i love food forever

i got an ask for Kara with potstickers so here you go

i-forever-love-food  asked:

This is totally out of the blue but do you guys know if it is possible for i-armys to get bts concert tickets in korea? Like not being in korea at the time of the sale but being able to buy them to go to the show?

Yes it’s very possible + easy to do!
When they have concerts, they will release all the info via fancafe on when ticket sales etc happen for example, there is official ARMY presale then general sale of tickets. If you do not live in Korea you can purchase your tickets via the global interpark ticket site usually there’s a link or you just search ‘BTS’ and it’ll come up.
Also, instead of getting your ticket shipped to you, you pick it up at the ticket box on the day of the concert. Making sure you take your ticket information receipt + ID (passport) or you cannot claim it. Hopefully this helps!

Things I’ve learned spending my summer working in small animal emergency and critical care

AKA how I spent the other half of my summer

–Sometimes miracles happen, but usually they don’t.

–Every dog named “Lucky” will have something horrible happen to them.

–The owners that send us food are the best and I love them forever.

–If you’re wondering why a cavalier king Charles spaniel is coming in, it’s probably heart problems.

–If you’re wondering why a bulldog, Frenchie, or pug is coming in, it’s probably breathing problems.

–If you’re wondering why a lab is coming in, it’s probably a foreign body.

–Animals can become so icteric that their blue eyes appear green. It’s super freaky.

–Sometimes signs of arrest are nothing more obvious than subtle changes in mentation, so never brush off any kind of change with your patient.

–Invest in some good shoes and any icy hot roller. Your back will thank you.

–When in doubt, muzzle a dog. Even the nicest animal can become unmanageable when they are in pain. Getting bitten doesn’t help anyone and is generally avoidable. Also, read body language!

–Cats are often nicer than you expect, but don’t take chances with them either. A towel can be your best friend.

–I cry when owners cry. I still haven’t figured out how to deal with this one.

–People sometimes have a hard time making the decision that it is time to let an animal go. We need to help them understand when their animal is suffering.

–A pee stream can shoot a lot farther than you’d ever think possible.

–Don’t forget about drug compatibility! I still have to ask to make sure certain drugs are safe to give together.

–Double and triple check your dosage calculations. An incorrect calculation can be lethal.

–It’s hard not to take all of the pain and suffering of your patients home with you. I understand why so many vets burn out practicing ECC. It’s definitely not something I could do as a career, though I absolutely admire the people that do.

–Animals really do seem to have their spirits lifted by having a visit with their owners. It might be hard to see them when they’re in so much pain, but I really think it makes a difference for their mental state.

–Techs are a gift from the gods. Treat them well, and remember to say “thank you”.

“Buy me food and I’ll love you forever.”

“I thought you already promised to loved me forever.”

“Buy me food and I promise to love you forever times two.”

For no reason at all I wanted to give a shout out to everyone who’s following this little corner of the net and take the time to read the stuff I post when it floats across dashboards. You all are fantastic people and I hope your new year is going splendidly so far.

A special thank you to those in bold. If it weren’t for you  I wouldn’t have gotten the fics out that I did. You’ve been a steady source of input, encouragement and a good whip cracking when I need it. I love ya.

May you all know peace and joy in the months to come.

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マジカルバナナ
浦島坂田船
マジカルバナナ

So Sakata, Urata, Shima and Senra decided to play “Magical Banana”, a japanese game in which you have to say as soon as possible what comes to your mind when speaking of a Banana

Sakata: Let’s start Magical Banana with Senra

Senra: Ok! Magical Banana! Banana reminds me of (something) long

Shima: Long reminds me of The Great Seto Bridge

Urata:

Sakata: Urata-san—

Urata: The Great Seto Bridge reminds me of…

Shima: You’re slow! www

Urata: -laughs- Seto?

Shima: Your speed sucks

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I’d like to take a second to make a post about all the Puerto Rican food I miss eating. So if you life fried foods or just delicious foods in general, this post is also for you.

an example of a place to find the foods I’m about to show you:

first we have some lechon:

then we have some pasteles con arroz y gandules:

(I know, it looks gross. But trust me, it is soooo good ugh.)

there’s always a jibarito if you want something light:

next up, some alcapurrias:

followed by some pastelitos:

can’t leave out the tostones:

gotta add in the traditional arroz y habichuelas:

(in my dad’s house this is literally a side dish to EVERY dinner he makes)

and we’ll finish this post with a snack platter:

and of course we can’t forget dessert:

That Vriska/Equius exchange was so good though like

it’s so obvious how desperate she is, but there’s no way vriska’s gonna just flat out ask for help, especially from someone like equius; she’s waaay to proud for that (she even admits this shit’s embarrassing for her).

So she tries to buttering him up, maybe hoping that he’ll just offer to help given her condition.

and then, just before passing out she compliments Equius while simultaneously reminding him of how terrible her own lusus is.

Bottom line is, Hussie is incredibly good at writing his characters and I am so fucking excited for the rest of this comic. 

how to draw mizar:

-stay up for 56 hours

-drink 4-5 red bulls 

-put on some sweats 

-look in the mirror 

-draw that