lol verbs

Kriffing stars, you two!” Bodhi exclaims.

Jyn and Cassian spring apart, so abruptly Jyn makes a sound like a startled animal and Cassian almost falls off the pilot’s seat, as if that would be good enough to erase what Bodhi had seen when he stormed into the cockpit.

“Can you guys save this for later? Like when you have a room?” Bodhi continues, fully aware of the red rising in Jyn’s cheeks, matching the angry looking marks on her neck. He loved teasing new couples. 

“Is everyone okay? I heard a lot of noise for a person delivering a status report to two peo- oh Jyn, your body temperature is rising rapidly,” Kay leans in the the doorway. 

“I’m fine, Kay,” Jyn snarls. 

“You don’t look fine.”

“She’s fine Kay. Bodhi, take Kay back with you.”

“You don’t look fine either, Cassian. Your heart rate is much higher than your normal resting rate, and your face is incredibly pale. Should I administer treatment for shock?” Kay continues. Bodhi couldn’t tell if Kay was doing it on purpose, but couldn’t help but chuckle. 

“Kay. We’re good. Go take Bodhi with you to check the inventory. We’re set for landing soon.” 

“Actually, Cassian, we still have approximately two standard hours bef-” 

Kay.” Cassian looks pained. 

“Let’s go,” Bodhi says, pulling Kay by the arm, failing to hide the smirk on his face. “He knows how to get Jyn back to normal, right Cass?” Jyn looks mortified.

“I don’t think his methods would be better than mine,” Kay replies and Bodhi doubles over with laughter. Cassian glares at Bodhi as he and the droid head back to the hold. 

New couples, man. Wait till Luke heard about this one. 

VAMPIRE!EXO REACTION: biting you while kissing you

Hey! I hope you’re having a nice day <3 can I request vamp!exo reacting to biting (idk if that’s the correct verb?lol) their S.O. for the first time while they’re kissing and things got heated up? If you’re more comfortable with just some members, that’s ok too! Thanks 😘😘


Minseok would panic. He’d stumble back from you to collect a blanket and a bandage. Once your wound was covered, and you were wrapped up warmly, he’d pick you up and move you to the bedroom. He’d let himself relax when you nuzzled into his chest, breaking in his scent. 

“I’ll make it up to you,” he whispered, fingers coming to stroke your hair while he held you close to him. “I’ll take you somewhere beautiful…” he promised, lips pressing to your head. “I’ll treat you like the prince/princess you are.”


Junmyeon would be ashamed. How could did he allow his monstrous needs ruin such a beautiful moment the two of you were sharing? He wiped his mouth clean and began to care for you. You were wrapped in a blanket, given tea, and asked a thousand times how you were feeling. 

He’d do all of this while tears were rolling down his cheeks. “It’s not that big of a deal,” you whispered, reaching out for his hand. “I wanted to make love to you… And instead I hurt you. It’s a very big deal,” he slowly placed his hand in yours. “It doesn’t hurt. Just stings,” you reassured, rubbing your thumb over his hand to soothe him. “I’m fine. Really.”


Seeing the marks on your perfect skin would be what hurt him most. He had promised to protect you, yet he was the one that caused the pain you were in now. He’d prick his fingers to draw blood then hold it to your lips. “It will heal you,” he whispered. 

When you lapped at the droplets of blood his eyes focused on the closing wound on your neck. “I hope you can forgive me for this,” he wiped your lips before he cupped your cheeks. “You’re hungry. You can’t control yourself as well,” your words made him frown. “It’s not an excuse for hurting you, Sheep.”


Baekhyun would leave when he saw what he’d done, making you think you’d never see him again. He’d aimlessly walk around the park, cursing at himself for ruining your intimate moment. 

He’s return to your home when you were tucked in bed, his head hung in shame. “Can I join you?” he asked, gesturing to the bed. “You came back…” you pulled open the covers for him to get in beside you. “I’ll always come back to you. If you’ll have me…” his voice was quiet. “Always,” the word made him relax and pull you close to him. “I love you so much.”


Like Baekhyun, Jongdae would leave. He wouldn’t come back a few hours later, though. He wouldn’t say a single word to you until you said you wanted to see him. So he laid low, checking up on you every so often, making sure you were healing, and that you weren’t traumatised. 

He’d panic when you caught him and approached him. “Why did you leave after doing it?” you frowned, pulling the scarf tighter around your neck to hide the now faded marks he’d left. “I thought you’d hate seeing me,” he shrugged, focus on his shoes.

 “I couldn’t bare seeing you look at me like I was a monster…” 

 “You’re not a monster. When was the last time you ate before that?”

“Two months…”

“You need to have more. You can drink from me… but you have to take care of me afterwards,”

“Anything for you.”


Chanyeol would be heartbroken. He promised you that he wouldn’t drink from you, but here he is, with your blood running down his chin. “Y/N, I’m so sorry,’ he’ll wipe his mouth clean before grabbing your hands and kissing all over them.

“It’s okay, Yeol,” your weak smile hurt him even more. “It’s not okay. I should have more control!” he’d gather you in his arms and take you to the kitchen to make something that will get your blood levels back to normal.  


Kyungsoo would go stiff over your when the taste of your blood hit his tongue. “Y/N…” he pulled back and checked your face, reading your expression. When he saw the terror in your eyes, he’d stand and collect his coat. “I’m sorry,” his head was hung in shame. 

You watched him head to your door, but as he was about to open it you called for him. “Make me soup…” you reached your hand out to him. “It always makes me feel better,” he started at you, your eyes were now glazed over with the need to sleep. “You still want me here?”

“You can’t just leave after doing that. You need to care for me,” his plump lips would pull into a small smile before he went to make you the requested food. 


Jongin would be mad at himself for not having enough self control. Even though you told him you were okay, he’d still be kicking himself. Tonight was supposed to be special, but he ruined it. 

He wiped the blood from your neck clean before helping you to the bedroom to rest. “I’ll go get you some tea,” his lips pressed to your head as you curled up under the covers. “Please try relaxing, babe.”


Sehun wouldn’t realise what he’d done until you pushed him away and locked yourself in the bathroom. Your blood was making his whole body tingle. When he finally came back to his senses, he came to lean against the door. 

“Y/N… Please don’t hate me,” he spoke quietly, when he heard your sobbing, he had to stop himself from breaking down the door to comfort you. “I promise you I’ll never let myself slip like that again.”

anonymous asked:

If torture isn't a good way to get info out of a person (so you say in many posts I've seen), how do you get info from a person? Especially if double agent-ing (new verb there lol) isn't an option?

Good verb. I approve of this new verb.

I think the first thing you have to accept is that interrogations generally are pretty much the worst way of getting information. Things like phone tapping, reading letters or emails, following suspects constantly and examining physical forensic evidence are much better ways of gaining accurate information.

This is partly because human memory isn’t particularly accurate and partly because humans make excellent liars and rubbish lie detectors.

I’m not saying you should give up on the possibility of a successful interrogation. But keep in mind that if your characters have managed to capture someone there’s probably some forensic evidence they could be examining as well. Computers, phones, the contents of their pockets-

Don’t forget that things like receipts, tickets and passports have quite long histories. If there’s a chance your characters could get useful information from the prisoner’s jacket pocket then use that as well. And cross reference the information from interrogation with the physical evidence.

On to conducting a successful interrogation.

1)      Make sure the interrogator and prisoner speak a common language. It sounds obvious but a surprising number of real organisations have ignored this little trifling detail.

2)      Very few people refuse to say anything. The interrogator should be able to draw the prisoner into conversation and turn the conversation to the subject they’re interested in quite easily. Even if the prisoner refuses to tell them anything useful they’ll likely still talk about something.

3)      Get the prisoner to tell their story backwards. This is a very useful technique. It makes it much easier to spot inconsistencies in a story. It doesn’t necessarily indicate whether a person is lying but it makes it much harder for a person to lie consistently.

4)      Keep the prisoner isolated from their allies, but not alone. This stops them from having the chance to confer and make up a collective story without putting them in solitary confinement (which might affect their memory). The prisoner might also be willing to share information with ‘ordinary criminals’ that they wouldn’t share with guards or interrogators, and those ordinary criminals might be bribed into passing that information on.

5)      Try to build up a friendly rapport with the prisoner and demonstrate common ground. People are much more talkative when they see someone as a friendly, sympathetic ear. Pretending to have sympathy with the prisoner, their cause and ideals makes it much more likely that they’ll share something. Talking about the prisoner’s religion with respect and their politics as if it’s ‘common sense’ (however awful it actual is) will make someone much more likely to open up.

6)      The interrogator should try to give the impression of an ordinary person ‘just doing their job’. This overlaps with pretending to sympathise with the prisoner’s views. Distancing themselves from an organisation and presenting themselves as a ‘normal’ person with much in common with the prisoner encourages them to share information.

7)      Conversations should be recorded as accurately as possible by a third party who isn’t visible. This allows everything the prisoner says to be cross referenced and analysed later, which will help the other characters spot inconsistencies in the prisoner’s story, or details the prisoner might not have meant to give away.

8)      Pretend to know more than they do. Interrogators who are able to make it look as if they already know the whole story and the interview is just a formality are more likely to get information. Because if the prisoner thinks they already know everything then confirming the details is not a betrayal. (How easy this is depends on your plot)

9)      If possible pretend another prisoner has already told them everything. Obviously this is only really possible if more than one person is captured and if the information is known to more than one person.

10)  Remember that interrogation takes time. No way of gathering accurate information is quick. The prisoner would probably need to be interrogated several times over a day or more. Countdowns of a few hours are not realistic.

These tactics aren’t guaranteed to work, and as I’ve stressed interrogations are not great sources of information.

But they’re dramatic and a mainstay of fiction for a reason. Hopefully you’ve now got more of an idea how to write one in a realistic way.

Good luck with your story :)


i cried at breakfast because finally the social situation overwhelmed me. by this i mean living with extended family and not having a job outside of the house and constantly speaking in my third language and not sleeping until 3am and trying to wake before anyone else just to have some solitary peace and quiet and be able to make breakfast for people. well in the house there are 10 and kids and that morning at the table one was video calling to family in california while another was video calling to family in syria at the same time. i had been awake for a few hours listening to people talking and running, alternating between feeling starving and feeling nauseous. one of the little girls likes to play a game with vocabulary and guessing and i couldn’t remember anything and by that time, the four or five conversations died down and everyone was kind of involved in the game and she’s saying in perfect english about how i don’t know any words and, i swear i am very tough and used to the honesty of small children but after a few weeks of little sleep and a lot of social obligations, no space to be alone and no direction for my life, i’m feeling my face become hot and i know i’m going to cry and it’s not me, i’m not like this and what do i have possibly to be upset for?? but my eyes fill with tears and i try to breathe and make it go away but it doesn’t so aboud takes my hand and we go upstairs and it’s quiet and sunny. he lays my head on his chest and i cry and he says he can’t take all of the noise either and i’ll bring you anything you want and we’ll go anywhere you want, even though that’s not exactly true, we can’t go anywhere because neither of us can come back yet if we do, i still feel better and i sleep until we have breakfast at 4 pm in the sunny quiet room when everyone’s having dinner and we sit on the floor with coffee, tea, and mana’eesh and the sun goes down.

Verb Explanations: Haber

¡Hola! Today we’re going to talk about the Spanish verb Haber. Haber is one of the verbs that are ESSENTIAL to learn due to the usage in idiomatic expressions and compound tenses. In this post, we’ll explore the various forms of Haber and their usages.

Infinitivo: Haber

English Definition: To have (done); to be (state of being, idiomatic)

Participio Presente: habiendo

Habiendo olvidado, no respondió al mensaje.

Having forgotten, he didn't respond to the message.

Participio Pasado: Habido

Han habido incidentes.

There had been accidents.

Presente (Indicativo):

He hecho la comida.

I have made the food.

This tense is a very widely used due to its usage as an auxiliary verb. In perfect tenses (I have…), Haber serves as the auxiliary verb. The translation of this form to “have” is confusing for many, because it is not the same thing as tener. Tener is a transitive possessive verb meaning to have something; however, haber is used as the auxiliary verb saying this action has been completed and it is in the past.


Hubo una tormenta.

There was a storm.


Había cocinado solamente la carne cuándo él comió todo.

I had only cooked the meat when he ate everything.


Habrá tráfico hoy.

There will be traffic today.


Yo habría hecho eso si regresara.

I would have done that if he had returned.

Presente del subjuntivo:

Ojalá que haya trabajos para mí cuando salgo escuela.

I hope that there are jobs for me when I leave school.

Imperfecto del subjuntivo:

Yo estaría feliz si él hubiera hecho esto.

I would be happy if he had done this.

Las frases idiomático:

Hay que —- It is necessary to

Había una vez —- Once Upon a Time

There you go! A short explanation of this very useful verb in Spanish!

BTS’s comeback trailer 花样年华/화양연화 means ‘the age of blossoms’ or ‘the flowery years’, a very ephemeral concept to describe the years in one’s youth, alike to blossoming flowers, pretty, yet not everlasting. If you break it down, 花/화: flower, 樣/양: appearance, 年/연: year, 華/화: blooming. In the song, Yoongi is expressing his life as fleeting, subtlety, yearning and lasting, how terrifying he was as a ‘seed’, all clean and grand, yet also desolate, and how the time in his life is blooming like flowers, and that his most beautiful and happiest moments in his life is right now,
—  with BTS

Jun eating takoyaki, burning his mouth, and feeding kissmes~ (´艸`〃)