i-do-hope-so

it scares me that we don’t actually know 5sos. like when we see videos of meet and greets etc. with fans, they seem so lovely but then I read so much shit about them behind the scenes and it’s so hard to decide what to believe because deep down, i’m terrified that they really are dickheads who want fame, money and girls

Binan Koukou Chikyuu Bouei-bu LOVE! Novel - Chapter 7

Cuddlogue 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Afterword

This is actually the final chapter of the novel (the afterword just has some comments by the author etc). Hope you enjoyed - still can’t believe this translation actually happened!


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farfartothewestofeverywhere asked:

i just want to let you know i agree 10,000% with the notes in that last post.

I’ve had so many girls sit around me and talk about how “disgusting” they are because they “haven’t been to the gym a week” or “ate soooooo much at dinner tonight,” when I maybe haven’t had time to go to the gym in months or literally just ate more than the girl did. and I realize they don’t mean to hurt me, and yet they do anyways. if they think they are so disgusting for eating half a philly cheesesteak, what do they think of the fact that I just ate the whole thing? you know one comment like “oh my god I am SO FULL I am never eating that much again” is fine, but I’ve honestly had to sit through people go on and on about how horrible they are as a person for eating something. they don’t seem happy when they are saying these things and neither am I!!!!!! people need to learn to filter what they say. it’s okay if they think it in their head. it’s not a healthy way to think, and I suggest trying to change the thought process, but saying it to the people around them just makes it worse. people have no idea whose feelings they are hurting.

for anyone interested in this topic, I recommend reading Renee Engeln’s article from the ny times, the problem with fat talk and then the letters to the editor about this article.

the article makes a great basis point about how research shows that talking to each other about how we don’t like our bodies actually makes us feel worse.

the letters to the editor expand upon this idea and point out the fact that not only does it make ourselves feel worse but also that “fat-talk statements reinforce the oppression of people who meet the socially constructed definition of ‘fat.’”

Resort Pool Shooting <BTS 2015 Summer Package>
  • RM:I envy them.
  • * saw a couple getting out of the water in a distant *
  • RM:i think they're about the same age as I am.
  • * sighing and proceeds to lay back on the pool recliner *
  • RM:At least I am here though... I don't know.
  • ------
  • * peeking out from the tennis court *
  • SG:Wow, I want to come here with my family.
  • SG:I looked up Malaysia, and there are no natural disasters here like typhoon or earthquake. Perfect for vacation.
  • <caption>Suga checking for even natural disasters for a family vacation.
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  • * Jungkook and Taehyung blowing bubbles from across the pool as part of the photoshoot *
  • JK:I didn't expect the kids to like bubbles but they love it.
  • <caption>He is kind enough to be considerate about other foreign kids playing in the pool.
  • JK:They are all giddy.
  • * a wild Jimin appears *
  • JM:Ha!
  • <caption>Tireless Jimin is also giddy.
  • ------
  • * Jungkook being weird in the pool with his green goggles on *
  • <caption>Your hair should look pretty.
  • Coordi-noona:Jungkook, go dip yourself in the water.
  • * dips himself in the water so that his hair looks a little better *
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  • * J-hope, Jimin, Jungkook and Taehyung doing girl group dance in the middle of the pool *
  • <caption>Excited V, throws himself (it's actually Jimin and Jungkook) into the water.
  • JK:* takes off google and trudges angrily to Taehyung *
  • <caption>V is eventually met with punishment.
  • SG:*watching from the other side of the pool* Look at the size-difference -LOL-
  • V:* tries to escape Jungkook's wrath *
  • <caption>Eventually...
  • * Jungkook and Jimin dumps Taehyung in the pool.
  • <caption>With V's punishment, the shooting in the pool wraps up successfully!
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  • cc:Big Hit Entertainment for the English sub.

burroughhs asked:

Your Sirius Black tag may be the best, most heartbreaking thing on earth, and it's given me a big big revelation on his characterization. (And I might be crying right now.)

ti want to print this ask out and frame it tbh this is all i want in life

ITS FUNNY BC i have 2 sirius tags, i have #sirius black for all the text posts/character side/also me crying over him/PAIN then i have #brightest star which is all the amazing edits and graphics and sad gifs and its sort of been jumbled up but NOW YOU SAID THIS im going to try and keep them all separate because oMG this is everything wow i love getting people to understand his character!!

yuikishirohana asked:

Omigod, I just finished DRRR and I'm currently dying. I don't know if you're accepting writing requests for anime but if you are, can you please write a Izaya x Reader thing?

Yui-Hime!! What is this?! WHAT IS THIS! IZAYA!! Are you joking! Just…whut…. OMG *sighs* 

hahaha! omg totally just kidding!!! Gosh these Izaya lovers….just means more Shizuo for Amy and I!! and yay! My first DRRR drabble! Just a little fun, Izaya style, and a little romance- I hope you like it!~

tagging isasa-li cuz lord knows twinny would kill me if I wrote anything Izaya and didn’t tag her XD

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anonymous asked:

You deserve a hug, no, all the hugs in the world. You're great and I want you to know that. You're amazing, so never let anyone tell you otherwise, not even you yourself. I hope you're going to have a great day because you deserve it for just being yourself!

thank you… this is so nice:(((

                    DEAD RINGER: Post-Civil War AU

    In the 18th and early 19th centuries, there was little use for coal- but when the Civil War ended, the United States entered an industrialization period, and coal was desperately needed to feed factories and railroads that were rapidly spreading across the country. Capitalists arrived in droves to rural areas such as Southern Appalachia to tap into its human and natural resources.

     Aaron is a soft spoken boy from the heart of the Appalachian mountains. He once was made to work in the highly hazardous mines near his hometown, until escaping via coal transportation route to the transcontinental railroad. He’s troubled, haunted by his experiences in the mines and deaths he witnessed, but he seeks a new life for himself based in less dangerous work, if possible in this age. Unfortunately, death and danger seem to follow wherever he treads.