thanks yahoo

hey so hypothetical question just wondering here. if i changed my url to lesbianmichaelchu (AGAIN just hypothetically, speaking) like. would him finding out and reporting me for defamation of character be a possibility? just curious. thanks yahoo answers

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Erich: “Who is she?”
Tim: “I have no idea”
I need Téa every day for the rest of my life(x)

anonymous asked:

What website do you order your merch from? Im looking for some Otayuri stuff. Also: do you know of artists who sell Otayuri keychains and prints? Thanks! ♡

Otamart, yahoo! japan auctions, and amiami are my main sources for merch!

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GiGi doodles, since she has a new outfit and is actually wearing it. (Plus shoes, even! This is a Big Deal.)

It’s weird; I’ve had multiple versions of her in the past, but this is the one that nearly makes me cry every time I play with her, because she’s just so wonderful. It doesn’t help that I’ve been meaning to get a dress set from this designer for years, either, and finally have one.

Thanks, Volks, for making such a pretty sculpt! Thanks, Yahoo!Japan seller, for letting her go at a great price! Thanks, @meggilu, for doing such a fantastic job with her faceup! Thanks, world! ;o; <3

Yahoo Mail Update: Never Guess Who’s Calling or Email Yourself a Photo Again

By Michael Albers, VP, Product Management

Get excited! Two unique features are coming to Yahoo Mail: Caller ID and photo upload.

We’ve all been there – letting a call from an unknown number go to voicemail, only to realize it was the person you were just emailing. Or sitting down at your laptop to send photos to friends and remembering they’re stuck on your phone. Now, thanks to the Yahoo Mail app, you’ll never have to guess who’s calling or email yourself a photo again.

Ready to upgrade your inbox? Update your Yahoo Mail app today and read on to learn more.

Whose phone number is this? Never ask again….

Our new Caller ID feature will show you who’s calling, even if the number isn’t saved in your phone. How? Simple. Yahoo Mail uses contact information from your emails. If you’re like most of our users, you have at least 200 phone numbers sitting in your email. Now, your contact’s name will surface with the call; and Yahoo Mail will update names in your call history or when you dial. Mystery solved.

To enable this feature on your iPhone (iOS 10 and above), simply go to Settings > Phone > Call Blocking & Identification, toggle the switch for Yahoo Mail, and voilà!

Access your mobile photos instantly on your desktop.

With the new photo upload feature, we’re bridging the gap between your phone and desktop to make photo sharing seamless. Once the feature is enabled, your recent camera roll photos will be instantly available when accessing your Yahoo Mail account on desktop. You’ll also be able to search your mobile photos easily in the sidebar thanks to Yahoo’s image recognition technology. For example: searching for “beach”, “ocean”, or “snow” will pull up relevant photos from your recent trips.

We know you’re going to love this new feature! Here’s how to enable it: Just open the Yahoo Mail app on iOS or Android, go to Settings > Photo upload, and tap the “Upload photos” toggle.

And don’t worry – these photos are only visible to you and the people you decide to send them to. Additionally, you can remove any photo directly from Yahoo Mail without affecting your camera roll. Have questions? Check out this FAQ.

Consider for a moment that our inboxes have become a place where all of our life’s details are captured and stored. With smarter contacts and better photo-sharing, we’re helping you take full advantage of your inbox!

Make sure to update your Yahoo Mail app in in the App Store (iOS 4.13) and Google Play (Android 5.13) to enjoy these features today.

Access The Yahoo Mail App Now with Any Email Address

By Josh Jacobson, Senior Director of Product Management

Staying on top of things on a daily basis isn’t easy. The Yahoo Mail app team is always looking to create new features that help people stay organized – from customizable swipes and people-only notifications, to our recently announced top search results. These features have helped make reading, organizing and sending emails easier than ever, and our users have thanked us by making Yahoo Mail one of the top-rated email apps for iOS and Android. Today, we’re giving more people the opportunity to experience the Yahoo Mail app, without having to switch to a brand new email address. Now, you can use the app with your Gmail, Outlook or AOL email address.

Read on to learn more about this update and some of the Yahoo Mail features you can start enjoying today. You’re on your way to a more organized life!

So, how does it work? From the welcome screen, tap your email provider, use your Gmail, Outlook or AOL email address to create a Yahoo account, and give Yahoo permission to sync your email messages in the Mail app. Immediately start enjoying an organized inbox experience.

The Yahoo Mail app has a number of unique features, and below are just a few that you can start taking advantage of today:

  • Relevant search results: Spend less time searching for the emails you need. Now, when you search your email using a keyword, we’ll highlight the most relevant messages.
  • People-only notifications: Get notified only when you receive a new email from a person, not companies or newsletters.
  • Customizable swipes: Choose which action appears when you swipe left or right on a message, including delete, archive, move and more.
  • Contacts: Yahoo Mail displays comprehensive, editable contact cards, powered by Xobni, that detect all the email addresses and phone numbers associated with that person. We also pull photos from Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook, so you’ll see great images from senders more often.
  • Personalized themes and stationery: Make your inbox more personalized with custom themes and your notes more modern with stationery from Paperless Post.
  • Ditch your password:  Never stress about remembering your password again. Enable Account Key for secure, password-free sign in.
  • Multiple mailbox management: If you already have a Yahoo email account, you can easily connect and manage email accounts from Gmail, Outlook.com, Hotmail and AOL.

The new Yahoo Mail app is available in the App Store (iOS 4.15) and Google Play (Android 5.15). Check it out and let us know what you think — just go to Settings and tap “Send Feedback.”

  • Griffin: But this Yahoo was sent in by Amelie Belcher, thanks Amelie. It's by Yahoo Answers user-
  • Justin, cutting him off in a high-pitched voice: Amelie?
  • Griffin: What was that?
  • Justin: That's my impression of Amelie-
  • Griffin: From the movie Amelie?
  • Justin says 'Amelie' again
  • Travis: That's not an impression...
  • Griffin: It's about a young girl who can only say her own name.
  • Justin in the same voice: I cook an egg with a spoon, Amelie!
  • Griffin, laughing: She cook an egg with a spoon?
  • Travis: Jesus.
  • Justin: Fall in love again with me, Amelie, now on DVD. You miss that new relationship so maybe fall in love with me, Amelie! Don't look for me on Blu-ray, I'm not on Blu-ray yet. I'm on DVD. I'm too small to fit on the Blu-ray, they lose me; I am Amelie! I'm hiding near the spindle, I am Amelie! This laser disc is gigantic, I am on the edge of it.
  • Griffin is absolutely dying of laughter in the background
  • Justin: Helloooo! It is like a plate for my egg dinner. Delicious! I am Amelie! I am inside your pocket, you have enough money to buy my DVD!
  • Griffin: You have to stop, or it'll be the whole show!
  • Justin: I miss VHS tapes because I would get in the little holes and spin around.
  • Travis: Is Amelie a borrower? What's going on?
  • Justin: Yes, I live in a hole with a mice king. I'm married to the mice king. My staff is a lollipop, Amelie!