wrapped buttons

Requested by Anonymous: Can I request an au where Jungkook is a Bunny!hybrid and he is in constant little space? And his owners are the rest of Bangtan. Thank you

I didn’t just include Jungkook in little space I also included parts of the caregiver/little dynamic. I hope you don’t mind.

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stim toys by color ,,, can u tell i have a favorite

  • brown: a smooth wooden spoon, a heavy hunk of metal wrapped in soft fabric, a nicely scented candle glob
  • pink/purple: a smooth piece of rock, a plastic gem w multiple smooth facets, a firm but squishy glittery dinosaur, a cool-lookin triangle die which looks blue but is actually more purple
  • red/orange/yellow: two bouncy balls, one smooth and one sorta fuzzy, a little lucky cat with a soft piece of fabric on the bottom, a tiny squishy stretchy frog
  • green: a squishy stretchy lizard, another hunk of metal wrapped in fabric, a button taken from a talking keychain, a dinosaur eraser, a turtle with a wheel on the bottom
  • blue: worm on a string, glasses cleaning cloth, tiny glitter jar, squishy stretchy frog, metal bracelet, chewy necklace, slime, heavy ball that makes bell noises
  • grey: a knob taken off a cabinet/drawer, spiky dog thing i got when i was emo, tiny heavy metal banana, tiny heavy metal coin thing, squishy stretchy elephant pencil topper

Man’s Suit (coat, waistcoat, and breeches)                        


                                                                                                                              Material: Wine-red wool; coat and waistcoat decorated with gold braid and buttons wrapped with gold threads; sleeved waistcoat.                                                                                                                                    

A set of coat, waistcoat, and breeches representing the typical outfit worn by men during the 18th Century.
Although the components of men’s outfit of this time remained unchanged throughout the Century, both shape and detailing became increasingly sophisticated with the times. During the first half of the 18th Century, the cuffs of the coat, which had been wide and extended to the elbows, became increasingly narrower and smaller and in line with the sleeves. The generous pleating of the expansive coattails were reduced over time and moved towards the back of the coat to create a narrower silhouette. The waistcoat, which was initially the same length as the coat, gradually became shorter, while, in conjunction with the coat, the front was cut diagonally to create a cutaway with a smooth line from the front to the sides.