solid jumps

Poor Yurio can’t catch a break, even over long distance video calls (Viktor you act oblivious but we all know otherwise)

“I’ll see you tomorrow,” she says as he walks backwards toward the railing, tugging her by her hands to follow.

I know this part was one line but you can bet your sweet bippy I absolutely l LOVED it
(from the hella good fic Heartstrings by @taylordraws read it, love it, live it)

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“He became a defender that was feared. He crunched into tackles, he attacked the ball better than anyone I’ve ever seen but as he will tell you with a smile, he could also play with the ball too, which made him complete & a great defender. Manchester United miss him now & so will football.” - Rio Ferdinand.

Top 20 Movies of 2014

1. Boyhood 

2. Whiplash

3. Nightcrawler

4. Selma 

5. Birdman

6. Gone Girl

7. Foxcatcher

8. Top Five 

9. Snowpiercer 

10. The Imitation Game

11. Inherent Vice

12. The Babadook

13. Guardians of The Galaxy

14. 22 Jump Street

15. Interstellar 

16. X-Men: Days Of Future Past

17. Captain America: The Winter Solider 

18. Big Hero 6

19. The Lego Movie 

20. John Wick 

That feel when all you want to do is sleep, but there’s a spider the size of your goddamn fist waiting for you in your bed; a spider the size of your goddamn fist that can also jump a solid half meter, and it is resisting all attempts to remove it.

~Just Australian Things

I remember that as a kid (around 8-12 years old I think) I had a dream about a magical river with a hidden treasure on it, and being the kid I was I went to the river with a bunch of friends. And responsible adults, of course.

So we went in a boat in a really small river (the boat could float there only because dream logic) and we suddenly see a golden shine so we go there. When we get close enough we saw it was a giant bell made of solid gold, so somebody jumped to grab the bell (because dream logic again, there was no way a single person could take that giant piece of shit) when the sky turned dark, we started feeling a cold breeze but didn’t care about it because we all wanted to get the treasure, but we started to worry when the water level started to rise and it started to generate streams which went towards the bell. At this point the bell started to make omnious bell sounds and the person was dragged by the water flow to the inside of it, we never saw him again.

Turns out, there was never a treasure and the bell was a man-eating monster which used the water to drag it’s victims to it, and I don’t know how the hell the treasure legend started.

Even today, that bell is the most disturbing thing I’ve dreamed about.

anonymous asked:

so i started watching The Flash (and also playing Injustice on my ps4) and I think i love barry lol do u have any good comic recs for someone just starting out with the flash?

ah dang okay so like, i’ve only recently started reading the comics (like, over the summer) and i’ve only read the nu52 & beyond

but !! i think the nu52 is a pretty solid jumping on point. Volumes 1-5 by buccellato and manapul are great, but avoid the jensen & venditti run. It’s horrendous. skip that and go straight to josh williamson’s rebirth

the flash reddit also has a list of recommended reading

Thinking Errors of Depression

All-or-Nothing Thinking (Black-and-White Thinking)

You think in black and white terms; there are no gray areas. This type of thinking is unrealistic because things are seldom all or nothing, good or bad.

Overgeneralization
You assume that a one-time negative occurrence will happen again and again. You use words like “always” or “never” to make generalizations.

Mental Filter
You focus exclusively on negative details and ignore anything positive. Since you are filtering out the positives, you see the entire situation as negative.

Disqualifying the Positive
You turn positives into negatives by insisting they “don’t count.” This allows you to maintain your negative outlook despite positive experiences.

Jumping to Conclusions
In the absence of solid evidence, you jump to a negative conclusion. There are two types of this: “mind reading” and the “fortune teller error.”

Mind Reading
You assume that you know what someone else is thinking. You are so convinced that the person is having a negative reaction to you, you don’t even take the time to confirm your guess.

The Fortune Teller Error
You act as a fortune teller who only predicts the worst for you. You then treat your unrealistic prediction as if it were a proven fact.

Magnification (Catastrophizing) or Minimization
You magnify negative things, blowing their importance out of proportion. The outcome of an event appears catastrophic to you.
You minimize positive things, shrinking down their significance. You make good experiences out to be smaller than they are.

Emotional Reasoning
You take your emotions as proof of the way things really are. You assume something is true because you feel it is.

“Should” Statements
You build your expectations with “shoulds,” “musts,” and “oughts.” When you don’t follow through, you feel guilty. When others disappoint you, you feel angry and resentful.

Labeling and Mislabeling
You label yourself or someone else, rather than just identifying the behavior.
You mislabel an event by using inaccurate and emotionally extreme language.

Personalization
You take responsibility for things that you don’t have control over. You feel guilty because you assume a negative event is your fault.

@ all eventers:

Have u guys seen that post that basically summarises that we are egotistical horse abusers bc we make our horses jump solid objects, when they don’t realise the consequences of what a fall could do. So basically we event for our ego and for the adrenaline rush. Ur right I love abusing horses ty for tearing my beloved sport apart!!!!

An Inkhibitor is a device that primarily functions to prevent an Inkling from changing form. It is usually clipped around the neck or above the tentacle club. If the Inkhibitor senses the Inkling’s molecular structure shifting, it automatically administers a powerful electrical shock, forcing them to remain solid. It prevents super-jumping and hiding in ink. The collar can also be used to shock them remotely if they misbehave. It remains closed with a very strong magnetic locking system.   

Sticky cuffs are used the same way handcuffs are, but Inklings and other invertebrates present a unique challenge when it comes to restraining them. With no bones it would be easy to slip one’s hands out of cuffs, even very narrow ones. Sticky cuffs are made of stiff rubber and adhere to the skin so strongly that they must be chemically dissolved to be removed. Inklings will usually have both their wrists and main tentacles cuffed.  

any time someone makes me art i spend a solid hour jumping up and down and making muffled screaming noises and occasionally dancing because SOMEONE MADE ME ART I AM BLESSED WITH MIRACLES