"Call the cops." "No." "What do you mean 'no'?" "I mean no. You wanna hear it in Spanish? NOH"

"Wanna hear it in spanish?" It's especially funny because he's fluent in spanish

percyyoulittleshit:  When I was reading The Hidden Oracle I realized something Im not sure how to put it into words its so easy to explain it in spanish but I have a hard time explaining in english but Im gonna try my best.   Trials of Apollo is a complete new saga its different than Heroes of Olympus because that saga was more connected to PJO. But TOA? Its a new beginning its for a new generation of kids its the start of another era Percy and his friends the original campers they are no…

percyyoulittleshit: When I was reading The Hidden Oracle I realized something Im not sure how to put it into words its so easy to explain it in spanish but I have a hard time explaining in english but Im gonna try my best. Trials of Apollo is a complete new saga its different than Heroes of Olympus because that saga was more connected to PJO. But TOA? Its a new beginning its for a new generation of kids its the start of another era Percy and his friends the original campers they are no…

#seventeen #joshua #jisoo (me *in Mark Tuan's voice*: Jisoo, why you gotta be like this?

ohhh yah hes the dude who knows 5 languages from weekly idol! 《Summary 《Hoshi: Korean 《Joshua: No. *proceeds to speak in 4 other languages》

OMG I just feel like killing the teacher, as all the people on my table laugh and say 'You got blanked!'

diabolik lovers season 3 Okay you guys this is one of my fave anime I like more blood more than anything it was so dramaticall

5 steps to becoming conversationally fluent in Spanish @matadornetwork

5 steps to becoming conversationally fluent in Spanish

5 steps to becoming conversationally fluent in Spanish

Isabelita was inspired by my “idea” of Spanish flair and panache. Of course, my kid’s secret third middle name is Placido (after Domingo.) It is a crescent shaped shawl with slipped and textured stitches, similar to the ones in Quindici. They are really “sister shawls” (Isabelita is the sassy one) and you can easily knit and drink wine while working on this, although I don’t ever sanction those acts done in tandem (which does not mean that I don’t do them, of course.)

Isabelita pattern by Casapinka

Isabelita was inspired by my “idea” of Spanish flair and panache. Of course, my kid’s secret third middle name is Placido (after Domingo.) It is a crescent shaped shawl with slipped and textured stitches, similar to the ones in Quindici. They are really “sister shawls” (Isabelita is the sassy one) and you can easily knit and drink wine while working on this, although I don’t ever sanction those acts done in tandem (which does not mean that I don’t do them, of course.)

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