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Movie Tattoo Flash Paintings by Quyen Dinh -ParlorTattooPrints

Imagine Chanyeol telling his members that he’d like to make friends with BTS. They’re in the middle of partying and bobbing their heads to the lyrics while seated at an awards concert. Chanyeol sees BTS across from them, and they look like fun people, so he announces this to his members. They all give him shocked faces before bursting out in opposition.

“But you’ll hang out with them instead of us!”

“Rapmon might raise your IQ, so where does that leave me?!”

“You’ll listen to mama Jin instead of your mama Suho!”

Chanyeol starts to defend his decision when Kyungsoo pulls on his sleeve and says solemnly, “They aren’t like us, Chanyeol. They’re hip-hop. They’re dark and moody. They’re not our type of people.”

Chanyeol just shakes them off., gets up from his seat, and approaches BTS’s table slowly. As he gets closer, they all turn to him, their smiles still on their faces but cautiously pasted on. “H-hey.”

“Hey.” Rapmon nods. They all exchange a look before going back to their previous activities. J-Hope twists in his seat, giggling and trying to pinch Jimin’s earlobe. Jimin ignores J-Hope, swatting him his hand away. He laughs and pats Jungkook’s shoulder to get his attention every few seconds, pointing wildly at the stage, while Jungkook laughs lightly and repeatedly says, “Cool it, hyung, I get it I get it.” Suga and Jin are whispering to each other and giving their members judging looks, with Rapmon occasionally nodding in agreement.

And Taehyung. Chanyeol wrinkles his brow as he stares down at Taehyung, who’s piling all the napkins together and pouring packets of salt into the center. He opens his mouth to ask, but Taehyung notices him and beats him to it.

“It’s an offering.” Chanyeol’s eyes widen at Baekhyun’s lookalike. Taehyung adds, “It must be done at every ceremony or else the aliens shall be confused and believe the noise is a beacon for help. This tells them that all is well.”

Chanyeol waves them all goodbye and returns to his seat. When his members ask him how it turned out, he looks from member to member.
A single tear rolls down Chanyeol’s eye. “I have found my people,” he whispers.


I have gained massive respect for roxxxy Andrews. I despised her on her season because of her hatred towards jinkx. I was definitely not rooting for her for Allstars. Now she has gained a new fan. Her professionalism shined so much the first episode and she has definitely realized that the had done something wrong and now she is back with a whole new attitude and I love it!


13. Hyuna (4MINUTE) | Actress 

12. Yoona (Girls’ Generation) | Chef

11. Ravi (VIXX) | Bodyguard 

10. Woohyun (INFINITE) | Chef Or Athelete 

9. D.O (EXO) | Chef 

8. Jisung | Baseball Player

7. Shim Sung Rok | Basketball Player

6. Minho (SHINee) | Professional Soccer Player

5. Xiumin (EXO) | Architect 

4. Song Hye Kyo | Figure Skater 

3. Dongwoo (INFINITE) | Doctor

2. Eunwoo (ASTRO) | Judge

1. Yoo Jae Suk | Diplomat 


[ENG] 150719 Chess Musical Mini Fanmeeting - Fancam (Key)
Watch here | Credit: Hannah Lau


The evolution of Theodora. Tagged by crystallight10 This is me over the past four years. 19 after seeing the motherland, 20 at my cousin’s wedding, 21 after chopping off all my hair, and the other day when I was feelin myself a lil. I think I’m comin along just fine two-wangclan b-e-williams onlyblackgirl 2jam4u let’s go y’all 🙈😆


Poor Taemin’s Mike pack kept falling off over and over again during Why So Serious performance, but if you watched the front view, you would have hardly noticed it, he did so well keeping up with the choreography. I didn’t notice it until I watched this side view recording

Mnet 20’s Choice 130718

So currently the Indian YA lit is not exactly sneak-to-the-dinner-table-to-read stay-up-all-night-coz-i-couldn’t-keep-this-book-down kinda material, but there are a few books totally worth reading and absolutely amazing. 

These are just a few of them: @introvertedbookworm24 

Those Pricey Thakur Girls  - Anuja Chauhan

In a sprawling bungalow on New Delhi’s posh Hailey Road, Justice Laxmi Narayan Thakur and his wife Mamta spend their days watching anxiously over their five beautiful (but troublesome) alphabetically named daughters; the Judge’s favorite (though fathers shouldn’t have favorites): the quietly fiery Debjani, champion of all the stray animals on Hailey Road, who reads the English news on DD and clashes constantly with crusading journalist Dylan Singh Shekhawat, he of shining professional credentials but tarnished personal reputation, crushingly dismissive of her state-sponsored propaganda, but always seeking her out with half-sarcastic, half-intrigued dark eyes.  

Spot-on funny and toe-curlingly sexy, Those Pricey Thakur Girls is rom-com specialist Anuja Chauhan writing at her sparkling best.

For someone who mostly reads the Harry Potter, Percy Jackson kinda genre, everyone was surprised when I recommended this book. Smart, sass, romace, drama; this one’s an intelligent chick-lit.

Mahashweta - Sudha Murty


Anupama’s fairytale marriage to Anand falls apart when she discovers a white patch on her foot and learns that she has leukoderma. Mahashweta is an inspiring story of courage and resilience in a world marred by illusions and betrayals. This poignant tale offers hope and solace to the victims of the prejudices that govern society even today.

Anupama finds that she is her own hero.


Gently Falls The Bakula - Sudha Murty

Gently Falls the Bakula is the story of a marriage that loses its way as ambition and self-interest take their toll. Written nearly three decades ago, Sudha Murty’s first novel remains startlingly relevant in its scrutiny of modern values and work ethics.

The story can seem predictable, but Sudha Murty’s simple language reminds you what is important and the book will leave you determined to be a strong individual.

Rain In The Mountains - Ruskin Bond

There’s a review on the cover of the book that states (and legit summarizes Ruskin Bond’s non-fiction works in a sentence): Reading this collection of short stories, essays, poems and articles is literally like inhaling a lungful of fresh mountain air.

A Book Of Simple Living - Ruskin Bond

This personal diary records the many small moments that constitute a life of harmony-with the self, the natural world, and friends, family and passersby. In these pages, we watch a wild plum blossom and the moon come up between two deodar trees; we hear a redstart whistle and the rain drum on a tin roof; we recognize the aftermath of loss and the consolation of old companions.


There are many more wonderful books, I’m sure, not mentioned in the the list; the one’s I’ve mentioned are just a few I’ve read and think should be known to more people.