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commandersheena:

In one of my film classes last semester we had to tell a story in 3 pictures for a mini assignment so my friend and I did this

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THE HISTORY OF ONE OK ROCK (Part 2)

karashuki:

tanoshiijinsei:

Okay so I tried my best at finding information from interviews and articles and whatever. So, if I got anything wrong or left anything out, just tell me or whatever. This is the second part of their history! As I read along their history, I can’t believe how much they have changed you know? It’s amazing how one little idea became a worldwide loved JRock band! Oh and by the way, if you’re wondering why I didn’t mention anything about the origin of their name, I just wanted to say that I didn’t know when they decided to come up with the name and the fact that it is the basic knowledge as a ONE OK ROCK fan to know so I felt that there was no need to add it in anyways. Anyways here’s part 2, I hope you all enjoy it! -tanoshiijinsei

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THE HISTORY OF ONE OK ROCK (Part 1)

karashuki:

tanoshiijinsei:

Okay so I tried my best at finding information from interviews and articles and whatever. So, if I got anything wrong or left anything out, just tell me or whatever. This is going to be in two parts because I’m still working on the second part. You guys can repost or whatever, I don’t care as long as you guys give credit to me.

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vintagefoods:

waffles on a sunday. by julie marie craig on Flickr.

vintagefoods:

waffles on a sunday. by julie marie craig on Flickr.

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sanjoseelaine:

2014 05 09 Ylvis Red Carpet Gullruten for seher.nohttp://youtu.be/94rM2qhi0VQ
Interviewer: You are nominated for the audience award —  Vegard: Yes! Interviewer: …again, you are nominated and maybe will win. How does that feel? Vegard: Well, it feels great… Bård: For the audience award, the important thing is to be nominated though. So that’s great! If we manage that, then we’ve done something right, since it is primarily them we make stuff for, aside from our family.  Interviewer: If you win do you get two awards, or just one? Bård: They’re stingy, we only get one… Vegard: But I have an angle grinder! So there would be humor in that. Bård: But the gullruten isn’t complete, it doesn’t go all the way down… it goes up like this and then down — I don’t know, we don’t have one, until we win. Vegard: I thought we could take a saw, and just —- bzzz! That would be good. Bård: And then you could put both of them up on the wall. Interviewer: What have you done with the other awards you’ve won? How do you share them? Vegard: We don’t win prizes! We have one Spelemann and that one is… Bård: At the office. Vegard: It’s at the office. Other than that, we never win! We’ve been nominated four times in one year, and won nothing, so this year we have even less chance of winning, since there’s only three. Interviewer: The Fox has of course taken off quite awhile ago, and tomorrow… would you ever consider participating in the Norwegian (Eurovision) Song Contest? Vegard: Uh…it’s a difficult question. Bård: It’s always fun… but it was nice to have yesterday off. Vegard: Yes, yesterday I installed a new toilet seat in my bathroom, because the old one had broken. Bård: But that’s gross. Because why did it break? Because other people broke it… Vegard: Yes, lots of yucky… Bård: And then there’s that screw in the back… Vegard: Not only that, but lots of dirt falls out of it when you… Interviewer: But don’t you have the luxury, being celebrities, of avoiding that kind of stuff? Vegard: No, because we’re known… Interviewer: You could hire someone to do it.  Vegard: Maybe we could hire someone… Bård: We still have to pay someone… Vegard: “Can you come fix this, because you’ve seen me on…?” Interviewer: What’s the biggest luxury you permit yourself now in your daily lives? Vegard: (Blows air) Pbbbtt… Bård: Hmm… Interviewer: A chauffeur perhaps? Vegard: No, I don’t get a monthly pass on the trolley, I only buy a one-time card. It would maybe be smart to get a monthly pass, because I pay 60 kroner each day back and forth to work. Bård: I don’t have a long-term chauffeur, I have a “spot price” chauffeur, so he gets paid for that day or that trip and it’s a luxury, because I waste money on that, not having a permanent arrangement. Interviewer: How is it to come home to Bergen for Gullruten?  Bård: Very easy, a very efficient process.  Vegard: Very efficient. “05400 Welcome to SAS Airlines. For English, press 9…” Bård: No, but it’s great to be home in Bergen. We were born here, or at least I was born here, he was born in Trondheim, so maybe it’s not so great for him to be here. Interviewer: Will you guys be leaders at tonight’s afterparty? Vegard: Well, we have to get up insanely early tomorrow morning, we have a job in Østfold, of all places, so it won’t be TOO much of an afterparty. But, it will be a rational, thoroughly thought out, and well-behaved early/afterparty. (kveldspiel instead of nachspiel) Interviewer: Good luck with the nominations. Bård: Thank you. Vegard: Thank you very much. (Video posted by Chas Dotter on YouTube)

sanjoseelaine:

2014 05 09 Ylvis Red Carpet Gullruten for seher.no
http://youtu.be/94rM2qhi0VQ

Interviewer: You are nominated for the audience award —
Vegard: Yes!
Interviewer: …again, you are nominated and maybe will win. How does that feel?
Vegard: Well, it feels great…
Bård: For the audience award, the important thing is to be nominated though. So that’s great! If we manage that, then we’ve done something right, since it is primarily them we make stuff for, aside from our family.
Interviewer: If you win do you get two awards, or just one?
Bård: They’re stingy, we only get one…
Vegard: But I have an angle grinder! So there would be humor in that.
Bård: But the gullruten isn’t complete, it doesn’t go all the way down… it goes up like this and then down — I don’t know, we don’t have one, until we win.
Vegard: I thought we could take a saw, and just —- bzzz! That would be good.
Bård: And then you could put both of them up on the wall.
Interviewer: What have you done with the other awards you’ve won? How do you share them?
Vegard: We don’t win prizes! We have one Spelemann and that one is…
Bård: At the office.
Vegard: It’s at the office. Other than that, we never win! We’ve been nominated four times in one year, and won nothing, so this year we have even less chance of winning, since there’s only three.
Interviewer: The Fox has of course taken off quite awhile ago, and tomorrow… would you ever consider participating in the Norwegian (Eurovision) Song Contest?
Vegard: Uh…it’s a difficult question.
Bård: It’s always fun… but it was nice to have yesterday off.
Vegard: Yes, yesterday I installed a new toilet seat in my bathroom, because the old one had broken.
Bård: But that’s gross. Because why did it break? Because other people broke it…
Vegard: Yes, lots of yucky…
Bård: And then there’s that screw in the back…
Vegard: Not only that, but lots of dirt falls out of it when you…
Interviewer: But don’t you have the luxury, being celebrities, of avoiding that kind of stuff?
Vegard: No, because we’re known…
Interviewer: You could hire someone to do it.
Vegard: Maybe we could hire someone…
Bård: We still have to pay someone…
Vegard: “Can you come fix this, because you’ve seen me on…?”
Interviewer: What’s the biggest luxury you permit yourself now in your daily lives?
Vegard: (Blows air) Pbbbtt…
Bård: Hmm…
Interviewer: A chauffeur perhaps?
Vegard: No, I don’t get a monthly pass on the trolley, I only buy a one-time card. It would maybe be smart to get a monthly pass, because I pay 60 kroner each day back and forth to work.
Bård: I don’t have a long-term chauffeur, I have a “spot price” chauffeur, so he gets paid for that day or that trip and it’s a luxury, because I waste money on that, not having a permanent arrangement.
Interviewer: How is it to come home to Bergen for Gullruten?
Bård: Very easy, a very efficient process.
Vegard: Very efficient. “05400 Welcome to SAS Airlines. For English, press 9…”
Bård: No, but it’s great to be home in Bergen. We were born here, or at least I was born here, he was born in Trondheim, so maybe it’s not so great for him to be here.
Interviewer: Will you guys be leaders at tonight’s afterparty?
Vegard: Well, we have to get up insanely early tomorrow morning, we have a job in Østfold, of all places, so it won’t be TOO much of an afterparty. But, it will be a rational, thoroughly thought out, and well-behaved early/afterparty. (kveldspiel instead of nachspiel)
Interviewer: Good luck with the nominations.
Bård: Thank you.
Vegard: Thank you very much.
(Video posted by Chas Dotter on YouTube)

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soil001:

(ひろすけ童話絵本から)

soil001:

(ひろすけ童話絵本から)

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thegladhatter:

stunningpicture:

River filled with Cherry Blosom Petals

Tone it the fuck down senpai

thegladhatter:

stunningpicture:

River filled with Cherry Blosom Petals

Tone it the fuck down senpai

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tomii-memo:

ボー・ル・ペンペン草:
葉っぱで足元がチクチクするペンペン草原。
頭を草花で飾りました。

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euo:

Ni Putes Ni Soumises (Neither Whores Nor Submissives)- Fight Violence Against Women

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helena von bastet

helena von bastet

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