is that what the kids are calling it

Honeycomb (cereal)

In his very last commercial, Honeycomb Kid battles Opera Bear (a mysterious ursine version of the Phantom of the Opera). Opera Bear’s one appearance was the final commercial of a several-part series, in which the Honeycomb Kid was seeking what he called “The Honeycomb Secret.” Honeycomb Kid had learned from his prior adventures that the secret consisted of three separate parts: The first was the Crunch, the second was the Shape, however the third and most important answer had always eluded him.

Presumably clues from his past adventures had led him to this location. Suddenly he was attacked by Opera Bear, who swung in on a rope. Opera Bear tells the Kid that he will never discover the Honeycomb Secret. The Kid responds “I don’t think so, Opera Bear!” (This is how his name was revealed to the viewer). Upon defeating Opera Bear, Honeycomb Kid discovers the third component of the Honeycomb secret to be the Taste. Since the Kid had originally claimed to have been looking for “The Secret of Honeycomb’s great taste”, the taste seems a somewhat unusual third component to the riddle.[original research?]

At the end of the commercial, Opera Bear and the Kid take a bow on stage, leading one to believe the entire series of commercials were meant to have all been a play. This was the last the world would see of both Opera Bear and the Honeycomb Kid as Crazy Craving would become Honeycomb’s new mascot by the next commercial.


Chen Father Headcanons
  1. Laughs everyday, dad knows how to keep a family happy
  2. Always making his kids uncomfortable (no harm though)
  3. “Hey hey! Little girl of mine! Isn’t that the boi you likeeeeeeh!?”
  4. Honestly he is a joke but that’s exactly what they need when they are sad
  5. He can be pretty serious too, don’t try to misbehave.
  6. Or he will call uncle Kyungsoo 
  7. “Chen Chen Jr, the pretty girl you told me about is on the phoneeeeeee”
  8. No matter what, he is always there for his family.
  9. Loving, caring. Best dad ever.
  10. Adventures, so many adventures. Honestly everything is an adventure with him
  11. Karaoke competitions at 1am
  12. “Try to keep it down, your mom is sleeping xD”
  13. He will give his children a lot of freedom as long as they are responsible
  14. Spend entirely days alone with his kids, hearing about their lives, problems, school, etc. He’s definitely like a best friend.
  15. He’s actually the one who cooks
  16. If it’s chores time, he will make his kids help somehow by some magic trick
  17. “Isn’t your mom beautiful? I love her so much”
  18. Special songs only for his children
  19. The other members and their kids are always included in everything, they are all a really big family
  20. Would be the dad that is always wohoooing his children in the events and cheering and everything xD

Xo, Ara~

anyone else almost cry when the makeup artist tried to give her $$$ to jimmy like what kind of precious selfless angel. a true cinnamon roll to be protected. and he wouldn’t take it from her even though he’s desperate. like he has zero problem swindling other people but he wouldn’t take it from her because she’s like a kind, goodhearted person and just a college kid helping him out and doing a good job and it makes me want to DIE. 

People hold hands a lot in LOTR and it’s really nice? It’s not just Frodo and Sam, but I never noticed before this reread. Pippin just now took Gandalf’s hand, and earlier he’d taken I think Bergil’s, a kid (ten, so old enough to walk around without help) he just met, as they walked around the city. So it’s apparently not weird, it’s just a Normal Thing.

Vaguely of relevance as well is the fact that Frodo says “he is very dear to me” of Aragorn after, what, about a fortnight of knowing him. I’m not saying he doesn’t have cause; it was a very crowded and busy fortnight. I too would probably call someone very dear to me if they had saved me from dying from stabbery and guided my friends safely through the wilderness.

It’s just all those ‘my dear Sam’ and ‘I love him’ that he and Sam do, even though they’re a product of extreme circumstances, aren’t even out of line with the culture they live in. They’re still just as meaningful, and I don’t think their power is decreased by that. I just think it’s notable that this isn’t even beyond the bounds of “propriety” for really close friends in high stress situations.

This isn’t where I meant this post to go, but I think this is why this story resonated with me so hard specifically as an aro and why I still don’t ship anything romantically in the Tolkienverse, because the world of Middle Earth is one where loving your close platonic friends and companions to the point of being physically and verbally affectionate is a normal occurrence. It’s just how things are. There’s a lot to be said about the cultural implications of that vs here and now, but I’m not really in a position to say it. But I think even before I knew How I Was, I knew that friends were much more important to me than romance seemed to be. And I feel, with the preponderance of love interests in most adult fiction, like Lord of the Rings was the first Grown Up Story where I saw that aspect of myself reflected.

Kris Father Headcanons
  1. He will always be there, always
  2. No one, but seriously no one, touches his little girl
  3. Can look pretty scary but even his kids know he is a dork xD
  4. “We are having Chicken today! Not again?! But chicken is style!”
  5. Dedicates songs to his kids
  6. Reads fairy tales to them every night
  7. Talks to them in all the languages he knows so they learn too
  8. Galaxy themed parties
  9. Basketball matches with the other members’ kids
  10. “How can I become a better father? I want to be better for them”
  11. Seriously, no boy comes near his little princess
  12. Oh but that girl his son likes… definitely will give him some tips xD
  13. Giant Bear Hugs
  14. “Your teacher called… do you want to tell me your side of the story?”
  15. very very understanding father
  16. Will teach them how to drive, how to drink… 
  17. “The Talk” would be the most uncomfortable thing ever, like… really really uncomfortable
  18. “What are you talking about? You’re an adult now? No… for me you are still ten”
  19. He would get lost in his thoughts about how much his kids have grown and how proud he is
  20. He would write letters for his children, letters that will say important things and lessons about life, just in case he can’t be there.

Xo, Ara~

anonymous asked:

what are your thoughts on issis?

What are my thoughts on ISIS? Gather round, kids. 

Daesh, as we call them in Arabic, are a Salafi terrorist group - Salafi as in they believe in inciting war and murder in a bid to establish ‘true’ Sunni Islam. 

As a Shia  - they probably hate me way more than they hate white christians. They believe Shi’ite Muslims are worse than infidels, they believe we are scum, and they’re happy to commit genocide against us. They have killed, abducted or displaced thousands of Shia Muslims since their conception in 2014 - one example of this is the Camp Speicher massacre, where nearly 1,600 unarmed Shia cadets were slaughtered. When they would invade cities such as Mosul, they would separate the Sunni prisoners from the Shias, and they’d take the Shias and execute them on the spot. They’ve destroyed at least 10 of our holy shrines and hussainiyas, often killing Shia worshippers in their wake. 

As a Shia, I fucking hate the cunts. 

As a general Muslim - they’ve defamed the name of my religion. They’ve made us out to seem like a bunch of barbaric, psychotic sadists from the Dark Ages with no regard for human life and liberty, and made us strangers in the countries that we call home. Islamophobic hate crimes are going through the roof, profiling is through the roof, and of course there’s that time we were banned from entering the US. ‘Muslim’ is synonymous with ‘terrorist,’ and not that this wasn’t the case before, but now it’s a hell of a lot more prominent, and fucking hell, you can’t even begin to fathom how that makes us feel, how that impacts our daily lives. 

As a Muslim, I fucking hate the cunts. 

As an Iraqi Arab - they’ve almost done a better job fucking up my country than Bush did. Aside from the civilians they’ve killed - 27,000 at the BARE MINIMUM since 2014, and that’s just in Iraq, and not counting the people who’ve died to to secondary effects like displacement, lack of healthcare and basic resources - they have destroyed homes, hospitals, shrines, historical and cultural landmarks, artefacts like those at the Mosul museum which are over 5,000 years old, and the ancient city of Palmyra in Syria…I could go on, but for the sake of brevity I’ll stop there. 

They’ve destabilised the Middle East even more than it already was thanks to interventionist foreign policy and war. They’ve destroyed our history and cultural identity. They have murdered thousands and caused the suffering of hundreds of thousands. The future of the countries affected - especially Syria and Iraq - is even more uncertain. I mean, you can imagine how much people prioritise things like education and sustainable economic development at a time when terrorists are knocking down their backdoors. 

As an Iraqi Arab, I fucking hate the cunts. 

As a woman - the most famous example are the Yazidis, a minority ethnic group in Northern Iraq. The men were slaughtered and the women - about 7,000 by the UN’s estimate - were sold into sexual slavery. These pieces of shit would rape girls as young as nine, and pregnant women would undergo forced abortions, and many others would become forced brides. 

And in the places where ISIS has taken over, women’s rights - as you can imagine - are virtually non-existent. You can’t go out unless you’re with a man and you’re wearing a veil, otherwise you either get fined, or you’re subjected to a whipping - yes, a literal whipping. Women have been punished for having holes in their socks and for lifting up the flap of their veils to take a bite of food. 

As a woman, I fucking hate the cunts. 

As a human - they’ve claimed lives everywhere. In the Middle East, in the UK, in America, in France, in Germany, in the Philippines…they know no borders, no morals. They’ve groomed hundreds if not thousands of vulnerable young people, both outside of the Middle East and in it, to joining their bullshit fucking crusade. They’re one of the biggest reasons, IMO, why the Neo-Nazi movement is now a thing again. They’ve given ‘them’, being white Westerners, a reason to hate ‘us’, the Muslim sand-nigger rag-heads. They’re dividing our communities, infiltrating our lives, killing our innocent.

As a human, I fucking hate the cunts. 

I hate them more than the average Westerner. With people like me, ethnic minority Muslims born and raised in Western countries, their effects are personal. Every time an attack like Manchester happens, it’s like a stab to the gut to me. Every time there’s a bombing or a massacre back home, for us diasporas, it’s like an even bigger stab to the gut. I know people personally who have died because of ISIS, or who’ve been forced to flee their homes. 

Fuck ISIS, or DAESH, or whatever you want to call them. I fucking despise them, and I despise the socio-political events that led to their birth. But that’s a whole different story. 

fanboyswhereare-you  asked:

What if J had a set of triplets?

OH MY GOD  of all girls? I can see the three of them teaming up to try to out smart him and him always trying to be so strict but getting taken advantage of sometimes. However I also see him really forming special relationships with each and being able to balance it so no one ever feels like they’re coming second. Also him thinking to himself like “well 1 out of 3 has to be in music i bet”. Probably a lot of days where he feels overwhelmed and calls in Shannon or his mom for help .But I don’t think he’d lose what I think would be a strong characteristic if he was a father, which is him always wanting to fix the problem and making sure him and his kid are the closest. Like as overwhelmed as he may feel with triplets, he’d still have that incredible sense of loyalty and responsibility 

anonymous asked:

do you have any todomomo fic recommendations? ^_^ also, what are your thoughts on the first jump festa special episode? :D

Hey! I have so many recommendations!!


Electrodragonfly’s “The Effect of Special Relativity on Sublimation” 

-Todomomo + arranged marriage + excellent writing= I’m ded

Drosolmire’s “Thousand”

-omg the writing is beautiful and I can’t get over the ending!!!! I read this 10x

Drosolmire’s Collection called “Accidental Activation”

-BNHA kids accidentally activating their quirks when they’re in love hence the name.

Ugh in fact just read all of Drosolmire’s bnha fics on AO3, I swear I am a huge fan of his/her stories. They’re not too long and not too short. Its perfection.

Orphan_account’s “Picking up the pieces”

-todomomo fluff + timer on their wrists -read this 100x 

Orphan_account’s “Fool’s Gold”

-todomomo fluff + greek myth (not AU) -probably read this 10000x


CP_Dreams’ “Slipping Beauty”

Kaminari slips on snow and got a concussion and Jirou helps him. He then hunts for her to give her his gratitude. Funny as hell; lots of bakugou which is great (I know you asked for todomomo fic recs but I was like ok just gotta mention 1 kamijirou)

Also, I thought the jump festa was a cute OVA. Too obv that enemy dude was All Might but I ain’t complaining HAHA YAOMOMO LECTURING TODO+BAKU IS THE BEST??? LIKE …I headcanon that off-panel this happens more than once and not just to todo and baku. When baku/kiri or baku/deku pair yells at each other, she steps in. Jirou and Kaminari having their usual couple bicker, she steps in. She’s basically the big sis of Class A and Kendou is big sis of Class B. Tsuyu and Deku blushing wasn’t something thought I needed but gosh it was a great addition. Iida needs to join drama class. Perhaps he can start the UA drama department.

Peaaaceeee, thanks for the ask!

anonymous asked:

Captain here! Ant*s are thinking that because Rey and Luke are sharing the same cover it means that ReyS is confirmed. Based on their logic Phasma and Hux are with their kid, Kylo LOL. flies away.

Hi Captain!! Wow, what a reach… if it was separated by family, Leia would be with Luke and Rey, along with Kylo.

Thanks for letting me know! I was legitimately confused seeing this, like… ‘what’d I miss??????’

Library EVP Part 1
  • Klarion: I can hear you fine without the EVP machine, but these folks can't. They'll be speaking to you.
  • EVP: Skinny
  • Klarion: It's talking to you, Jonathan.
  • Jonathan: Why the hell did you tear my lip?
  • EVP: Ugly
  • Jonathan: Son of a bitch piece of [explicit]
  • Edward: Nobody calls my friend ugly!
  • Jonathan: [explicit]
  • EVP: Stop
  • Harley: Jon, I know you're mad but maybe you shouldn't say such... vulgar things in front of a kid!
  • EVP: Bitch
  • Harley: WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME YOU, LITTLE [explicit]
  • Klarion: There is something wrong with these people.

anonymous asked:

here's a thing to make you laugh: one time in my math class there was this very annoying but very funny boy named Cody. Now, I go to a kinda shit school, so the kids like to irritate the teaches as much as humanly possible. One day, Cody came to class. entirely. wrapped. in. bubble wrap. i don't even know. the teacher was like "wtf you need to take that off" and Cody was like "no". after much arguing, the teacher decided to call in the principle. the principle came down with the deputy that work



I don’t understand how  people can be allowed to raise a child sometimes, maybe they are nice parents, but I keep hearing parents, or grandparents talk not nice to the child or just say bad words around children. and the children learn them. here is some example I saw:

  • like I was crossing the street and a grandmother with her grandchild were crossing the street too next to me and the grandmother shouted at the car some not-too-nice words
  • or when I saw a mother scolding her child with really harsh and not nice words, cursing around too.
  • or when I was walking by the kindergarten and children were calling an other child as a “looser, looser“ but they did not seem to dislike the child, they probably has learnt the word without the real meaning. (or at least I hope they didn’t know it)

All parents should be careful what they say around the kids. if none of them tells words like that, then they won’t tell their friends at kindergarten or school, but only one parents (accidentally) teaches a bad word to their child, that child will tell it to the friends and all kinda will use bad words.