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arttickles:

This is a must - British designer Joshua Renouf’s coffee-making alarm clock, known as the Barisieur, wakes you up with a freshly brewed mug every day. How cool is that?

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Filed under need or I could just get one of those cheap coffee makers with the clock in that lets you schedule and just keep it in my bedroom come to think of it why don't more people keep those in the bedroom? who wants to walk to the kitchen for coffee? Great strides in laziness

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lucymontero:

And the penny finally drops. All it took was some slightly-less-than-ethical behavior on the part of the lawyer and a couldn’t-be-more-cryptic-if-she-tried Se Ra.

Does this mean the show will stop making me cry now?

fbs01 answered: you’ll probably cry when if showed them getting remarried in ep 20.

I actually rarely happy cry. And I really don’t cry much during most dramas (I never cried during the Taiwanese version). I didn’t cry a drop during I Miss You- and every character on that show sobbed multiple times an episode.  

But for some reason during this show every time either of them were sad and hurt and talking out loud to the baby -I just start blabbering. Maybe not “Mi Young watching the secret video files” level crying, but enough that I was glad none of my sisters walked out and saw me because I didn’t have the strength to explain the plot to them at that time. [Part of this is that I  have a grandfather with advanced Parkinson’s who we have watched slowly transform into another person, and its very hard to see someone who looks like the man you know, but he’s really not there. It is especially hard on my grandmother, who he verbally, takes out his frustration on, but who refuses to leave him alone even for a day. So Gun’s fear about losing his mind, his decision to shield Mi Young from it, and the tapes he makes to try and remind himself about it hits very close to home]. Clearly the “I feel like dying but I am going to try to make my voice sound cheerful as I explain this really pathetic situation to someone who isn’t there because I don’t want them to feel bad” presses my sadness buttons. 

Which isn’t a bad thing. I’m clearly more invested in these two than I was during the original run. And I can happily watch dramas where the main couple is meh (See: My Secret Hotel, where I’m there for the murder mystery, Clue-in-Seoul aspect of the show, and don’t approve of either male option for the female lead, yet still manage to want to know what happens next)

Also, my God was I not expecting the development/background they gave the step-son and his mother. That was such a pleasant surprise that she wasn’t just  left as the stock jealous grasping other woman. And the circumstances were heartbreaking. And I loved how Mi Young handled her poor bewildered brother-in-law.  But then, I loved how Mi Young has handled pretty much everything since her return.

There were other parts I liked (Gun selecting Chairwoman as the person most qualified to take over while he’s on vacation), but mostly after these episodes I was relieved because I wasn’t going to be tearing up every 5 minutes. I hope. 

Filed under Fated to Love You I still haven't watched the second episode of Ok Thats Love because I'm super nervous Normally I watch that after Fate to Love You to cheer me up But I think the Kang Woo bomb might hit Hae Soo today and I don't want their happy bubble to burst I liked them being happy I cry enough watching Fated to Love You During the original run I wasn't crying I was cackling because he'd been such a bastard T-Gun just kept pursuing her and I was like - Leave her alone dude- take a friggin hint

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destispell:

men: rape jokes hahaha! beating women haha! lol make me a sandwich whore! put on makeup fugly! hahaha!

women: those aren’t funny.

men: lighten up, it’s a joke wow must be on her period women are so emotional lol

women: i drink the tears of men, haha!

men: hOW DARE YOU. HOW DARE YOU PROMOTE THE SUFFERING OF US MEN? DO YOU KNOW WHAT WE HAVE DONE FOR YOU? YOU WOULD BE NOTHING WITHOUT US. THATS NOT FUNNY AT ALL

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