If I ever see any of you in public, the code is “I like your shoelaces”
that way we know we’re from tumblr without revealing anything
I’m just going to say this to strangers until i find a tumblr person
must keep reblogering!! Im going to be so suspicious if any one tells me this now!
Remember the answer is: I stole them from the president.
FUCK YOU SWEDEN
Ok, after seeing Azerbaijan this is starting to be so true.
This a 7 day warning for all non-European areas of the world… Eurovision is next Saturday…I repeat… Eurovision is next Saturday
Consider yourself pre-warned…
I AM SO EXCITED FOR EUROVISION
Teachers. I love you when you love your kids, and I wish the system wasn’t rigged to make you all hate your jobs.
Wuv ya teachers!
They’re so underappreciated. Yay teachers!
WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS FACE?
I DONT EVEN WHAT
In Japan, there are 3 ways to say “I love you”:
You say “Daisuki (大好き)” for the friends and person you like,
you say “Aishiteru (愛してる)” for a more serious relationship,
and you say “Koishiteru ( 恋してる)” to the person you want to spend the rest of your life with.
And they follow this rule. They preserve the meaning of ‘I love you’ and never lose its essence unlike us.
I’ve understood that saying 好きです (“suki desu”, lit. I like you) is enough to express your feelings for a significant other. Being straight-forward expressions, those three above are practically very rarely used because they easily end up sounding quite corny.
Please do correct me if I’m wrong.