Mother cat walks through flames 5 times to save kittens from building fire in Brooklyn, NY.
”it’s fascinating how much of our sense of attractiveness and feminine identity is bound up in our hair” — Natalie Dormer for Glamour USA, June 2014
'romeo and juliet but with gnomes instead of people with music by elton john' isnt a movie that you'd think exists but it does
one time in music class this guy called a sharp a hashtag and our teacher sent him to the office
why do people have quiet respectful funerals when i die i want my ashes mixed with glitter and packed tightly into a coffin and then they blow up the coffin with explosives so glitter rains down on the guests while blasting “thanks for the memories” by fall out boy
jesus god almighty
Anonymous said: Why do we use 우리 instead of 제? Isn't 우리 more like our than my?
You’re correct — 우리 means “our”. But the Korean language uses “our” and “my” differently than English does, so you have to adopt a Korean mindset when using them.
For instance, in English, we say “my mom”, “my school”, “my country.” In Korean, we say, “우리 엄마”, “우리 학교”, “우리 나라.” It’s rooted in the belief that, as a people, these are things we all share. My mother is not just mine. She’s also my brother’s mother. She’s my dad’s wife. She’s my grandmother’s daughter. We all share her. She is ours.
Just like my school isn’t only for me — I share it with all the other students teachers. Same with my country. You use this mindset when thinking about your house, friends, family members, country, etc. Anything you share, or don’t singularly own.
Things you would use 제 for are things you have definitive ownership of. These are usually material things. 제 책. 제 연필. 제 가방. However, you also use 제 for intangible things that are unique only to you, such as your thoughts, or your words. 제 생각. 제 말.
Bee covered in pollen resting in the heart of a crocus flower.
Nature-loving photographer, Boris Godfroid, uses macro photography for close-up shots, posted to his website boris.godfroidbrothers.be
smack that ass from 8 feet away
Literally the only thing I use this for.