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how many ppl can deku lift

im bored and decided to do math so here is a quick answer to the above question 

soo first of all, he has given fucking All Might piggyback rides so we know that he can at least life AM so fuck yeah, idk for how long he can do that but he can and thats what matters. AM is 255 kg according to the wiki or 562.179 pounds which HOLY FUCK WOW ok so thats the max kinda (he can probably go over but we have an estimate). Anyways now I’m gonna show all the class 1-A student weights and then find the average 

Aoyoma- he doesn’t have a canon weight but the average weight for him is around 63 kg/138.891 pounds

Mina- i don’t think any characters other than AM have canon weights jesus CHRIST so I’m, again, averaging at about 58 kg/127.868 pounds bc I’m not sure how much her boobs weigh so I’m trying my best

Asui- average is 51 kg/ 112.436 pounds

Iida- hes so fucking tall wow so 70 kg/154.324 pounds

Uraraka- assuming she’s not using her quirk, 56 kg/123.459 pounds

Ojirou- im counting him as an outlier here bc I’m tired and don’t even want to attempt to figure out how much his tail weighs so sorry

Kaminari- average should be 61 kg/134.482 pounds

Kirishima- not in hardened state, around 62 kg/138.891 pounds. I’m not checking for hardened state y'all 

Kouda- damn hes fucking tall?? I’m guessing 80 kg/176.37 pounds bc he looks heavy

Satou- I’m going w 79 kg/174.165 pounds while he’s not super ripped

Shouji- not today satan

Jirou- maybe 50 kg/110.231 pounds bc she looks light

Sero- idk if he should be an outlier bc of his fuckin elbow things but he should weigh 63 kg/138.891 pounds w/out them and i have no idea what a tape dispenser weighs so I’m going with that just try to stop me

Tokoyami- idk how the bird head would effect him but the feathers might even out the beak weight?? sooo 51 kg/112.436 pounds (lmao he’s short)

Todoroki- he’s probably buff too?? ill give him 63 kg/138.891 pounds

Hagakure- around 53 kg/116.845 pounds 

Bakugou- maybe 65 kg/143.3 pounds? literally no one other than AM has a canon weight I’m crying

Midoriya- should i add him if he’s not lifting himself?? I’m going w no bc I’m lazy

Mineta- 1. i hate him and like to pretend he doesn’t exist, 2. he’s too small to not be an outlier

Yaoyorozu- mmmmaybe 69 kg/152.119 pounds?

again, all these weights were based off averages according to each individuals height, and are not canon weights. trust me i just spent like a solid 15 mins coming up with plausible weights for every person and am waiting for death. Anyways, i took out 4 ppl bc i just don’t have the patience or resources to figure that shit out. So now when i add all this shit together we get:

931 kg aka 2052.5 pounds, so he sadly cannot lift the entire class (not yet anyways he might become AM later so that’d be horrifying)

now we divide it by 16 bc Ojirou, Shouji, Midoriya, and Mineta are not included and we get:

58.1875- basically 58. So the class average is 58 kg, or 127.868 pounds. Now we just need to divide 255 kg by 58 and we get:

*drumroll pls i worked on this*

4.some-long-ass-number-I’m-not-typing-out

so yeah Izuku could lift at least 4 ppl (w a few exceptions), though idk his max so maybe 5 if he tried :D thank you for coming to my ted talk

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A size comparison between a coyote (Canis latrans) and a gray wolf (Canis lupus).  Both skulls cleaned and prepared by me.

Coyotes average 15-46 lbs (6.8-20.9 kg), whereas wolves average 79-99 lbs (36-43 kg).  Coyotes stand on average 23-26 in (58-66 cm) tall, whereas wolves stand on average 32-34 in (80-85 cm).

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★ ·.·´¯`·.·★ [ Luke Evans ] ★·.·´¯`·.·★

✴ Weight: 79 kg or 174 pounds
✴ Height: 6 ft or 183cm
✴ Hair Colour: Black
✴ Eye Colour: Light brown
✴ Birth Place: Aberbargoed, Wales, UK
✴ Date Of Birth: April 15, 1979
✴ Occupation: Actor
✴ Notable Works: Clash of the Titans, as Immortals, The Raven, The Three Musketeers, Fast and Furious 6, The Hobbit trilogy, Dracula Untold, Beauty and the Beast.

amikor ráálltam a mérlegre reggel és 65kg-t mutatott nem akartam hinni a szememnek. 17 éves korom óta nem voltam ennyi. az majdnem 7 év. egyébkén 2 éve indultam. 79 kg-ról. mióta tornázok és jobban odafigyelek magamra rendesen érzem, hogy nőttem a saját szememben, erősebbnek érzem magam és jobban is szeretem magam. és nem is álmodtam erről, hogy valaha újra ilyen számokat látok a mérlegen, és ne 7-essel kezdődjön. aztán kiderült, hogy van elég akaraterőm. elég durva. :)


(akit esetleg… 172 cm-hez kell ezt elképzelni)

anonymous asked:

Wyglądam źle. 164cm wzrostu, 79 kg wagi, lat 14. Jak źle jest ? Próbowałam głodówek, diet.. Ale no.. Co mam robić ? Wiem, świnia ze mnie

glodowki to zło i nie dziwie się ze ci nie pomogły. owszem masz nadwagę ale nie ma rzeczy niemożliwych! ogranicz słodycze, tluste jedzenie i węglowodany proste, zacznij się ruszać (np codziennie długi spacer albo godzinka rowerem i do tego raz/dwa razy w tygodniu trening albo basen). oblicz swoje zapotrzebowanie kaloryczne i odejmij od niego na początek 200 kcal a potem co tydzień schodz o 50 (nie przekrocz deficytu 500 kcal). bądź cierpliwa i nie oczekuj cudów bo najprawdopodobniej będziesz chudnąc 2-3 kg na miesiac ale jesli to nie pomoże to wybierz się do dietetyka

anonymous asked:

TELL US ABOUT THE BABIES OF YOUR DR BABIES

Thank you for the interest! I’ve gotten a few other requests about them (that makes me really happy), so here y’all go! I have some others I’ve toyed with, but these are the only six I’ve actually finalized, haha. The other four are under the cut.

Done in Dangan Ronpa’s student portfolio style (minus the art) because that’s really convenient. If you want more headcanons or art of them feel free to ask no really ask


Kirigiri Akira

- Brown hair, lavender eyes, ahoge

- Height: 166 cm (5′5″)

- Weight: 62 kg (136 lbs)

- Chest: 79 cm

- Birthday: November 15 (Scorpio)

- Talent: Ultimate Detective

- Blood Type: A

- Likes: Flowers

- Dislikes: Speeches

- Personality overview: Genuinely friendly and patient, but also cynical. Has an inferiority complex thanks to his parents’ positions and fame. On rocky terms with both parents, but he loves his aunt, and if he were to pick he’d say he’s closer to his dad than his mom.

- Additional notes: Makoto totally took Kyoko’s surname when they got married.


Nanami Shiori

- Dark hair, pink eyes, ahoge

- Height: 170 cm (5′6″)

- Weight: 54 kg (120 lbs)

- Chest: 88 cm

- Birthday: August 26 (Virgo)

- Talent: Ultimate Analyst

- Blood Type: A

- Likes: People-watching

- Dislikes: Free time

- Personality overview: Quiet, sarcastic, and aloof, but fiercely warm and loyal to those she considers friends. Gets bored easily. Is secretly afraid of turning out as another Enoshima, so she tries to keep herself too busy to think. Adores both her parents equally.

- Additional notes: Her hair is only vaguely described as “dark” because I have no idea whether Hajizuru’s hair magically went back to being brown or if he just dyed it. Same reason she got Chiaki’s surname, since he uses both his names.

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The Bunny Man is an urban legend that probably originated from two incidents in Fairfax County, Virginia, in 1970, but has been spread throughout the Washington D.C. area. There are many variations to the legend, but most involve a man wearing a rabbit costume (“bunny suit”) who attacks people with an axe. Many variations occur around Colchester Overpass, a Southern Railway overpass spanning Colchester Road near Clifton. Colchester Overpass is commonly referred to as “Bunny Man Bridge”. Story variations include the origin of the Bunny Man, names, motives, weapons, victims, description of the bunny suit or lack thereof, and the possible death of the Bunny Man. In some accounts the Bunny Man’s ghost or aging spectre is said to come out of his place of death each year on Halloween to commemorate his death. In some accounts, victims’ bodies are mutilated.

Fairfax County Public Library Historian-Archivist Brian A. Conley conducted extensive research on the Bunny Man legend. He has located two incidents of a man in a rabbit costume threatening people with an axe. The vandalism reports occurred a week apart in 1970 in Burke, Virginia.

The first incident was reported the evening of October 19, 1970 by U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Bob Bennett and his fiancée who were visiting relatives on Guinea Road in Burke. Around midnight, while returning from a football game, they parked their car in a field on Guinea Road to talk. As they sat in the front seat with the car running, they noticed something moving outside the rear window. Moments later the front passenger window was smashed and there was a white-clad figure standing near the broken window. Bennett turned the car around while the man screamed at them about trespassing, including “You’re on private property and I have your tag number.” As they drove down the road they discovered a hatchet on the car floor.

When the police asked for a description of the man, Bob insisted he was wearing a white suit with long bunny ears, but his fiancee remembered something white and pointed like a Ku Klux Klan hood. They both remembered seeing his face clearly, but in the darkness they could not determine his race. The police returned the hatchet to Bennett after examination. Bennett was required to report the incident upon his return to the Air Force Academy. It was later confirmed in Fairfax Police records that the man was wearing a bunny suit with ears, not Ku Klux Klan robes.

The second reported sighting occurred on the evening of October 29, 1970, when construction security guard Paul Phillips approached a man standing on the porch of an unfinished home in Kings Park West on Guinea Road. Phillips said the man was wearing a gray, black, and white bunny suit and was about 20 years old, 5 feet 8 inches (1.73 m) tall, and weighed about 175 pounds (79 kg). The man began chopping at a porch post with a long-handled axe, saying “All you people trespass around here. If you don’t get out of here, I’m going to bust you on the head.”

The Fairfax County Police opened investigations into both incidents, but both were eventually closed for lack of evidence. In the weeks following the incidents, more than 50 people contacted the police claiming to have seen the “bunny man.” Several newspapers reported the incident of the “Bunny Man” eating a man’s run-away cat, including the following articles in The Washington Post:
“Man in Bunny Suit Sought in Fairfax” (October 22, 1970)
“The ‘Rabbit’ Reappears” (October 31, 1970)
“Bunny Man Seen” (November 4, 1970)
“Bunny Reports Are Multiplying” (November 6, 1970)

In 1973, University of Maryland student Patricia Johnson submitted a research paper that chronicled precisely 54 variations on those two events.

The legend has circulated for years in several forms. A version naming a suspect and specific location was posted to a web site in the late 1990s by a “Timothy C. Forbes”. This version states that in 1904, an asylum prison in Clifton, Virginia was shut down by successful petition of the growing population of residents in Fairfax County. During the transfer of inmates to a new facility, the transport carrying the inmates crashes; some prisoners escaped or were found dead. A search party finds all but one of them.

During this time, locals allegedly began to find hundreds of cleanly skinned, half-eaten carcasses of rabbits hanging from the trees in the surrounding areas. Another search of the area was ordered and the police located the remains of Marcus Wallster, left in a similar fashion to the rabbit carcasses hanging in a nearby tree or under a bridge overpass—known locally as the “Bunny Man Bridge"—along the railroad tracks at Colchester Road. Officials name the last missing inmate, Douglas J. Grifon, as their suspect and call him "the bunny man”.

In this version, officials finally manage to locate Grifon but, during their attempt to apprehend him at the overpass, he nearly escapes before being hit by an oncoming train where the original transport crashed. They say after the train passed the police said that they heard laughter coming from the site. It is eventually revealed that Grifon was institutionalized for killing his family and children on Easter Sunday.

For years after the “Bunny Man’s” death, in the time approaching Halloween carcasses are said to be found hanging from the overpass and surrounding areas. A figure is reportedly seen by passersby making their way through the one lane bridge tunnel.

Conley says this version is demonstrably false. Among other inconsistencies, Conley notes that “there has never been an asylum for the insane in Fairfax County”, that “Lorton Prison didn’t come into existence until 1910, and even then it was an arm of the District of Columbia Corrections system, not Virginia’s.” Court records also show neither a Grifon nor a Wallster.

Cryptozoologist Loren Coleman, via his blog Cryptomundo and in the book Weird Virginia, which has a section on the Bunny man, sees a direct association between the legend of Bunny man and that of the Goatman of nearby Maryland.

Because of its association with the legend, Colchester Overpass is a popular destination for paranormal enthusiasts and curiosity seekers. Colchester Overpass was built in about 1906 near the site of Sangster’s Station, a Civil War era railroad station on what was once the Orange and Alexandria Railroad. Understandably, interest increases around Halloween and starting in the year 2003, local authorities began controlling access to the area during that time. During Halloween 2011 over 200 people, some from as far away as the Pennsylvania/Maryland state line, were turned away during a 14 hour traffic checkpoint into the area. Non-local visitors could be unaware that Colchester Overpass is an active intersection of trains and traffic. The railroad tracks overhead are used by Norfolk Southern Railway, Virginia Railway Express (VRE-Manassas Line) and Amtrak trains. VRE-Manassas Line and Amtrak traffic alone accounts for ninety trains using the overpass each week. In the vicinity of Colchester Overpass, Colchester Road is narrow and windy with limited visibility. In Fairfax County, Virginia, it is illegal to trespass on posted railroad tracks or to loiter in a public roadway.

The Bunny Man is an urban legend that originates from two incidents that occured in Fairfax County, Virginia, in 1970. Most variations of the urban legend occur near Colchester Overpass, a railway overpass that passes over Colchester Road near the town of Clifton. This bridge is commonly referred to as “Bunny Man Bridge”.

The first incident was reported the evening of October 19, 1970 by U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Bob Bennett and his fiancée. Around midnight, while returning from a football game, they reportedly parked their car in a field on Guinea Road to “talk”. As they sat in the front seat with the motor running, they noticed something moving outside the rear window. Moments later the front passenger window was smashed, and there was a white-clad figure standing near the broken window. Bennett turned the car around while the man screamed at them about trespassing, including: “You’re on private property and I have your tag number.” As they drove down the road, the couple discovered a hatchet on the car floor.

When the police requested a description of the man, Bob insisted he was wearing a white suit with long bunny ears, but his fiancee remembered something white and pointed like a Ku Klux Klan hood. They both remembered seeing his face clearly, but in the darkness they could not determine his race. The police returned the hatchet to Bennett after examination. Bennett was required to report the incident upon his return to the Air Force Academy.

The second reported sighting occurred on the evening of October 29, 1970, when construction security guard Paul Phillips approached a man standing on the porch of an unfinished home, in Kings Park West on Guinea Road. Phillips said the man was wearing a gray, black, and white bunny costume, and was about 20 years old, 5 feet 8 inches (1.73 m) tall, and weighed about 175 pounds (79 kg). The man began chopping at a porch post with a long-handled axe, saying: “All you people trespass around here. If you don’t get out of here, I’m going to bust you on the head.”

This is how the Bunny Man legend started, but it is unknown whether all subsequent sightings of the man are of the same person, copycats, or whether this man is in fact, as some tellings of the story suggest, a supernatural creature.


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(provisional refrence)

Full Name:  Chesire

Height: 1,87 cm

Weight: 79 kg

Age:  ???

 Gender:  Male

Caracter calm and reserved, though not always prevent a smile to calm show that this near you
but the face is somewhat hidden in fighting Proud to be reached sarcasm

He met Sunshine being the pokemon .. since he found when he woke tube determining protect it, but since so many possibilities … I did not have one of the nights jirachi found while searching for the Drifblim, told him it happened while he nursed jirachi for several days, the desire and determination was greater above all else that Jirachi granted his wish turning it into human

She’s feeds on people’s nightmares

Ability: Prankster

Moveset:

Psychic

Thunderwave

Barrier

Light screen

anonymous asked:

Is Arima's chest really that thicc or is he wearing some sort of chest plate or shield underneath his suit?

I discussed Arima’s battle suit earlier [x] and in that discussion, I assumed his suit is made up of layers, of which one is what seems to be a chest plate [picture attached in the battle suit meta]. This analysis was early, but it was reconfirmed in chapter 76.

I am not sure if he is wearing something underneath this plate that we already saw, but I do think he is THAT thick, for the following reasons:

  • We have seen that Arima is thicker than other characters in the show. Some people may assume he is fat, but that is just muscle. 
  • Arima is 180 cm tall, just like Tsukiyama Shuu, and Yomo Renji. Their weights are the following: 82 Kg (Arima), 71 Kg (Shuu - early on in the series), and 79 Kg (Renji). By analogy, since we know Renji is really thick, Arima must be. They have similar body types anyway.
  • If you compute the BMI for both Arima and Amon (191 cm and 94 Kg), you get very close numbers. It is true they have different body types, but since both seem to pay attention to their fitness, this suggests that Arima is as thick as Amon. They, however, are definitely not as thick as Banjou and Mougan.
  • 180 cm and 82 Kg are common among men in real life. One of my fitness idols is Shaun T. Shaun is also 180 cm tall and around 80 Kg thick. He definitely has a thick chest.
  • Arima’s recent quinques: Narukami, Ixa, and Owl, are all designed to be wielded by one hand. Occasionally, Arima uses both hands to give his attacks more brute force and precision. In any case, since he heavily relies on such equipment, not only do his arm and back muscles need to be strong and bulky, but also his chest’s.
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Yesterday was awesome. I hit my 1 RM (138 lbs/63 kg) for a paused snatch. I’ve only snatched this weight once before. After this, I proceeded to do a paused clean and jerk at 98% (173 lbs/79 kg). Feeling strong thanks to @eternalathlete 😎⚡️

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From a 18/22 dress size to a 14-16 size.

167cm (5 feet 5.75 inches)

Start Weight: 100kg

Current Weight: 79 kg

I am feeling so good! I am fitter, healthier and, or course, slimmer.

I have lost 21 kgs.

I’ve gone from wearing clothes size 18-22 to wearing 14-16.

I eat so much healthier now. I eat fruit (something I hardly ever did before), lots of veg, my portions are smaller, I drink heaps of water, I workout for at least 30 minutes 5 times a week; all the things you’re meant to do to be healthy.

I am really proud of the changes I have made in my life.