Bento GlossaryFeel free to fav this journal like a division it will be updated regularly :iconbunnyloveplz:
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Aburaage: Thin slices of tofu that are deep-fried. Often used to wrap inari sushi and added to miso soup. Also known as abur-age. (CC)
Aemono: Cold dishes mixed with dressing.(CC)
Anko: Sweet, jam-like paste made from azuki beans.(CC)
Anpan: Sweet bun filled with anko.(CC)
Atsuage: Thick-cut deep-fried tofu.(CC)
Baran: name for the plastic green decorative grass (FF)
Bento: A single-portion take out or home-pa
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Chapter 6: The Shadows Deepen
A week passed without incident. The nightmares did not return to Princess Luna, and her dream-walking went uninterrupted. This should have been a welcome relief, but in truth, the abrupt lack of bad dreams only deepened her sense of unease. During the daytime while Celestia attended her royal duties, Luna found she was heading to the royal library more often than not. She wanted—no, she needed—answers about King Sombra’s story. She doubted very much that he spoke the truth about the Crystal Heart; all she needed was some sort of proof he was lying.
The task was far easier said than done, however. In order to find nearly any text pertaining to the Crystal Heart, one needed to look up the Crystal Empire first. And as she was learning during the course of that week, there were very few books that held any knowledge of the Crystal Empire, even in the royal library.
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Desolate, icy solitude. That was the fate awaiting all who were sentenced to imprisonment on the moon. Not everypony knew that, but then, not everypony would stop to ponder what sort of crimes were so extreme that banishment to such a place would be warranted.
But one pony knew all too well.
After all, she was still becoming accustomed to her dark, frigid prison and judgment of exile.
Time was starting to hold little meaning for Princess Luna. She could barely keep track of the hours anymore, now that her world was reduced to a dark void. Not even her beloved moon in which she dwelled illuminated the darkness for her, and any light she could generate with a simple spell remained centered on the tip of her horn. She was left with nothing but empty, cold shadows. Empty, cold shadows...and memories. Memories that pierced her heart and haunted her spirit.
In her mind, she could see her sister—kind, strong, and loving Celestia, with whom she h
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Nova Scotia, Canada's Ocean Playground! Home of Halifax, the city with its arms open to the ocean and its mind open to learning and higher education. It could also be called Halifax, city of hills!
Panting, one young man with brightly pink dyed hair took a moment to collect his breath on one of Halifax's legendary hills.
“Goodness!” He set a hand to his chest and looked longingly towards the top of the street. Glancing over his shoulder, he looked back down the hill and then watched dejectedly as a woman wearing very tall heels marched past him up the hill like she did it every day – he realized very quickly that she probably did.
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It spreads throughout your body
Its side effects are depression and self-consciousness
I try to be social. I didn't mean to catch it
But things change
Shit happens and people have to cancel plans
Leaving me to catch the disease
Why does this happen?
Why am I so angry
Then I smile it off when they text me, saying sorry
That they’ll text me later…
but they never do
I hide behind my phone and smile
But you won’t realize that unless I tell you
Everyday I look into my families eyes and tell them I’m happy
But I’m not
Well sometimes I can be truly happy
But you won't know
I could be giggling
but on the inside
I am crying
I am bawling my eyes out,
begging for you to see the tears I hide for your sake
Is it bad that I never tell anyone this?
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Celtic Art - A Look In History
Written by KovoWolf for projecteducate
There is something so unique and so humbling about Celtic art that we can immediately recognize it when we see it, though it is difficult to truly describe as a single 'medium'. With intricate designs, swirls, and beautiful knotwork however Celtic art is also a medium that you can recognize when you see it. Because Celtic art covers a huge expanse of time, geography and throughout various cultures, it can present some difficulty when trying to term or define what Celtic art truly is.
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For example, if you're I dunno, writing a series about kids ruling the world or making their own rules you're going to check out a lot in that medium. You'll soon figure out that most of them are crapsack dystopias and figure out that the ar
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Anybody Can Write a Novel
Chapter 2 “Creating a Plot” – Section 1 “Plot Premise”
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Let's start with the very, very obvious: if the joke you assumed was funny broke continuity, placed a character out of character, or could destroy the story wasn't funny... then things fall apart. It sounds like common sense, but I can see why some people need to assume that things are funny.