occupation: potion seller

l1f3g035on:

cr:xolovestephi

눈뜨자마 책상에 선물있어서 싼타할아버지인줄 ㅋㅋ 역시 #탱구 bestfriends make it feel like xmas anyday! #Believeinsanta #believeintaeny #THANKSBOO LOL

[TRANS] http://bit.ly/1wt334q there was a present on my desk when i opened my eyes, so i thought it was santa clause ㅋㅋ as expected #taengoo bestfriends make it feel like xmas anyday! #Believeinsanta #believeintaeny#THANKSBOO LOL (text on the picture: i bought it because i thought of you -kim taengoo-)

cr: ch0ssi

lilpetrabbit:

a few days ago bf told me that a couple years ago when he played counterstrike he would respond to dudes getting angry and aggressive and hostile by saying “a kissaroo from me to you” in a slightly goofy friendly voice sort of like the voice you’d associate with a dog muppet.  he said they would absolutely lose their shit every time, insisting things like “i dont want a kissaroo from you!  only tall blonde girls!”.  they always said kissaroo.  i cant stop thinking about this

blackmagicalgirlmisandry:

kiyulking:

poppypicklesticks:

iwannalaughallyourtearsaway:

It’s Okay It’s Love(2014)

This drama is tragically and beautifully written. We rarely see the deglamorized reality of Mental Illness and the stigmas that come with it. I would highly suggest this drama to everyone! You don’t even have to be a drama fan to appreciate this amazingly well written story.

In some east Asian countries, mental illness carries even more of a stigma then it does in the UK and the US, which makes this film so much more important.

Ok I cried this drama needs so much more attention 

  1. The two male leads both suffer from mental illnesses
  2. The male lead has very severe schizophrenia
  3. He also has PTSD and can only sleep in his bathtub
  4. His friend (the second male) has Tourette’s which is consistently portrayed 
  5. They DO NOT HOLD BACK on the ableist statements and remarks posed to the characters at all
  6. Nearing the end of the drama the male lead completely loses his grasp on reality with a severe relapse 
  7. Neither character gets miraculously 100% cured (both are indicated to still take medication) 
  8. They make peace with their illnesses and it’s a happy ending

The drama’s writers were also recently given a plaque for their efforts in raising awareness for this, and it breaks the stereotype of the conventional ‘perfect family’ K-drama. Seriously, go watch this. 

seriously watch this drama.

it breaks down so many stereotypes about neuroatypical people and has really great representation of various mental health disorders. The drama also features some nice 1-2 episode story arcs about the patients that are being treated under the care of the female lead in the psych unit of a hospital.

here’s a description of just a few of her patients: 

- a trans woman recovering from family abuse

- a schizophrenic man who stops taking his meds to save his sex life

- a grieving mother who thinks her baby is still alive

 the writers really made an effort to humanize all of the patients, instead of just writing  them off as “crazy”.