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thebattricycle  asked:

I can't wait to see the finished Rick & Morty piece you're working on as I am completely in love with your art style! Also, is there a Miami Rick to go with your Miami Morty somewhere? x

Thanks, mate! Here you go

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tagged by @pjmjjk @bangtanbanchan @hyukbln (you were h-sh when i was tagged) @cyyphr @hobjoon @jinsblankie  @rapnamu @yoonseok and @hobeui (ok all of these were in a span of over 2 months..)

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sinners like us (saeran x reader, part III)

rating:  13+ (707 route + secret end 02 + tiny itty bitty bit of v route spoilers)

notes: argh. finally updating this one after a while too.

 so, uh, v route guys, LOL. i finished it a few days ago and what a trip that was. and what a blessing ray is. and a curse. how to write saeran now? well, in the case of this fic, it follows the secret ends so it’ll have to follow that line of his character (or i try to at least ahaha). but traces of ray will appear! like in this chapter! the garden thing was already planned so i was pleased to find ray likes flowers! works out for me here! /shot

anyway, this chapter was hard to write for other reasons. i’m still not completely satisfied with it, but alas. i still hope that you guys enjoy. 

chapter one | chapter two | chapter three

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OTP Prompt 39

Person C read Person A’s diary/journal/personal writings.

For a belligerent person B:
• Person B knows about it and has to come up with a lame excuse as to why they were fighting with C when A came home.

For if B and C are brotp:
• Person B has to quickly re-hide A’s diary, so they don’t know. They do so successfully, but then C blurts out something they shouldn’t know about A during dinner.

For angsty/fluffy fic:
• Person A walks in on C reading it, takes it, and quickly goes upstairs, upset. Person B comes home, and C explains what happened. B rushes to A’s room and comforts them, unsure of how to fix (or even respond to) this violation of trust.

Why am I living at an era where people takes satire too seriously?

Like… w-why are you upset over South Park?

If your answer to that question is “It’s offensive”, I would like to cordially invite you to get the fuck out of here.

DUH. IT’S SATIRE!

It’s supposed to be that way!

Step into my childhood and teenage life. Check out all those adult cartoons in the late 90′s and early 2000 if you want, you can be offended all day errday.

No offense but full offense, you guys are dumb.

Current things to work on:

Starters/Plotting:
@rusanchimenzu, @malig-n, @hannah-the-small, @abyssmxl, @bloodxpurity, @wiiltedflcwer, @durnaar

Drafts: @white-reaper, @knightstrayed, @gxxdgiirl, @icarusburning, @athanatoi, @unknxwnhxcker, @immortalcoil, @sukkubxs, @yeruslan, @luciferborn, @grotesque-puppet, @apos-teriori, @demiroirs

question: how do you decide when to capitalize your words for emphasis, when you’re texting/commenting/messaging? 

and if you use this capitalization technique a lot, is there a reason why you sometimes empHASIS YOUR WORDS LIKE THIS (kinda like a slow crescendo where you start capitalizing in the middle of the word) or JUST LIKE THIS (capitalizing from the start) 

also, do you have a preference as to whether you italicize or CAPITALIZE your words for emphasis? maybe certain situations call for certain things?

please comment, i’d love to know:)

anonymous asked:

Hi, it's the anon that first sent the ask about the credits and how the explain my lack of connection. I agree with you completely, I feel like this album has been a giant business move where bighit is trying to milk the billboard win as much as possible. It's quite literal even in how they've incorporated the subject into the songs. So they probably rushed wanting to put out something so that they can ride that american zeitgeist high you know. I love bts, like truly (cont->)

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happy birthday to our sweet namjoon!
thank you for being our galaxy 

Donald Duck's Nephews' Names In Different Languages
  • English: Huey, Dewey, Louie
  • Dutch: Kwik, Kwek and Kwak
  • Italian: Qui, Quo and Qua
  • German: Tick, Trick and Track
  • French: Riri, Fifi and Loulou
  • Spanish (Spain): Juanito, Jorgito and Pedrito
  • Spanish (Latin America): Hugo, Paco and Luis
  • Finnish: Tupu, Hupu and Lupu
  • Israel: Huey, Dewey, Louie
  • Russian: Billie, Willie and Dillie
  • Norwegian: Ole, Dole and Doffen
  • Swedish: Knatte, Fnatte and Tjatte
  • Polish: Zyzio, Hyzio, Dyzio
  • Serbian: Vlaja, Raja and Graja
  • Portuguese: Huguinho, Zezinho and Luisinho
  • Korean: 휴이(Hui), 듀이(Dui) and 루이가(Luiga)