I’m really disappointed with how this whole fidget spinner craze turned out. I was hoping that it would make it easier for people who needed them to get them at local stores at good prices, but that’s not what’s happening.
The kid across the street that my sister and I babysit is really upset right now because he got one last year for his ADHD, but now they’ve been banned at his school. Kids are buying them and using them like toys, doing tricks with them and just being disruptive. So now the kids who actually need to use them to concentrate aren’t allowed to have them at all because they think it would be unfair for certain kids to have “toys” and ban them for everyone else.
I should have known this was how it was going to turn out when someone at work pointed out that the one I’ve been using for awhile was “the hottest new kids toy” and didn’t believe me when I told him it was a tool and not something I use just for fun.
im so proud of bts. i haven’t been here long and pretend like i don’t stan them but honestly the love that i have for them is so much and they were one of the groups i first admired when i got into kpop. i know that the journey they had wasn’t the easiest one but they’ve come so far since then to where they are now, breaking barriers in the global music industry and obtaining global recognition. i hope that this serves as a gate not only for bts to continue to succeed but also a gate for all of kpop to become better known
What people think INFPs are like:
Precious sweethearts who are -so- emotional and cry about -everything- all the time.
What INFPs are actually like:
Warriors that are stuck dreaming about the ways they want to help and rescue the people they love, and win love in return. They want the world to be like the fictional one they have in their head and if they are too overwhelmed by life's problems they want to be -alone-, even away from their closest friends, to be upset and jaded at the world.
How people think INFPs socialize:
When they see their friends, they weep for joy because it's so beautiful, and they just can't take the sheer beauty of the friendship.
How INFPs -actually- socialize:
Most of their social interactions happen with the version of you they have in their head.
How often people think INFPs cry:
Everytime the sun sets. Everytime the icing on their cupcake is perfect. Everytime they walk in the park. Everytime the wind blows. Everytime...
How often INFPs actually cry:
When something has come along to truly, truly break their heart. Which is actually hard to do. When everything that they have desired in life begins to fall apart and they feel their dreams crumbling. When they realize they don't know what to do, to go back to where they were before. When they're watching a sad movie/reading a sad book.
How easy people think it is to befriend an INFP:
Be a person. Congrats you're their friend.
How easy it -actually- is to befriend an INFP:
It isn't. You may consider them -your- friend, but they don't consider you the same. You're not really their friend until you prove that you and they share a true kindred link.
What people think INFPs dream about:
Being rescued by a knight in shining armor.
What INFPs actually dream about:
Being a knight in shining armor, rescuing.
What people think annoys an INFP:
What actually annoys an INFP:
Loads of stuff, including MBTI posts that type us as crybaby cinnamon rolls. Please stop. It's humiliating. Thanks.
gaining approval in da2: careful consideration of each dialogue response, micromanaging you party because some characters literally can’t be taken out together without losing approval, the eternal struggle of Getting Carver To Love You Back
gaining approval in dai: i stood on a hill and watched a bear fighting darkspawn on the storm coast and blackwall slightly approved three times