tabiscoffeewifefic:

yongguk: he’d be adorable, giving her piggy backs, back hugging her and leaning his head on her shoulder while she’s cooking him his favourite dinner. he may tease her by placing things on high shelves that only he can reach so that she’d have to ask his help, he may do that if they had an…

nemu-u:

creditos de la imagen a zelo! x’D

nemu-u:

creditos de la imagen a zelo! x’D

nemu-u:

bangster de corazon :’D <3
happy birthday bang yonggukie~ <3

nemu-u:

bangster de corazon :’D <3

happy birthday bang yonggukie~ <3

bapchicago:

Alright. Less than a day away. I’m just gonna break down the plans for tomorrow night.

The cake will arrive at the venue sometime between 2 and 3pm.

Large signable banner will arrive around 3pm. Individual banners will arrive at 4pm. We will be walking up and down the line…

joopinks:

provocatoria:




After Seven Years, Dutch Diplomat Couple Returns their Adopted Korean Daughter
Raymond Poeteray, vice consul at the Dutch Consulate General in Hong Kong, and his wife, Meta, adopted baby “Jade” from South Korea in 2000 at the age of four months. The couple believed themselves to be infertile at the time.
The diplomat’s wife subsequently conceived two biological children. The couple then left their eight-year-old adopted daughter in foster care, claiming she was never able to integrate into their family, and that “it was difficult to raise her because of culture shock.”
Upon the child’s abandonment in Hong Kong, officials discovered that the parents never registered the child as a citizen or even a resident, and she had no legal status or protection under the Dutch, Hong Kong, or Korean governments.



Look.

Wtf kind of culture shock does a 4 month old have Jesus

joopinks:

provocatoria:

After Seven Years, Dutch Diplomat Couple Returns their Adopted Korean Daughter

Raymond Poeteray, vice consul at the Dutch Consulate General in Hong Kong, and his wife, Meta, adopted baby “Jade” from South Korea in 2000 at the age of four months. The couple believed themselves to be infertile at the time.

The diplomat’s wife subsequently conceived two biological children. The couple then left their eight-year-old adopted daughter in foster care, claiming she was never able to integrate into their family, and that “it was difficult to raise her because of culture shock.

Upon the child’s abandonment in Hong Kong, officials discovered that the parents never registered the child as a citizen or even a resident, and she had no legal status or protection under the Dutch, Hong Kong, or Korean governments.

Look.

Wtf kind of culture shock does a 4 month old have Jesus


bangtan cuties

bangtan cuties

The only comeback I’m waiting for right now is for the hundreds missing in Korea.

invisible jimin…