versus 5

FFXV x Persona 5

Stella and Luna sketches. Both are College students since both are 4 years older than Noctis, thus no uniform.

Who do you think is better? I’m thinking of only using one of them since I’m using the other one as the persona(of course different design) if ever.

(either way, I’m probably going to choose Stella haha)


Let me tell you why this show is so damn bomb:
1) It’s a Japanese drama about working in a lingerie shop. Pretty undies for days.
1A) BUT THIS SHOW ISN’T SEXUALIZED AT ALL. It’s all about making the wearer feel beautiful, even if no one else sees the lingerie.
2) This show SLAUGHTERS the Bechdel test. The ladies hardly mention men or romantic drama. Like, ever. I mean, they’re too busy running a business.
3) The men in the business are great supporting characters who are also too busy working to be distracted by attractive coworkers or *gasp* ladies’ underwear. One of them even tells a new hire, “you need to learn how to have a cellphone in one hand and a bra in the other all day” without getting all flustered.
4) It’s about ALL WOMEN. A teenage violinist. A retired geisha. A single mother. Socialites. The business is all about making everyone feel beautiful and confident, no matter how young, old, rich, or poor they may be.
5) Appreciation versus appropriation. When one employee pitched the idea of a Brazilian-inspired line, they went out and did  research to make sure everything was accurate and culturally respectful.
6) Even the lingerie models get recognition! Viewers get a look into their successes and struggles.

Basically, this show is the tits (heh). Get on it.

I think it says a lot that of all the P5 romance options, I am most viscerally disturbed by the idea of dating Futaba.  I mean this is a game where you literally have the option to have the MC enter into a relationship with his homeroom teacher: a part-time sex worker that he is blackmailing but also paying to spend time with him. 

I cannot believe they made Futaba a romance option, oh my god.

Don’t do it, Akira.  Don’t take advantage of your adoptive baby sister who is emotionally dependent upon you because you are helping her deal with her mental health issues and past history of abuse.  Coffee Dad will be so disappointed in you.  Yu “Big Bro” Narukami will feel a disturbance in the force, roll up to Leblanc with a baseball bat, politely go to town on your face.

you know what irks me? when other groups cover SJ’s songs (especially Sorry Sorry) and in the comments section, I see really insensitive and rude remarks like “so and so group did a better job than Super Junior…Super Junior is not synchronized…etc” 
first of all, fact; the song IS Super Junior’s so no matter how much you bemoan or whine about it, it still remains theirs.
secondly, did it not occur to you that there are over 10 members in the group (during the sorry sorry era)? Synchronizing and choreographing a dance for that large a group is by no means an easy feat. Imagine synchronizing 5 boys versus more than 10 in a single dance routine?
additionally, SJ is known for their random dances & breaking routine. their freestyle dances are the highlight of their live stages.

yes, your faves did a wonderful job covering their sunbaenims’ song but what was the need to compare? or worse, put SJ down? you DO realize that it’ll only make y’all look ugly in front of your faves because they really respect & cherish SJ? just sayin’

Top 5 Must-Watch B.A.P Videos!

Honourable Mentions:

- Daehyun + Youngjae - I Believe I Can Fly

- B.A.P on Sketchbook (2014)


- Candy+Don’t Leave Me+One Shot (130331) (More covers (x)(x)(x)(x)(x)(x)(x))

5. B.A.P versus other groups:



3. B.A.P year-end-show performances:

More: (x)(x)(x)(x)(x)(x)

2. Rainy Day

1. With You (151115) 

Of course this list wouldn’t be complete without the classics; B.A.P’s debut performance, B.A.P’s first win, and the first performance by B.A.P post-hiatus.

Bonus: “The producers of Arirang must think that we can’t sing.”

Okay but

Hephaestus versus SI 5 paintball

SI-5 having very elaborate and clever plans but keep getting outwitted by the Hephaestus whose plans consist of just making it up as they go along

Maxwell and Jacobi give up on Kepler’s plans and start doing a Hephaestus on it, Kepler just yells orders at them to feel like he’s helping

Minkowski goes “Minkowski Commanding” on it. Lovelace and Eiffel don’t argue because it works. Hilbert complains the whole time but everyone else just yells at him. Lovelace and Minkowski have killer aim. Hera has an uncanny knack for knowing where SI-5 are.

The left photo is extremely unflattering because we’d been in a very dark room and camera flash is nobody’s friend, but I like that I’m smiling in it versus looking sad.

I’m 5′0″ and I’ve lost 60 lbs through natural means (no surgery) in ten months, from 233 to around 172.

anonymous asked:

Have you ever had the problem of playing really good with jhin for like an entire month but then you have an entire week only filled with bad games ? I'm just wondering , because I get this a lot and it makes me wonder if I really should still main Jhin

Hey,dear anon! Let me say one word: Yes. I know this. And it bothers every time it happens. For me personally I don’t end up being really really really really bad ( I don’t know, like 1/7, 0/13 or something) but its rather feeling like not having that much impact or lacking 40 farm or being 3/5 versus a Caitlyn (I’m sorry Caitlyn mains but I hate her,especially laning against her).
But don’t let that drag you down. If you really like the champ then go on. There are so so many reasons why this can happen and not all of them are your fault. For example I really think that Jhin is a champ just didn’t understand till now. I had a game yesterday where I said to my jungler that he should wait 1 sec till I can ‘stun’ the enemy with my W. Okay. And what did happen? He did it alone,died and asked me what my W actually does.
I think you should always try to improve and one of the best ways is to play the champ in such situations. Just kinda try to analyse why a game was bad. Did your supp not help you,did you lose too much farm, whatever it was, try to think about it and never forget to have fun with Jhin! Just because you main a champ doesn’t mean you always have to carry games in which you play him/her.
And never forget: Art is worth the pain! :4

5 foot 5 versus 3 feet (roughly)

sometimes i forget this but the fairies in Artemis Fowl r rly fucking tiny oh my god i love it

i keep forgetting that holly is a LOT smaller than artemis and not like, just a bit shorter, kid or not (i mean i was around 5′5′’ - 5′7′’ at 12-14 but i hit puberty at like, 10 so) 

cyber-flow  asked:

Hi! Do you have any information about children psychology? Like how much they understand at certain ages, when they begin to feel guilty about stuff, what is required for them to get attached to something, what might affect them or have a big impact in their lives, etc? Also something about the adequate height and weight according to their ages. I know it's a lot, but I need some help searching. I can't seem to find what I'm looking for. Thanks in advance!

Lucky for you, I’m a completely self-proclaimed psychology expert. No I’m kidding, I just took a class. I’ll be discussing this similarly to the way I formatted my notes, which were based off the textbook and various lessons my teacher attempted to present to us.

I’ve given you a basic outline on what you should know, and you can take from it what you’d like. If you have any other questions about developmental psychology that weren’t answered, just shoot me another message!


After birth, the genetic program regulates how the brain develops. During the first 3 months, the most active areas of the brain are involved in processing sounds, sights, and touches, which helps to prepare the infant for dealing with sensory information from the surrounding environment.

Sensory development:

  • Newborns show a preference for their mother’s face over strangers’ faces in the first few days after birth. Newborns first learn to recognize a person’s eyes. At 4 months, infants visually distinguish faces. By 3 or 4 years, their visual abilities are equal to that of an adults.
  • 1-month-old infants have keen hearing and can discriminate small sound variations. By 6 months, infants have the ability to make all the sounds necessary to learn language. Newborns are attracted to female voices.
  • Newborns have a well-developed sense of touch.
  • A 1-day-old infant can discriminate between odors. 6-week-old infants can smell the difference between their mother and someone else. Newborns are born with an innate preference for sweet and salt. 
  • By 6 months, infants develop depth perception, and would hesitate around the visual cliff

Motor development:

  • Proximodistal principle -> Activities regarding the bottom are mastered before activities using the arms. Infants roll over before they walk.
  • Cephalocaudal principle -> Infants lift their heads before they control their bottoms enough to sit up. Infants sit up before they crawl.
  • In developing motor skills, most kids go through the same stages. Yet, if one child is given more opportunities to practice their stepping reflex earlier in life, they will began to walk earlier. Development of motor development is heavily influenced by maturation, but timing is affected by experience/learning, or nature.


  • Sitting up alone - average 5.5 months (range 4.5-8.0 months)
  • Crawling - average 10 months (range 7.0-12.0 months)
  • Walking alone - average 12.1 months (range 11.5-14.5 months)


Attachment theory dictates that babies form attachments to parents through a gradual process that begins after birth and continues throughout early childhood. 

Infants have crying, which elicits care and sympathy. At 4-6 weeks, they begin social smiling, which elicits joy and pleasure. At 6 months, they give parents a happy greeting when they reappear after a short absence. These behaviors contribute to a child expressing needs and understanding their parents’ emotional experiences, which ultimately help to build a parent-child attachment. 

Separation anxiety is a clear sign the infant has become attached to one or both parents. By the end of their 1st year, infants usually show close attachment.

Different kinds of attachment occur:

  • Secure attachment - infants use their caregiver as a safe home base. [Associated with being more trusting, enjoying relationships more, and dealing better with stress.]
  • Insecure attachment - infants show resistance towards their caregiver. [Associated with being dependent, having poor social relationships, and having poor coping skills.]

Attachment is not affected by how long a child is in day care, but by the caregiver’s sensitivity, caring, and responsiveness to needs.


  1. Sensorimotor (birth to age 2) -> Infants interact with and learn about their environments by relating their sensory experiences to their motor actions. Children have problems with object permanence. 
  2. Preoperational (age 2 to 7) -> Children learn to use symbols to solve simple problems and to think or talk about things that aren’t present. Limitations during this stage include issues with conservation and egocentric thinking. 
  3. Concrete (age 7 to 11) -> Children can perform a number of logical mental operations on concrete objects. Children learn to sort objects by size and color.
  4. Formal (age 12 through adulthood) -> Adolescents and adults develop the ability to think about and solve abstract problems in a logical manner. Egocentric thinking reappears in adolescent thinking (imaginary audience and personal fable). 

Note that these stages are not as orderly as Piaget imagined. Psychologists have also learned that genetic factors influence many cognitive abilities.


Freud’s Psychosexual Stages:

  • Oral Stage (first 18 months) -> A time when the infant’s pleasure seeking is centered on the mouth. If a child is locked in this stage, they would continue to seek oral satisfaction as an adult (could lead to chewing erasers on pencils, etc). 
  • Anal Stage (1.5 to 3 years) -> A time when the infant’s pleasure seeking is centered on the anus and its functions of elimination. Fixation at this stage would lead to behaviors focused on either retention or elimination. Retention usually takes the form of being very neat, behaviorally rigid, etc. Elimination can take the form of being messy or generous.
  • Phallic Stage (3 or 6 years) -> A time when the infant’s pleasure seeking is centered on the genitals. Children will compete with the parent of the same sex for the affection of the opposite sex. Problems in resolving this stage lead to the Oedipus complex.
  • Latency Stage (6 to puberty) -> A time when the child represses sexual thoughts and engages in nonsexual activities.
  • Genital Stage (puberty through adulthood) -> A time when the person has renewed sexual desires that they want to fulfill through relationships.

Erikson’s Psychosexual Stages 

  • Stage 1: Trust versus Mistrust (infancy through first year) -> If parents are responsive, the child develops trust. If parents are neglectful, the child may begin to view their world as uncaring and have difficulties later on.
  • Stage 2: Autonomy versus Shame and Doubt (1 to 3 years old) -> If the child is encouraged to explore, they will develop a sense of independence. If their parents disapprove of explorations, the child may feel shame.
  • Stage 3: Initiative versus Guilt (3 to 5 years old) -> If the caregivers encourage initiative, the child will learn to plan and initiate new things. If not, the child may feel uncomfortable and develop a feeling of being unable to plan their futures.
  • Stage 4: Industry versus Inferiority (5 to 12 years old) ->  If the child can direct energy into working at tasks, the child will develop a feeling of industry. If not, they may feel inferior or incompetent.
  • Stage 5: Identity versus Role Confusion (adolescence) -> Children need to leave behind the behaviors of childhood and develop the more responsible behaviors of adults.

Psychologists tend to agree with Erikson on the idea that psychosocial conflicts contribute to development and that the first few (particularly 5) years were not a barrier for development. Psychologists also tend to agree with Freud about childhood events being important

Bandura’s Social Cognitive Theory emphasizes the importance of learning through observation, self-reward, and imitation in the development of behaviors. You do not need to perform behaviors or receive external rewards to learn new skills. 


Noam Chomsky and many other linguists believe that people are born with the ability to learn language.

Four Stages in Acquiring Language:

  • Babbling (begins at 6 months) -> Babbling is when an infant begins to make one-syllable sounds, such as “ba-ba-ba.” By 6 months, infants have learned to discriminate between sounds. In deaf children who have only been exposed to sign language, babbling is manual. 
  • Single Word (about 1 year of age) -> Infants say single words that refer to what they can see, hear, or feel. About half refer to objects (cookie) and the ther half to actions or routines (up, eat, more). Parents usually respond by speaking in parentese (motherese)
  • Two-word combinations (about 2 years of age) -> Strings of words that express various actions (”me play”). The new ability to communicate by combining words marks the beginning of learning about grammar. From around age 2, children begin to learn a new word every 2 hours or so. Language development is partly dependent on how responsive the caregiver is.
  • Sentences (about 4 years) -> Sentences range from 3 to 8 words and indicate a growing knowledge about grammar. Children’s first sentences differ from adult sentences due to telegraphic speech and overgeneralization. 

The critical language period is the time from infancy to adolescence when language is easiest to learn. Both innate and environmental language factors affect our development in language. To learn more about what happens when someone is deprived of language during the critical period, please read up on the cases of Genie and Victor [I encourage you to watch + and + movies for a better understanding of their cases]. 


So far so good, still in the hospital and most importantly still pregnant!
Andrew came up with the kids and stayed in a hotel over night, they just left to go back home about an hour ago. It was so good to see them after nearly a week, I’m trying really hard not to feel the rock in my chest since they left.
The positives though are, I may be transferred to the hospital that’s an hour away from home on Tuesday if the resident neonatologist is back from vacation then. Their NICU is smaller but just as equipped as the one here is and it would be so much easier to see Andrew and the kids versus the nearly 5 hour drive here. Hopefully that happens. My best friend is in the city too and she’s going to stay with me tonight, I’m really looking forward to the company. And it’s pizza day at the cafeteria!
As far as symptoms go *knocks on wood* I’m feeling okay. The bleeding is minimal today and I only have the odd tightening here and there. I’ll probably have a growth ultrasound on Monday to make sure that if the bleeding is coming from my placenta, it’s not affecting the baby’s growth. And they’ll probably do a transvaginal ultrasound to check my cervix as they don’t want to do any internal exams unless I’m contracting regularly so it won’t aggravate and cause me to dilate if I’m not already.
Every night I just go to sleep thankful for one more day with him still cooking in there.