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"Booker, are you afraid of god?"
"No, but I’m afraid of you."
Prologue Overworld // A Link Between Worlds
Arin and Danny.
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i do, but it takes a few minutes to work and doesn’t relieve the constriction completely. like, if my windpipe’s 50% of how big it should be, it bumps it back up to 80%? my lung capacity helps (brass player, woohoo) but i have to breathe deep/slow
ah, so that’s how they work? hmm.
i’m glad you’ve got something to help, though!
imagine trying to breathe through a straw. now imagine you’re trying to catch your breath and you can’t do anything BUT breathe through the straw. that is roughly what happens. and for me, it’s prompted by exercise/exertion! so that’s extra fun.
oh god. no thanks.
i know it’s not inherently the same but i used to get sick a lot and i’d have coughing fits i could barely recover from, struggling to breathe through a clogged throat, and it really freaked me out. once i wasn’t sick it was okay, but at one point i was very scared of getting sick again because of how awful the experience was.
d’you have an inhaler or anything to help? D:
after sneezing as loudly as possible i usually follow it up with the most annoyed guttural sound i can muster with my newly-shortened breath because it’s usually messy. asthma randomly deciding a sneeze is gonna prompt an attack is dumb.
ooh, guttural sounds! i think those turned into the swearing thing, tbh. it’s sort of a why this response, i guess?
well, asthma is pretty dumb in itself, so. i can’t really attest to anything since i don’t have it but i remember it making my brother’s life miserable for a while. (pretty sure the asthma went away and it’s just straight allergies for him now?? maybe.)
my sneezes are unnecessarily loud because my reflex is to just emphasize the a-CHOO as much as possible i guess? i can’t control it. and i have allergies to all of my pets, so
i’m not even sure if it’s a me thing or a being around loud sneezers thing. i think i tried doing the dainty sneezing but almost hurt myself so i stopped. then it became annoy mom as much as possible by trying to match my brother’s, so uh.
and then i got older and started swearing after each one so as to sound as disgruntled as possible by the inconvenience. :S
i struggle with language too do not worry my friend those six years of private school didn’t leave me with many skills
let us be mildly talented together~
Swearing every time I sneeze is even more fun since I suffer from dad-level loud sneezes.
|thegreendeceiver: i don't really KNOW languages so much as I'm simply familiar with them. Six years of private Hebrew school and my mom/bobbi/zeidy are fluent in Yiddish woop woop.|
still better than me. several years of spanish and two years of japanese and i have no idea about anything in either of them now.
but oh man that’s actually super cool!
|thegreendeceiver: yeah it's yiddish for happy birthday|
okay cool. i was gonna go with yiddish anyway but i wanted to be sure!
|thegreendeceiver: Glyqlʻk dyyn gʻbwrstʼág|
i got nothin’
|thegreendeceiver: "bby are you okay" IT WAS HEBREW FOR HAPPY BIRTHDAY YOU BUNK|
i know! i searched it to see what it was. though based on the many birthday wishes you sent, it was quite obvious.
didn’t see any specific response i could use to keep the hebrew spirit goin’ but i meant well. :(((