laughter is the best medicine

I'm an aspiring polyglot with some Spanish and Japanese under my belt. My eyes are set for French, German, Italian, and Hawai'ian. I often get distracted from my language learning by my little family unit (husband, human baby, and fur baby) and life in the Bay. My language skills tend to be more literate than verbal. You can find me as 'moon_goddess' on Memrise, or DM me for Lang-8 or Busuu contact information.

したてる
to tailor, to make, to prepare, to train, to send (a messenger).

仕 - し / じ /
つか as in つかえる
attend, doing, official, serve.

立 - りつ / りゅう / りっとる / たち / たっ/ たつ / だて / つい /
た as in たつ / -たつ / たち- / たてる / -たてる / たて- / たて- / -たて / -だて / -だてる
stand up, rise, set up, erect.

cite: 意味は / いみは / imiwa app

What is she DOING? She is having the customer STAND UP on the pedestal so she can ‘tailor’ the material to him and ‘make’ it fit better.

MasterChef bombed this season with having that person win…

At least trashiness will hit a new peak with CSI: Cyber starring Luke Perry.

gateaugrimoire:

I know Leslie is a shit but it’s hard for me not to love him like

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he’s so super cute like look at him

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look how he bites his fucking lip when he’s nervous and concentrating

but when he needs to look serious it’s absolutely impossible

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he just looks…

Also Leslie is an anime villain IRL. Imagine his glasses all greeted out and steam coming off his head. :P

化粧 ー けしょう ー makeup
Consists of change (化) and paint (粧).

化粧品 ー けしょうひん ー cosmetic/makeup products
Adds goods/products (品).

毒 ー どく ー poison.
Consists of leaves/green foliage and mother (母). Used where you would expect the skull and crossbones symbol.

ex·tol
ikˈstōl/
verb
praise enthusiastically.
e.g. “he extolled the virtues of the Russian peoples”.

Latin ‘extollere’, to lift or raise up. = Latin ‘ex’ out, up; ‘tollere’, to lift.

en·er·vate
verb
ˈenərˌvāt/
1. cause (someone) to feel drained of energy or vitality; weaken.

adjective: enervate
ˈenərvit/
1. lacking in energy or vitality.
e.g. “the enervate slightness of his frail form”

Origin:
early 17th century: Latin past participle of ‘eneruare, to deprive of nerve or strength. = Latin ‘e’, out of; ‘neruus’, a nerve.

Little Rabbit looks more like Little Moose.