fave adventure time couples <3 (human au ahahah)
if you want to ask a bisexual or asexual person about their sexual history to verify that they’re queer, but you don’t want them to take it the wrong way, try this useful communication technique:
give them twenty dollars and go away.
As a bi person, I can attest to the beneficiality of this method.
|Daisy:||How old were you when you had your first kiss?|
|Carnation:||If I handed you a concert ticket right now, who would you want to be the performer?|
|Jasmine:||What color looks best on you?|
|Foxglove:||Name three facts about your family.|
|Allium:||What's the best thing you can cook?|
|Orange Blossom:||If you could pick the gender and appearance of your child, would you?|
|Calla Lily:||If you died right now, what song would you want to play at your funeral?|
|Poinsettia:||Favorite holiday dish?|
|Oxlip:||Would you ever get into a long distance relationship?|
|Primrose:||Favorite kind of soup?|
|Daffodil:||What's the most thoughtful present you've ever received?|
|Rose:||Are you currently in love with someone?|
|Amsonia:||Would you ever become a vegan?|
|Peony:||What's your favorite hot beverage?|
|Tulip:||For your birthday, what kind of cake do you ask for?|
|Myrtle:||Do you like going on airplanes?|
|Hibiscus:||Did you ever play an instrument? If so what?|
|Zinnia:||Who was your best friend when you were six years old?|
|Poppy:||What color was your childhood home?|
|Violet:||Do you like where you're from?|
|Locust:||What was your favorite book as a child?|
|Rhododendron:||What's the scariest dream you've ever had?|
|Queen Anne's Lace:||Would you rather carve pumpkins or wrap presents?|
|Magnolia:||Favorite kind of candy?|
|Aster:||Would you rather be cold or hot?|
|Marigold:||Do you listen to what's on the radio?|
|Heliconia:||Do you like when it rains?|
|Azalea:||What's a movie you cried while watching?|
|Dandelion:||Do you think you're important?|
why is this so hard for people to understand
Captain Jack and Barbossa in a jaeger named the Black Pearl
man so i make cracks about how they make everyone over the age of about 30 lose their minds but for real i have lost count of the number of rants i have heard about them
they serve two primary purposes.
The first is a physical record, a nostalgia point, which is more for parents than the kids, honestly. It’s scrapbooking material, something to press into a photo album besides a bunch of blurry photos of your kid running excitedly in the wrong direction, something to get a little misty over when they’re 18 and moving out and you come across it in an old box.
Did you know Olympians gets participation medals? and i’m sure you’re sitting there going “wow are you seriously comparing an under 7s soccer team to the olympics”, yes I am! It’s smaller scale, but it’s the same reasoning. You did a thing, and even if you didn’t win, that means something.
The phrase I see a lot is that it’s “rewarding kids for showing up”, which is… weird to me. So, all cards on the table: I got participation ribbons as a kid. And I never, ever thought they were as good as getting a medal for winning! In fact, once I was a bit older they felt patronising, mocking -mostly due to the sneering way that adults would reference them. ”We’re teaching kid all they need to do is show up,” they said then, and they say now, “we’re robbing children of their ambition.”
Except they don’t call them attendance medals. I forget what they’re called sometimes -I forget words pretty often -and I come up with ‘attendance medals’, because that’s the predominant attitude surrounding them so it seems like the word I’m looking for.
But it’s not.
The second purpose they serve, the one they serve for the children who are receiving them, which is right in the name: it’s a smaller achievement marker for participating.
It’s encouraging them not to quit just because they’re not immediately good at something, just because there are other kids who are better. Perseverance is a more praiseworthy trait than natural talent.
They’re about giving kids credit for trying, and I have a hard time having a problem with that.
It’s just another version of “kids these days are terrible”, and I’ve about come to the end of my patience for it.
"I think that after Twilight and Snow White, that where huge films, I didn’t want to run to the next blockbuster. People who have known two huge successes think that it’s their thing now: Make successful blockbusters and surf on that wave. I came down from this huge wave and I told myself that I would shelter myself a little bit. That I would come back later. It was a good thing in the end. I needed time for myself. To come back to my own life. To stay home, surrounded by my own mess, to play the guitar and write." ― Kristen Stewart for Vanity Fair France
A buddy of mine from back in high school, Nikoli Manyo, just made an amazing post on working from home and making money online—for those of you who are stuck at home and would like to make a few extra bucks, this is definitely worth checking out.
…A lot of people have been asking me how I make pretty decent money online while spending very little time per day to do so.. well since I don’t want to keep telling individual people the same thing, here are my methods take it or leave it. If you have any questions about any of the sites, you can privately message me.
As a preface: none of these are scams (none of them ask you for money either), and I have been using all of them for months with payment. Also, all the links I post are referral links and usually help you(usually by an extra sign up bonus) and me for using them. If you don’t want to use the referral link you can use google to look up the site.
-InstaEDU: Tutoring website that pays 20/hour to tutor virtually any subject. You set your own schedule. If you have any experience in sciences, they are in EXTREMELY high demand. There is more than enough action if you want it. Although I have many times tutored someone for something as simple as proofreading an essay.
-SkimaTalk: Pays around 17-19$ per hour(starting off, after a few lessons you are allowed to set your own rates) to talk to someone who wants to practice their English. You set your own schedule. The people you talk to are almost always Japanese business men and women and are mostly pretty nice. Example: just today I talked to a mother of four from japan who is a chemist. Note: YOU DO NOT NEED TO KNOW ANOTHER LANGUAGE, Just enlgish!! The customers you talk to all know English, they just need someone to speak with and evaluate their pronunciation/ possibly teach them a few new words. Most conversations are basic like how the weather is and other basic speaking topics. Also, they just had a massive influx of new customers this week so getting booked for lessons shouldn’t be too difficult.
“Get Paid” : a huge site with hundreds of opportunities for making that dough. Surveys, games, videos, and other tasks. Very cool interface as well which makes things pretty user friendly. Also great referral program if you have any friends that are interested.
Perk tv: Pay can be around 150$/ month in gift cards per account. EXTREMELY passive income. It is basically an app(android or iphone/ipad) that runs tv advertisements. There are other ways to earn points but this is the best and most passive way. If you have an extra old phone laying around(or want to buy a cheap one), just run it on that. You do not need a network, all you need is WIFI(I take the sim cards out of my old iphone). Also you should do it on wifi so you don’t use phone data if you’re on a limited plan. The payout as I said is in gift cards, which you redeem from points you earn from watching the advertisements. I usually get walmart or target(since you can buy a giftcard for something else with that giftcard if you want…).
SurveySavvy(all surveys at least 1$.. most are 3 or 5$): I usually HATE survey sites. They usually either don’t pay(or pay like .10 cents per survey), the surveys are extremely long and not worth it, or the worst of all: you do a survey and get to the end of it and find out you don’t qualify! The good thing is that surveysavvy NEVER does this. They ALWAYS let you know if you don’t qualify for a survey within the first few minutes. None of the surveys are too long, and there are usually opportunities for big surveys each week. There are also opportunities for in home product tests which you get paid for as well.
Pinecone research: Another survey site. Pays quite well but difficult to get into. I believe they might be recruiting at the moment if you fit the demographic. Here’s the regular link as there is no referral link available.
Slicethepie: get paid to review songs. Very fun as the more songs you review, your rank increases and you get paid more for each review.
Spark Profit: One of my favorite “games”. You won’t make TONS of money on this (although I’ve made over 200$ on it just screwing around) but its fun regardless and pretty passive. The point of the game is to predict the currency markets. If you predict correctly and get over 20,000 points(which isn’t too difficult), you earn money. If you mispredict, you still keep your money already earned, so there is literally no real loss to you. There is a short tutorial once you sign up to teach you how to play. Although take note, the only market open to predict on during the weekend is Bitcoin, the other markets do not open until Sunday night and go until Friday.
Market Glory: Another cool “game” where you can make money. You start off at the bottom with literally no money, nothing, and fight/work your way to the top. For this game it is advisable to fight 10 times a day(The max you can), and work once per day. It can be a grind at first but once you save up some money(in game money), you can start a company and then really start getting dat doh. I would advise looking into strategy guides for further advice, but literally for the first couple weeks just fight and work. Eventually when you make enough in game money you can trade it in for real money. This is both rewarding and better time spent than playing candy crush imo lol.
Goldentown: A game in which you build up a town and mine gold. You can then exchange that gold for cash. There is also a very intricate community with trading, politics and other fun stuff going on which makes the game interesting. I personally like this one to play around with too. It takes a little bit to get started, but use the guide below the link and you should be running an awesome goldmining town in no time!
You can check out even more work from home suggestions in this earlier post made specifically for spoonies!
i would look into these sites before registering as some seem like they could be a little scammy, but this and the other post linked seem like a good starting point
*points to ur lap* is this seat taken
kids are out here like “i wish i was alive during beatlemania” and im like….. beyonce is right here, right now, what is wrong with you. get right with jesus