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sircuddlebuns:

I do not know, where does it go
When it goes?
Suddenly though, everything is slow
And I miss you so.

(hi res please)

1 minute ago with 222 notes | reblog

#nepeta #equius
qianshan:

I like this guy

qianshan:

I like this guy

1 minute ago with 11,558 notes | reblog

#john #well damn

whatisitcalledagain:

fat-grrrl:

sometimes I forget that Americans have to pay for university upfront like what the fuck is that are u guys ok

no

(Source: radfemale)

2 minutes ago with 283,555 notes | reblog

majorajackson:

viledeer:

uncomfortablestuck in which the dancestors are banned from makeup, body mods, scary clothes and having tattoos

this just in, kurloz is actually a huge nerd

2 minutes ago with 14,380 notes | reblog

morbi:

Alright, now this is how you portray a cute makeover scene, so take notes.

It’s nothing quite as boring and terribly cliched as “BOOKISH BUT GENERICALLY CUTE GIRL TAKES OFF GLASSES AND LETS HAIR DOWN,” we’ve got the real deal here. (for reference: from left to right, it’s Mayaya, Jiji, Tsukimi, Chieko, and Banba)

First off, note that none of the girls wearing glasses lose them to present themselves as more “conventionally attractive.” They are instead used as a charm point, and Tsukimi’s outfit is even color-coordinated to match her red frames. For that matter, Mayaya even GAINS sunglasses, to keep her eyes covered while her bangs are styled in a trendier manner. A similar tactic is used for Banba, whose unmanageable afro is covered by a wig to give her a cute hairstyle that still frames her face in a way that fits her.

None of the girls’ unique facial features are downplayed in the animation, either. Mayaya is still drawn with her prominent cheekbones, Tsukimi still has her bushy eyebrows and freckles, Banba’s nose is still drawn as simple tiny nostils, and no one’s facial structure or body type suddenly seems to shift to “super generically pretty,” as seen in so many awkward Hollywood makeovers.

Perhaps the best thing about this scene (and something that Kuranosuke explicitly points out as he’s styling the girls) is that Chieko ends up requiring literally no changes. As she already has the habit of wearing formal kimonos as casual wear, she instead ends up benefiting solely from being grouped with the other girls in their trendy attire, and that’s considered her own unique form of beauty.

IT’S A REALLY GREAT SCENE FROM A REALLY GREAT ANIME, BASICALLY.

(Source: moonlightsdream)

14 minutes ago with 20,179 notes | reblog

listoflifehacks:

If you like this list of life hacks, follow ListOfLifeHacks for more like it!

Summer Hacks Part 1 Here

14 minutes ago with 12,002 notes | reblog

cookiecarnival:

Lady and the Tramp (1955) - Morning Routine

15 minutes ago with 3,839 notes | reblog

holy cow i just noticed I have 103 followers, last time i checked i only had 85… where did you people come from   >(OAO)<

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azaraampora:

superwholocked-in-albion:

jeankd:

thegoddamazon:

The most important line in the whole damn song. MESSAGE.

The only historically accurate line in the whole film. 

excuse u




If you actually think that was the only accurate line in the film I suggest you re read that op gif and think. Just think about that for a little bit.

azaraampora:

superwholocked-in-albion:

jeankd:

thegoddamazon:

The most important line in the whole damn song. MESSAGE.

The only historically accurate line in the whole film. 

excuse u

If you actually think that was the only accurate line in the film I suggest you re read that op gif and think. Just think about that for a little bit.
1 hour ago with 570,849 notes | reblog

nyanruto:

senkozi:

narutos idea of what a hot woman is

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narutos idea of what a hot guy(s) is

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it’s like with girls he had no idea so he imagined a girl version of himself and went with it but with guys he had so many ideas he just couldn’t pick the best one so he went with all of them and… I’m not saying he’s 100% gay but he certainly is not 100% straight either

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