hoover girls

SNK Characters as. . . SPONGEBOB QUOTES

Eren Jaeger

“Goodbye everyone, I’ll remember you all in therapy!”

Mikasa Ackerman

“Once upon a time, there was an ugly barnacle. He was so ugly that everyone died. The end.”

Armin Arlert

“Knowledge cannot replace friendship. I’d rather be an idiot than lose you.”

Jean Kirstein

“A five letter word for happiness… money.”

Marco Bodt

“Am I a pretty girl?”

Annie Leonnhardt

“Can I be excused for the rest of my life?”

Reiner Braun

“Fine, I guess you’re gonna miss the… Panty Raid.”

Bertholdt Hoover

“ANNIE’S A GIRL!?”

Ymir

“Take it easy it’s just a drawing.”

Krista Lenz/Historia Reiss

“Ymir, go away! Can’t you see I’m trying to forget you?”

Sasha Blouse

CHOCOLATE

Connie Springer

“East? I thought you said wheast.”

Erwin Smith

“Remember, licking doorknobs is illegal on other planets.”

Levi Ackerman

“Hey pal. You just blow in from stupid town?”

Hanji Zoe

“Look at all the hip, young people eating sal…ads.”

Mike Zacharias

“Do you smell it? That smell. A kind of smelly smell. The smelly smell that smells… Smelly.”


((At work need shit to do))

His short significant other
  • Eren: He wouldn't think of it at all, until someone points it out, then he would do all he can to defend his significant other. He would constantly remind his partner of the positive characteristics they possess as he fears that they will feel bad about their lack of height.
  • Armin: Being a rather short person, he would be careful when it comes to talking about height because he knows what it feels like to be made fun of because of a physical aspect.
  • Reiner: It would be definitely hard for him to stop himself from calling his significant other "adorable" or "cute". He would have difficulty keeping a straight face during serious situations, but he would still know his limits– despite keeping a smug grin during a heated argument.
  • Bertholdt: He would absolutely adore and dote on his significant other, especially if the height difference is pretty big. It would be quite hard for him to take his significant other seriously in casual situations, but he would definitely be careful to cross them as he believes in the saying "short people are closer to hell".
  • Jean: It wouldn't be too much of a problem with him, and he would only notice it when the situation calls for it, like when his significant other is trying to reach for something on the top shelf, or when they get carded at the club/cinemas.
  • Marco: He would point it out, but in a way that would melt his partner's heart. He would love to say things such as "I love how you fit right in my embrace", or "You can hear my heart beating for you", just so that you can turn your disadvantage into an advantage.
  • Connie: To finally have someone shorter than him would be a hoot, and he would make every pun and joke he could think of whenever the opportunity strikes. However, he wouldn't go as far as saying things that are truly hurtful or offensive– only light-hearted fun when the situation calls for it.
  • Levi: He would feel a tinge of satisfaction in knowing that there is someone out there who is more vertically than he is. Pointing it out would be the last thing he would want to do since he knows the feeling. He would be quick to defend his significant other from jokes and jabs. Basically, he would be mum and indifferent about it.
  • Erwin: The moment he catches them feeling bad about it will be the moment he starts ranting and raving about everything he loves about his partner. He thinks every inch of his significant partner is perfect, and he would want them to see that as well.

White spines… make me lose my mind.

A bunch of contemporaries on my TBR I’m desperate to make some time to read. Which pick do you suggest I start with first?

attack-on-titan-girl-lol  asked:

Hi! What stores would the 104th go to if they went to a mall?

Eren: (He’s also partial to Abercrombie only because he was once mistaken for model in one of their stores.)

Mikasa: Sephora. This girl is super into makeup, (and really, really good at it,)  and could spend hours checking out new colors or styles. 

Armin: Hot Topic. He’s really into his fandoms, namely Harry Potter and Doctor Who, so he likes the store that has merchandise for both of those. 

Jean: Dick’s Sporting Goods. Jean’s very physically active; he’s a runner, a swimmer, a general fitness enthusiast. And he loves checking out all the sporting gear, especially when he’s just looking and doesn’t have to worry about finding the right thing. 

Marco: He’s a huge Bath and Body Works fan. He doesn’t even try to hide it. He really loves candles, and could spend hours trying to find the perfect one. 

Annie: Forever 21. She really likes their clothes, (but she does get surprisingly anxious to be in a mall alone, and will usually ask Sasha or Mikasa to go with her. Sometimes she’ll ask along Bertl and Reiner.)

Reiner: American Eagle. Reiner really enjoys shopping for clothes as he associates it with his mom and good memories of the two of them doing just that when he was younger. And he does enjoy American Eagle’s style, (and so does his cousins, whom he often takes to the mall for adventures while babysitting.)

Bertholdt: Teavana, but also any bookstore, because nothing brings him as much joy as tea and books. (Which he needs because he also gets really anxious going into busy shopping malls, so those familiar things calm him down.)

Sasha: The Disney Store. No further comment. 

Connie: Gamestop. He enjoys his video games as much as the next guy, and also associates it with his younger brother, whom he takes to that very store quite often so they can scout out the best new games or hunt for old classics. 

Ymir: F.Y.E (For Your Entertainment.) Ymir’s really into movies and music, and loves stores like this where she can find titles both new and old. 

Historia: Any shoe store, because she loves to find the most ridiculous heels she can to feel tall. She makes a game of it with whoever she’s with, and has to beg Ymir to lift a ban on it when she (Historia) almost twists her ankle. 

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I am a princess. All girls are. Even if they live in tiny old attics. Even if they dress in rags, even if they aren’t pretty, or smart, or young. They’re still princesses. All of us.