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skullhats:

Anon request for some Nagisa and Rei. I love these two.

skullhats:

Anon request for some Nagisa and Rei. I love these two.

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#Free!
1 year ago · 2,930 notes · reblog · originally skullhats



1 year ago · 14,703 notes · reblog · originally h2ojinx

0ffbeatt:

I DON’T FUCKIN UNDERSTAND DREAMWORKS MAN.
THEY CAN MAKE SHIT LIKE THIS:
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AND THEY HAVE LIKE REALLY NICE CHARACTERS AND IT’S A GOOD STORY AND IT LOOKS SUPER PRETTY, BUT THEN LIKE EVERY OTHER YEAR OR SO THEY COME OUT WITH LIKE A REALLY WEIRD LOOKIN MOVIE WITH WEIRD CONCEPTS AND SHIT LIKE THIS COMES OUT:

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AND I’M JUST SO CONFUSED LIKE WTF MAN WHAT IS YOUR ANIMATION STUDIO WHAT IS YOUR ANGLE I DON’T GET IT.

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#Ctsd
1 year ago · 180,701 notes · reblog · originally 0ffbeatt

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1 year ago · 200 notes · reblog · originally cooisasinuteis

shuiirain:

pascalpanda:

THIS IS NOT OKAY

OMG NO!!

(Source: the-truth-awaits, via healing-the-soul)


#Free!
1 year ago · 8,163 notes · reblog · originally the-truth-awaits


pao

pao

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1 year ago · 1,045 notes · reblog · originally cooisasinuteis

mainichijapan:

theskypilot:

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Konpeitō (also spelled Konpeito, or Kompeitōis a Japanese sugar candy made with a technique introduced in Japan in the early 16th century by Portuguese traders. The process to refine large amounts of sugar at that time was rarely practice, making konpeito a luxurious treat. 

  •  word “konpeito” comes from the Portuguese word confeito, which means a sugar candy
  • 1569 - a Portuguese missionary presented a glass of konpeito to Oda Nobunaga (leader of the unified Japan of the shogunate in 16th century) in order to obtain the permit for mission work of Christianity 

By the Meiji period, konpeito had become one of the standard Japanese sweets of the culture. 

The above gif with Hayao Miyazaki’s soot spirits (makurokurosuke, or  susuwatari) were seen to be happily eating the konpeito candy in the movie Spirited Away (Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi). Konpeito were seen as whimsical and would be paired with faeries, so Miyazaki gave konpeito to his whimsical soot characters. 

Buy Konpeito here!!

(Source: siluba, via healing-the-soul)



1 year ago · 79,887 notes · reblog · originally siluba



pao

pao

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1 year ago · 7,453 notes · reblog · originally cooisasinuteis

levy-heichou:

You’d try it wouldn’t you.

levy-heichou:

You’d try it wouldn’t you.

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1 year ago · 3,254 notes · reblog · originally levy--heichou-deactivated201310

kennendoah:

that itthat’s the show

kennendoah:

that it
that’s the show

(Source: pondraws, via prince-sanji)



1 year ago · 15,113 notes · reblog · originally pondraws