1. favourite character meme: four relationships
    ↳ john young & astrid finch
    Reblogged from: amayonce
  2. inbetweenfictionandreality:

    "I waited too long to read the sequel, and now I can’t even remember the characters."

                                                                                                A novel by me

    Reblogged from: ale-la-pazza1
  3. everythingelsegoesherethen:

    boostiels:

    noctstiel:

    kanyeghostniall:

    "i can see your bra" good. its cute and i paid $50 for it.

    woah! are bras really that expensive??

    oh hun

    image

    Reblogged from: persipanprinzessin
  4. Guy Stuff.

    persipanprinzessin:

    persipanprinzessin:

    vanhomme:

    So, I went on a date last Friday. And it actually went well. (In my life, that means he didn’t immediately try to grope me.)

    We’re probably meeting up again next Thursday and it’s all well, I suppose, except I’m not… feeling it? Like, there’s no…

    Hm, if you want to go, go. Just if he tries to kiss you or something be honest: say that you went again because you like him and you didn’t feel butterflies the first time but wanted to give it anotther go, but it’s not working etc. something like that?

    Okay, that sounds like a reasonable plan. I feel much better about this, thanks *hug*

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  5. persipanprinzessin:

    vanhomme:

    So, I went on a date last Friday. And it actually went well. (In my life, that means he didn’t immediately try to grope me.)

    We’re probably meeting up again next Thursday and it’s all well, I suppose, except I’m not… feeling it? Like, there’s no butterflies in my stomach and I don’t get all giddy. But I feel kind of obligated to see him again because he’s not a total creep.

    What to do, what to do…

    First of: no matter how the first date went (yay, well, neutral, unwell, nope), you are not obliged to do anything. If you don’t feel like a second date, don’t go for one. That said, sometimes people only start ‘feeling’ each other after spending more time in each other’s company. But yeah, do what feels right to you.. You don’t owe him anything just because he wasn’t a creep.

    He’s now making suggestions for the second date and they all contain the word “romantic”. Would I be mean if I went even though I kind of feel like it won’t go anywhere?

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  6. kedreeva:

    • Never go alone- bring a partner. Travel in pairs
    • Before entering, ensure that someone not entering knows you are going in, and when you expect to be out
    • Before entering, determine the cause of your mission- your mission objective. Bookcase? Couch? Oven? Meatballs? Figure it out
    • Upon entering, locate The Path
    • Do not disengage from The Path until you have reached your mission destination. Many have been lost forever to the wilds of IKEA by not obeying this. Very few are ever located again by the sparse store employees.
    • Upon reaching your mission destination, you may disengage from The Path ONLY when accompanied by your partner (physical contact should be maintained- ie, holding hands, holding shirt sleeve, both holding an end of a rope, etc)
    • When you disengage from The Path to acquire the data for your mission objective (ie, the item number for the bookcase, couch, meatballs, etc), it becomes your partner’s responsibility to maintain visual contact with The Path. Much like weeping angel statues, The Path will move if not actively being watched. This will strand you and your partner in the wilds of IKEA, so ensure you choose a partner wisely.
    • Upon acquiring the mission objective data (ie the item number), navigate back to The Path. You may disengage physical contact with your partner once you have safely returned to The Path
    • Do not leave The Path again. It will naturally end at the warehouse/stock section. This is a long, huge hall with many branches.
    • At the entrance of the warehouse section, acquire a cart if necessary. Using your item coordinates, locate your mission objective. Do not leave the main hallway except for the branch where your item is located. Like The Path, the wilds of IKEA sometimes sneak up on travelers that wander the warehouse section
    • Once your item has been loaded, head to the check out section. Do not touch anything in the boxes along the way. They appear to be full of candles or stuffed animals or useful kitchenware; it is a ruse. They are carnivorous.
    • After checking out, exit to the loading area. Load your item, and leave.
    • Do not look in your rearview mirror as you leave. It shouldn’t pursue you if you don’t look back.
    Reblogged from: fissijo
  7. So, I went on a date last Friday. And it actually went well. (In my life, that means he didn’t immediately try to grope me.)

    We’re probably meeting up again next Thursday and it’s all well, I suppose, except I’m not… feeling it? Like, there’s no butterflies in my stomach and I don’t get all giddy. But I feel kind of obligated to see him again because he’s not a total creep.

    What to do, what to do…

  8. persipanprinzessin:

My first half marathon: a recap! Hella Hamburg Halbmarathon, June 29th 2014
It was a great weekend! Rachael had promised me to join me for my first big run, so I went to Hamburg and after dropping off my bags at trambahngast's place, I went to meet with Rae at the race offices to collect our numbers and t shirts and all the registration files for the race on Sunday.
Afterwards I took her on a tour of Hamburg: we went to the harnour for a boat trip, stumbling over the stray maniacs from the SchlagerMove party which we avoided by a big margin (crazy drunk people in neon outfits and wigs lol), afterwards walked along the harbour and the new Hafencity to my favourite coffee joint next to the ElbPhilharmonie for a late lunch. Then we moved downtown and after another small stroll through the city center and a smootie and hot chocolate at a coffee store there went to meet trambahngast and her girlfriend for PASTAAAAA at a cute Italian place which has great food but was totally empty because it was one of the few places NOT showing the world cup match hahaha.
Rae returned to her hotel from there and I accompanied the girls to my sleeping bag on the floor of trambahngast's guest room, but sadly had a short night because their neighbours kept blasting rave music until almost 1am! Argh!
At 6am I was already up again, eating my oatmeal and banana breakfast and having a cup of tea with trambahngast who was nice enough to join me and see me off, wishing me luck. Thanks so much, girl, you’re epic *hugs lots*
A short metro ride later and my parents arrived with the car to pick Rae and me up at her hotel, to leave both our luggage in the car. We then went to Reeperbahn in Hamburg’s red light slash party district St. Pauli where the start line had been set up: so many people were there, gathering despite the overcast sky and the ‘liquid sunshine’ drizzling into our faces.
The skaters got ready for their start at 9:30am, and we handed in our bags to be taken to the finish line, went for a last toilet break and waved goodbye to my parents as we headed for our part of the starting grid, lining up together with the others heading for a 2:30 to 3:00 arrival time.
The shot came and off we went, getting cheered on by everyone! It was a great atmosphere. The first part of the race was a 5km lap returning to the start line, but even before we reached that part, we already got lapped by the lead runners. It was a crazy goosebump feeling running in the pack and suddenly hearing the people behind you start to cheer and clap as the lead runners barreled past - they already hit 8km as we were just past the 3km mark!
At 6km Rae and me slowed down for our first of three planned walking breaks, taking a 2 to 3 min break to gather strength for the next bit. After that double St. Pauli lap the track sent us past the harbour towards the trainstation. It started shifting into our faces again there, but we barrelled on until we hit a small tunnel next to the train station at 12km and went for our second walking break, eating a couple gummi bears to fuel our bodies (worked very well).
Afterwards the track went around the Alster for most of the second half of the run until we neared the finishing line. At this point my body was really starting  to hurt, but we managed to keep our pace up, even overtaking some people. Rae suddenly said ‘hey, if we can handle the last 4km in less than 35min, we will reach it before the 2:30h mark!’ What a motivation!
But the last 2km really really hurt. I had to go for a short walking break again less than a mile to the finish, but eeevrything hurt. Rae was a superb coach though, cheering me on, and I don’t think I could have done it without her.
In the end, we crossed the finish line as the clock their read 2:28h, our actual time later coming out as a solid 2:23h. What a head trip! My parents were waiting at the finish line, cheering us on and hugging us as we arrived. 
After collecting our medals and returning our timing chips (Rae untied mine from my shoe because I couldn’t bend down anymore haha), a couple cups water and a quick shower, we met my parents and had sweeeeet Indian celebratory food at a shop across the street, then headed for the airport to drop Rae off to catch her flight back to London.
Our plans  for next year are already getting sorted: Nordschleife (24.4km) beware!
what we’re fighting for #love #respect #confidence #power #health #ANDALLTHETROPHIES #run #runners #running #fitblr #fitspo #fitspiration #hamburg #halfmarathon #medals

Wow.
No really, wow. Thanks for the detailed review because I am beyond excited for you and I’m sad I wasn’t there to cheer you on.
I’m so happy for you! And I’m relieved that your foot left you alone on this one and you did not just finish, but you did it at an amazing time. I am in awe of you, hon. I always am :)

    persipanprinzessin:

    My first half marathon: a recap! Hella Hamburg Halbmarathon, June 29th 2014

    It was a great weekend! Rachael had promised me to join me for my first big run, so I went to Hamburg and after dropping off my bags at trambahngast's place, I went to meet with Rae at the race offices to collect our numbers and t shirts and all the registration files for the race on Sunday.

    Afterwards I took her on a tour of Hamburg: we went to the harnour for a boat trip, stumbling over the stray maniacs from the SchlagerMove party which we avoided by a big margin (crazy drunk people in neon outfits and wigs lol), afterwards walked along the harbour and the new Hafencity to my favourite coffee joint next to the ElbPhilharmonie for a late lunch. Then we moved downtown and after another small stroll through the city center and a smootie and hot chocolate at a coffee store there went to meet trambahngast and her girlfriend for PASTAAAAA at a cute Italian place which has great food but was totally empty because it was one of the few places NOT showing the world cup match hahaha.

    Rae returned to her hotel from there and I accompanied the girls to my sleeping bag on the floor of trambahngast's guest room, but sadly had a short night because their neighbours kept blasting rave music until almost 1am! Argh!

    At 6am I was already up again, eating my oatmeal and banana breakfast and having a cup of tea with trambahngast who was nice enough to join me and see me off, wishing me luck. Thanks so much, girl, you’re epic *hugs lots*

    A short metro ride later and my parents arrived with the car to pick Rae and me up at her hotel, to leave both our luggage in the car. We then went to Reeperbahn in Hamburg’s red light slash party district St. Pauli where the start line had been set up: so many people were there, gathering despite the overcast sky and the ‘liquid sunshine’ drizzling into our faces.

    The skaters got ready for their start at 9:30am, and we handed in our bags to be taken to the finish line, went for a last toilet break and waved goodbye to my parents as we headed for our part of the starting grid, lining up together with the others heading for a 2:30 to 3:00 arrival time.

    The shot came and off we went, getting cheered on by everyone! It was a great atmosphere. The first part of the race was a 5km lap returning to the start line, but even before we reached that part, we already got lapped by the lead runners. It was a crazy goosebump feeling running in the pack and suddenly hearing the people behind you start to cheer and clap as the lead runners barreled past - they already hit 8km as we were just past the 3km mark!

    At 6km Rae and me slowed down for our first of three planned walking breaks, taking a 2 to 3 min break to gather strength for the next bit. After that double St. Pauli lap the track sent us past the harbour towards the trainstation. It started shifting into our faces again there, but we barrelled on until we hit a small tunnel next to the train station at 12km and went for our second walking break, eating a couple gummi bears to fuel our bodies (worked very well).

    Afterwards the track went around the Alster for most of the second half of the run until we neared the finishing line. At this point my body was really starting  to hurt, but we managed to keep our pace up, even overtaking some people. Rae suddenly said ‘hey, if we can handle the last 4km in less than 35min, we will reach it before the 2:30h mark!’ What a motivation!

    But the last 2km really really hurt. I had to go for a short walking break again less than a mile to the finish, but eeevrything hurt. Rae was a superb coach though, cheering me on, and I don’t think I could have done it without her.

    In the end, we crossed the finish line as the clock their read 2:28h, our actual time later coming out as a solid 2:23h. What a head trip! My parents were waiting at the finish line, cheering us on and hugging us as we arrived. 

    After collecting our medals and returning our timing chips (Rae untied mine from my shoe because I couldn’t bend down anymore haha), a couple cups water and a quick shower, we met my parents and had sweeeeet Indian celebratory food at a shop across the street, then headed for the airport to drop Rae off to catch her flight back to London.

    Our plans  for next year are already getting sorted: Nordschleife (24.4km) beware!

    what we’re fighting for #love #respect #confidence #power #health #ANDALLTHETROPHIES #run #runners #running #fitblr #fitspo #fitspiration #hamburg #halfmarathon #medals

    Wow.

    No really, wow. Thanks for the detailed review because I am beyond excited for you and I’m sad I wasn’t there to cheer you on.

    I’m so happy for you! And I’m relieved that your foot left you alone on this one and you did not just finish, but you did it at an amazing time. I am in awe of you, hon. I always am :)

    Reblogged from: persipanprinzessin
  9. moornin:

    we should all strive to be as body positive as moominpappa

    Reblogged from: persipanprinzessin
  10. shinjipuff:

    the biggest thing I have a problem with about social justice bloggers is

    we’re not all from the US

    we don’t all experience things the same way as you do

    and we don’t have the same culture as you do

    some places don’t have anything like white privilege but there’s still racism

    some places have racism as in whites against whites or blacks against blacks for cultural differences

    can you stop assuming everything is like in the US

    Reblogged from: persipanprinzessin
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