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5 months ago on a road trip to Georgia a Turkish couple gave Ayşe teyze, a Turkish woman in her 60s, a free ride to Rize. The couple later realized she left her camera inside their car so they decided to turn on the camera to see if there’s a way they could return it to its owner and thats when they found Ayşe Teyze’s photographs taken while traveling around the world. They shared these photos on Facebook. Ayşe Teyze’s photos were soon everywhere on social media. Earlier this week the couple finally found Ayşe Teyze and returned her camera. During their conversation Ayşe Teyze said she’s been to 25 countries and described herself as a “free spirited girl”.

so. last night i dreamt that the voltron twitter account posted a picture of the team sitting together in a circle, talking and laughing and having a good time, with lance and keith across each other, smiling, all while lance’s jacket was casually draped across keith’s shoulders.

that’s it. there was no caption provided either.

………….. what does it mean

bowiebrilliance: oh my god the story behind this photo is so sweet, the boy is Seth Scholes and he was 11 years old at the time. Scholes wanted to see Bowie live on tour and so he started busking on the streets playing saxophone to pay for a ticket, but due to the media it soon it caught David’s attention and he sent Scholes free tickets and backstage passes to jam with him and his sax player before his show…

Source: Instagram


“You are blinded by the love of the office you hold, Cornelius! You place too much importance, and you always have done, on the so-called purity of blood! You fail to recognize that it matters not what someone is born, but what they grow up to be!" 

— Albus Dumbledore

Re: this piece of a review I received from a ‘guest’ on Hiraeth.

‪First of all, I never ignore reviews. I read every single piece of feedback I’m lucky enough to receive and take each review to heart, whether it be positive, negative, or critical. None are ever simply disregarded. 

To all who have ever spared the time to write a review for one of my stories, a chapter, etc., if I fail to respond personally to you, please know it is not because I am ungrateful or don’t have anything to say in return. I am never ignoring you. But due to the volume of reviews I am privileged enough to receive, it can be difficult to reply to everyone on both FFNet and Twitter, as well as Tumblr. I love sharing my work with all of you, I love hearing your thoughts and opinions, but there is just not enough time in the day for me to answer every single review, message, and tweet every single time. I hope you can forgive me for that.‬

‪Secondly, say what you will about my work - you’re entitled to disagree with how I write a character or how I handle a situation in a story. You’re free to love my fics, to hate them. I will always respect the varying opinions, but please refrain from assuming my reactions to the feedback I receive. 

‪Thirdly, to this reviewer specifically, as well as others who tend to leave me more descriptive responses, reviewing as a “guest” does not exactly allow me the opportunity to converse with you in the first place. I respect your anonymity and you are welcome to review however you are most comfortable, but if you insist on my reply, having an actual way to be answered is rather necessary.‬

‪Finally, I simply wanted to take this opportunity to say that I so greatly appreciate anyone who has ever read anything of mine. Your time, support, and feedback are so indescribably valuable to me and I will never overlook how lucky I am to have you reading my work. I have grown so much as a writer over these last few years and it is because of the opportunities fanfiction has given me, it’s because of you. Please never doubt that. ‬

‪x R‬


(170328) @subkultureent: dear shawols,

we just wanted to take the time to say thank you for making shinee world v in usa 2017 such a successful tour all around. although we brought shinee to the u.s. twice last year for the fanmeets, this was the first time ever that the group was able to perform on stage for its u.s. shawols as part of a full solo concert.

for some fans, shinee is the first group that introduced them to k-pop, and many more have walked this 9-year long journey with the group since the beginning. we know that a good number of u.s. shawols waited years to finally see the members perform live in concert, so seeing your enthusiasm, smiles, and tears of joy on the day of the shows was such a great gift to us as the company hosting this tour.

we want to thank the crowds in dallas and la for your unmatched passion and energy throughout the entire show. it was a full house at 6,000+ in each city, our biggest crowd yet, and the u.s. shawols did an amazing job at showing shinee all the love they can possibly show. the members were amazed by the overwhelming response.

thank you also to the five shining members of shinee, s.m. entertainment, dream maker entertainment, #shineeworldinusa crew and staff, venue / security staff, and our volunteers / street team. everyone played a huge role in making this tour one for the books.

thank you all again, and we hope to see you at our next tour in may! <3

the subk team


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