if savan had said “me and louis.. we had a lot of disagreements.. we didn’t see eye to eye. and that ultimately led to us no longer working together and me moving on from one direction. i admit, i was pissed at the time. i felt like i had made this band into what it was. but you know what? the kid had balls, he had guts, and he was right that they had the creativity and talent to go in another direction and be really successful. I respect him for standing up for himself and the other boys even if i felt annoyed by it at the time.”
like damn, how hard would that have been? but he couldn’t allow himself to say those words.. because… he is still BITTER. it’s not that hard to grasp.
*Me at 22 when I was working part-time at a flower market and then one of the other girls found out I had a degree*
*Her* “You think you’re better than us? Right?” (She was mad. And smoking. Maybe drunk. And really did not know how to apply eyeliner.)
*Me* “Hey, I grew up poor too. I just thought it would be nice to work with flowers till I figured things out. I always liked flowers. My parents never bothered about the garden we had; but I always did.”
*Her sneering* “Cute. Fucking cute. You and your fancy degree. But you think you’re better than me?”
I’m such a slut for matcha ice cream I had to make my own as soon as I got back home. This actually does taste very similar to the Haägen-Danz’s matcha ice cream! Here’s recipe if you want to try it yourself:
Matcha Ice Cream
2,4 desiliter (2 400 ml) fatty whole milk 2,4 desiliter (2 400 ml) heavy whipped cream 1 desiliter (1 000 ml) sugar or fructose 3 table spoons ceremonial level matcha powder* Pinch of salt
1) Add milk, whipped cream, sugar and salt together and heat up with medium heat. Keep stirring! 2) Add matcha powder 3) Heat the mixture until it foams and is hot to touch but not boiling. Do not boil! Keep stirring! 4) Let the hot mixture chill (in ice cube water/in a sink in cold water) 5) When the mixture is chilled, put it in the freezer 6) Keep mixing the ice cream during freezing, scraping the frozen ice cream from the edges into middle. This makes ice cream freeze faster.
*ceremonial level matcha (or higher than that) is essential, as any lower quality matcha - like baking matcha - will be too bitter and grainy.
If you live in America, you can use 2 cups (4 800 ml) Half & Half instead of milk and whipped cream. I don’t live, so I used milk+whipped cream and the ice cream came out wonderful without it, too!
I’ve been waiting a while to post this until i got her other pieces of lace but it’s still got a while to go before i get them so fuck it!!! Meet my gentle Nami! Who just miiiight be the sister of @whitemantis‘s Skydancer twins!
I was supposed to post this two days ago on my birthday but with exams and everything I got a little sidetracked, anyways I just wanted to make this quickly as a way to say thank you to all my mutuals. ♡ I know I don’t talk to you guys much but I would love to be friends with all of you!! So thank you for following me and I hope my blog doesn’t disappoint you. :”)
listen @roseshell‘s dance au is quite possibly my favorite soumako au in the history of soumako aus, just sayin. i mean it’s an au with hip hop dancer makoto and ballet dancer sousuke, how much better can you get
A/N: Due to the nature of Five Nights at Freddy’s, a LOT is open to interpretation. As such, this may not reflect everyone’s headcannons.
“They weren’t kidding when they said this was going to be a project,” you commented, looking at the derelict animatronics littering the room. You kneeled down by what was once a bunny. “You don’t even have a face,” you commented, leaning in to look at the endoskeleton of the animatronic, trying to see how it worked.
You set down your supplies and waked around to take a look at the others. “No hands and bad joints, exposed wires all around. But as long as the infrastructure is still good, that’s all I need.”
Freddy was the mascot, so you figured you’d start with him. You knelt down and started to pull off the fabric covering its endoskeleton. However, as you worked, Freddy’s head twitched. You guessed it was residual electricity. That was, until Freddy’s hand came around and grabbed your hand. You jumped to your feet and moved back, your hand slipping out of Freddy’s grip.
“Very funny,” you said, your heart pounding out of your chest. “I know about the wearable animatronics.”
Freddy slowly climbed to his feet. Bonnie was soon behind, then Chica. “Okay, what’s going on?”
There was the sound of static. It was probably from the dust-filled speakers that were on your list to fix. Though, you swore you heard a voice through the static. “Who?” Freddy seemed to ask.
“I’m a mechanic,” you stated, not believing you were talking to an an animatronic. “My father helped design Freddy’s animatronics. Well, before he went crazy.”
“Purple guy?” you thought you heard in the static.
“Save us,” a whisper came from Chica’s voice box.
“My father was fond of the color purple,” you mused to yourself. Could they really be talking about William Afton?
“Father?” Bonnie’s voice box started up. It was very unsettling to hear something without a face speak.
“Knows Purple Guy,” a fourth voice stated behind you. You felt a hand grab one shoulder, and you saw a hook on your other side. This must be Foxy. “Bite?”
“Hey, my father might’ve gone crazy, but I’m NOT like him,” you insisted. “He killed my brother. I’m glad he’s gone.”
Freddy stepped closer to you, as if examining your face. “Y/N?” he asked slowly.
“How do you know my name?” you asked Freddy.
“My father… Afton,” Freddy stated.
A look of realization crossed your face. The other animatronics must’ve realized the same thing you did, and they took a step back.
“You’re my brother,” you said, not believing you actually had your brother back. Well, in a way. Despite yourself, you stepped forward and hugged the animatronic. Freddy carefully wrapped his arms around you to return the hug. After a moment, you stepped back.
“Let’s get you all fixed up so you’re not struggling so much to move and talk,” you stated. You looked around to the other animatronics. “I’ll fix you all up, don’t worry. You’ll be good as new. Well, if the person they have making new suits does a good job at least.”