anonymous asked:

I loved the ipecac story. Maybe someone on the other team trying to play a prank on Character A by adding ipecac to his drink but Character B drinks it instead?? For Haikyuu please.

“I’m not the only one who recognizes this as a terrible idea, right?” Kai asked, lurking anxiously behind his two friends. “This is a bad idea. This is spectacularly not a good idea.”

He was used to being the coolest head in their trio. Between Yaku and Kuroo, it was rare for there not to be fireworks. Either they were working with each other or against each other; either way they were a chemical combination, combustible and explosive. Kuroo had ideas that bordered on mad-scientist levels of splendor, and the ambition to match. Yaku had a volatile temper and a wrathful streak a mile wide, but he at least could be trusted to be responsible in most cases.

Keyword: most. This was not one of those times.

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((Hey everyone, Lil update I am quite sick with a fever. Hence this phone sketch, I will probably be able to answer asks again tomorrow but for now I can’t ;^;

However I hope you guys send lots of questions for Mob to answer!!! I really love that we have received so many questions and positivity! And Feel free to send tons of questions still ((Theres only two in the ask box)) So I have tons to reply to when I get back.

I’m really only offline today cause my hands got a bit shaky and I’m dizzy when I sit up. Should be fine by tomorrow.

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The UN has admitted that it played a role in the cholera outbreak in Haiti
By Fiona MacDonald

The United Nations (UN) has finally acknowledged that it played a role in the cholera outbreak in Haiti that began nearly six years ago, and has killed thousands of people, and infected almost 800,000.

The Secretary General of the UN, Ban Ki-moon, admitted for the first time last week that the organisation was involved in starting the outbreak, and “needs to do much more” to fix the problem.

But a confidential internal report obtained by The New York Times took things one step further, concluding that the epidemic “would not have broken out but for the actions of the United Nations”.

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