same thing yo

People saying using refs is cheating is like asking too many questions makes you dumb like no fuck you, it’s how we learn things smh

The antis and a lot of people always say that Jack is getting glorified all the time. But srsly the only thing I read in the r76 tag is “Jack is an asshole blablabla” and a lot of hate in general towards our grumpy dad.

It’s really hard not to see the parallels between Jaime giving Brienne his sword & waving her off at Riverrun and Jon giving Sansa the North & getting waved off

sangwoowee  asked:

People go into depth though with chapters... jesus fucking christ. it's like "SO I THINK THEY ARE BOTH SUFFERING FROM _____ DISORDER... SANGWOO HAS NO TASTE BUDS.... THE LAUNDRY POWDER SANGWOO USES MUST BE _____ BECAUSE -" like for fucks sake just ENJOY IT

I find it particularly funny because last Q&A, majority of Koogi’s answers could be summed up with a nonchalant “It’s not that deep” and I feel like any writer (or artists in general) can relate to that.
Move On, a dangan ronpa kibou no gakuen to zetsubou no koukousei fanfic | FanFiction

Five days in, but I finally managed to get something done for @hinanami-week. It’s a bit on the angsty side, but it’s Future-themed, so I hope it still fits.

Also @shsl-shipper-gamer-fangirl probably doesn’t remember, but this was a prompt we discussed like forever ago. I actually did it!


…c…cómo consiguieron estas cosas sin que los matara


TMR Meme: 2 quotes quotes I don’t see giffed enough

Some basic Japanese I know

I’ve decided to just do this cause why not? I’ll also put what they mean and what they stand for, and how they’re used in speech.

Hello & Greetings

  1. Ohaiyo (おはいよ) — means “good morning” and is used from the time you get up until 11am.
  2. Ohaiyogozaimasu (おはいよございます) — used on people you want to impress, means the same thing as “ohaiyo”.
  3. Konnichiwa (こんいちわ)— means “good afternoon” and is used from 11am to 6pm. The abbreviation in “koncha”, which is mainly used among young Japanese girls and sounds like “koncha”, because children often tend to speak fast.
  4. Konbanwa (こんばんわ) — means “good evening” and is used from 6pm until the time you go to bed.
  5. Moshi Moshi (もし もし)— used strictly on the phone.
  6. Yoroshiku (よろしく) — something like “give me your best regards”.
  7. Yoroshikuonegaishimasu — ^^
  8. Ossu (おっす)— used by “tough guys”, and means mostly the same thing as the English “yo”. Other ways that it is said is ussu (うっす) / wissu (うぃっす),and is used anytime of the day, but still mostly between guys.
  9. Domo (ども) — (yes, this is the “domo” from “domo arigato mister roboto”) means “hello”.
  10. Yo (よ) — same as the English “yo”, but drawn out a bit more. You can also stick “yo” at the back of a sentence, kind of like making a verbal exclamation point.
  11. Yaa — ^^

Bye & Farewells

  1. Sayounara (さようなら) — means “goodbye” or “farewell”.
  2. Mata ne (また ね)— means “see you”.
  3. Mata ashita (また あした) — means “see you tomorrow”.

Happy Birthday

~Tanjyoubi omedeto (たんじょうび おめでと) — means “happy birthday”. ~

Suffixes/Subtitles (names)

  1. -san — means “Mrs.” or “mister” and is used on girls once they graduate from middle school or junior high, and used on guys when they graduate from highschool. It basically shows maturity.
  2. -chan — the default for young children and young girls.
  3. -sensei — means “teacher” and can be used by itself, it doesn’t always have to be at the end of a name. It can be used on doctors, artists, manga artists, etc.
  4. -sama — used to show extreme respect for someone.
  5. -kun — mainly used for younger males or boys, or any age of male.

Being Polite

  1. Gomen nasai (ごめんあさい) — means “I’m sorry”.
  2. Gomen (ごめん) — means “sorry”.
  3. Sumimasen (すみません) — means “excuse me”.
  4. Onegai shimasu (おねがい します) — means “please”.
  5. Douzo (どうぞ)— means “please”, but used when to encourage someone.
  6. Osaki ni douzo (おさき に どうぞ) — means “after you, please”.
  7. Arigato (ありがと) — means “thank you”.
  8. Arigatogozaimasu (ありがちございます) — means “thank you very much”.
  9. Arigato gozaimashita (ありがと ございました)— means “thank you” if you want to thank them in the past.
  10. Dou itashi mashite (どう いたし まして) — means “you’re welcome”.
  11. Iie (いいえ) — means “no worries”.
  12. Tondemo arimasen (とんでも ありません)— means “don’t mention it”.

Commonly Used

  1. Yoi (よい) — means “good”.
  2. Warui (わりう) — means “bad”.
  3. Hotto (ひっと)— means “hot”.
  4. Samui (さむい)— means “cold”.
  5. Hakkan (はっかん) — means “sweating”.
  6. Tōketsu (とぇつ) — means “freezing”.
  7. Ni tentō (に てんと) — means “come on in”.
  8. Sore wa, ōpun desu (それ わ、おぷん です) — means “its open”.
  9. Yōkoso (よこし) — means “welcome”.
  10. Raito o onnishite kudasai (らいと お おんいして ください) — means “turn on the light please”.
  11. Doawasoshimeru (だおわおそしまる) — means “close the door”.
  12. Nani (何) — means “what”?
  13. Kawaii (かわいい) — means “cute”.
  14. Sugoi (すごう) — means “cool”, but when used by a non-Japanese person, means “please kick me in the crotch”.
  15. Nani o shitai nodesu ka (なに お したい のです か) — means “what do you want to do”.
  16. Watashi wa taikutsuda (わたし わ たいくつだ) — means “I’m bored”.
  17. Eigo o hanasemasu ka? (えいご お はなせます?) — means “do you know how to speak English?”.
  18. Anata wa ni hongobo hanasa nodesu ka? (あなた わ に ほんごぼ はなさ のです か?) — means “do you know how to speak Japanese?”
  19. Asaikudesu (あさいくです) — means “amazing”.
  20. Baka (ばか) — means “idiot”.
  21. Orokana (おろかな) — means “stupid”.
  22. Emi (えみ) — means “lol”.

Sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo yeah! long post, but w/e. If anything is wrong, message me and i’ll add it/fix it! Okay, bye-bye-be~!


glad to be here.


i was tagged by the beautiful @kaurou and @snowpipercy to do the six selfies of 2016 challenge! alternately titled I Only Took Six Good Selfies This Year 

i tag: @bananannabeth , @hamabee , @annaveth , @leovaldelf , @underwaterplantfriend , @softpercy, @reyxa , and @hellevesque ! and anyone else who wants to do this!!

i hope you all had an amazing year <33