how-did-you-do-that

Ask me stuff, I have zero interaction with my followers.

1. What is something you always wear, even in the shower?
2. What is your favorite thing to wear to sleep?
3. What is/was your favorite stuffed animal growing up!
4. Have you read any book more than 5 times?
5. How did you feel after your first kiss?
6. What Tempe of underwear do you prefer?
7. What was the first movie you’ve seen in a movie theater?
8. What is your state or country’s minimum wage?
9. What moment in time did you truly feel ‘awe-inspired?’
10. What is your least favorite food?
11. What is your favorite constellation and why?
12. If you could have any hair style you wanted, what would it look like?
13. Gold, silver, or bronze accessories?
14. Do you have any allergies?
15. Do you like the smell of cedar wood?
16. Shower curtain, or door?
17. Do you wear slippers?
18. What is your favorite pattern?
19. Do you watch any big sports games?
20. Can you play any instruments?
21. If you could learn any language that you don’t already know semi-fluently, what would it be?
22. What is your favorite topic in history class?
23. Do you believe in love at first sight?
24. Name one dream that ruined your day when you woke up.
25. Have you ever burned yourself?
26. Do you own a hair dryer?
27. What age did you learn to make toast?
28. What color is the mat in your bathroom?
29. Name something in your bathroom you constantly run out of besides toilet paper.
30. What kind of watch do you wear?
31. How much did the shirt you’re wearing right now cost?
32. Are you still friends with anyone from middle school?
33. Do you hope to advance at your current job?
34. Would you like to marry whoever you’re seeing right now?
35. Have you ever thought to yourself that you’re the luckiest person in the world?
36. What is your favorite color to paint your nails?
37. What time of day do you most enjoy looking at the sky?
38. What is your dream vehicle?
39. What was the best thing you ever did for your parents or legal guardians or parent figures?
40. Have you ever worn a suit?
41. Would you rather make 2d or 3d art?
42. Have you ever made a list of questions for Tumblr?
43. Do you prefer candles or incense?
44. If you marry, would you do a tradition wedding, or get hitched?
45. What is the weirdest thing you’ve done with binder clips?
46. Do you still go trick-or-treating?
47. Have you ever won a costume contest?
48. What is something you’ve done every summer for as long as you can remember?
49. So you touch things for no reason?
50. Do you eat candy corn?

Chain letter email #132

Two Teenage boys were picked up for doing drugs. When they went to court, the judge said that he would like to give them a second chance. If they could work in the community and convince young people not to do drugs, they would avoid jail time.

The two boys went to the community and did their work and returned to court the following month. The judge asked the first boy how he did and he told the judge that he convinced 30 people not to do drugs.

The judge said, “That was great how did you do that?”

The Boy told him, “I used a diagram, your honor. I drew two circles like this: O o and told them this (the big circle) is your brain before drugs and this (small circle) is your brain after drugs.”

“That’s admirable,” said the judge. “And you, how did you do?” (to the 2nd boy)

“Well, your honor, I persuaded 156 people to give up drugs forever.”

“156 people! That’s amazing! How did you manage to do that?”

“Well, I used the same two circles. I pointed to the small circle and told them, ‘This is your asshole before prison.’”

Anonymous said: July 25th 2015, 5:19 pm · 3 days ago
fenris sleeping in hawke’s bed while she’s out on lengthy sundermount errands without him. hawke’s dog joining him (read: lying down on his back and nearly crushing him) and licking his face; fenris being mildly annoyed about it at first, but ending up petting it and talking to it because each of them can tell the other misses hawke

Anonymous said: July 25th 2015, 7:05 pm · 3 days ago
(fenris and the mabari anon) also fenris sleeping in hawke’s bed while she’s away for a while and the dog bringing him some piece of clothing of hers that smells especially like her, and the two of them sleeping with it in between them, the dog’s head resting on part of it while fenris has the other end in his hand and held against his face

Originally posted by mental-ephemera

i’m sorry anon it’s just too darned beautiful

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah

anonymous asked:

Do you have any idea about how did rest of Europe responded when the Berlin wall finally came down?

Funny enough, for YEARS, most of European powers supported reunification - that is, until it became a realistic vision. Then, slooowly, the continent began to shift nervously and be like, “mmmmyeah we weren’t serious, you know??”

From a political standpoint, Europe shit a collective brick when the Wall came down. Europe held one fear - that WWIII would break out like, immediately, or at least that Germany would become a dominant power in Europe again.

Margaret Thatcher, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom at the time, was very outwardly opposed to German unification. Like, homegirl kept a fucking MAP in her PURSE of Germany’s territory in 1937, so she could instantly whip that shit out and explain the “German problem” to anyone who might have even mentioned Germany’s possible unification.

She (and the rest of Western Europe) just could not let go of the reasons that Germany was split up to begin with - namely, to prevent another war sparked by German aggression. She believed that a unified Germany would strengthen German nationalisation again and would destabilise Europe, rather than stabilise it. She goes on record to say, in December 1989 (after the wall came down), “We defeated the Germans twice! And now they’re back!” 

Thatcher, as well as many nations, were in favour of a “transitional period” of five or more years where East and West would remain as separate nations, slowly fusing together, when reunification became obvious.

France was generally in the same boat, its president Mitterrand reporting to Gorbachev that, in 1989, “France by no means wants German reunification, although it realises that in the end it is inevitable.” Thanks for the support.

Italy? Its Prime Minister said, “I love Germany so much that I prefer two of them.” Netherlands also was in the “we’ll pass on that reunification BS” boat.

So Germany saw that Europe was like “HA. HAAA WOW CONGRATS….WISH YOU COULD REUNITE RIGHT AWAY BUT TOO BAD YOU CAN’T RIGHT?? HA..HA…” and was like, “fucking watch me, douchbags” and did the process in less than a year. Suck it.

So who was actually in support? Of all places, Ireland. Whose Prime Minister called a special session of the European Economic Community to Dublin just to alleviate the European powers’ fears of MechaHitler rising to power and zombie SS re-invading France. He stated, “I have expressed a personal view that coming as we do from a country which is also divided many of us would have sympathy with any wish of the people of the two German States for unification.” Two for you, Ireland! (Literally)

OH, and the Germans’ biggest supporters? America. Who was like, ‘YES WOW VERY GOOD. FORGET 1945 RIGHT? WATER UNDER THAT BRIDGE. GR8 FRIENDS. LET’S BE BFFLES. I’LL SHOW YOU A WHOLE NEW WORLD OF TRADE AND SHIT.” Though it may or not be because they saw reunification as America ttly “winning” over the Soviet Union.

Its like swimming against the current. I’m searching for something to grab ahold of. Give me something. My limbs ache, my cold heart is heavy, and I feel my strength being washed away like the waves destroy the thought out sand castles built on sinking sand. I feel the weight of our relationship on my shoulders. I didn’t ask for this but either did you. How do I get your attention. Do you remember what we once shared? A friendship and a foundation that kept us afloat in this thing we call life. At what point do I give in? When will it be too much? Its like I see the light at the end of the tunnel but my legs refuse to move. You are losing me and somehow I know I cant turn back. Where are you? I forgot, I lost you to pride. But not only yours. My pride is like a brick wall built higher than I am able to see. But I promise, the last month I have beat myself and climbed to the top for you. I have laid myself out for the sake of our relationship. I am left vulnerable and unprotected. They say its fifty fifty but what does that really mean exactly. In reality I could let go. Let the waves take me and I think youd watch me being washed up on the sand. You have given up and I think I have too.

anonymous asked:

do you and zach still talk or see each other? how did you decide what to do and how do you handle it? I'm in a similar situation but i don't feel like i SHOULD talk to my ex and am told by other people that thats immature or weak...

thats not weak. you’re not weak. you are so, so not weak. you’re the absolute best. 

and my gosh its not immature. immaturity is others trying to convince you that they are able to tell you how to handle a relationship that no one in the world was a part of or will ever fully know but the two of you. 

yes, take and value advice, but you can never be told how to feel.

zach and i don’t currently talk and did not go down the path of being friends, no. thats a choice that we both made together and seperately and currently stand by it.

i’m thankful we knew each other the way we did and for that period of life but life has to keep going and keep being enjoyed, you know? and even if theres more to it than that, sometimes it has to be left at that.

i thought for a long time that being friends in these situations was always the right choice and that THAT was how you respected the other person or that respect equaled friendship. but honestly, thats not always healthy. and currently thats not healthy. and finding a way to be okay with that is also a form of respect. 

i have intentionally chosen to take a step back from some things to maintain that, and continue that health and i know not everyone will agree with that, and not everyone will agree with what you decided or decide to do. but dang. just for the love you everything…. you know what’s best for you. do THAT.

anonymous asked:

How many followers do you have and how did you get them? I want to post pics of my progress but im not sure because i dont have a lot of followers

i just hit 54,000 on here and i have 20,280 on my instagram (allystone)

i didnt think that would EVER happen.
but when i started this blog i had 0 followers. i posted my progress pictures and they would get 0 notes. i did it for me. i did it to keep myself in track. dont feel like you need people to follow you for your results to be valid. thats not how it works. you dont need approval from others to be healthy. post your pictures. keep yourself on track. follow people who inspire you. its not a numbers contest

i am very lucky i get to inspire people every day and i love that i have that opportunity. but id still be doing this even if i didnt have as many followers as i do.

anonymous asked:

(MajinBuuhan) "Oh my god! How did you get so fat Vegito?!"

“Do you really think that I know? If I knew how this happened, I wouldn’t still be a walrus.”

kxvintran asked:

ive got a question. They say you arent supposed to give the stars anything during the photos, so how did you do that? I would love to write them a letter and give it to them

Well, Jensen kinda just took the book and I told Jared I’d understand if he didn’t keep the letter but he wanted it. Rules are made to be broken?

I mean, shit, in everything Creation gives you, they tell you not to audio or video record anything and then Richard stands up there and tells you to audio and video record EVERYTHING.

Tumblr peeps,

How many of you did the study group thing when you were doing medicine or medical sciences? Was it a massive help? 

I would very much like to just study on my own and be friends with Tumblr and forget I have a real life, but apparently that is pretty much the hallmark of future serial killers… 

So, study groups. Worth it?? Did you get value out of them in terms of your study or purely social?

reinitaguarani asked:

Dear future me!

how good do you look 24 months on hrt? also did you get your license back? did you quit smoking or are you still fuckin around? can we roll a blunt? who are you dating? someone cool I hope. where are you living? the heat sucks so I hope its somewhere cold. anyway. hope youre doing ok.

“Hi! I want to ask you where did you buy your dotted notebook from? and how do you use your planners together?” - Anon

Hiii anon! I’m going to answer like this because it’s easier than trying to work with my inbox haha.
My dotted notebook is this one from Office Works - super cheap and super effective. I have one in each size, I love them. 

Planner wise, I was originally using one like this:

But as of late I just havent been feeling it, I dont know why. Not bullet journalling, just my bullet journal and how I was using it so I decided to look around and came up with two alternatives that I’m going to test over the next week.

Number one is the dotted notebook, set up like this

And number two is my Kikki K weekly diary that I’d used from January to June, where I then wanted to explore other journalling options and started my bullet journal. I think of it as ol’ faithful, as I’ve had one of these every year since 2011. 

Let me know if you want to see anything in particular! I hope this helps :) Have a lovely day x

anonymous asked:

sorry if this is a dumb question but how do you operate a fish? did you do it or did you tagke him to a vet or?

I did it myself, I am the one in the video. With fish, few vets are capable of even remotely treating fish. I am NOT a replacement for veterinary care, but fish are a unique situation where more often than not they are diagnosed and treated at home.

This, obviously, means a lot of misdiagnoses and dead fish. Fish medicine is still in it’s infancy, unfortunately.

Staff spotlight: Charles Hosale

Over the next few months, we’re going to be highlighting some of our fantastic staff in the UWM Archives. For this staff spotlight, I sat down with our AV project archivist, Charles, to ask him a few questions.

How did you become an archivist?
When I was doing my undergrad I worked at a record store and I found that I really liked organizing the chaos that was the store, alphabetizing things, putting things in chronological order.  When I was doing the more research-heavy courses in comparative literature, which was my undergrad, I found that I liked the historical resources and the idea of preserving them a lot more than I actually liked the content.  That, and the harsh realities of the cooking job I worked after undergrad, led me to complete a library master’s degree!  I worked here at the UWM Archives as a student intern, and at the Wisconsin Historical Society, Robert W. Baird, and various others, and then got to stay on as an AV project archivist here!

What is your favorite collection?
My favorite collection is WTMJ because it’s the one I’ve spent the most time with, and it’s the one that has the most variety.  There are so many different topics, lots of daily history that gets into the minuta of city government, local events, or elections - just the pattern of daily life in Milwaukee. You get to know all these characters, like the WTMJ reporters, Mayor Henry Maier, or Congressman Clement Zablocki.  The collection also is in such an interesting format to preserve and you get to use the Steenbeck!   I don’t have a single favorite reel, but any of the Milwaukee Newsreel cans from 1951-1955 are incredible.  I have a favorite segment–it shows the Nutrition Magician, who’s this guy performing at a mall in 1975 for kids. And he’s doing magic tricks but the theme of it is all about having good nutrition!

Tell us about a time that archives were particularly meaningful or had a big impact.
I was going through WMTJ newsfilm and I found an interview with my grandfather who I never met,  because he died before I was born.  That was really profound and it made me realize that the better description we did, the more likely that could happen for someone else as well, that they could see their family members in living color.  Archives are public and collective, but they’re personal as well. I also thought it was really cool that I was able to find some previously un-described Brewers footage–it was that critical moment of the Seattle Pilots getting off the plane in 1970 to become the Milwaukee Brewers. [Thanks to Charles’ discovery, that footage ended up in a major exhibit at Miller Park called The Selig Experience.]  

What is your favorite thing about working in archives?
The environment.  The people.  Having colleagues who are interested in the same thing as you and have a respect for history and cultural memory. And getting to learn or work with something new every day.