well rooted

anonymous asked:

I dont know if they can beat Vecna. Hes prepared for them. Motherfucker has a plan

vox machina always come through in the most ridiculous, unexpected, nick-of-time, you’ve-gotta-be-shitting-me ways. I think there’s hope for them.

either way, it’s gonna make for a helluva story

kaminari denki seems like the kind of person tht likes anything he thinks remotely cool; literature, art, music etc. altho he’s never been truly deep into anything. he genuinely enjoys them and when he talks about his favourite he’ll get all excited and accidentally gives his friends a lil static shock.

he is all pikachu and sunflower. strong and prideful and he’ll stare straight at the sun. he’s individualistic, a single stalk, but his connection runs deep like well integrated roots.

people don’t think much of him but he still has his pride on strap.

sometimes denki peers over mina’s shoulder when she reads astrology stuffs in her morning paper. he didn’t really believe them but he likes listening to mina going on about his luck and love life and quirk strength on different phases of the moon (bakugou thinks it’s ridiculous tht he still listen to mina).

denki is both coffee and tea person.

definitely pineapple on pizza but he’ll sneak olive off to kirishima’s or sero’s plate.

to everyone’s surprise, denki can’t use meme well. he just ramble some weird catchphrase and everyone catches on it (jirou facepalm so hard but thinks it’s cute when youyorozu first says it).

he raised gecko before but got taken away when his quirk start manifested. he has trouble controlling them and got sent to some special class to work on em.

bokugou hates it when denki sneaks plastic animal toys into his bed because bakugou never noticed. safe to say, denki can’t go to class for a week.

people like kissing denki’s cheek or touching hin or just doing random skinship.

he has the softest tummy.

t H E s O f te S T

how do they know?¿?? long story short, todoroki got curious and now sometimes he just press his palm down when denki’s shirt rides up. it’s weird but denki don’t mind and todoroki got over his fascination with denki’s belly quite some time after.

but now everyone k N O w S ss s

his tummy ain’t safe no more.


Sara Lance taking over typical heterosexual endings (1x08/2x12)

“The Italian philosopher Vico had this theory that time moves more in a spiral than it does in a line. He believes that’s why we repeat ourselves, including our tragedies, and that if we are more faithful to this movement, we can move away from the epicenter through distance and time, but we have to confront it every time. I’ve been thinking about trauma—how it’s repetitive, and how we recreate it, and how memory is fashioned by creation. Every time we remember, we create new neurons, which is why memory is so unreliable. I thought, “Well if the Greek root for ‘poet’ is ‘creator,’ then to remember is to create, and, therefore, to remember is to be a poet.” I thought it was so neat. Everyone’s a poet, as long as they remember.”

- Ocean Vuong, What’s your mood when you write?


POI Appreciation week // Day 5: Favourite Quotes   Pi, the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, and this is just the beginning; it keeps on going, forever, without ever repeating….everything we ever say or do; all of the world’s infinite possibilities rest within this one simple circle.



Ever seen another person’s herb garden and wanted one exactly like it? Want to buy loads of lovely herbs but don’t have the money? Or want to start a plant business don’t know where to start?

Well my friend, I have two words for you. Plant cloning. It’s natural, free and very easy to do.  

This method works best for herbs such as

  • Basil
  • Broadleaf Thyme/Cuban Oregano
  • Mint
  • Oregano

Basically, what it does is allow you to take a cutting from one plant, and grow an entirely separate plant from it. This means that you could have an endless supply of herbs - you can take 20 cuttings from a single plant, and when they’ve all grown you’ll be able to take another 20 cutting from each of those plants! 

So how do you do it? Well it’s deceptively simple. Here’s how:

1. Start with your parent plant. Due to my recent obsession with basil, that’s the herb I’ve decided to go for.

2. Take a cutting - about 4-5 inches long. Make sure you do it just below a node (the place where the leaves join the stem, just like above in the picture)

3. If possible, try and cut the stem diagonally. This gives it a greater surface area to suck up water with.

4. OK, so this is pretty much what your cutting should look like. Make sure you’ve removed at least the bottom pair of leaves, but it’s good to remove a few sets as the plant can then concentrate on growing roots. 

5. Place the cutting in some water so that the stem is comletley submerged. I found old plastic shot glasses worked great for this, but you can also use pretty bottles or cups or whatever. 

6. Make sure you’ve picked the bottom leaves off, and that the nodes are in the water. This is because the new roots are going to grow out of these nodes, so obviously they’re going to need to be in the water. 

7. Put them in a sunny place where you can keep an eye on them. Above is a picture of the babies with their mummy! After about a week, roots should have grown out of the nodes. 

8. That’s it, you’re done! Once the roots are well developed, you can plant your herbs in to pots. Keep the soil moist and the herb in a sunny place, and soon it’ll be as big as the parent plant. 

You can use this method to get free herbs - instead of buying them all, why not just take cuttings from a friend or family member’s herbs and use them for your own garden? (with their permission of course) 

Or, take a lot of cuttings like I’ve done, pot them up and sell them for a profit!

Good luck and happy planting! ^-^