Imagine your OTP.
Now imagine them asking each other out with paper football notes during math class, missing on the return and having to read it aloud in front of the class before getting detention.
Imagine them going to their senior prom together, outfits matching each other, clashing beautifully with the scenery so they stand out. They dance to all the songs they know, sneak off to the parking lot during the ones they don’t know to make out and murmur softly to each other.
Imagine them losing their virginity on a chilly winter night, surprise slumber party when a parent isn’t home, piled up under six blankets to keep out the chill and to muffle the sounds they make as they learn each other’s bodies.
Imagine one waiting for the other at the end of the aisle, face alight, eyes saying everything: This is who I’ve waited for my whole life. This is who I needed. This is everything I want. This is who I’ll spend forever with.
They’re older now, sixty years have come and gone, marking the achievements of their life together on the mantle and walls. Photographs depicting happy times, fond memories, days nobody would believe unless they told the story. A record of their love for all to see, keeping one company as the other slipped away.
Imagine a bright place, sunny, warm. Peaceful. Your OTP has reunited, back to the days of their youth, hands interlacing slowly as they lean together for a single kiss.
Your OTP is now forever.
It always makes me so happy/sad to see this going around again. Happy because I love it so much. Sad because it makes me cry. ;7;
concepts to consider for the xbox one:
- a button on the controller that screams whenever you press it. multiple uses in different games.
- a small man who stands in the corner of the screen at all times doing sign language of everything that is said AND some stuff that is not said. this is not optional or removable.
- mandatory “exercise periods” during which the console will shut down for up to 5 hours except from to tell you which physical activities you should be doing
- the console has arms and legs along with an artificial intelligence and can decide to get up and leave whenever it wants
India | A beautiful smile from Jodhpur, Rajasthan | Photographer unknown (via Pinterest)
a commercial for dominos was just on and i guess i was lovingly staring at the tv because my mom says to my dad “i wish you still looked at me like haley’s looking at that pizza”
why does leonardo dicaprio always end up dead in the water with no girlfriend
Prince Gumball’s path to the throne was brutal. Fionna wasn’t around during the Sugar Wars; Gumball distracts her by acting super bland and wearing disco pants.
Marshall Lee knows the truth, but as Chaotic Neutral, he just can’t bring himself to give a @#!*% .
ETA: Nhyworks just gave me the amazing pun ‘Game of Scones.’ Brb dying ok.
MeenahKarkat - Conquer
I just imagined Hussie leaning in real close to say that
That’s all I can see
requested rebloggable version! >wo b
Here are some awesome and empowering quotes from several very strong female celebrities.
And Kristen Stewart.
No, you know what? @#!*% you.
Let me tell you about Kristen Stewart.
Let’s talk about how she’s the centerpiece of one of the most inexplicably popular misogynistic pieces of film @#!*% and somehow gets blamed for it sucking, despite the fact that, hey, the books were actually worse. For those who were lucky enough to escape reading the actual books, her apparent lack of emotion is 100% accurate to Bella’s character, because Bella is in fact not a character but a blank white wall for fourteen-year-old girls to project themselves onto. Robert Pattinson is not the only one in the cast who hates Twilight, thank you.
Let’s talk about how she got crucified in the media for having an affair with a married man, when that man was her director. And let’s remember that she was called all manner of things for “ruining her relationship with RPattz” when she wasn’t even engaged to the dude, let alone married with kids. But oh no, she gets called a @#!*% because she’s Kristen Stewart, she gets her career @#!*% because she’s Kristen Stewart, and the dude gets off scott free.
Let’s talk about how she is incredibly shy and anxious (rather, incidentally, like Chris Evans) but does film anyway, because she’s just that awesome.
Fuck your noise. She’s not the best actor in the world but she sure as @#!*% doesn’t deserve that kind of @#!*% .
I believe when Chris Hemsworth worked with her he said something about her having a beautiful smile and no one ever taking advantage of it. Really, no one ever takes advantage of what she can do, and just tosses all of her emotion to the side.
Morphological Typology (illustrations from SpecGram)
Descriptions adapted from The Lingua File:Analytic languages: also known as isolating languages because they’re composed of isolated, or free, morphemes. Free morphemes can be words on their own, such as cat or happy. Languages that are purely analytic in structure don’t use any prefixes or suffixes, ever. However, it’s rare to find a language that is purely analytic or synthetic since most languages have characteristics of both. Morphological typology is like a spectrum in which languages fit in somewhere from analytic to polysynthetic (a subtype of synthetic languages we’ll get to in a moment).Types of synthetic language (i.e. languages that have prefixes/suffixes):Fusional Languages: Similar to agglutinating languages, except that the morpheme boundaries are much more difficult to discern. Affixes are often fused with the stems, and can have multiple meanings. A prime example of a fusional language is Spanish, especially when it comes to verbs. In the wordhablo ”I speak”, the -o morpheme tells us that we’re dealing with a subject that is singular, first person, and in the present tense. It’s difficult to find a morpheme that means “speak”, however, since habl- is not a morpheme. Fusional languages can be tricky!Polysynthetic Languages: These languages are undoubtedly some of the most difficult to learn. They often have verbs that can express the entirety of a typical sentence in English, which they do by incorporating nouns into verbs forms. For example, the Sora language of India has one word that means “I will catch a tiger”. Many Native American languages are polysynthetic.
This FASCINATES me.