truly gentleman

So some of you may remember that i told you that i was gonna go on a date on Saturday and i went. The thing is that i don’t really know what to think. He was truly a gentleman, but there was no “spark”. As the date progressed he put his arm around me while we were walking about 6-7 times so i guess this is a good sign ? And at the end of the date he mentioned setting up another date soon, but if there was no spark should i go on a second date ? What do you guys think ?

Your Pyro Accident - Michael 5SOS Imagine/Preference

You were so excited to go onstage and sing a song with the guys. The guys had been trying to convince you to sing with them for weeks, and when you finally agreed, they were so excited. You were going to sing part of Voodoo Doll, you were both happy and scared out of your mind. You got pumped up before the show, and when you heard Michael announce you, you ran out onto the stage. 

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GOT7 College Life

  If GOT7 were University Professors


JB - Art teacher

An eccentric young professor with a lot of potential, despite his young age he’s internationally recognized for his works and his deep understanding of life and their relationship with art. His classes are very dynamic and versatile, full of social content. He’s someone brutally honest when he tries to give a criticism or review of the work of his students. His students loves-hates him, but everyone agrees that they learn a lot with him.


JUNIOR - Literature teacher

He’s a sexy professor, a truly gentleman; intelligent, kind, sensitive and funny… Every morning he welcomes the students with a “Good morning” and a smile, his classes are interesting and informative. He makes the literature stop being boring. Definitely a great teacher, serious, responsible, disciplined but empathetic and understanding.The man that all women dreamed about and every girl wants to meet. The man you thought only existed in books and movies. Unfortunately he’s happily married / engaged / with girlfriend, who is his best friend since childhood.


MARK - Math teacher

The new, foreign, a skilled and intelligent college professor. In addition to his skill in teaching he’s a great athlete, agile, daring and brave. He’s somewhat shy because he isn’t yet adapted to the environment, he’s always smiling. Usually he roams the halls of the university alone with his headphones. Sometimes he can be confused with another student; but more surprising apart from his visual appeal is that he’s a math professor.


JACKSON - Language teacher

A successful teacher. The favorite teacher of many students. He’s friendly, funny, energetic, outgoing, cheerful … his classes are the funniest of all the college, everyone wants a place in his class. He enrich the teachings with funny stories about his travels to other countries and their culture. He’s a recognized professor has even appeared on television. He’s a teacher who can be considered a friend, he always available for his students when they need him, no matter if it’s three o'clock in the morning. His life is perfect, including his beautiful wife and his new baby.


YOUNGJAE - Music teacher

Adorable, cute, kind and gentle music teacher. He’s a cinnamon roll. He’s someone very considerate and understanding, his classes are fun and relaxing in some way. His melodic voice melts hearts. A teacher with great talent and musical skills who likes to share with his students. He is very comprehensive and always tries to help his students, is patient and dedicated. His students enjoy spending time with him. His laughter is very contagious. A teacher really loved and valued by the students.


BAMBAM - Design teacher

A strange design professor that reflects his knowledge in the way that he dresses, combining patterns, colors, shapes and textures. Versatile, cheerful and active … a 4D teacher. His classes are fun and strange, a bizarre teachings, always makes his students think outside the box, constantly challenging and testing their creativity. He likes to surround himself with young minds so he pass the time with his students, the students treat him as a friend and feel comfortable with him. But sometimes he likes to spend some time alone to recover his individuality and originality.


YUGYEOM - Dance teacher

He’s a substitute teacher, is in his last year of college to graduate in contemporary dance, an excellent and talented student of great skills. Other teachers can trust him and let him charge for few classes of their groups. His classmates always looking him for some advice or individual tutorials, everyone recognizes his talent, which is reflected in the long list of  awards he has won based on his effort and dedication.


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anonymous asked:

KNB captains and the haikyuu captains falling for a cute kouhai of theirs.

Hi! Well to be very honest, this request violates rule number one so yeah. I’ll be choosing four from each anime I hope you wouldn’t mind. Yes, this might be biased, but these are the characters I’m most comfortable to write for since I’ve written for them before. 

Akashi:  He’d find liking you very…cute. After making sure of what he’s feelings for you actually were, he wouldn’t hesitate to make a move on you, knowing that there are actually rivals out there. He’d be the gentleman he truly is and would walk you to class as long as he’s not busy with club activities. From time to time, he’d leave bouquets of your favorite flowers and boxes of chocolates in your locker.

Kasamatsu: He’s an awkward person with to begin with so it would take him some time, along with coaxing, before he actually makes a move on you. And once he decided to finally step up his game, he’d show you his guitar skills, hoping that it would be a reason for you to like him back.

Hyuuga: Being good friends with Izuki and Kiyoshi, he’d first seek advice from them though he’d quite regret including izuki in the convo because the boy ended up teasing the captain. After some encouragements from Kiyoshi and a pinch of that from Izuki, Hyuuga would do his best to get close to you, not wanting to rush things (though it would be a pretty long time. read: hinted romantic feelings for riko aida).

Nijimura: After finally conceding his feelings for you, Nijimura wouldn’t hesitate to start making moves on you. He’d first give you this protective older brother figure without even being aware of it. After realizing this, he’d immediately do his best to make you aware of his feelings for you so he’d end up confessing a little earlier than he expected.

Bokuto: He’d be hyped up about it and would make sure you’d know about his feelings for you soon. He’d be very, very clingy to you and would sometimes forget that you’re actually a kouhai of his (though you’d find this very cute rather than annoying).

Kuroo: He’d find his way to get closer to you first. You’d find himself hanging around you more often (sometimes with Kenma) and once you finally get used to his everyday presence, he’d start teasing you, eventually leaving hints about his feelings for you.

Daichi: This guy would be a very supportive senpai to you, not to mention very caring. You’d find him walking you home more often than not every time he’s not busy with club activities. It would take him a while to confess to you, though. Daichi would first make sure things are really okay between the both of you before letting you know about his feelings.

Oikawa: You’d find him clinging on to you often, from time to time complimenting every single thing about you. Whenever he’s with you and his fangirls were around, he’d immediately shoo them off (in a nice way), saying that he’s quite busy at the moment. After you notice this behavior of his, you’d ask why he’s doing that when clearly he’s not busy. That’s when he’d tell you about his feelings so that things would be clearer to you.

DAY 2465

Jalsa, Mumbai               Jan  14,  2015               Thu  12:14 am

The #shamitabhMovie  kite taking off from the roof at Ahmedabad … !!

This is some serious metal …!!

Overwhelming warmth and love from the people of Gujarat - Ahmedabad .. Thank you so much for this .. aabhar !!

This is a unique concept … this gentleman runs this auto rickshaw on grace and love .. he shall sit you down in his auto, does not put the meter on, feeds you with snacks, plays your choice music, brings you to your destination and when asked ‘how much’ ..?  he just says 'give whatever you feel like giving’ .. notes the name and the giving of the passenger for audit and moves on … many such enterprises running in the city .. truly amazing .. !!

And this gentleman !!! What can one say .. see the picture we hold .. that is a younger me during the 70’s on another visit to the city, and that little kid sitting on my lap in the photograph is …. THIS GENTLEMAN IN THE PICTURE, HOLDING HIS DAUGHTER !!!!!!!! 

Kites and flying and the terraces of homes and the 'saddi’ and the 'manjha’ and the 'woh kaataa’ and 'lapaet lapaet lapaet..’ screams take me back to Allahabad and the atmosphere during the kite flying festival .. such innocent joys and such excitement of getting your own 'patang’ tying up the 'kanni’, waiting for that gush of wind and then taking off  … the kite fights in the air, much like modern day battle jet fights in the times of war … and the destruction of the 'enemy kite’ and chasing it through great distances as it swung uncontrollably in the sky, not knowing which direction it would finally fall, and when we would be able to beat the others vying for it, to grab it and add it to our collection … of victorious 'medals’ ..

And after the meets and the press is over flying back and .. at take off .. zooming past the millions of lighted kites, a special phenomena of 'makar sankranti’, when lit kites are made airborne .. it was quite bizarre .. and err .. somewhat scary ..

BUT the most astonishing moment of the trip was of course the promotion of the film .. but a visit to an organisation and their premises where they work for peace, harmony, self reliance, ingenious sanitation efforts, environment friendly and with the simplicity of ideas and thought … there was so much nobility within , so much conditioning of all that plagues modern existence .. such an awakening of the soul virtually ..

And now on to the next event the evening to celebrate the 1000th film mark for the maestro Ilaiyaraaja - and his connect with our film #shamitabhMovie .. it shall be on the 20th and shall be a most striking evening, with Rajni and Kamal coming together, the prominent music directors and singers in tribute to the great man ,, and the release of the music of #shamitabhMovie .. and … the worst part of the evening .. me .. having to sing live for the event on the 'Piddly’ song … nightmares have begun !!!

Amitabh Bachchan

The word gentleman originally meant something recognisable; one who had a coat of arms and some landed property. When you called someone “a gentleman” you were not paying him a compliment, but merely stating a fact. If you said he was not “a gentleman” you were not insulting him, but giving information. There was no contradiction in saying that John was a liar and a gentleman; any more than there now is in saying that James is a fool and an M.A. But then there came people who said - so rightly, charitably, spiritually, sensitively, so anything but usefully - “Ah but surely the important thing about a gentleman is not the coat of arms and the land, but the behaviour? Surely he is the true gentleman who behaves as a gentleman should? Surely in that sense Edward is far more truly a gentleman than John?” They meant well. To be honourable and courteous and brave is of course a far better thing than to have a coat of arms. But it is not the same thing. Worse still, it is not a thing everyone will agree about. To call a man “a gentleman” in this new, refined sense, becomes, in fact, not a way of giving information about him, but a way of praising him: to deny that he is “a gentleman” becomes simply a way of insulting him. When a word ceases to be a term of description and becomes merely a term of praise, it no longer tells you facts about the object: it only tells you about the speaker’s attitude to that object. (A ‘nice’ meal only means a meal the speaker likes.) A gentleman, once it has been spiritualised and refined out of its old coarse, objective sense, means hardly more than a man whom the speaker likes. As a result, gentleman is now a useless word. We had lots of terms of approval already, so it was not needed for that use; on the other hand if anyone (say, in a historical work) wants to use it in its old sense, he cannot do so without explanations. It has been spoiled for that purpose.

Now if once we allow people to start spiritualising and refining, or as they might say ‘deepening’, the sense of the word Christian, it too will speedily become a useless word. In the first place, Christians themselves will never be able to apply it to anyone. It is not for us to say who, in the deepest sense, is or is not close to the spirit of Christ. We do not see into men’s hearts. We cannot judge, and are indeed forbidden to judge. It would be wicked arrogance for us to say that any man is, or is not, a Christian in this refined sense. And obviously a word which we can never apply is not going to he a very useful word. As for the unbelievers, they will no doubt cheerfully use the word in the refined sense. It will become in their mouths simply a term of praise. In calling anyone a Christian they will mean that they think him a good man. But that way of using the word will be no enrichment of the language, for we already have the word good. Meanwhile, the word Christian will have been spoiled for any really useful purpose it might have served.

We must therefore stick to the original, obvious meaning. The name Christian was first given at Antioch (Acts 11:26) to “the disciples,” to those who accepted the teaching of the apostles. There is no question of its being restricted to those who profited by that teaching as much as they should have. There is no question of its being extended to those who in some refined, spiritual, inward fashion were “far closer to the spirit of Christ” than the less satisfactory of the disciples. The point is not a theological, or moral one. It is only a questions of words so that we can all understand what is being said. When a man who accepts the Christian doctrine lives unworthily of it, it is much clearer to say he is a bad Christian than to say he is not a Christian.

—  C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity