the monster calls

namjoon is so amazing like,, he was interviewed by so many people and talked to so many celebs and translated everything into korean for the members and spoke a language in front of so many people that isn’t even his first language…like hes truly incredible

Some backstory of today’s AU comic

  • Marco and Jam were on a routine patrol mission, it’s the first time Marco brought Jam along after he finished his training.
  • The monster is called Riesenwurmer among the human survivors, but Marco nicknamed it Alaskan Bull Worm.
  • When the grenade plan didn’t work, Marco was going to cut his arm off so he can escape, but everything changed when the worm got Jam.
  • The monster’s nervous system is slightly above it’s own mouth, that’s why Marco didn’t throw or kick the grenade into the monster’s stomach, since the monster could suvive even if reduced to just a head, Marco couldn’t take any risk that might endanger Jam.
  • Jam never once smile after Marco’s death.
  • Once Jam figured out how to travel back in time with the Time tape, the first thing he did was try to save his father by going back to the past. But for some reason, he failed to save him no matter how many time he tried, and before he knows it, there’s only enough energy to make two more time jump. So he decided to go back to the time before Stapocalypse happened, to prevent it from happening in the first place.
I won’t call them monsters because they would like that term, they would think that is a great name. 
I will call them, from now on, losers because that’s what they are: losers.

Donald Trump reacting to the Manchester suicide attack in Bethlehem 

for the all shit Trump says, sometimes he has the best way of saying things

⌑  With all of the rumbling and ghostly, trilling sounds, it was a wonder Jenny hadn’t woken up sooner. Perched atop one of the various shelves on the cavern and wrapped up in her lavender sweatshirt- now fading in color to a washed out mauve color due to the sand and grime and dirt which the ten year-old’s outfit had picked up amongst her daily adventures exploring Tamatoa’s cave. 

⌑ What was all of the racket? Despite Tamatoa’s massive enormity, he was usually much lighter on his feet. Jenny stretched, wiping the sleep from her eyes as she crept along the edge of the cavern shelf. Sliding her arms into the sweatshirt and pulling it over her chest, the child greeted the monster with a chirpy call, “Hey, Tama! What’s got ya all noisy down there?”


anonymous asked:

do you like exo?

Angel, do i listen to the beat makers? when i want to let out the beast, delight in cloud 9, feel like i’m the lucky one, i let these monsters call me my lady, and they sing for me, telling me what is love. It’s unfair, but now i’m stronger. I have a tactix, to avoid a heart attack, but damn they’re coming over, and i really need to stop because i’m running out of song titles and this is ridiculous, bye… or should I say… KACHING KACHING.

Originally posted by ethereal-baek

@promisebaek is my exosideblog :)))

I found the most amazing thing at a thrift store today

This guy!  He was only 59 cents which was so worth finding out what exactly it was

He looks like a new friend to me

more potential new friends!


he came with this package I wasn’t sure what to expect

I definitely didn’t expect 2 of the tiniest glowsticks

tiny glowsticks for a tiny rave

so I figured out you’re supposed to put the glowsticks inside him

cute friend

best friend


Art from the book A Monster Calls written by Patrick Ness and illustrated by Jim Kay.

It’s a children’s book about a boy (Conor) who starts having nightmares about a monster every night since his mother started her cancer treatment. One night when he wakes up, there is an actual monster right outside his window. The monster is a yew tree in the cemetery behind Conor’s house during day-time but the monster we see at night. I wont go into more detail about the story because it’s really worth reading. You might want to have some tissues and ice-cream ready though.

It was inspired by Siobhan Dowd, who passed away due to cancer and could not write this book herself


Artwork from the book A Monster Calls

A Monster Calls is a low fantasy novel written for children by Patrick Ness, from an original idea by Siobhan Dowd, illustrated by Jim Kay, and published by Walker in 2011. Set in present-day England, it features a boy who struggles to cope with the consequences of his mother’s terminal cancer; he is repeatedly visited in the middle of the night by a monster who tells stories.