megumi spy au hcs 

best decoy to infiltrate parties / meet ups / occasions.

‘i get to play under cover dress up and its so worth it honestly’ 

best social skills to casually shift the topic to needed information, can hold a nice poker face or make it seem like the data isn’t anything she’s interested in / good at masking / feigning emotions 

although if push comes to shove, physical matters of torturing to gain the required information isn’t something she’s above. she just doesn’t like to get physical, but won’t hesitate to do so.

the squad guides her through her current locations, gives her commands / tells her what they’re specifically looking for / need to know && she’ll do her best to wander around without looking suspicious !!

again, her main choice of weaponry results in knives, axes, bats, brass knuckles, sledge hammers, etc.

regina george voice: she knows everything about everyone, its why her sweaters so big — its full of secrets 

hauntedstreetnerd  asked:

you there, ya think if i bring a decoy that looks like i cut off zen's hair to jumin, hed give you a day off (or more, hopefully) under pretenses that include "depression from this horrible news" because im willing to play hooky

O-oh my…I wouldn’t want to bribe nor manipulate Mr Han for a day or two off, especially if it meant cutting off Zen’s beautiful hair, even if it is a decoy ;;;


star wars rule 63: prequel trilogy

This has been lying around my harddrive for way too long, but I finally got around to colouring it! (just experimenting with a bunch of different things and inspired by SW concept art books :))

…. sometimes I suspect the reason for all these AUs is partly an excuse to draw the Mustafar duel a million times in marginally different ways.


Male tungara frogs sport an impressive “vocal sacs” which help amplify their mating calls.

In a recent experiment, when female tungara frogs had a choice between two males, they chose the one with the best call. BUT, when a third frog with a clearly inferior call was introduced to the mix, the females chose the frog with the second best call. This strange phenomenon is known as the “decoy effect” (its been seen in everything from humans to slime mold) and no one really knows how or why it works.

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Image credit: Amanda M. Lea/Science

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Updated: July 18th, 2016




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