this kid is me yo

Hey kids who likes Mafia, here’s some misc. headcanons that came to mind

  • Siegbert is not a strong liar. Regardless of his role, he has a tendency to avoid eye contact when telling a lie.
  • He can be fooled easily and is too quick to trust the wrong players.
  • Even as a citizen, he plays an active role is trying to uncover the mafia.
  • Siegbert makes an easy scapegoat.
  • He surprisingly does not crack under pressure unless he is the mafia. He dreads the role, but fate is cruel and he’s often chosen for it.
  • Siegbert believes anything Soleil says. It’s a habit he can’t break that leaks into the game.
  • When Marx is mafia, Siegbert will throw the game without meaning to.
  • His strategy as mafia is to lie low and contribute to discussion only when necessary.
  • As nurse/medic, he will always save his father on the first turn.
  • He is not actually a bad player. He is skillful at picking up on the cues of others.
  • His downfall is doubting his gut feeling which is usually right.
  • It’s rare for Siegbert to survive to the end. He is typically out by the third or fourth round.
  • His favorite role is detective. Trying to uncover the identity of the mafia is an exciting challenge.
  • As a detective, he makes a strong leader (albeit is a little obvious that he has been given such a vital role). His confidence is more pronounced.
  • He never makes the first accusation, but remains vigilant of other players.
Team Skull
  • Guzma: Yo, good job.
  • Grunt A: Thanks, dad.
  • Everyone:
  • Grunt A: Why is everyone starin' at me?
  • Grunt B: You just called the boss 'dad'. You said "Thanks, dad."
  • Grunt A: No I didnt, I said thanks, man!
  • Guzma: Yo, you see me as a father figure?
  • Grunt A: N-no! If anything I see you as a BOTHER figure cause you're always botherin' me!
  • Plumeria: Ey! Show your father some respect!
  • Grunt A: I didn't call him dad!!!
  • Guzma: No, no, yo, I take it as a compliment.
  • Kukui: It's not a big deal, yeah. I called Professor Burnet 'mom' once and she's my wife.
  • Grunt A: Yo, jump on that! Kukui has psycho sexual issues!
  • Gladion: Old news! But you calling Guzma daddy...
  • Grunt A: Hey! Daddy is not on the table here!
  • Lusamine: But you did call him dad.
  • Grunt A: Oh shut up, you've been doing nothing but lie since you got here!
  • Lusamine: Alright, alright I was lying about the hold up, but the dad thing? That happened.
  • Grunt A: AHA! She admitted that her alibi was a lie! It was a trap! All part of my crazy, devious plan.
  • Guzma: I believe ya
  • Grunt A: Thank you.
  • Guzma: Son.
  • Grunt A:
  • Guzma: Yo, you wanna talk about it later over of catch?
  • Grunt A:
  • Grunt A: I'd like that

WELL..ive been wanting to cross these over for a while now..just.. take IT

you ever think about how in 10 years all these kids will have the names from all the fandoms because their parents are blogging rn when they should be sleeping and one day your kids will just come home and be like ‘… ya my best friend naruto’ and you just call up that kid’s parents and be like ‘yo season 9 finale killed me’ and we’ll all just be friends

because i do


lucille gabrielle dubois 

 Students are dying dad, we’re averaging on at least one a semester…there’s something going on.❞  Lucie Dubois placed her hands firmly against her fathers oaken desk. He wasn’t looking at her, but she could tell from the thin line that the mayors lips had formed that he wasn’t telling her everything. He was keeping something from her.  ❝ I’m pretty sure it’s got everything to do with Scott McCall and his friends, and if you aren’t going to do anything to protect the people of our town, then I will.❞  With that she left the room, leaving her father in a stunned silence.

It had been almost seventeen years since Lucille had come into his life, seventeen years that Mayor Dubois had been waiting for the awakening


since I did texts last time, here’s some fuckboy!performanceunit snaps


xionchan  asked:

ALSO JUST SAYING YOU'RE AMAZING *throws confetti and fake YGO cards with pictures of THE MOON on them at you*

SJFALKFJAD;L SHIONNNNNNNN TAKE IT BACK TAKE IT BACKK how dare you use the moon joke on me
(I’M KIDDING..THANK YO U….. have this in return because it’s what your ask reminded me of)

music department
  • <p> <b>middle school band kids:</b> yo yo mama haha<p/><b>me:</b> yea can you just exit to hell immediately??? you're all so immature and how dare you? when will you ever learn??<p/><b>also me:</b> baethoven haha<p/></p>

“Overall he’s a pretty good kid but-” “Can I tell the yo-yo story?” [laughing] “Go ahead.” “Me and Matt were fighting- it was his yo-yo. So I got mad at him, flushed it down the toilet, two hours later the ceiling in the kitchen is dripping…” “Niagara Falls.” “Her and my dads not home and the babysitters there… like within twenty minutes the whole kitchen caved in. Literally flooded. We were like.. I’m just sitting there like… ‘I wanna be dead’ like theres nothing, like I don’t even wanna be here when they come home. Babysitter quit that afternoon. It was just an absolute disaster over a yo-yo.” (x)

Remember kids:

time < productivity 

just because you studied for 5 hours today, doesn’t mean you studied

I’m so sick and tired of the studyblr/appblr mentality that MORE studying is BETTER studying. If studying for 3 hours a day works for you, great! But don’t feel obligated to study for long periods of time just because it’s a common theme in the community. 

Study for as long as you need to. Don’t set a goal of “I’m gonna study for 4 hours today after school!” No. No, no, no. You’re going at this all wrong. Aim to study until you understand the concepts, until you feel confident about the material. Whether that takes 20 minutes or 2 hours is up to you. 

It’s not about how long you study for, it’s what you do with the time that counts.