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actually your kouhai but will notice you anyway

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16 · f · singapore
pervert behind doors // lazy artist by trade // graduating from high school // yuri advocate // mun of absolquest
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effiesketch:

Okay, now you have to ask my whole family! Don’t forget Guts, too!

anime joke (((only hardcore anime fans will get)

zersk:

boythroat:

rika furude, homura akemi, and kaworu nagisa walk into a bar

rika furude, homura akemi, and kaworu nagisa walk into a bar

rika furude, homura akemi, and kaworu nagisa walk into a bar

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betuuri:

ポッキーの日

deadlyincantations:

darnni:

I really want to read my book but I also want to watch 87 hours of Netflix and travel the world and and kiss someone I like and sleep for most of the day… And also I have a lot of homework

this is literally my life

Let’s Talk About: Fantasy Cliche’s

anomalously-written:

anomalously-written:

[via] Readers may recognize elements of The Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, and Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s Journey among my clichés. Please understand that I am not criticizing these stories themselves. I am criticizing imitations of these stories. A familiar character or plot device becomes a cliché only if it lacks originality. Execution is the key to storytelling. If an author is able to bring creativity and beauty to a story, the idea will likely rise above cliché, becoming something else entirely. For example, the first book of Gene Wolfe’s The Wizard Knight is about a boy transported to a sword-and-sorcery world where he must find a magic sword and become a knight. Yet Wolfe’s talent prevents that story from becoming a cliché.

I encourage readers to look for stories that challenge conventions that twist clichés into something new, favor complexity over simplicity, and aim for originality. Celebrate those stories, and ignore the knock-offs. 

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susans-art-blog:

i am the opposite of ubisoft

azumatokaku-san:

Akuma no Riddle Drama CD 1 Translation- now in video form! Should be easier to listen and read along with. I’ll try to finish Haruki and Isuke’s bit before this weekend.

thymelock:

a reminder to please please please let me know if i’ve been gross or something because forreal

the struggle to unlearn shit is real as fuck and i make mistakes

i’m not perfect and i still do gross shit and i’m working on being a better person and creating safe places for people

i see so many posts that are like “ahhh a friend of mine did something gross and i don’t know how to tell them” like if i’m ever that person please let me know

arcanememory:

triple-fang:

DO WANT

THE RED ONE D=!

viwan themes