Spirited Away - Chihiro and the River Spirit
how much do you want to bet that courfeyrac made a terrible pun and will be laughing at it (alone) for the next seven weeks?
don’t take that bet that’s a terrible bet they all love puns
and it was great
why do i always assume everyone looks like their icon
im not kidding
if your icon was a goat
i would think that you are a goat
The frog at 18 seconds sounds horrified of the cat.
WHAT THE FUCK ARE GOATS
GOATS AREN’T REAL
The dog at 39 seconds sounds like a human screaming so hypothetically you could murder a guy and blame the screams on your dog when the neighbours ask.
- Vampires who support blood banks and organize special medical programs for vampires to legally obtain blood
- Werewolves who join the police K-9 force due to their heightened canine senses that aid them in investigations
- Ghosts becoming therapists and motivational speakers for the recently deceased to help them adjust to the afterlife
- Zombies becoming assistants to morticians to ensure the dead are handled fairly and that they look their best for their new afterlife
- Mummies working with historians and architects to restore and preserve ancient Egyptian monuments and relics
- Frankenstein monsters joining the medical field to help research human medicine
- Swamp creatures reintroducing and tracking endangered aquatic and marsh wildlife
And Achilles is trying to be strong for Patroclus and he’s smiling and saying everything will be okay. And Patroclus smiles up at him and says that he knows it will be. Isn’t it such a lovely day, the colors are so bright and there’s a nice light rain and it’s so perfect today, so everything will definitely be okay! And Achilles is crying and Patroclus reaches up to brush away his tears, why are you crying Achilles? Today is not the kind of day for crying, this is a day for happiness and laughter. And Achilles kisses him and tells him how special he is and it is a lovely day isn’t it? And Patroclus smiles up at him and tells him it’ll be okay, he loves him and they’ll be in each others arms again soon right? Just not too soon, okay Achilles? Don’t be reckless.
And then he’s gone.
And Achilles throws himself into the fighting even more and he manages to kill the Trojan’s commander, Hector, and as he stands atop the barricade, banner in hand, looking like an avenging angel, he is struck down and falls with a smile, because it is a lovely day isn’t it?
Patroclus’ smiling face appears before and they take each other’s hands again.
White Chrysanthemum (Combeferre’s right): truth, loyalty
Violet (Top): faithfulness, modesty
Chamomile (Combeferre’s left): patience; energy in action
Edelweiss (In his hands): Courage, devotion, noble purity
(this took forever. i have Courfeyrac planned out too but i don’t know if i can draw flowers for a while @_@)
me graduating high school:
Grantaire would be the dork who tumbles onto the couch gracelessly while shouting “PARKOUR”
Dumb Sharks: A collection
idk i like the idea that people don’t ever really see enjolras as being into pop culture at all and then grantaire makes some kind of joke about harry potter and enjolras just absent-mindedly shoots back a reference at him and grantaire just stops
because for as long as he’s known enjolras, he’s never heard him make any kind of pop culture reference ever
and he just blushes because he’s suddenly seeing enjolras in a whole new light like he isn’t just this revolutionary. he’s so much more than that, and grantaire wasn’t seeing him in that way. he was only seeing this god-like revolutionary and then all of a sudden it hits him that enjolras is a living, breathing person. he’s a student, he likes harry potter, his favorite color is red. and he realizes that there’s all this information that he wants to learn about enjolras that he doesn’t know. what kind of music does he listen to? his opinion on musicals? what does he think about poetry? what’s his favorite animal? his most embarrassing story from middle school? his favorite childhood memory?
and grantaire just realizes that he’s fucked because before he’d never really seen enjolras as human
and once he had, he’d knew that this wasn’t just some kind of idolization anymore and he was well and truly fucked
I loved that Grantaire was on his knees? and I kinda wanted to see his face, so I drew this out.
Idk, I always feel like there’s like this huge painful knot in R’s chest and he drinks away the pain, but when his wine is taken away, it all comes back up to the surface.
pretty tired of people equating a lot of the names Black Americans give their kids, with being ghetto or ratchet. And really, it all seems to be targeted at Black girls and women. All of those names have roots spanning across various parts of Africa, Asia, and the Arab nations.
Since I obviously have to school the Original Poster, and the 90+ people who liked and reblogged this before me (including the person I’m reblogging this from); get out ya pens n notepads, kids..class is in session:
Laquisha is merely one of a handful of derivatives of the name LAKEISHA.
La - being just a prefix
Keisha - being the root name (and spelling) of Queisha. Ergo the name La-Queisha/Quisha
It’s a peculiar name overall, in that it bears multiple origins; African (Bangi/Bobangi and Swahili), Arabic, and Hebrew.
• In Bangi, Queisha means - ‘favourite’
• In Swahili, Lakeisha means - ‘favourite one’
• In Hebrew, Queisha is most likely the variant of KEZIA, meaning - ‘cassia tree’ CASSIA is the generic name for a variety of trees and shrubs, one of which produces cinnamon. So Queisha is often interpreted as meaning ‘cinnamon’, too.
Further still, it being Hebrew, affords it some Biblical roots. Kezia/Keziah was the name given to Job’s second daughter, who was born after his sufferings (Job 42:14). Interestingly, her name has been seen to symbolise female equality; since Job’s three daughters shared equally with their brothers, in their father’s inheritance (Job 42:15). This was against the custom of things back then. Women did not receive an inheritance, nor could widows claim their deceased husband’s assets. In short, Keziah and her two sisters represented freedom and equality for women, in a time when such a thing was unheard of.
• And in Arabic, Lakeisha means - ‘alive’ or ‘she who lives’
so before you dummies look down on us for our names, keep in mind that their roots date back further than where majority of your great-great-great grandparents can trace their lineage.
We are not jokes. We are not cognitively deficient. And we are certainly not here to appease your ridiculous standards and expectations for what a child’s name ‘should’ be. We are not ghetto, and our names are not rachet. Our names have meaning, and they have soul.
Perhaps next time you feel to make a joke at the expense of our culture, just keep in mind that you’re a lowkey racist for playing on racial stereotypes..and we ain’t really smiling bout’ that.
Looks like someone left their crack pipe in the hotel… Drugs are bad, mmkay?