Hey. I'm Endy. A hopeless Jeanmarco- and Hijack-shipping loser that likes many things and who sometimes does things that are interesting. The blog is a lot of shippy stuff but is also littered with permanent interests other stuff that I get sucked into, like a lot of anime. Let's be friends and junk.

sheothservant asked:

bruhhh i got grand bishop as well

grand bishop bros

fleshprince:

this is a cool test that gives you an rpg class and there are 100 possible results check it out

Grand Bishops often have few skills with weapons and they are probably the least physically powerful of all the classes. However, they are by no means the weakest class. In fact, Grand Bishops utilize some of the most powerful magic in world: the power to control time. By controlling time, Grand Bishops can change and reverse the course of events and defeat opponents that no other class could ever dream of defeating. In fact, Grand Bishops can even alter the time of an object, allowing them to fast forward that object into the future or revert it to a state in the past. As an extension, this can be used as an advanced form of healing, enabling Grand Bishops to restore severed limbs and wounds. Although time may be a powerful ally, it requires a great deal of energy and magic to manipulate, so Grand Bishops use this power sparingly. Instead, they more often use their mastery over light magic and the basic elements to battle their foes. Grand Bishops may be supremely powerful spellcasters, but they most often use their power for good rather than evil. Those who use their power for evil may abuse their power over time and fall into chaos and oblivion.

Congratulations on reaching this high class!

You have not mastered any Hidden Power granted by the Genie.”

7 Things I Wish Parents Would Stop Teaching Their Children:

fangirltothefullest:

thatendyperson:

this-selfish-war-machine:

goddess-river:

  1. That nudity is inherently sexual
  2. That people should be judged for their personal decisions
  3. That yelling solves problems
  4. That they are too young to be talking about the things they’re already starting to ask questions about
  5. That age correlates to importance
  6. That interacting with someone of the opposite sex is inherently romantic
  7. That the default for someone is straight and cisgender
  1. Nudity is OFTEN sexual, often enough to be concerned about children seeing it
  2. Personal decisions that are judged by those who are unprejudiced and trustworthy are probably bad decisions
  3. If the argument escalates to yelling in the first place, then there’s an obvious reason for it that you’re not seeing.
  4. I’m not going to explain sex ed to a 5 year old, sorry come back in 8 years or so
  5. It doesn’t correlate to IMPORTANCE, but it does correlate to EXPERIENCE, which a young person doesn’t have much of, decreasing the value of their “wisdom/knowledge”
  6. Fair.
  7. The majority of people are straight and cisgender; That literally makes it the default/standard

Tumblr needs to stop acting like it has all the answers/has it all figured out when they’re still in the process of learning and growing.

  1. That doesn’t mean it is inherently sexual, regardless. The post is saying that parents should stop teaching their children that it is. Being concerned with them seeing it is a separate matter.
  2. Right, and exactly how many people are unprejudiced and trustworthy? Again, the post is stating that parents need to stop teaching their children that people should be judged for their personal decisions. It is referring to the way that many parents DO teach their kids to judge others for things like gender identity and orientation, or tattoos and piercings even, and all manner of other things of that nature.
  3. The post is referring the fact that many parents immediately resort to yelling with no preamble. It’s not even talking about an argument. It’s saying parents need to stop teaching their kids that yelling solves problems. I really don’t understand why you’re defending this one. It’s one thing for arguing to escalate into yelling. It’s another thing to just yell at your kids because you’re upset.
  4. I am somewhat on your side with this one. I don’t necessarily want to be talking sex ed to a child. However, there is plenty of evidence and actual real-life cases to support the fact that even young kids when educated early are perfectly capable of understanding these things, and are typically far better-adjusted as a result. If a kid is old enough to ask questions about a subject in a coherent fashion, then they are old enough to be educated about it.
  5. And here you sound exactly like every old person I’ve ever met. Age does indeed often correlate with experience. However, it does not mean that someone who is younger doesn’t know what they’re talking about. People’s different lives come with different circumstances. Many younger individuals take it upon themselves to educate themselves just because they want to. And yet these same kids will then be ignored or disregarded because of their age. And that’s the fault of the older people in their lives who do indeed act with an attitude of “age = importance”. Putting all of that aside, the message of the post was still “Parents shouldn’t teach their kids that age correlates to importance.” That is all it was saying. And no, parents shouldn’t teach their kids that. Honestly, why are you arguing that?
  6. Yes.
  7. No. No no no no no. Thank you, heteronormativity. Here’s some shocking news for you; did you know that the majority of people actually aren’t completely heterosexual? I know, shocking. Especially since that’s what we as a society are fed on a daily basis. But no, that is in fact very inaccurate. Fact is, very few people are perfect 1’s or perfect 7’s on the kinsey scale. Statisitcs that might have you believe otherwise are largely taken from studies conducted before the 2000’s, when most people were too afraid to even confidentially admit to not being straight (and when most scientists operated under the idea that you were either gay or straight, and anything else was a fake sexuality). Many people today even, while claiming to be straight, will engage in homosexual affairs behind the backs of their spouses or significant others in order to achieve a level of satisfaction that their present lifestyle of self-denial does not afford them. In some countries, people are given the freedom to express themselves however they want and engage with anyone they want, and big surprise, those very same countries have a larger percentage of openly LGBT individuals than many other places in the world. Gosh, it’s almost as though being given the freedom of expression without repercussion means that the majority of people won’t just go with the status quo on sexual/gender identity! So, no. Heterosexuality is not the ‘default’ sexuality. And parents sure as HELL shouldn’t be teaching that it is.

Number 4 is correct from the FIRST list. You CAN talk to a kid about drugs if they ask. You CAN talk to a kid about sex if they ask where babies come from. DON’T just sit there and giggle and pretend they are too young to know. There are ways of explaining it to kids without confusing them. My parents taught me from the time I was very young where babies come from in terms I could comprehend: “When parents want to have a baby usually the mom will have an egg and the daddy helps put a sperm in the egg and that together makes the baby start to grow. It grows inside the mother’s uterus for about 9 months and then the baby comes out.” 

"What’s a sperm?" 
"It’s what’s inside a man’s body that goes into the egg to decide if the baby will be physically male or female." 

The child almost ALWAYS accepts what they are told. Sex CAN be explained in relatively simple and easy to understand terms and NO I was not scarred as a young child to learn this. Would you be? No. 

It’s simple terms but it’s effective. You CAN teach a child about sex education. Of COURSE you’re not going to go into all the graphic details, but the older a child gets, the more information you can give them. When they are older you can start to tell them that there’s a penis and vagina involved (because making kids think their reproductive organs should be hidden is different than pretending they have dumb names and making the kids think they should be ashamed to have them at all) and you can start to say the penis goes in the vagina and there’s movement and adults really like it. 

Also I have read in my child development class that making kids think that babies come from a stork or cabbage patch etc. or making the children keep all hush hush about reproduction at all actually encourages children to experiment on their own in unsafe ways so my classes encourage talking to your children about these subjects in ways they can understand from the time that they are little so they know how to be safe. 

While I’m not dissing the fact that each parent should decide how they go about it, I DO want people to be aware that there are studies about this and keeping a child completely out of the loop until sex education classes in school can have shocking revelations for the child that can lead to somewhat negative repercussions. 

And the ONLY reason nudity is considered sexual is because of the american government. My mother spent years in Germany where they would have nudity on the television all the time. It was not inherently sexual it was just THERE. Also, if it is inherently sexual then why are nudist camps not constantly just having sex 24/7? They function like normal people and just go about their average days naked ok. It’s only sexual because the government has allowed our media to display it that way. It is a body, nothing more. If you see it as sexual, fine, but it is NOT ALWAYS sexual and we need to stop letting children think that it is. A bare naked ankle and bare wrist were considered sexual a long long time ago, and look how much of our bodies we display now. It’s a way of thinking, not just always sexual regardless. 

And lastly- Age and does not correlate to importance, yes, but it also does not correlate to experience. It is true that older people can have more experience. YES a 50 year old definitely has more experience than a 5 year old, but who is to say that that 5 year old does not have more experience playing with toy trucks than their grandfather? It’s a matter of perspective really. You cannot look at me and honestly tell me that almost every 70 year old knows more about computers than almost every 15 year old.

Like most everything, experience is gained through life and everyone gains their own unique experience in particular areas. This 40 year old nurse has less experience in guns than this 20 year old officer.

So we cannot say that age brings more experienced. Instead we should say age can sometimes correlate to experience, but never importance.

I’ve seen a bunch of poor young college kids give the shirts off their backs to the homeless who I would call more important that a 70 year old politician who hoards all their money and never wants to donate some of it. 

So yes. Age does NOT equal importance and it also does not equal experience.

Fangirl adding some A+ commentary.

ask-demon-connie-springles:

adru-was-here:

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iloveyoulikekanyeloveskanye:

this video ruined my life for the better

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7 Things I Wish Parents Would Stop Teaching Their Children:

this-selfish-war-machine:

goddess-river:

  1. That nudity is inherently sexual
  2. That people should be judged for their personal decisions
  3. That yelling solves problems
  4. That they are too young to be talking about the things they’re already starting to ask questions about
  5. That age correlates to importance
  6. That interacting with someone of the opposite sex is inherently romantic
  7. That the default for someone is straight and cisgender
  1. Nudity is OFTEN sexual, often enough to be concerned about children seeing it
  2. Personal decisions that are judged by those who are unprejudiced and trustworthy are probably bad decisions
  3. If the argument escalates to yelling in the first place, then there’s an obvious reason for it that you’re not seeing.
  4. I’m not going to explain sex ed to a 5 year old, sorry come back in 8 years or so
  5. It doesn’t correlate to IMPORTANCE, but it does correlate to EXPERIENCE, which a young person doesn’t have much of, decreasing the value of their “wisdom/knowledge”
  6. Fair.
  7. The majority of people are straight and cisgender; That literally makes it the default/standard

Tumblr needs to stop acting like it has all the answers/has it all figured out when they’re still in the process of learning and growing.

  1. That doesn’t mean it is inherently sexual, regardless. The post is saying that parents should stop teaching their children that it is. Being concerned with them seeing it is a separate matter.
  2. Right, and exactly how many people are unprejudiced and trustworthy? Again, the post is stating that parents need to stop teaching their children that people should be judged for their personal decisions. It is referring to the way that many parents DO teach their kids to judge others for things like gender identity and orientation, or tattoos and piercings even, and all manner of other things of that nature.
  3. The post is referring the fact that many parents immediately resort to yelling with no preamble. It’s not even talking about an argument. It’s saying parents need to stop teaching their kids that yelling solves problems. I really don’t understand why you’re defending this one. It’s one thing for arguing to escalate into yelling. It’s another thing to just yell at your kids because you’re upset.
  4. I am somewhat on your side with this one. I don’t necessarily want to be talking sex ed to a child. However, there is plenty of evidence and actual real-life cases to support the fact that even young kids when educated early are perfectly capable of understanding these things, and are typically far better-adjusted as a result. If a kid is old enough to ask questions about a subject in a coherent fashion, then they are old enough to be educated about it.
  5. And here you sound exactly like every old person I’ve ever met. Age does indeed often correlate with experience. However, it does not mean that someone who is younger doesn’t know what they’re talking about. People’s different lives come with different circumstances. Many younger individuals take it upon themselves to educate themselves just because they want to. And yet these same kids will then be ignored or disregarded because of their age. And that’s the fault of the older people in their lives who do indeed act with an attitude of “age = importance”. Putting all of that aside, the message of the post was still “Parents shouldn’t teach their kids that age correlates to importance.” That is all it was saying. And no, parents shouldn’t teach their kids that. Honestly, why are you arguing that?
  6. Yes.
  7. No. No no no no no. Thank you, heteronormativity. Here’s some shocking news for you; did you know that the majority of people actually aren’t completely heterosexual? I know, shocking. Especially since that’s what we as a society are fed on a daily basis. But no, that is in fact very inaccurate. Fact is, very few people are perfect 1’s or perfect 7’s on the kinsey scale. Statisitcs that might have you believe otherwise are largely taken from studies conducted before the 2000’s, when most people were too afraid to even confidentially admit to not being straight (and when most scientists operated under the idea that you were either gay or straight, and anything else was a fake sexuality). Many people today even, while claiming to be straight, will engage in homosexual affairs behind the backs of their spouses or significant others in order to achieve a level of satisfaction that their present lifestyle of self-denial does not afford them. In some countries, people are given the freedom to express themselves however they want and engage with anyone they want, and big surprise, those very same countries have a larger percentage of openly LGBT individuals than many other places in the world. Gosh, it’s almost as though being given the freedom of expression without repercussion means that the majority of people won’t just go with the status quo on sexual/gender identity! So, no. Heterosexuality is not the ‘default’ sexuality. And parents sure as HELL shouldn’t be teaching that it is.

madelezabeth:

make a funny comic with no dialogue they said

it’ll be fuuun they said

:I

i think everyone should subscribe to Mullets Weekly just sayin :U

slaykasaackerman:

2094835 ava look look aaaahh the puppy’s name is daenerys

this puppy’s expression is like “Oh, heavens, I can’t bear to look.”

slaykasaackerman:

2094835 ava look look aaaahh the puppy’s name is daenerys

this puppy’s expression is like “Oh, heavens, I can’t bear to look.”

aliseaaaaa:

I have promise a cute NSFW drawing no ? 
so here it’s ;) I don’t if it’s cute, it’s not really nsfw too ( a little but not too graphic)
In first i want draw, jack teasing hiccup during foreplay, but it finish like this … XD
I want to said thanks to the persons who are with me during the livestream : Loo, Lil, and Nat :  it was really cool ^^
have a good day / night hijackers

aliseaaaaa:

I have promise a cute NSFW drawing no ? 

so here it’s ;) I don’t if it’s cute, it’s not really nsfw too ( a little but not too graphic)

In first i want draw, jack teasing hiccup during foreplay, but it finish like this … XD

I want to said thanks to the persons who are with me during the livestream : Loo, Lil, and Nat :  it was really cool ^^

have a good day / night hijackers

enemyofsanity:

How does lighting even work??
Dumb modern dorks playing video games. Kind of a gift for jackfrostsnowday because I missed the one year anniversary of our dumbs deciding to become a couple in our main thread.
DA link: (X)

enemyofsanity:

How does lighting even work??

Dumb modern dorks playing video games. Kind of a gift for jackfrostsnowday because I missed the one year anniversary of our dumbs deciding to become a couple in our main thread.

DA link: (X)