1: What’s the most annoying thing about your best friend/s? 2: Least favorite TV shows? 3: Favorite moment with your best friend/s? 4: What’s one quality you would like to have? 5: Name three people of your same sex you would: marry,kiss and fuck 6: Do you like your full name? 7: Tell me your most embarrasing memory 8: Favorite color to wear? 9: Favorite restaurant? 10: What would be a good first date for you? 11: Are you a good wrestler? 12: Are you allergic to something? 13: Would you be a good singer? 14: Who’s the last person you told “I love you” to? 15: What car would you buy if you had enough money? 16: Favorite cover of a song? 17: What was your last conversation about? 18: Where were you born? 19: Least favorite app? 20: Tell me two facts about your country of birth 21: Do you like wearing sunglasses? 22: When it’s a good moment for a first kiss? 23: What are your nationalities? 24: What would make you drop college/university? 25: A crossover between two shows (any shows) you would like to see? 26: Long or short hair? 27:A character from a book/TV show/movie that shouldn’t have died? 28: Favorite movie scene? 29:Do you ship more fiction people or more real people? 30: Favorite country song? 31: Favorite John Green book? 32: Least favorite Ed Sheeran song? 33: Favorite ship? 34: How do you deal with sexual tension? 35: Name a celebrity who died that you miss 36: Favorite Harry Potter spell? 37: Something you are scared of losing? 38: Someone you regret meeting? 39: Have you ever been hurt by someone you thought he/she was your friend? 40: Do you easily open up to people? 41: What is a gift you love receiving? 42: What is something you could leave easily? 43: Rant about that’s eating you up 44: If you could make one phone call to anyone right now, who would it be and what would you say? 45:Are you easy to love?
I think it would be really good if Tony died in Avengers 4. It would give a good contrast/callback to his worst fear in AOU, it would allow for Peter to take over as 'the people's hero' archetype with Spiderman, give motivation for future films, and honestly, it would Let Tony Rest.
lol tony stank deserves to DIE I hope they KILL OFF tony soon
anyway like I said I hope tony stark lives forever and outlasts all the other avengers and then imports himself into a computer so he can never die and becomes an Omnipotent God™
lesson provides a basic overview of the knowledge a beginner will need to
successfully grow plants. It is not intended to be a class on green witchcraft
specifically, though there may be elements of witchcraft incorporated.
system: portion of plant above ground
system: portion of plant below ground
reproductive organs of a plant, consists of modified leaves
Bud: site of
where leaf diverges from stem
photosynthetic organ, consists of blade and petiole
plant and provides water and nutrients from soil
Plants require sunlight for
photosynthesis. The amount required per plant is variable, but most prefer
medium or indirect light. In the Northern Hemisphere, a southern or southwest
window provides the most light, followed by east windows or bright spots in
sunny rooms, followed by a north window (not preferred).
Plants also require water. Again,
this varies widely, but the most common watering frequency is 1-2 times per
week. I personally prefer the finger test, which is simply sticking your finger
about 1” into the soil and checking for dryness. If the soil is totally dry,
water the plant thoroughly. Thorough watering should allow water to drip from
the bottom of the plant, in order to ensure sufficient saturation. In addition,
many plants will benefit from a humid environment.
There are many different types of
soil, but a few are more common than others. Potting soil, topsoil, garden
soil, succulent/cactus soil, seed starter mix, compost, and orchid soil are the
most common. Potting soil is soil that has been mixed to provide the best
environment for potted plants. Garden soil is usually topsoil with compost or
manure added, and should NOT be used in pots, as it is very dense. Topsoil is
simply the first layer of soil. Succulent/cactus soil has sand added, seed
starter mix is used to grow seedlings, compost is almost entirely decaying
organic matter, and orchid soil is formulated with bark and moss to ensure
healthy orchid growth.
Proper spacing of plants is most
important in outdoor gardens, to ensure room to grow and proper air
circulation. With potted plants, the container itself is most important. A
container should be large enough for the plant, with room to grow, and have at
least one drainage hole in the bottom. Clay readily absorbs water, and is
preferred for many plants to prevent them from sitting in water. Plastic and
metal are also very common, as is glass jars and bottles. I frequently
re-purpose containers as plant pots (and it gives me an excuse to have ice
In order to prevent mold and other fungi, proper air
circulation is necessary. It will also help strengthen a young plant. Keep in
mind, strong winds can harm plants.
Plants enjoy warmth. Many will be fine at room temperature,
but some prefer more or less – research accordingly. Warmth is most important
for seeds and seedlings, because they use the heat to tell when it’s time to
germinate. I typically wrap my seedling in a heating pad to encourage
When planting seeds, not only should you read the seed packet
for information, but do your own research! Google is your new best friend, if
it wasn’t already. Seeds vary in preferred depth, soil type, soil density,
spacing, warmth, and water, so keep this in mind. Knowing where the plant is
from and the general climate there can be very helpful! For example, rosemary
is Mediterranean, so it likes lots of sun, somewhat sandy soils, warm
temperature, and little water. You don’t have to go memorize average daily
rainfall in that region, but it helps to have a general idea.
Maintenance is fairly simple. Outside of the basic needs of a
plant, there are a few more to look for. As a plant grows, the root system will
grow too. A plant can become “root bound” if it outgrows a pot, which can be
very unhealthy, though some plants are more tolerant than others.
To repot, gently lift the plant up by pinching the base and
wiggling the plant carefully to help the roots loosen from the soil. You can
use your fingers to work the dirt clumps out of the roots, if necessary. If the
plant is really stuck, press your
hand flat against the soil, with the stem of the plant between your thumb and
first finger. Flip the pot upside down (expect a small rain of loose earth) and
give the bottom of the pot a sharp smack. Be ready for the weight of the plant
to suddenly shift when it comes out! Then you can proceed to loosen the roots
and repot. After you’ve gotten the plant itself out, replant it in a larger pot
and bury to cover the roots. Most plants won’t mind having part of their stem
buried as well, but some get fussy, so keep that in mind.
The other main maintenance that should be done is pruning.
Pruning encourages the axillary buds to grow, creating a new branch where the
leaf was cut. Many plants require pruning to be fully healthy. For non-woody
plants, simply use a sharp knife, scissors, or your nails (wash your hands!) to
cut the leaf away as close to the stem as possible. Wait a bit, and you will
likely see a new branch! You can also cut the stem above a node to encourage
growth. Depending on the growth pattern, you may get one, two, or even more new
branches. In addition, some plants benefit from flower pruning (to encourage
growth rather than fruiting) or deadheading (removing dead flower heads to
encourage new ones). For example, it is recommended that the flowers
immediately be plucked from strawberries in their first year, to encourage them
to grow “daughter” plants and result in a larger crop next year.
Propagating is the means of producing new plants. There are
various methods, but seeds, cuttings, and offshoots are the most common.
Seeds are easy, but require time or money. It takes time for
a mature plant to produce seed, plus they need to be pollinated either by hand
or by bees or other pollinators, so this may not be ideal.
Cuttings are popular as an “instant gratification” method (my
favorite!). Simply take a cutting of a plant by slicing above the node of the
stem. The chosen cutting should have several sets of leaves for best results,
and it should be a segment of new growth (especially important in woody plants)
with no flowers. Pinch or cut off all but a few pairs of leaves near the top,
leaving 2-3 bare nodes. Place in water or soil. For water, replace every few
days to replenish dissolved oxygen. For soil, keep moist, but not wet. I
personally prefer water because I can easily track development, but some claim
better success with soil. If using soil, sometimes a rooting hormone may be
applied to encourage root growth.
Offshoots are new baby plants that have grown from the root
system, stem, or rhizome of an adult plant. To propagate using them, wait until
they have several sets of leaves, then use the methods described in the segment
about repotting (Maintenance) to expose the roots. With a clean knife,
carefully cut the baby plant away from the parent, making sure that it receives
a portion of the roots. If the plant has a rhizome, cut so that the baby plant
gets a small portion of the rhizome. Repot using previously discussed methods.
If the rhizome is large, you can allow it to heal for a few days by setting it
in a cool, dry place. This can help prevent infection or rot, but is not a
Propagating succulents is quite similar to propagating
cuttings, though some, like aloe, produce offshoots called pups. In the case of
propagating succulents from leaves, only some are fit for this. Use succulents
whose leaves pop off easily. Select a healthy, whole leaf and pop it off, then
let it sit on soil (not in!). Ignore it for a while and eventually it will
produce new roots! For pups, treat them like offshoots (they are a type of
offshoot), but do not water for at least a week after repotting. This
encourages healthy root development.
Diagnosing plants can be tricky. Below are some common
symptoms and potential causes. Be sure to research the plant in question, as
some plants are more susceptible to certain illnesses, pests, or conditions.
YELLOWING LEAVES – too much/not enough light, high
temperature, root bound
YOUNG LEAVES – not enough
light, overfertilization, mineral deficiency
OLD LEAVES – overwatering,
natural aging, root bound, root rot, major element deficiency
DEAD OR YELLOW SPOTS ON LEAVES – fungal, bacterial, or viral
infection, fluoride toxicity, pesticide damage
IRREGULAR – pesticide damage,
cold water damage, thrips, air pollution
MOSAIC PATTERN ON LEAVES – viral infection, high temperature,
pesticide damage, major element deficiency
VERY DARK, LIMP LEAVES – cold/frostbite injuries, crushing,
SMALL LEAVES – low light (in conjunction with spindly stem),
too much/not enough fertilizer, low humidity, root rot
WILTED/DROOPING LEAVES – overwatering,
underwatering (soil pulling away from side of pot), overfertilization, root
rot, stem rot, root bound
ABNORMAL SUBSTANCE ON LEAF
WHITE, POWDERY – powdery
BLACK, PATCHY – sooty mold
STICKY – insect activity,
natural secretion by plant
STEM ROTTED – fungal or bacterial disease
AT SOIL LINE – overwatering
ABOVE SOIL LINE – sunburn
TALL, THIN STEM – not enough light
SLOW GROWTH – not enough light, compacted soil, too much/not
enough fertilization, too much/not enough water, root rot
NO ROOTS – unsuccessful cutting
ROOTS CLOSE TO SURFACE – hot surface, overwatering, compacted
DARK, LIMP ROOTS – overwatering, overfertilization, root rot
basilicum, 6-8 hours full sun, frost sensitive, likes warm conditions, easy
to grow from seed or cuttings, likes moist (not wet!) soil
trifasciata, indestructible, rhizomatous, drought tolerant, neglect
tolerant, medium indirect light (perfect indoor/bathroom plant!), propagate
through offshoots or leaf cuttings
6-8 hours indirect sunlight, sunburn sensitive, frost sensitive, prone to root
rot, needs cactus/succulent soil, picky about water (water when dry to
1.5”-2”/3.5-5 cm), propagate through pups
zebrina, I DIDN’T NAME THIS, 4-6 hours full/indirect sun, likes warm
conditions, overwatering tolerant (avoid watering directly on leaves),
propagates easily through cuttings
officinalis, 6-8 hours full sun, likes warm conditions, frost sensitive, somewhat
drought tolerant, prone to root rot, prone to powdery mildew, difficult to grow
from seed, grows somewhat readily from cuttings
angustifolia, 6-8 hours full/indirect sunlight, prefer warm conditions,
frost sensitive, overwatering sensitive, prefer drier conditions, somewhat
difficult to grow from seed, grows somewhat readily from cuttings
MINTS–Mentha spp.(piperita –peppermint,spicata– spearmint),MUST BE POTTED, WILL TAKE OVER GARDEN, prune regularly, full
sun/partial shade, likes somewhat moist soil, grows extremely rapidly, somewhat
difficult to propagate from seed, propagates easily through cuttings
SAGE–Salvia officinalis, prefers warm conditions, 6-8 hours
full/indirect sun, likes pruning, somewhat drought tolerant, somewhat difficult
to grow from seed, propagates readily from cuttings
A lot of people want to study Japanese but think it’s too hard and that they will never succeed. That is really a myth, though. Here is why Japanese is actually easy.
1. All verbs are regular, there are only 2 exceptions
If you know French, this must sound like a dream to you. In other languages [like French] there seem to be more irregular verbs than regular ones. Not in Japanese, though. There are 3 groups of verbs, the first 2 being regular and very easy to conjugate. The third group consists of only 2 irregular verbs!
2. Easy pronunciation
Japanese doesn’t have any exceptionally hard to pronounce letters. Unlike Arabic, German or Finnish, Japanese should be quite easy to pronounce for English speakers. Also, Japanese isn’t a tonal language like Thai or Chinese.
3. No genders, plural or articles
Anyone who studies a romance language [and many other languages that have that] knows how frustrating it can be when you use the wrong article or verb ending. In Japanese, it doesn’t even exist, so nothing to worry!
4. Grammar is easy!
That’s true. It’s just completely different from English, but that doesn’t make it hard. After a while, it will feel completely normal. The best part about the grammar is that you can build a whole sentence with just one word. For example, if you wanted to ask somebody in English if they did their homework, you’d say ‘did you do your homework?’ Kind of long, isn’t it? In Japanese, you can ask by using only the verb ‘to do, can, be able to’ - like this: ‘done?’ Also, spoken, you can drop many words if you don’t really need them, especially particles! So if you’re not sure what particle to use, chances are you can just easily leave it altogether without the sentence losing its meaning. It’s easy to build sentences that seem to end in ‘…’, but that’s completely normal in Japanese and everyone will understand.
5. Tons of resources
Sadly, there are some languages people don’t really care about or not a lot of people want to study/ are interested in. Japanese is not one of those languages. There are hundreds of books about Kanji alone! And so many courses for every level. Also, it doesn’t matter what you’re interested in - anime, manga, books, movies, game show, video games, dramas, music - it’s all out there and super easy to find, so you definitely will find something you can listen to or read to practice your skills.
6. Kanji/the writing systems are hard?
No. They aren’t. It’s just a huge workload, it takes time and effort, but they are not hard.
At first, having to learn 3 writing systems will seem exhausting. But believe me, later, when you start reading, you will be so glad! You can detect if a text has a lot of foreign words at one glance if it has a lot of Katakana, for example, and you could say a lot more on twitter because of the syllabaries!
So actually, the 3 systems put together makes everything easier to read!
So please, just start studying and go at your own pace, and have fun studying every day ⭐︎
I’ve been asked multiple times to make a post about how to schedule your study time, so here it is! This is a little bit different of a schedule because it’s over mid-semester break (Easter break for most), but it still works.
Step 1: Write down everything you need to do.
Get out a piece of notebook paper or open a new document on your computer and unleash your brain’s to-do list. Write everything down from classes, work, events, and extracurriculars to your work outs, meals, showers, and sleep. Nothing is too small to be written on the list, so if you need to remember to shave your legs, write that down!!
Step 2: Assign each task an estimated amount of time it’ll take to complete.
This part is really crucial for me because it takes my organization a step further to help me achieve my studying and planning goals. It also gives me a reality check – sometimes I’m so ambitious I try to bite off more than I can chew. If I know from the beginning that I most likely won’t achieve everything I need to do, I won’t be as disappointed come the end of my planning and studying. It also tells me I probably need to pick it up during the week and stop procrastinating…
Step 3: Open up Excel, create a table on another computer program, or grab a piece of paper.
Next we’ll make the calendar with a readout of our obligations. I generally use Excel or a piece of paper, but I find that excel works best because I can edit future events easier if I didn’t quite complete a task I planned for.
Have the first column for times, then a column following for each day you want to plan. It helps to have the time column skinnier with the days’ columns wider so text can fit in easily. I leave two rows per hour (therefore one line is equal to one half hour) so I can plan for events or tasks that won’t be taking up whole hours.
Step 4: Designate a color for each of your scheduled categories.
These colors are the same as in my planner:
Purple: Anatomy & Physiology
Blue: Beverage Management
Black: Personal (showers, meals, sleep, relaxation, etc.)
I enter in all of my class, work, event, and extracurricular times first – things I can’t miss. These are important to put into your schedule first because you can easily schedule studying around them.
Step 5: Once all of your obligations are plugged into your schedule, it’s time to fill in your studying.
This is where the required times for your tasks help a great deal! It’s easy to spot an hour block here or there and plug in a 45 minute or hour task… something that may be a little hard for some when they’re just going through their day and have a block. I know whenever I get an hour block I try to nap or rest as much as possible, but this frequently puts me behind. :(
Also, it may help you to pull out your planner and see what exams, quizzes, or assignments are coming up soon. You should rank these at a higher priority and complete these sooner rather than later to ensure you complete them.
I also group lesser tasks; for example, on Thursday night at 11:00 PM I grouped two homework assignments because they really shouldn’t take that long and they’re on the computer at the same time, etc. It’s just easier for me to get them done at the same time. Just like if you need to go to a few different stores, try to go to them all in one trip. It’ll save you time, money, and gas!
Step 6: As you’re adding tasks to your schedule, make sure you’re crossing them off your list you made. You don’t want to miss anything or add something twice!
This is pretty self-explanatory but also important! Make sure you’re adding everything and not missing anything.
Step 7: Make sure to schedule enough sleep during your night as well as time to eat/relax.
This is the most important step of them all! Without recharging your smart little brain and body, how are you going to have the fuel to move on? Also, try snacking on fruits and veggies and drinking water when you’re studying. I’m one to love candy when I’m studying and it’s hard to say “no” to my precious chocolate and skittles, but I know they’ll just bring my metabolism and energy down. Drinking a lot of water helps too because that means more bathroom breaks – which means more study breaks! ;)
I hope you found this post helpful. If you’d like to see other posts about my studying tips and tricks, please share this post and leave me a message about what I can improve or what you’d like some advice on. Happy studying! – grxeek
It’s half past one and literally now all I can think about is how Ultra SuMo is an “alternate plot” and I’ll be completely disappointed if the point of divergence in the timeline doesn’t go all the way back to the International Police’s previous UB mission ten years prior and make it so that Looker ACTUALLY FOLLOWED THOUGH WITH HIS PART OF THE MISSION AND NO ONE DIED
We finished our session of d&d about an hour ago, and then I gave a ride home to our dm. And we were talking about a lot of things, including the premise of Dungeons and Dragons. He explained that d&d is a world exploration game with a story line, and that the dm is in charge of running that story and taking into account the choices our characters make.
I mentioned that, as a child, I had a choose your own adventure book. It was about a group of kids who find this alien creature thing in a pond. When I first read it, I went through it like you’re supposed to. Then I went back to the last choice I made and changed it, to see what ending I’d get instead. After that, I started from the beginning and looked into every choice I could make to see what affect it had on the story. I thought it fascinating the way one path of choices gives you one ending, but I different path can give you the same ending, but with different events in the middle. I learned how every decision you make adds to the story, and I was never disappointed with the end result.
Now there’s this game called Untill Dawn. I know Markiplier and jacksepticeye played it. It’s based around the butterfly effect, the idea that every decision influences the way the story goes. But as I watched mark play it, I realized that this wasn't true. The decisions you make don’t change the story, just who dies. Say your character is running through the forest. You see two paths, the left one an overgrown shortcut, the right a clear path that takes much longer. Say you choose the right path. Nothing happens and the story continues as planned. But if you take the left, a bear jumps out and eats you. The story still continues, but with a different character. So the choice to go left didn’t drastically change the story, in fact it barely did at all. And maybe youll get an alternate ending, but not because of your decisions.
See there’s this thing with cons that I’ve learned from tv and books. To run a truly successful con, you let the target think they are in control. You let them think that any idea they have is theirs, though you planned it out. With my cyoa book, every choice I made freely. I knew somewhat of the affect it would have. So when I got to the end, I was happy with the ending because everything I did led up to it. I had that control. But now games like Untill Dawn, Mass Effect, and probably any Telltale games have limited endings. So what you choose really doesn’t affect much.
I have a great respect for DMs. They create a beautiful fantasy world that you want to explore every inch of. But there is still a story you should follow. Yes I could easily wreck the game and do whatever I wanted. One of our campaigns is in the underdark, but I could easily leave to explore the surface. But then I would never experience the story. So I try and follow it along, because I know it will show me even more about this strange new place. But DMs can never plan for everything. They have this one path that they try to keep us on. So they have to give us this illusion that we are in control of what we do. DMs give us choices of how we want to do things, and I think it’s fucking incredible. They have to plan for what they want us to do, and find ways to hint, and yet still be able to completely improvise on the spot.
It just reminds me of this moment from Critical Role. Matt Mercer is DMing his party on a quest. The party stops at a village and decide to go into the local temple. Matt whips out a map he’d drawn up beforehand. One of the players commented “You drew the temple because you knew that’s where we’d go?” And Matt replied:
Phil thinks he is being sneaky when he starts kissing your neck.
“Philip Lester. What are you doing?” “Just given you a little love.”
Wondering hands. Always running up and down your thighs.
He always makes an adorable little squeak when your hands find the hair at the nape of his neck giving a little pull.
Phil always whispering little nothings in your ear before pulling you by the wrist to his room.
Being impatient when it comes to try and get your shirt and bra off.
Kisses all along your collarbones and the top of your chest.
So many kisses everywhere. It can be a bit overwhelming to the senses when its like he is praising every inch of you.
He becomes unable to find any of his words when you’re giving him head.
His hands are in your hair making sure to keep any rogue hair out of your face.
“What a beautiful woman.”
Phil making you stop because he doesn’t want to cum yet. Especially when he hasn't had the opportunity to give you any pleasure.
When the two of you finally get comfortable you are sitting on Phil’s lap facing him.
“Love to watch your face. And kiss it.”
Always starting off slow then becoming a bit messy with pace as you rest your hands on his shoulder meeting his thrusts with your own.
Actually swearing when he is being so intimate with you.
“Loves to hold onto your ass giving a squeeze as he helps lift you up and down.
Begging for you to cum as he rubs strong circles on your bundle of nerves.
“Cum for me love. Need to see that pretty face.”
Needing to kiss Phil to try and muffle some of your moans and cries to try and not disturb the neighbours.
Phil biting and then kissing into your shoulder as he releases his own buildup.
“I fucking love you.” “Love you more.”
Always having to push his hair off if his slightly sweaty face.
Finishing the night off with a warm bath and some cuddles.
Loves teasing. You giggling and hitting his chest calling him names only makes him more riled up.
Dan loves to give you hickeys. You told him that it’s kinda weird that he enjoys giving them so much as he isn’t a sixteen-year-old boy.”Love to see them in the morning on your skin. Then the world will know you are mine.”
You definitely can’t help yourself from kissing along his jaw up to his dimples.
When Dan finally has enough of the teasing and touching he whispers in your ear.“Here on the couch or in the bed?” You, of course, hitting him in the chest as you look back at him and then back to Phil who is sitting on the other side of the room.”So here?”
Once the two of you get to his room he immediately pushes you on the bed. Making you giggle as he hovers over you kissing your cheeks to make you laugh more.
Both of your clothes being tossed every which way around the room.
Always a fight for dominance when making out.
When the two of you finally get comfortable Dan can’t help but tease your entrance with the tip of his cock making you wait in agony.
Always making sure to start off with deep long thrusts making sure to hit your G-spot repeatedly.
The both of you using all the swears that the two of you know.
Giving little spanks to your bum when you’re bent over.
Dan making sure that you cum first. “I know you want the release love. Cum for me. Cum on me. Love to feel you on my cock.”
His name so easily leaving your lips repeatedly.
When dan comes undone you place kisses to his cheeks smiling into his skin as you rest your head on his shoulder.
Dan would never admit it but his favourite part is when the two of you cuddle in the afterglow of your orgasms.
AU where Tsuna’s grandfather, Sawada Ietsuna, lives with him and his mom.
And Ietsuna looks like a frail old man who’d probably get winded just from going up a flight of stairs.
But he’s a retired mafioso who can still give men half his age a run for their money, and he has crazy powerful sky flames, and while everyone thinks that Nana is the one taking care of him in his old age, he’s actually the one protecting his daughter-in-law and his precious grandson from people that might be looking to harm them because of what his stupid son has gotten tangled up in.
Ietsuna is super badass and powerful, and if he’d wanted to, he could have easily taken the Vongola back for the Sawada family, but it’s become so disgustingly vile that it looks nothing like the Vongola that Giotto had so cherished once upon a time.
So Ietsuna, just like his father and grandfather before him, wanted absolutely nothing to do with the Vongola. Instead, he used to work as a hitman for hire. Because even if Ieyasu had given up the Vongola, there was no way the mafia would just let his family leave so easily. So the sons and daughters of the Sawada family would cleverly play along the fringes of the mafia. Do a favour for a powerful famiglia here, carry out a hit for another family there - make enough important people owe you so that no one would even dare to touch your loved ones. All without having to get too involved with the politics of it all.
But then Iemitsu had gone and fucked it all up by becoming Vongola Nono’s dog.
Thus, Ietsuna essentially disowned his son, and decided to move in with Nana and Tsuna, so that his beloved, innocent little grandbaby wouldn’t have to suffer the consequences of his father’s actions.
And while he’s gruff and intimidating towards basically everyone else, Ietsuna is a doting grandfather to Tsuna, wrapped completely around the baby’s chubby little fingers from the moment he’s born.
He’s the one that teaches Tsuna how to ride a bike, and he’s the one that attends Tsuna’s school events and takes him out on holidays.
And he’s the one that tells Tsuna stories about their family.
Ietsuna was 5 years old when his great-grandfather, Sawada Ieyasu, had passed away. He has very few memories of the man - mostly consisting of soft smiles and kind words, of snoozing together on warm sticky summer days, and of crying bitterly when his parents told him that great-grandpa was gone.
He tells these stories to Tsuna. And more, he tells Tsuna stories that his own grandfather had told him, of Ieyasu working hard to build a life for himself after moving to Japan, of all the things Ieyasu had stood for - the importance of family and protecting the weak.
He tells Tsuna everything he can about Ieyasu. Because he knows.
Ietsuna looks at his innocent little grandson, with those soulful brown eyes and that too big heart and that sweet, sweet smile. And he sees his great-grandfather in him.
Iemitsu may have been the one that sired him, but Sawada Tsunayoshi is the son of Giotto Vongola, through and through.
Sawada Tsunayoshi is a prince without a kingdom, and one day, he’s going to take back his throne.
(Thirteen years pass, and when the great hitman Reborn shows up on his doorstep one day, Ietsuna welcomes him in with a smile that’s more just a baring of his teeth.
Reborn acknowledges the silent threat with a nod, and swears to himself that even if he should die, he will do right by Sawada Tsunayoshi.)
Like if emily has a twin or was evil i would actually be so shook. Shook to the end of time. Shooker than when ezra turned round in ravenshood. More like ravensSHOOK. I feel the shookness in my bones just thinking about it
It’s always been the eyes. Always been the smile. The deception behind them is something she’s concealed very well. She needs to play the victim all while being the mastermind behind the scenes. Everyone she hurt, controlled, killed where just pawns to get to Alison.
It all started when they were young teens without a care in the world. Emily had a little crush on Alison but it just grew past infatuation. Alison truly had something about her that made Emily nervous but also intrigued.
After Ali’s death, Emily was rocked the hardest. She had written a front to back letter to Alison before she died, telling her how much she hurt her whenever she would make advances and Alison would shut her down. She regretted every word she wrote. That’s why she started everything out of denial…that was gradually turning into delusion. That’s also why every girl she’s been with either was like Alison in a way or had something to do with Alison. And with each girl, she had a look. The moment she realized how there were traits of Alison within them. The moment knew she wanted them.
Maya marched to the beat of her own drum and was daring like Alison.
Paige was a victim of Alison’s bullying. In a way, being with Paige, she was still tied in to Alison in her mind.
Samara and Sabrina, both small blondes like Alison, Samara having blue eyes like Alison as well
Talia, lowkey, bold, and unavailable just like Alison.
When Emily finally had Alison, it was like a dream come true. Everything she’s worked for payed off. Right off the bat, Emily left Paige for her. Not only did she have sex with her almost immediately but the song playing during that scene was incredibly telling as to how Emily feels towards Alison. Think about it….out of every love song they could have put for their first time, it’s a song referring to an obsession.
Since you’ve gone I’ve been lost without a trace. I dream at night, I can only see your face. I look around but it’s you I can’t replace. I feel so cold, and I long for your embrace. I keep crying baby, baby, please…
Oh can’t you see You belong to me? How my poor heart aches with every step you take.
Every breath you take Every move you make Every bond you break Every step you take I’ll be watching you.
Every single day Every word you say Every game you play Every night you stay I’ll be watching you.
This even showed the next night when Alison stayed over. From night all until school the next morning, Emily stayed up and watched Alison sleep. It didn’t even bother her that she had zero sleep to function for the next day. She was locked in such a trance in Alison’s presence, time passed by as if the hours turned into seconds.
“Every breath you take, every move you make, I’ll be watching you….”
But then it didn’t take long until things fell apart. She separated from Alison because she wasn’t fitting the role that she’s created for her
in her head all those years she’s been away. She wanted Alison to 100% depend on her so she can be her savior. But with Alison being sketchy, she disbanded from her.
And that’s when Sara came along. The biggest Alison replacement of all.
Emily saw the Alison she wanted within Sara. That’s why she clung onto her with a hawk grip, not letting anyone get close or be with her without her there. She refused to let anyone change Sara or take her away. Sara hadn’t seen her mother since she was brought back into society - Emily pushed her to get EMANCIPATED right away. In order to do so, you have to prove to the courts you have a place to live and source of income. Emily told her she can stay with her and got her a job with Caleb. This way, Sara would have no choice but to depend on Emily. Exactly how she wanted it. Exactly how she wished Alison would do to her.
When Sara betrayed Emily, she felt like her own creation turned against her. Her rage at this very thought is what caused her to physically knock Sara flat out. All these years of Alison toying with her, Alison dying and she being in denial, being with Maya and her being taken away similar to Ali, trying to find other girls to fit the Alison void in her heart but failing, being with Alison herself but not even her fitting the mold, and now Sara hurting her like this, all that pent up aggression came in the form of a violent right hook.
When Emily left for college, she was finally going to purge herself of all that Alison drama by being far away. And she was doing well until her father died. Then, as she told Toby, she felt there was no point to anything. She drowned spent all of her father’s money, leaving the country, drowning in alcohol and women but she still was hurting. She wished she had someone, anyone to lean on and take care of her during this hard time.
Then, a letter from Alison appears and everything she tried to disassociate herself from came rushing back all over again.
She came back to Rosewood via Alison’s plea and even went as far as doing the things that she asked of her. When Charlotte died, Emily realized how Alison was changing. She was vulnerable. Just like how she’s always wanted Alison to be towards her. Just so she can be the knight in shining amour in her story.
That feeling Emily got from that…it was like a high. She wanted Alison to be like that towards her all the time. When Alison checked into Welby, Emily knew this would be the perfect way to create this kind of dependency. If Alison is warped in the mind, she’ll need someone to take care of her. That’s where Emily can step in. When Emily visited Alison in Welby, how Alison was begging her not to leave her, it not only fueled Emily inside but she knew her plan was working. Why else would Emily so easily leave when Alison was crying out for her? She needed to build up that dependency. And when Alison got out and needed someone, who was there for her?
This was exactly what Emily needed. She needed to be Alison’s savior. The eggs, as being played into now, was a plan she came up with while Alison was held up. It was her ultimate go to. By the time Alison comes out and falls into her arms, if she ever got the idea to leave her, she would not. Why? Because now a baby is forever their bond now. That’s why she was “behind” Alison’s decision to abort until Alison finally realized the baby was Emily’s. Now all of a sudden, Emily is telling her to keep it. And Alison did.
Everything she’s ever wanted, being with Alison since a young teen, is finally coming together……Even if she had to force a hand in making it happen.
Kim Namjoon: He watched you pack your bags with shaking eyes and not said anything to you, too scared of the consequences. When you walked past him with tears streaming down your reddened cheeks, something inside of him died a little by the realization of what your argument has caused.
He ran after you out the house and grabbed you by your hand, turning you around to him. “Where are you going?” He asked with a trembling voice, feeling his eyes well up. “I never meant for this to go as far as it did. Don’t leave before we’ve talked this out.” He pulled you into him and wrapped his arms tightly around your body, too scared that you might run away if he let go.
Kim Seokjin: He nervously paced up and down the empty apartment, the silence almost driving him insane. He dialed your number constantly, his heart dropping a little further whenever it goes straight to voice mail. He dropped down on the bed, throwing the lamp off the bedside table in frustration as thunder rolled in from the east.
He felt terrible for letting you go that easily and a lonely tear rolling down his cheek gave away the pain he felt inside. Suddenly he heard the front door slam shut and rushed back into the kitchen to find you standing in drenched clothes, your eyes bloodshot from crying. He didn’t give it a second thought and run over to you, holding your body close to his. “This shouldn’t have happened Y/N. I was worried sick. Please don’t ever leave me again.”
Min Yoongi: He let you go at first, thinking that you’d come back after letting out what you didn’t want him to see. After a while, he started to become anxious about his decision of letting you go without telling him where you’re heading. He tried to call you but the minute it went to voice mail, he grabbed his jacket from the back of the chair and ran out the shared apartment, slamming the door shut behind him.
He ran down the empty street, rain hitting the ground with force and soaking his clothes entirely. When he wanted to give up, he noticed a lonely silhouette sitting on the bench across from the coffee shop he took you for your first date, her hair drenched in rain. He let out a sigh in relief and ran over to you, putting his jacket around your shoulders before kneeling down in front of you. “Honestly if we ever decide to fight again, let’s agree not to run away during storms again.”
Jung Hoseok: His jaw dropped the minute he noticed you packing your suitcase with tears streaming down your now pale cheeks. He gulped, nervous to ask you the question he held back for so long. “Where are you going?” He mumbled, feeling the familiar knot in his stomach tightening. “We need a break.” You answered, your voice cracking.
As you walked past, Hoseok got ahold of your arm and pulled you back towards him, his gaze meeting yours. “You can’t just run away and pretend that it’ll be okay eventually. If you leave now, I don’t think we’ll ever find a solution to any of our problems and this love is going to waste.”
Kim Taehyung: He slammed down his hand on the door in front of you, causing it to fall shut again. You jumped slightly and felt his heavy breathing against your neck. You turned around to notice him standing behind you, his lips trembling. A smile tugged on his lips as his eyes met yours. “If you’re really doing this, at least tell me where you’re going.” He said with a threatening tone, inching closer until his lips were only a hairs-breadth away from yours.
“Tell me that where you’re going you’ll be safe and that I don’t have to lose sleep worrying about you even if this was in the end, your decision. Tell me that I won’t have to drive hours on time just to find you stranded on the side of the road like a wild animal?”
Park Jimin: He chase after you, screaming your name at the top of his lungs but you didn’t bare to stop, you wanted to flee from him for a while. You dragged the suitcase behind you, sobbing violently as you thought about what has removed this final thread that caused you to leave.
You stopped dead in your step when a hand grabbed your shoulder and spun you around. Jimin’s eyes locked with yours, he didn’t dare to look away. A single tear rolled down his cheek, his eyes glistening with frustration. “Is it that easy to you? Am I that easy to you? Do you think that I’ll just apologize for saying what’s on my mind because you’re threatening to run away? Because if that’s the case, you’re right…” His voice cracked, another tear rolled down his cheek, followed by another one and another one. “Stay with me until the end of time, princess.”
Jeon Jungkook: He watched the door fall shut, his breath becoming short as reality hit him. You really left. He heard the engine starting and watched the car pull out of the driveway. He slid against the door and ran his hand through his hair, letting out a loud sigh.
A single tear slid down from his warm, butterscotch eyes, followed by another one, and another one, until soon, a steady stream of salty tears flowed it’s way down his pale cheek, releasing the sadness and sorrow that has been held inside of him for all this time but still he did not make a sound.
He waited a little longer, pacing down the apartment for hours on time, nervously holding onto his phone, anxiously waiting for a sign from you. Anger raised inside of him by the thought that he has caused you to put yourself under such danger. Suddenly, a burst of anger rushed through his body and he threw his phone against the wall, watching it break into pieces. He screamed out loudly, not wanting to accept reality. “This can’t be. No. Why did she leave so easily? Why did I not stop her?”