WHEN YOU RUB YOUR EYE BUT YOU FORGET YOUR’E WEARING EYELINER
guys just imagine
a punk-rock concert takes places on a beach and a group of mermaids swim to the surface, wondering what that noise is because it’s the most incredible thing they’ve ever heard
and see land-walkers wearing peculiar outfits and hair in spikes and these mermaids are absolutely in love
so they start their own brand of punk culture with squid ink tattoos, seaweed tartan, fish-hook earrings and pierced tails
and they scavenge for thrown out music memorabilia and submerged leather jackets (their prized treasure is a waterproof radio they found on the beach)
and the real problem is trying to find a way to spike their hair, so for the moment they just use seashells and continue being hella cool
so this is what it looks like when you use the maneuever gear
every time i see this i think it’s from Naruto except the trees never looked that nice
i’m more worried about not seeing a tree and running face first into it….
What worries me most is that it looks exactly like a vision I had after a concussion I had as a child which stuck with me ever since.
some people say there’s a red string that connects fated lovers
psa don’t look at the notes bc there are so many people completely missing the point that these are non-romantic strings of fate and making dumb jokes about where the red string “must be” and it’s making me really angry bc we can’t even have a good artistic representation of aromanticism without people desperately grasping for a romantic interpretation somehow
nothing will fuck you up as much as the realization that there’s no real reason the alphabet needs to be in order
The reason we have an order for the alphabet is because we use that order to keep other things in order in addition to numbers or where numbers don’t make sense.
Like “task 1a, task 1b” and so on in textbooks, or when you have a bunch of names or words (like in a phone book or dictinairy) you can sort them alphabetically.
The whole reason for the alphabet to be in order is that it’s a base for the words we create with it and other things to be in order.
whimsical-vanilla replied to your post“I put on my bathrobes after getting out of the tub and now I noticed…”
My mom, a nurse, said that if you apply saline water to your shoulders it’ll dissolve the blood and you can get your robe off easier. I hope it doesn’t hurt too much :(
Ah, I read this too late. ;_;
But thanks anyways!
Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge (2010) » Kyohei & Sunako
OMG I DIDN’T KNOW THIS HAD A DRAMA??? hopefully it’s better than the anime
To be honest the anime has been a far better adaption than the drama. They just changed a lot of things in the story, starting with the guys being older and not going to school, adding a character to the maincast (even though he’s a great addition) and worst of all making it into an obvious love story with the series ending in a kiss. ~.~
― King Ludwig II of Bavaria
Even before he died, the king had already become something of a legend. "I want to remain an eternal mystery to myself and others", Ludwig once told his governess, and it is this mysterious element that still fascinates people today. The poet Paul Verlaine called Ludwig II the "only true king of this century". The shy dreamer, who had none of the typical characteristics of a popular king, lives on, still idolized, as "the Kini". His palaces, which were barred to strangers, have been visited by over 50 million people since his death. They are records in stone of the ideal fantasy world which the king built as a refuge from reality. His historic, poetic and ideal interpretation of his role as king was finally his downfall. It is possible that he preferred to die rather than return to reality.