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Guess who started liking UmiMaki! 

It’s because of a friend showing me many artists that ship them lol Also, I didn’t want to color nor find my colored pencils so yeah it’s a coughdoodlecough

If Jungkook was a hyung, I wonder how Bangtan would’ve fare. Thank lamb skewers things are the way they are now.

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Yo! I decided to finish this request (a mix of both @nishikinonico & @deathgremory ) that was sitting in my folder for…who knows how long orz (Totally not doing this because I have a math midterm and I should be studying instead of drawing…)

Here’s your angsty soldier game trio in suits! (I don’t remember the actual reason for their angst so you all can decide lol)

I’ll disappear again now…

P.S.: Made it a print because why not so here

who else on this site gets a cool heccinfreccin S P RO N G BRE K ?

anonymous asked:

although, to be generous to education (tho it often doesn't deserve it), as a tutor i often have to teach children how to do things incorrectly because teaching them the nuance (or even mentioning that there is one) is too complex for their goals. i teach fifth graders how to write and i'm always saying "you need a thesis, introduction, and conclusion" and "a body paragraph needs a topic sentence" even though that obviously isn't always the case, but it's what they need to know in the moment

yeah like sorry children what you’re taught is all wrong 90% of the time, yes even in math, lmao.

me: im tired of school n all these assignments i sweater god im dropping tf out!!

xiumin: ive gotten my masters n im working on my phd :)

me: i 👆 LOVE ❤️ studying 📚!!! me? a nerd? HELL YES 🤓! MATH 📐 SCIENCE 🔬 I LEARN 📝 IT ALL 💯 because knowledge 🙇‍♀️ is POWER 💪 and the KEY 🔑 to SUCCESS 👩‍🎓

Tags N’ Stuff - Dubs’ Tunes Edition

Tagged by @the-dubstep-strawberry.

DIRECTIONS: You can tell a lot about a person by the music they listen to! Put your MP3 player, itunes, spotify, etc. on shuffle & list the first 10 songs, then tag 10 people everybody, no skipping (aka the drag yourself with your own music, savvy?)

If only I could find my little orange MP3 player that my 3 year old swiped when I wasn’t paying attention, aka the one with all my Van Halen on it…  -sigh-  Oh well. 

I knew it was only a matter of time before I was tagged in one of these and the truth about my taste in music came out.  lol  It didn’t turn out as badly as I thought it would, but I’m kind of disappointed my gross amount of 80′s music or various soundtracks didn’t come up. 

1. The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia - Reba
2. Headstrong - Trapt
3. Runaway - Bon Jovi
4. Best Day of My Life - American Authors
5. Just Push Play - Aerosmith
6. Don’t Stand So Close to Me - Police
7. Telephone - Lady Gaga & Beyonce
8. We Were in Love - Toby Keith
9. Nobody’s Home - Avril Lavigne
10. Rovin’ Gambler - Dierks Bentley

I’m actually excited Dierks made the list.  His, “Up on the Ridge,” Album (that Rovin’ Gambler came off of), might be one of the best albums that I own.  Hailing from the Bluegrass State, that album really hit home.  I’m also disappointed the Ink Spots didn’t show up.  I rarely actually listen to their songs but they seem to pop up any other time I’m trying to listen to music.  lol

Tagging a few friends to share in the awkward and uncomfortable excitement of sharing their music for all of Tumblr to see; @bugsieplusone @chibikinesis @corvegaassemblyplant @dreadbythesea @hancocks-toe @noixsghoulart @paladin-danse-if-we-want-to @red-eye-radio @sonderingtrashcompactor @scorpio-skies @thegreatdivide and @urethrapunch

One of my teaching assignments is shared with Math Bro. 

Yes, Math Bro and I work together. This was delightful in theory, but in practice it’s trouble. Example: The class was asked ‘Where do shapes live?’ and the answer was ‘in the plane.’

So, I’m sitting there, and I wanna say “Shapes on a plane,” but I’m trying very hard to be a Very Responsible Adult Faculty Member (especially because my calc students are learning u-substitution and I already ugly laughed at ‘f(u)’ in front of everyone)

I’m doing a great job for a fraction of a second… until Math Bro says “Shapes on a Plane” and I start laughing so hard I practically fall out of my seat and have to sit on the floor. 

Les Amis Teacher AU where Enjolras is a poli-science teacher and Grantaire is that substitute teacher who always shows up to teach literally every subject, from arts to sports, and everyone just loves him.  One time someone thought he was the caretaker (because lbr, he does look like one) and spend three hours fixing the sinks in the bathroom after some 8th graders thought it was a nice idea to clog them with toilette paper. And he pretends like  nothing he does is ‘a big deal anyway’ and it’s infuriating and he always shows up when Enjolras last expects it so he can’t even… mentally prepare.

Like he can go and look for a history book for his class on the development of democracy and there’s Grantaire teaching 8th graders about the French Revolution and even the 8th graders are quiet and listen and Enjolras just… stares for a minute and then because…. Why is he so good at everything?! (And always talking so much with his hands which are beautiful hands and NOT THE POINT) And he returns to his class in a daze until one girl raises her hand like, ‘Monsieur Enjolras, didn’t you want to go get a book?’

hey yall i saw this chart thing in a vlogbrothers video and thought it’d make a fun little “tag yourself” survey 

reblog or comment with your coordinates (im begging lol it’s secretly for a math project i have to do)

(if you identify as more than one gender, feel free to choose more than one point)

MBTI Types in school: Maths Class
  • INTJ: Nobody knows if they're actually any good or not because they never let anyone see their test scores; all everyone knows is that their maths book is surprisingly messy. Regularly informs a disappointed ISFP that "maths just isn't your subject."
  • INTP: Extraordinarily good at maths, but spends most of class making bitter comments about how being in maths class makes them want to jump out the window.
  • ENTJ: The teacher spends all the class time working with them, so they're the only one who really learns anything. When they finish their work, they contribute to ESFJ and ESFP's movie discussion.
  • ENTP: Showing the maths teacher bad maths memes. Yes, that's a thing.
  • INFJ: Has been on Pinterest for most of the class because they finished the task and, between meme-showing ENTP and teacher-hogging ENTJ, they haven't had a chance to let the teacher know.
  • INFP: Still crying because they got a worse score than ISFJ on a test two weeks ago. Drew a really nice picture of a tree in their workbook, though.
  • ENFJ: That one student who is constantly criticising the worded problems on the worksheet; "no, Betty doesn't need to measure the width of the tree, she just wants to!", "why is Joe even eating that much pork? that's so many dead pigs!"
  • ENFP: Moves to another class with their maths work because they couldn't deal with the antics of their classmates. Probably never finishes it.
  • ISTJ: Planning on making a petition to get a new maths teacher because the current one doesn't ever use the textbook.
  • ISFJ: Secretly thinks they would definitely sign ISTJ's petition, but would never admit it out loud because they think the teacher is kind. No one understands how they seem to often get top score on tests, because they don't seem to understand anything in class.
  • ESTJ: Checks over their answers about twenty times during a test.
  • ESFJ: Wishes maths was their thing because they secretly have a massive crush on INTP, and want to impress them. Unfortunately, maths is not really their best subject at all, so they spend most of the lesson talking about movies with ESFP.
  • ISTP: Dismantles and re-assembles their pen about three-hundred times out of boredom.
  • ISFP: Still sad when INTJ tells them for the fifth time that they're not very good at maths. Starts doing some early Christmas shopping online.
  • ESTP: Just really antsy about being told to write down how they actually worked out the answer to a problem.
  • ESFP: Deeply discussing movies with ESFJ. Probably cares a lot more about this conversation than ESFJ does.