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So I thought I’d feel at least some level of disappointment after this ep because I’m so used to this show breaking my damn heart and just stomping on it because Gimple, but I actually feel this odd sense of relief and validation that I haven’t felt from watching the show in a long time. I’m sure after a few days of this blissful caryl high I’m gonna start craving more like a junkie looking for a fix…maybe I can already feel the itch coming on….but right now, this is what it feels like to know canon is coming and it’s just a matter of when and not if. Do I wish they talked more? Sure. Of course, but this show doesn’t do talking like that, no one ever seems to really delve into the emotional issues haunting them, they avoid or gloss over it. So hot damn if I won’t just be sitting here marinating in all the caryl awesomeness we’ve been given. It’s enough for now and it feels like a promise of more.

Story time…

So, I just got back from MBLGTACC, a queer college leadership conference. While I have to admit it was far from perfect (more on that later, probably), the overall atmosphere was very friendly and inclusive of queer identities. Except for a gross thing that happened this morning, which I need to vent.

One of the last workshops I attended was centered around dogmatism in queer communities. Since this is something I have some issues with myself, I was pretty excited.

But fairly early on, the presenter asked about people’s own experiences with dogmatism. The last example came from a person who said their friend had been barred from attending the conference because of some remarks she had made about certain members of the community.

“She’s part of the community,” the person said, as if this should grant their friend instant acces, “she just doesn’t like bi and pan people.”

JUST doesn’t like us. As if that’s a trivial reason to be kept out of a conference that’s supposed to be ALL ABOUT diversity and inclusion within the community.

The presenter didn’t address the inherent biphobia of this statement, which has left me feeling gross hours afterward. “Not liking” bisexual and pansexual people isn’t an opinion. It’s hate. And keeping someone biphobic from attending a conference with countless bi and pan attendees and presenters isn’t dogmatism. It’s keeping a hateful person out of an environment they don’t deserve to be in.

anonymous asked:

Answer asap please! Thank you. Recently I slept in my binder now it's harder for me to breathe and now my chest hurts... also I regularly keep my binder on for more than 12 hours at a time. What are the side effects of doing these?

Permanently deformed rib cage & breathing troubles to go with that, suffocating, death……

I know that dysphoria is a killer and that it must sound nagging and annoying to hear the “don’t bind for more than 8+ hours at the time” advice over and over again, but it’s not advice that’s given for nothing. There are many very serious health issues (and at times death risks) that comes with binding for such long periods of time.

Please do try to look after yourself and take breaks from binding when you can. Even if it’s just one hour or two out of your binder every now and then, it’s better than nothing.

If your ribs/chest hurts a lot, try to go a full two-three days without binding and see if the pain goes away. If it doesn’t, you should go see a doctor if you can, because you might have bruised or sprained a rib. (Or if the pain and breathing troubles you are having are bothing you a lot already, you can skip the first step and go directly to a doctor.)

Book activism

I just want to state first off that book activism is a good thing and is needed in the world. However, the problem is with some, not all, but some of the book activists. They call out books for being problematic, which is great. We do need to get awareness for problems in books. The problem is that some do not explain why it is problematic. 

People need to understand that there are firstly, people not from the same perspective as them and may not be able to pick up on the harmful things in the books. Therefore these people need to be educated on the issues and not shouted down. Calmly tell them why the book is problematic and not shout them down for being terrible humans for reading the book.

Secondly, I feel  as though some book activists just assume that everyone has already read the book and should know exactly why it is problematic. Most people, the ones that I have come across anyway. want to know why it is problematic before they buy it. Telling people that the book is problematic but giving no more than that is not helping. People need to understand why a book is problematic. I have found that simply telling people a book is problematic but not giving any evidence just encourages someone to read the book that has been deemed harmful as they want to understand why and not that they want to promote the book. Also when some blogs say that they are reading a certain book they often get shouted down for it. People just assume that they should already know all the problems. By all means let them know the problems with the book but don’t shout them down when they did not know the problems.

Thirdly, some books are controversial rather than problematic. There are people from a given minority where some will view it as harmful and others will not. There are always going to be people who have different opinions to you. If you want to bring someone round to your opinion you have a calm discussion and not shout down at people. Shouting down often reaffirms a person’s argument. 

However, there are problems on both sides of the argument. Firstly other people need to understand that the majority of arguments against a book is formed on fact. Believe people from the certain group depicted when they say that a book is problematic. They are not just making it up. 

Secondly, once again, when you have a different opinion don’t shout down the other person. This is not how these issues get resolved. Calm discussion is needed not shouting matches. 

Thirdly, if you want to read a book that is problematic is it ok. Personally, I want to read a book for myself. I will keep the arguments against it in my mind while I read it. You need to listen to the arguments people have against it but if you want to see and understand for yourself that is ok. 

I want to make sure that everyone knows that this is not all book activists. On the whole book activism is a good thing so keep up the good work book activists! 

(Sorry for the rant. It’s probably really incoherent as it was early morning when I wrote it.)

anonymous asked:

JUST THANK YOU FOR THAT TIDBIT. STEPH IS THE ONE WHO FOUND TIMMY'S WEAKNESS. please tell me hoooooow.

Hi babe. Probably something from way back in the day. Ah, at one time in his Robin series, Tim Drake started dating Steph when she was pregnant. He totally stuck it out with her and supported her when she decided to give the baby up for adoption (putting Spoiler on hold). I think it was the most mature series of issues I’d read thus far, just good guy Robin, you know?  And back then, the two of them were just adorable. Plus, well, another chance to write Robin!Tim :D

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“You know,” she starts, “you should probably wash the blood off before you come sneaking around my room at all hours of the night.”

Lying against her shoulder with his eyes closed behind the domino, Robin hums something that might be ‘sure, sure, next time,’ to ‘but don’t I look so badass?’ 

It’s been a long night, Batman out on League business, Nightwing doing his own thing in the ‘Haven, and a mini-turf war going down with some gang bangers finally exploded in violence all over the streets.

There was actually nothing better than to be right here after the fighting and lean into Steph’s warmth, manage one gauntlet off to get a bare hand on her baby bump, and sigh (because the important things were safe).

Still buised and bloody, tunic ripped out, some of the armor showing, R missing (and some cop is going to get a souvenir on this one), tights stained with…well, someone’s blood, and here he is two hours before dawn. Sitting on Steph’s bed, leaning into her side with an arm around her back and the other on the moving little person inside (and depending on her decision…might be someone he gets to take care of, too. It’s okay, they’ve got plans).

He noses into her neck a little, talked out from giving her the low-down of the fight. She usually asks rapid-fire questions, talking strategy and weaknesses, cataloguing the bad guys.

And it’s one of those nights that he can’t feel her hand until it gets to the nape of his neck, over the collar of the cape, and starts inching into his hair. The light scratches seems to make every muscle in his body unlock, lets him slump a little more bonelessly against her softness. It makes the thought of school in a few hours, of Dad recovering and the lies he has to tell, of detailing everything he can for B to read when he gets back, all of it just…fall away.

In an hour, he’ll drag himself to the Red Bird outside, shower, and be a normal teenager for the day. But for now, he’s warm and surrounded by Steph’s sweet perfume and holding his possible future in the palm of his hand. 

anonymous asked:

lol of course it's easy for someone who's jeongguk biased to say that... you all are really the worst. constantly only supporting and caring for jeongguk but claiming that equality and supporting all of them is important.

So if I was a stan of any other member than Jeongguk, then you would embrace my advice, which would be unwavering no matter who I stan because that is my honest opinion? I was not stating my perspective as a person who biases Jeongguk, but from a reasonable and mature stance, a non-fan point of view because I wished to be as unbiased as possible. Really, what is the point in giving my opinion on a widespread issue amongst multiple members if I am going to be lenient towards one of them, nonetheless the one who receives the best treatment of them all? That is completely unfair and not what I am here to do.

Honestly, your message is just pointless, because you clearly have no idea of who I am and the fact that 1. I love all of the members equally because what is the point of being so entirely invested in a group if I am only going to idolise and support a single member and 2. In the time that I have been a fan of BTS, I have stanned every single one of those boys at some stage with Jeongguk being the last to come forth as a considered bias. So truly, do not come into my inbox spouting this kind of nonsense and acting like I am the scum of the earth because I – a Jeongguk stan, who is actually predominantly a Yoongi stan, but of course you did not think to point that out because you did not know it and based your thoughts around my icon and URL – stated my opinion when I was asked for it.

I am honestly sick to death of this ideal that because you stan a particular member, it means that you cannot have an opinion about anything in regards to the other members of the group, nor does it mean that you respect, support or love the other members. It is such an immature principle to have and I really hope those that are projecting this ridiculous concept are not abiding by their own guidelines of only devoting themselves to a single member of the group and not caring about the rest, because that is honestly just sad that they cannot appreciate the talent that BTS are as a whole, and as individual people.

To everyone else who has sent me messages in regards to this, I am deleting them, as I do not wish to pursue this topic further as I have very clearly stated my opinion in regards to the situation, nonetheless in regards to the feedback my opinion has received. Please respect that and do not message me again, you will be instantly blocked if you do.

hey @slimy if you’re gonna respond you should reblog otherwise you just look like you’re yelling into your own echo chamber to make yourself feel better. I know that’s helpful sometimes but in this case it just makes you look like one of those jerks that drives by yelling obscenities from their window before hitting the gas and peeling away

Gatekeeping as a term was coined back in 1943 by Kurt Lewin, a psychologist, and has been used in a vast array of purposes. It has been used in various applications - and yes, it has been used by trans activists fighting for inclusion. But trying to say its a term specifically coined and relegated to trans issues is ridiculous.

I know ya’ll like to throw out the whole ‘a-spec people are homophobic/serophobic” like it’s some nasty wild card, as if every person in the LGBT+ community is free from serophobia. As if L&G people haven’t been, and are, biphobic to this day. Should I demonize the entirey of the LGBT+ community for being complacent in biphobia on a daily basis? Or does biphobia within the community not count? Does the serophobia that exists with the L&G community not count? Does it only count when it comes to a-spec people? 

You’re all acting like no a-spec person has ever been attacked, raped, or discriminated against for being a-spec - but each time a person recounts a personal story where it has happened you claim they’re making it up. Once you start accepting personal accounts as evidence, we can talk. 

I mean, if you really wanna play that game, both bisexual people and straight people have said that I should be attracted to men bc it “doesn’t make sense” for me to reject men bc of their gender

both bisexual people and straight people have told me that I should care more abt men than I do even though I constantly face violence from men bc I’m a lesbian

both bisexual people and straight people have told me to listen to the other side when I’m complaining about specifically lesbophobic things

like don’t get it twisted, I never said that it wasn’t a multifaceted issue; I just made commentary on one part of the issue.

also if you really think there’s any societal advantage to being a lesbian in comparison to like, being literally anything else, you hate gay people. just say that and let me live.

Despite losing access to my google account last night, necessitating putting my old OS back in temporarily, it looks like everything new is back up and running. Just finished calibration and am getting my tablet/art programs kicking again. Gaming is back online, and now I can finally use all of my ludicrous amounts of ram that I paid through the butt for :D I am still awaiting my NEW new mouse, as the one I just purchased turned out to not be new, but a broken refurb. (Lesson learned, order from Razer. Always. Never some seedy electronics shop because it was twenty bucks cheaper. There is always a catch.) Turns out my poor computer had MPD because of that old hard drive I had in it. Improperly partitioned, The Beast was trying to run two disparate copies of windows at once, causing ID issues with the motherboard and driver explosions on the regular. SO. Hah. Ftttt. New hard drives and new copy of windows in place. I’m e x h a u s t e d. But that’s okay. PPS: Someone remind me to replace my 25mm internal fan? By the time last night’s misadventures were complete I just wanted windows to stop updating so I could go to bed.

for your own peace of mind, maybe dont pay too close attention to the lyrics of some christmas songs.

this is the christmas card im sending out. steve didnt know what text i was gonna put behind it when he drew the picture.

(You can get this on redbubble!)

and it turns out that clint, who has been humming christmas carols for weeks now, doesnt actually know any of the real lyrics, and has just been making them up as he goes along. this is his latest masterpiece:

Winter Soldier’s Gunnin’ You Down (To the tune of Santa Claus is Coming to Town)

You better watch out, you better not cry

You’ll probably bleed out, I’m tellin’ you why

Winter Soldier’s gunnin’ you down

He’s got a hit list, he’s starting a fight

He’s clenching his fist, it’s shiny and bright

Winter Soldier’s gunnin’ you down!

He sees you when you’re sleeping

He knows when you’re awake

His aim is really fucking good and he’s gonna assassinate

You better watch out, you better not cry

You’ll probably bleed out, I’m tellin’ you why

Winter Soldier’s gunnin’ you down

He’s yanking out wheels and firing guns

If you were smart you’d probably run

Winter Soldier’s gunning you down!

Winter Soldier’s gunning you down!

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marvel poc week

day one: favorite female poc ◇ kamala khan

 I’ve seen a few posts around saying that Andy was problematic or that the episode would have worked just fine without him. The thing to remember is that the crewniverse creates this show to be relatable not only in ways that have us singing from the mountain tops, but also in ways that are a little harder for us to face. Maybe in ways that make us uncomfortable, but are very much issues that we need to address as well. 

How many people were reminded of their own closed minded family members while watching Andy? My literal thoughts were ‘oh look, it’s my dad in an SU ep!’, before wanting to sink away from second hand embarrassment for the comments he made. Because man, have I been there before. 

Because who hasn’t had their sort of uncle freak out over the illegal hippy martian immigrant farmers your dad said could live in his barn? 

No but really. Especially that part about hearing about this on AM radio? Yeah, at least one writer has come up close and personal with this type of specimen. It may seem that given the timing of certain current events, the last thing anyone wants to see on SU is one of THOSE types. 

But here’s the thing: they exist. You can hide your head under a rock all you want, but they’re still there. So what do we do? We actually get two points of view on this. One: the gems as literal aliens. On a good day they really don’t understand even the most open minded of humans. So here they are running smack into one that’s mad about a world that’s changing even without the interference of the gems. And he’s upset that they’re not acting in the “traditional” roles he’s use to seeing human women in. Never mind that they’re not human, or technically speaking, women. They’re there in his barn, messing with his things, and really there’s no way this can end well. 

Until you bring in the nephew he never knew he had. Who just so happens to be very, very interested in learning about his human family.And who just wants everyone to get along. Because let’s face it, that’s Steven’s MO. He’s so focused on finding out that his family name is ‘Demayo’ that Andy’s comment to Greg ‘not even marrying an American’ floats right by him. But it was very much meant for the audience to hear. 

Not that any of that matters to Steven, he’s already planning the most awkward family reunion in the galaxy. 

And the Gems, bless their hearts, are eager to make Steven happy.

And honestly, for all his misgivings, so is Andy.

To a point anyway. Until he realizes that maybe, just maybe things are changing. That change is coming whether he likes it or not. And that change can never, ever be one sided. 

And at the first Thanksgiving, the gems and the humans gave thanks for polyamorous wedding cake, corn, this table, and traumatizing life events.

The thing about change is that it’s never simple. It never happens over night. Both sides are scared or angry, or very probably both. They’re also sure that their side is the right side. 

And even when it seems like everything is going right, you’re trying so hard include everyone in your new vision and it seems like you’re really getting through to them, they just… slip away. Because change is scary. Because they’re going through the motions without really understanding why. Because sometimes it’s easier to go along with things even if they don’t agree, even if their heart isn’t in it. So again, what do you do?

You listen. You hear their fears. You let them come to their own conclusions that maybe, just maybe, things HAVE to change. 

But that doesn’t mean being left behind. 

Now for reality: It’s never as simple as this. Bigotry isn’t faced and solved in 20 minutes. No one is saying it is. Sometimes it’s safer not to face it, and sometimes you just can’t. 

But I think overall its meant to be a message of hope- just like the overall message of Steven Universe is a positive one. People have opposing points of view. Talk. Listen. See that in the end you have more in common than you ever thought possible and go from there. Also: family is what you make of it. Even if it’s a dad, an estranged uncle, an alien hybrid child and his hippy illegal martian immigrant aunts. It can work, as long as you work together.

JJ's performance in episode 11 is so crucial in helping Yuuri move forward.

So I was really surprised when JJ choked in ep 11. If there was one person who I never thought would crack, it was JJ. I expected consistency from him, so when he messed up I was SUPER shocked.

And that’s the point.

Remember this scene from the same episode where Yuuri reacts to failing his jump? After executing a near perfect performance?

This is the look of someone who’s just… so angry at himself for failing. Someone who’s thinking “wow you’ve fucked up the year before and this year you have Viktor by your side and YOU STILL FUCK UP.”

Yet in episode 12 that’s no longer a prominent issue. You no longer see him terrified of failure, and you can tell that watching JJ gave him the insight that he needed.

This is him realising that even the most seemingly infallible are fallible. That they can and will cave in to the pressure from time to time, and that it’s okay.


And this is him realising that he’s NOT a failure. That he’s not some pathetic loser to everyone for messing up that jump.


And finally here’s where he finds a bit more confidence in himself and self-worth. Here’s where Yuuri realises that messing up does not undermine every other success he’s had, that it does not define him. That he failed at one jump, but he also succeeded at every other, and was brilliant enough to be one of the final six.

Here’s where he realises that he failed, and that he can forgive himself for that.

The signs as things I've heard AP students say
  • Aries: I don't know how to play football, but I've got anger issues and want to punch some of you.
  • Taurus: We're soarin', flyin'. If you thought I was singing high school musical, you were wrong, I'm just high.
  • Gemini: Just remember that Hamilton was our first president and you'll be fine.
  • Cancer: *looks up from titration lab* Did you know that Einstein invented blow dryers?
  • Leo: Burn the capitalists. Fuck it, burn the lowercasists too.
  • Virgo: *sees a Trump shirt* Ay, no, el gringo!
  • Libra: *while burning tin foil in AP chem* Drat, foiled again!
  • Scorpio: One time I ate a bagel.
  • Sagittarius: Fuck, 3 plus 4 is eight. Fuck, no it's not, it's 6.
  • Capricorn: "#makeamericagreatagainbecausehillaryisanamazingcandidateandtrumpsux"
  • "Did you just say hashtag?"
  • "Hashtag fuck u"
  • Aquarius: Greetings Fuckers.
  • Pisces: *gasps in the middle of class* oh god, I'm gay.
  • Ruby: Dad, I'm calling you to tell you Uncle Qrow died.
  • Taiyang: Are you sure? He's not just comatose from too much alcohol? Or sleeping?
  • Ruby: Dad! I watched him die! Like he was poisoned and coughing up purple liquid.
  • Taiyang: Yeah, I've seen this before. Reach into his back pocket and grab his flask, then tip out the whisky.
  • Ruby: Dad this is not the time for jokes! Uncle Qrow is dead!
  • Taiyang: Just do it.
  • Ruby: Fine! We were going to pour one out for him at the next village anyway. *proceeds to do as told*
  • Qrow: What the fuckity fuck fuck do you think you are doing missy?!
Anxiety and Retirement

I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about Yuuri’s feelings towards retirement. Last night my TL was filled with worried fans, alongside those excited about the defacto proposal. And seeing that, compiled with the preview for episode 10 have built up quite a bit of emotion in me. So, I’m just going to spill my opinions here. This is just how I view the situation. It’s my thoughts on how it might be handled. It could very well go in a different direction, but I’ve found my thoughts different from some of the others I’ve seen tackling this issue. I thought it a good idea to add in another viewpoint to the mess.

One of the things I really want to address is Yuuri’s anxiety. It’s something very real in the series, brought up by Yuuko early on, and seen affecting Yuuri in many ways. From his failures after the GPF last year due to his inabilities to cope with losing and Vicchan’s death to the explosion in episode 7 and so much more. I feel like the moments his anxiety is obviously explored are very clear to the fandom. I’ve seen a lot of people with anxiety expressing how clear a portrayal of the disorder Yuuri is. As a sufferer myself, I have to agree.

And that brings me to something. I feel like there are parts of Yuuri’s anxiety that are maybe downplayed, or less noticed, that greatly affect some of the recent moments we’ve had. And that is Negative Thinking. Yuuri is a clear case of this. He says it himself.

Yuuri got into the GPX, yes, but it was essentially on a technicality. The only reason he was granted invite over Michele was due to the fact he had a Silver in China. That’s it. And that… that can’t feel good. That is not something to be proud of. That’s a feeling of failure because, really, do I deserve this chance now? You can see it in his desperate search for comfort after the medal ceremony. It’s a funny scene, dead-eye Yuuri running around hugging people, Yurio running away, but it’s also so, so sad to me. Yuuri is looking for something he can’t find. Release from his anxiety.

Release he finds in Victor’s arms. From that first hug before Eros until now, Victor has been the one there to abate Yuuri’s anxiety when it flares up. He’s made it this far and built so much confidence, but that’s the problem with anxiety. You can build and build and build, and then that one things comes in and tears it all down in a moment. The next time you rebuild, you have a pattern, a blue print, and it’s easier, but that doesn’t negate the fact that for those moments you feel hopeless and lost all over again.

And that’s, in my opinion, where Yuuri was as he stood outside on the street in episode 9. His thoughts during the skate, about Victor understanding, about not wanting to make Victor’s work look like it was for naught, all nagging in his mind and being consumed by a cloud of anxiety over the ‘I don’t actually deserve this. I’m not even as good as I was last year, when I got in and wanted to skate on the same ice as Victor, and I have him by me and I’m still this useless.’

So, he feels he’s done and over with, he can’t move up. He just keeps falling. He wants that gold, but either way it’s it. He’s done with because, look at him, he’s failing even now. He’ll let Victor go, because obviously he’s wasted on him, no matter how much Yuuri wants to keep him. It’s selfish.

And Yurio comes and literally kicks him out of it. And tells Yuuri to buck up. Something he’s heard before. He’s heard that he shouldn’t be this upset before. He’s heard don’t retire – from Mooroka, from Minami – and he shakes back to life a little.

But then, then he goes home. And there is Victor. Those arms he was so desperately searching for. Waiting, open, rushing for him. And he flings himself into those arms. And immediately Victor tells Yuuri he was thinking about him, how he can be a better coach to him, what he can do for him. And Yuuri wants that, but didn’t he also just make a choice? To retire and let Victor go? That’s the best course of action, isn’t it? But for a moment, he’s selfish, and please god, at least until I make it official I gave up, stay with me. Take care of me, because you do it in so much more than skating, and I need that. Because once he says he’s done, will Victor go? Back to Russia? Done and gone? He’s just here to coach me through GPF, isn’t he?

But then Victor says those words. Those few words Yuuri so desperately needed to hear. I want to stay with you, forever. I don’t want to leave. Don’t stop, keep going, so I can stay with you. It sounds like a proposal, I hear what you are saying behind the guise of skating, and I get it. I truly do, Yuuri.

And those tears in his eyes. They could be for many reasons, because he was so sure about it all ending and he’s changed his mind, he’d gotten confidence back, or because he’s shook by finally, finally feeling affirmed that Victor is his. He’s not seducing the playboy anymore, he’s caught him, fully, entirely. Or it could be because he’s scared that he’ll say he still wants to stop and maybe Victor’s mind will change. Because that’s what anxiety is. A monster haunting you and stopping you from processing that things can be good and okay.

And in the next episode there will be a talk of some sort. And we see that church and those soft looks and I can only hope, that in those moments, maybe they have both grown enough to admit to wanting to stay by each other, never leaving, without the idea of skating. Because then, either way, they will grow stronger. Yuuri will be able to skate, without the anxiety that if he doesn’t do well enough, this will be it with Victor. That his love, in regards to his love, it is truly about him now, not just the skate. About YUURI, the one on the ice, not the ice itself.

So all this, all these muddled feelings, mixed with the possibility of a second season existing, this makes me think it’s not the end for Yuuri. That he will fight down that monster and keep going. Because as much as he seems okay with winning and ending, I know that fire in his expression when Minami told him to keep going, I know those haunted thoughts that stop me and make me okay with stopping even if I don’t want to, and I see them in Yuuri. I don’t think he truly is okay with ending his career here. Could he and be fine? Yes. But is the desire there, deep down, to keep going and reach further heights and surprise the world and Victor more also burning in him? I certainly think so.

Explaining BIGBANG members to normal people like

First, we have a rich screaming bird dressing like the weed man. Yes, he’s the leader. He hangs out in museums and abroad more than in Korea actually. Every time you blink, he’s changed his hair and outfit.

Second, there is a furniture lover who looks like Groot. Dancing is not his forte though, but definitely singing the chorus. He’s from outer space, a citizen of the honorable planet Doom Dada where showing skin is prohibited by law. Once caught on camera while peeing on rich bird.

Third, there’s a guy who pretends to be a celestial object. You can tell that he’s hot, doesn’t need clothes to keep himself warm. His hair stylist has some real issues. If you like quality dance: bias him. But if you dislike people spreading bs on social media… don’t do it.

Fourth: The only decent one in the group. Nah, just kidding. He might not see anything due to his hair helmet but this guy will roast you better than Jackson Wang and Key combined. Fans call him angel but don’t buy into that, those jokes and hip movements are nothing but satanic.

Fifth… where do I even start. Let’s put it like this, he’s got more Dirty Vibe than the leader. His hobby is sitting on other group’s maknaes. Can talk about love and in several languages by mere imitation. If that snake YG ever retires, this guy will take things over.

pissed-off-persephone  asked:

Alright, just how would a vampire keep their finances intact and accessible over hundreds of years?

I don’t think there’s any legal impediment to this. The main issue is their ID, but they would need to periodically change their identity over time. All they’d need to do is transfer their money around from their “old” identity to their “new” one when they transition. How to do that without paying a lot of taxes and/or getting audited? For that you’d probably have to ask a @scriptaccountant if we have one ;)