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7 selfies !!!!! Of 2017 !!! Tagged by @Rimdora !! Some of these are from 2016 (don’t @ me!!) so I added selfies from this year I haven’t posted to make up for it.

Tagging: @nyandiquil @kakashi-jpg @nautilus-shell @zenshousewife @juliemangoes @motherearthsign @mybelovedafterman @cheonjiwang
@qi-mochi and if you’re a mutual period do this !!!!!!

bnha bad end: mineta is rewarded for his pervyness in the plot and ends up with a hot gf to drool over who ‘likes his personality’

bnha good end: mineta transfers out or otherwise leaves the plot

bnha true end: mineta undergoes character development and realizes how awful he’s been and actively works to change himself because he’s still just a kid like the rest of them and deserves redemption

my favorite thing about the spanish harry potter translation is that instead of calling voldemort “the dark lord,” they call him señor tenebroso, which basically means “mr. spooky”

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Manga, 2003, and Brotherhood


Bonus:

so Shire-talk is canonically a very different dialect of Westron than what Gondorians or Elves or whatever speak and some of the hobbits can code switch between the two and it’s extremely interesting to see how Tolkien portrays it

I’ve just gotten to the part where Frodo meets Faramir, and the difference between how he talks to Faramir and how he talks to Sam, for instance, is v noticable

with Sam he’s a lot more casual and even slightly more modern (for the value of 1954, not 2017) vs with Faramir where he switches to this very formal, quite archaic to our ears (“seven companions we had”)

and then Sam himself doesn’t seem comfortable speaking this prestige dialect (his style includes rather more general “vernacular” features common across regional nonliterary English dialects) - probably bc unlike Frodo he was not given the type of education that would lend itself to learning how to speak it comfortably - so there’s this clash between how Faramir talks to them and how Sam talks back

there’s also the bit where Theoden meets Merry and Pippin, and Merry greets him in very high formality, Pippin addresses Gimli casually bc they’re friends, then turns to Theoden and switches to the formal style, they both talk some more to him, and then after he’s gone Pippin turns to Merry and says Theoden was a “fine old fellow, very polite” (in the more casual style)

In that one scene you have a lot of style switching depending on the person they’re addressing and their status and relationship to the hobbits, but, for instance, Gimli’s sentence structure sounds more like the formal dialect even when he’s happily berating them and calling them villains, probably because he doesn’t use Shire-talk

basically: you can tell this dude was a linguist

me, waking up this morning: ah what a beautiful-
brain: “violent, disgusting intrusive thought”
me:
brain: :)

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