in portuguese just because

Portuguese Vocabulary - Vacation related

Vacation - Férias (f)
Trip - Viagem (f)
Airport - Aeroporto (m)
Customs - Alfândega (f)
Passport- Passaporte (m)
Visa - Visto (m)
Documents - Documentos (m)
Flight - Vôo (m)
Luggage - Bagagem (f)
Flight ticket - Passagem (f)
Departure - Partida (f)
Destination - Destino (m)
Bus - Ônibus (m)
Bus stop - Ponto de ônibus (m)
Taxi - Táxi (m)
Taxi stop - Ponto de táxi (m)
Transfer - Traslado (m)
Subway - Metrô (m)
Hotel - Hotel (m)
Hostel - Hostel (m)
Map - Mapa (m)
City guide - Guia da cidade (m)
Attraction - Atração (f)
To travel - Viajar (v)
To visit - Visitar (v)
To plan - Planejar (v)
To take a bus/taxi/flight - Pegar um ônibus/táxi/vôo

Ship Fights

I usually don’t get into ship fights, because everyone  is allowed to like what/who they want and no one has anything to do with it, but the minimum required is respect. Respect especially when we talk about real people.

Whenever I go to twitter or facebook and search for Jikook, I always see fights between Vkook and Jikook shippers. But what shocked me the most was when I read certain comments that offended, humiliated and denigrated Jimin, so much that I felt the need to write this.

1st: We are talking about real people. This is not a book in which some like the main character to end with x or y, this is not fantasy. Jimin, Jungkook, and V are real people;

2nd: Everyone ships whoever they want with who they want. I like Jikook for several reasons, but that is not a reason to go on social media and write hateful comments towards V, or speak ill of the relationship that exists between him and Jungkook. I love V, I love Jungkook, and above all I love BTS. To have respect and manners is the least some people should have.

3rd: It’s horrible to see people calling themselves fans, and trying to create little groups to boo the part where Jimin and Jungkook sing together in the 21st century girl, in example:

This is in Portuguese and it came on my Jikook search in twitter… This comment was written by someone who ships Vkook. Nothing against it.
However what this person wrote was basically that in the concert that BTS will have in Brazil, when Jungkook and Jimin sing their part together in the 21st century girl they will boo them, yes you read well, boo them, and you ask why? 

Because they just don’t like them together. This, aside from being sad that it came from a “fan” is horrible to BTS as a group. Can’t these people imagine how BTS would feel to being booed over by something they probably don’t even have a clue about?! In addition, this person also says that if Jikook fans take boards with sayings about JiKook to the concert, they will destroy them … surreal ….

4th: But what shocked me the most was the hatred that runs through the human being. When we talk about BTS, we are talking about 7 young people fighting for recognition, fighting for their music, fighting to be heard. Friends, brothers, united family … one for all and all for one. 

So what I read, that I’m going to leave the screens snaps for you to see, shocked me so much.
All of us, within a group, have our Bias, we all have more preference for one or another member, but to expel free hate just because people have opinions different from ours, it has to end. In what society do we live? A society that does not respect itself, that does not respect the opinions of others? This society, every day shocks me more ….

The person is saying that BTS is only Taehyung, the others don’t matter. Don’t really understand how someone can call herself “fan” and say this…

And now, the real hate starts…

Basically, someone said that Jimin was the most handsome of the group … this person says that, that is insane and that would never be possible and that there is a reason for the members to always put Jimin at last in the ranks of beauty, in other words, she is saying that Jimin is ugly.

I don’t know if people reading this post, know how to read Portuguese, but even for me (that I speak Portuguese) it hurts to translate this …. because it is just disgusting.

This person, because I do not consider her a fan, asks if anyone would mind if she made a poster with the body of a pig and Jimin’s face …
Then she asks if the fans think it makes any difference to stand up for Jimin …

This is wrong in so many ways. Who really knows BTS, knows how much Jimin fights daily, how much he strives to improve the few, that in his eyes are many, imperfections he makes. Who knows BTS knows the complicated path he walked to this day, and who doesn’t know at least listen to his solo, and will probably understand him a bit more.

But we’re not over yet… no, there’s more ….

Basically, she says no one can force her to love Jimin, and that to her, he is ugly and irrelevant …. that to her, Jimin is as if he desn’t even exist in BTS.

I write this today, to show how hate exists. How people are mean.
No one is obliged to like the same things, but at least respect people.
BTS is a group that we all love, and if we really are fans, we like all members independently of the ships.
They are real people, they have their own lives. And we as fans, should support them, and be on their side. The hate needs to stop!

ARMY, that’s who we are. An army that protects. ARMY is a family, a family that does not let anyone hurt what we protect.
I am an ARMY and I will never get tired of writing how BTS is wonderful, and I will never stop defending my group when I see one of the members being insulted without being able to defend himself.

Share love. Share peace. Fight against hatred. Because of wars, the world is full.

BTS is union. BTS is friendship. Don’t ruin that with hate.

anonymous asked:

Can we just talk about Sean being part Hispanic or Portuguese. Because even though its a small amount I just had a mental image of Anti speaking Spanish to us and it made me very happy

…that’s a mental image i didnt know i needed until right now

For me, and for a lot of us, I believe, this was more of a victory against our own country, more than against the other countries. Portugal is a place full of self hating people who will shit on anything that’s ours, until it’s approved by people from outside. Portugal is a place with a huge lack of recognition for artists. Please, before you judge Salvador’s words about music, try and see the shit that gets views here.

well i just watched @ace-pidge’s and @ayrabelle’s videos of lance’s siren noise in different languages and i was just curious about what does it sound like in portuguese (i’ve watched like 5 minutes of voltron in portuguese because it’s just too annoying and they make every sentence look weirder and i just laugh a lot) and i don’t know how to feel

variations on a theme

For NurseyDex Week Day 1 (mutual pining/getting together), posted a day late because I wrote this at the last minute like a fool. Thanks for reading!

“You look good,” Dex says, and it’s not the champagne speaking, because his glass is still fizzing full and his face isn’t as pink as the table centerpiece yet. Which means it must be a feint.

“My tie was stolen,” is the first defense Nursey can scrounge up. At least it’s true; Chowder’s cousin’s daughter is wearing it like a pageant sash over her fluffy yellow dress.

“You can’t call it a crime if you gave it away, Nurse.”

“I was coerced! She sent her goons after me.” He points to the girl’s two older siblings, each probably about six or seven years old. One of them waves shyly when he notices Nursey looking his way.

“Strong-armed by some first graders? Incredible.”

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anonymous asked:

Hey, could you search for some iberian wolves pic? They're very underrated, I volunteer in the Portuguese Iberian Wolf Rescue and people always think they're not wolves just because they aren't grey :(

Hi. Iberian Wolves are beautiful :) I posted it before, I’m sure ( I mean - archive ).

Photo:  Iberian Wolf 20 by Canisography

grimes-slut  asked:

Hey Jess, any plans to write more TWD? I loved your Rick Grimes fic! xx

Hey, Jessie! lol Yeah, I’m planning to write a Rick imagine which I will post today, before the new episode. Also, my friend asked me once to write a Daryl fic based on “Malibu”, by Miley Cyrus and I never did??? So yeah, guess I’ll be writing more TWD in the next few weeks.

And thank you so much, sweetie!!! It means a lot that you liked my first Rick fic <3

anonymous asked:

Don't lie to yourself you're not a Latina. Any tiny fraction of being Latinx you lost when you thought sticking up for white people was the right thing to do. And you're into that weirdo shit. Pendeja

1. as The definition for “Latina” is the following:
La·ti·na ləˈtēnə/ nounNORTH AMERICAN
1. (in North America) a woman or girl of Latin American origin or descent.(Google)

A woman of latin descent.
Very sexy and beautiful, These women are women of Italy, Spain, and Portugal. Women of Latin American countries are also latina’s. It is important to realize that the only latin people are NOT ONLY people who are spanish. It includes Italians and Portuguese just as much. Italians the most if anything because the whole latin culture was founded and developed in Rome. Regardless, Italian, Portuguese and Latin American women are “Latinas” (urban dictionary)

Definition of Latina
* 1 a woman or girl who is a native or inhabitant of Latin America
* 2 a woman or girl of Latin American origin living in the U.S.
Latina adjective (Merriam-Webster)

So by the definitions I am of Latino descent, and thus I am in fact a Latina.

2. I feel I should mention that even a coconut know how to spell/pronouns Latinos. But it’s ok if you miss spell it since not everyone is great with spelling though I’m not to sure where you got the ‘X’ from but it’s ok. For surely you did not do it on propose and are actively trying to insult a whole group of people by trying to destroy them by forcing your belief onto them.
3. I also find it odd that you would tell me that I somehow lost the right to my family background because of a choice I have made, for I am pretty sure that’s not how that works, for a a, rather sure you Dna is a part of who you are and what makes you, you.
4. I feel I should also mention have this rather high moral code, so I rather do distaste when people who have done nothing wrong gets attacked, and though I may come off blunt and perhaps a bit mean spirited at times, but I truly believe that people should be blamed for the actions of others who they themselves have little to no connection to, and even if they did the actions of others should not be placed on someone else who did not do any real wrong.
5. Also If you are referring to my love of anime, I have to say mocking a persons hobbies is what one calls bullying, which would make you a bit of a hypocrite for attacking someone who checks a lot of boxes in the minority category in life.
6. And ah yes, name calling, very original. Though I do have to say that is rather childish and when I was in middle school I sadly was dealing with much worst someone simply calling me “stupid” in a different language. Though as a coconut with limit Spanish skill I had assumed you try calling me a “bitch” but Google says you said “stupid” so no mater which one it means it’s not very effective.

(Oh and for those of you have no idea what this is talking about its about this post )

anonymous asked:

What would you say is the best fanfic you’ve read so far, any pairing (or lack thereof) and any fandom?





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Loki es el hermano de Thor. Loki tiene un corazón partido pero es celoso, es arrogante, es orgulloso pero es bravo! Fuerte!


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6 Other Shacks On The Cusp of Closing

RadioShack has filed for class 11 bankruptcy, spelling the end for America’s favorite electronics store. As fans of the chain grieve its departure, let’s not forget these other beloved shacks that, like RadioShack, are facing uncertain times.

Jeff’s Shack
Jeff Ozark has been maintaining a wooden shack on his Westchester property since he moved there in 1993. Jeff has everything you’d expect from a world class shack: power tools, pool noodles, and partially deflated basketballs. But ever since Ricky Shin moved in across the street and built a three car garage replete with a workbench and basketball hoop, neighbors have stopped coming by. And it doesn’t help that the local kids think, nay, know it’s haunted.

My Uncle Leo’s Man Shack
The future is grim for my uncle Leo’s shack, located just behind their above ground pool in Bergen County, New Jersey. My aunt Barb is on a tear after she found mice in the shack, and according to sources she “wants it gone, and I’m talking now.” Leo is adamant about keeping the shack, claiming it’s his last vestige of single life and “where else will [he] keep [his] Dead posters.” Leo plans to stand his ground, but that’s ground he seems to be losing quickly on account of the fact that he just got laid off, and he still hasn’t installed the new dishwasher.

The Shack
Not to be confused with RadioShack’s failed 2009 rebranding effort, this unnamed shack located deep inside Idaho’s Sawtooth National Forest needs a miracle to make it through the winter. For years, The Shack was a favorite of woodland creatures and vagabonds alike, but in recent years, business has plummeted. Some experts blame the decline on its desolate location, far from from any potential foot traffic. Others argue it’s because of all the murders.

Bruno’s Cabana
Now, you may be thinking that this cabana isn’t a shack. But don’t worry, cabana is just Portuguese for shack. But do worry because it’s probably closing. This Brazilian haunt tucked away in Rio’s famous Ciudad de Dios favela was once frequented by gangs for their delicious Capirñas and Mojitos. But this tin treasure fell on hard times as Brazilian forces tried to clean up the slums in preparation for the World Cup. Bruno’s struggles exemplify the unseen toll that massive global events like the World Cup and the Olympics take on developing nations. But woo-wee, me likey those Mojitos!

Radios Shack
Radios Shack has been the source for antique radios in the Albany area for decades, but if you’re just tuning in you might want to dial it back because this is one shack of radios that has made its last broadcast. In an age of iPhones and podcasts, Radios Shack is a symbol of a bygone era. And who better to serve as the poster child for that era than Radios Shack’s 97 year old owner, Mildred Cartwright. On her store’s closing, Mildred said, “In my day, radios were currency, and all you had to do to raise your children was tune in to Grand Ole Opry on AM 650 and let Roy Acuff sing them to sleep. I once turned on my Fisher AM/FM receiver and left the house for 2 months and the kids were just fine. I went on a cruise to Buenos Aires and paid for it entirely in radios.”

Some know him as Shaq Diesel, others as Shaq Fu, and others still, as Kazaam. But to most of us, he was just our friend, Shaq. Basketball star Shaquille O’Neil was a giant both on and off the court (and literally because he’s huge), but since retiring in 2011 this king amongst shacks has not played in a single NBA game. Will he ever play basketball again? Experts say unequivocally no. I say, only time will tell.

[Zach Goldbaum is a comedian and filmmaker living in Brooklyn. Follow him on Twitter (@zachgoldbaum) and check out his videos on the prestigious]

Carolina Beatriz Ângelo


after seeing so many posts about women’s right to vote in other countries (props to New Zealand for being the first btw),  decided to look up what happened in Portugal:

listen up shitdicks

this beautiful lady right here:

Was Carolina Beatriz Ângelo, and she was the first woman to e v e r vote in Portugal. 

In 1911 the law stated that the right to vote was only given to: “Portuguese citizens over 21, who can read and write and are heads of households.” so Carolina, a doctor, widowed, and “head of household”, took advantage of the legislator’s lapse and participated in the elections to the Constituent Assembly, but her request to vote was denied by some crummy old minister, not wanting to give up she appealed, and the judge João Baptista de Castro, upheld her claim on the following grounds:

“Excluding women (…) just for being women (…) is simply absurd and unjust and contrary to the ideas of democracy and justice proclaimed by the Republican Party. (…)“ 

This episode generated great controversy at the time, even though she was able to vote, the law quickly changed next year to include the words “all male portuguese citizens”, it wasn’t until 1938 that women were able to vote, and only in 1968 was the barrier that separated female and male citizens lifted and we became just portuguese citizens as a whole!

She is a feminist icon because in her 33 years of life she was a gynecologist, surgeon, a suffragette, a militant of the Republican Women’s League, and founder and president of the Feminist Propaganda Association, and a widow with a daughter at her care.
She died young of a cardiac syncope.

She was tired, but she never stopped fighting for women’s rights to equality and peace in my country, not until her last breath! 

(1878 - 1911)