im looking for more blogs to follow, i love following everyone’s pathways to success and what your doing to get there and the swim test stories and the deets on what life’s like once you’re there and the differences between facilities and the dolphin pics and the animals stories and… i just love a lot of things ok please reblog
also whale trainers are totally cool too. oh and pinniped trainers. kthxbye.
i loved that video
Intelligence is sexy.
It’s actually sad that some people think I don’t love or ‘care’ about captive animals because I support zoological facilities :/
You know whats fucking scary? The fact that I could literally change my life at any moment. I could stop talking to everyone that makes me unhappy. I could kiss whoever i want. I could shave my head or get on a plane or take my own life. Nothing is stopping me. The entire world is in my hands, and I have no idea what to do with it.
How do girls in Attack on Titan do the salute?! I mean…
Can we all just take a moment to appreciate the fact that this site isn’t filled with advertisements
So I’ve seen a lot of confussion with this (Rin or Lynn?) and since I study japanese I’m going to give my best to explain this.
Ok, so let me introduce you into the fascinating world of japanese learning:
This is how this little girl’s name is spelled in japanese (in hiragana characters): りん
The first character is for sound “rhi” or “ri”, and the second one is for “n”, as you can check here:
marcjapan.files.wordpress.com/2008/09/hiraga.png (you can find the り in the 9th row, 3rd column and the ん is at the bottom-left)
Then why it sounds like they say “Lynn”?
In japanese, L sound doesn’t actually exist to be written, but since the letter R is pronunciated very softly, it’s the one that looks like it the most. That leads some accents to mix the sounds and pronounce names with L and R interchangeably.
So you can actually pronounce it the way you like it, but if you want to write it properly, it is “Rin”.