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707min  asked:

Favorite Jikook moments? ? ? 💖👀 (I love you and your blog !)

Thank you so much, I love you too! I’ll get right into it :) 

1.  We all know about the iconic scene where JK brutally broke apart a Jihope moment. But my favorite thing ever, is how he initially tried a subtle method by nudging Jimin to quit it. It’s just…friends don’t do that. Also,  no one can tell me the nudge was an accident because he put his whole body into it and he wasn’t pushed by anyone

2. Not a specific moment, but I love how Jungkook strikes me as the kind of person to leave an event first,  but yet he’s almost always the last to leave, because Jimin

3. I love the sweet and tender way JK treats Jimin; I don’t see him being this way with the others. Even when he teases him, you could always sense the affection in it

4.I love how Jimin really umps up the cutesy act around JK. Please don’t take this the wrong way, but I think JM/JK have adopted this masculine/feminine dynamic, and it’s beautiful. Interestingly this dynamic didn’t exist during their fetus days…I have my own opinions about this. 

5. The staring. My God the staring! It’s telling how they stare at each other even when the other person isn’t talking or doing anything interesting. This is esp true with JK; JM is more controlled. 

6. I’m also a sucker for jeonlous. My favorite jeonlous moment, the one I believe is irrefutable, happened during that fansign where JM and Namjoon were being all playful, and JK pretended not to hear Jimin call his name twice…even though they were sitting right beside each other…and JM was using a mic (like okay..). The funniest part is how he proceeded to make the coldest heart I’ve ever seen

Sorry for the length. Thanks for the ask! 

alivingfandoomreference  asked:

I dunno if anyone has asked this or thought about this yet— with the sides being cats , if anyone , WHO likes/loves Terrence?? (The last TS vid I watched had Terrence in it) Thx boo!

definitely patton (which is good because terrence loves pat the best). patton rides around terrence’s shoulders and rubs his scent all over him constantly.

virgil likes terrence, too, but because of food. terrence was the first one to be apart of the treats-at-the-door training with virgil, and ever since then virgil trails behind terrence whenever he comes in just begging for treats. just - just give the poor kitty a blueberry, terrence. he wants it.

he won’t shut up just give him the berry terrence he wants you to do it

When I say I almost lost it hearing him say dada for the first time last night. Nothing makes me happier than being a father it’s the little shit. The world is yours King don’t let anyone tell you different

anonymous asked:

Could you write a story where Darvey is together but no one knows yet and there's a gala or some fancy party at PSL and someone (mike, rachel, louis) catch them together in one of their offices? Thank u! I love your stories :)

The Celebration - Rated M.

It was natural, that eventually they’d celebrate the change over. Of Jessica leaving. Of Harvey taking over. Of him taking the reigns.

No less than one calendar year later, the firm was finally standing alone, without the aid of anyone, or anything, and although it was a little late coming in their eyes, the celebration marked the first year of Specter & Litt being a successful business and something to be proud of. 

It had been a hard slog, pulling at every last nerve, but together, as a family, they made it work.

Long gone were the days of anguish and falling under the weight of obstacles being thrown at them.

Donna, in particular, was eager to celebrate. She had been planning this particular party for months. The food, the decorations, the music - a neo-jazz band with a name about town and Harvey’s particular interest - and a shiny new prospective client list for Harvey, Mike and Louis to eagerly sink their teeth into.

Everything had to be especially perfect because the firm was now hers, just as much as it was Harvey’s and Louis’s. She made sure that everything was to the very letter. She had decided to hold the party in the Library and research areas of their main ‘Associate’ floor, which over the past few months had begun to fill more than she’d seen it do in over two years. More and more young Associates, hungry Partners and solid Administration flooded through the doors with every month that passed between Jessica being disbarred and their pact to get the firm back to newer kind of glory.

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I’m writing this here because I write a lot in the universe of Star Trek and Guild Wars and even have my own created worlds that I’ve managed to play around in.  Anyone who follows me should know that a big part of writing for me is music.

One of my musical inspirations died last night.  Gord Downie, the lead singer of the Tragically Hip, died after a long battle with an aggressive and incurable form of brain cancer.

Songs of the Tragically Hip which are graced by the lyrics and poems of Gord Downie have followed me for a very long time.  The very first I heard of this small band from Kingston, Ontario, I was an afternoon drive announcer for CJAR in The Pas, Manitoba.  The song was Blow at High Dough.  This was followed quickly by New Orleans Is Sinking.

Downie wasn’t just a song writer or the lead singer of a band, he was a poet, and a proud Canadian.  The kind of Canadian who could take a look at the country, see our faults and say “we can do better than this.”  His songs reflected the stories of Canada, which included the triumphs and the tragedies.  From Wheatkings to Fifty Mission Cap to Nautical Disaster, the Tragically Hip was quintessential Canadiana.

Downie’s lyrics also had a big impact on my own writing.  Heroes aren’t always perfect, history is most often wrong, and we’ve got a long way to go before we get there. One of the first pieces I wrote was in the superhero genre, taken from one of the Tragically Hip’s Another Roadside Attraction festivals was a line Gord Downie used to introduce the song Fifty Mission Cap.

“This is called Flag on your knapsack.”

Thus, the title for a Canadian superhero came about.  A young Metis French Canadian woman who was the lead guitarist of a Montreal metal band and was the second generation vigilante that dressed in the flag.  I didn’t call the story Canadiene, I called it Flag On My Backpack.

The Hip, as they are often called, also helped give a bit more of a voice to many of my other characters.  Shani Wennemein’s influence didn’t just come from the music of Steve Earle and the Dukes but also from the outspoken activism and the poetry of Gord Downie.  Shani’s ancestry evolved to emulate a part of Canada.  Mohawk, French Canadian, a settler of the territories that would one day become the provinces of Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

Downie has had an influence on my writing and even my own personal life, how I look at not just my own country but the world.  He will be deeply missed.

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Did I Shave My Legs For This?

Today I witnessed men mocking a woman for having hairy legs and underarms. I have something to say about this.

Firstly, the shaving of legs is a new fashion trend. It was done a bit in the 20′s, but honestly, it wasn’t until the forties that anyone gave a damn. Before that, no one saw your legs, because they wee covered in skirts. Men didn’t even know women HAD legs.

Slight exaggeration, but still quite meaningful.

In the last 70 years, men have gone from not knowing and not caring one bit about female body hair, to completely transforming their ideal feminine counterpart into a hairless model. Men like to tout masculinity as being impervious, but I’ll warrant you, you can watch them evolve with the feedback of marketing scams run on their little mammalian brains.

Did Queen Victoria have shaved legs…well, let’s first establish that yes, she did actually have legs. But were they hairless? During her 60-odd year reign, did she employ some servant to come pluck out her hairs?

Did Queen Elizabeth have hairless legs? 44 years of reign, at the time the longest reigning monarch of British history, but no, you’re right. She probably had the Lady of the Royal Chamber rake on a good lather before she went out in her Spanish farthingale.

Did Cleopatra have a straight razor? Did Helen of Troy? These are two women who literally destroyed nations with their beauty and the lust men had for them. Do you think they had shaved legs? What about their underarms?

Now, yes, there were traditions of removing hair. The Roman women, for example, plucked their hair out of their underarms, but I promise you…no one sat about for hours having their legs plucked with tweezers. And if they did, they had a lot of time and money to spare.

Do you know who Boudicca is? She was an Icenian queen during the first century. She led a rebellion against Roman factions at Londinium. 

Famously, she said, “This is done with the resolve of a woman. Men may live as slaves if they wish.”

She leveled three Roman outposts, well-established settlements. And came to Londinium with an army decked out in stolen Roman arms. They razed the city to the ground with fires so thick that an ash layer still exists in the stria of the City of London to this very day. As she rode through the old city on her chariot, with her Roman spear in hand, poised to launch it through the throat of a fleeing patrician, did she pause her assault to wonder…

Did I shave my legs for this?

As the man fell to the ground, choking on his own blood and the ash from the searing fires, do you think he looked up at this queen, this woman defiant and majestic, and thought, “Ye gods, what hirsuit underarms!”

I wonder how many plucked Roman women were trampled by that carriage.

I wonder if Anne Bonny, the notorious pirate ever was mocked by her male crew for having a fluffy undercarriage.

I wonder if when Annie Oakley, at 15, beat her crackshot future husband at a shooting contest, he looked at her little knees and thought, “Not this one. She’s too furry.”

I wonder if Anne Boleyn was beheaded for wearing a pair of furry britches beneath her skirts.

I wonder, if while He suckled as an infant, resplendent in holy fire and divinity, the newborn Jesus Christ, tucked His wee face to the crook of His Virgin Mother’s arm and let out a squeal at the ghastly sight of her unshaven underarms. Or if when He was installing himself in her abdomen, He gave a moment’s pause to think, “Dear Me, what am I doing, shoving myself into this horribly hairy wench?”

The answer to all of these is…No. Of course not, you fucking idiot.

Body hair exists for a reason, you stupid semi-hairless apes. Don’t you ever wonder why you still have it? I will tell you why. It provides necessary warmth, not just with insulation, but with the way your anatomy functions. Air catches the hairs and lifts them, causing a tickle that forces the follicle to swell into goose flesh, warming the skin through motion. It provides protection from the sun. And in the regions where it is thickest, it guards against the elements, keeps out parasites, and keeps your sensitive areas like your eyes, from being drowned in sweat. It even cushions and reduces the likelihood of heat rashes and chafing in the parts of you that touch. Hair is important. It wasn’t just Sampson who gained strength from it.

And I wonder, if while Sampson was laid low, his power sapped, if he looked up at the gorgeous Delilah with her treacherous shears and thought… “Why didn’t she pluck her eyebrows!”

Power is walking into a room with nothing in hand, and doing just fine.

Beauty is standing as you are, but embodying all that is graceful and powerful about the female condition.

And judging a woman on a trend that is younger then my oldest knee-length hemline is an act of such supreme stupidity and transient masculinity that I cannot even describe how ridiculous I find it. But men are the ones who are rational, yes? Men and all their manly manliness are immune to fads and trends and “girly fashion shit”, right, “bruh”?

Women have hair on their bodies same as you. You seem to do just fine wearing yours. Why do you begrudge her hers?

I say we start a new trend, where females begin to harass the worst offenders for having hairy legs. I shan’t be pleased if in 70 years, I am not seeing all men in shorts looking like the backside of a baby from the knee down. I want to see hordes of women tracking down these men who label a type of deception as beauty, and demanding they carve off their top layer of skin and fur. I want to hear these men who cannot see valor, fortitude, strength, and hair as beautiful, squeak when they walk.

And then I want all humans to embrace that which makes them soft and healthy, and stop rewriting history by turning it into one inglorious quest for vanity.

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  • my pure, innocent co-worker who is playing Bioshock for the first time: oh my god I can't believe Ryan killed Atlas' family!!!! How could he do such a thing!!! All Atlas wants is to help the people of Rapture!!1
  • me, an all-knowing seasoned Bioshock garbage can awaiting his dreams to be crushed: yes,,,.., much helpful is Atlas,,,,, he's very,,,, k indly, isn't he,,,..,,,
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If you too feel like recreating an old photo with your dog, here are some to start! I like to look through archive.org for old dog books.

But my personal favourite is this one:

Who Killed Markiplier

This is an analysis of the ‘drunk’ scene. It’s long, so press read more if willing. This won’t include every single scene, especially ones that repeat. Just notable things. Some of the images are hard to see, as they flashed by in short moment, with all the drugged effects, making them hard to decern without motion. I provide a bit of context.

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cutesimmer23  asked:

Ok ,soo let's start . WCIF shirt from the blondie from the Love me down Revamp hair, shirt from the brunette girl from the Private Show Pony Revamp and the shirt from the red hair girl from the same post , and ( yeah i want too many ) and the shirt from the red hair girl from the Rebecca hairs post . Hope you have a great day!!

HERE // HERE // HERE // HERE(deleted the file, & it isn’t on Lana sweater tags page 1-10 lmao)

korra: i have to find my own path as the avatar.

katara: i know you do. aang’s time has passed. my brother and many of my friends are gone.

zuko *flies by on his dragon*: KATARA WHAT THE HELL

toph *pops up from a hole in the ground*: QUIT TELLING EVERYONE WE’RE DEAD!

katara: sometimes i can still hear their voices…

Saw a man refusing to let his pregnant wife off the porch because he “saw a rat the size of a dog and I will NOT let it bite you, please go back inside darling”. Made me wonder how protective the Maheswaran’s were of their baby.

Clues

Mark

1) Mark seemed to die not or a gunshot, but maybe poison. Mark’s body, if shot, would have been bloody, and he would have been very pale, as blood loss  makes the skin lose it’s colour. There may be even some blood on the floor, depending on were the body landed

2) Speaking of the landing, Mark didn’t fall from the stairs, he fell from somewhere on the ceiling, but it seems to have been timed to a point when everyone was going to be passing the same area.

3) If Mark is assumed to be playing as his real self, and not a strange version of him, then we know that his body can’t handle alcohol, thats why he doesn’t play any more drunk minecraft. He could’ve died from that

The Colonel

1) His voice and the way he moves are very similar to another character we know with a bushy moustache, Mr. Wilford Warfstache. He has the same attitude, and welds the same gun that Wilford had in the many alter- egos video.

2) He has a large moustache that could be hiding a smaller one, he also wears a longer coat that could also be hiding some clothing, as well as a red scarf to hide a certain “necklace”

3) He has a reasoning to killing Mark, he doesn’t like him (like Warfstache; kinda). He doesn’t seem to show any remorse over his death, and even mocks him when he describes how Mark could have died. 

4) He was the only one to not enter the room after Mark died.

5) During the drinking scene, he loaded the gun

6) Wilford Warstache (according to Mark) was a war hero in the past….

The Mayor

1) This guy is my favourite. I don’t know why theres just something about him. He is also extremely interesting. He is a very proper guy and likes to keep clean (Like a certain evil person who has been seen one sweaters ;)

2) He seemed strangely hostile when he talked about how not to “rob him blind” with a lot of emphasis on the “blind”

3) Dark, as Mark (I believe) has told us, is very manipulative. He can be seen as a great person and a fabulous actor, as we know from A Date With Markiplier: The Chocolate Ending

4) He apologised to you for having to hear the argument he had with the Colonel, but there was no way he would’ve been able to see you from the way he was standing. He also must have known you were there because he didn’t seem phased that you were standing there, again, even though there’s no way he would’ve been able to see you in the position you two were in

5) He was THE ONLY ONE who was not present during the drinking ad gambling section

6) He was the last person to come into the room, even after all the commotion, and seemed a little unphased.

7) If I am right about the Mayor being Dark, he isn’t as good of an actor as I once believed, because the Mayor had said how close he was to Mark, I would’ve thought that we would be A LOT more sympathetic and saddened.

8) He never followed you down the stairs, he went to another staircase, meaning he could’ve avoided seeing the body first hand

The Detective

1) He was the last person to be near the body, as far as we know

2) He seemed to be in good terms with Mark, talking to him like he was an old friend, and Mark telling him things that he probably wouldn’t tell anyone else. 

3) The last time they were seen having a 1-on-1 conversation was at 1:17 am, on October 7th, a few days before the murder took place.

4) The only person he seems dislike is the Chef, because, as he stated, “he’s an asshole”

5) He determined the death of Mark (timing wise) rather quickly for someone who doesn’t seem to have that much equipment with him and how he doesn’t seem to be that good at his job.

The Butler

1) He was very quick to tell that Mark’s death occurred late last night, and that he had been dead for a while.

2) He gave out drugs, something that could kill Mark

3) When he “found” the broken wine bottle, he said that if Mark were still alive that he would’ve killed him, making me believe that Mark was very hard on his servant

The Chef

1) He’s not a very pleasant person to be around, being quite rude and telling you that he will make dinner when he feels like it.

2) He made a lot of murder references talking about what he did last night, but they all kind of revolved around stabbing, and again there was no blood, so its possible that stabbing is not the cause of death.

3) He too, didn’t seem very surprised about the killing/murder, only that it made him hungry, and he went to go make breakfast.

Jim

1) He’s just a reporter, but some things came up in that little scene that I noticed. He picked up the gun, which had a line of bullets next to it

2) The couch, that before was left untouched by you only moments before, was a mess by the time he got in there

3) He I guess died mysteriously 

You

1) You fell asleep at 1:30 am, meaning that the murder could not have been caused by you

2) You went down a different staircase Mark first walked down


Thats all I have discovered for now. If i find more by re-watching the video, Ill post another thing

HOW SKAM’S ISAK AND EVEN REVOLUTIONIZED TEEN TV

The third season of Norwegian teen series Skam dismantled stereotypes, coerced schoolkids into skiving off classes and turned homophobes into rainbow flag-waving defenders—and it first began airing one year ago today. It was the “gay” season, charting the blossoming relationship of Isak Valtersen and Even Bech Næsheim, both coming to terms with their sexuality amidst a cutting background of teenage angst. Taking every fan poll I’ve ever come across into account, season three was by far Skam’s most popular. It broke streaming records in Norway, and television viewership records in neighboring Denmark and Sweden. Throughout its 10-episode run, it hardly left the list of worldwide trending topics on any given social platform.

With a short promo clip that could have been a stand in for a gay snuff film—jockish throbs in a locker room being showered with milk in slow motion—the series wasn’t afraid to shy away from explicitly homosexual subject matter. Or any hot button subject. Homophobia, bullying, mental health—nothing was off the cards for series creator Julie Andem.

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How Skam’s Isak and Even revolutionized teen TV

The third season of Norwegian teen series Skam dismantled stereotypes, coerced schoolkids into skiving off classes and turned homophobes into rainbow flag-waving defenders—and it first began airing one year ago today. It was the “gay” season, charting the blossoming relationship of Isak Valtersen and Even Bech Næsheim, both coming to terms with their sexuality amidst a cutting background of teenage angst. Taking every fan poll I’ve ever come across into account, season three was by far Skam’s most popular. It broke streaming records in Norway, and television viewership records in neighboring Denmark and Sweden. Throughout its 10-episode run, it hardly left the list of worldwide trending topics on any given social platform.

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