last text messages from the victims of the daegu subway fire on february 18, 2003.
“I’m sorry. I can’t bring your shoes and bag. I was going to make you a pork cutlet.. sorry.. my daughter. I love you.”
“You really make me hate youㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ get lostㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ bye”
“There’s a fire. I will go to heaven first.”
“Without oppa you must not skip meals and listen to your parents.. get itㅋㅋ and don’t wait for me I won’t come”
“Oppa is in an emergency I think I need to be away. Don’t wait for me and go back. Alright? I love you.”
“ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋDon’t waitㅋㅋI’m not comming ㅋㅋㅋ I’m sick of youㅋㅋㅋㅋ”
“Study hard and be a good person. Dad is sorry.”
“ㅇㅇcall emergency tell them there’s a fire in the subway don’t panic and keep calm. Alright? Oppa’s okay”
“What if I suddenly disappear tomorrow? What would you do? just curious ㅎㅎ”
“I’m sorry that I was mad at you this morning it wasn’t what i meant honey I love you forever”
im gonna bring this post back this post is woah
"Well, when I was nine years old, Star Trek came on, I looked at it and I went screaming through the house, 'Come here, mum, everybody, come quick, come quick, there's a black lady on television and she ain't no maid!' I knew right then and there I could be anything I wanted to be.”
— Whoopi Goldberg
(That’s our president right there, pic hinted to me by reproduced-reality)
I’m not sure how other countries celebrate independence days but in Finland you wont see anyone on the streets celebrating loudly (Unless you go to the cemeteries where some people might take a walk and lay candles to the graves). Finns respect holiday this important by silence and peace. It would be rude to carouse on the streets.
Traditionally people mostly spend Independence Day at home with family. They eat something, probably sauteed reindeer with mashed potatoes or Karelian stew. Then, of course, there’s blue and white coloured candles lighten up in front of the windows.
In my childhood there was absolutely nothing interesting from TV, only war documentaries and “The Unknown Soldier” movie coming in the afternoon. Today there’s plenty of cartoons and “The Unknown Soldier” is shown later in the evening (and you can decide whether you’ll watch the movie, Lordi’s winning at Eurovision Song Contest or Finland-Sweden 2011 Ice Hockey World Championship Finals).
But to the Main Event: The broadcasted President’s party from TV, the “Castle’s Party!” This year it’s different because the “castle” is under renovation but I guess the main idea stays the same: We watch TV for three hours and watch as famous people and people on high position shake hands with the President Sauli Niinistö and his wife. And of course you judge all female dresses and condemn etiquette blunders. There’s a concert afterwards but I guess that’s the part of the party we wont get to see.
It’s the most awaited TV program of the year! :D
Anonymous asked: SO I was sitting on a train, waiting for my stop, when an old man sits next to me. He looks over to me and says "Why the frown young man?" Honestly I was feeling really depressed, and since he asked I told him "I feel like my life is worthless" the old man takes his cane and whacks me right on the head, to my shock and says seriously "A life is not 'worth' anything, if a human knew how much he was 'worth' he would sell himself in an instant. A life is meant to be lived, not sold or bought."
The world has its madness.
And its beautiful people.
two vampire friends lying on the floor getting drunk and describing eachother because they can’t use mirrors don’t even try to tell me that isn’t adorable
for the first time in my life ive found something i may like about vampires
You know what’s even more adorable
They decide to try and draw each other
And they both have the drawing skills of toddlers
OOOOOOOOOHHHH, NOOOOOOOOOOO~!!!!! <3<3<3
Ink Calendar designed by Oscar Diaz. The ink will slowly color each day of the month as time passes by.
literally the coolest fucking thing i’ve ever seen.