Please stop making fanart of the high schoolers who died on the ferry. That’s extremely disrespectful. You have no idea what was going on with them at the time and you have no right to make up little cutesy sad stories about them. They are not your objects to play with as you wish.
Pray for Korea. Don’t turn it into your fantasy playground.
I’m selling this tail made by Tumblr user Bladespark!
Check it out here: http://www.furbuy.com/auctions/1055599.html
Nah, go ahead. It wouldn’t be much of a prize if I insisted you had to keep it forever. It’s yours, you can do what you like with it, I don’t mind.
(Reblogging in public so folks know that one of my big awesome tails will be up for sale, :D )
Thanks! I hope I can find it a good home soon. :3
I really like how the nearly the entire fandom complains about how poorly written Desmond’s character was but, when you break it down, all of his attitudes and actions (particularly post-Brotherhood), are very human and life-like. He involuntarily kills one of the only people he trusts, finds out that she was playing him all along, and people are actually complaining that he’s an asshole for his sullen, angry, and confused reactions to all of this? He’s a very life-like character in that he’s written to react to these things like an actual human being would. He lost someone that he thought he could trust and so he closed himself off and distanced himself from the others, like many normal people do when grieving and angry.
image from madeinmasyaf
This my friends, is a masterpiece of a movie. Three homeless people, A runaway teen, a alcoholic father, and an ageing trans woman, are wandering the streets on Christmas eve, when they find a baby abandoned in a dump. They decide to care for it, while they wander around trying to find her mother, meeting several oddballs on their way.
Directed my the great Satoshi Kon, this movie is a must watch for anybody! It’s hilarious, touching, and will have you at the edge of your seat by the end of the crazy journey!
…Aaaaannd, now it’s on Netflix! If you don’t have it, you can also watch it here: http://www.goodanime.net/tokyo-godfathers-movie
Go watch it!
Happy Earth Day! The stunning photos above show the Sacred Headwaters, a pristine area of protected land in a remote corner of northern British Columbia. The area is about the size of the entire state of Oregon, and only one tiny road winds through it. (For context, on the US mainland, the farthest you can get from a maintained road is about 20 miles. Oregon is 98,466 square miles.)
BARONG (part 4)