genre: angst, fluff. character/s: college student lee taeyong!au | oc. overview: even from the beginning, the friendship between a girl who always
got left behind and a guy who was always the first to leave was a disaster
waiting to happen. word
Have you ever seen someone in Japan wearing English that's offensive or inappropriate? Has it ever been so bad that you felt the need to warn them? Like, "Ma'am, your 10-year-old child is wearing a shirt that says 'Bitch, please'" I've never been in that situation, but I'm sure it'll happen someday. Any advice?
Morning! Ah, Engrish as she is wrote. Yes, I’ve seen a few four-letter words, but as far as I recall never on kids’ clothes.
If it were a frien … No, cancel that. My friends across the globe tend to be over-educated overthinking compulsively reading nerds. :) Won’t be necessary with friends.
If it were a regular student or their child (aargh I can’t believe I’ve just used the singular they, but needs must and all that), I’d probably point it out as gently as possible. After mentally preparing myself a) to give a long explanation about the whys and wherefores, and b) to be greeted with indifference.
If it were somebody I didn’t know relatively well, I’d ignore it.
James Bucky Barnes has the perfect life. He’s been dating his live in boyfriend Steven Grant for 4 years and he has a good job. Everything changes when he opens the door to Tony Stark and a red head looking for the missing Captain America.
update: Please Have Steve wear this shirt and Bucky never figured out why it was his favorite to wear.
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I’m seeing a lot of negativity on my dash about Season 11 already. Like “oh god look at Sam’s helmet hair” and “please Jensen never wear that shirt again”. Please stop. The season hasn’t even started yet, and already people want to jump to judge and hate on what very little we’ve seen. If it’s gotten to the point where all you do is complain about what used to be your favorite fandom, then it’s time for you to leave. Don’t ruin it for the rest of us who still (and probably always will) love it.