the new domestic

anonymous asked:

(headcanon) As a person with a shamefully thick southern accent myself, I find it that the later it gets at night, the worse my accent gets. So its fun to think of a situation where the more tired or delirious Jesse gets, the more southern terminology and shit he uses to the point where he hardly makes sense.

Bless his heart.

ᴇᴠᴇʀʏᴛʜɪɴɢ ʙᴀʙʏ sᴇɴᴛᴇɴᴄᴇ ᴍᴇᴍᴇ!


      PREGNANCY -

❝ We’re going to be parents! ❞
❝ Did you feel him/her/them kick!? ❞
❝ Do you want to feel the baby? ❞
❝ I’m pregnant…and it’s yours. ❞
❝ Do you think I’ll make a good mother/father? ❞
❝ What are you hoping for? ❞
❝ I feel so nauseous today… ❞
❝ What should we name him/her/them? ❞
❝ How many diapers do you think we’ll need? ❞
❝ You’re crying over a puppy? ❞
❝ Is just strawberry okay? They didn’t have strawberries and cream. ❞
❝ I’ve read this book four times I’m basically an expert by now. ❞
❝ Boy or girl? ❞
❝ Wait, do we have everything on this list I found? ❞
❝ Can you put the crib together? I’m so tired. ❞
❝ This kid can come out anytime it’s ready. ❞      
❝ You’re glowing. ❞
❝ How far along are you? ❞
❝ Please don’t freak out…but I’m pregnant. I SAID DON’T FREAK OUT. ❞
❝ Hospital. Now! ❞
❝ I think that was a contraction… ❞
❝ The due date’s not until next week! ❞

     NEW BABY -

❝ S/He’s your kid before five in the morning. ❞
❝ We need to go on a diaper run again. ❞
❝ We’re out of formula–where’s the other can!? ❞
❝ Ugh, s/he spit up on my good shirt! ❞
❝ S/he won’t stop crying, I don’t know what to do. ❞        
❝ Please take him/her, I’m going to go crazy with the screaming. ❞
❝ Is it even possible for a baby to scream so much!? ❞
❝ Should they be breathing like that? ❞
❝ I need to go check on the baby. ❞    
❝ If you never put him/her down you’ll spoil him/her. ❞
❝ Daddy/Mommy’s little girl/boy! ❞
❝ Good morning, little spawn of Satan! ❞
❝ Shhh, they’re finally asleep.  ❞    
❝ Dammit, I just got them to sleep! ❞
❝ Be careful, s/he’s a hair puller…. ❞
❝ Where’s the pacifier!? ❞
❝ I can’t find his/her blanket, please help me. ❞    
❝ I’ve been up since four this morning, it’s your turn. ❞
❝ I found you and the baby sleeping in the recliner at six am and it was so precious. ❞
❝ Stroller, diaper bag, playpen, blanket, bottles, what else do we need before we go to your parents? ❞
❝ A babysitter!? Are you insane!? ❞    
❝ You’re going to spoil them. ❞    
❝ We can’t go out with the baby, that’s just asking for trouble. ❞
❝ Baby’s awake… ❞
❝ S/he’s so precious…. ❞
❝ This is our son/daughter…. ❞
❝ We make damn beautiful babies. ❞
❝ Look at his/her little feet… ❞
❝ S/he has your eyes. ❞
❝ Do not dress him/her in that! ❞    
❝ Be careful with him/her! ❞
❝ Did you remember to pack his/her toy? ❞
❝ His/her first tooth came in today. Already bit me.❞
❝ Did you hear that? That was a cough.❞           

        CHILDREN -

❝ The kids won’t stop fighting. ❞
❝ We should have another. ❞
❝ Stop giving them dessert before dinner! ❞
❝ You’re going to spoil them rotten… ❞
❝ You need to learn not to fall for the puppy dog eyes.  ❞
❝ I just love them so much!? ❞    
❝ How are we going to break the news to them that they’re getting a brother/sister? ❞
❝ Their screaming woke the baby… ❞    
❝ I’m a horrible mother/father… ❞
❝ How can you make the baby hush and I can’t? ❞
❝ Was that a word!? ❞
❝ His/her first word better not be a damn cuss word! ❞    
❝ You look exhausted. ❞
❝ First steps! First steps! ❞
❝ Watch, s/he can roll over now! ❞
❝ I don’t want anyone else watching our baby/children. ❞    
❝ They totally wanted to build the pillow fort, not me. ❞
❝ Can you manage dropping them off? ❞
❝ Damn terrible twos, right? ❞
❝ How did they outgrow their clothes so fast!? ❞   
❝ I think we make damn good parents. ❞
❝ Why are both you and the baby crying? ❞
❝ Here, I’ll watch him/her, you go relax. ❞
❝ I haven’t been able to put her/him down all morning/day/night. ❞    
❝ S/he doesn’t want me, s/he wants you! ❞
❝ S/he just ran into the coffee table, don’t worry. ❞
❝ Stop fighting with me in front of the kid/s! ❞
❝ We shouldn’t have dressed the twins in matching outfits… ❞    
❝ Can I hold him/her? ❞
❝ S/he has separation anxiety because you never put them down! ❞
❝ My mother always hoped my kids would end up like me…I’m so sorry. ❞
❝ I wouldn’t let them do ____, so they started crying. ❞  
❝ Oh, s/he’s just a little angel! ❞
❝ Hello, little one! ❞
❝ I can babysit if you’d like. ❞
❝ Guess who broke your favorite ____. ❞  
❝ Finally got him/her/them to sleep. ❞
❝ It’s your turn to put him/her/them to bed. ❞
❝ I hate bath time. ❞
❝ Can you help me with the kids for five goddamn minutes!? ❞
 
❝ I think ____ is jealous of the baby. ❞
❝ ___ just hit ___, can you do something!? ❞
❝ Is locking kids in the basement against the law!? ❞
❝ They’re cute when they’re quiet. ❞
❝ Maybe taking them to the park will let out all their energy. ❞
❝ _____ colored on the walls today… ❞
❝ Look at the mess they made again… ❞      
                     

The Domestic Garden Witch: Living in the Gutter

So maybe you’re a college witch with limited space and money, limited to the one window in your dorm. Or, maybe you’re a witch without extensive backyard space who wants to start up a magical garden. Perhaps you’re a kitchen witch who wants the freshest herbs right at her fingertips.

For many witches, having a garden seems to be a bit of a no-brainer. After all, plants and magic go hand-in-hand. Plus, when thinking of a witch, it’s hard not to think of a cottage in the woods with a little vegetable garden out front. Unfortunately for the majority of us, our cottage in the woods is a tiny flat, and our garden out front is a windowsill with limited space.

This is when it comes time to embrace your craftiness and bring your garden indoors! Not only does it place your garden in a convenient location, it also allows you to freshen the air, recycle what would otherwise harm the earth, and embrace your witchy green thumb!

Get Your Head Out of the Gutter! Now Get Dirty!

Growing up, my family had always been about thinking creatively when it comes to home improvement. After all, my mom’s family used to flip houses, and my dad’s family encourages frugality. After a while, certain projects just happen to crop up where you least expect it.

So it should come as no surprise that eventually it came time to change the rain gutters. By the time Dad was finished, we still had a few extra feet of unused gutter, so Mom decided to put it to good use. I still wish I had taken pictures of her gutter garden! Regardless, it’s a simple project, and if you’re an engineering student, you can easily adapt this same project for PVC or other materials that are used for your university projects!

The concept is fairly easy. Cap off the ends of the gutters, drill drainage holes, lay down a layer of gravel to encourage drainage, add soil, and add plants. Voila! Your very own gutter garden! It’s also a cost effective project, as gutters aren’t overly expensive and can often be picked up or repurposed from other home improvement projects. But the nifty thing here is what these gardens can be used for.

In the home, they can be hung up on the walls for decoration, or they can be hung up in the kitchen to provide an easy-access herb garden. If hung closer to the ground, catnip can be planted for your feline’s drug-induced pleasure. The possibilities are near-endless!

Because rain gutters are designed to run along roof edges, they can be set up in ways where they curve or turn at an angle. Consider ways in which you can wrap the garden around corners or along walls to create a visually stimulating indoor garden!

How Can I Witch This?

As usual with container gardens, think of ways in which you can bring some magic to the container. Correspond your color with intent, or decorate with sigils, symbols, and crystals! In the gravel layer, add a crystal or two to promote growth, health, and prosperity. Select plants that correspond to your intentions, and place the planters strategically in the home.

Rain gutters are particularly useful for a bit of magic, too! How? Well, consider their purpose. The movement of water around the home to avoid stagnation, and the draining away of excess. Use your rain gutter garden to encourage energy movement in the home, draining away negative energy and encouraging a fresh flow of positive intention!

May Your Harvests Always Be Bountiful! )O(

Daily antifa violence:

Man possibly dead after assault by protesters. Knocked out and beaten with a bat/flag while down.

I’ve got screenshots of the faggot who bragged about it, he has since put his social media to private, not posting because not confirmed and it’s gonna be a long post already.

This girl was beaten with what looks like a flagpole and then pepper sprayed at UC Berkeley.

Follow-up vid: Mob beats all ‘fascists’ with bats, scream ”we’re gonna kill you” as one lies knocked out on the ground.

Girl pepper sprayed mid-interview while praising non-violent protesters

“I’m looking to just make a statement by being here, I think the protesters are doing the same and props to them for the ones who are doing it non-violently […]”

Dude beaten, hit with rocks, robbed at anti-Milo protest

Man received bike lock (?) to the head, then chased and baten with ‘flags’ (bats)

Little side Incubus!Prompto doodle! Prompto loves his new emotional support pet malboro! Squishy is content with his new mama! Tiny thing to match the crazy idea @destatree and I came up with while intoxicated the other night. Oddly enough, it worked for our AU/Concept for these Incubi boys! Read the tiny snippet here! 

Domestic Garden Witch: Orange You Glad You Saved That Peel?

So maybe you’re a college witch with limited space and money, limited to the one window in your dorm. Or, maybe you’re a witch without extensive backyard space who wants to start up a magical garden. Perhaps you’re a kitchen witch who wants the freshest herbs right at her fingertips.

For many witches, having a garden seems to be a bit of a no-brainer. After all, plants and magic go hand-in-hand. Plus, when thinking of a witch, it’s hard not to think of a cottage in the woods with a little vegetable garden out front. Unfortunately for the majority of us, our cottage in the woods is a tiny flat, and our garden out front is a windowsill with limited space.

This is when it comes time to embrace your craftiness and bring your garden indoors! Not only does it place your garden in a convenient location, it also allows you to freshen the air, recycle what would otherwise harm the earth, and embrace your witchy green thumb!

I’ve Got a Peeling!

If you’re not the kind of witch I am (the kind that looks at a citrus peel and sees zest to be added to food), and you tend to juice fruits or occasionally cut open a lime for tequila, then chances are you frequently compost or toss the leftover rinds. This is an alternative to that, which is particularly useful for starting up your own herb garden.

Cut the ends off of your fruit (it can be any kind of thick-rind citrus, such as orange, grapefruit, lemon, or lime) in such a way as to flatten the ends without cutting into the flesh. Then cut the fruit in half and remove the flesh for juicing, eating, et cetera. If you then cut a small hole in the flattened end for drainage, you can proceed to fill the makeshift pot with soil, add a seed, and water.

Allow the seedling to grow until it is time to transplant. Then simply plant the whole thing in a garden. The rind will decompose, fertilizing your plant (an excellent source of nitrogen and additional nutrients) and avoiding waste.

How Can I Witch This?

The possibilities here are similar to many container gardens, but there’s a little extra fun that you can have with citrus rinds. Unlike terra cotta or ceramic, citrus peels can be carved. Adding runes and symbols are made easier because of this and if you carve them into the fruit and allow the fruit to heal a bit before using it, you can add additional time and intent to it.

Depending  upon the intent, you may also want to coordinate the type of fruit with the type of spell. For instance, orange peels can promote happiness, healing, and can add a solar association to the garden.

In Conclusion…

Though a simple project, it has a lot of potential in magic and also has a lot of potential in saving money and resources for the student witch. It saves space (something that is also helpful for the student witch), and is a green alternative to other seed starters. Because it is rich in nutrients, it also makes an ideal fertilizer when transplanted.

When getting your garden started, try enhancing your plants’ health and yield by planting the seeds in enchanted citrus peels!

May all your harvests be bountiful! )O(

The Domestic Garden Witch: Making Pets Happy

So maybe you’re a college witch with limited space and money, limited to the one window in your dorm. Or, maybe you’re a witch without extensive backyard space who wants to start up a magical garden. Perhaps you’re a kitchen witch who wants the freshest herbs right at her fingertips.

For many witches, having a garden seems to be a bit of a no-brainer. After all, plants and magic go hand-in-hand. Plus, when thinking of a witch, it’s hard not to think of a cottage in the woods with a little vegetable garden out front. Unfortunately for the majority of us, our cottage in the woods is a tiny flat, and our garden out front is a windowsill with limited space.

This is when it comes time to embrace your craftiness and bring your garden indoors! Not only does it place your garden in a convenient location, it also allows you to freshen the air, recycle what would otherwise harm the earth, and embrace your witchy green thumb!

Gardening for Your Familiar

This past weekend, I went to one of my coven sisters’ place to run a game of Dungeons and Dragons. This in itself isn’t that unusual - I usually play about a game a week, and every other week is held at her place. However, she is definitely a witch who spends plenty of time both in the garden and in the kitchen! A fellow animal lover, with three cats and a couple of dogs, it’s always enjoyable to visit. What surprised me, though was an addition to her home’s normal features: a little garden close to the ground meant for her cats!

Whether a college witch or a witch who’d been practicing for a long time, it’s fair to say that many of us - dare I say that perhaps most of us - have dogs, cats, or some other kind of pet. And while there are plenty of spells out there for familiars and pets, it’s rare that I see spells focusing on gardens for them. So of course, my sister’s garden is featured this week, because it is absolutely brilliant!

A simple project, done in the same way you would any container garden, consider growing plants that your furry friends can safely consume. Where the magic comes in is the intent with which you grow your plants and with which you pot them. The example above makes use of cat grass, catnip, mint (which the kitties love to rub up against), cilantro, and parsley.

But let’s take it a step further, as there are plenty of other animals out there!

Aquatic Gardens: Just like with terrestrial pets and plants, live plants can be added to an aquarium with care. Not only do they breathe new life into your fishes’ home, but they help oxygenate the water and depending on the species of plant and fish in the environment, could provide a food source. Sometimes the plant itself is the pet, as in the case of marimo moss balls!

Terrarium Gardens: In the past, I’ve mentioned bottled gardens and terrarium gardens. Whether reptile or amphibian, plants can help provide a more natural surface for climbing, can provide a food source for herbivorous friends, and - as before - help bring more life to the terrarium!

Formicarium Gardens?: Admittedly, not everyone has a colony of ants as a domestic pet. But as with any animal, ants require care and maintenance, and a proper formicarium usually has a larger area for foraging. Though the ants will be healthy with a steady supply of feeder insects and sugars, adding plants will not only make the “outworld” a more aesthetically pleasing environment, but a more diverse one for the colony as well. In addition, ants have been known to tend to plants, harvesting sap and nectars while also keeping the plant nourished and maintained. Take it a step further by adding pitcher plants - a plant that could easily be a pet itself - which not only help control the colony population, but also promote a mutual relationship with ants (the plant offers nectar to the ants from its inactive pitchers, and while it does “eat” ants, the ants will still take care of the pitcher for the sake of the nectar).

Bringing it Outside: Some of us count horses and other outdoor animals as pets. The same principle applies - set aside a box garden specifically to help nourish your friends and bring some joy to the stable. Similarly, if you don’t have any pets, you could set up a garden to encourage wildlife. It’s not uncommon to see beautiful flower gardens for hummingbirds, fruit trees and berry bushes to encourage wild birds to visit, and gardens set off to the side specifically for deer.

What This Brings to a Witch

Part of being a witch or of being pagan is nurturing a relationship with nature. There are many ways of doing this, from adopting an organic lifestyle to assisting in conservation efforts, to even learning how to forage and to recognize various plants. But it goes without saying that pets, plants, and animals can all do much to help us learn about our role in the world. They teach us how to be ourselves, how to live in the moment. Even the ants in a formicarium can teach us about how to naturally be efficient and productive.

This in itself is magical. It’s a natural spell that is meant to enliven the spirit and while it does do quite a bit to make the animals in our lives happy and healthy (even more so when planted and grown with intent), it also turns around and gives us the very same blessing.

Grow your garden, and tend to it and your animal friends with love, and they will teach you far more than you may realize!

May all your harvests be bountiful! )O( 

Domestic Garden Witch: Flowers in the Dark

So maybe you’re a college witch with limited space and money, limited to the one window in your dorm. Or, maybe you’re a witch without extensive backyard space who wants to start up a magical garden. Perhaps you’re a kitchen witch who wants the freshest herbs right at her fingertips.

For many witches, having a garden seems to be a bit of a no-brainer. After all, plants and magic go hand-in-hand. Plus, when thinking of a witch, it’s hard not to think of a cottage in the woods with a little vegetable garden out front. Unfortunately for the majority of us, our cottage in the woods is a tiny flat, and our garden out front is a windowsill with limited space.

This is when it comes time to embrace your craftiness and bring your garden indoors! Not only does it place your garden in a convenient location, it also allows you to freshen the air, recycle what would otherwise harm the earth, and embrace your witchy green thumb!

For the Nocturnal Witch

One of the things that plagues students and non-students alike in this fast-moving modern world is the fact that it’s not always easy to get into the garden during the daytime. We often miss out on vibrant blooms, sweet smells, and the presence of birds and butterflies on all but our days off. And if you’re like me, you have a tendency to be a bit nocturnal as it is. But there are gardens that can be enjoyed in the evening and at night, and they tend to be rather gorgeous!

Moonlight gardens are ideal for the nighttime witch who wants to make use of the moon in her practice. Pale flowers seem to glow in the light cast by the moon and stars, while somewhat reflective leaves do the same. Certain plants only bloom at night and in the evening, or will intensify their scent at night in order to attract moths and night birds.

The usefulness of such a garden is more than just providing a pleasant aesthetic in the night. Moonlight gardens are particularly helpful for faerie tradition and those devoted to lunar deities. They also serve as a reminder that even in the dark, life thrives.

Select plants that bloom in the late evening or at night, or which otherwise have pale flowers that stay open late. Amaryllis, summer snapdragon, flowering tobacco, and angel’s trumpet all provide late blooming flowers and nighttime scents, that help add a bit of magic to a midnight stroll or a garden meal.

Consider ways in which your garden can glow at night, peppering these nighttime flora throughout the otherwise daytime garden. And take into account the purpose and intent behind your garden. Select flowers and scents that are ideal for nighttime fae, or if you are cultivating a dragon garden, go for bold blooms and foliage that show the strength of nighttime beauty.

Aside from the aesthetic and intention of a moonlight garden, it does have a more spiritual purpose. Nighttime gardens are a way to help us connect to the “dark side” of ourselves. We may be vibrant and beautiful in the side we most often show, but our darker and quieter selves are beautiful in their own rights. A garden like this helps us to display that part of ourselves while also interacting with the natural vibrancy that comes even when the sun is out of sight.

May all your harvests be bountiful! )O(

It’s 5 am, Kara is awake before Lena. which is quite rare so she sneaks out and makes breakfast for them, by 5:30 she’s bored out of her mind while cooking so she starts playing some music, the volume down so it won’t wake lena up, but then bye bye bye by *NSYNC comes on and she just can’t help it, at first she was just humming to it, but then it’s almost 6, the yellow sun is up and it just makes her wanna dance around the kitchen while singing along, Lena on the other hand has been awake since she got a whiff of coffee and has been leaning on the door frame watching Kara smiling and adorably trying to mimic the dance steps of the boyband, using a spatula as a mic and wow she just can’t help but smile too because she gets to wake up to this dork everyday now

Domestic Garden Witch: Staying In Touch with the Locals

A mixture of plants native to my home here in San Luis Obispo - this garden can be seen at our local California Polytechnic University! Golden poppies, buckwheat, and century plants can be seen, just to name a few!

Native Plants, Stronger Energy!

In many gardening articles for witchcraft, we see descriptions for containers, methods of gardening (i.e. with crystals or blessed waters), and most definitely descriptions of what plants to grow and why (rosemary for protection, basil for prosperity, et cetera). And while many gardens hold a beautiful energy and are often deeply spiritual (such as with moon, faerie, and dragon gardens), I don’t often see articles which address native plants in witchcraft.

This stands to reason, as it is difficult to address every single ecosystem on the planet. But I do believe it’s possible to tackle the subject in broad terms. After all, there’s a certain benefit in getting in touch with your local flora!

One of the goals for many witches is to develop and strengthen the bond between human and earth. This makes gardening a natural interest for many witches, giving rise to green witchcraft, garden witchcraft, et cetera. We meticulously cultivate plants for food and aesthetic pleasure, as well as for health and spiritual reasons. However, this comes with a certain risk. When non-native plants are brought into an ecosystem, one of the worst case scenarios is that the plant thrives to the point of growing out of control, and becomes an invasive species. One need look no further than giant hogweed in Oregon as an example - the plant has no natural predators, thrives in the environment, and can choke out other plants in the area (and that’s not including the fact that hogweed’s sap is extremely toxic to humans).

Some prevent overgrowth and invasion by carefully maintaining their gardens and preventing the plants from seeding or pollinating. But one of the best methods to avoid the risk is to cultivate native species of plants. In terms of witchcraft, this is double bonus points, as it allows us to interact with and connect with our local plant species.

Educational Spirituality

Growing native plants affords us a special opportunity to save money on gardening (no need for extraneous irrigation for plants that will thrive in your garden as is), but also to learn. In the process of collecting and growing local plants, not only can we learn how they are cultivated, but also what they can represent in our craft (golden poppies for wealth and prosperity; coast live oak for protection and wisdom; black sage for cleansing and health… just to name three natives here at home).

But as with any herb or witchy garden, it’s good practice to learn about the other uses of the plants in the area, as well as their history. We grow closer to nature by learning what it has to offer, and exchanging the gifts that it brings to us when we take care of it (another great example? coast live oak produces mass quantities of acorns - so many, in fact, that it became an incredibly easy to obtain food source for the Chumash and Salinan tribes who lived here; as such, coast live oak can also be associated with prosperity and health). 

For those who garden with aesthetic in mind, there is a certain beauty in the native blooms for any region. As can see in the image above, the Central coast has vibrant flowers, from the golden poppies to the white-yellow buckwheat and the purple native lilacs. The variation in textures and growth give a natural and pleasing appearance to any garden, and allows us to landscape with our homes in mind.

The Fair Folk Love It!

Faerie gardens often make use of bright colors and varying species in order to attract such spirits to the garden. But in a world where more and more space is urbanized, and more species are introduced that were not part of the environment before, perhaps it is good to consider how local spirits may feel if we can help provide a refuge of sorts, in which comfortable plants can thrive.

In my practice, I’ve always cringed a little bit to think of growing some of the gardens I’ve seen for local spirits. Something in my heart was bothered by the thought of trying to invite local spirits into my garden by using non-local plants - like trying to invite someone over to your house by trying to offer them their least favorite foods, or foods that don’t seem that attractive to them. Since faerie gardens are meant to invite your local spirits to create a home, consider ways in which you can focus on the plants that they’d be most familiar with, to create a pleasant and comfortable environment for them!

In Conclusion…

There is more to be said of native gardens - this article barely scratches the surface. They’re environmentally friendly, inexpensive to maintain, are educational, and provide a solid connection with nature’s bounty right where you live. If you struggle to introduce special or unique plants to your garden, try your hand and your magic at working with native plants - you may be surprised as to the possibilities that they can open up!

May all your harvests be bountiful! )O(

Professional gamers and dads Taehyung and Yoongi who have their own YouTube channel where they review and play new video games while their kids make cute appearance sometimes.    

Yoongi is more of a horror game type of player. He loves Resident Evil and Outlast and any game that is bloody or has demons and zombies.  Often, he’ll do late night live streams where he plays them with Sanghyuk, their youngest son, half asleep on his lap trying to watch even though it’s way past his bedtime and really he should be sleeping. Watchers lowkey scream at how adorable the five-year-old looks curled up with his face half hidden in his daddy’s hoodie, only peeking out when Yoongi reassures him all the monsters are dead.

“You promise there is no more zombies, daddy?” Sanghyuk’s wide eyes, that he definitely got from Taehyung, stare at Yoongi as the elder grins.

“I promise Hyukkie,” Yoongi chuckles. “The only zombie left is Uncle Seokjin before he puts makeup on in the mornings.”

(Later, Jin’s fans will tag him in tons of gifs and videos of Yoongi making fun of him and Seokjin will call and scold him because “excuse me Kim Seokjin is the cutest uncle without makeup”)


Taehyung is more for online co-op games like Overwatch and League of Legends and Call of Duty. His afternoon streams are wayyyyy wilder nd louder featuring their eldest daughter, Sunmi and their second eldest son, Taemin.  The moment his stream begins, the fans (r.i.p headphone users) get welcomed by Taemin loudly screaming Taehyung’s usual welcome greeting.

“HELLO WATCHERS WELCOME TO VEE’S VIDEO GAME CORNER!!!!”

Sunmi will scream right after.

“TODAY PAPA IS PLAYING LEAGUE OF LEGENDS AND OUR GOAL FOR THE DAY IS TO GET FIVE PENTA KILLS!”

Everyone watching coos over the cute way Taemin holds up four fingers before Sunmi quickly helps her younger brother by lifting the last one to make it five. Taehyung himself is so fucking heart eyes over his babies he pulls them into his lap in a tight hug that has everyone giggling.

“You heard my extremely loud babies!” Taehyung smirks. “Yoongi got over seven hundred watchers on his stream last night so invite your friends and lets top that!”


They have some totally funny moments too like when Taehyung is hosting a stream and him, along with Sunmi and Taemin, are yelling at something happening in the game he’s playing. Sanghyuk will be seen in the stream background walking into the living room to stare at his father and siblings before his little chest rises in a sigh and he walks out, dragging his favorite baby blanket with him.

The fans make millions of gifs and comment like;

“Lol when your family is wildin and you’re trying to watch your noon dramas.” “Hahaha Sanghyukkie is so fed up with them he’s going to lock them outside one day.” “I’m Sanghyuk when I have to do stuff but rather not.”

Taehyung later pouts at Yoongi.

“He got the sighing thing from you!”

Yoongi just winks and pecks his cute boyfriend.