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TW Episode 1.10 “This Date Became Really Creepy Fast”

Melissa suddenly buying a clue that perhaps she should have gotten to know who the man was before getting into a car with him.

Peter upped the creepy factor here. Even I stared, “Peter, No baby. Who taught you how to flirt with women?”

Cannot do this without showing Peter’s crazy Alpha Face.

Stiles, I’m going to crash your car so you don’t make out with anyone else and have werewolf babies, Stilinski.

Nice One.

Scott finally impresses Peter, but it doesn’t end up in Scott’s favor and he has to go rescue Jackson. Still don’t understand why Derek was okay with killing Jackson but idk. That whole scene confused me and that’s another story. 

Poor Melissa doesn’t get her date.

I  love how Stiles flails in this scene trying to get Melissa away from Peter. But then, he can’t help but stare.

Melissa: Damnit. He was cute too. A little creepy, but cute.  (Wait until Season Six)

Stiles: Yes he is.

Melissa: What? 

Stiles: Did I say that Out Loud?  Oops.

Peter: I heard you Stiles, but we’ll discuss that later.  I have things to do and  people to kill. Hold that thought.

Stiles: “…”

rhythm-nah  asked:

See i am from nigeria and there is was taught cursive in like grade 1 to 3 and then as i got older and moved to Canada i want to get rid of my cursive handwriting cause no one else did it but instead my "normal writing" is now the messiest cursive handwriting you ever see in your lifetime like doctor's bow to me, they worship me

this is the ultimate kind of cursed writing. congratulations.

sinnaisanemotionalman  asked:

Is it just me or are you a lot less active with liking and reblogging fanart than you used to? I remember when haft my shitty art got likes from you and 1 in 10 would even be reblogged! I only use myself as an example because I don't know about anyone else, but I feel like there is less fanart on your Tumblr nowadays.

Lots of reasons. There’s a lot of repeated stuff in the tags so I don’t want to constantly reblog the same or similar things because that would get annoying to see for people who follow me. 

I’m also super busy outside of the internet so sometimes I don’t get time to check and sit and reblog/like for as long as I’d prefer. 

Tumblr has also been screwy for me on mobile, not showing what the actual “recent” things are or something similar so I don’t always get to actually see everything. Most of my browsing of Tumblr is done on mobile. 

Still trying my best to remain as active as I possibly can be but sometimes it’s going to dip and other times it will be more, as is life :)

1. Neosporin is really good for stretch marks.  (for people who dislike them but always know that there’s nothing wrong with having stretchmarks!)
2.  Clean rooms bring good energy. Open your blinds and turn some music on a get to work. You will feel great!
3. The first thing you should drink in the morning is water, nothing else. Try to drink three cups throughout the day. It not only helps you lose weight but clears your skin.
4.  Sometimes you just have to read certain shit and not respond, not everybody deserves to hear your answers.
5.  Face masks are great. Find whichever kind you think you’ll like best and put it on after you take a shower and just chill in bed.
6. Too much coconut oil clogs your pores. Use it wisely.
7.  Going to bed at a decent time is cool. Don’t let your phone distract you, the earlier the sleep the more energy you’ll have the next.  More sleep = more motivation to get your work done. just do it.
8.  Naps are good and sometimes it’s okay to not do that one page of homework and call it quits to get rest.
9.  If you hate just plain water and you can’t stand drinking it put lemons and other fruits in it.
10.  Water with lemon cleans your system out nicely and makes you urine more.
11.  Eight tracks is a good app for new music and playlist. If you haven’t used it try it. Music always makes things better.
12.  Keep your private life to yourself or else you will have to face other people’s ugly comments.
13. Try to read at least 5 books this year or more, especially if you don’t like reading. Reading benefits you in many ways, you will be proud.
14. If you have the time to get chores or homework done then do it, don’t tell yourself you’ll do it later. 
15. Invest in good bath products, soaps and bath bombs and bath oils. they will do your skin wonders.
16. Invest in good hair products too, make sure you buy things for your hair type. 
17. If you want to have sex then have sex and do you, forget the comments. Bring your own condoms if you must.
18. Be friends with who you want to be friends with. You don’t have to be friend everybody.
19. Always stick up for yourself, but if you are wrong and you are being told so, take time to think and accept it.
20. Keep an extra pair of panties, pads/tampons, chapstick and headphones on you just in case.
21. Cranberry juice, yogurt, pineapples, apple juice and just natural sweet things in general.. eat it. I hope you catch my drift.
22. Mens shaving cream works better than woman’s, it makes you skin softer and hair stays gone longer.
23. Men’s razors provide a closer shave. Invest in them.
24. Buying lingerie or pretty undergarments in general will make you feel so much more confident.
25. Sometimes it’s good to just listen to people talk and let them talk for the sake of you not arguing and loosing brain cells.
26. Everybody should take a bath a few times out of the week or months. Baths open your pores and yes showers are cool but baths are A1.
27.  Always put on lotion after you finish bathing too. You want your skin nice and smooth at all times.
28. Save your money. as soon as you get it the first thing you shouldn’t buy is food. buy things that will last and benefit you.
29. Mind your own business. Who cares about what the next person is doing? Just do you. 
30. Organize your closet.
31. Always be nice to people who are always nice to you.
32. Compliment other people. It’s good to uplift anybody. If you think somebody’s shoes are cute just tell them.
33. Treat yourself to pasta and something nice to drink on Friday nights after a long week. Pasta makes everything better.
34. Just learn to love yourself and who you are as a person.
35. You have a right to feel whatever emotion you feel, don’t judge your emotions.
36. If you are sensitive and people bash you for it, don’t listen to their ignorant words. Sensitive people are usually emphatic.
37. Make a grocery list before you go shopping regardless of how lazy you are.
38. Take walks. If you feel bad and need to breathe, plug in your headphones and walk. They clear your mind.
39. Keep a journal and write in it whenever you feel as if you have nobody to speak to. It’s a good way to get rid of things inside.
40. If you’re confident and you think you are the shit then you keep doing that. Or fake it till you make it.
41. Embrace insults. If somebody calls you a name turn around and flip it. People hate to see you unbothered.
42. Try to use natural/organic and cruelty free skincare/haircare products. Limit nasty chemicals, it’s good for both you and the environment.
—  Tips on how to feel better and look better by @contourkits

anonymous asked:

Hey Emma 💛 Do you have any advice for procrastination? I also have a hard time concentrating, what do you do (or think I could do) that would help with that?

Hi! I’ve had a few questions like this recently so I’m just going to answer this one and hopefully anyone who asked a similar question will see it! But on with the answer. I think there is a few different reasons why we procrastinate so I’m going to note those down and give a few tips for each. You can obviously apply any ideas that you like regardless of what section I’ve put them under! 

1. You’ve got poor work/productivity habits. Generally you leave things until the last minute since you “work better under pressure”. (This is so me, omg.) You probably think you’ll do something after you’ve finished something else, and then never do. You get get distracted whenever you’re trying to study and will sit waiting to feel motivated but it never comes. For this I’d suggest:

  • create a productive work environment - choose a space where you will actually work without distractions, organise your study space, have everything you need in easy reach. Surround yourself with things you find motivating such as quotes! 
  • write it out - write down a few manageable tasks that you need to do. Writing the actions they require will help you see what you should be doing to complete something, instead of just the overall task. One by one you’ll see yourself getting things done!
  • focus on 20-30 minute periods - generally we lose focus after a while so taking regular breaks can help give you chance to relax and refocus. Apps like Forest allow you to set a timer and will give you off your phone at the same time. Obviously if you’re being productive, don’t suddenly cut that off because it is “time for a break”.
  • use apps/browser extensions to cut out distractions - ones like RescueTime or StayFocusd will block you from checking certain sites.
  • find an accountability partner - pick someone who you can rely on to check on your regularly and see how your tasks are coming along. You can send them your to-do list and then every few hours you can update them with your progress. You won’t want to let them down.
  • use the two-minute rule - if something takes less than two minutes, do it. Don’t make an excuse, just do it. Tasks that are longer you can either delegate or defer. Here is a simple visualisation of what I mean.
  • record your progress - doing a simple “don’t break the chain” in your planner is a great way to see how productive you’re being and therefore get you more motivated to keep it up!

2. You’re feeling stressed and overwhelmed. Everything seems to be mounting up and nothing seems doable. You don’t know where or how to start. For this I’d suggest:

  • find some help - if you’re feeling like this, it is likely you need some help in some form or another. See if a family member, friend, classmate or teacher (or Google) can help or give you a starting point.
  • tell yourself that getting started is the first step - you don’t need to finish a task in a matter of minutes. Start doing something small. Maybe organise what you need, highlight the important bits of your assessment, or draft an essay plan. The secret to getting ahead is getting started!
  • divide and conquer - figure out what is the overall task that you need to do and split it into manageable parts. For instance with an essay the aim is to write it! Divide it into planning out what you want to write, any references you need, summarising a final draft and then writing each paragraph. By dividing bigger tasks into actionable parts you can reduce the obstacles and get through each part in a more timely manner.
  • reward yourself - create a reward system to celebrate completing a selection of tasks. By rewarding your progress you’ll build an incentive to work and reinforce productivity (great for your self-discipline!). 
  • learn to forgive yourself - if you have an off day, that is okay! You can’t expect to see a huge change in a short amount of time. Remember to come back to it later and try again.
  • don’t over schedule - if you’re feeling pressure from the amount of work and then the added pressure of trying to stick to a time limit, you’re just going to go crazy. Set yourself flexible times to get something done instead of being heavily structured. Give yourself time for a break and the ability to change tasks.
  • stick with one task - it can be so tempting to multitask but try not to. Try to keep focus on the what you’re doing until it is done. If you struggle with that, you could write down anything useful that you randomly think about for another task, use a break-time to think about that other task or alternate between subjects/tasks every few hours.

3. You’re a perfectionist. You either don’t want to start something out of fear you won’t get it right or you can stuck on stuck on the small details. There is a pressure to achieve “perfection”. For this I’d suggest:

  • focus on getting started, instead of finishing - it is easy to get overwhelmed thinking about what something is supposed to be like finished if you’re a perfectionist. Take things one step at a time.
  • remember that your perfectionist tendencies aren’t actually improving your work or productivity but hindering you - you’re continually setting yourself unrealistic objects and (like me) probably feel let down by yourself if you don’t reach them. Be realistic and focus on getting it done!
  • accept mistakes - you’ve written something wrong, don’t panic! Cross it out with a single line and move on. Things happen and you have to accept it. You can’t rip up the page every time you do something wrong, even if it is so tempting.
  • put things in perspective - is what you’re beating yourself up about right now going to mean anything in a week, a month, a year? Be honest if it isn’t, is it really worth putting unnecessary pressure on yourself.
  • praise yourself through the process - try not to criticise yourself but recognise your progress. 

4. You’re wanting to do something else. You find whatever you’re doing boring. You want it to be over with but don’t want to get started. The ultimate catch 22, right? For this I’d suggest:

  • remember that putting it off isn’t going to make it go away - if you leave it too long you’ll end up getting more stressed about it. Best to get it over with. 
  • plan from the get-go - once you know something is coming up (e.g. a test, an assessment, etc) make notes on it! That could be questions, annotations, potential topics, citations, etc. By making the effort to spend time reading through, you’ll save your future self some stress. Especially if it’s a topic you have forgotten. That way your notes act as a reminder so you can get started.
  • set a finish time with a reward - tell yourself that if you finish something by ..am/pm and then you can do something else. Use your self-discipline to not go back on this. Set a realistic time and try to get it complete before. If you can think that you’re doing something fun once it is completed, you’ll be more motivated to get it done.
  • make a structure - for note-taking, it can be overwhelming looking at a textbook and thinking what you’re going to write out. Make a note-taking layout/colour code that works for you and that subject. Mine is here - it just give me an idea of how I’d lay everything instead of going in with no action plan. 
  • try to make it fun - this could be using YouTube to learn or starting a study group. Use different methods for memorising information such as flashcards, mindmaps or study guides (like question/answer).
  • make the effort to refocus - if you’re finding something boring and you’re unfocused, walk away for 5 minutes, get a drink and come back. If you’re really struggling, change topics for a while. Find a point where you can finish and start doing something else that is productive. 
  • listen to some music - generally music without lyrics are best for focusing. Spotify has a great playlist for studying called ‘focus’. However I find my regular music good for getting me a little more motivated and awake. I also like writing essays to music because I weirdly sort of type in the same rhythm. Funny study hack I’ve found that works for me haha! 

I hope that is useful! I must have copied and pasted my whole answer like 5 times just incase my tab reloaded and I lost everything, luckily not! You should also check out this post for smaller motivation tips and tricks! xx

little things to love about seungkwan
  • everyone’s favorite member c’mon dont lie
  • seventeen’s cute moodmaker!
  • such an energentic bub!
  • who else would give tangerines to reporters at 6AM in the morning? only seungkwan
  • if your alarm clock isn’t waking you up, boo seungkwan will
  • woke up the members for school during 17TV ;;
  • he remembers all the members’ b-days
  • at such a young age, he has such amazing talent
  • MC!BOO
  • he loves his mom so much omg
  • he would use every moment he can to talk about his mom im :’( 
  • “do you think seducing me with food will get me to fall for it? yes” 
  • seventeen’s #1 gag man
  • sassy boo
  • he once always though he could never become a singer, because he was from jeju
  • but look at him now, a talent singer in a talented group
  • such an expressive child
  • rap god boo seungkwan 
  • AKA BOONON
  • is vernon’s bff
  • a lover of rain
  • always trying his best and honestly it’s the best thing
  • knows he’s handsome which is the best
  • “your butt has the same class as beyonce sunbaenim!!!!” -sk to dk
  • he responds to memes during menpas LMAO
  • “I will now perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation on this kimchi” 
  • “oH MY GOSH WHAT ARE U DOING NOW?!????????”
  • “kIMBAP kIDDING?????”
  • this precious video 
  • also this video ft. dk LMFAOOO
  • all the lil moles he has on his face!! they’re like small constellations <3
  • DIVA!BOO
  • fun fact: he can’t cross his legs bc he said his pelvic bones are so stiff poor bby 
  • when he smiles his cheeks get all round n’ soft and im!!!!!
  • super caring towards others
  • super respectful towards his seniors 
  • when there is an interview question that he knows would make his member’s uncomfortable, he would try to change the subject
  • like when there was a question mentioned about woozi’s height, he avoided it and talked about something else so woozi wouldn’t be uncomfortable 
  • likes to break in to song and dance with every opportunity he can get
  • he is such a lovely person with a lovely heart
  • #stan talent stan boo seungkwan
What to do when you get a bad grade

It happens to us all. You study your butt off, work like crazy for that final exam, and then you get your grade and it’s not what you hoped it would be. Sure, you might have passed, but your grade is still pretty bad and you feel terrible. Here are a few things that can help:

1) Treat yourself to something nice. It’s not a reward, but a little ice-cream doesn’t hurt. Getting a bad grade is an awful feeling. Take care of your mental health FIRST, especially if you have anxiety. 

2) Stay away from friends who are discussing grades. Tell your friends if you don’t want to talk about grades, and if they don’t shut up then move away. It’s rarely comforting to be around people who did better than you or worse than you. Talk about something else.

3) Realise that it’s not the end of the world. Bad grades happen to everyone (even straight A students, at some point), and the world keeps rotating. Time will pass and in a few weeks’ time you won’t even remember that grade anymore.

4) Implement a back-up plan/do damage control. What will that bad grade affect? Can you continue with your programme? Figure out what problems will or may arise from your bad grade and figure out what you need to do to minimise the effect of your bad grade.

5) Figure out the cause of your bad grade. Did you use the most appropriate study method? Did you procrastinate the entire semester? Was the exam *particularly* difficult? Sometimes, the cause of your bad grade is more long-term than just the period your spent studying, so be thorough when you try to figure out why you got a bad grade. Was it just a case of bad luck and unfortunate circumstances?  

6) Speak to your teacher/professor/tutor. Ask if you can see your exam paper, and work through it again so that you can identify where you went wrong. Speak to them about the problems your identified and ask them for alternatives or extra help. Bad grades are only bad if you don’t learn from them.

7) Realise that it’ll all be okay, and that you will have some way to make up for it in the future. Nothing is permanent, not even bad grades.

I hope these tips help. If you have any questions, feel free to send me a message or an ask. I also have a studyinstagram @ munirastudies if you’re interested in following me there. Happy studying!

xx Munira

Context: Myself and 3 other players are staying at the first Inn in the town, waiting for our contact who’s late and may or may not actually be coming. I only have to meditate for 4 hours so I offer to take the second watch while everyone else gets some sleep because nobody trusts this city. 

Me: I’d like to look out the window of the room and see if can observe or hear anything strange outside. 

GM: Roll for sight. 

Me: *rolls a 1* 

GM: Roll a listen check. 

Me: *rolls a 19* 

GM: You press up against the glass and are able to vividly hear the sound of it shattering as a grappling hook breaks through the window. It has enough force to both send you stumbling back and for several sharp shards to hit you in the face. 

Don’t settle, don’t lower your standards. Wait for the guy who truly loves you.
Well, it’s engagement season. Recently I had a friend tell me in conversation, “What if I never find the perfect guy? I probably just need to lower my standards to get that ‘ring by spring’ like everyone else.”

I’ll be honest, I once thought the same thing… Will I ever find a guy with my, what seem to be, impossibly high, standards? I realized, though, yeah I should probably let go of the physical standards I have but there should be some things, us as girls should never settle on. We should wait it out, because even if it takes longer than expected, God has that perfect guy in store for you.

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Write about tjlc? Like having friends? Keep reading

Okay so awhile ago I made a post about making an informal group consisting of small-time TJLC bloggers. I decided to go for it! The group will be both for making friends and to give audience to each other’s theories. Once we get some membership I will start up some games and discussions for us all to get to know one another. If you want to be in the group:

1. REBLOG this post. For now, that’s how we’ll establish membership (I’ll figure something else out for the future)
2. FOLLOW the other people who have reblogged this post. It would be a good idea to check this post every so often to see if someone else has reblogged. (I promise I’ll figure something else out :))
3.TAG your friends. Tag people you follow, who follow you, or who you don’t even know but think might be cool. This is the biggest way I have of finding more people to join, so please help! To start with, I’ll tag everyone who liked the original post, but I’ll keep adding more.

Looking forward to getting to know you all. If you have an idea for a name for us, put it in the reblog!

There are three sides of tumblr. (We’re a triangle lmao)

1) people (like myself) who see the unfairness in the same people getting picked to meet Taylor ten times. Like for real though, that’s an awesome experience, good for you, we’re happy for you but like……why can’t new people get picked?? Favoritism is such a low feeling for everyone else.

2) (some) people who have been the favorites “you all are just jealous and can’t appreciate what taylor does for all of us. I’m not biased at all.”

3) international fans. Enough said. Y'all know what I mean. Y'all are the real MVPs.

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get to know me meme: [1/5] female characters 

“So listen. If you listen to nothing else, listen to this. You’re always gonna be afraid even if you learn to hide it. Fear is like a companion. A constant companion, always there. But that’s ok. Because fear can bring us together. Fear can bring you home. I’m gonna leave you something, just so you’ll always remember. Fear makes companions of us all.”  ― Clara Oswald

M-I-A-M-I (PART 2)

Prompt: Please read Part 1 first. Inspired by Daveed’s Instagram post that made the fandom go wild. Y/N and Daveed are in Miami, and things are about to get hot.

Pairing: Daveed Diggs x reader

Warnings: Smut. It’s porn, basically.

A/N: *smokes a cigarette* Shout out to @imaginebeinghamiltrash, @tempfixeliza, and the anons who made sure I wouldn’t abandon this story. Also, @tallish-hobbit  here ya go. Ready to sin? Lehggo.

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Hey guys, my Conspiracy crew, can you do something for me? For yourselves? For literally everyone on this site? Please don’t fight with strangers on the Internet. After all these years I still don’t understand why we’re doing this. There are SO many people on this site that don’t like what we have to say and you know what? That’s perfectly fine. Don’t fight them. Don’t call them names. And you know what else? Don’t stick up for yourselves when they do it to you. Yeah. I’m suggesting you take it.

Everyone on this site is trying to have fun. I get dragged all the time but I’ve never once, not once in a year on this site, engaged someone who vehemently disagreed with me. Anyone can check my blog, you’ll never find an example of me 1) attaching myself to other’s posts to disrespect them 2) publishing hateful anons 3) Calling anyone names 4) giving the microphone to people who don’t like me. It’s not hard.

I once lost 40 followers in one day a few months ago because I stuck up for a Sheriarty blog who, I believed, made a good point. And you know what? Good. I didn’t want those people on my blog anyways.

People are going to attack you all day long. Stay in your own lane. Use the appropriate tags. Don’t take everything personally. We’re here to have fun. How can you possibly have fun arguing with strangers about a TV show? Block who you need to. Avoid certain tags.

People are going to read your blog. They decide if they like what you have to say or if they don’t. The choice is always theirs. No need to assert your ideas to people who don’t agree with you or don’t like what you have to say. Those who want to listen, they will stay. And, honestly, most of those bloggers you don’t like will leave you alone if you leave them alone.

You don’t have to listen to anything i just said, if you don’t want to. This is just a suggestion. But I’m having a great time on this site because I get back what I put in.

the thing about zeke/mylene is that they BOTH go through character development to get with each other. mylene’s speech in ep 1 really says everything: she won’t be with zeke because she won’t be with a man who has no ambition, a man who will drag her down when she leaves the bronx

at the beginning, zeke’s only ambition is to be w/ mylene, but that’s not enough for her; this causes him to run into shaolin and start everything with the get down brothers. we all see how this becomes zeke’s ambition, the one thing he wants to pursue out of everything else he’s been offered. zeke’s confidence in himself and his ambitions is something mylene likes A LOT (after she gets used to the record scratching) and it literally completes the only reason she wouldn’t be with him (i mean, really, mylene DID give zeke a “how to date me” guide lmfao)

for mylene, the biggest thing people misunderstand is that she had zero feelings for zeke, which is plain wrong lmfao. she didn’t LOVE him, but she did have feelings for him. she just wasn’t going to sacrifice her future for them (which is understandable, jesus). so zeke finally has a Goal in Life, and mylene likes that, but more importantly mylene is the one who approaches zeke in the blackout and offers support and love. she does that by herself, her own prompting!! and by being w/ zeke she a) learns to accept the get down as something zeke likes & wants to pursue and b) is willing to date him while he stays in the bronx (end of ep 6, where she asks if he’ll visit her), a complete difference from the end of ep 1

it’s fucking tiring to see all this ridiculous mylene hate when part 1 showed both zeke and mylene working to be with each other and going through some Good Old Character Development, it’s really unfair to both characters and usually always unfair to mylene

PSA on how to come out:

1. you don’t have to.
2. …. that’s it. you don’t have to!

I get so many asks like “how do I come out to my parents/family/friends/partner??” and though I happily give advice I also can’t stop thinking that none of you lovely queer kids have to come out. The only reason you feel like you “have to” is because we live in a heteronormative world in which every straight person assumes that everybody else is straight as well. If your parents think you are straight it is them who are wrong, and it’s not your job to make your coming out easy for them because if it weren’t for their heteronormative worldview you wouldn’t even have to come out in the first place.

So always remember: the reason straight people expect us to come out isn’t because we are queer - it’s because they are straight and can’t stop assuming that everybody else is as well!