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A scene from my KageHina Kids on the Slope Au one-shot, Orange Heat.

Hinata chuckled and grabbed Kageyama’s hand, intertwining their fingers, “…I think I like you, Kageyama. Are you grossed out?”

Kageyama could feel his ears burning up. “Why would I let you hold my hand if I felt grossed out, dumbass.”

This was drawn as a belated birthday present to me by the beautiful, kind, endearing, talented—I could literally keep going on for days with adjectives and I wouldn’t be able to describe the blessing that is @theharukawa. We’ve only recently become friends but through our many lovely, deep, touching conversations and common interests she’s easily become one of the best friends I’ve made on this site. After a long while of feeling distant and somewhat negative about Tumblr, she’s reminded my of how much good can come from my being here. So this is my public ‘thank you’ and ‘I love you’ to this amazing human being. I hope you guys come to love her art and her personality as much as I do.

Undertale Vocabulary

Here in Alphabetical order are some of the words used in Undertale that people may not know, especially if they are not native English speakers.

• Amalgamate

Usage in Undertale: used as the name for the fused monsters in the true lab
Meaning: verb, combine or unite to form one organization or structure.

• Astigmatism

Usage in Undertale: name of the end game monster version of Loox.
Meaning:  noun, a defect in the eye or in a lens caused by a deviation from spherical curvature, which results in distorted images, as light rays are prevented from meeting at a common focus.

• Bishonen

Usage in Undertale: I JUST WANT TO HAVE HANDSOME, BISHONEN EYES. LIKE METTATON…SIGH…
Meaning: adjective,  a Japanese term literally meaning “beautiful youth (boy)” and describes an aesthetic that can be found in disparate areas in East Asia: a young man whose beauty (and sexual appeal) transcends the boundary of gender or sexual orientation.

• Bonafide

Usage in Undertale:
I CAN’T BELIEVE I’M FRIENDS…WITH A BONE-A-FIDE OPERA STAR!!!
Meaning: authentic, true.

• Bonetrousle

Usage in Undertale:
PLEASE ASK BEFORE YOU ESCAPE!!!
WHEN YOU WENT MISSING I GOT
WORRIED SICK!!!
- SLIGHTLY BONETROUSLED,
PAPYRUS
Meaning: “tousle” means to make something untidy, like hair, “trousle is not a real word, nor is bonetrousle. It appears to be a made up word for being flustered.

• Boondoggle

Usage in Undertale: “ALL YOU DO IS SIT AND BOONDOGGLE”
Meaning: waste money or time on unnecessary or questionable projects.

• Capers

Usage in Undertale: AHEM!! HUMAN!!
PREPARE YOURSELF!! FOR HIGH JINKS! FOR LOW JINKS!
DANGERS! PUZZLES! CAPERS! JAPERS!
BEING CAPTURED! AND OTHER SORTS OF FUN ACTIVITIES.
Meaning: to leap or skip about in a sprightly manner;  a prank or trick; harebrained escapade; a frivolous, carefree episode or activity.

• Cask

Usage in Undertale: SILKEN SPAGHETTI FINELY AGED IN AN OAKEN CASK…
Meaning: wooden barrel.

• Chitzy

Usage in Undertale: I wouldn’t buy your chitzy garbage at knifepoint.
Meaning: actually a misspelling, the real word is “chintzy” and it means cheap, gaudy, or inferior.

• Continuum

Usage in Undertale: our reports showed a massive anomaly in the timespace continuum.
Meaning: a continuous extent, series, or whole.

• Crag

Usage in Undertale: THAT’S UNDYNE’S DRAMATIC CRAG.
SHE’S ALWAYS POSING ATOP IT.
Meaning: sharp rocky mountaintop or outcropping.

• Culmination

Usage in Undertale: That is your SOUL, the very culmination of your being!
Meaning: climax, bringing to a final stage, sum.

• Curvaceously

Usage in Undertale: Stereotypical: Curvaceously attractive, but no brains…
Meaning: having a lot of curves, shapely body.

• Dogamy

Usage in Undertale: character name
Meaning: The name Dogamy is a wordplay on the suffix -gamy used to describe different forms of marriage (endogamy, monogamy, etc) and ties in with the pair’s marriage theme and the sign near their area that reads “Warning: Dog Marriage”.

• Dogaressa

Usage in Undertale: character name
Meaning: Dogaressa is the term used for the wife of a doge, the title used by the rulers of the Renaissance-era Republic of Venice (now part of Italy), which ties into the Dogi’s marriage theme

• Doggo

Usage in Undertale: Character name
Meaning: remain motionless and quiet to escape detection.

• Edamame

Usage in Undertale: Toriels pun about her favorite vegetable is “Eda-MOM-e”
Meaning: Edamame is actually a way of preparing immature soybeans in their pods, not a type of bean.

• EM Tether

Usage in Undertale:
WARNING! WARNING!
ELEVATOR LOSING POWER!
EM TETHER STABILITY LOST!
ALTITUDE DROPPING!
Meaning: EM stands for electromagnetic, an electromagnetic tether is the use of electromagnets to support and propel something without touching it, like magnetic hover disks and magnetic levitation (Maglev) bullet trains.  This means the elevators in undertale act like 6 directional levitating boxes, explaining how some elevators can go left and right as well as up and down. When you don’t have the power to activate the electromagnets the magnetic force weakens and the elevator falls down much faster and can not move without the power being restored.

• Endogeny

Usage in Undertale: Amalgamate name.
Meaning: Endogenous substances and processes are those that originate from within an organism, tissue, or cell.

• Ethereal

Usage in Undertale: You ran away…. And broke their little ethereal heart. (Talking about the ghost inhabiting the tutorial dummy)
Meaning: extremely delicate and light in a way that seems too perfect for this world.

• Façade

Usage in Undertale: Migospel’s facade is broken. (used when you defeat all the other monsters in the battle)
Meaning: ruse; act; false behavior to pretend to feel or be something you aren’t.

• Ficus

Usage in Undertale: It’s a platoon of ficuses.
Meaning: Also know as fig trees, is a genus of plants, some of which are used as potted plants.

• Freakadacious

Usage in Undertale: * Glyde is thinking of new slang for the word “cool.”
* Like “freakadacious.”
Meaning: not a real word.

• Futility

Usage in Undertale: (Futility setting in.) used when the slime janitor realizes he is constantly mopping up his own slime every time he turns around.
Meaning: pointless, self defeating, vain, losing battle, resistance is futile.

• Hyphae

Usage in Undertale: It symbolizes my inner torment, trapped here by my hyphae.
Meaning: root-like thin structures fungi use to invade, leach nutrients from an organism, and anchor themselves.

• Infatuated

Usage in Undertale: I was merely infatuated with the CONCEPT of love.
Meaning: obsessed with, in love with, blinded by desire for.

• Jape

Usage in Undertale: EVERYONE LIKES JAPES!!!
* what about undyne?  doesn’t she hate puzzles?
SHE HATES PUZZLES. BUT SHE LOVES JAPES.
Meaning: a practical joke; mockery.

• Kleptomaniac

Usage in Undertale: HE LOOKS A BIT LIKE A CERTAIN DOG I DON’T LIKE. BUT GREATERDOG DOESN’T COLLECT ANYTHING. HE’S ONLY A KLEPTOMANIAC FOR AFFECTION!
Meaning: An impulse control disorder that results in an irresistible urge to steal.

• Limerent

Usage in Undertale: Admittedly, I may have had limerent feelings for you before.
Meaning: involuntary romantic attraction, loving.

• Ludicrous

Usage in Undertale: Papyrus describes Undyne’s plan to cross the barrier and beat you up as being “ludicrous”
Meaning: crazy, unbelievable, unreasonable, foolhardy.

• Morose

Usage in Undertale: used when the Nacarat Jester discusses how there is no point in being morose about the situation of the monsters as there is nothing they can do about it.
Meaning: sad, depressed.

• Mycelium

Usage in Undertale: If you haven’t noticed, my mycelium have bound me  to the ground.
Meaning: mats of interwoven hyphae, network of fungi “roots”.

• Nacarat

Usage in Undertale: not actually used in Undertale, but the name given to the orange monster in the jester mask, who is known as reddemon in the files. It is unknown who created him and who came up with the name of “Nacarat Jester”
Meaning: color that is a reddy orange, comes from “nacre”, the word for the pearly substance on the inside of shells.

• Noogie

Usage in Undertale: part of the joke of Undyne quoting Shakespeare “theres the rub” something that you say when you are explaining what the difficulty is in a particular situation, and Papyrus mistaking it for her pointing out a literal rub, causing him to search for it.
Papyrus: I’LL DO MY BEST TO FIND THE RUB.
Undyne: Hey, I think I found something!
Papyrus: OOH, WHERE? AND WHAT’S THIS HORRIBLE NOOGIE?
Undyne: It’s the rub!!!
Meaning: the act of rubbing and grinding your knuckles on someone’s head to cause them slight pain.

• Paramour

Usage in Undertale: Mettaton discussing how Frisk, playing the role of the forbidden lover, is going to die in the dungeon.
Meaning: lover, crush, significant other.

• Permeates

Usage in Undertale: * The faint odor of ectoplasm permeates the vicinity.
Meaning: diffuse, spread, pass through, invade slowly and evenly.

• Pernicious

Usage in Undertale: used by Papyrus to describe the annoying dog, added in the patch.
Meaning: having a harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle way.

• Peruse

Usage in Undertale: PLEASE PERUSE MY CULINARY ART SHOW.
Meaning: examine carefully or at length.

• Platoon

Usage in Undertale: It’s a platoon of ficuses.
Meaning: A military group of 15 to 30 soldiers,  In reality it would be closer to a fireteam or half a squad of ficuses.

• Pratfall

Usage in Undertale: CAREFUL!! THE ICE IS SLPPERY. BUT IF YOU SLIDE ON THE ICE, NO ONE WILL ATTACK YOU. NO ONE WANTS TO PRATFALL DURING A COOL TECHNIQUE.
Meaning: fall on your buttocks, ironically happens to Sans when you hit him after his “special attack”.

• Purgatory

Usage in Undertale: GRILLBY’S… IT’S DARK AND FULL OF GREASE. PURGATORY OF FRIES… HAMBURGER ABYSS…
Meaning: (in Roman Catholic doctrine) a place or state of suffering inhabited by the souls of sinners who are expiating their sins before going to heaven.

• Recalibrate

Usage in Undertale: Papyrus yells at Sans for not recalibrating his puzzles. Sans’s puzzle is later revealed to be a word search from the newspaper he left on the ground.
Meaning: resetting, restarting and adjusting to work accurately, adjusting the range of a weapon.

• Regicide

Usage in Undertale: Flowey ”I am the prince of this world’s future. Don’t worry, my little monarch, my plan isn’t regicide.”
Ironically his plan does end in regicide.
Meaning: murder of royalty, for example, King Asgore. Comes from regi, royalty, and cide, kill.

• Rump

Usage in Undertale:
* Vulkin is wiggling its weird rump.
* You tell Vulkin that its rump looks like a sack of trash.
*“Trash…rump…Ahh…”
* Little streams of lava come from Vulkin’s eyes.
Meaning: butt.

• Saccharine

Usage in Undertale: Undyne speaking to Frisk:  “At first, I hated your stupid saccharine schtick, but…”
Meaning: sickly sweet, sugary, too nice.

• Schlock

Usage in Undertale: Puzzle Elder: “* There’s no ART in that actiony, mindless schlock! It’s just timing-based drivel!”
Meaning: cheap or inferior goods or material; trash.

• Serenading

Usage in Undertale: Papyrus: HUH!? ARE YOU SERENADING ME!? OH NO!!! YOU’RE MAKING ME BLUSH!!! LET’S WRITE A MUSICAL ABOUT OUR ADVENTURES!!!
Meaning: playing a song for someone, either on instruments or by singing, or both, normally a personal song or romantic.

• Shingles

Usage in Undertale: What do skeletons tile his roof with? Shin-gles!
Meaning: a slate or pottery plate used in overlapping patterns to cover a roof and keep off water.

• Shtick

Usage in Undertale: Undyne speaking to Frisk:  “At first, I hated your stupid saccharine schtick, but…”
Meaning: act, performance, character.

• Skewer

Usage in Undertale: Papyrus discusses kabobs and kabones, saying that bones are used as the skewers
Meaning: rod or stick used to impale something with, such as meat to make a kabob.

• Stagnant

Usage in Undertale: used by Papyrus to describe his friend quantity, and later his knowledge quantity..
Meaning: still, unchanging; undisturbed.

• Suplex

Usage in Undertale: Undyne suplexes a boulder, just because she can.
Meaning: a wrestling throw used to pick up and slam an opponent onto their back or head.

• Unbridled

Usage in Undertale: Mad Dummy turns into Glad Dummy after experiencing unbridled emotions from your actions in the genocide route.
Meaning: unlimited, unrestrained.

• Vicariously

Usage in Undertale: Napstablook: “my life is pretty boring… but… seeing you on the screen… Brought excitement to my life…vicariously”
Meaning: felt or enjoyed through imagined participation in the experience of others:

• Volition

Usage in Undertale:
Papyrus: UNDYNE, DID YOU REALLY HAVE AN OFFICE JOB?
Undyne: Well, it was more of a, uh, community service thing.
Papyrus: THAT’S UNDYNE!! ALWAYS HELPING OUT THE COMMUNITY!
Undyne: Uh, yep! Totally of my own volition there!
Meaning: willfully, by choice, without influence of others.

@ the clique stop being so god damn fugly schizophrenic is not an adjective to describe ur “edgy” music its a literal mental illness…you wouldnt say “ADHD pop” or “depression pop” because “schizophrenia” is a “taboo” and “scary” word in modern society which is complete bullshit so stop using someone’s mental illness for ur edgy appeal thanks!

Mitama Dialogue
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For three anons!

To that one anon curious about Mitama’s lines… yes, she used quite a bit of haikus AND I HOPE YOU GUYS ENJOY MY POOR HAIKU SKILLS (there’s a reason I do free verse poetry over any other kind)

AND TO THAT OTHER ANON I didn’t understand your use of / at first… until I realized you did it in haiku form. Guys, guys, look! It’s adorable.

I want to ask for / Mitama’s audio please! / Translated lines too!

Usual disclaimers / fan translations are not used / as be all end all.

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I’m tired of all these fans who think they have the right to make fun of Kyuhyun’s weight gain by calling him fat. I’ve seen so many ELFs on twitter who literally gave him that adjective as a “fun” nickname when he’s nowhere near fat. It’s really not funny at all. I don’t even care how much you love him, but that’s exactly how it started for Kangin. He lost more than 30 pounds in less than a month because of his weird diets. Why would you make fun of someone’s weight? Seriously.

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ethereal: ethe·re·al | adjective

a: resembling heaven; seeming to belong to another world.
b: extremely delicate and light in a way that seems too perfect for this world.

If the only argument you can make for why you are doing something is “This is what I want to do, I feel it is my right,” while completely disregarding how your actions are impacting others, you absolutely are being selfish. That’s the literal definition of the word selfish. 

self·ishˈ /adjective/ (of a person, action, or motive) lacking consideration for others; concerned chiefly with one’s own personal profit or pleasure.

If seeing people discussing this makes you feel uncomfortable or angry and your first instinct is to respond defensively in an attempt to justify why you think you should have as many opportunities to meet Darren as you want, you need to take a step back to think about why that is. Chances are it’s because deep down you know you are being inconsiderate and selfish and you don’t like feeling that way or having other people call attention to it. Here are some of the arguments and justifications I’ve seen people use and why they really don’t hold water:

1) “I paid for a ticket which I means I have the right to stage door.” Yes, if you bought a ticket and attended the show THAT NIGHT, you do have the right to also go to the stage door after the show. You DO NOT have the right to get a picture with Darren, get unlimited things signed for you and your friends, get Darren on video responding to you or saying hi to other people who can’t be there, or to be at the front of the barricade night after night. Contrary to popular belief, Darren does not have unlimited energy and time. Not everyone who goes to the stage door after the show gets their things signed, gets a hello or wave from Darren, or even gets to make eye contact with him. Most people get one shot at meeting Darren after the show if they are LUCKY. That’s it. And the fact that they are often ending up at the back of the barricade (where at best they catch a glimpse at the top of Darren’s head if they stand on tiptoes) or possibly get a Playbill signed if they pass it up to someone in the front is very frustrating and disappointing for them. Why is that all they get out of their stage door experience? Because fans who haven’t seen the show that night are lining up before Hedwig even ends to stake out the prime spots in front of the barricade. People who haven’t paid for and attended the show that night have ZERO right to stage door. It’s basic Broadway etiquette and IT IS WRONG. END OF STORY. I don’t care if you are going to get something signed for a friend or if you’ve bought tickets for the show for a different night or whatever excuse you might have for why you should be allow to break the rules. You aren’t above them. No one is. 

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i’m saying this as a lesbian
yelling at bi/pan people for calling themselves gay or making jokes about being So Gay is literally the dumbest fucking thing like who cares…..straight people are killing us and you think it’s a problem that bi people call themselves gay…..get over yourself
it’s one thing for a bi/pan person to tell people that they’re gay because “it’s just easier” which is gross and annoying and homophobic
but any sga person can use the word gay to describe themselves like “i’m so gay” or “i’m a [adjective] gay”
like the straights consider literally all of us Nasty Queers there are bigger problems than bi/pan people jokingly using a term that’s been assigned to them without their consent

You know you’re addicted to Cabin Pressure when you ...


- irritate other people by shouting “Yellow Car” when you see a yellow car
- smile at the sight of lemons, Talisker whiskey, pineapple juice, chocolate covered raisins or Toblerone
- know the phonetic alphabet by heart, especially for G, E, R, T, I, B, M, and J
- almost laugh out loud in the office because the moment you read that a customer has bought a chest of drawers called “Puccini”, you hear Anthony Head and Roger Allam’s voices yelling “It’s not Puccini!”
- have a favourite adjective which is literally brilliant
- are fond of word games
- know the names of the 7 dwarves by heart
- get all the feels at the mentioning of Zurich
- try to speak in italics
- know that an airline has to have more than one plane
- smile or get nightmares thinking about 12 balaclava’d ewes
- know that talking about fire axes to Boston airport security is probably not a good idea

someone asked me what kind of music I like and I literally spewed off about 37000 adjectives
“um like alternative indie rock or pop but with some folk or electronic or hardcore elements”