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things some girls do that are cute

-scrunch up their nose when they smile/laugh

-long hair: put in ponytails. bonus if the ponytail bounces

-curly hair: just cute no matter what ?? 

-short hair: b e d h e a d

-running a hand through their hair absentmindedly when they’re thinking

-also having short hair but it’s kind of grown out past its shape so their hairs just really floppy

-wear clothes that are too big and the sleeves go over their hands

-flannel shirts

- b l u s h i n g

-get really excited about things they like and their whole face lights up when you mention it

-being happy

-love their pets a lot

-squint when doing makeup like it’s the most complicated thing ever because tbh it is

-sing/hum under their breath thinking no one can hear

-love their friends a lot

- ;) 

girls are such a blessing oh my g o d

Different ways to draw trolls: A Chart

Tag where you’d be

My 10 fave ADC looks...

The sexy af pizza delivery girl look

The sweet and innocent look

The “She calls me daddy too” look

The sunbathing look

The confused af look

The adorable dork look

The leather jacket look

The “I woke up like this” look

The simple white shirt look

The “Damn even I’d fck me” look


ARMYs started singing Tae’s part in I NEED U and his reaction was so soft

  • Taehyung: *Sprains ankle*
  • Doctor: Does it hurt when you put pressure on it?
  • Taehyung: Let me check
  • Taehyung: *To ankle* c'mon dude it's just one cigarette

trying to work through an art block. as you can see, i’m pretty fixated on keith after s3, esp. that sword-throwin bit haha (i rly want to successfully execute the dynamic shot,,, so it’s practice, practice, practice for me,,,)

welcome to this edition of things I know entirely too much about, first language acquisition edition
  • little babies hear fine differences like between “ba” and “pa” but if those sounds don’t make a difference in their first language they will lose the ability to distinguish between them
  • grammatical morphemes (like third person -s in English) are acquired in a similar order by all babies, but at different speeds
  • the progressive “-ing” in English for example is acquired very early one whereas third person -s comes in surprisingly late
  • second language learners actually imitate this sequence quite closely (if one lets them and the teacher refrains from shouting at them every time the third person -s is omitted, that is - but lets talk about that another time)
  • THE WUG TEST - it proves that babies don’t just memorize words and word pairs (such as the plurals of words) they actually understand the rules behind it and can apply them!! if any of you have kids up to like 5 years, try it with them!!
  • a three year old can tell you that “read the bike” sounds silly and doesn’t make sense but isn’t so sure about “bike the ride” yet
  • yES all of this acquisition order stuff also applies to sign language!!
  • babies and children cannot learn a language just from hearing it on the radio/tv etc. they need to have direct interaction (i.e. someone who reacts to their utterances)
  • isn’t this so SO fascinating??