In the first four days of class my history teacher has so far made us read 3 chapters from our book and 2 essays, write 1 essay, do 1 small test, do 2 pop quizzes, as well as he’s grading us on how often we speak up in class (which is incredibly hard for shy people like me).
So far my grade’s about a C… Yup.
if anyone has a tough year ahead of them or behind them
this japanese fisherman will get you back on your feet, i can guarantee
Thank you mister japanese fisherman!
;v; Time to study for finals.
OK THEN. NEVER GIVE UP.
I WON’T GIVE UP, JAPANESE FISHERMAN!!!
THIS IS ACTUALLY SURPRISINGLY INSPIRATIONAL, EVERYONE NEEDS A JAPANESE FISHERMAN TO YELL AT THEM SOMETIMES OKAY
… Wow. This might be just what I needed…
Wow. Legit cried. Opening up the word doc and writing some more. Right now.
trees like these are the best to sit under and read books or draw or just relax and be alone
If you can’t bang to Dir en grey, then you just quit your banging.
This one time a while back I was trying to remember the Japanese word for “I’m home!” for no particular reason and the first word that came to mind was “jagaimo” which would have been really funny if I had had to actually say that I was home at that moment because jagaimo means potato. So I would have been yelling potato.
Tadaima means I’m home by the way.
English: Do you have internet connection?
French: Avez-vous une connexion Internet?
Spanish: ¿Tiene conexión a Internet?
Irish: An bhfuil tú nasc Idirlín?
Dutch: Heb je internet verbinding?
Danish: Har du internetforbindelse?
Italian: Non si dispone di connessione a internet?
Finnish: Onko sinulla internet-yhteys?
Swedish: Har du internet-anslutning?
Romanian: Nu aveți conexiune la internet?
Hungarian: Van internet kapcsolat?
Azerbaijani: Siz internet yoxdur?
Polish: Masz Internet?
Czech: Máš tady připojení k internetu?
German: Haben sie einen Internetanschluss?
Croatian: Imaš internet?
I think for Japanese it would be “Intānetto ga arimasu ka?”