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a spanish person laughing or a german person during sex???

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Finnish person struggling to remember what they were about to say next

polish person trying to get themself noticed

portuguese person trying to hush other people

Chinese person trying to do calculations

swedish person wanting to get out of a conversation

A Japanese person trying to end a phone conversation

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Background art from the Studio Ghibli film When Marnie was There (思い出のマーニー). Yohei Taneda (種田陽平) is the art director for this summer’s animated feature.

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Official mp3 for “Unravel” by Ling Tosite Sigure, Tokyo Ghoul Opening Theme

discovered a really good way of learning kanji when theres no furigana! the iphone app for google translate supports handwriting input, so all you have to do is copy the word/phrase and you can check the pronunciation as well as definition. you can favorite individual searches you’ve made for later reference, and it also acts as something like flash cards for me ^^

its heaven for reading raw manga ;u;

herpyderpyhurhur replied to your post: almost fainted on the train on the way…

i remember feeling something similar to that on the train one morning too. it sucked balls. at least you had a guy nice enough to ask you if you were ok. despite the fact that i was sitting on the floor of the train, no one cared haha.

that’s horrible. people in nyc are so apathetic its sickening sometimes. the train i was on was really crowded and only one person lent a hand. that’s why i’m scared that if it was an emptier train probably no one would want to get involved.

sugaryinsanity replied to your post: almost fainted on the train on the way…

I have a similar situation (not hyperventilating though) and also haven’t eaten breakfast since HS. I hope you feel better and comfortable again soon! I’ve learned to adjust to my situation a lil now…

thank you :( i hope that doesn’t happen often, take good care of yourself! can’t imagine having to deal with something like that regularly ;-;

thanks so much for the replies ;-; i’m better now, albeit still nervous about getting on the train.

almost fainted on the train on the way to work this morning.. never experienced anything this scary before

i started hyperventilating and my vision slowly turned a complete black. my eyes were wide open and i tried to look around,  but it was as if i had gone blind. my hearing also became muffled with distortion, like i was underwater. it occurred to me that i was hyperventilating so i tried to cup my hand to my mouth to breathe in CO2, but i was so disoriented (aka feeling like i was about to die) i slumped to the floor. my fingers gripping the metal bars turned stiff and numb, and i started to panic ‘what am i going to do if i faint’ ‘it’ll pass, it’ll pass’ ‘i dont want to die, not here’ etc.

after leaning my head on my knees for a while and trying to slow down my breathing i recovered, still shaken up by what happened

a man was kind enough to ask if i was ok and helped me up after the ordeal, which probably lasted around 5 minutes as the train crossed the bridge. everyone else kind of stepped back and stared

at the onset of the symptoms, i thought it was momentary discomfort and jokingly thought to myself that it’d be funny if i had a panic attack on the train. though having experienced two panic attacks a long time before, this did not feel like one

my doctor said it was most likely due to low blood sugar since i haven’t had breakfast, but ive not had breakfast since early high school years and this hasn’t happened before. that being said, she suggested getting an echocardiogram in a few days to make sure

im scared that this might happen again and ill be stuck in the train without help if it got really bad. also not knowing if my psychological state will trigger another episode because one of my previous panic attacks was caused by overthinking


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I must say I find that girl utterly delightful. Flat as a board, enormous birthmark in the shape of Mexico over half her face, sweating for hours on end in that sweltering kitchen while Mendl (genius though he is) looms over her like a hulking gorilla - yet without question, without fail, always, and invariably: she’s exceedingly lovely. Why? Because of her purity. - The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014, dir. by Wes Anderson)

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