have also visited places where there is no rule of law. And in those places life is very different.”

Thompson adds that one aspect of judicial formality did remind her of a movie premiere: “It was most interesting being in the courts and seeing that there are these red carpets everywhere. Only judges can walk on the red carpets. It’s very arcane and faintly ridiculous, to be honest, but also you understand the status of a judge. They are celebrities.”

In this photo of Whitehead as Adam, you’ll notice that he’s standing in what looks like an opulent museum. That’s actually the Royal Courts of Justice, a building first opened by Queen Victoria in 1882.

Britain’s security agency MI5 has refused permission for any non-legal activity inside the building for years, citing terrorist concerns. “But then last year,” Kenworthy says, “thanks to Ian McEwan’s name and the huge reputation and charm of Sir Alan Ward, a retired Appeal Court judge who is a close friend of Ian’s and was a consultant to our film, Richard Eyre and I were brought in front of the Lord Chief Justice. And having put our case to him, he instantly said yes to letting us film a scene with Fionn Whitehead in the Great Hall. We were only allowed to have Fionn, plus a steadicam operator and one or two background artists, with Richard Eyre directing and me wielding the clapperboard. But the shots we got were critical for our story, and add priceless production value to the film.”

Whitehead adds, “I remember the day we shot inside there vividly. It was me and only one or two others allowed in, everyone else in the crew had to wait on the other side of the security scanners. It was quite funny actually. But it’s such an awe-inspiring building and the architecture is unbelievable. It’s one of those rare buildings that you don’t often see anymore.”

The same could be said for the quiet-key, touching drama at the heart of The Children Act. The movie makes its world premiere next month at the Toronto International Film Festival. A theatrical release date — hopefully this fall — should be expected soon.

Boy ‘living life entirely as a girl’ removed from mother's care by judge
Woman who was convinced her son perceived himself as a girl caused seven-year-old ‘significant emotional harm’

>Mother forces son to be a girl
>Social services automatically accepts the mother’s claim he is trans, despite concerns
>Court decides mother is full of shit, and might have severely harmed the boy’s mental health
>Boy sent to live with father
>Transforms into boy again immediately

Fucking Tumblr I swear


ph-fanfest Prompt 19

AU. Serving the King, there are three most important figures of the country, who people call ‘Birdcage Maidens’. Each of them take care of one of the three regions, and are vastly feared of. They are known to have mystical powers gained from Abyss itself, using them to get rid of those that seem like a threat to the current Crown.

(Their positions are captioned)

Latest news: Descendants of the family of Richard III, the last king of England to die on a battlefield, have lost their legal battle over where his recently discovered remains should be reinterred.

As three high court judges ruled they should remain in Leicester, where his skeleton was found under a council car park. They said it was “time for King Richard III to be given a dignified reburial, and finally laid to rest”. 

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Joan Cusack has been cast as Justice Strauss!

   The rewarded American actress has already worked with Barry Sonnenfeld (the director of Netflix’s ASOUE), in Addams Family Values. Recently, she has played in Showtime’s Shameless.

She has been chosen to play Justice Strauss, the friendly neighbour of Count Olaf. She is a high court judge, willing to help the trio in Book the First, The Bad Beginning.

anonymous asked:

hello, could you please write a detailed description of each triplet and your point of view for each of them please?? seeing your gifs really makes me wanna watch the show :3

I’m not really good at these stuff but I will try my best to delineate it ;;

Song Daehan: [송대한]
The eldest / first born triplet. At such a young age, he is such a reliable child. His dad always rely on him. He always take care his two younger siblings, like feeding them without asking to do it. When they go outside, he’s the one who look for his siblings while his dad is doing something. If his brothers will do something bad, he will say “No” to them. While they were inside their mom’s tummy, he supported his two brothers (He was under, while the two are above him) That’s why his parents want to treat Daehan as a hyung, although, he only born minutes away to other two. He really know that he is the oldest triplets and doesn’t forget his responsibility to being a hyung. Daehan is very quiet but lately, on the latest episodes, he talks a lot. He is also clueless on things, when they went to the dentist. He would not cry at first, he saw his two siblings’ crying but then when his turn, he will only realized it and start crying. He also takes everything very serious. For example, his dad is pretending to be hurt and Daehan thought his dad is really hurt. He will say “Are you okay?” Basically, Daehan is Ilkook’s sunflower. When they do something, he’s the only one who is focus and doing it very seriously, while the other two is playing around. Daehan is always frighten / shy when his dad is not around. He will do it, if his dad do it first. If Ilkook will go outside and secretly watch the triplets, Daehan will only seat on the side at first. After few a minutes and he saw his two brothers are having fun, he will joined them. Daehan is a kind and reliable…and also a handsome child.

Song Minguk: [송민국]
The second born triplet. Minguk is so lovable. He always smiling and love food. He eats a lot. He loves to sing and dance. Before they eat and/or if the food is really delicious, he will start singing some nursery rhymes, Korean or English. Minguk can remember anything, when they went to dentist, he only went there for once, when they just entered the clinic, he start crying… He’s also the smartest, during the naming the dinosaur scene, he named it all. He knows even the hardest name of the dinosaurs. He doesn’t like something on his skin. When he was a baby, he got serious atopy. He thought that those thing on his skin will hurt him. He got used to it from the ointment, probably that his parents put on before he got atopy. Everytime they eat, he will ask his dad to wipe his mouth or his hand, if there’s something on it. During their sleeping time, his parents need to scratch his back in able to get him to sleep. Thank god, he is okay now. He underestimate Manse (taking a toy so easily from Manse) but not Daehan, He is afraid of Daehan. Minguk always like to show his squishiness in front of the camera and the first one to wake up in the morning, hence being the “Morning Angel”. He will straight up go to the camera aka “the dinosaurs” to great them. He loves kisses and such a lovable child.

Song Manse: [송만세]
The youngest triplet. Manse is a free-spirit kid. He always do whatever he want to do. The bravest among the triplets. He is not afraid to try out everything. Although, sometimes, he will scared and starts crying on something that he thinks will harm on him. He loves to troll his dad, if his dad will say/do something, Manse will say/do the opposite. Manse is always the one who drives his dad crazy. But, he always obey his dad. He loves cars a lot. Don’t take away his car toy or he will whine. He loves to eat, too. You’ll always see his habit on sucking his food during their meal time. He is the talkative among them. He also like to sing with randomly words. Manse likes Sarang so much //if you haven’t really watched the show, she’s the other kid in the show// He shows his other side of him, while he’s with her. He is a happy child with great manner.

Song Triplets:
Born in March 16, 2012. These three cuties are really well-mannered. Their parents teach and disciplines them really well. That many of us [future, soon to be, or already a parent] want to follow their parenting method. They love to greet the cameramen on the tents and they always like to ask the cameramen with “What are you doing?”. They are caring as well. They will say “Be careful” to someone who they think that person will do something dangerous. Their only “quiet moment” is during their meal time. They love to eat A LOT. Daehan likes rice, Minguk likes sour and salty food, Manse can’t eat tough meat, [THEY ALL LOVE MEAT] but they’re not picky. They’re very sensitive when it comes to food but they know how to share. When one of the triplets is crying, the other two, specifically Manse [if Daehan or Minguk is crying] he will cry too. The other way to make them behave is to make them watch Robocar Poli, their favorite cartoons. They love books. Ilkook always reads them some children stories. They love role playings as they got that genes from his actor dad. They will copy one scenes from their favorite cartoons and play it. They can’t sleep without his dad on their side. Their mom is a high court judge in Busan while their dad is a famous actor. You won’t always see their mom on the show as a judge, she doesn’t want to make any issues. If she would appear, she will hide her face…. The triplets were born at the same time yet, they have different personalities.

I’m sorry if I missed something… You should definitely watch the show. The triplets first appeared on Ep. 34 
But I really recommend to watch the pilot episode first. ^^


Salvage 2007. (I’m saying 2007, some listings give 2004, but going purely by Peter’s barnet alone,
I’m sticking with 2007)

This is a nine minute short….in the genre of Syncing, except with dialogue and a much darker theme.
Peter is James Mulwray, son of an eminent High Court judge, who is seeking help for his sex addiction. The subject matter is handled extremely well, the more graphic scenes are enough to give you the idea, without being vomit inducing. Peter is so bloody brilliant at these things….I love Syncing and I Hate Christmas Too, but this one is really special.
In the third picture he has a single teardrop balanced on the edge of his lower lid……ffs!!

#petercapaldi #salvage #pcap-recap…tagging you in this in case you’ve not seen it….it’s worth each of the nine minutes!!