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But I’m Not a Delinquent! by Twoz

Ymir is a second year high school student who can’t seem to get a break. She’s born with a mean face which causes people to be scared of her and attracts delinquents. She’s rumored to have been expelled from three schools due to fighting with her teachers. She is the ultimate trouble maker in everyone’s eyes.
Only she’s not.
But Historia Reiss is. With golden hair, sparkling blue eyes, she’s the image of an angel. A very violent and destructive angel. When Ymir and Historia cross paths, Ymir can’t help but wonder why her life is so hectic.

Chapters: 3/?

This really hit a sweet spot. I’ve been craving some fics with a more assertive, aggressive Historia. Also Ymir being a huge softie but scaring people off just because she looks like a delinquent? The best. Give it a read guys, it’s worth it. And if you do, please kudos and leave a comment to let Twoz know what you think!

NATIONALS FRENCH MASTERPOST
compiled by myself and claddaghstrong, (idea from claddaghstrong) here are the phrases in french you’ll need to survive in Montreal!
(ps I think we’re taught in different accents so I hope you don’t mind but I changed your pronunciations a bit to match mine i.e. you say che-vo and I say che-veuh)

expression française (french phrase) [phonetic sound: ex-press-yon fron-sez]


BASIC

- je (I) [je]
- j’ai (I have) [jeay]
- je suis (I am) [je swees]
- je vais (I want) [je vay]
- j’aime (I like) [jeme]
- j’adore (I love) [jadoor]
- ça (it, that) [sa]
- je n’ai pas (I do not) [je nay pa]
- quel est ton nom? (what’s your name?) [kell ay tawn nom?]
- je m’appelle (my name is) [je m-apell]
- j’ai/(je n’ai) besoin (pas) d’aide (I (do not) need help/I have (no) need of help) [je-ay/(je nay) bes-wen (pa) d’aiday]
- quel est le directions à (what are the directions to) [kell ay le dee-rect-shons a]
- est-que je peux (can/may I) [es ke je peu]
- aller a (go to) [allay a]
- le toilette/la boire de l’eau/mon hôtel (the toilet/water fountain/my hotel) [le twa-let/ la bwoare de l’oh/ mon otel]
- où est le/la (where is the) [oo es le/la)
- je suis malade (I’m sick) [je swees malad]
- je (ne) peux (pas) trouver (I can(‘t) find) [je (ne) peu (pa) troovay]
- avon (before) [avon]
- après (after) [a-pray]
- lundi, mardi, mercredi, jeudi, vendredi, samedi, dimanche (monday-sunday) [loon-dy mar-dy mer-cre-dy, je-dy, ven-dre-dy, sam-dy, dee-mansh]
- juillet (july) [jwee-et]
if you’re using a negative, always put “ne” or “n’ai” in front of the verb, and “pas” after it. (get—reel)


COMMON PHRASES

- bonjour (hello) [bon-jer]
- merci (thank you) [mare-see]
- pardon/excusez-moi (sorry/excuse me) [par-dawn/ex-que-say mawh]
- parlez-vous anglais? (do you speak English?) [parlay voo onglay?]
- je ne comprends pas francais (I don’t understand french) [Je nuh com-prawnd pa fron-sez] Say this when people start speaking french to you and they will happily switch to english!
- oui (yes) [wee]
- non (no) [pretty much no with a french accent, idek] (claddaghstrong)


FOOD

- je vais prendre un/une/le/la/de/du ________ s’il vous plait (I’ll take/I’ll order ______ please) [je vay prawn-dre un/oon/le (not lay)/la/de/doo see voo play]
- végétarien(ne) (vegetarian - add the extra ne if you’re female) [veg-e-tair-ee-en(n)]
- salade (salad) [salaad]
- sandwich (ok duh a sandwich) [sandweesh]
- poulet (chicken) [poo-lay]
- petit gâteau (cupcake) [puh-tee ga-toe]
- gâteau (cake) [ga-toe]
- biscuit (cookie) [bees-kwee]
- jus de pomme/orange/raisin/canneberge (apple/orange/grape/cranberry juice) [joos de pom/oRANje/ray-san/can-berje]
-(boire de) (l’)eau (water (bottle)) [(bwoare de) (l’)oh]
-café (coffee) [ka-fay]
- thé vert/décaféiné/regulaire (green/decaf/regular tea) [tay ver/day-caff-ee-nay/reg-u-lair]
- sucre (sugar) [soo-kre]
- lait (milk) [lay]
- je suis allergiques à ____/arachides (I am allergic to ____/peanuts) [je swees all-er-jeekes a ____/ar-a-shides]


NUMBERS

- 1 un [un]
- 2 deux (deuh)
- 3 trois (twoz)
- 4 quatre (catre)
- 5 cinq (sank)
- 6 six (sees)
- 7 sept (set)
- 8 huit (wheat)
- 9 neuf (nuf)
- 10 dix (dees)
- 11 onze (owns)
- 12 douze (dooz)
- 13 treze (trez)
- 14 quatorze (catours)
- 15 quinze (kains)
- 16 seize (says)
- 17 dix-sept (dees-set)
- 18 dix-huit (dees-wheat)
- 19 dix-neuf (dees-nuf)
- 20 vingt (vaint)
- 21 vingt-et-un (vaint ay un)
- 22 vingt deux (vaint deuh) etc.

- 30 trente (trant)
- 40 quarante (care-aunt)
- 50 cinquante (sank-aunt)
- 60 soixante (swuss-aunt)
- 70 soixante-dix (swuss-aunt dees) (i.e. 60+10)
- 80 quatre-vingt (catre vaint) (i.e. 4x20)
- 90 quatre-vingt-dix (carte vaint dees) (i.e. 4x20+10)
- 100 cent (sawn)
- 200 deux cent (deuh sawnt) (etc. etc.)

when the french say numbers such as 21, 31, 41, 2561 etc, they say vingt-et-un, trente-et-un etc, but only for numbers ending in one: all other numbers don’t have “et” (ay) between the ones and tens place. Also, you pronounce the “t’ in “cent” (100) for every hundred except for one hundred (i.e. 200, 300, 400, 700, etc. except for 100). You also wouldn’t call 100 “un cent”- you’d just call it “cent”


BODY PARTS

- tête (head) [tet]
- bras (arms) [bra]
- mains (hands) [men]
- estomac (stomach) [es-toe-mac]
- jambes (legs) [jomb]
- genoux (knees) [je-noo]
- pieds (feet) [peeay] (get—reel)


SUPER IMPORTANT IRISH DANCE PHRASES

- non, ce n’est pas mes vrais cheveux (no, this is not my real hair) [no, se nay pa may vray she-veuh]
- comment est mon bronzage? (how is my tan?) [ka-mon a mon bron-zaje?]
- une autre bière s’il vous plait (another beer please) [oon o-tra beer see-voo-play)
- merci, Gavin a fait. (thanks, Gavin made it) (mare-see, Gavin a fay)
- quand est les rappels/les prix? (when are recalls/awards?) kawnd a lay ra-pell/ lay pree) (claddaghstrong)
- qui a gagné/quels sont les résultats (who won/what are the results) [kee a ganyay/kells son lays raysulta] (get—reel)

LA DANSE IRLANDAISE (IRISH DANCE) [LA DANS ER-LAN-DES]
JE SUIS UNE DANSEUR IRLANDAIS (I AM AN IRISH DANCER) [JE SWEES OON DANSER ER-LAN-DEZ
(get—reel)

anonymous asked:

Hey! Are you reading anything you love right now? (I'm not so great at Tumblr, sorry if you already have a rec list!)

Right now I’m reading two really good YumiKuri fics

Ice Queens by Shingeki_no_survivors

Krista, a rising star in the figure skating community clashes in a chance meeting with Ymir, the daughter of the most aggressive reporter in the league. They met by luck, but it was choice that kept them together. Side by side, the duo must learn to navigate the world of professional sports, media, and traveling, all while struggling to understand their own feelings. Can they learn to manage it all, or will the pressure prove too much?

But I’m Not a Delinquent! by Twoz

Ymir is a second year high school student who can’t seem to get a break. She’s born with a mean face which causes people to be scared of her and attracts delinquents. She’s rumored to have been expelled from three schools due to fighting with her teachers. She is the ultimate trouble maker in everyone’s eyes.
Only she’s not.
But Historia Reiss is. With golden hair, sparkling blue eyes, she’s the image of an angel. A very violent and destructive angel. When Ymir and Historia cross paths, Ymir can’t help but wonder why her life is so hectic.

Both are so, so good. I definitely recommend them! I write more fic than I read, so this is all I have right now lol. Enjoy! 

anonymous asked:

London calling

best track: Me And Some Geezers Took A Right Royal Shit in The Queen’s Cuppa Tea Innit

worst track: Me and My Twoz-Wozzlers Havin a Cheeky Peek in Nandos