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OP: Straw Hat’s crew bad habits

 - Luffy always sneaks off at night looking for food: he doesn’t even do it on purpose - he often sleeps-eats after all - which doesn’t make Sanji so happy about it (but he’s prepared, and if you hear a sudden scream, that’s perfectly normal: the trick worked.)

 - Luffy, Usopp, Franky and Chopper always spend their money on “That super amazing cool thing” than save it for actual important stuff.

 - Zoro sleeps everywhere. Everywhere. So basically he’s always in the way. And when the members of the crew stumbles on him, he doesn’t even wake up. The only one to maybe avoid him is Sanji as he’s often carrying food around – and food must not be wasted.

 - Sometimes Zoro gets even lost on the ship and ends up opening a door on the toilets instead of the kitchen where he was thinking he was going to - certainly looking for alcohol. (Fortunately let’s hope no one was currently using the WC.)

 - Sanji can be distracted from time to time, so he flicks his smoke to get the ash off and and it somehow always end up in Zoro’s hair while he’s napping, which absolutely infuriates him, and no matter where Zoro naps and how careful Sanji is, it must be a curse as Zoro always has ashes in his hair at the end of the day.

 - Usopp always makes excuses up when he doesn’t want to do something, which often ends up with Luffy and Chopper doing the chores instead of him and they don’t even see they’re being fooled – so basically someone else from the crew (very often Nami or Zoro) has to remind Usopp of his real duties and dismiss the Captain and the doctor.

 - Franky’s robotic parts make noises at night, especially when he moves in his sleep. Zoro and Luffy don’t notice it, and the others got used to it. However, Usopp didn’t. As Chopper happens to shapeshift, the snipper uses it to his advantage (when he’s in that big huge fluffy shape) to minimize the noises. It doesn’t work and Franky suddenly wakes up thinking he’s being attacked.

 - Franky and Nami’s hair are always left behind in the shower. At first Luffy was persuaded Vivi was back on the ship and hiding, somehow, because of the hair colour. (It was really hard to convince him.)

 - Nami can’t help herself but always bets about anything with everyone. And she, 99% of the time, wins them: so basically the whole crew is more or less indebted to her - especially Zoro – and therefore they have to make new deals with her which is actually maybe not the best idea ever.

 - Chopper often forgets about his antlers when he is in another shape than his usual one, so when he’s crossing a door in a hurry he might scratch the wood of the walls - but Franky eventually got it fixed.

 - Robin is a woman who very often knows more than what she’s showing - she just never says any thing. If the land is on sight, the archeologist won’t say it until someone asks her, if someone lost something and she knows where it is, she won’t say it if she’s not directly asked about it.

 - When Robin is running out of book to read, her interventions get more and more morbid which scares the hell out of them - and how relieved they are to have a new island in sight.

 - Brook plays a lot of tunes and it gives the Thousand Sunny a very nice atmosphere, but it can come to a point where the trip on the sea until next land takes longer than they thought it would, so the musician runs out of new partitions to play and ends up always playing “Binkusu no sake” ten times a day, awakening some of crew’s members homicidal (or skeletonal?) thoughts.

 - As usual, when one devil fruit user falls into the sea, at least two other devil fruits users jump for them. The rest of the crew have a few seconds left to figure out whether to leave them in there once for good - especially that idiot captain - or who’s going this time.

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Self-Care & Helpful Tips for INFJ “The Counselor”

Functions: Ni-Fe-Ti-Se


  • Creative
  • Insightful
  • Inspiring & convincing
  • Decisive
  • Determined & passionate
  • Altruistic


  • Sensitive
  • Extremely private
  • Perfectionistic
  • Always need to have a cause
  • Can burn out easily

Turn-on = Wit

Turn-off = Arrogance

What stresses out INFJ

  • Having to focus too much on sensory/concrete details
  • An overload of sensory stimulation or noise
  • Interruptions
  • Distress within a close relationship
  • Having their values violated
  • Not enough alone time. Too much extraverting.
  • Working with closed-minded people
  • Lack of appreciation or understanding
  • Unfamiliar environments with overwhelming amounts of details
  • Having plans disrupted
  • Not having a clear direction
  • Lack of harmony
  • Criticism and conflict
  • Not being able to use their intuition or envision the future
  • Having to focus too much on the present

How to help an INFJ experiencing stress

  • Give them space.
  • Reduce sensory stimulation; music, interruptions, TV, etc,..
  • Let them express their thoughts and feelings.
  • Understand that they may be irrational. Don’t judge them.
  • Don’t give advice. This will only stress them out further.
  • Let them take a break from some of their responsibilities
  • Encourage them to spend some time in nature, walking or reading a book.
  • Take a walk with them if they want company.
  • Encourage their less serious side, and let them relieve emotional tension by letting them cry through a sappy movie or novel of some sort.
  • Be forgiving if they’ve been overly harsh or critical while under stress. Chances are, they will feel very guilty about it.

How INFJ handle Grief

  • Asks “why?” a lot
  • Try to figure out the meaning behind the situation
  • Prone to breaking down

How INFJ handle Guilt

  • Internalizing their feelings
  • Overthink every little action they make

How INFJ acts when Sad

  • Very sensitive to others
  • Melancholic

What INFJ should do after a Bad Day

  • A good long laugh with a friend they can be silly with and possibly some time outdoors/in nature

What INFJ is like when Angry

  • If slightly angered, retreats and ices out the opposing party. If deeply angered (this is rare), will use every one of the other person’s weaknesses against them until they have completely psychologically undermined them.

What INFJ should do Instead (when upset)

  • Communicate openly with the person they are angry with in order to find a solution, rather than letting it reach a breaking point.

What INFJ Struggle with

  • Keeping in touch with the Physical world

What INFJ are Hard on themselves for

  • Being good enough/Perfectionism

INFJ’s Purpose in Life

  • Guide those who are lost

What INFJ Need to Know

  • Just because the world is cold sometimes, doesn’t mean there aren’t trustworthy people out there. Manipulating isn’t always the best way to keep people in your life.

What INFJ should Never Forget

  • You are a pillar of strength and hope for many people. You help many of us understand what we want out of life, and give us the courage to go for it.
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Hello, friends! I am currently enrolled in a public speaking course at my university and have been improving my public presentations skills. When I first started the course, I had no idea how much preparation went into my presentation, so I thought I’d make a handy guide for those (including me) to help out with the process!


  • Make sure you allow yourself time to plan, formulate and practice your presentation.
  • If you can, choose a topic that you’re passionate about or that you’re interested in, it makes the process easier.
  • If you are not familiar with the topic, make sure you know all aspects of it (do your research!)
  • Ask yourself: “What is the purpose of this presentation?” are you persuading or informing? 
  • Ask yourself: “Who is my audience?” are there any special considerations you should take into consideration?
  • Be sure to check if the room you are presenting in has everything you need, if you show up ready with a powerpoint and there is no projector in the room, you won’t be able to present as well as you were anticipating to without your resource.

preparation - structure

  • Make sure your content is as comprehensive as possible.
  • Include an agenda at the beginning of my presentation as an overview of what I’m going to be talking about.
  • Add detailed examples when appropriate.
  • Present your content in a logical order (try not to jump around).
  • Balance your content with critical analysis (if needed).
  • Consider audience participation (if needed).

preparation - resources

  • If you have handouts, make sure that they are produced clearly.
  • If you have any visual or audio material, make sure that the audience will be able to properly see/hear them (make sure they are relevant to your topic!)
  • If you need to book equipment, make sure that they work and that you know how to use them.


  • Practice your timing (especially if you have a limit!)
  • Check your tone and projection, you want to sound interesting and have every person hear you (but don’t yell!)
  • Condition yourself to avoid the use of filler words (ex: ah, uh, like, um, etc.)
  • Create a relaxation routine for before you present (take deep breaths, give yourself a nice pep talk, etc), it’s best to be relaxed but attentive when you present.
  • Become aware of your non-verbal ticks, swaying from left to right (which is what I do) can be distracting your audience from what you are presenting, use gestures but not large ones.

Hope these tips will help you with your public presentations in the future! 

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anonymous asked:

How are notes taken at crime scenes?

Hey Nonnie!

Short answer: Very specifically.

If it’s going to court, it has to be exact. Everything should have a timestamp in 24 hour clock with it (usually in the left margin, as an example 11:30pm is noted as 23:30). EVERYTHING. A timeframe for each investigator is important, as that can help add to the credibility of the chain of evidence. If several independent reports tell the same story about the transport of evidence, that makes it much harder to disprove than one (Chain of evidence, very important). Each person entering the scene should be recorded, and the time of entry. Additionally, when you make a mistake in your notes or misspell something, cross it out and initial it. Don’t erase anything, don’t tear out any pages. This keeps up your validity. Use a pen, ideally, to prevent anyone else erasing it or from tampering with it.

Be as specific as possible without making assumptions. If there’s a table there with a red stain, describe it as such: Don’t make the assumption that the stain is blood, as it could easily be something else. The only way you should be describing it as blood is with a presumptive test indicator (eg: Luminol). If you don’t know something for 100%, don’t say you do.

In a presentation, a pair of officers told me the main notes are taken is from one person: the lead investigator. This is a big responsibility, as they will stand by and take notes on everything they see, and everything they are told by the other officers, complete with time stamps. Don’t volunteer to be lead investigator unless you have a quick writing hand. Each other person may also be taking notes to help.

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Just finished the novel “Boy Robot” by Simon Curtis.


It’s full of queer characters that I’ve been searching for. Since I started questioning my sexuality, I desperately looked for books that had relatable characters. Not necessarily a story about coming out, but one where being queer is normalized. It just is. This is the book I needed 3 years ago. A book that made me feel like a normal person. It’s not focused on romance and sex like so many other queer books are. It comes up, but it’s not the focus.

That aside, it’s amazing! Action, character development, suspense, mystery, the feels! The first half of each chapter is about the main character, Isaak, and the second half is somebody else’s story and hardships. The emotions it will make you feel! Please, read this book! Or pass it on to someone you know that may need it.