This tumblr is mostly for reblogging stuff and the occasionally update on something I made.

Stuff that I'm into:
- OELVN (original english visual novels)
- Otome games
- Nico Nico Douga
- Vocaloid
- Nico Utaite (People who cover songs and post them on Nico Nico Douga.)
- Whatever anime, manga, video game, etc is catching my eye at the moment
- Roleplaying (not on tumblr though)
- Funny stuff
- Good stuff


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19th October 2014

Photoset reblogged from Not your average dream. with 277,462 notes

owlturdcomix:

My little secret.

Source: owlturdcomix

16th October 2014

Video reblogged from Sims Gone Wrong with 595 notes

simsgonewrong:

My sim forgot how to undress herself and starting spinning around in frustration.

16th October 2014

Photo with 74 notes

So I was watching Fourze and 

So I was watching Fourze and 

Tagged: my godkamen rider fourze

16th October 2014

Photo reblogged from MARU'S TRASHBLOG with 138 notes

marustery:

i just ship severa with both lucina and kjelle at the same time don’t lo ok at me DDO N’T LO OK A T M

marustery:

i just ship severa with both lucina and kjelle at the same time don’t lo ok at me DDO N’T LO OK A T M

Tagged: CARROTO ART <333333333333333333333fire emblem awakeninglucinaseverakjelle

16th October 2014

Photoset reblogged from [Crimson&Clover] with 16,723 notes

rock10zxa:

fedexpressionism:

this is my first experience with anything kamen rider

two minutes in and its already fucking incredible

there’s a growing fourze fanbase on tumblr i dont know about.

Tagged: i should get on thiskamen rider fourze

Source: fedexpressionism

16th October 2014

Photoset reblogged from dekodomo's art tumblr with 121 notes

dekoart:

thinks about dad!Lon’qu and Brady

also i like to imagine that Brady looks a lot like Lon’qu when he has his hair down

Tagged: hnghhhhhhhhfire emblem awakeninglon'qubradyart by op

16th October 2014

Video reblogged from For an assassin, you're a real sweetheart. with 63,250 notes

24-karat-vagina:

carryonlordof221b:

mordecai-put-your-phone-away:

TWO QUESTIONS: ONE, HOW DID HE GET ALL OF HIS FRIENDS TO FOLLOW THROUGH AND TWO, HOW ARE THE TEACHERS ON BOARD WITH HIM MAKING VINES DURING CLASS???

I can’t decide which is funnier: the kid in the front who high-fives himself then just rips paper in anger, the girl who magically loses her sweater, or the two kids in the back right who go from lovers to mortal enemies

The longer i watch this the funnier it gets

Source: mordecai-put-your-phone-away

16th October 2014

Post reblogged from I don't even know. with 437,164 notes

unclefather:

jesuschristvevo:

would you like some cream cheese on your beagle

keep your cream cheese away from my dog

Source: jesuschristvevo

15th October 2014

Photo reblogged from listen here u stale baguette with 33,173 notes

lilmissaudwee92:

shoorm:

The East Asian women + colored hair trope
(An extension of extraextraex’s post.)
Looking at the pictures above, it’s pretty easy to find the similarities. East Asian women with dyed purple/blue/red hair, usually in a streak. No matter how you look at this, this is an uncomfortably specific trend in media. Yeah, it looks cute, but after seeing this over and over again, it becomes a boring, racist trope. This originated from a variety of possibilities: the creators trying to “Americanize” the East Asian character, make them more “exotic”, or to show how unique this character is. She’s not a giggling schoolgirl or a delicate lotus flower, she’s different! See, she has a streak of purple hair (god forbid she dyes it any other color), look how radical that is, look at our modern Dragon Lady!
And yes, Knives dyed her hair to look like Ramona, and yes, Somni-451’s hair is like that to mark her as a clone, but these characters do not exist in a vacuum. You can justify why a character has a specific appearance, but in the end, this character was created, and contributes to stereotypes no matter the intent.
So the moral of this story is that your Asian character with a strip of purple hair isn’t original. It isn’t unique. No matter how innocent this appears to be, it can be detrimental to East Asian girls, since the characters that look like them have the same exact traits. It’s time to explore different ways of designing East Asian characters, instead of just slapping on some purple and calling it a day.

wow i did not notice this until it got pointed out.


&#8230;I didn&#8217;t even realize this was a cliche (probably because of most of these examples are from Western media and I don&#8217;t watch them often)&#8230;&#8230;but&#8230;I don&#8217;t really think it&#8217;s a problem? A cliche, a mark of being &#8216;unique&#8217; and kind of anime-like, sure,  but&#8230;not really something I personally would be offended over as someone who identifies with an Eastern Asian heritage.If character designers really wanted to be &#8216;realistic&#8217; in what hair colors East Asian girls dye their hair, blonde and brown are pretty normal, right? Or you could just, y&#8217;know, have plain black hair. (And maybe Asian girl protagonist of the non-asskicking but still headstrong variety? Come on! They exist more in real life than in fiction, it seems!)i

lilmissaudwee92:

shoorm:

The East Asian women + colored hair trope

(An extension of extraextraex’s post.)

Looking at the pictures above, it’s pretty easy to find the similarities. East Asian women with dyed purple/blue/red hair, usually in a streak. No matter how you look at this, this is an uncomfortably specific trend in media. Yeah, it looks cute, but after seeing this over and over again, it becomes a boring, racist trope. This originated from a variety of possibilities: the creators trying to “Americanize” the East Asian character, make them more “exotic”, or to show how unique this character is. She’s not a giggling schoolgirl or a delicate lotus flower, she’s different! See, she has a streak of purple hair (god forbid she dyes it any other color), look how radical that is, look at our modern Dragon Lady!

And yes, Knives dyed her hair to look like Ramona, and yes, Somni-451’s hair is like that to mark her as a clone, but these characters do not exist in a vacuum. You can justify why a character has a specific appearance, but in the end, this character was created, and contributes to stereotypes no matter the intent.

So the moral of this story is that your Asian character with a strip of purple hair isn’t original. It isn’t unique. No matter how innocent this appears to be, it can be detrimental to East Asian girls, since the characters that look like them have the same exact traits. It’s time to explore different ways of designing East Asian characters, instead of just slapping on some purple and calling it a day.

wow i did not notice this until it got pointed out.

…I didn’t even realize this was a cliche (probably because of most of these examples are from Western media and I don’t watch them often)……but…I don’t really think it’s a problem? A cliche, a mark of being ‘unique’ and kind of anime-like, sure, but…not really something I personally would be offended over as someone who identifies with an Eastern Asian heritage.

If character designers really wanted to be ‘realistic’ in what hair colors East Asian girls dye their hair, blonde and brown are pretty normal, right? Or you could just, y’know, have plain black hair. (And maybe Asian girl protagonist of the non-asskicking but still headstrong variety? Come on! They exist more in real life than in fiction, it seems!)

i

Tagged: idkmaybe it's still racist in a waybut really I just think it's overdone

Source: shoorm

15th October 2014

Photo reblogged from MARU'S TRASHBLOG with 17,842 notes

tezukarin:

just found out that lucina’s dad is in fact for sale

tezukarin:

just found out that lucina’s dad is in fact for sale

Source: tezukarin