we won't forget you

Sometimes you lose people, and there’s just nothing that you can do about it. Sometimes you lose something that you love. Sometimes you’re replaced by someone else and shifted to a not-so-important place in that one confidant’s heart. Sometimes relationships change and you end up feeling a little bit lonely. Sometimes you just aren’t the right fit, you just aren’t the soul that that other person needs.
—  🖤
I'm just saying, I think we all know Kara Danvers fairly well.

And if you think for one hot second she wouldn’t have taken time to visit her friend, Lena Luthor, after Lena saved National City and turned in her mother… then you don’t know Kara at all.

Fake Chats #159
  • Taehyung: life is like Jungkook's closet.
  • Seokjin: what? How?
  • Taehyung: a bunch of circumstances that all look the same until you're experiencing them, and then it's totally different.
  • Jimin: but you don't actually believe that all those white tees are different, do you?
  • Taehyung: well...
  • Jungkook: they're different!
  • Taehyung: of course they are, Kookie.
  • Seokjin: guess that answers that question.
  • Jimin: no, that answers the "will Tae betray Kookie or not?" question.
  • Seokjin: that's the question I meant. I have a lot of brains, you know.
  • Jungkook: and you can even spell it. Good boy.
  • Seokjin: you wanna die?
  • Jungkook: I'm stronger than you.
  • Seokjin: you want your white tees to die?
  • Jungkook: I hear and obey.
  • Seokjin: good boy.
  • Jungkook: you're such a mom.
  • Seokjin: and don't you forget it.
  • Vmin: we sure won't.

According to popular history, Baartman was born in 1789 in the Gamtoos Valley of South Africa. When she was barely in her 20s, she was sold to London by an enterprising Scottish doctor named Alexander Dunlop, accompanied by a showman named Hendrik Cesars. She spent four years in Britain being exhibited. Her treatment caught the attention of British abolitionists, who tried to rescue her, but she claimed that she had come to London on her own accord.
Baartman lived on in poverty, and died in Paris of illness in December 1815. After her death, Cuvier dissected her body, then displayed her remains. For more than a century and a half, visitors to the “Museum of Man” in Paris could view her brain and skeleton until she was peacefully laid to rest.

  • Baby Holmes: ...
  • Baby Holmes: *swallows* Daddy?
  • Sherlock: *stops pacing* Yes?
  • Baby Holmes: *bows his head* Will the new baby like me?
  • Sherlock: *shrugs* I don't know.
  • Baby Holmes: *lip wobbles*
  • Sherlock: *lifts his son into his arms* I don't know if she'll like me either.
  • Baby Holmes: *mumbles into his dad's shirt* Do you think our chances are good?
  • Sherlock: *worried* Yours are better than mine.
  • Baby Holmes: *sad* I want her to like me.
  • Sherlock: *nods* Me too.
  • Baby Holmes: *looks up* What are we going to do if she doesn't like us?
  • Sherlock: *hugs his son* We'll have to go, Hamish. Just the two of us. Mummy will be forced to raise the baby and we can live with Uncle John and Aunt Mary. Mummy could see us at weekends.
  • Baby Holmes: ...
  • -5 minutes later-
  • Molly: *holding her stomach* Right, I've got the bag-
  • Sherlock: *holding his crying son*
  • Molly: *exasperated* What did you say to him?
  • Sherlock: *cuddling his son; hurrying downstairs* Just get in the car.
How Canadians Say "Good Bye"
  • Person 1: okay, you have a good day.
  • Person 2: oh I will, thanks again.
  • Person 1: you're welcome. Take care out there.
  • Person 2: for sure. You have yourself a good one.
  • Person 1: no worries. Bye bye now.
  • Person 2: bye. Don't forget we love you.
  • Person 1: I won't, I love you too.
  • Person 2: see ya then.
  • Person 1: yeah, see you later.
  • Person 2: bye now.
  • Person 1: bye