Monday, September 1, 2014
sueanoi:

betweenthetights:

sueanoi:

shelderon:

wonderhawk:

ultrafacts:

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So that’s why they always do that in the animes

If you knew you’d have to clean it up at the end of the day, would you scribble on the walls? I wouldn’t.

we do this too in our country. it was when i made most of my childhood best friends. since you’re not allowed to talk during class, this cleaning time is gold opportunity to talk and have fun. (as long as the room is clean in the end, you can do whatever you want)

i approve of this

Yup! I didn’t really like it at first, because, as a child, I just wanted to go home. But looking back, it was great for many reasons. Like, no one will purposefully make the room dirty. (Unless they are jerks) And you get to make friends and talk and have fun all you want without the no-talking-in-class rule. You also get to learn how to work together and form teams and leaders. Usually we divided the class in days team, like, team Monday will clean on Monday. The rest go home (or help/annoy Team Monday. Whichever) . May be most important thing you learn is you learn how to clean your own house at a young age and have fun at it.
When I say “as long as the room is clean in the end, you can do whatever you want” I include using your socks as mobs and pretend you’re ice skating in your classroom. Ahh, that method worked so well it’s so fast and fun and the floor were so clean. But the downside is you gets scolded at home for those dirty socks on your feet…or scraped wounds on your knees…

how the fuck did you even get to the point of learning to  have fun
I always ended up being almost the only one who do anything at all.It was okay during grade school. almost fun, okay.
middle school was a total shit hole.

sueanoi:

betweenthetights:

sueanoi:

shelderon:

wonderhawk:

ultrafacts:

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So that’s why they always do that in the animes

If you knew you’d have to clean it up at the end of the day, would you scribble on the walls? I wouldn’t.

we do this too in our country. it was when i made most of my childhood best friends. since you’re not allowed to talk during class, this cleaning time is gold opportunity to talk and have fun. (as long as the room is clean in the end, you can do whatever you want)

i approve of this

Yup! I didn’t really like it at first, because, as a child, I just wanted to go home. But looking back, it was great for many reasons. Like, no one will purposefully make the room dirty. (Unless they are jerks) And you get to make friends and talk and have fun all you want without the no-talking-in-class rule. You also get to learn how to work together and form teams and leaders. Usually we divided the class in days team, like, team Monday will clean on Monday. The rest go home (or help/annoy Team Monday. Whichever) . May be most important thing you learn is you learn how to clean your own house at a young age and have fun at it.

When I say “as long as the room is clean in the end, you can do whatever you want” I include using your socks as mobs and pretend you’re ice skating in your classroom. Ahh, that method worked so well it’s so fast and fun and the floor were so clean. But the downside is you gets scolded at home for those dirty socks on your feet…or scraped wounds on your knees…

how the fuck did you even get to the point of learning to  have fun

I always ended up being almost the only one who do anything at all.
It was okay during grade school. almost fun, okay.


middle school was a total shit hole.

wakaart:

not sure what i’m trying to do here…

wakaart:

and then instead of doing something I’m supposed to…
redoing another interpretation of King Tabinshwehti 

wakaart:

and then instead of doing something I’m supposed to…

redoing another interpretation of King Tabinshwehti 

Saturday, August 30, 2014

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Friday, August 29, 2014

aversiteespabilas:

I’ve been thinking about this since I first watched HTTYD 2, and I think I should make a decent analysis for the first time. I hope you enjoy reading it ;)

I’m sure you have noticed that the bond between Valka and Cloudjumper is not the same as Hiccup and Toothless’s, or the people at Berk with their dragons. Their bond is much stronger, by far.
In the movie, we see Valka standing without problems on Cloudjumper’s back while he’s flying. Everytime the dragon spins or turns, she walks around his neck until they balance again. Simply mind-blowing.
Valka knows what her partner is going to do before he does it!
A question shows up: Do we ever see her talking with Cloudjumper? Not really. She doesn’t say “Good boy, Cloudjumper!” or “Go get’em, Cloudjumper!”. She doesn’t even tell him to turn or to stop as they fly. Dragons don’t give orders to each other. Just as well as Valka knows what he’s capable of, Cloudjumper knows what Valka wants him to do, without commands, or reins. She doesn’t need a saddle because she’s not going to fall, she’s not afraid of falling either. Cloudjumper and Valka are ONE when they fly, it’s like if she was part of him. She knows each one of his movements, and he knows what she’s thinking. Their bond is so deep that they communicate without words.
Hiccup and Toothless’s friendship is still developing. After all, 20 years together are not the same as 5. Hiccup needs to hold onto Toothless and pulls when he wants to tell his dragon to turn or spin (also there’s the prosthetic tail-foot problem). Valka doesn’t need all that, because she knows that Cloudjumper will carry her safely where she needs, without forcing anything. Just like Cate Blanchet said, it’s THRILLING to watch her riding Cloudjumper.
Their flight is so smooth, so elegant. If what they have is not communication, then I don’t know what it is.
(As a little interesting note, we never see any images of Cloudjumper being controlled by the evil Alpha)

Indeed, Valka must know how it feels to be a dragon.
Hiccup has many things to learn from his mother.
I hope he pays attention.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

majiinboo:

  • Do not forget Michael Brown
  • Do not forget how the media dehumanized him and tried to justify his murder
  • Do not forget how peaceful protests were painted as savage riots
  • Do not forget police armed with military grade weapons terrorized and arrested black civilians
  • Do not forget Darren Wilson being awarded over $200,000 in fundraiser donations for murdering an unarmed black child
  • Do not forget that this system was not built to defend us, but to control us
  • Do not forget Ferguson 
Wednesday, August 27, 2014

confession

I don’t love Eva Q as much as I thought I would.

but  it’s still such a spectacles I gotta admit.  Everything is so pretty.

being an animator is cursing the rigger every 5 minutes

sueanoi:

(Translation : have those two raise her. , ((implying the two cats at the hospital ) ))
Problem 1 : they are male… No milk. TT_TT Problem 2 : although Nokkao loves kittens, Kwak hates them.
I need to find a lactating mother and try to make her surrogate mother. Not sure how long will that take. Not sure if she will survive long enough for me to do that.

you know I was kidding about that one.Tho that is pretty serious. I wonder if making a post on fb will help?

sueanoi:

(Translation : have those two raise her. , ((implying the two cats at the hospital ) ))

Problem 1 : they are male… No milk. TT_TT
Problem 2 : although Nokkao loves kittens, Kwak hates them.

I need to find a lactating mother and try to make her surrogate mother. Not sure how long will that take. Not sure if she will survive long enough for me to do that.

you know I was kidding about that one.

Tho that is pretty serious. I wonder if making a post on fb will help?

Different types of fans when something is released:

  • Artists: DRAW, PAINT, EDIT AND SKETCH IT ALL
  • Musicians: LEARN THRE ENTIRE SOUNDTRACK ON EVERY INSTRUMENT POSSIBLE
  • Writers: WRITE ALL THE FANFICTION
  • Audio Visuals: EDIT ALL THE CLIPS
  • Shippers: SHIP EVERYTHING
  • Smart people: QUESTION THE PHYSICS AND LOGIC BEHIND EVERYTHING
  • bloggers: BLOG. IT. ALL.