water's sanitary

Spring Day // Min Yoongi

the prompt: Hi! I’d love to see your take on a Hanahaki disease angst. I was thinking maybe Yoongi, either him or the reader with the disease would be great. Thank you :))

words: 1226

category: angst + song fic

author note: as soon as i heard Yoongi’s rap in spring day, i knew i wanted to pair it with this request. it turned out kinda drabble-y but i like it anyway haha. pls enjoy :)

- destinee

Originally posted by tahyns

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Favorite Disney Quotes Starter Sentences Part 1
  • "I'd like to see anybody make me wash, if I didn't wanna."
  • "What does an actor want with a conscience, anyway?"
  • "Boy, I wish I'd have gotten his autograph"
  • "Eating greens is a special treat, It makes long ears and great big feet. But it sure is awful stuff to eat."
  • "And *what* is the honest way?"
  • "And I'm so eligible!"
  • "I have a wonderful idea! Let's change the subject!"
  • "I hereby banish you forever!"
  • "Okay okay! He's talking to you!"
  • "They say if you dream something more than once, it's bound to come true"
  • "I'm so hungry I could eat a whole elephant!"
  • "That love business is a powerful thing."
  • "You told me a lie! You said I could trust you!"
  • "Ladies don't start fights, but they *can* finish them!"
  • "Oh, he's so handsome. Just like his reward posters."
  • "Oh, you ruined my moose."
  • "Well, after all, waking him up in the middle of the night. Wouldn't you be grumpy too?"
  • "Forever is a long, long time, and time has a way of changing things."
  • "Oh, I wish I'd stayed a toad"
  • "We were like each other's shadows for a while."
  • "Hey, man, if this is torture, chain me to the wall."
  • "Never under estimate the importance of body language."
  • "I didn't make it all the way through third grade for nothing"
  • "He's not the monster, you are!"
  • "But you're so old!"
  • "He would make a very handsome throw rug. And just think, every time he gets dirty, you could take him outside and beat him."
  • "Ooh, gift baskets!"
  • "Why is it, whenever we meet, I end up bleeding?"
  • "My sweet deluded little minion. Aren't we forgetting one teensy-weensy, but ever so crucial little, tiny detail? I OWN YOU!"
  • "Dishonor on you, dishonor on your cow..."
  • "Are you sure this water's sanitary? It looks pretty questionable to me!"
  • "I'm a raging epidemic of romance."
  • "It's called a cruel irony, like my dependence on you."
  • "'Course I can drive a truck. Sure, you got your steering and your gas and your brake and, of course, this metal, uh, looking... thing. Okay, so it was a bumper car at Coney Island, but it's the same basic principle."
  • "She likes your butt and fancy hair."
  • "That was more fun than I ever want to have again"
  • "It was probably the fifth or sixth most coldest day of my entire life."
  • "But who would ever eat a chicken?"
  • "By the way, I'd like to say I've always found you extremely attractive."
  • "I'm just not sure how well this plan was thought through."
  • "That meat lover's pizza is NOT loving me back at all!"
  • "I'm sweating like a sinner in church."
  • "Likes you? Please, that's demented!"
  • "What are we renumbering?"
  • "Why are you so freakishly annoying?"
  • "Because I love you, I insist you run."
TARZAN SENTENCE STARTERS
  • "Yeah, it's freaky-looking, okay? That's what it is."
  • "I mean, what the heck is it, anyways?"
  • "Five more minutes? Two more minutes? One more minutes?"
  • "I sure scared you!"
  • "Can't you imitate any quieter animals?"
  • "Um, hello! Are you thick in the head?"
  • "Tell me I'm not looking at the hairless wonder."
  • "Are you SURE this water's sanitary? It looks questionable to me..."
  • "Don't you know a piranha can strip your flesh in seconds?!"
  • "I'm your mother, I know everything."
  • "How'd you know it was me?"
  • "Who needs ya, huh?"
  • "You're looking remarkably groomed today."
  • "Okay, it's all fun and games until someone loses an eye!"
  • "Someone's gonna get hurt here, and it's always me."
  • "What's all the hullabaloo about?"
  • "Well, this is absolutely peachy."
  • "Oh, it can't get any worse, can it?"
  • "That's a lovely heartbeat. It's very nice."
  • "You do speak! And all this time I thought you were just a big wild quiet silent person, thing."
  • "What kind of primitive beasts are responsible for this mess?"
  • "And I turned around and there's a whole FLEET of them!"
  • "Terrified I was, terrified."
  • "They took my boot!"
  • "Go on and rot for all I care!"
  • "Loincloth? Good Lord..."
  • "Oh, shall I leave you and the blackboard alone for a moment?"
  • "If I can teach a parrot to sing 'God Save the Queen,' I can certainly teach a savage a thing or two."
  • "I'm not gonna do it -- aww, c'mon! With the face and the eyes and the -- all right!"
  • "Oh, Your Majesty, you're such a tease!"
  • "If you'd have pulled over and asked for directions...!"
  • "Yeah, well, good ridance, all right?"
  • "Go on, get out of here, bald boy!"
  • "You-you ingrate! You bald ingrate!"
  • "That's it! I've had it with you and your emotional constipation!"
  • "I'm gonna kill ya!"
  • "Oh, by Jove, don't know my own strength."
The Best Places To Go To In A Zombie Apocalypse

I’ll be honest, there’s never going to be a safe place that’s perfect in a apocalypse. No matter how many times I’ve tried to find a place that sounds perfect there’s always going to be problems with it. So keep in mind that the places I list aren’t going to be absolutely prefect and it really depends on many factors. Such as where it’s located, the type of zombies you’re dealing with, the skills you need in order to survive in such a location, the unpredictable weather/mother nature and if it hasn’t already been taken over by zombies (or other survivors – who may or may not be nice).

In no particular order these places are ideal for survival, some of them are even great for long-term survival. But the key for them being good places is how isolated they are, how self-sustain they are might be and if they have a strong structure and walls for any possible attacks.

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Wizards - An Endangered Species

Witches/wizards are very rare when you think in terms of the world as whole. JK Rowling has stated that there are “about 3000” witches/wizards in the UK and there are around 72 million people in the UK. That means magic has a prevalence of 0.0042 in 100,000 people or 42 in 1 million. Given that most genetic diseases have a higher prevalence than magic (cystic fibrosis: 125 in 1 million, sickle cell anaemia 139 in 1 million), we must ask the question: why is magic so rare in humans?

This is series of essays I will explore:

  • The Demographics of the Wizarding World
  • Magical Disease and Medicine
  • War and Dark Lords
  • The Genetics of Magical Inheritance

In order to discover why the wizarding world is so different from our own and why there are so few wizards/witches.

Demographics of the Wizarding World

JK Rowling originally estimated the number of students in Hogwarts to be around 1000 [1]. Although this seems too high compared to the evidence we have in the books based on Harry’s year in Gryffindor, there is very little point in second guessing these figures because of all the things we simply don’t know.


The low number of students in Harry’s year may reflect a corresponding crash in birth rate at the height of Voldemort’s terror campaign and/or a magical epidemic. Gryffindor may be generally a smaller house than the other three. There is no reason to believe that the sorting hat does proportion students out evenly.


Rowling clearly intended Hogwarts, in the time frame that we see it, to be a big school even by muggle standards and children were supposed to represent a significant proportion of the wizarding world.


Many people will bend over backwards to disprove that Hogwarts is so large and the wizarding population so small because they wish to impose the demographics of modern muggle Britain onto Harry Potter’s world. This is entirely fruitless, as the wizarding Britain is a completely separate society developing along a completely different trajectory. 


It may looked like a developed society by muggle standards but one cannot impose the definitions of muggle development: low birth rate/death rate, and long life expectancy, on a magical society. There is no logical reason to believe wizarding society is structured in anyway like muggle Britain. 


These seemingly “skewed” figures may be the key to understanding the wizarding world. 


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Fighting human trafficking through covert design, this week on the Design & Violence blog. 

[The Public Practice Studio (Mike Fretto, American, b. 1982; Kari Gaynor, American, b. 1984; Tad Hirsch, American, b. 1970; Josh Nelson, American, b. 1978; Adriel Rollins, American, b. 1976; Melanie Wang, American, b. 1975). Pivot. 2012–present. Sanitary pad, water-soluble paper. Images courtesy of the Public Practice Studio (publicpractice.org)]

Photo by Surinyach Anna/MSF

The UN compound near Malakal, South Sudan, is now home to roughly 21,000 people. Conditions are terrible: displaced people are desperately short of space and clean drinking water, and sanitary conditions are poor. The overcrowding in the camps brings a risk of epidemics, as well as exacerbating tensions between those sheltering there. In February, dozens of people were wounded in the camp when fighting broke out between different groups, mirroring the armed clashes in town. In total, MSF and ICRC treated 152 people injured in the violence, 32 of them with gunshot wounds.

“What I love about my job is seeing the overall picture of UNICEF’s work.”


Adam Christopher Tibe, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer at UNICEF Philippines – Tacloban Field Office


If you had to describe your job to a 5 year old, how would you explain it?  

I ensure that UNICEF is on track in keeping our promise to as many children as possible. Do you go to a safe school? Do your parents and neighbours know where to go or what to do when a strong typhoon or earthquake happens? 

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Back to Mother Nature

“To make the world a better place, I invented a transformative water purifier. It takes in dirty and polluted water from rivers, lakes, and even oceans, then massively transforms the water into clean, safe and sanitary water, when humans and animals drink this water, they will live a healthier life.”

Audrey Zhang, Island Trees Memorial Middle School, New York

This Google Doodle is in the 4-5 grade group.

Photo by Surinyach Anna/MSF

The South Sudanese key strategic town of Malakal came under attack on February 18. The clashes between government and opposition forces forced thousands of people to flee. The nearby UN compound is now home to roughly 21,000 people. Conditions are terrible: displaced people are desperately short of space and clean drinking water, and sanitary conditions are poor.