“It makes me laugh. I’m gonna live forever because of Friends.”

Out of all the Friends documentaries I’ve seen, this one is by far the coolest! It actually goes behind the scenes and shows the process of putting together a half hour episode: filming, editing, sound effects, music. It never crossed my mind about that process or how long it takes.

(Side note: I would’ve killed to see one of the episodes live!!)

barclager  asked:

Actually it wouldn't be too bad of an idea if you wrote an actual guide on Hansol, you could even make it into a rly cool video

I cannot edit for shit bar. i could make an intro to ji hansol  just before his debut. would anyone want that??? please let me know 


I aspire to be this cool.

Fairy pigeons?

edit: for those concerned about the colorful birds, I was able to find this:

They are dyed and fed a special diet. These are pigeons located in Pearl City Hawaii and the Humane society has certified that they are treated humanely and are not in any danger from the process that changes their coloring. Their keeper (Doug Beter) has been recognized by the humane society for his best practices and his care for the birds.

Why is it that whenever I actually go out is when the internet fills up with great content?
—  A Ravenclaw who’s life is basically YouTube and Tumblr
My mom visited a Sherlock Cafe -- Jealousy ensues

Okay so– my mom (who is a pretty big BBC Sherlock fan even though she tries to stay low-key about it) is in China right now for work purposes and she happened upon a BBC Sherlock cafe and I just??

What –


Holy shit?? She sent me so many photos of the place and I am in LITERAL agony

LOTS more under the cut because ho boy….there is a lot. 

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How to learn languages by being lazy

So, today I’m gonna talk about how I learned 7 languages (English, Spanish, French, German, ASL, Libras, LSM) by being lazy as f**ck.

The first thing you need to understand is that you need to put your target language on your routine just as your native language. Then, here we go.

• Listen
Just as your native language, it’s very important to listen every single day on the language you’re learning. You can totally do it by listening to a song or a podcast itself.

• Talk
Make native or fluent friends in your TL (you can use apps/sites as Lingbe, Tandem, Interpals) and speak to them, sending audios and texts. A great way to practice almost everyday in a really cool way.

• Play
Playing games it’s also a awesome way: you’ll become kinda addicted to it, then yay, you’re practicing it everyday in a entertaining mode. This can give you hella vocabulary too.

• Read
Reading books (short stories on Wattpad can be great), quotes, newspaper and magazines is a good option as well.

• Watch

I’m pretty sure you love to watch TV shows, TV programs, videos on YouTube, so why not watch all of it in your target language?

You can totally watch your favorite program/tv show dubbed, cool videos and etc.

Tip: if you have Netflix, change the idiom of your profile and pum, it’ll appears lots and lots of movies and tv shows in that language. If you don’t, you can just search on YouTube the movie title that it’ll show.

• Write

Writing a diary (what happened in your day, how you’re feeling…) or stories or poems in your TL can help a lot too. Don’t worry about grammar or vocabulary mistakes, just write, you should do the corrections later.

These are general topics, there may be things that aren’t in your native language routine, so you can also modify this.

I hope this helps you guys, any doubts you can totally ask me! Greetings from Brazil! :)

Anthony Kiedis with Everly Bear Kiedis

RHCP - Go Robot

Papa Bear and Baby Bear 😍