demonsee:

Barret by Maybean

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lindsaychrist:
kidultokyo:

iknikn

indytaker:

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drinking game: go into the shishido kavka tag and take a shot every time someone posts love corrida

ninuro:

シシド・カフカ「ダメかしら?」 取材:榑林史章 / Vol.119 Interview / 2014.07.01

dondogoier:

ya-boy-levi:

soomanie:

ya-boy-levi:

soomanie:

ya-boy-levi:

*takes creative writing class*
*writes fanfiction*

*takes art class*
*draws otp*

*takes media art class*
*makes anime gifs*

*takes music class*
*makes cover of anime opening*

*joins speech and debate*
*preaches anime*

*takes boxing class* *beats up these nerds*

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hugandkiss:

I couldn’t resist, Mercat repeat!

hugandkiss:

I couldn’t resist, Mercat repeat!

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perfumerefrain:

黄金のっち

perfumerefrain:

黄金のっち

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highlandvalley:

Twitter / Minoru0320: 太陽の顏 (´Д`) …

moodysshuffle:

i present to everyone: the gg’s dramatically falling over: the photoset

suisoiidx:

「99番街」/「とっと」のイラスト [pixiv]
cubewatermelon:

I found out Jet Set Radio was available for the Vita for only 10 bucks, so I’m finally playing this game! I still suck though XD
Mew is my favorite so far. I was bummed to find out they made her all Sexy for the sequel D;
Bless this 30 minute Sneakman (Toronto Mix) edit

cubewatermelon:

I found out Jet Set Radio was available for the Vita for only 10 bucks, so I’m finally playing this game! I still suck though XD

Mew is my favorite so far. I was bummed to find out they made her all Sexy for the sequel D;

Bless this 30 minute Sneakman (Toronto Mix) edit

facets-and-rainbows:

psst
hey kanji learner
Did you know that most kanji have a part called the radical that hints at its meaning? And did you know that these are the seven most common radicals, and if you know them you’ll be able to find something familiar in about one out of every four kanji you see? Like, you can open up a book to any random page and there’ll be a bunch of kanji with these radicals just hanging out?
口 on the left (or bottom) of a kanji=mouths, eating, talking, etc.
言 on the left (or sometimes bottom)=words, talking, writing, etc.
氵 on the left or 水 on the bottom=water, liquids, flowing, etc.
亻on the left or very occasionally 人 on the top=people
木 on the left or bottom=trees, wood, things made out of wood.
扌 on the left or 手 on the bottom=hands, actions done with hands
忄 on the left or 心 on the bottom=heart, mind, emotions
You can use this information to be pretty awesome at learning kanji that look similar except for the radical, because you can tell them apart. If you’re in a Japanese class, it’s also handy for making educated guesses on multiple-choice tests. Observe:
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facets-and-rainbows:

psst

hey kanji learner

Did you know that most kanji have a part called the radical that hints at its meaning? And did you know that these are the seven most common radicals, and if you know them you’ll be able to find something familiar in about one out of every four kanji you see? Like, you can open up a book to any random page and there’ll be a bunch of kanji with these radicals just hanging out?

You can use this information to be pretty awesome at learning kanji that look similar except for the radical, because you can tell them apart. If you’re in a Japanese class, it’s also handy for making educated guesses on multiple-choice tests. Observe:

Read More

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