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kanji-a-day:

144/2000

JLPT: N5

School Grade: 1st (6 years old)

This character was originally a combination of  steam and 米 uncooked rice, and represented/suggested the steam that comes off of cooked rice. Eventually 気 came to mean “spirit/unseen force.”

titytwochainz:

every family got a plastic bag full of plastic bags

hwanshi:

happy-nding:

timelord-in-a-moshpit:

myungsoopermans:

restugenoss:

hoseok-wants-the-v:

bangtanette:

Male Idols cross-dress (Daesung beats them all)

*ahem*

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Let’s not forget:

Excuse you:

But what about:

BIIIIIIIIITTTTTCCHHHHHHHimage

the actual winner

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wheres that guy from winner though i find him prettier as a girl

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and not to forget the queen herself

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bobby

bobby

frenchkpopeuse:

Yoseob talking to Hyunseung in a interwiew :

Hyunseung, it has already been five years since we debuted.  I’m not sure you remember.  Just like how Kikwang saved me, I saved you,” making everybody burst into laughter.  It looks like he wants some thanks this time around!  When you were overly anxious auditioning here and there, I was the one who contacted you and found places for you to audition.  I wish for the next five, fifty years, we will be together as B2ST.”

BEAST hyungs, five years have passed but you haven’t changed. You haven’t grown up at all. I think we’re getting along as close as we have been and working hard as much as we have been five years ago, so that’s good to see… I hope you guys never grow up.
— Junhyung (to BEAST five years later)

비스트 (BEAST) Ipod Playlist - 12시 30분 (12:30)

wild and sexy acting all tame and innocent

Amor fati is a Latin phrase loosely translating to “love of fate” or “love of one’s fate”. It is used to describe an attitude in which one sees everything that happens in one’s life, including suffering and loss, as good or at the very least, necessary—in that they are a part of the facts of one’s life and existence, so they are always ‘necessarily there’ whether one likes it or not. Moreover, it is characterized by an acceptance of the events or situations that occur in one’s life. This acceptance doesn’t necessarily preclude an attempt at change or improvement, but rather, this acceptance can be seen to be along the lines of what Nietzsche means by the concept of “eternal recurrence"—a sense of contentment with one’s life and an acceptance of it, such that one could live exactly the same life, in all its minute details, over and over for all eternity.

You try to run away, run away from the world. But then you run away, run away from yourself and you don’t know the way home.
— Epik High (Amor Fati)