Watching: Magi (anime)
Reading: Russian stuff
Listening to: CRO-German Rapper
Status: Semi-hiatus


One of the most profound serious moments (to me) is in ch108, not for the subtext but for the honest development that some may overlook in favor of buttsex, I mean subtext.

Kaneki wasn’t in the mood for visitors and told him as much. Tsukiyama could have responded with humour, or with anger, or something otherwise dramatic, or simply left, but instead, gently pressed forward. He hasn’t been one to argue with or cause trouble for Kaneki lately, so it was a pretty unusual and risky move to just barge in.

He presents Kaneki with some books, which he’s said (earlier in the manga) helped him get through some rough times. He’s trying again to establish a connection that he had tarnished so many months ago, in their first two dates. He’s taking the remnants from that —hey, we’re both book nerds— and building it into something more constructive, more positive. In short, he’s correcting a mistake.

Not only that, he does something none of the other characters have seemingly done yet— he sits down with Kaneki and tries to reassure him. Kaneki feels bad for what he did, but Tsukiyama insists he’s still a good guy….he’s literally the first, possibly only (in the manga), to say “Kaneki did nothing wrong”. He remains non-judgmental of Kaneki’s actions, even though he’d been hurt too. He tells Kaneki not to be too hard on himself. Shit happens. And if Kaneki’s changing, he wants to change with him. He insists he’ll stay by his side and will shift his role to be even better for him.

All this from a guy who can’t be serious for two seconds to save his life, and he actually got through one scene without any jokes (even though he dipped into some dramatic posing) and without being unreasonable. it’s quite a turning point in their relationship. Quite an accomplishment in his character.

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This Man With Severe Cerebral Palsy Created Mind-Blowing Art Using Just A Typewriter

Last year, 22-time Emmy award-winning reporter John Stofflet posted this news video he created for KING-TV in 2004, featuring Paul Smith and his artistic talents.

See the full video to see more of Smith’s artworks and to learn more about his inspiring story go here. 


Tbh, if Jessica does get “forced out” of SNSD, the fanbase will seriously burn the SM building down to the ground.

I already see it happening.

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Blogging with GOT7  ➺ Jackson Wang || insp.

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A safe and perfect society is just an illusion. Our government made us take risks, but the risks were dispersed and distributed so cleverly that no one was able to notice it.

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coming home to the snsd fandom like


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jessica things: legally blonde

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To whoever drew this,



Credit for above photo goes to http://forever9nine.tumblr.com/ ^^

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reasons that keep us smile.

“No doubt about their performance, but what was more impressive was SNSD’s attitudes. Other artists I have worked with them for long time but for SNSD when I first met them they were already top stars. And I worried that they might not hide the vagaries of their moods at the set and make the shooting difficult. But instead they were so courteous and innocently cheerful.” - Jang Jaehyuk, the director of Tell Me Your Wish MV (he wrote a staff account)

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The only ending to Zankyou no Terror I will accept.


The only ending to Zankyou no Terror I will accept.