How do you think, what Graves wears for sleep?
something like this:
or maybe this:
or maybe he is old-fashioned-guy??
What if it’s like one of those suitjamas that Barney Stinson wears
Some modern!AU Instagrams. Credence is probably off to Hogwarts because he went with Newt. He’s a bit late, but the teachers are nice. Real Percival has been found and he’s still recovering from his abduction by Grindelwald. He misses Credence but he’s glad his boy is getting better and is learning to control his magic.
“What the hell actually happened to the real Percival Graves?”
Well apparently he left MACUSA to start a band. Mister Graves will probably make his comeback for the sequel as an orchestra conductor whose concert happened to be in Paris. Nailed it.
Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them-movie characters
It’s obviously love conquers all and please love, hug and feed Credence.
Thank you so much! recently people liked and reblogged my gif and followed me. Some people even share their feeling with me so I’m so glad that you like my drawing. It do help me a lot because the time i published Newt (gif) i was facing troubles in my life and wondering maybe i have to give up drawing. Anyway thank you all :) those new pictures are the best things i can do so far.
P.S i gonna print some as 2017 cards so there will be having a raffle draw on my FB ( https://www.facebook.com/astawuillustration ). if you’re interested in in you can check my page.
Mr. Andrés Bonifacio and Associates
My Colleagues-in-sentiment and Countrymen:
I was glad to receive your letter regarding the orderly and good work of my comrades-in-sentiment there. However, I have no advice except the following:
1. It is still untimely for us to separate from Spanish sovereignty, because there is no other nation that could govern us like the present government, as I had observef in the governments of other places. But, for the moment, we need only to drive away first the corrupt Spanish friars because when they are gone, we will have no more obstacle in our search for different kinds of knowledge until we reach the state of learning we so desire, likewise independence, too.
2. Regarding our being an ally of Germany, let us not enter into this. It would be harder for us to be caught between two rocks.
Source: Minutes of the Katipunan
When senpai notices you
If you haven’t seen the trailer of Jerrold Tarog’s “Heneral Luna,” and you’re a Philippine history enthusiast, please do. It may perhaps be one of the films set in the Philippine-American War that we could be proud of. We only have a few films set in that historical period, and not that many people know of the Philippine-American War. The film is set to be released in 2015. The quality of the film is seamless, and because it’s a Jerrold Tarog film, I’m expecting a down-to-earth treatment to the historical figures. His film Sana Dati is a favorite.
When I saw the photos of the cast of Heneral Luna on Facebook, I couldn’t help but gasp at some of the actors’ portrayal of their character. To show you what I mean, I took the photos of the cast and put it side by side with the actual photos of the historical figures they portrayed. (I hope the director won’t mind). Look, and be amazed!!!
(1) John Arcilla as General Antonio Luna
(2) Epy Quizon as Apolinario Mabini
–> This so far is my favorite. From the dress down to the chair he is sitting at, Epy Quizon is perfect for the Mabini role.
(3) Paolo Avelino as General Gregorio del Pilar
(4) Mon Confiado as President Emilio Aguinaldo
(5) Nonie Buencamino as Felipe Buencamino
(6) Joem Bascon as Colonel Francisco “Paco” Roman
(7) Alex Medina as Captain Jose Bernal
(8) Leo Martinez as Pedro Paterno
(9) Ketchup Eusebio as Captain Pedro Janolino
(10) Lorenz Martinez as General Tomas Mascardo
(LEFT photos are from the “Heneral Luna” Facebook Fanpage. RIGHT photos are historical photos from various sources. Photos belong to their respective owners).
Pag nagets mo ‘to ibig sabihin nakinig ka ng mabuti sa Philippine History titser mo.
Rizal in Starbucks:
Barista: “What’s your name sir?”
Andres Bonifacio stood mightily in front of the Katipuneros and shouts
"WHAT’S UP MADLANG PEOPLE????!!“
9:44AM *Andres Bonifacio created the group Katipunan*
*Emilio Aguinaldo joins the group*
*Andres Bonifacio left the group*
Jose Rizal: “Updated na ang Noli Me Tangere sa Wattpad! Go check it out!”
After finishing Noli Me Tangere, Andres Bonifacio walks up to Rizal and whispers in his ear, “hugot.”
Jose Rizal on Facebook be like: “About to be shot.” - Feeling nervous
Rizal took a deep breath, faced the Spanish firing squad, and before they shouted fuego, he whispered,
Juan Luna: “But first…… Let me paint a selfie!”
Jose Rizal: The youth is the hope of our future.
Youths: Edi wow!
Rizal: “I saw the future. I know the date of our freedom. June 1898.”
Andres: “Details, Pepe. June what?”
“BRB.” – Gen. Douglas McArthur
“Talk dirty to me.”
Rizal: “In what language?”
Magellan to Lapu-lapu,
“Lapu like you do lapu-lapu like you do.”
Jose Rizal to his girlfriends: “Cause all of me, loves all of you.“
Sisa: *Kris Aquino voice* “OMG! where’s Crispin and Basilio like nacacaloca! I’m getting tired na…Darlaaaaa”
Leonor: “Ako na lang, Ako na lang uli.”
Rizal: “She had me at my worst, you had me at my best, and you chose to break my heart.”
Sisa to group chat: “Crispin, Basilio. Where you guys at?”
Magellan: “I never meant to start a war, I just wanted you to let me in.”
Rizal to Bracken:
Rizal: Are you Bonifacio? Because i want to Andres you.” #Breezy
Jose Rizal updated his status on Facebook:
“Walang forever!” – feeling chickboy
Tagged Josephine Bracken and 8 others.
"I can buy you, your friends, and this Bapor Tabo” - Donya Victorina
Katipuneros: “When your legs don’t work like they used to before…”
Mabini: “Tangina niyo ah.
Katipuneros warming up before going into battle
( After Rizal’s death)
Joesphine Bracken: *goes to Sagada*
Melchora Aquino to the wounded Katipuneros:
"That’s the thing about pain, it demands to be felt.“
moving these here from my original twitter thread in light of the national elections so far. and possibly for what will be of our future too.
to padres mariano gomez, jose burgos, and jacinto zamora: death by garrote is much much quicker than accepting this fate. this dark fate.
to the first expatriates in europe: you left your country with high hopes. our hearts wish to leave now too, but She needs us most.
to graciano lopez jaena: you may have fooled a lot of people with your speeches, but that’s nothing compared to how they fool us now.
to marcelo del pilar: could it be possible as well for him (or her) to give up the position for someone much worthier?
to juan luna: you could paint us. as you see everything at this moment. in reds, in black, in grey. in all violence hidden and unhidden.
to jose rizal: how difficult was it to write the ultimate goodbye? how difficult to love a country, with people ignorant of love?
to apolinario mabini: you saw the world, this country, in legality and the contrary. what about now? what is right? what is wrong?
to andres bonifacio: where? where’s the hope you’ve been shouting, you’ve been fighting for? is it gone? is it waiting to be unearthed?
to emilio jacinto: you sacrificed youth for freedom. you wrote so much. and, my dear, i guess this is the path i may have to choose now.
to melchora aquino: mother, could you ever heal our broken hearts? mend our fatigue minds? feed us wisdom instead of fallacies?
to gregoria de jesus: we are lost too. in this forest. going in circles. searching for something. a corpse maybe. or burying the country.
to gabriela and diego silang: teach us how to love. despite revolution. love, alongside and permanent, with fighting for everything good.
to emilio aguinaldo: does who have not, must forgive you. because this, this atrocity, is the one deemed to be unforgivable at all.
to antonio luna: brashness was not the answer. and i believe this was what you thought, when betrayal and bullet and blade robbed your life.
to gregorio del pilar: i can forgive you, you know. just not this. not him. it’s tirad, murderous and fatal tirad, all over again.
to artemio ricarte: you were right. somehow. the revolution did not die with bonifacio, or with you, or anyone else. it continues. now.
to manuel quezon: do you still prefer a government run by filipinos with all this evidence right now? it’s hell, and will be hell.
and to every unsung hero, to our ancestors of thousands of years: this is our country now. this is us now. a disgrace. a pity. i’m sorry.
Let me tell u bout Baron Von Steuben, the gay immigrant to whom Americans owe the success of their revolution.
HI MGA BABES okay so ang tagal ko nang hindi nagsusulat so I thought I’ll do something for Buwan ng Panitikan WOOOOOOOOOOO shet ayan eto na sya, I’ll post the first part this week promise. Here’s what to expect:
1. Something Mabinaldo
2. With accompanying pics/aesthetics
3. Will be a series pero di pa ko sure kung ilang parts
4. Yeah so I might use my cosplay pics for these, and other pics of my cosplay fam
5. May angst HAHAHAHA
ok yun lang haha god I missed this. Love you ❤
I just realized I haven’t shared this here yet! Been goofing around with this costume for quite some time now.
Here’s a quick tutorial on how to write in Baybayin!
HI EVERYONE! Just wanted to share this to anyone who’s into or just getting into Baybayin. This is pretty much all I know so far, and I’m still in the process of researching more about it. I’ll be writing s'more soon to help people learn too. Also for me, I mostly practiced using #3, so there’s that.
Hi din. :)
Friendly reminder: Mon is a bigger Mabinaldo shipper than all of us put together. Do not forget this.
Hanap mo ba’y mga stickers, postcards, bookmarks??? Well, nandito na ang Mercado Historico!
Featuring artworks from your favourite artists!
Visit our booth Mercado Historico (Near the stage area) on February 20 at Centris Elements!
Komiket starts at 9AM with the entrance fee of only 50 pesos!
See you there!!
Jaime x Hilaria
It was impossible from the start. Who was he to covet the President’s wife? And yet, after all the cards had been dealt he still continued to hope. He continued to write to her, exchanging messages in the most clandestine manner. He knew she only saw him as an escape, trying to find comfort through the hardships brought on by the war; and by the time it concludes she would rather not see him anymore. How lonely it must’ve been, to be married to a man who is obliged to always choose the country before her. But he still took it, like a starving dog hungry for crumbs. He’ll take what he can get, no matter how little.
The whole household was fast asleep, they only had the moon to guide them. Jaime stole her in the dead of the night, and together they slipped through into the darkness of the shadows of the street. He took her to a small and cosy cottage, just around the bend. Jaime had already paid enough people to keep their meetings secret, and for the next few meetings it became their little sanctuary.
He never thought it possible, to actually find happiness in his spiteful life. She melted like butter in his hands, and his skin burned like fire in hers. An hour felt like eternity with her, and it was all the time he needed. An hour every now and then, an hour everytime she needed him, that was more than he could ever ask for. Most of it was just spent in conversation while holding her in his arms, and during that time he let himself pretend she was his.
For a while, it was believed by some scholars that Emilio Aguinaldo’s Reseña verídica de la Revolución Filipina was actually written by Buencamino because parts of the manuscript were in his handwriting.
Buencamino wrote a letter to Dr. Galicano Apacible on September 10, 1899, saying that the Reseña was “a work written solely by Don Emilio and translated by me.”
It wasn’t until the original Tagalog draft surfaced(handwritten by Aguinaldo himself), had the matter been settled.
Source: Virgin of Balintawak by Ambeth Ocampo
Not that I want to feed a troll (whom I’ve heard has also gotten blocked from the HL Memes page), but I don’t want anyone to come across this statement and find no defense for what we do. And I don’t want him or anyone else thinking this kind of crab mentality is okay and we’re just going to let it pass.
Maybe talking back feeds trolls, but silence breeds them.