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thank you for being such a radiant light in my life. thank you for lifting me up when i am down. thank you for making me smile and laugh even during the times i wanted to cry. thank you for always being there for me when others were not. thank you for smiling for me even when times were tough for you. thank you for being you. here’s to one year, and to many many more!

LazyTown things I think about constantly

  • The two times Robbie genuinely considered becoming a superhero
  • Sportacus telling the kids to eat healthy and hardly ever eating any healthy amounts of food
  • Spob
  • Robbie calling Sportacus “Sporto” or “Sportabuddy”
  • The kitten
  • How half the live animals that were in the episodes belonged to Stefan
  • They James Earl Jones’d Spob and had a girl voice him while a boy played him
  • Sportacus knits
  • The mustache doesn’t match the hair it’s fucking fake Sportacus wears a fake mustache
  • Robbie, Fae or not, is actually magic and hardly ever uses that to his advantage
  • Sportacus never actually uses toothpaste
  • These people live in some sort of universe where you only get one color scheme to live with for the rest of your life
  • He lifts a fucking pyramid for fuck’s sake just no
  • Sportacus has no idea what a club sandwich is at all
  • Also he has no fucking kitchen utensils and dirties up his sports equipment to make food
  • There is no bathroom on that airship
  • Robbie eats Styrofoam peanuts
  • Both of these grown ass men need to be given proper cooking lessons
  • Everything about Sportacus is blue. So his hair is blue
  • Robbie would manage to get rid of Sportacus if he didn’t get his ideas from overhearing the children’s conversations
  • Sportacus and (more than likely) everyone in LazyTown are all merchandised and all have their own dolls in the LazyTown universe and we are never given explanations as to why
  • Sportacus once defied the laws of physics to play baseball with an apple in outer space without a spacesuit
  • Robbie was so lonely when everyone was gone that he drew their faces on balls and was almost in tears when they came back because he missed them so much
  • Robbie thinks Ziggy is a cute little kid
  • Robbie actually got Ziggy a birthday gift. Twice
  • Stingy ran over Sportacus because Sportacus didn’t think to just warn him about the holes he was gonna drive into
  • The Fortune Teller episode was probably the gayest episode and it was co-written by Magnus Scheving so he knew what the fuck he was doing
  • This show got revived three years after the first two seasons ended how is this show even real
Successful people do what unsuccessful people are not willing to do. Don’t wish it were easier, wish you were better. Ask not for lighter burdens but for broader shoulders.
‘You’re gonna be happy,’ said life, 'but first I’ll make you strong’.
—  Chavela Vargas

anonymous asked:

top 5 noya and tanaka brotp moments plsss

I LOVE THEIR FRIENDSHIP! They’re brotp goals, prepare for trouble and make it double, everything they do together is my favorite thing they do but let’s see:

1. Tanaka crying over Nishinoya’s bruises. This is always the first scene that comes to my mind when I think about them, mostly because I relate to Tanaka on a spiritual level. Nishinoya actually makes Tanaka cry over how badass and selfless that he is. Plus notice that here Tanaka calls him Noya-san, despite being not only from the same year, but being his best friend too. He respects him…so much. I cry too every time

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2. Every time Tanaka lifts Nishinoya up. I adore the fact that they’re so physical and affectionate with each other. Out of all the boys, they’re the two that hug, touch and lean on the most. Plus this thing where Noya let’s Tanaka do all kind of things with his body gives me life. And the lifting thing is for sure my favorite one. 

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3. When they almost killed Tsukishima after his insane block. They have a thing for harassing him in general, but here they were just the most proud. Noya and Tanaka were the first of the team to go cheer on him after he did what’s probably the most iconic block of the Haikyuu history. And this shows that they do are the greatest dork that the world has ever seen, but they are the most supportive teammates ever too, always there and ready to acknowledge every single good thing and picking them up when they’re down. They just…show their affection in their own way, sometimes hitting, sometimes eating people alive too

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4. Their special cheering dance. Precious both in anime and in real life 

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5. Being extra: a compilation

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