Tom Holland and his Spidey costume bring smiles to an Atlanta children’s hospital

Tom Holland already charmed Marvel audiences with his youthful portrayal of Spider-Man in Captain American: Civil War this spring. But his recent visit to Atlanta’s Egleston Children’s Hospital will really melt fans into puddles. 
The 20-year-old actor posted photos of his visit to Instagram, where he wrote, “Meeting you all today was such a wonderful experience and you’re all such little inspirations. We’re proud of you and we love and we hope to be back soon.”

Holland, the youngest of the recent spate of Spider-Man actors, looked right at home in his new superhero role as he chatted with kids and even cradled a newborn. 
Tsukiuta SS 22 August 2016

Translated by hana-megane | Proof by ironclaw

Part 12

☆Irregular Fortune Telling☆
Shun: Today’s lucky one is October; April, be careful

Iku: We’re staying at the hotel at our outdoor work location since early morning today. The sound of staying at a hotel for work is cool and it makes my heart pound in excitement.  …does that make me sound childish (laughs)

knock knock

Iku: Yes?
Arata: Ikkun Ikkun, let’s explore the hotel (fidgets fidgets)
He’s 20 years old

☆Arata’s unluckiness?☆
Arata: Amazing, this hotel is in Tokyo but it has hot springs~!


Arata: It’s so spacious! But it’s closed at 10pm! How unfortunate! Well then shall we go to the bar? Shall we go to the bar?
Iku: Arata-san, calm down. Besides, I’m still underage so I can’t go to the bar with you. Calm down


Hello ToppKlass~! This might be a little late and without any idea on what to do but here it goes!

•My name is Andrea, I am Salvadoran 🇸🇻 and I live in the US 🇺🇸
•My main languages are English and Spanish
• I’m a 20 year old college student majoring in Bio🤓
• I tend to keep to myself most of the time, I have a really hard time talking to new people I never know how to respond, I tend to be antisocial but that just comes from my having a hardtime with ppl (and isn’t that ironic when my job requires me to constantly speak to strangers? 😅)
• My introduction to the Kpop world was in March over Spring Break through reaction videos that eventually led to the western names video of TD, after which I was gone deep into the greatness that is ToppDogg. TD is the first group that I hardcore stan, before them I never really was a hardcore fan of any music artist I just always liked select sobgs from different artists. What made me fall in love with them was their genuine personalities as well as their amazing talent, the fact that they’re all outrageously good looking is just a bonus 😏

“Never, ever, pick up a hitchhiker.”

So this was told to me by an old family friend, Nicki, numerous times as a kid growing up, as one of those “life advice stories” to keep in mind through the years. And to her credit, I have never forgotten it. Whenever anything associated with hitchhiking comes up it always springs to mind and probably always will. Makes me a bit ill whenever I think about it actually.

So Nicki, who grew up at the same time as my dad so this was about early 80’s I believe, was a young woman in her mid 20’s. She’s one of those real kindhearted souls, always willing to help v out in a time of need, you know? And I can’t imagine her being anything other than that when she was younger so I totally see her doing this too.

So, driving into the city (about a two hour or so drive out from town) She saw a man walking down the side of the road. As she neared he turned and, in typical hitchhiker manner, stuck out the ol’ arm and thumb. Nicki, bless her heart, pulled over and asked him if he needed any help.

She told me that he was really polite, if not a bit shy, when he asked for a lift into the city. Nicki gave a smile and popped open the passenger door for the guy, who tossed his bag into the back seat and buckled up for the ride ahead.

They talked pleasantly for most of the trip. About friends, the news, etc. you know, happy small talk. She felt that they were getting on really well and even bought him dinner at the pit stop a little over halfway there. She says he seemed really flustered and awkward when she paid, but one of the things they had talked about was money and how he was pretty dang strapped for cash. Which was why he was hitchhiking in the first place. But he eventually relented and they went on their way.

As soon as they got into the city he thanked her profusely for the ride and the food and asked to be dropped off once they hit downtown. Before getting out he asked for Nicki’s phone number so he could contact her someday and catch up. Thrilled at the prospect of knowing how her new friend was faring, Nicki wrote it down for him and drove off with the warm feeling of a good deed done.

Now I’m sorry if you were expecting something creepy to have happened by now, but I think this is what freaked me out so much as a kid; how nice everything seemed to have worked out. Nicki gets this crease in her forehead and a funny look in her eye when she tells me the next part. How a week later she got a phone call from her “driving buddy.” He didn’t let her get a word in edgewise after ‘hello’ and told her- 'that she should thank god that she was raised so nice, because when he first got in her car he was planning on raping and murdering her once they got to that pit stop. That he was going to steal that car and dump her body in a ditch further down the road and go on his merry way. But after she talked with him so kindly, and treated him to dinner with a smile on her face- He couldn’t bring himself to do it. He didn’t think that he could live with himself after doing that to such a nice lady. And to please, please, Nicki please: Never. Ever. Pick up another hitch hiker.’

Then he hung up the phone.

Nicki never got a call from him again, when she tried re-dialing the number she got a payphone.

And so, Mr. Hitchhiker, I know I’m never going to meet you. Because I’m going to listen to the advice you gave your driving buddy and never. Ever. Pick up a hitchhiker.
(unknown source)

Sunrise Solstice over Stonehenge | APOD
Image Credit & Copyright: Max Alexander, STFC, SPL

Explanation: Today the Sun reaches its northernmost point in planet Earth’s sky. Called a solstice, the date traditionally marks a change of seasons – from spring to summer in Earth’s Northern Hemisphere and from fall to winter in Earth’s Southern Hemisphere. The featured image was taken during the week of the 2008 summer solstice at Stonehenge in United Kingdom, and captures a picturesque sunrise involving fog, trees, clouds, stones placed about 4,500 years ago, and a 4.5 billion year old large glowing orb. Even given the precession of the Earth’s rotational axis over the millennia, the Sun continues to rise over Stonehenge in an astronomically significant way.