wishing cranes

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I just had to draw this bit inspired by that scene from The terminator after @weyounn and @thelittleredbutterfly added some hilarious commentary on a pic of Lyle I posted. Btw @askbatdad helped me get this finished

Apparently DC released a line of adorable capsule “buildable” figures, here’s what Scarecrow looks like! I love his expression.

That is the face of a man who’s judging you for self-injecting fear toxin. You knew what was gonna happen, but you went and did it anyway.

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celebrated international women’s day today from the rooftop of the franklin institute while looking out over my glorious city

Paper Cranes & a Sweet Wish: Yugyeom

Yugyeom makes you a special gift and goes to visit you.
A/N: I know I should be writing for other groups but I FINALLY thought of a story for Yugyeom since I haven’t written anything for him yet. I rushed to write this bc I need to go to work tonight so it might be a bit choppy there are some errors. I PROMISE to write for another group next! I just had to write this one out first~
Health & Healing | 054/100 writing prompt challenge 

The only sounds coming from GOT7’s dorm tonight was Jackson screaming at the tv screen while his members laughed hysterically at him.

All seven members had a few days off from their schedules and their first night of relaxing was filled with nothing but food and video games.

While four of the members tried to contain their laughter on the couch, Jackson resorted to getting up on his feet to shout the tv at his character while Youngjae fell over on his cushion on the floor, rolling around in his own fit of giggles. Even with one hand on the controller while the other held onto his stomach from all the laughing, Youngjae was still beating Jackson at Mario Kart.

Jackson let out a string of aggravated ’WHY’S’ and ’GO FASTER’S’ and the members let out another burst of chuckles when Youngjae’s character reach the finish line before Jackson’s.

“I call next!” Bambam exclaimed as everyone tried to calm themselves.

“This is so not fair,” Jackson pouted, slumping next to Mark on the couch.

“I… can’t… breathe!” Youngae continued to laugh, still on his back on the ground.

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I think that having us play as both Jacob and Evie was preparing us for the next step in the modern day story. I noticed in Syndicate we saw a lot of Shaun and Rebecca, which leads me to think that in the next playable modern day, we might be able to play as them like we did Jacob and Evie.

image from madeinmasyaf

Rewatching 2x13, I’m struck by Jenny’s line about Katrina: “I’m not her biggest fan either.” Jenny and Katrina have BARELY interacted, they may only have been onscreen together ever in “The Akeda” (“It’s okay, she’s a witch.”) Jenny barely knew anything about Katrina, let alone had a opinion of her at that point, so her new less-than-impressed outlook on Katrina can ONLY be the result of Abbie filling her in by ripping Strugglewitch a new one in rant form at her sister very recently. I bet that was INCREDIBLE. 

But no matter how much subtle shade they have the Mills sisters throwing at Katrina, TPTB behind this show right now would never have the BRASS BALLS to let THIS conversation happen onscreen. 

One Thousand Paper Cranes

Death Note
AO3

There is an ancient Japanese legend that says that anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish.

By his fifth crane, he told himself that he was making a small collection. By his eighteenth, he was enjoying a new pastime. By his forty ninth, he stopped trying to come up with a better excuse.

He wondered if Mello had ever heard the legend, and if they would have believed it if they had.


   There is an ancient Japanese legend that says that anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish.

  Near did not believe in such things. If one really received a wish from folding a thousand cranes, surely that would be the kind of thing that everyone knew about? It was a beautiful legend, but it was nonsense. That’s what Near told himself as he folded his first crane.

  By his fifth crane, he told himself that he was making a small collection. By his eighteenth, he was enjoying a new pastime. By his forty ninth, he stopped trying to come up with a better excuse.

  He wondered if Mello had ever heard the legend, and if they would have believed it if they had.  

  “It’s not literal,” Near imagined them saying. “The wish. It’s probably more like a prayer. Showing whoever it is you believe in how much you want something. Because you’d have to really want it to take the time to fold a thousand origami cranes in the hopes of getting it.” That’s what they would say. And maybe they would be right. Near had never been sure what he believed in, but he had always believed in Mello.

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meongs  asked:

I'm writing about a 10 years old girl who believes that if you make 1000 origami cranes your wish will come true. Any idea for obstacle/challanges before she reaches 1000 cranes?

  • She injures her hands. It doesn’t have to be super serious just enough to slow her down or make her folding messy so the cranes don’t turn out well.
  • Someone either doesn’t know why she’s making so many and throws them out for her, or they think it’s ridiculous and throw it out to try to make her stop.
  • A pet/very young sibling gets into her stash of cranes and destroys them.
  • Maybe she has to pay for the origami paper herself with her allowance and some of it gets damaged/she doesnt have enough to start with so she has to wait until she gets her allowance next. To make it extra hard, maybe there is something else that she needs her allowance for like a gift and has to choose between the two or budget very carefully.
  • Her parents get angry at her for wasting her time on a fantasy and making a mess of paper and tell her she’s not allowed to continue.
  • Someone at school finds out and starts to tease her for it.